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"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:39 min | 4 months ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Analysis concise reporting need to know global business news Around the world and across the markets Bloomberg connects the dots for decision makers Stay on top of today's headlines follow big breakthroughs in tech understand the latest political issues See how the world's wealthiest are spending their money Track what's happening in the markets and much more Subscribe today to Bloomberg the global standard for business reporting Get it all in Bloomberg dot com slash subscriptions Market analysis that goes beyond the ordinary Again I learn another function from Matt Miller today Bloomberg markets with polls when he and Matt Miller Why is this stock so unloved Three days at 10 a.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio Payroll 68 minutes away your estimate is now 450 K the range 8 50 at the high end The low end one 52 60 the view of our next guest Stay tuned for that Hey Cody futures up around about a tenth of 1% on the S&P up around about a quarter of 1% on the NASDAQ are whip through things for you Let's get to the bond market twos tens and 30s The first week of 2022 and a move of around 20 basis points on a ten year one 72 49 on the session yields unchanged on the week much much higher At a front end on twos 87 41 pushing 90 basis points on a two year yield and a big conversation about how far this Federal Reserve will take it We'll get to that in just a moment That's the cross asset price action Let's get you some single names this morning and get across the Bloomberg remain boss thing Good morning will the story that we're seeing in the pre market is similar to the story that we've seen the previous four days a little bit of weakness in some of the tech names a little bit of strength and some of the bank and materials names The bids are coming in slightly here into Netflix Those shares up about only three tenths of a percent but the damage is done The stock down about 8% or so to start the year here And yesterday it broke below that 200 day moving average Apple getting the modest bid up about 5 tenths of a percent but once again down about 3% And of course last week we were talking about that 3 trillion market cap It continues to drift lower and lower away from that One of the bright spots this week and in the pre market today is Ford those shares up 2% today They're up about 18% over the previous four days Remember this was a 6 best performing stock in the S&P last year starting the year off as the best performer in that index Flip up the board because the concerns about tech valuations and tech multiples that continues to persist here Texas Instruments downgraded over at city down to neutral because of margin concerns Those shares down 2% Starbucks getting two downgrades today to neutral one over at RBC and the other over at Oppenheimer Once again valuations and margins those shares down 2% here in the pre market and I'd be remiss Tom if I didn't bring up GameStop which is back in the news here the shares up about 14% here in the pre market announcing its latest initiative here to bring people back into the fold an NFT platform Tom over a GameStop those shares not trading at one 49 Early about 6 thank you so much On a job say greatly appreciate that We need to talk jobs with Ellen center of Morgan Stanley Their chief economist for the United States as John mentioned it's a pretty cautious outlook from Ellen But I want to ask one question first about the view forward Ellen my research piece of the morning is your colleague Anders sheets out of London who simply says do we need to throw out the outlook Do you agree with that that off of this jobs report you need to recalibrate the Morgan Stanley view for the rest of 2022 No and I'm sure he doesn't mean throughout my outlook But no I don't think we have to recalibrate the outlook I think what it means is that we continue to be impressed by how aggressive the fed is approaching or expressing its angst around inflation and its competence in the labor market and the need to begin removing policy accommodation and begin removing policy accommodation much more so than I think people expected and the unknown factor here is you're not just raising rates but you're reducing the balance sheet And that's where it becomes difficult to get a handle on just how much financial conditions tightening we should expect this year Ellen what is the most important number in the jobs report we're about to get from your vantage point So Lisa still think it's labor force participation And I know it fluctuates from month to month So we try to look through just monthly fluctuations But we want to continue to see that prime age labor force participation rate pick up And December's data but more so January which we have to wait some time to get is going to be marred by a Macron So you do get some damage to labor force participation around these variants But we know that that's temporary But that's what I would look for first We know that jobs were positive right And the fed mentioned this in their minutes So we're continuing to make progress and whether it's two 60 which is my expectation whether it's closer to four 50 which is more consensus That's still good healthy job gains over the month of December So it's really just labor force participation Are we getting people back into the labor market So Ellen help us interpret it from the fed's point of view Let's say that participation rate has not increased materially Does that make it more or less likely that the fed will go ahead and tighten sooner Yeah so I think when you listen to their words they're very confident that we will continue to see improvement and they like what they've seen so far And so don't think you know any fluctuations in labor force participation rates now is going to knock them off this path toward typing policy But over the medium term to longer on this is something that they have to see to be convinced that we are continuing to reach all groups in the labor market that we're trying to create that inclusive recovery in the labor market And so it's not just as you know prime age labor force participation but how does that look between men versus women black versus white and different and various age groups within that prime age And so you can't have a full recovery in the economy and a fully operational economy at economy at its potential equal and inclusive without higher labor force participation rates It's a slow moving beast And.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At the moment not only in the U.S. but globally I think the markets do ultimately prevail in the supply demand balances prevail Inflation is popping up as the main problem facing the fed I don't think the forces that have led to inflation are disappearing The world is going to be less correlated than when it was and there's a lot of divergence This is Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich Countdown to an economic data dump good morning This is a Bloomberg surveillance on Bloomberg radio on Bloomberg television Tom Keane Lisa Brahma with Jon farrow off Kaley lines very much in on this day as we count you down Half an hour until a release of an incredible amount of data and Tom I am watching closely what the economic implications are for recovering labor market and have relatively high inflation area environment that continues to grind higher We've seen this through 2021 and it's really been a cute lease I would suggest in the last 60 days there is a massive divide around something called consensus We've been doing that Mike Wilson scheduled to be with us in moments with our question our interview of the day And the equity markets and Lisa Mike Wilson Ellen center and the rest they have to bounce off that economic data So you've been basically poo pooing the fed meeting minutes that are going to come out at two p.m. What will catch your attention Tom as you look through the economic data as an indication of something that has to shift There's so much data coming out folks And frankly Kaylee I thought Lisa cayley nailed it in the last maybe it was two hours ago where she said personal income personal spending and how does that devolve down and change our view of that wall of savings that's out there Well and Kaley also nailed and Kaley I'd love you to weigh in this idea of the what is the implication of a strong economy of strong economic data Is that a negative read through into markets Yeah it's an excellent question And the question is really how does the monetary policy reaction function react to a stronger economy If it does mean that the fed is going to tighten policy more quickly earlier that maybe some anticipated Is that then a bad thing for the equity market Or is if we're in a slowing growth environment and you have continual easy policy is that actually the better outcome I think it's an open question I'm sure Tom that Mike Wilson is standing at the ready ready to answer it Let's do this with Mike Wilson here I think we should get through the date as quickly as we can and get to mister Wilson futures negative 15 They've been there all through the morning right on the screen across the board The vix I had a 20 level earlier 19.83 The yield space lower yields over the last oh 30 hours or so And we reverse there to flat yields .61% on the two year 1.64% in the ten year as well in the currency markets and very importantly we look for a one 11 handle on Euro dollar ascendant in dollar vigorous today at the end of this effort with Mike Wilson We'll have important images from Istanbul and Ankara for you as well And I guess I close out by saying the strategic petroleum reserve didn't do much 78 45 on West Texas and Brent crude 82.26 What we do is speak to experts and Mike Wilson is uniquely qualified at Morgan Stanley to lead their equity coverage He does so with some terrific securities analysis at his back and economics of Ellen's etna as well Mike Wilson I want to go to the wonderful Katie Huberty who's looking at a hardware in tech And what Katie you already says to your cautious call on markets Would everybody calm down supplies gonna come back and we're gonna get back to some normal Why will stocks be quite essen if we get back to Katie Huberty's normal Well thanks to him and Happy Thanksgiving everyone Look I think well Katie is actually very much in kind of our page Very focused on you know the supply channels are not going to rectify themselves quickly And there's a chance that we've actually seen some over ordering along the supply chain particularly in tech hardware which is her area of coverage And so we're lying In fact I would say Katie and I are more aligned and I am with some of the other analysts at the home company and around this idea that we could have a payback as supply comes on we might see some double orderings Canceled And that may take a little time to digest So we have I think a supply issue now that's pretty obvious inflation is the talk of the day The feds reacting to that I think that's appropriate However there is a possibility that we get into next year and that supply kind of picks up We actually see demand curtailed right Because we did over consume a lot of things and tech hardware was one of those areas And that's going to take a little time to work through time And that's one of the reasons why we think next year is you know at the index level we've priced in a lot of good news and it's probably going to be more of a flattish year Mike Wilson David will David Wilson no relation retiring from Bloomberg here in a bed Just put up a spectacular Christopher on chart which shows Russell 1000 versus 2000 and you know the lack of breadth in this market is part of the Mike Wilson call that big tech will be crushed Well crush is a strong word but I mean our big out of consensus call for next year is valuations Then there was some of our call this year too which didn't fully play out because the rates market backed up again But now it's moving in the direction that we expected meaning as the fend moves towards actually tapering which are doing now and have to address these higher prices I think we got kind of a you know an interesting meeting this week when Powell was renominated and of course brainard was announced as a vice chair You know this fed is going to take probably a harder stance on what's going on inflation They're going to want to show that they're not falling.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Two really kind of interesting factors about how we see this playing out The first is the market might not believe our view immediately There's no reason for it too I think very little incentive for the Federal Reserve to come out in January or February and say we're not going to hike rates in the second half of the year Why would they So that is a reason why we actually think the dollar can start off the year stronger why we can get real yields rising the first part of the year I think the market could act with a little bit more of a hawkish tint to it and that's the way our interest rate strategies are thinking about things Now I also think that as you move into as you move throughout the year our view is that the hikes that the fed is not going to do in 2022 simply get shifted back into 2023 2024 that the market starts to think look starting a little bit later is going to mean that the fed is ultimately going to be able to hike more And so the curve will steepen It will curve Steven between the two year point the 5 year point And again that's a really key part of how our interest rate strategies is thinking about the year ahead So if the dollar is going to strengthen does that mean that going into the meeting of the year you want to be overweight stocks In other words that this nuanced call calls for a front loading of all gains and then perhaps a pretty steep sell off made to later in the year Well the stronger dollar will tighten financial conditions I think that's a reason why we are waiting to turn bullish on emerging market assets So EMS sets have really underperformed in 2021 They are to many cases cheap But we would like to get that dollar strength out of the way first And if I think about the other markets look the weaker Euro that weaker yen we think can act as near term tailwinds to Europe and in Japan while for the U.S. it's going to increasingly become I think a question around how much is this dollar strength starting to impact earnings So we do think the earnings story is pretty good in the U.S. equity market our caution is almost entirely around a multiple not around the earnings side but it's another factor It's another tightening of financial conditions So we have to be mindful of And to just final question when you sit down with the team and you do this work with Ellen center with Mike Wilson with everybody else Matt hallmark over at Morgan Stanley too This fed call How fed share dependent is this call Well you know as we think about it we were not sure that it is as dependent as it might otherwise be We think that the fed is going to be facing moderating core CT core PCE throughout next year a core PCE rate that's going to be well below the CPI rate well below the headline inflation rate that others might focus on And so that there's going to be I think a strong argument for some patients whether it is share Powell or whether it is somebody else So that's not the main determinant of our call for patients Our determinant is around the inflation path and how we think the fed response to that path And we love catching up with you Great work Send our best to the team while you're Andrew sheets there of Morgan Stanley on the outlook for 2022 And Tom Keane not so fed chair dependent for the likes of Morgan Stanley And with them I think that you know it happens every time Johnny This is a normal reaction There's a mystery to it and of course it shows the power of the presidency You know what's the monetary distinction between brain and power let somebody tell me smarter than me Is it a political distinction Yes I'm going to treat policy I don't think so And I'm not actually specifically for this market I don't think it's that much today like but perception versus reality is always the issue With financial markets there is a perception right now There is some daylight between the two But when it comes to the call itself time I think why it's so interesting this time it's the moment we're at We've got a 6 handle on CPI Morgan Stanley who think the fed can wait they're looking for 3% on PC on inflation Tom next year a three hand doll That's interesting relative to where they think GDP will be close to 5 That's an economy that's decent and inflation story this animated and a Federal Reserve that's going to stay patient People see the same data Tom they see a different outcome It's going to make for a lot of good conversations about December 17th I mean in December 17th the conversation changes Middle of December fitting like a lifetime away at this point Lisa Yeah although there is a consensus in markets that the fed actually has it somewhat under control I mean there does not a lot of concern that they're going to torpedo things at least in the near term And there seems to be a view that they've got it right so far I find that interesting John especially given some of the pushback that we're hearing from former fed officials December 15th your next Federal Reserve decision within 24 hours you'll hear from them on the 16th you'll hear from the ECB and the Bank of England And then we close that again We all go home We already did Just like that At least they're taking off the same week Yeah some cases slowed it down to four I didn't get this one I haven't put my Christmas tree up yet I look forward to that I didn't get this We left you off that memo something Thank you Futures up three We advanced 0.06% on the S&P on radio on TV This is Bloomberg.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"Fast. And now they should eat less if we just kind of left them alone to their own devices. A lot of times those kids turn out fine without the pressure that we put on them and you mentioned the Ellen Center earlier and I think one thing that's so helpful to parents is if we can just keep in mind like, I love to just I tell my own kids mind her own business, but if she could all as adults remember what our jobs are essentially mind our own business and feeding which is it's our job to pick what the child eats and where they eat and when they eat but that ultimately it's up to the child to determine how much choice or even whether they eat and so sometimes when parents get so stressed about how much they're eating just say hey you got a mind your own business. That's not your job. I say it more nicely than that, but you mentioned like the meal times, you know, the other end of the spectrum. I feel like now I'm setting up traumatic feeding experiences for my kids by making us eat at exactly the same time every day. But if there are no meal times and children are allowed to graze throughout the day that the other end of the Spectrum which is not ideal either because job And the baby or child never feels hunger, right? Exactly. Exactly. You don't just do one eighty from whatever was a problem for you. Exactly and another thing. I feel like it's For yourself as a parent too because if you think your main job is to you know be shelter and close your child and a third of that seems to be going wrong. There are a lot of ego that gets involved in a kids eating right and a lot of comparing this kids eating more variety than that kid or even siblings even twins. Oh my gosh, you were the person who would know this the best of any of us that even track are in your case quads are not all going to develop at the same Pace or eat the same Foods et cetera et cetera et cetera and it's really important to keep our egos parents out of it and not feel like the way the kids eat off flex on us and I'll tell you sweet Payton and Derrick as selective eaters as they were when I realized that they may be going off to college only eating these five certain foods, and I thought well, okay, then they're just going to learn how to be confident ordering and restaurant. They're going to learn how to eat at the table with nice manners. They're going to learn to how to have conversations with adults. I'm going to Bath Help them with the things that I can help because these kids on top of being selected eaters are not also going to be ashamed of being selected eaters and the PS of the story. Is that around maybe ten years old Derek started wage only asking for food that he had not eaten before if we did Greg and I ate that were at the table, but he had not eaten before and it was really a huge change over the course of a few weeks. And so at a non meal time, I asked him I said Derrick, it's really fine that you're eating these other foods, but I just I I'm so curious. I have to know why now what's changed? And he said, I mean he looked at me so seriously, and he was I think ten years old. I said Jessica. I'm going to be dating soon and I am not going to order off the kids menu and I remember having this huge sigh of relief internally violent side of my gosh all these elements that are stuff. That way you can keep all my whole career it actually works because here he is not having felt pressure to eat things and yet he's choosing on his own schedule. It wasn't our schedule was his schedule and now that child meets everything off. And you know, wherever the older Cal goes and not our case the younger child wasn't far behind but it's really hard to keep your ego out of it and think I made this food for you, aren't you eating it? Or I paid for this food thought if you haven't heard that you did not grow up in America for babies. It's like you need this food you have to eat too. So you can grow and feel like to recognize that it's a Continuum. It's so easy to focus on like if my kid way just eat that one bite of broccoli. Then everything would be okay and it's really easy to to sort of hone in on that. But that's where we have to manage our own anxiety manage our own ego keep the good bad out of food, but also keep the good and bad out of our self. I'm a bad parent if my kid only eats off the kids menu or something like that. You're not a bad parent. There's lots of factors that go into what your kid eat and bring your child like in my case. I felt like if my child knows how to sit at a table and you know, eat with a knife and fork and have nice manners and say no thank you to something. They don't want then I am a successful parent or stepparent wage. Closed what actual food that they eat but it's hard it's hard when you have sort of shaming blaming ego-tripping people in your circle whose kids, you know, eat whatever and they, you know, sushi with chopsticks when they're six months old and you know, you feel like you're a terrible parent but you just have to remember that's nothing to do with it and our parents see so much of that in one of the things that I've really tried to do in creating a what's now the largest digital Community that's dedicated to Baby Led weaning. Is that really trying to flip that conversation and focus on the positive things associated with starting food because there is so much judgment. There's so much compared to age and it's just it's so unnecessary. We don't need that as parents. We don't need that as Educators. We're trying to help our kids learn how to eat. So having said that knowing that you work with families who have eating disorders and feeding disorders. I was wondering if you could share some of the things that you see in those clients, obviously without you know, violating their privacy, but what's the bad stuff that could happen you're like if they had just done this or that I know it's not that black and white dog. For some walk away tips for our audience. Like what should we avoid in feeding? There's two things that really come to mind one is you want to avoid making your child feel bad? Like they disappointed you off or you know not eating food like well, I thought you would really like this but I guess you don't like broccoli anymore or whatever, you know that kind of like guilt-tripping that's not ideal at all wage because it mixes up food with feelings. And that's the second thing that we can do is we should really avoid is mixing up food and feelings in terms of if you are sad here this long will make you feel better or if your kid gets good grades. Oh, yeah, let's go celebrate by having ice cream. In other words food is fuel and it's appropriate to have food you enjoy sometimes just woke up. Sometimes it's ice cream. Sometimes it's KO sometimes it's 13, but it's not because you were good kid or you're not withholding food because someone was a disappointment or didn't get good grades or things like birth. It just develops that really unhealthy relationship with food and one of my catch phrases for the past twenty-two years has been your child's relationship with food is more important than anyone else that they do or don't eat and that's really the main thing. I would encourage everyone listening to keep in mind is that you're really building day by day and you'll buy meal a healthy relationship with food home because it's probably hard to imagine when you're talking about a three month old or new born, but you only have a certain number of years under which you are the person controlling your child's intake because as soon as they start going to school, they're exposed to other Foods as soon as they grow up and have home or go to college. They're going to be buying groceries, right? So there's a limited amount of time that you have to control what they're eating. So you're really not trying to control what they're eating for life time. You're trying to set the stage for a healthy relationship with food for a lifetime and that's something you can think about were really setting the stage. For a lifetime it can be overwhelming. I'm sure but also think about it as okay. We have a whole lifetime to deal with here. We're not trying to get this one food in by tomorrow. You just have to take that time off a off and remember that for every bad experience to have with a food it takes many many good experiences to outweigh it. So the best thing we can do is avoid those bad experiences in the first place don't have to overcome them. But also continue to offer those Foods because as we know research shows us you may need to show a food to a baby ten or fifteen times before they liked or accepted offering food isn't a bad experience for a kid to eat as a bad experience. I think some parents confuse the two where I offered it. They didn't eat it. So now I feel like I'm forcing. Well, no, we need to mix up how we're offering it the way that it's prepared. What foods it's offered with the timer day. It's not that you're forcing. You're just reintroducing it, but you can't offer your baby broccoli once and say well they don't like it. I guess we're just.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One for 14 since coming off the injured list. Kyle Farmer gets the started short. I realized Karl Farmer in his last 21 appearances. Is 13 for 42. It's a 3 10 batting average and a 3 83 on base. And batting ninth and behind the plate. Oh, what a homerun last night. I'll say for all three guys. He homered last night. He's behind the plate and batting night. So you're Reds outfield Tonight. Aquino and left sends Ellen Center cost, Deano said, right. Stevenson is the D H and Farmer is the shortstop Sonny Gray on the mound and doing the pitching. Couple of things jumped out to me looking at the notes getting ready for tonight. The Reds in the month of September, 13 and seven has mentioned they've scored 80 runs, so that's four runs per game. They've allowed 72. They're hitting. Only 207 is a team in September and you're thinking well, how they 13 and said, Well, yeah, that's what they're hit that But there are you know what we talked about this earlier in the season, there would be times where one guy would be hot. And try to carry the load for like a week or 10 days. Now, at least there's a couple of guys at a time in a game getting hot in the month of September. Leading up to September. Let me go! Aah! Little Analytics on U Suarez is O. P s with 7 14 going into the month this month. It's at 9 78. Joey Votto o P s going into the month for the season with 7 53 this month. He's 8 78 moose. Was it 6 67 going into September this month. It's an 8 67 You get the drift of where I'm going. I'll give you the biggest jump two of the two biggest jumps. Show Go to begin this month at a 5 32 0 PS this month. It's 8 37. Tucker Bernard has more than doubled his O P s 5 16 going into the month of September this month. Ah, 1000 just over 1,000,078. We have a lot of ground to cover. We have a scoreboard to get to where there's already game in the books that I said impact on the playoff standings, you talk about a logjam behind the Reds. Now there's a three way tie. As of right now for the eighth playoff spot. Holy cow! Beyond that. I really don't ask me because the tiebreakers get really complicated and my I started guys guys over and I have to look up a whole bunch of things. I think the easiest thing to do would be just keep waiting. How about that? We're up and running. It's.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The time the Reds traded him then Jesse Winker has right now. But as much as I might not be an apples to apples comparison, few things in sports really are That's the name that I always bring up. So I asked this about Jesse Winker the first week of the season on ESPN, 15 30. After a particularly bad game flooded with phone calls, It's time to move on. Bring up Aquino Play Irvin, Pataki, Almond leftfield. Put Sense. Ellen Center find another d h. Anybody But Jesse Winker and my question, then wass. Okay, if you move on from Are you going to be okay, watching him succeed elsewhere. If the answer's Yes. Let's go ahead and do it. The answer is no. Well, then maybe you learned a lesson from the whole dead with incarnation thing. There's something about patients. There's something about giving a guy a chance to make sure I'm not saying the Red's got a wrong with Edwin. But wouldn't you have liked to have found out how the last decade or so what? That position specifically would've played out. Had they not made the deal. I just turned 26 years old has never been valueless as a lefty hitter against righties and maybe with the benefit of health and even a spot on the team that he's comfortable in D. H. And we're gonna have the full time th in the National League. I don't think we're gonna have a next year. I'd be willing to bet we're gonna have it in 2022. Jesse, We could be a nice guy to have in that role. Something about not giving up on a guy. There's something about not caving to the desire to see somebody make an immediate impact. There's something about patients..

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"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"These 700 gallery Well, tell you the home of the Cincinnati Reds. Right. Here we go. Settle. Embrace yourself ready for this. We have two hours and 15 minutes, two hours and 15 minutes between now. Midnight. That time is reserved for you. I will admit what I said that earlier tonight during the inside pitch when I said a great weather, no rain in the forecast 6 10 start. That means we're gonna have atleast two hours of an extra innings. I said it with great excitement and anticipation. Now, as I look, and I realised what has transpired, and I think two hours and 15 minutes. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Ah, let's celebrate the lines. 5137491 7800 The big £1.700 on T. You've got something to say. You've got a feeling you've got an emotion. You've got a point. You have an observation from tonight and we will sort through those between now and midnight tonight. All begin with this. That was a killer. That was a kick in the growing. That's a kick to the shin. That is who made that stings. From the context of what it could have been. Leading to nothing. In the seventh inning. They were staring at four straight wins, winning five of six. Going over 500 for the first time since made the 14th of 2017. Other than opening day thinking, let that sink in. Of how miserable they've been. And yet what tonight could have brought this team other than opening day? This franchise other than opening day has not been above 500 since May, the 14th of 2017 when they stood 1918. And they were nine outs away from reaching That point of going over 500. Tonight they would have beaten the ace of the Indians, arguably the most dominant pitcher in baseball right now and instead You go from leading two to nothing with nine outs to go. To losing and wasting a stud like performance from Tyler Malli. Where to begin where to begin. First of all I think this has been under this has been under evaluated, understated, underrated. And I think it's something we didn't really want to pay much attention to. I think we wanted to gloss over it. This team's defense is killing This team is a hole. There is not enough margin of error with this team. You can't have that good, a starting pitching and yet spotty offense. You can't have the defense. This team is rolling out. That air by Freddy Galvis in the seventh inning, just like a week ago. The air by your radio soirees open up the door for the big inning against the Cubs. If he doesn't make the air tonight, those runs don't score in the seventh inning. And here's your stat of the night. As of the last time I checked the Kansas City Royals score, this Reds team has allowed Mohr unearned runs than any team in Major League Baseball. 13. At the time the error was committed. And those two runs scored on the seventh. The Reds had allowed 47 runs is a pitching staff. 13 of those were unearned. You understand what I'm saying 28% of the runs teams were scoring the Reds were handing to them. And we kind of convinced ourselves at the start of all this. You know, Mike Moustakas really isn't a second baseman. But with the analytics, he'll be okay. Freddy Galvis to our eye is not Jose Iglesias. But the analytics and saying the Bulls he got two in the balls that he made by. He'll be okay. And Nixon's Ellen Center field is still learning on the job..

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"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With thought Nixon cell in center field followed by Josh van meter at first base Joey Votto getting a rare off night tonight and dot you had you swore is batting third and playing third base arrested these Aquino we'll back clean up in he's he's in the four spot followed by Freddy Galvis at second base Phillip Ervin and laughed Tucker born hard at catcher and Jose Iglesias at shortstop and the weeds Casteel your pitcher once again sends Ellen center van meter refers to swore as a third base Aquino when right Freddy Galvis at second base and Philip urban laughter followed by Tucker Barnhart who saved away CS and your race Louise Casteel and we've already taken a lookout yet has at tonight starting pitchers but Doug Louise Casteel he's our guy she's the clubs ace in his fight fair quite well this season against the St Louis cardinals with a one point five ERA in his two starts while walking five and striking out twelve in twelve innings in over his last two starts versus the angels and cards he is twenty one strikeouts in thirteen and two thirds innings and of real rates nemesis on amount tonight for the Saint Louis cardinals and Adam Wainwright he's eight made on the season with a four point three five ERA Wayne right he settled down after a first pitch home run against the pirates on Saturday with that being the only run he allowed in six innings he struck out eight and walked to in earning his eighth win of the season and what a home stand this weekend with the Saint Louis cardinals and you know tough getting swept in Washington it even tougher lose in that last game to Chicago Cubs but the four game losing streak ended last night with a two to one win and.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Karen Moskow here, just about three hours away from the opening of US trading. Let's get you up to date on the news, you need to know at this hour. US futures. That'll change the head of this afternoon's decision. European averages are. The lower Stockton. Asia's surge following yesterday's Wall Street rally, which on the s&p five hundred closed within one percent of its all time high yield on the ten year treasury is at two point eight percent. As for the fed rate cut is not expected. Instead investors will be looking for the fed statement for clues about interest rates. We recently talked with Morgan sale chief US economists Ellen center on Bloomberg daybreak promising again. What they've already done in public. What we're watchful on heightened alert they take out the word patience. They say that we're, we're basically ready to act should there be material downside risk. And that risk could be outcome from the twenty live coverage of the fed decision and Jerome Powell news conference begins at two PM, Wall Street time the Bloomberg radio him. Bloomberg television following airfares and car prices inflation, return to the Bank of England's target last month. Consumer prices rose two percent from earlier in China, confirm their presidents will meet in Japan next week to relaunch trade talks after a month long. Stalemate. Reporting apple is mulling shifting fifteen to thirty percent of his output from China. The paper says apple sees the risk of relying on China s too much shares of adobe of more than four percent. The Photoshop makers quarterly revenue topped Wall Street estimates today we get earnings from another big tech company to get a preview from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. The main highlight of Oracle's results may be strong demand for cloud applications, Bloomberg intelligence notes. Salesforce dot com workday and SAP have all reported solid demand for their cloud applications growth and oracles infrastructure segment will likely be muted and investors will be interested in any comments about new database adoption analysts think oracle will post an adjusted profit of dollar seven share on revenue topping ten point nine billion dollars. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg daybreak. Thanks. Jeff OPEC is agreed to hold its next meeting to discuss oil output cuts on the first two days of July and this results long dispute that high. Highlighted divisions within the group zoo, Cheka crude oil right now. Brandt is down thirty five cents at sixty one seventy nine of barrel. Futures are little changed this morning. Check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. Right now, in p futures are up one and a half points. Dow futures up twenty NASDAQ futures up seven the Dax in Germany is little changed up less than a tenth of percent. So as a CAC in Paris, the Footsie-100 down a quarter percent, ten year treasury down seven thirty seconds yield two point. Oh, eight percent yield on the two year one point eight nine percent. Nymex crude oil that'll change less than a tenth of percent, or four cents at fifty three ninety four a barrel. Comex gold on a third of a percent, down four dollars eighty cents at thirteen forty five ninety an ounce. The euro one point one two zero two against the dollar. And the yen at went, oh, eight point four one John. All right. Thanks, karen. Coming up on six thirty four Wall Street. Let's get.

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"ellen center" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Personally. Yeah. No. Not everybody, his gator down in Texas. There's a gator, and he's just swimming around and he's got a giant knife sticking out of his head. And I was sitting there and I'm reading this, and then I saw the reactions on social media. And just in general to the story on the news news, sites, Texas TV station. I'm baffled. Baffled because not because people say are concerned about the gator, the fact that the animals got a knife sticking out of his head. It's. Yeah. And the fact they swimming around really like you, you, you should go check on, on said gator there, I'm cool with that. That being said, I'm not cool with the then the general attitude. Is that some monster put that there when you have no idea? How that happened saying to gator did it to himself when I'm saying is the gator has a knife sticking out of his head, which means whoever put the knife in there was unsuccessful in killing it. Now was it a gator trying to climb into a fishing boat because that kind of looks like it looks like Kershaw. But it looks like. Is was, you know, cried crime in the boat and the number of somebody stabbed him, maybe. Or maybe you'll never find the person who put it there. And maybe you should be concerned about that because nobody gives us a silver silver alert out for Billy's, dad. We don't know what happened abilities. Dan? He had a knife like that. You get going with this. Who's the monster? Maybe the gator one. You know, not everybody walks rocky didn't end all of his fights. Look in, you know. Look at morning fresh, you know what I'm saying, but he won. So just take about that. Okay. All right. Good. Let's get your Bloomberg minute. Now brought to you by Hendrix business systems. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks retreated some in Friday's trading weighed down by diminished hopes for an interest rate cut, solid, retail sales data from Washington suggested consumers are still doing well with borrowing costs where they are Ellen center of Morgan Stanley says the Federal Reserve will not cut rates at this week's meeting, but interest rates will be dealt with in the statement released at the end of the session. Expectations that they leave the door open for a cut should they see a weakening in the outlook. And that's exactly that they're going to send it to meeting the national association of home builders will release its June reading on member sentiment shortly after the markets open this morning. More housing sector reports will be out later in the week, US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer scheduled to go before the Senate finance committee tomorrow. He'll be discussing the United States Mexico, Canada agreement, Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. All right. It is six twenty two. We got all sorts of. Well, again, lots of animal news, actually, I guess we consider Bigfoot an animal, which most people would so we'll get that to you. And I'll give you the remainder of the rundown as well. True tech geniuses out there in silicon Silicon Valley, and we'll explain what they did over the weekend. That's very, very odd to me. But for now will pause and be back. So hang on. Bluecross blueshield.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"High angle team responded to the amusement park on Saturday afternoon. Passengers were on the ride known as screamer, which shoots them up and down along a column while they're strapped into seats Tropicana field set to receive what's touted as the world's largest Christmas, light maze, and chant Christmas is coming to Saint Petersburg on November twenty second through the end of December early bird tickets available. They started just under twenty dollars. Organizers say the attraction brought in over six hundred thousand visitors in Seattle and in Texas last year. It's five O four NewsRadio WFL a this is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks retreated some in Friday's trading weighed down by diminished hopes for an interest rate cut, solid, retail sales data from Washington suggested consumers are still doing well. With borrowing costs where they are. Ellen center of Morgan Stanley says the Federal Reserve will not cut rates at this week's meeting, but interest rates will be dealt with in the statement released at the end of the session. Expectation that they leave the door open for a cut should see a weakening in the outlook, and that's decorated. I should they're going to send the meeting the national association of home builders will release its June reading on member sentiment shortly after the markets opened this morning. More housing sector reports will be out later in the week, US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer scheduled to go before the Senate finance committee tomorrow. He'll be discussing the United States Mexico Canada agreement. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. When do you want spot that burglar, what he's facing your home or after? He's in hash. John, who's blink camera alerted him of.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The euro is at one point one two, six four against the dollar, the yen, one zero eight point two six that's a Bloomberg business flash. Now here's John Tucker. With more on what's going on around the world? John and Karen, the US has released the video. The Trump administration says captured involvement by an Islamic revolutionary guard patrol boat in yesterday's. Anchor attacks near the Persian Gulf President Trump says he's incurring White House press secretary Sarah Sanders to run for governor when she returns home to Arkansas. The man accused of the New Zealand Moscow Tech's murked, does his lawyers entered not guilty. Pleas to terrorism murder and attempted murder charges, the Toronto Raptors are the NBA champs. They beat the warriors last night. One fourteen to one ten global news, twenty four hours a day on the air at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm John Tucker. This is Bloomberg Nathan. All right. John, thank you. It's five nineteen on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak. And our guests on this Friday morning, Ellen center chief economist at Morgan Stanley as we look ahead to the Fed's next meeting next week, it seems like the market is certainly looking forward to that. Ellen. Thanks for being with us here. What do you think are the chances that we get a dovish surprise? Next week. For such outcome that's going to be difficult for the fed to surprise to the dovish side. Certainly it's going to be easy for to meet expectations expectations. Is that they leave the door open for a cut, should they see as Clarita has called it in aerial weakening, in the outlook NFL that they're gonna send it the meeting in a statement and? Can certainly get it at even more dovish tone. I in his QNA, but it'd be a barring delivering an actual cut, you know, I'm not sure it's going to be possible to really surprised the market should w side, just given. How expectations are set going into this leading? Do you see the fed going ahead and making a cut next week? No. Hi, this feels like December, where there was so much volatility after the fed went into the blackout period in December bets were starting to rise at the fed would cut never cries, the fed, or the fed should not hike and there their cries out that they should not hike and yet they still height because. Defend does not react well to late break it is. And so if you think about the data that was in hand going into the blackout periods, it was a data covering the economy through the month of may on balance the date. It was very good. Anything tied to trade was weak, but you look at consumer financial expectations near record highs of small business optimism, index at a seven month. High low unemployment rate, high wages, you, you name it. The composite index was up more than a point in may is just about everything. They had at hand said, look domestic economy is so strong that we're mindful these downside risk from trade, and that's finished meeting that what they're going to react to. And so they're open to a cut should there be one that's needed and they're opening that door. There's not gonna come at this at this meeting. We actually released a data set yesterday covering the month of June. Which was quite weak. And it was quite an interest on the back of that. And we saw that it did. Move markets, which is a very bizarre feeling for an economist because typically what economists say does not move markets. But it led people shows you how on edge they aren't led them to believe that there could be a higher probability of Jin cut than people say, so. That's not the case. Is it going to be a material weakness in the economy caused by trade that leads the fed to move or what about inflation? I mean we've had this low inflationary period for so long here. Could could that force the feds hand? If that was going to force the feds handed, this point, it would have. I know they just need to be sure that they stay on the easy side of the combination, and eventually, you do get tied enough labor market to get a kink in wages. It starts to spill over to non linear Phillips curve stack that we've all been talking about. And it's not that the fed doesn't believe in the Phillips curve is believes that we're just not in that state part of it, yet that their labor market simply has more slack in it, which means you can boot push policy easier for longer Kurds that, that picked up to occur. And that was something that came out of the meeting at the Chicago said last week. The labor market panel was showed work done by communists, that used alternative measures of labour market tightness. That suggested market still has slack to go. So it's still up for debate. But at this point, it works in the feds favor in both instances, if they're reacting because the downside risk free trade if Iraq because the data's already weakening or if they're reacting because inflation is just low and they need to get it higher. Either way, all paths lead to an easier fed for longer than and so I think that's the setup for this. June meeting is, is just promising again. What they've already done in public. That were where watchful were on heightened alert they take out the word patience. They say that we're, we're basically ready to act should there be material downside risk. And that risk avent's. It could be outcome from the G twenty. Let's say it's a bad outcome and you get a market reaction. Let's say today includes credit, if that's what was behind the feds pit in January was because credit markets, we're finally dragged into the fray, and you need to react to that, that has a very real effect on the outlet. Always good to get your insights. Thanks as always for being here. Ellen Zeltner chief economist at Morgan Stanley as we look ahead to the Fed's next rate decision next week coming up June eighteenth and nineteenth course we're going to have full coverage.

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"ellen center" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

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"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:10 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Coming up on the program China's economy losing steam, even before the latest round of Taras begin to bite as President Trump piles on the pressure president. She says it's foolish to try and reshape other nations and in the next hour for a much-needed read on the American consumer economists looking to US retail sales from the Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio Hallo Wednesday. Here is your price action from beautiful morning in New York City futures are lower following yesterday's very mild bounce. We aren't negative seven points on the S and P five hundred down around about a quarter of one percent. Some mild risk version pleading through the classes treasury yields near the lows for the year on a two year and ten year. Maturity pretend you're note come again three basis points to two point three eight percent. Your two year two point one seven percent in the market as you might expect you can predict this a little bit of yen strength a little bit of Swiss swiftly strength as well. All of this following the latest data out of China the economy losing steam in April underscoring, the fragility of the world's second largest economy. Even before the latest round of trade tensions. We are. So lucky so fortunate to have with us in the studio this morning, not home Cain. He's arrived on time. But somebody else tell them it's not a bad deal. The time isn't about me. But can we talk about sausage making years? So you can give a vineyard to our journey Norma seven. Can you explain what you're talking about? We get so busy John John is three Bloomberg terminals. But there it wasn't televisions warning. And I'm frantically dealing with yields yields lower in Europe. I don't even know who sits down next to me. So of course, looking at the TV Morongo and with us, Christopher Garrone doctor. It was it was sitting next to a bit confused. This was a little bit confused lease over to me and says you'd never do that to Ellen center. Let's bring in tonight, shall we? Morgan Stanley's chief economist and club, doctor good money to have you with us on the program by let's just talk about it. The headlining latest research peace policy dominates the psycho, which trying to get a hands around the next policy move from China. How do you frame that the moment? Well, we think China's right now already implementing quite a sizable because that's about two hundred fifty billion dollars in size. And if the straight tension thing escalates meeting. They'll probably do additional fiscal stimulus, and this time the fiscal stimulus, but actually be more focused on public expenditure. What we saw the last round was a mix of tax cuts in public expenditure. But if they tensions escalate they'll probably not do more tax, they'll do more fiscal stimulus in Falmouth spending. Why more focus on the public sector because you know, what had happened and people ask me did China or this plan to extend this trade tensions for longer my immediate onset. And I is no because they actually this time they much focused on the private sector try to do this tax cuts. It supports the private sector. But now this trade tensions. If it escalates. It actually affects the confidence and so people will save that tax cuts and not spend. And so if you see that trade tensions escalating, and you want that number to look up they'll actually have to take control and do the traditional style more public expenditure. So many people trying to understand whether China is pushing on a string at the moment. And I'm wondering if you can draw any distinction between the debt cycle and the public sector and the debt cycle in the private sector. We sing two different tracks two different things happening. Well, actually in China's case because there's so much of public sector in every part of the economy, then you're looking at debt sustainability, you just look at the overall GDP and actually did have a control on that in two thousand eighteen total GDP declined by five percentage points corporate Judy declined by eight percentage points, a were actually to achieve some success towards that. But if you do see trade tensions in an additional stimulus. You will see some compromise and that be will rise somewhat into hundred ninety the merge Stanley global. Call on slower GDP tendency to lower yields extraordinary almost a synthesis of what you and Ellen Zeltner and others have done their bring over to what everybody knows in the street is you're cautious equity. Call is well, can you ever more with the news flow? The last two weeks Lincoln in equity market caution to a US two year or two point one seven percent. Yes. Essentially, the call from the equity side and fixed income strategy side is that you know, even wild. We have some kind of civilization in growth. The reality is with this trait pensions, the risks to the outlook ask skew to the downside. And so what dating the market is going to price off the downside risk. And that's why they are cautious on the markets. They're cautious on the markets, and you have to be cautious on a slowdown is the fed aware of quickly removing towards a rate cut, call all I think as of now things I find, and I think the fed is in the right place. I wouldn't say that they are actually behind the cove and not absorbing this downside. I think they will come through very quickly. If you see this trade tensions escalating for longer and it shows up in the financial conditions index. So our view is that as of now, it's fine. But if conditions identified will come to quickly channel account the external until eternal forces affecting somebody's accommodates, and I wanna fuck specifically on China. It's been quite hard to joy distinction between what China engineers themselves to slow down. We have seen over the last year. And the slowdown of the back of the trade dispute between the United States how you draw that distinction at the moment. Well, I actually have been different from consensus as consensus has been saying that China's slowdown was because they were doing tightening. So I don't think it was policy driven slowdown which they enforced on themselves. It was more really trade tensions. That was the biggest problem for China's growth outlook in the second half of two thousand eighteen let me explain what I mean. So if you see the credit growth, which is the most important policy video, but we watch it was slowing already from middle of two thousand sixteen from uranium number of sixteen percent to twelve percent. And in those six quarters until the second half of two thousand eighteen it's Judy was fine. Six point seven six point eight percent year on year. So the only time you saw that slowdown was in the second half one straight tensions escalated. So we think the private sector confidence to casinos hit not just only in China, but everybody in the world. And so it was really trade tensions that has caused the big chain. And this is really important because China's credit impulses just stunning to. Flecked up. Again, the provision of credit is sensitive GDP just stunning to inflict time and some people look at that as a leading indicator for the economy you saying it's not this time around. Well, it is but to the extent to which you if you don't get tensions saw then that credit recovery did not bring net net recovery in China, Judy gold. So it was explaining to Thomas earlier on the TV show that two forces at play here policy stimulus and trade tensions, which one wins. Depend on the duration of how long the trade tension retentions last longer than we think policies similar will increase. But even that will not be enough to actually drive. Right where John Williams was in our conversation with him Zurich. I think it was twenty four hours ago, which is a loss of business. Confidence is Morgan Stanley observing right now, a lessening confidence, which means less investment, less animal spirit among business. Absolutely. That's exactly what is going on right now in the capital numbers that received so fall for me. So that Germany as if you look at another transplant indicator, which is you aggregate global capital goods imports from the trade data that you get and that's contracting on your on your basis in the first three months of the calendar year. It's down three percent year-on-year 's worse as twenty one percent from twenty one to negative three. What does that do to a Lagarde like global GDP number? Do we go back to three handle noble GDP? We are expecting global to be three point two percent in the fourth quarter down from four percent. Let me translate that. Folks. That's low. That's correct point two is three point eight found a question for you how they manage the effects channel in China. We've seen similar weakness come through is that weakness engineered largely out of their control. I think it is more market-oriented at this time. I don't see case for China actually, use this as a tool as a point to discuss or debate on this trade tension. So we think it is pretty much market oriented, look, they don't run be kinda concept now. So when you get this sort of market declines, you will see capital outflows portfolio flows, and that's going to drive some currency weakness. So we think he's just that right now is the outlook on capital flows. So thank you so much. He is with great global economics. And thank you into all your team who are with this almost on a daily basis. It seems Morgan Stanley with will suggest is a summary of more cautious. Call Johnny yields are jaw-dropping. I walked in twenty minutes. Forty minutes searching globe. Media on the set of wise. German yields have come in. And it's not one reason it's a cetera. I'm looking at treasury test in the lows for twenty nine hundred on two on a ten year across the hair down three basis points out in a tent and to seventeen on the two year now and Christopher own mentioning earlier, and we'll reduction here folks, it's so important the flip in German and Japanese yields is right when he went as well futures are little fragile to negative six is no big deal. But there it is. I just think that won't consistent hits home. Even with the bouncing equities. Yesterday's the treasury market that just didn't buy treasury sold off that I what was the move a single basis point on a ten year. That was the towel wasn't that. We just didn't see a big treasuries till oil weaker will there's some serious news out of a run. I'm sure that news reports as we'll stay with us worldwide. This is Bloomberg. The news from New.

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"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Pillar that was pretty dying impressive last night for Nixon's ill, you lose one, and what should have been a home run. You can right back and get your first home run in your MLB career. Look, Scott shetler and madcap had ago. They had a go gentler can't hit well enough to be the fourth outfielder on this team. And it was only on the roster because he was the closest thing they had to a center fielder. Don't need that anymore. Don't need that anymore. Camp was a loss ball, we had it really was from the day that he arrived here from the dodgers. I mean, this guy is a DA waiting to happen. Some American League team is going to sign him. But shetler light camp. We they'll take it bats away from guys that traditionally only get better with more. Bats who are you gonna take it bats away from going to take away from Jesse Winker waker is really hit the ball. Well, all year had some bad luck. What he missed. You hit it on the screws. It just didn't it just didn't fall. You're not gonna take it bats away from sense L. I mean, that'd be ludicrous. And yes, we'll plea is you're right fielder that your corner outfielder. That's the guy with Alex would hurt and only a rumor so far he becomes the centerpiece of that deal. So there's your outfield right there from this day forward regardless of hot streak or slump? It has to be Jesse Winker and left Nixon's Ellen center. Yes, we'll take it. Right. End of story and of story. Now, a story broke overnight. John Hayman, who's a national baseball writer says the reds are ready to bring Josh Van Meter to Cincinnati, Josh Van Meter is a guy who has been tearing it up and AAA the his his numbers and triple A or career numbers so far for his minor league career as of last night three thirty six average thirteen home runs thirty one RBI. Now, we're Van Meter plays. What they do. And who knows but it's obvious that if they bring him up, there's your guy there's your fourth outfielder. There's your fourth outfielder Eric Dietrich needs at bat enough at bats, the reds can figure out whether or not they've stumbled onto the latest scooter Ginette or Dietrich is like just about every other role player in the history of baseball. Someone who starts hot and then plays back to his level right now, you gotta ride the wave and Dietrich needs playing time again, mitigating reasons why Matt Kemp was released and Scott shetler was. Enter aaa. Big last night. Here's another thing. I was watching the gale but a big last night. Kenner, Roark is pitching. And I'm thinking to myself is David bell going to, you know, do it for third time this week. Yankee pitcher who's got maybe eight forty five pitches under his belt..

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"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tanner, Roark and Cody read in some power hitting five home runs coming off the backs of a U hanikos warez, Tucker Barnhart, Nick, Nixon's, Zell, Derek Dietrich and Yossi L. And what have we've been complaining about four weeks? The reds hitting will they crank out eleven runs on thirteen hits. Last night. Followed it up with nine runs on nine hits. Tonight. That's twenty runs on twenty two hits in the reds. Just hope this could be the start of something. Good something big the reds made a big move on Friday bringing up their top prospect, Nixon Zell I wanted. That the talk about him last night. But the game lasted four hours twenty three minutes, and I never got on the air because the game ended to lay. Well, we could talk about Nixon's L tonight in the Cincinnati Reds and he's two for eight with three walks in a home run in his first two games. And to me his mere presence. He's providing a spark that this team desperately needs. Do you feel the same way? I do just him out there. A big time spark. He should've could've in would have had to home runs tonight. But he got absolutely robbed in the third inning by giants center fielder, Kevin polar you've got to see it to believe it. He climbed the wall and stole a surefire home run from sense L. Now, you know, when you say over the wall, this wasn't a leaping catch in front of the wall, whereas glove just goes over the wall. No, he was like, Bo Jackson and Spiderman rolled into one he leaves against the wall with his right shoe, halfway up the wall, and then he pins his right elbow an arm around the wall and then reaches out and catches the ball while hanging hanging from the wall. It was just absolutely spectacular. It he stole a surefire home run from Sincil. Now, I'll say this about Nick, totally unfazed all sense. Zell did the next time up in the fifth inning. He went deep to right center field at the cowboy Jeff Brantley is right. Don't hit it to straight away center too. So that Kevin could catch it hit at the right center where nobody can catch it. His first major league home run. Congratulations to Nixon's Ellena came off jerick Rodriguez. The son of hall of fame catcher, Yvonne, Pudge Rodriguez and folks now we can finally say it the reds starting outfield is crystallizing. It is all set with Jesse Winker in left field Nixon's Ellen center and Yossi L week in right in that's because the reds announced today the release of MAC camp taught at renew. It was common. He was not a good fit here from day one and Kemp is gone in the announcement came in conjunction with the call up of reliever Cody read who's been pitching great in Louisville. Any? Pitched fantastic tonight it with a tire bullpen really to me on the verge of absolute burn out. We saw it last night when during the meltdown the reds got what the desperately needed tonight a strong deep performance by starter. Tanner. Roark his pitching line six two-thirds innings four hits two runs. Two walks in seven strikeouts. He improves to two in one in his ERA. Now is three point eight two on comes Cody read not just pitching one inning or part of an inning. He finishes the game. He retired seven of the eight batters that he faced going to in a third innings giving up just one hit in four strikeouts. Nine runs nine hits nowheres three left on base for the reds who improved to fourteen in nineteen two runs. Five hits nowheres five left on base for the San Francisco Giants who fall to fourteen in nineteen two teams. Exact same. Record. And they're back at it. Tomorrow with Louis castio on the mound for the reds against Jeff. So Marga of the San Francisco Giants some Arja the former wide receiver from the university of Notre Dame. There were a lot of NFL fans wanted him to play football. He made the right move because you can play and pitch longer in baseball. Gosh, I would take baseball no doubt instead of get your body bruised battered and beaten up football play baseball. Jeff Marga going against Louis Casteel. In a good old good one tomorrow. And once again, Roark it's the win. He's too in one while Rodriguez gave up four home runs, and he dropped to three and four castio tomorrow. He's three and one with a one point four five ERA Samara. He's two in one. And he's got a two point five three ERA first pitch tomorrow, four ten the chicks will be back with you. Tomorrow following Ken brew. I've got sports talk from noon to three o'clock, and then the mulch America dot com inside pitch from three to three forty. Well, we're breaking down the reds nine two to win tonight. And it's Taryn bland told me as I was about to.

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"ellen center" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

"ellen center" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

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