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"episode thirty two" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

RUN GPG Podcast

03:40 min | 8 months ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

"To the hate. And you'll blow up just like granted. Just like tided. Just like gary v did everybody will. Someone says well now they have to have a personality. Not necessarily i promise you dude. Even the blandest most boring turn on earth does that he will here. She will get their little tribe of boring. Ask people that love boring. Ask people and they will be. He will be the most famous boring ass person you've ever met so when people hear that are like well that makes it too easy dude. It is that easy the gp g podcast going up through the ranks. Dude you have to start it in order for that to happen and then your little clips you grab from it like the ones. We're watching those clips. It can be put on youtube searchable clinton next thing you know a a year from now someone clips that they see that clip they go. This bradley guys unbelievable. Oh who's this grant cardinal guy. Let me look him up. Some more next thing you know. They're investing in khartoum capital. All from what. The content that that david morale put out for pete's sake so when we think that why are we all making more content. Why don't we all have a content flow. Yeah i think you're a good example of that brad. I mean you put out a lotta content. People pay attention to you. They follow you and not not. As big as these other gurus in the world. Well listen man you just. I had to start. It is starting to guess what check back in three years. Yeah exactly more years. Like when i'm messing with grant people you know. He's got a jet you don't i'm like dude. He sixty two. Okay come see me when i'm sixty two. I'll probably have his jets anyways. I think that was a really good discussion. I think that was a fantastic discussion. Okay episode thirty. Two was was an interesting. Why now i shout out to you because you're the one who actually introduced us in you know i had a Friendship with gene since then Episode thirty two. Janine driver you say more than you think i think it was called me. Save more than you think. Of course he is the founder and ceo of the body language institute. She's been employed by the cia. The fbi the department of justice. She is a language expert. This is janine. Talking about the felons claw. Okay let's play the clip. This is really interesting. Actually felons cau- i'm going to show you gene. How i how. I normally right. My name is here to the left of your screen. Almost like a cursive j. Even if i'm drinking right in high school. I writing my days like this. It's called the felons quantum felons claude. Just means instead of having a normal downward stroke. That's coming up. You go for j you would do your j. in then you come straight down and then you come up like a rainbow so you go jay. Do the top of the j. down straight and then do a little rainbow or backwards in in. That would be my j. So that is called felons clause so why is it called the felons cau- because almost every single person in jail. When they write a letter their letters had a full of felons. Clause doesn't mean everyone who writes felon clause or in jail no What it means is remorse. It's guilt at. I feel guilty about something. And who the felons cloudy right with a felons claw. I had to write a few words out and actually take a look to see if i did. Right with a felons claw but signifies remorse now. I don't write with.

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on Podcast Movement 2021

Podcast Movement 2021

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Podcast Movement 2021

"While we're big believers in the power of short form audio we also know that some stories and conversations deserve more airtime more than one hundred and seventy million people are already connected to hundreds of thousands of podcast pages on facebook and more than thirty. Five million people are members of fan groups around podcasts. But until now you had to leave the facebook app to listen to these episodes now and many soon. All in the us will be able to listen to podcasts directly on the facebook both while using it and queuing up your next episode or in background months you can multitask without missing a beat and because it's still hard to discover podcast. You like or new ones. You might like will specially curate recommendations based off your interest so you can have meaningful conversations with others interested in the same topics answer. You can share it with your friends that means more discover ability and listening time for your content. Now we're still in the early stages of this product and we recognize. There's a lot of work that we still need to do to make this great for the podcast community. But our vision is to create a holistic experience that brings together discovery monetization and social connection for podcast in one place so being in the early stages means this will be a phase rollout where taking this approach to ensure that the product is working as intended before we scale more. Broadly so you can expect the podcast content catalog to continue growing as well as features to expand over time and later this summer and in the coming weeks will roll out additional new features like captions and the ability to create and share short clips of a podcast episode thirty seconds long to grow awareness of your podcast and drive new listeners. To check out that fully the content

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Product Manager Irena Lam Discusses Facebook's Exciting New Podcast Listening Tools

Podcast Movement 2021

01:37 min | 10 months ago

Product Manager Irena Lam Discusses Facebook's Exciting New Podcast Listening Tools

"While we're big believers in the power of short form audio we also know that some stories and conversations deserve more airtime more than one hundred and seventy million people are already connected to hundreds of thousands of podcast pages on facebook and more than thirty. Five million people are members of fan groups around podcasts. But until now you had to leave the facebook app to listen to these episodes now and many soon. All in the us will be able to listen to podcasts directly on the facebook both while using it and queuing up your next episode or in background months you can multitask without missing a beat and because it's still hard to discover podcast. You like or new ones. You might like will specially curate recommendations based off your interest so you can have meaningful conversations with others interested in the same topics answer. You can share it with your friends that means more discover ability and listening time for your content. Now we're still in the early stages of this product and we recognize. There's a lot of work that we still need to do to make this great for the podcast community. But our vision is to create a holistic experience that brings together discovery monetization and social connection for podcast in one place so being in the early stages means this will be a phase rollout where taking this approach to ensure that the product is working as intended before we scale more. Broadly so you can expect the podcast content catalog to continue growing as well as features to expand over time and later this summer and in the coming weeks will roll out additional new features like captions and the ability to create and share short clips of a podcast episode thirty seconds long to grow awareness of your podcast and drive new listeners. To check out that fully the content

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

02:51 min | 10 months ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Everybody so interested in is going to stay locked in that. I mean look not in the logistics business not in the marketing business. That should have been alive draft. Yeah and then. They should've had numbers for the players. So you could hook them up on zoom on that giant screen. That was read over top of their head. Yeah and what else. Macklemore should open that with a with one of his songs. Yeah he was fired. Up soon was wired. He's fired up. Get here to rock the thing out going right away. He sounded like arena. Announcer was axed. We gotta get him to do. E ram hearts. I think he's right. Well we're going to continue here on. The podcast talked about the seattle crack. And obviously i mean. It's a big part of this week as we go through episode. Thirty two brought to you by infiniti. We have seattle cracking forward. Jared mccann who spent well not very much time with the toronto maple leafs but a better time. He'll talk to us about just how that process went with sheldon. Keep the coach. The leaves lubis general manager the conversations that they had secured mccain will join us later in the podcast ray and i love an ira instead. Easy racist which. I don't think there's going to be part of the interview. But hey look that you're on the podcast. A very good. Does she have any trades. You have any trades to announce rates wants to know what you're traits. Do you have any traits. That she's getting. Give me the middle figure here. In a second is what's i can't hear cami and i'm not a very good liberator. Can we call her back. How's that we'll call you back. Enjoy your lunch by so that staying by the way. That's not being edited out. We're gonna keep that. I knew she was. She was gonna call so good for her anyway. Might be the only time..

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"I'm extremely schedule. This is possible. Act all because it's in my opinion. It's exactly as i was getting. The computer is a novel by. That's what programming is. I'm i hope people would not programmers. Which i it's not like that. I'm they wrote uncertain global friends and enemies delightful listeners. Too bad voltage. Welcome to season three episode thirty two. Oh of all the show though.

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast

The Old Man's Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast

"Everybody welcome to another episode of the old man's podcast. Actually this is episode number. Thirty two can role in since july and i hit one thousand downloads last week. That's past one thousand mark. So i think it's probably worth keeping going to keep ongoing and could really use your help to make this thing a little more popular obviously past link on or tell your friends or family about it. That's a great way. You could assist me in getting this podcast to become even more popular Secondly if you are getting this podcast on podcast delivery app in my analytics tell me most of the are spotify is probably the most popular podcast delivery easy. You can on that app. You can rate podcast and evenly reviews so if you would be so kind as to do a rating for the old man's podcast or even better a review ratings real quick. Just click a couple buttons gonna be You know scale from one to ten you like it that kind of thing review a little more work. You gotta put your thoughts on or put your thoughts into the laconic that i think what i've learned. Is that when podcast get ratings and reviews they get pushed to the front of the line in terms of exposure to people looking for podcast. So if i get more reviews and more ratings is more of a chance than somebody could find this podcast then what they're doing a search. That's where i could use your assistance in grateful so as i said this is episode thirty two. What are we going for you today. Well colder of course is going to be a topic. We actually hit two different angles and give you my thoughts on the topic of covert here as we move into the twelfth month of the pandemic is about to start and for closure i'm gonna talk about flattering so far it off. Keep it going. You're going to enjoy this episode. Thirty two of the old man's podcast..

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast

The Old Man's Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast

"Everybody. Welcome to another episode of the old man's podcast. Actually this is episode number. Thirty two can role in since july. And i hit one thousand downloads last week. That's past one thousand mark. So i think it's probably worth keeping going to keep ongoing and could really use your help to make this thing a little more popular obviously past link on or tell your friends or family about it. That's a great way. You could assist me in getting this podcast to become even more popular Secondly if you are getting this podcast on podcast delivery app in my analytics tell me most of the are spotify is probably the most popular podcast delivery. That's really easy you can on that app. You can rate podcast and evenly reviews so you would be so kind as to do a rating for the old man's podcast or even better a review ratings real quick click a couple buttons gonna be You know scale from one to ten you like it that kind of thing review a little more work. You gotta put your thoughts on or put your thoughts into the laconic that i think what i've learned. Is that when podcast get ratings and reviews they get pushed to the front of the line in terms of exposure to people looking for podcast. So if i get more reviews and more ratings is more of a chance than somebody could find this podcast then what they're doing a search. That's where i could use your assistance in grateful so as i said this is episode thirty two. What are we going for you today. Well colder of course is going to be a topic. We actually hit two different angles and give you my thoughts on the topic of covert here as we move into the twelfth month of the pandemic is about to start and for closure i'm gonna talk about flattering so far it off. Keep it going. You're going to enjoy this episode. Thirty two of the old man's podcast..

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast

The Old Man's Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast

"Get off. Mar grass everybody. Welcome to another episode of the old man's podcast. Actually this is episode number. Thirty two can role in since july. And i hit one thousand downloads last week. That's past one thousand mark. So i think it's probably worth keeping going to keep ongoing and could really use your help to make this thing a little more popular obviously past link on or tell your friends or family about it. That's a great way. You could assist me in getting this podcast to become even more popular Secondly if you are getting this podcast on podcast delivery app in my analytics tell me most of the are spotify is probably the most popular podcast delivery. You can on that app. You can rate podcast and evenly reviews so if you would be so kind as to do a rating for the old man's podcast or even better a review ratings real quick click a couple buttons. It's going to be You know scale from one to ten you like it that kind of thing review a little more work you gotta put your thoughts on or put your thoughts into the laconic that i think what i've learned is that when podcast get ratings and reviews they get pushed to the front of the line in terms of exposure to people looking for podcast. So if i get more reviews and more ratings is more of a chance than somebody could find this podcast then what they're doing a search. That's where i could use your assistance in grateful so as i said this is episode thirty two. What are we going for you today. Well colder of course is going to be a topic. We actually hit two different angles and give you my thoughts on the topic of covert here as we move into the twelfth month of the pandemic is about to start and for closure i'm gonna talk about flattering so far it off. Keep it going. You're going to enjoy this episode. Thirty two of the old man's podcast. Here it comes.

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Some COVID Observations and a little about flattery. - burst 05

The Old Man's Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Some COVID Observations and a little about flattery. - burst 05

"Get off. Mar grass everybody. Welcome to another episode of the old man's podcast. Actually this is episode number. Thirty two can role in since july. And i hit one thousand downloads last week. That's past one thousand mark. So i think it's probably worth keeping going to keep ongoing and could really use your help to make this thing a little more popular obviously past link on or tell your friends or family about it. That's a great way. You could assist me in getting this podcast to become even more popular Secondly if you are getting this podcast on podcast delivery app in my analytics tell me most of the are spotify is probably the most popular podcast delivery. You can on that app. You can rate podcast and evenly reviews so if you would be so kind as to do a rating for the old man's podcast or even better a review ratings real quick click a couple buttons. It's going to be You know scale from one to ten you like it that kind of thing review a little more work you gotta put your thoughts on or put your thoughts into the laconic that i think what i've learned is that when podcast get ratings and reviews they get pushed to the front of the line in terms of exposure to people looking for podcast. So if i get more reviews and more ratings is more of a chance than somebody could find this podcast then what they're doing a search. That's where i could use your assistance in grateful so as i said this is episode thirty two. What are we going for you today. Well colder of course is going to be a topic. We actually hit two different angles and give you my thoughts on the topic of covert here as we move into the twelfth month of the pandemic is about to start and for closure i'm gonna talk about flattering so far it off. Keep it going. You're going to enjoy this episode. Thirty two of the old man's podcast. Here it comes.

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Transformational Coach - Thoughts from my Sofa

The Transformational Coach - Thoughts from my Sofa

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Transformational Coach - Thoughts from my Sofa

"This is episode thirty two and this week we're thinking about living our values my apologies to anybody who was expecting an episode last week. Unfortunately we had a family bereavement and a really wasn't in the right frame of mind to do any recording. So i decided to take me advice. I was putting in some self care setting some boundaries for myself and trying to get back a bit of balance in my day to day life and in my working week part of that meant that i needed to take tae moat and unfortunately i didn't have the brin space to record an episode for you so my apologies if you were waiting with baited breath last week but i did need to take some time. Oh and look after myself and get myself plugged back in to some normality again so however you guys all doing. Have you been taking time out for yourself. Have you been keeping yourself safe and looking after one another as well. I hope so and i certainly hope that as this global pandemic continues to wing. It's we across the world that you'll continue to think about yourself and look after yourselves and those of your nearest and dearest k. Let's take some time to think back on values now. I'm hoping because i have given you many things to write down many lists to create an that. You do still have your values not somewhere for me. I think i've said to you before that some of my core values rotate around hope determination and inspiration. So i've been taking some time out these past couple of weeks to really think about where the sit with me in my life and to think about how a project lose if you like to others and whether or not i'm actually living them myself and sometimes i think i do get a bit distracted and pooled in different directions. You may be the same but overall when a new something doesn't feel right doesn't feel comfortable. The chances are it in conflict with my own values. Now named only three of them. They are for you at the moment. I have a number of values As we all do that. I like to live my life by One of which is fun and that one unfortunately has been lacking the past couple of weeks. So i did something about it on friday evening just a few nights ago and we are got online. Although i knew we seem to be living our lives on lane during this pandemic but a good friend of mine. I was having a bit of a hard time..

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"With the three dot thirty eight release and being able to sort my abson remove and create folders in the outdoors of really the icing on the gingerbread. Thank you very much for your kind words. Dave and clare. Andrew davis email us in episode thirty two marks and he was unhappy with the switch joy cons playing haiti's bit dote make a wireless usb adapter. I recently order one. So i can use my we you pro and ps three controllers on my switch for split screen. Mario kart it's a lot cheaper than buying new controllers. It is however wendy only other control. Oh i have is a switch controller. That's even more awkward. It doesn't work with this adapter say. Unfortunately that wasn't an option for me. I didn't have an alternative wireless controller knocking about dhanush manohar. An emailed us quick feedback on tiling window managers. I moved to papua s recently from arch as a test for at least a month. I think that tiling manager extension implementation is really good. I own use it when. I'm working and turn off when i'm not with the twenty ten release. There is an exception option to ignore specific windows. That are not meant to be maximized is something we complained about no. I didn't try their implementation. At now. I was using one from the game. Extensions g tile. oh yes And i i know they have a similar thing. But i don't think it's based on any of the prior extensions. I think it's all around work. But i've not tried it chris thompson. Email us your recent rundown tiling window managers. i'm katie fan and simply cannot bring myself to use another d tiling or not. I've found what for me is the best of both worlds with k. Wynn's group called k. Win quarter tiling this script with just. The default configuration was perfect for me. I get tiling. I can easily disable as needed with my favorite. Da just thought. I'd say this is an option for katie uses. I find it much better than the k- win timing. Skip this package with katie. We'll have linked to.

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Structuring Your Novel by K.M. Weiland

The Rookie Writer Show

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Structuring Your Novel by K.M. Weiland

"Hi Welcome to season two, episode thirty, two of the rookie rider show I'm your host Air Brown and today we're GONNA be talking about structuring your novel by Cam Weiland. A little about Cam Weiland I'm going to quote her author page here. Km, wiling lives in make believe world's talks to imaginary friends and survive primarily on chocolate truffles and espresso. She is the award winning and internationally published author of the Acclaimed Writing Guides, outlining your novel, stretching your novel and creating character Arcs when she's not making things up she's busy mentoring other authors on her award winning blog she makes her home in Western Nebraska. And Also on the website, she says that you can call her Katie you visitor site and sign up for the newsletter list. You can download a free writing craft book entitled Five Secrets Of Story Structure How to read a novel stands out. In that book while in says, you will learn and again here I'm quoting. Why the inciting incident isn't what you've always thought it is what your key event is and how stop putting it in the wrong seen. How do identify your pinch points and why they can make the middle of your book easier to write and how to ace your stories climactic moment every single time end quote. If you haven't already, I would also urge you to check out wildlands podcast helping writers become authors. Which incidentally is also the inver website, the website itself is very easy to use and chock full of free resources like the aforementioned book. No surprise that has been listed on writers digest one a one best websites for writers every year since two, thousand, fourteen finally for today's Title I would suggest that you consider checking out the accompanying workbook for what it's worth I got the digital version of the book and the physical copy of the workbook. So I could easily job. Thought at them but you do you. Okay. Down to business. Here are my three things number one. Two halves of the same hole wildland reminds us that beginnings and endings are the true heart of your story and that satisfying beginnings and endings mirror each other in some way. Boiling it down to its most essential. She says, quote, the beginning asks a question and the ending answers it and quote, and the ending must answer that specific question or according to island. The whole book will feel, okay number two, the two big types of questions. While you will have a specific question that you need to answer, there are two main types of questions, plot questions and theme questions. I'M GONNA. Use examples from Wilde's book to illustrate the difference between these two types. Okay. Question example this is quoting your book will margie stop her self destructive lifestyle of drugs and liquor before she loses her soul mate Tom Forever, and that's a question, the question and I'm GONNA use the same scenario the example would be will margie. Find self worth or piece. Okay. A couple of notes here. I novels often have both a plot and Athene question. In fact, I would say they almost always do secondly, no matter what type of question it is while end advises that should be a question that can be answered with yes or no by the okay. A dare note if you write more literary works and ending that leaves people debating whether it was a yes or no can be a huge win. Examples of this include doubt by John Patrick Shanley and state of wonder by an Patchett. But for most books, you want people to have a clear idea about the answer to the question. Yes or no so I think she's right there. Okay. Number three, the end. Despite, the fact that while end isn't enthusiastic plotter planner. And strongly advises outlines obviously, she still writes several endings. This leads us directly to today's quote this her quote thanks to the ever important outline. I never begin a novel without knowing how I want it to end and yet I almost always write three or four endings before I find the correct one stories even intricately outlined ones evolve as we create them the nuanced ending we have in mind at the beginning might no longer be appropriate once we reach it and quote while offer strategies for coming up with different endings, things like using Beta readers setting aside temporarily. But she also reminds you and here comes a bonus quote quote in many ways endings are one of the most fun parts of the process by then all the puzzle pieces are available to play with. You know your characters inside out and you've got a pile of one hundred pages or more to prove that you can do this. So enjoy yourself if more than one ending is necessary have fun playing with the options and take advantage of the opportunity to rebel and your story world just a little bit longer and quote that's cantwell it. Okay today's hack. Is it ever too early while and advises us to put in our question early ideally setting up that question remember a yes. No question whether it's the plot or both from the very first scene doesn't have to be entirely in the first but start that process. From the GECKO okay I hope this was

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

"Freedom for there's. Real American head cast is the codename errands dairy highly trained head cast its purpose to podcast Gigo. Fighting Cobra a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world. Writing for free. Hey. Joe's welcome back to episode thirty. Two of Gi Joe Romania guest is usual I. Am your host Erin Burnett Moss and joining me today I have my usual. True. Have you call them so here? We have jared rick. The.

"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Headcast Network

The Headcast Network

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on The Headcast Network

"Freedom for there's. Real American head cast is the codename errands dairy. Highly trained head cast its purpose to podcast Gigo Fighting Cobra a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world. Writing for free. Hey Joe's welcome back to episode thirty. Two of Gi Joe Romania guest is usual. I am your host Erin Burnett Moss and joining me today. I have my usual. True! Have.

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"And and this is from the report that the athletic you know reported athletic has always reporting everything I so It quote says quote as far back as two thousand fifteen eighteen the Yankees used to used the video replay room to learn other teams signed sequences multiple sources told the athletic other teams likely. We're doing the same sources said. The Red Sox began doing it no later than twenty sixteen so this implies that the Red Sox were doing it prior to Alex Cora And to to your point other teams are doing it as well. Yeah and I wonder if Alex Gorgeous has it down to a science has figured out. Oh Yeah I don't know I don't know what what the deal is there but yeah other other teams are doing this and it could be just widespread across league and who knows maybe Major League baseball like you know what he abused it. Now it's gone right. We knew about it we let it slide and now we can't trust you. Yeah Yeah you forced our hand no so yeah it's it's it's obviously spread across the league but but yeah no I. I do feel like though they've got one guy who's tied to both though there does need to be some kind of punishment for him. I agree. Yeah Yeah it's yeah and I don't think a lifetime ban is appropriate. But I do think you can attach the word ban to to whatever a punishment you give him just short the sentence you know. Yeah like a one-season band. One season two seasons you could do two seasons in two thousand seventeen. He's guilty. Guilty Twenty eight guilty go head to got it. Yeah makes sense to me. I just I still just think to seizes too harsh just for stealing signs you know maybe punish the organization because it sounds like the astros themselves are going to get punished for this to they better take some money. Maybe takes draft picks whatever And then what about. Aj hinch who watched it all. Go Down Yeah and you know suspend him first season to does he was obviously Gopal. He knew what was going on. Maybe suspended Tamwe so they. They knew it was going on top to bottom they. They can't they can't plead innocent and ignorant to this and it's the the same thing in Boston you know. Takeaways draft picks find them pretty hefty and then suspend the manager spend the GM. Because like I said we know it's when they knew what was going on and then put it across Major League Baseball. Let that be a warning to you. If you get hot. You know like you can do the same old Song Long. Dance and the and the Evading testing whatever like with like steroids and stuff. But if you get caught the hammer will be brought down you well. And that's the way it should be me so another piece of information. I think people need to know. Is that Major League. Baseball started posting a personnel in the video replay rooms during the postseason in two thousand eighteen. there was somebody standing there to mitigate this very problem through the whole all season two thousand eighteen so that does lend some credence to even. Though you know it's coming you still gotta hit the ball. That whole line of argument about you still have to be the best you know. Maybe they were the best and and I think they were. I'm I mean I made that point last week but I think that this certainly muddies the water yeah and And makes it more complicated but I do appreciate that. They went onto win ever win everything despite having that at least that one tactic disrupted. Now that doesn't mean there's not corruption among those people standing there in the rooms and we can get into all kinds of ethics and possibilities speculate all day long button But it's just it's worth noting that they had people posted there to mitigate gate this very problem and is and it's also not to say that immediately got people in there and then they've got somebody on the team who's in there watching you know seeing if there's something the needs to be replayed you know that maybe they've worked at some other kind of system You know and and they do have ipads in the dugouts. They're mount he believes are mounted above the above the helmets. I don't know so it's not like they don't have access audio right. They can get whatever they want. Sometimes they're even on the back of the bench. Yeah so there's still plenty of access to to video and everything that you would wanna see to To steal signs. If that's how you're going to do it yeah so. I don't know it's interesting and I don't know I just it dry. It does drive me crazy though that an indoor baseball is that is that one sport I don't know every sport like this is like this. I guess but you know if you're not cheating you're not trying trying to get every single single advantage. You know. They they talk about the remember. These talk to us about If you're playing infield cheat over this way a little bit not cheating just playing out of position you you know but but do everything you can to to gain an advantage and I guess teams are willing to go that far that that is where I would draw the line though you know as far as the well I think it just messes up with Mrs with the integrity of the game The whole electric thing Mrs Mrs with the integrity of the game which is why there's a rule in place now but I think that even though you take the line that if if you're not cheating you're not trying which I have lived by by the way in certain parts of my life. Okay I get it. I said Guard Games. Yeah by behavior case. So you're a better person than I am leaving so the point the point. I'm trying to make as I get the mentality but I think at some level somebody said I don't know about this right Like like this feels over the line and whether they brought it up or not. But I'm sure somebody somewhere felt that way and you know it it just let it happen anyway so which is terrible But that's where I don't know man. I just think I think that. If you're a repeat the defender you now have been caught And you're responsible for violating the integrity of the game. Then I think the punishment deserves to be hefty. Yeah I agree it should. It should be happy. I feel like once. He's in his hefty enough. I don't know about lifetime bans. Because they only they weren't fixing games. They're they're gaining an unfair advantage. But yeah I agree with you. I don't think a lifetime ban makes any sense either but again you violate the integrity the game. And that's what that's what happened in nineteen nineteen so happened with Pete Rose and there's lots of other examples but through and that's a steroids that's violating the integrity of the game. It's exactly it's exactly what it is so so major league baseball as always been about the integrity of the game. That's what they preach and now it's time time for them to punish accordingly. That's the big thing right. The Guy who I've call the jellyfish because he has no spying and won't choose one way one way or another. Yeah like you got those Waffler. And he's he's gotTa make a decision though right. I mean it's one thing that the astros has been going on for so along like they can't still be investigating it. He keeps it all. We're GONNA punish them. You better believe it. We're GONNA punish them. Okay when and the from the guy who again blood sport who headed up the investigation into Tony Bosch and biogenesis assist. Yeah he sure is making any decisions on this nope it. Oh that you think you'd be more straightforward and more willing to to make a decision on something a and he sure has not yet. I'm pretty confused. Yeah and I'm starting to get angry. All I know is seriously I'm not kidding. You you I check like I refresh my my. MLB News News feed on my APP like fifty times a day because my always the hammer emerton drop. I'm waiting for it but nothing nothing comes you know me too. I don't get it and I think we should I don't know if we can Kukuh overthrow the commissioner. I think that for whatever reason you know if he he doesn't do something soon. Then we'll just put Bob Costas in there. I think we I think he would make a commissioner think so.

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10:39 min | 2 years ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Welcome back from break baseball family so we have something that we talked about a little bit before the break that we Kinda WanNa get into a little more in depth and bring in some new information. We've had this week with signs stealing. ooh Yeah so we so Brig. That week that I was I was out because I was sick. You talked with one of your buddies about the Astros and stealing signs. Well it turns out the Red Sox have been stealing signs which we knew because there is something with the Apple Watch right Of course but it turns out now. Now they've been using their video replay room to steal signs here's my big takeaway with both of these things so people say and this is a valid l. at point that you can steal the signs until the batter. What's coming but he's still got a hit? That's valid right. Yeah that it may be. It doesn't create a real big advantage. Well let's look at this for just a second the astros in two thousand seventeen when they were accused of stealing signs won the world series with the best offensive team baseball by far by far two thousand eighteen when the red sox turns out we're stealing signs using their video replay room best team best offensive team. A baseball won the world series. Yep so it seems like there is a correlation right with well. You'd think that yeah but if if you're stealing you're stealing signs it seems like there's a correlation with better offensive output because you know even if it's like fastball verses off speed you have advantage right absolutely if you have have that if you have that knowledge sure yeah. Because here's here's one of my first experience with Stein's with science dealing so as high school. We went up to his group in the Portland Oregon area and we went up to somewhere around Seattle to play this team. He played a doubleheader over spring break. the coach was giving signs of the catcher. which we didn't do that? We didn't do that just for this reason. The coaches was giving signs to the catcher. You know doing nose forehead chin. Whatever you know one of the guys on the team figured it out he figured out the signals and so we had a system where the guys in the dugout they would say either? Your number like they'd shout to you at the plate. They would shout your number if his off speed or say your name was fastball. We'd have trash can we weren't paying trash can or anything but we. We had a vocal vocal relay that we had eventually the coach figured it out they change the signals and then we figured out again so it went on through the whole but I mean in highschool. It's you know you're figuring it out and doing things like that that we had a way that we could relay that message to the bad without saying. Hey it's all speed you know who set about side you know stuff like that. Yeah exactly so. I feel like if you're stealing signs without because it's specifically the written in the major league bylaws that you cannot use electric electronic means to steal signs right. If you're doing it the old fashioned way I don't see a problem on with it me. Neither never have. Yeah like I don't I don't know and and the thing is with that is that you're not going to be able regain that advantage every game but if using electronic means you're going to be able to gain that advantage every game all right. Well well I don't know about every game but you'll certainly they be. It'll be easier. It'll be more quick on the uptake or whatever You know it's an unfair advantage from start to finish it. It is and especially when you see a team three days in a row like you do in baseball right exact. By by the time you get to that third game for sure you're going to have you can have stuff figured out well well and you may be have one catcher rotation in three or four game series right. Yeah like you might have. Yeah you might have the the the backup catcher. Catch the third game like like on a Sunday. They're gonNA get away to. That's it depends on the stakes and all that but yeah it's not uh it's not common that they'll change the catcher so and I know that every pitcher has their own set of signs. Obviously right it doesn't. It's not doesn't always always come down to the catcher but oftentimes they are the common denominator. Well it's really it's pretty. It's pretty some like similar across the board like everybody knows one is fast ball to his curve ball three might be slider changeup four is either slatter change depending on what you do. You know if you've got that many pitches some guys only after your three. Yeah you know. And it's pretty universal across the board. As far as one I feel like it's always fastball. The old number one right. Yeah and like they say on on Bull Durham you know. The nuke wants to throw his throws curve ball. Nano Gimme the Deuce I want to throw the do through you do yes. That's pretty universal to. It's the thing that they do to mix those up is like we said with indicators is and you know like based on it when I put one I put down a four. Then it'll be the next sign after that something like that so exactly. Yeah and and the other thing too is if if they're not relaying signs from the dugout the only can really still signs on second base. Yeah you're not. He's like that right. So you've got to earn your way to that position to be able to steal sides because we used to do. Here's another thing we used to do. High School was my like my coach. I think I talked best before my coach worked out a system. There's like the second day of practice like team practice after cuts. He'd say okay if you're second base if you're on second base Jason you're still in science. Put your left when you go to step off second base. Put your left foot in front of your right foot. If it's going to be off. Speed fastball step straight Cool and we're supposed to like to let the better know that we were stealing signs. We're supposed to like adjust our helmet. Yeah so yeah it was. That's clever see. I thought so too. That's the way it should be right. That's that's all LEGIT I. I think that's above board. I think that's sportsmanship. I think. That's you know strategy tactics all of the above but when you when you resort to cheating it's wrong. So here's the question then. Alex Cora has been tied now to both. Well I guess all three scandals right. Yeah consider the Apple. Watch thing to he. He's involved in all three He. Is this the common denominator in this situation. So the the people on social media this is what got my attention. Got My attention anyway but I really perked up when I'm watching Social Shaw Media at all baseball accounts follow in different things just to see what the Kinda pulses on everything and and Brad my question to you is what do you do to the guy who's involved with every single instance of cheating. That's being investigated right now. We'll sell it. lets us go over that real quick I saw when he was with the Astros use the bench coach and then immediate and that was year they won. The world series doesn't seventeen and then after that he heard by the Red Sox as the manager so yep rookie manager rookie manager so that is like systemic cheating right. Great is this well. I mean it's it's consistent with you. Know what he was doing because that's how they were doing in in Houston their disease in a trash cans. Either really the the information but a serial offender feel like like. You don't need to kick you come out of baseball because it's not that bad right but it is well. People are a lot of people are saying that. That's why bring it up. I even asked my wife wife. I asked my wife. I said tiff. Alex Cora you know she's like I said all right. He was involved in the coaching staff. Twenty seventeen signs dealing she said. Wow Okay I said two thousand Eighteen Boston Red Sox now signs dealing both world champions. What do you think you ought to do with this guy? And she's like ban him. Oh man and she said to me she's like what do you think income like well. I don't think that should be off the table. Because if you are going to distort baseball that much if you were going to if you know what I mean it's exploitative and it's wrong and it's and it's so wrong it's so it's heavy heavy wrong so my wife then brought up another good point that I think is interesting using. She says if you're not going to ban this guy from baseball than Pete Rose deserves your attention. Well now see I. I don't think that's surly I wasn't oranges to me. Because gambling is a whole different thing like he has not gambled his team would win right. Yeah no the game. He's not shaving points but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Is that if if he he could have gone to the point where he shaven shaven points betting against could've you've got right. It's slippery and I and I and I agree that it's apples and oranges. I just think that this is part of the larger conversation. If we're going to talk about such a heavy offense as cheating your way to the world series two years in a row right and that's the thing that's that's funny about to write is like oh well they still got hit the ball in and they did they did at the ball right agreed but I I think I think honestly a season long banned and for him is just perfect. Because that's a long time for somebody a lot of games right. It's a longtime. Yeah but then I wouldn't be surprised is quite honestly we had more players coming out and be like we did that when we were in Saint Louis I wouldn't expect in Saint Louis. We did it in Tampa the bay in New York. We did it in Denver. You know like I. I wouldn't be surprised if we saw every heard guys coming out within the next few months saying that same thing. I don't know who's going to but so to that point. Denise CANTU reported a tweet from Brendon Kuti K. U. T. Y..

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Up so like I'm not. I'm not going to take anything away like it's college but you still gotta hit four hormones and a game. Yeah that's perfect fix scenario. Yeah Yeah exactly come up with what you need right like. That's like playing as getting four straight hands in poker. Exactly what you need. Wow so yeah dude. Thank you for enlightening me. I didn't know that was even a thing that's cool so now l. For four home run game. That's what you have to shoot for. Wow speaking of four homerun games. How many have there been in the History of Major League baseball not very many. I do know that. Yeah it is a low number. Is it less than ten again. Well there was three in the last decade. Yeah I WANNA sitters like eight or nine is all nope. It's more than that. It's eighteen gene eighteen. There have been eighteen and we saw three of them in the last decade. And we shouldn't really be surprised by that. No I am not surprised by it at all but I was really surprised when scooter Ginette did it. that blew my mind I I like that Guy Really surprised that he did it I am. Are you kidding me. That guy they asked him in the post game interview. They're like wow what do you think. Thank your power hitter now. How does that feel like? I'm not a power hitter. Don't call me. I'm not a power hitter but it seems like it's that's the guy let's Kinda guy who's GonNa they do it right. Yeah like I remember Oh man had been two thousand to two thousand and three something like that. Might Cameron hit three home runs in his first three at bats against the white sox. He's playing for the mariners at the time. Oh and he ju I'm not kidding man. He just missed that fourth home run he hit I think he hit two more balls track the game and they're talking about and everything and he was a guy he was probably like a twenty low twenties home. Run Guy I think. Yeah Yeah three given that three of them that game so I don't feel like it's a forty five fifty home run guy. Who's going to be doing it? I I don't know why probably those guys strike out so much but that's just the way I see it interesting. Yeah so there you go Jordan. Hope that was illuminating. And give you some insight into baseball a little bit more. Some of the context I think is helpful and this was fun. It was fun to research this and it was fun to get into a explain a little better than I hope. It helped more than more than just us. Yeah I I hope so too. And actually she can like to get to get into more of this stuff as far as like The Lingo the terminology Some statistical stuff like we talk about war a lot and it's a incredibly incredibly complex Statistic but I'd like to get into that sometime we because all of this advance stats stuff has really changed the way that we look at the game away. We look at players. There's like like we talked about. Would Mike Trout be well would he be a celebrated. Yeah exactly I don't know good questions yes so I think we'll get into a lot more of this stuff as we continue especially as we go through the as the as we go through the off season here yeah is a great great idea. All right we'll take a quick break and.

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Baseball Together Podcast

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Okay quick we had a member of the nine plus. VIP Group posted. It was me the member of the nine pluses. VIP posted some MLB statistics for last decade. Okay decade in review stuff still and these are the rarest things to see in a single game the that that you know possible in baseball and we had a number of them happen. In the twenty tens we have three four homerun games. Five Perfect Games thirty nine hit for the cycle forty knows forty no hitters and one twenty T K game so member group GIORNO MATIC MR J man. He asked us for an educational opportunity. Wants to know what is the twenty K.. Game and what is the cycle so brad and I thought about it and we decided what we would do is explain these things kind of get into some of the history because I think context is going to help illustrate how remarkable these numbers really are. That's right I agree. So let's get into it Brad. Why don't you tell us about our twenty K.? Game Okay so a twenty K.. Game it's just just a twenty strikeout game for anybody who isn't familiar with scorekeeping or really I guess. Some of the Lingo of Baseball K.. Is a strikeout and that comes from the scorekeeping. Just like if you've ever seen somebody with a book or a note pad with all the little squares on it. They're they're they're keeping score. A lot of fans liked like to do it in the stands it keeps them engaged I used to do it as a kid when I would watch game just because it was fun I wanted to learn how to do it. and I was a Dork so I did it Yeah in actually came in handy because when I was injured on my high school team. That's what I did. I kept score in the Dugout when I was hurt. So it gave me something to do. so yeah K.. It just comes from the K.. And strike out because You can't do s for single so they just somebody back in like the early nineteen. Hundreds I think was a journalist put K.. In his notebook for strikeout and it stuck yeah yeah And to get a little bit deeper into that if you not a backwards K.. That's strikeout looking forward K.. Strike out swinging such where they do that in the book so twenty K.. Game was twenty strikeout game and this has only happened What five times? The history of Major League Baseball in the in the fifth time was on May Eleventh Twenty sixteen in a three three two to win after the nationals against the Detroit Tigers. And of course wouldn't you know it. It was master. Of course it was right of course it was. Who who else would you expect to have a twenty K.? Game in two thousand sixteen so maybe Justin verlander but yeah. He's about the only other one. Yeah but those are those the only two guys the workhorses the guys. WE'RE GONNA strike out a lot of guys who are going to accomplish that but some of the others we've had let's go way a way back way back to nineteen sixty two. Tom Chaney did it against the Baltimore Orioles. He was playing for playing for the the senators and beat the orioles in a two to one game. And this is the thing about these is. They're typically going to be close games right. Yeah of course because you're going to keep your starter in and And typically when when when you've got to strike up pitcher his offense doesn't produce much because everybody's kind of standing around. Yeah so by the time they get up to bat. Everybody's kind of asleep. Yep so that that's something you actually see a lot. It's not uncommon. Tom What I find really interesting about the statistics around the twenty K.. Game is they'll tell you the pitcher's name but they don't really care who he played for but then they're really really eager to tell you who they did it against which it's true actors or did it against the Detroit Tigers on this day. Yeah But they don't tell you necessarily who played for because it's not about that at that point which I think is really an interesting cultural thing about baseball we at that point. It's it's a one man show right. I mean you've got the Catcher so you've got your battery a two man show catch has got a call the game then. Of course me I'M GONNA give. The cat gives them care Credit the catcher on that you would so the just to put this into context the most previous like the last time this happened prior to this one in two thousand only sixteen was Randy Johnson and that was in two thousand one. So that's how long it has been since we've seen a twenty K.. Game that's right as a long time. Yeah and and Brig. There's only one guy who's done it twice. Yeah there is and I mean you kind of expect it it it's Roger Clements he did it. Once in Nineteen eighty-six against the mariners did a once in nineteen ninety six against the Tigers. Yep Boltons plan for the Red Sox Athlete that was really his heyday. You know striking guys out after that he just got mean. Yeah yeah he did but looking at this list there is one that I actually specifically remember. Yeah was nineteen ninety. Eight with Kerry wood against the Astros. Oh everybody remembers that. Yeah that was that that was something else I remember waking up. The next morning watched sports center new was all over. The place is everywhere. Yeah Yeah it was a big deal. Let's move onto hitting for just a minute really quick we have The the question Jordan posed was what is a cycle and the full term is hit for the cycle hyphenated needed. But that's you know Nazi. Here's the deal. A cycle a cycle means that a single player hit a a single a double a triple and a home run. All in a single game All in one game. That's what cycle is now. We saw thirty nine cycles in the twenty tens que Brad Guess. How many cycles? There have been recorded in the history of baseball. Oh man like a thousand. I don't know Well first of all I think is more rare the cycle or the no hitter. I want to say no hitter is more rare. That'd be correct. Yeah especially like I WANNA see the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen seasons there was like probably seven or eight guys cycle each season case like that. So if the no no is more rare at three hundred three ever then what do you think we've got. How many how many cycles of there have been recorded in the history of baseball Four ten three thirty thousand good. Guess Oh oh man three thirty now. It's interesting how that's reflected with forty no hitters in thirty nine cycles in the previous decades. We'll see if that trend the of opposite direction. But so if you take thirty nine thirty nine out of three thirty that's eight and a half percent of all cycles have been hit. This last decade read K.. which is again commensurate right? It makes sense The last guy to do it was Kevin busy. Oh September seventeen twenty nineteen. Yeah now rookie rookie a rookie. Now do you know what's remarkable about that. Tell me other than it was a cycle which is remarkable. Yeah it is and that's the thing is as common quote unquote common as it is It's it's still really cool and still a big deal when they do it because that's awesome. Yeah going four for four in a game is hard much less getting single double triple and home run. That's and then to do it as a rookie. And then let's take it one step further and make him the second ever. Father Son duo to record a cycle. Oh yeah that's right I remember that. Yes that Craig. BG Oh yet astros. Craig Biggio did it in two thousand two in his son did in twenty nineteen Zakho Echo or what. That's fantastic. That is super cool. Yeah Okay so only one guy has hit of further cycle in a postseason game ever. Oh Man I'm not gonNa make okay as I have no idea it was actually recent. It was twenty eighteen. Brock Holt did it for the Red Sox in twenty eight call. I do remember the Mention it yeah. And I didn't know doing Razi postseason that year. He did he really did. And you haven't heard of him since but that's none of my business business okay so anyway. That's that's a huge deal hitting for the cycle and then let's cover four home run game. I think that speaks for itself. Everybody knows the four home or hold on. Let's go back to cycle quick all right okay. So wards while we're while we're talking about cycles brig do you. Home run cycle is a whole. No I don't know what that is. So home run cycle is a solo home. Run A two run home run a three run home run and a Grand Slam in a single game. Get out now no. That's not even Vidale me. That's never happened has ever happened in professional baseball. No absolutely not the word. The Sky would have fallen K.. So his never happened happened to Major League Baseball. Is that true. It's never happened to majorly okay. That's true okay. Andrew mccutchen was the closest one to ever do it with a with a solo. Home run in the first a two run in the fourth and a three hundred six but he could not get the Grand Salami. Oh my gosh. Are you kidding me. He did that he got. He got the first three but he couldn't finish off with a grand slam that and he he didn't order to one two three. That's crazy. That's I didn't know okay. I didn't know this existed. Second of all. I didn't know anybody it ever gotten this close to it. That's crazy okay. I'm ready K. K.. But it has happened in Minor League baseball no way in nineteen ninety eight and the double a game by a guy named tyrone Horne ever heard of him know whole no me neither the day tyrone Horne and then take pack your bags and go home like that. That's pretty much what happened there. Wow the minor league system where nobody knows your name. Let's right YEP which is a great book by the Way Cape However so it. It's happened in professional baseball one time but but it did happen this last decade and it happened this last year in fact in College Softball College Softball College softball. Awesome so for the Arkansas razorbacks a sophomore named Danielle Gibson..

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

10:42 min | 2 years ago

"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Yes we have is because we can watch him. I'm you see what he does. Oh Yeah I see that as a Seattle Fan Dan. I hate when the angels to see because I'm like Mike Trout's GonNa hit one home run every game because that's what he does to be in the first inning especially with Felix Looks Nana's it's out the first pitch But yeah he hits a home run to surgery center every single time he goes to Seattle. Yeah because that's that's what he can do and if it's not a home run he's getting at least a double or two he hits very well. It's the ATL and I don't think that's an outlier. He does Across the League. He's one of those guys like he's as a freak defensively balls do not drop out there. And he's not he's not stealing basis like you used to but I think I think it's a business decision. They know because he could easily be a forty forty guy and he could easily hit more home runs than he does. Even though he hit forty plus this year I think he could could hit more home runs if he wasn't hitting for transfer average hit more doubles so I think he would be. I mean we griffey was the best player in the game when he played right in his prime and we didn't have the advance stats say metrics and is because we had is is we could see that he struck fear into pitchers and there is nothing falling in the outfield. You know that he was getting everything. Now what now now hold on. Though because when Griffey played we had a guy with a larger than life personality you know we had a guy who was willing to you step outside his role on the field and be a mouthpiece and be a figurehead and be the brand you know. Build their own brand on top of the brandy was already being being a part of so. We don't have that with Mike Trout. No we don't but I do feel like his his plan on the field does enough and I don't know if griffey would have done all that stuff if he hadn't established himself as the best player in the game before that now. Maybe that's true. You know that I like guys realize well. I have this platform because I built it for myself myself. I need to use it and you know not everybody does Michael Jordan said Republicans buy shoes. He got his mouth shut. Yeah right But no griffey. I feel like everything thing he did was when he had clout as a as a star. You know he wasn't coming in. I mean he was a highly touted prospect as it was he was number one overall pick he came in. The mariners tried to keep them in the minor leagues for another year. But they couldn't 'cause they're like he's way too good we have to bring them up now so he didn't do anything as far as aw public and social justice anything because he's the one who's responsible for Jackie Robinson Day. He didn't do that as a rookie right right he had to. He established Alice report in the league with the fans with everybody before he winded anything like that but I think Mike Trout if he wanted to he could and we. It doesn't take sabermetrics to do that because like I said we can see what he does and the effect he has on every single game. He plays them so the reason I asked. This question is because I saw statistic that in the last decade he has the highest war wins above replacement out of anybody and not just is it higher but it's twenty three point four or points higher. nope excuse me. It's twenty point four points higher than the next guy on the list. And that's buster Posey which buster Posey Rosie you know is a perennial winner. The Guy Everybody knows his name and he so Mike Trout war over. The last decade was seventy seventy three point four which is insanity it's just and buster Posey's at fifty three point zero so I just I just I I sat there and I thought okay without advanced statistics and without war and without that label all in the community that rallies around it I wonder if Mike Trout would be getting as much publicity as he is and maybe he would maybe he wouldn't. I just thought it was an interesting topic. It is an interesting topic and and looking at that it makes me think the buster Posey deserves more than he gets. Yep He's terribly underrated he is an an you know. At one point he was the best catcher has turned the game Arguably still could be. He's only thirty two I've always been a huge fan of it because he's a catcher Asher right but right part is broad catchers close. Yes part of his problem is that he misses games. Like it. which you know you expect to the catcher like he had that you're broke his leg? No we had the buster Posey rule so that that might be his legacy but it should be three world series championships and Just being an all around I mean. Uh He's GonNa be a hall of Famer he's gotTa be right. Oh I mean that's the question if the new bar is Mike Trout than the nobody else. That's true you're right. What am I have to leave it at that? Mike Trout is the hall of fame. He's inner circle is he's like he's global top level. Top Shelf top-shelf Hall Shelf. That's Texas is ten four so moving on Last thing we're going to talk about is Major League league. Baseball has began toying with anti signed stealing technology that they're going to put on the field during games and we're both of us. Did a little research on this figure out. Exactly what in the world this is supposed to look like but just to give listeners at home and idea and I know I know so. If you're like me your role in your is already like the sentence I uttered made you made you gasp in horror. And I hope that your commute didn't and tragically because their reaction but listen. You're no don't you miss with this. So so what they're talking about doing is using technology to beat technology. Basically right is going going to be these low tech and high tech science dealing techniques Now Brad they've talked about light signals. That only the defense can see they've talked about Actual like a FOB almost like a like a good device that spits out a number combination the guys holding their pockets or whatever What what are your thoughts on using tech to defeat beat science dealing? That's all just so complicated. Like I was reading the article. I I think I sent it to you. I can't remember where he was talking about like. Oh these are for all these. Are All possibilities. You know that we could. We could use a keypad and like you said the fog and lights like yeah if they can't the pitchers and catchers get cross up right now anyway with. Oh yeah you know I guess you can now call him. The primitive signs but with lights flashing. What if a guy blinks links? What if he misses it? I don't know and oh I don't know it seems a way too complicated. Maybe just make your signs more complex. Well they're already already heavily complex they are on the inning and the situation and the guy at the plate and which is blowing wind. You whether lags are blowing our land. So we're going to go third signing me. Gator that's Oregon with tonight. Yeah we're going to swipe up to add one. WE'RE GOING TO SWIPE DOWN JOHN DE MINUS ONE. Plus I blinked three times so don't screw that up anyway And and what if these things with the battery dies on the FOB. Though if you what if you slide into tag somebody right you make a diving catch and you break the thing. I don't know I think it's stupid. Yeah it's complicated We mentioned a little bit earlier about David Samson. And he he likes it before he was the president of the Marlins he's on the competition committee and he said that they've pitched before no pun intended. Using earpieces like using the NFL. He'll their their quarterback says he had the earpieces but I guess pitchers complained about being uncomfortable. which you know it's position you've got to be comfortable and but catchers could easily you know just put it in their helmet like Villawood in the NFL? I wonder if there's a way you could put a microphone on top like in your hat and then like a speaker in your hat and like transfers because I know that but I know that like you can have sound travel through your skull and you can hear it. Yeah right through your bone bone conduction. Yeah Yeah Bunk Induction. Yeah I wonder if they could do that with a microphone. That's placed in their hat that they are sorry. QC microphone. I mean speaker. So they can so that they can do bone conduction and then here it that way. I don't know pretty fancy Brad. It is pretty fancy. But it's also not nearly as this complex as blinking lights and key-fobs and here's my issue with it okay. Sign stealing has always been a part of baseball in if you have a runner on second. Who's been paying attention? The whole you know four or five innings and a guys tipping his pitches or you know the catchers given away the sign. Y were moved the possibility of that from the game. That is absurd to me and Bhai doing these measures you will remove that entire dynamic and that is wrong wrong. In my opinion I totally agree and I think it's as much of a part of baseball as sunflower seeds And I and I can share my I my experience of science stealing we get to but but it. It adds another level of complexity to the game. It's fun but let's go ahead and take a break and we'll get more into science dealing TACO bell with the Red Sox the Astros and just kind of how is rampant immediately baseball. And let's take a break. 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"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

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"episode thirty two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"I am Brig and as usual. I got Brad here with me. That's right I'm here in excited to be here today. We're GONNA talk about Chris. Bryant's grievance we're GONNA get into some Venezuelan his wayland base brawling. And then we're GonNa talk about science dealing and more signs dealing and then some signs stealing so stay tuned so much science dealing. Oh Okay Brad tell us about Kris Bryant. You have a lot of information about this and He's kind of upset. I think and I think he has every right to be upset. So this is what's going on. He's filed a grievance the his agent our hero Scott Boras Scotty be it says a lot about what's going on here k you ready for this. So what we had happen is Kris. Bryant made his Major League debut In two thousand fifteen on April seventeenth. Okay so the way majorly contracts work because players get sent up and down before they actually become like a regular on the roster right. Usually baseball does what's called service time game. So what is service time break. It's a good question. Tell US oh service. Time is exactly what it sounds like. It's the number of days in a year or number of years and days you've been on. MLB Roster so this. I'm reading this right now. On FAN GRAPHS DOT COM says. There are usually about one hundred eighty three days in an MLB season but a player can only earn a maximum of one hundred hundred seventy two days per year so there's right kind of an eleven day grace period teams there that if they call up their star within the first eleven days he still gets a whole year In that rookie contract. That'll be his first official year on his rookie contract if he gets one hundred seventy two days or more four K.. Kris Bryant like I said made his debut on April seventeenth. Two thousand seven two thousand fifteen ready for the day that that the The cubbies started that season. Yes April fifth. So that is he got called up. Twelve days into the season he was only able to crew maximum maximum of one hundred and seventy one days. Why is this important? You ask let me I tell you why this is important break. If he had gotten one hundred seventy two days in that season that would have been like I said his first official season in the the big leagues his first full season in the big leagues. And then he would be become a free agent sooner instead by doing that. They tacked on an extra extra year of his rookie contract. So instead of becoming a free agent in twenty twenty one he's going to be an agent a free agent in twenty twenty two so he filed the grievance even so I guess it with his agent Scott Boris to Major League baseball saying that the cubs were manipulating his service. Time while they were they were exactly if it right I I mean. It's very clear that they were and yeah. Yeah Yeah but what I saw is that they're saying that he's GONNA lose. He's going to lose this grievance so he's not going to be a free agent twenty twenty two I believe that's true the he's GonNa lose grievance that's true yeah I think he will lose now. I didn't say that I thought that was the right right decision. I just think that's what will happen K.. Everybody leave me alone but I think no. I think that's true. I think that he will lose. I but I think this will be another situation where we need to another thing. We're GONNA talk about in the collective bargaining agreement. Yeah I think I think service time is going to be a big thing with the CPA as it comes up because it it's it's pretty messed up. Okay so you showed me Samson's podcast today. Yes David Sam says nothing personal for anybody WHO's interested goal is that he was cast. He explained a little bit of his theory on. What's going on with the collective bargaining agreement in a situation and I think that Major League Baseball's decision to deny him in his claim right to to shut down his grievance is going is just more posturing right? It's more. It's more the pieces on the board if you will Evidence to say yeah. This is why we have to see. See One of our star. Third Baseman K.. Is is super angry right. And he's using his influence with his fans to level that grievance on a social scale so we can't have that right. We don't want an upset fan base because of one upset player how many thousands of fans are going to be upset now. See don't we need to to address the situation. So I think both sides the players and Major League Baseball are going to use this to their advantage. I don't know exactly how but that's what it feels like. Yeah and it. It's tricky right because you don't necessarily know how they're going to use it but on the same time I could see the players association saying here's a player who could have cashed in and got bigger paycheck a year earlier if his if his time hadn't been manipulated. You say it wasn't but he was a day short when he was clearly ready to come up on opening day. Oh Yeah for sure and nobody there to fill his slot. That was better. Oh Yeah for sure. I mean he was the rookie of the year finished eleventh in the MVP race and was an all star as a rookie and then he won the NBA his second season. Like there's nobody on that roster is going to be better than him nope but but then I can see the the owners saying well you know but this allows us to have more salary or salary flexibility because we don't WanNa go into the luxury tax and we'll have more money to spend on other players if we still have him on his rookie contract Blah Blah Blah. You know so I can see where both sides would come from this but at the same time. Like there's gotta be some way if you bring up a guy and he only gets one hundred seventy one days of service in his first season got to build a round up or something I don't know but then maybe they will maybe would have kept him down there longer and said well. You're not coming up till August so right in it because of the way it set up the player's GonNa lose this every time and it doesn't matter where Major League baseball draws a line in the sand and it doesn't matter how many pickets Major League Baseball or the Players Association rather decides to throw up. This is going to be in control of the decision maker. Every time right Kris Bryant was a triple a ball player working desperately relate to get up to the major leagues. He was his contract owned by the Chicago cubs. They make the decision. It's always gonNA be that way. Yeah Yep Yep so I feel like he should be upset but again like what are you GonNa do. Yeah and there are players who in grievances for one reason or another but unfortunately he's not GonNa win this one and and nothing's going to change for now as far as that goes and it and I don't think is a situation where well that's just the way it's always been is going to be used. I I think that's true. Well that's just the way it's always been. That's the way we do things right. That's the nature of baseball right now and has been for a long time. But I don't think doc like even though that's not good enough that's not all the full story either you know. Yeah and we've seen it since then too we saw with Legros Junior It may have been the case Boba chat. I'm not entirely sure Because he got calls very quick after so yeah. I don't know it's kind of a bummer. Are these guys have to deal with that but like we said hopefully we'll see something in the CBI so Brad. Did you see this thing that happened in Venezuela with the catcher and the the guy at the plate. Yeah I suppose that video on the on the group. Oh yeah that's right that's right. I couldn't believe that first off. Actually we happened. I remember we used to talk about that. High school be like. Oh you have one bullet in the ball but I can bring a whole army with me amount if I want like. Yeah but never would and he did did his whole army on the catcher glued in a crouched position behind him. So okay for those of you. That don't know what's going on. We got baseball the Professional Baseball League in Venezuela. Whatever it's called I guess is known for its Sort of blurred lines on on these old school baseball rules. And sort of what's okay and what's not okay. And and the point is this guy gets up to the plate wait and gets hit by a pitch and instead of thrown is back down or approaching the mound or any of that he turns around bat in hand and and takes two swings at the catcher shocking. And let's put this into a little bit more perspective here. The batter's name was Alex Romero. Oh yeah he had as they say a cup of coffee with the Arizona diamondbacks so he's been in the right before he should know better than this. Oh for sure hi. This is totally ridiculous but maybe his attitude is why he's not in the big leagues anymore. Could be yeah but brig so why. I don't understand this you're little. You're more into psychology side of things than I am. I feel like why why does stuff like to happen in Venezuela like not you know. I'm not saying that there's always a catcher. It's getting beaten with a bat. But like you said the the lions are kind of blurry in Venezuela right what do you think it is about out Venezuela that makes that kind of stuff happened. Well okay. I've been thinking a lot about that. That's interesting question and for those of you. Listening bread did not prep me for that question but I think I think what's going on. Is that for years now. Venezuela has been chaotic. It's everything about its environment is is unstable right now and it has been for a while so I think that the environment plays a huge huge role in this guy's from Venezuela. If I remember right the Romero so he buki grew up in this environment where it was Kinda doggy dog. You know and on. And he's worked his way up to the big leagues and then and then he got let left behind by Major League baseball and he's backed down in Venezuela and so you know maybe that's where his career ends. I don't know but so I think that a couple of things going on first of all he's angry. Maybe with baseball. I Dunno second of of all He may be has some behavioral problems attitude problems or whatever that caused that separation and then he. He's living in an environment environment and is playing now in an environment. Where chaos reigns supreme like like we know that players players that go down to Venezuela and even other places it's not always Venezuela but they got to have security details with them and they they you know they have to live really only small and tight? They don't go out much or they end up like David Ortiz. You know yeah so. I don't know I think that I think it's environmental as much as it is anything. I totally agree with you. I think that's really what it is. It's it's environmental and like you said it's very unstable doggy. Dog Down there and it's just kind of integrity that you you kind of have like Major League Baseball. I can't remember if they actually went through with it or I remember. They were talking about going into the offseason that they weren't going to let players go down to Venezuela and play this year. Sure Yeah that that's pretty common place for guys to go like you know you can play during the wintertime and work on whatever. Get your reps in But Major League Baseball said no not this year. It's not I don't know if they I don't know if they pulled the trigger on that I I don't know I know it was talked about but yeah but I think that's. That's the big reason why it's on stable and and there have been players have been kidnapped and they've had family members kidnapped if you read or listen to the book blood export. You'll hear some crazy stuff about that. Oh Yeah we're GONNA talk about bloodsport yes we will. Yep So next the question for you and this is a question I did not prepare Brad for I WANNA know without sabermetrics or any of these advanced. Statistics does Mike Trout. Get the same amount of public support. That he has right. Now yes and do.

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