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"felix bautista" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:11 min | 5 hrs ago

"felix bautista" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Expand that strike zone just a tiny bit once in a while if he needs to drive in a run, knowing there are all sorts of good hitters in this lineup. I think he's going to get more pitches to him. And I think he's going to be an even better offensive player than he asked at this point. And that is really saying something. All right, how about the Orioles that win the first game of that series against the Toronto Blue Jays? Just keep rolling. They trade trade, see any they trade their closer. They keep on rolling. It's an amazing story. I'm going there tonight just to see what the heck is going on here and how they can be doing this. But just look at the guys who hit Homer's last night. I mean, they had three guys. They got a bunch of guys with ten or more homers. They don't have those spectacular offensive players, but they find a way to score runs. Felix Bautista closed last night because Jorge Lopez is gone. They're starting pitching. Their ERA in the month of August buster. I know we've just started the month is right around two. This was a team with historically bad pitching last year. And now it's pretty darn good. So the story is tremendous Brandon high deserves a lot of credit. He took a lot of losses, his one loss record looks horrendous and they're staying with him because when they get good, he deserves to be there. And right now they're pretty good. Yeah, and I love it for him. The fact that he's there is they turn the corner and they're having success because he earned that. That means he absolutely weathered some lean years there. That's a great story, a not great story over the weekend. Pete Rose, going back to Philadelphia in his first appearance in the field since the franchise scrapped 2017 plans to honor him because of a woman's allegations. She had a sexual relationship with him when she was a minor. Here's Pete Rose being asked about that. You are human. You were asked before the game about how you thought some of the sexual allegations against June 2017 would affect the way fans or women view. I'm going to tell you one more time. I'm here for the Philly fans. I'm here for my teammates, okay? I'm here for Philly organization. And who cares what happened 50 years ago? You weren't even born. So you shouldn't be talking about it because you work more. And if you don't know a damn thing about it, don't talk about it. So before that, Tim rose was asked by Alex coffee terrific writer for the Philadelphia inquirer about whether it was appropriate for him to be there, given that the revelation that the woman made about sexual relationship with him and his response to her was it was 55 years ago, babe, and rose later asked her if he had offended her and offered to sign a thousand baseballs for forgiveness. Tim, I just absorbing all this and stuff he said on air, which had to be delayed 7 second delay and bleeped out. I gotta be honest, I don't know why teams invite him back to ballparks anymore because he always steps in it no matter what, no matter what situation you put him in. Yeah, it's really unfortunate. His timing as a player was impeccable. And his timing since he's retired could not be worse. Unfortunately, for everyone around him, he says the wrong thing at the wrong time all the time. This is not a one time thing. And. It really, really hurt that return to Philadelphia for those other guys because he became the story because he said and did the wrong thing at the wrong time. It's a shame. Yeah, and I can tell you this. Some of the players were with him with the reds back in the day that for years they've chafed at this whole conversation about P rose and the Hall of Fame because it comes up every time that they're asked about the Hall of Fame, you know, about Pete, the conversation thought about the greatness of that team they played on. It's not about individuals on the team other than Pete Rose. And maybe it's time for Pete Rose to just stay away because he creates these situations all the time. And I got to say I felt bad for Alex coffee as well because she's just asked very direct questions of Pete Rose and he could have handled them any way one of them, but he handled them badly and then when this was placed on Twitter, yeah, Twitter followers going after her, Tim, she didn't deserve that. No, she asked the correct question and the and the context of the question was correct. Given that there was a delay in Pete Rose returning to Philadelphia because of this issue and all she did was bring up the issues. So she was very much in the right for asking the question and she asked it properly and she should not be slammed for that. No, and the idiots who were slamming her on social media. I mean, they're a joke. The way they responded to her, asking that question. All right, I want to ask you about Jason Hayward and his legacy with Chicago Cubs. We heard from Jed Hoyer yesterday that the cubs and Hayward have agreed that this will be his last season with the team. He's under contract through 2023. But they've decided to let him go, he's 32 years old, jet Hoyer says he wants to give him a chance to land with another team, so what do you make of all this? Well, I'm not surprised and I think it's the right move because I think Jason Heyward needs to go somewhere else if he's going to resurrect his career. He will be known as one of the best defensive outfielders of his time is great teammate. We all know that and the famous speech, short as it was during The Rain delay in 2016, was important. And he stepped forward and said a few words and I think it helped the cubs win the World Series for the first time in over a hundred years. But he hasn't been in the offensive player. We thought it would be maybe if he goes somewhere else, somebody else can take that swing, which is a complicated swing with a lot of moving parts and help him fix it, but I'm okay with the cubs or what they're doing.

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Fresh update on "felix bautista" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:34 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "felix bautista" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Expand that strike zone just a tiny bit once in a while if he needs to drive in a run, knowing there are all sorts of good hitters in this lineup. I think he's going to get more pitches to him. And I think he's going to be an even better offensive player than he asked at this point. And that is really saying something. All right, how about the Orioles that win the first game of that series against the Toronto Blue Jays? Just keep rolling. They trade trade, see any they trade their closer. They keep on rolling. It's an amazing story. I'm going there tonight just to see what the heck is going on here and how they can be doing this. But just look at the guys who hit Homer's last night. I mean, they had three guys. They got a bunch of guys with ten or more homers. They don't have those spectacular offensive players, but they find a way to score runs. Felix Bautista closed last night because Jorge Lopez is gone. They're starting pitching. Their ERA in the month of August buster. I know we've just started the month is right around two. This was a team with historically bad pitching last year. And now it's pretty darn good. So the story is tremendous Brandon high deserves a lot of credit. He took a lot of losses, his one loss record looks horrendous and they're staying with him because when they get good, he deserves to be there. And right now they're pretty good. Yeah, and I love it for him. The fact that he's there is they turn the corner and they're having success because he earned that. That means he absolutely weathered some lean years there. That's a great story, a not great story over the weekend. Pete Rose, going back to Philadelphia in his first appearance in the field since the franchise scrapped 2017 plans to honor him because of a woman's allegations. She had a sexual relationship with him when she was a minor. Here's Pete Rose being asked about that. You are human. You were asked before the game about how you thought some of the sexual allegations against June 2017 would affect the way fans or women view. I'm going to tell you one more time. I'm here for the Philly fans. I'm here for my teammates, okay? I'm here for Philly organization. And who cares what happened 50 years ago? You weren't even born. So you shouldn't be talking about it because you work more. And if you don't know a damn thing about it, don't talk about it. So before that, Tim rose was asked by Alex coffee terrific writer for the Philadelphia inquirer about whether it was appropriate for him to be there, given that the revelation that the woman made about sexual relationship with him and his response to her was it was 55 years ago, babe, and rose later asked her if he had offended her and offered to sign a thousand baseballs for forgiveness. Tim, I just absorbing all this and stuff he said on air, which had to be delayed 7 second delay and bleeped out. I gotta be honest, I don't know why teams invite him back to ballparks anymore because he always steps in it no matter what, no matter what situation you put him in. Yeah, it's really unfortunate. His timing as a player was impeccable. And his timing since he's retired could not be worse. Unfortunately, for everyone around him, he says the wrong thing at the wrong time all the time. This is not a one time thing. And. It really, really hurt that return to Philadelphia for those other guys because he became the story because he said and did the wrong thing at the wrong time. It's a shame. Yeah, and I can tell you this. Some of the players were with him with the reds back in the day that for years they've chafed at this whole conversation about P rose and the Hall of Fame because it comes up every time that they're asked about the Hall of Fame, you know, about Pete, the conversation thought about the greatness of that team they played on. It's not about individuals on the team other than Pete Rose. And maybe it's time for Pete Rose to just stay away because he creates these situations all the time. And I got to say I felt bad for Alex coffee as well because she's just asked very direct questions of Pete Rose and he could have handled them any way one of them, but he handled them badly and then when this was placed on Twitter, yeah, Twitter followers going after her, Tim, she didn't deserve that. No, she asked the correct question and the and the context of the question was correct. Given that there was a delay in Pete Rose returning to Philadelphia because of this issue and all she did was bring up the issues. So she was very much in the right for asking the question and she asked it properly and she should not be slammed for that. No, and the idiots who were slamming her on social media. I mean, they're a joke. The way they responded to her, asking that question. All right, I want to ask you about Jason Hayward and his legacy with Chicago Cubs. We heard from Jed Hoyer yesterday that the cubs and Hayward have agreed that this will be his last season with the team. He's under contract through 2023. But they've decided to let him go, he's 32 years old, jet Hoyer says he wants to give him a chance to land with another team, so what do you make of all this? Well, I'm not surprised and I think it's the right move because I think Jason Heyward needs to go somewhere else if he's going to resurrect his career. He will be known as one of the best defensive outfielders of his time is great teammate. We all know that and the famous speech, short as it was during The Rain delay in 2016, was important. And he stepped forward and said a few words and I think it helped the cubs win the World Series for the first time in over a hundred years. But he hasn't been in the offensive player. We thought it would be maybe if he goes somewhere else, somebody else can take that swing, which is a complicated swing with a lot of moving parts and help him fix it, but I'm okay with the cubs or what they're doing.

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Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 18 hrs ago

Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays

"The Orioles had four home runs to back the pitching of Jordan lyles as they beat the Blue Jays 7 to four Ramon urias got the Orioles going with the three run blast in the first off starter and loser you say kikuchi Anthony Santander and Ryan Malcolm went back to back in the third and Austin Hayes hit a solo shot in the 6th We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple of months and we're just continuing to play good baseball The Blue Jays got homers from Kevin biggio and Matt Chapman lyles improves the 9 and 8 Felix Bautista earned his 5th save Craig heist Baltimore

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Fresh update on "felix bautista" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "felix bautista" discussed on AP News Radio

" The Orioles had four home runs to back the pitching of Jordan lyles as they beat the Blue Jays 7 to four Ramon urias got the Orioles going with the three run blast in the first off starter and loser you say kikuchi, Anthony Santander and Ryan Malcolm went back to back in the third and Austin Hayes hit a solo shot in the 6th. We're going out expecting to win every game, so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple of months and we're just continuing to play good baseball. The Blue Jays got homers from Kevin biggio and Matt Chapman lyles improves the 9 and 8 Felix Bautista earned his 5th save. Craig heist Baltimore

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Orioles hold off Pirates 1-0 for 4th straight victory

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

Orioles hold off Pirates 1-0 for 4th straight victory

"De Kramer led the Orioles to their fourth straight win a one zero verdict over the pirates Kramer pitched into the 7th inning and allowed four hits He recorded 14 consecutive outs after getting into a one out first and third jam in the second inning Ramon urea singled home the game's only run in the 6th inning After the Orioles squandered several chances early in the game Felix Bautista put two runners out of the knife before picking up the save Mitch Keller allowed a run in 8 hits over 6 innings to fall to three and 8 I'm Dave ferry

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Mancini finishes homestand in style as Orioles top Rays 3-0

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Mancini finishes homestand in style as Orioles top Rays 3-0

"Dray Mancini hit an inside the park home run to help lead the Orioles to a three zero win over the rays taking three of four from Tampa Jordan lyles pitched into the 6th to earn his 7th win and the Orioles bullpen was dominant again with Felix Bautista earning a four out save Mancini could be dealt by the trade deadline next week I'm just going to go out there every day and keep playing for this team and the name across my chest You know because I love the city and the team and a lot of these guys in here Ryan Yarborough suffered the loss to fall to Owen 6 the rays left ten on base and they finished out at two and 5 road trip Craig heist Baltimore

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Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6

"Anthony Santander had a three run walk off Homer off Lucas litke in the 9th as the Orioles beat the Yankees 9 to 6 to avoid a four game sweep DJ le mayu tied the game at 6 6 with an RBI single in the top of the 9th off Jorge Lopez Brandon Hyde's team salvaged the final game of the series against the hottest team in baseball We lost three pretty close game two one run games here against the Yankees and then when the last game of the series hopefully we can start to continue to take these sort of bats going forward John Carlos Stanton singled homered and drove in three runs for New York Robinson Shireen had a two run Homer for the Orioles Felix Bautista got the win to even his record at one and one Craig heist Baltimore

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