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Flaherty Earns MLB Leading 8th Win as Cardinals Beat Pirates 8-5
"Jack Flaherty allows two runs over six innings and strikes out seven of the cardinals eight to five win over the pirates flirty leads Major League Baseball with eight wins his records now eight note the Redbirds hit three RBIs for Tommy admitted two runs batted in by Paul Goldschmidt as they defeat the pirates for the fifth time in five meetings this season Gregory Polanco hits a two run home run a drive said three for Pittsburgh Trevor Cahill gives up four runs at one plus inning to take the loss he's now wanted by Alex Reyes records the number thirteen Mike Reeves St Louis
Flaherty's 7th Wins Lifts Cards as Burnes Walks 1st Batter
"The cardinals scored one run in each the first and ninth innings and that stood up for starting pitcher Jack Flaherty am the bullpen in a two nothing shut out of the brewers flirty moved his record to seven and all who gave up four hits over six innings and I'll do all brewers starter Corbin Burnes brewers put two on in the bottom of the ninth inning brought the go ahead run to the plate before cardinal closer Alex Ramos got out of the jam and got the save birds who took the loss also set a major league record struck out fifty eight before yielding his first walk of the season Chuck Freeman the walking
"flaherty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Flaherty. Big wind up on the pitch breaking ball in the dirt. The curve, Mrs 212. Well, it's Mother's Day weekend Mother's weekend. If you will, on a course there'll be a lot of Celebrating for the moms on Sunday. For Jack Flaherty, the Cardinals pitcher, and Austin Gamber, the Rockies pitcher. Get this delivery into mad Adam swinging animus on an off speed pitch and Matt becomes the second strikeout victim. For Jack Flaherty. But both Jack Clarity and Austin Gamber. Raised by single moms. Clarity was adopted as a three week old baby. And He and a brother also adopted raised by a single mom and In Austin Garber's case. Parents split up when he was 10 years old and both guys say they would not be in baseball today without what their mothers did for them. Austin Congress is my mother's so stubborn. That's where I get it from. All 12 Josh for Uintas. Man. He'll swing it a slider and followed Theo even the count. Bombs or something, aren't they? Well, they do so much, you know, especially when you talk in the In this day and age in terms of Children. And their activities. There's the pitch down, and it's driven to center field..
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"One edition of the program and we continue with jack flaherty. If you missed part. One of our conversation had to guess. Today's show monday show and listen to the first part of our visit with jack we watched the nba. All star game in the slam dunk contest. Is we talked all sorts of different stuff and we'll jump back into it with jack hint. Just don't forget. Subscribe to the scoops at daily mac. Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Hit subscribe lever of you take a screenshot and tweak me at c. h. r. e. Plenty of cardinals stuff throughout the rest of this week as we get more and more deep into the spring training schedule and closer to the regular season and with that we jump back into our conversation with jack flirty talking all things everything starting.
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Dot com is the monday march. Eighth twenty twenty one edition of the program. And we're hanging out with jack. Flirty today jumped on zoom with jack last night for about an hour and a half or so while we were hanging out watching the nba all star game the dunk contest and just talking about all sorts of stuff. So jack clerides going to be with me in just a moment always enjoy having him on the program part one of our long talk deep dive. We do a bunch of different drafts. We talk all sorts of stuff. Think you'll really really enjoy it. That comes your in just a moment. do not forget. Subscribe to the chris rock show by subscribing to the scoops with dana. Amac podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Just hit subscribe lever review semi a screenshot. you can always get me on twitter at c. h. r. a. b. c. h. r. a. b. e. Give me a follow and interact with the show. Interact with us as we bring you the latest from the cardinals and more as we head towards spring training. So let's get to it again. A deep dive with our guy. Jack flaherty part one of two. We begin watching the dunk contest last night at halftime of the nba. All star game. And that's right now. Chris rabies show on scoops. With danny mac dot com. What.
Biden announces all-female White House communications team
"The newly minted. Staffers named to the white house office of digital strategy included number of longtime democratic operatives. Many of whom worked for biden's presidential campaign. The group will be asked not only to recreate the digital operation that helped defeat donald but to build out an operation that follows a president who wielded more social media power than any of his predecessors which is what he's done unfortunately so rob flaherty who worked as the digital director of the biden campaign. He's gonna assume. The role of director of digital strategy white house. Jaime lopez will work as director platforms and brandon cohen who previously served as the deputy director of editorial on the biden campaign. He's going to serve as a platform manager of the digital operation. So they're going to be joined by. Jonathan hebron as video director and chronic would as the creative director both of whom held similar roles on the biden campaign as he was running. Biden's digital team is expected to focus on many of the same tactics and help the former vice president's campaign working directly with digital content creators and influencers to expand the administration's reach this builds on work. That was done in the final years of the obama administration where the president would routinely appear on platforms outside the normal venues for the commander in chief. And i think we're learning through like amc and a lot of people that like tiktok and those streaming things are going to be a good way to reach the younger generation. So there's a host of other digital operatives that are going to fill out this office of digital strategy. We got visors designer livia raizner as traveling content director without rebecca rank vic and christian tom as the deputy directors of digital strategy and cameron trimble as the director of digital engagement. All worked on biden's campaign and biden said today after being briefed on foreign policy that he's facing considerable roadblocks to transition especially from trump allies in the pentagon and the office of management and budget. So i honestly. I don't think joe biden is going to be silent about these issues. He's clearly frustrated with the interference from outgoing loser. And i think he's gonna start beginning more vocal about it. Yeah this is kind of an interesting signal right. Because everyone's like oh he's gonna be for unity and he's just going to ignore all that stuff and be super kind but he was kind of pissed today in his public remarks. He's like yeah. I'm facing roadblocks in the middle of a deadly pandemic from the assholes at the pentagon
"flaherty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And Flaherty explains this panel of experts of very smart, infectious disease experts and doctors. Pediatricians. They were all asked one question which is looking at the data of this vaccine. Do the benefits outweigh the risks? And the majority voted? Yes, those experts are urging more research on the vaccine. But right now there are record 107,000 people in the U. S. Hospitalized with covert 19 more than 3000 people have died in each of the last Two days equivalent of deaths of having a 9 11 tragedy each and every day that's Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. His city saw record number of new cases Thursday more than 12,800 in Washington. Still no economic relief bill in place with the current unemployment benefits that to run out December, 26th. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday. We need more time than we take more time. But we have to have a bill and we cannot go home without it. ABC is confirmed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell signal through staff. He is not in favor of a $908 billion bipartisan proposal for states sued by Texas in a bid to overturn the results of the election, a suit that's been backed up by Republican attorney generals and at least 17 other states are now responding more from ABC is Mary Bruce, the Pennsylvania attorney general, calling the case quote, mood meritless and dangerous. He calls it a seditious abuse of the judicial process. Adding the Texas does not seek to have the court interpret the constitution so much as disregarded and finally calls this entire case legally indefensible and an affront to the principles of constitutional democracy. 40 year old Brandon Bernard, executed by the federal government for his role in the 1999 double murder, despite pleas for clemency from his supporters, You're listening to ABC News. Okay.
"flaherty" Discussed on TRAINED
"Do you have any thoughts on best practices for night shift or who still wants to feel healthy rested and fit for instance. Is it better to flip to a normal schedule. When i'm not working. Are there supplements or nutritional. Modifications recommend any information be greatly appreciated. Stay safe and healthy. Thank kristie for the question is a great question because i know it affects an upwards of twenty five percent of the population that are night shift workers. And i know what's difficult about. This is you're constantly hearing information about. How positive sleep is for us and how important it is for well being and actually you know in terms of health and vitality and yet you're in a role that doesn't allow that to happen and it's tough to wrap what research has shown over the past few years studying night shift workers. They find that it does alter gene expression. And that we don't flip rhythms be able adapt today sleeping and so it's really really difficult to really understand why you're feeling impaired in terms of your performance decision-making knowing that you're trying to get as much as you possibly can but you're just not getting used to the bummer about it. Is that your body. Probably isn't going to get used to it. And so it's really important to just do the best. You can to simulate night during the day so blackout shades asleep visor. Soundproofing the room as best. You can and just trying to have an honest conversation with your family that like how important it is for you to get a minimum of five hours of sleep and they do the best they can to kind of keep that area of the house or your room as quiet as it possibly can. During that time you want to try to be as natural as possible in any supplements or medications. That would help you. Sleep aren't going to be long term beneficial for you. You did mention getting back to normal schedule. You're not working. I would highly advise that is actually reach out to one of our sleep. Experts tasked them your question and what they did say. Was that on your off days. You should try to get as much sleep.
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"You know finally come out and end up like this current I can be happier with. One, another happening today and With the cardinals and then I'm sure. In this very very near future we we will discuss that and you know decisions will be made. Jack last thing for you and I'll let you go in and get back to. Celebrate with Your Family Michael Wocka pitch tonight for the cardinals. Adam wainwright pitch yesterday for cardinals and they obviously have some good young arms in the organization. As you alluded to earlier, what do you know about the cardinals just your impression now having a potentially the opportunity to join this organization that develops pitchers as well as they do I mean, it's an unbelievable organization I mean you just named to the? Top Guy Top pitchers in MLB and. Michael Wocka. Walker was just in the draft a few years ago. Is Kinda crazy to think about but Saint Louis and unbelievable organization unbelievable cities fans are. Maybe the best in the game and I'm just I'm excited to be a part of it everybody who's a part of the cardinals loves it and I know I'm GonNa, love it to Jack Flair congratulations again man I know cardinal fans are really excited best of luck at graduation tomorrow. Like I said, it's an exciting couple of days. Everyone can follow you on twitter and we gotta get you to a couple of thousand followers at Jack Nine flaherty. We appreciate the time buddy enjoy the time tonight with the family and we'll see and Saint Louis real soon. Thank you appreciate it. You ask that you ask that tough question to eighteen year old just got who can't even breathe trying to answer that question and I. Oh my goodness what question? Hey man you know that's the is it going to take some convincing to get you to sign and skip out on college? Like..
Jogger Records Video After Being Stopped by ICE Agents
"City Councilor Michael Flaherty, calling this unlawful, outrageous and inexcusable. He's talking about an incident earlier this week when a black man was stopped by a group of men while he was out jogging in West Roxbury on the V F W Parkway. Initially, the man says he didn't know who the men were or if they were legitimate law enforcement. W. B Z Sherry Small reports, he says. It took them a long time to show any sort of ID. I tried to stop me that's been umbrella in a video posted to Facebook on Tuesday. The partial video shows a prelude who is black, being stopped while jogging in West Roxbury by three men in an unmarked SUV. The men claiming to be ice agents reportedly showed their ice badges and claimed a prelude fit the description of a suspect the Facebook video, sparking anger. Was unacceptable in so many ways from City Hall. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh called the video disturbing. It violates someone's rights just because of the color of their skin. Incidents like this have no place in our city have no place for this in our country, quite honestly from City Hall, Sherry Small W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio in
Celebrating Indigenous filmmakers at TIFF
"For people who aren't familiar with Thomas King's book the inconvenient Indian, how do you describe it? It's a difficult book to describe because Thomas covers so much ground but really it's the history of colonization in North America but told through his lens so he uses humor I. It's funny. He says to me he always disarms people with his humor, and then he pulls out the knife and. I really feel that that expresses the book in the best way because there can be a moment where you're just running along listening to historian. He's a fantastic storyteller, and then you're laughing and next thing you know it's a Gut Punch and I feel that capture the spirit of indigenous people we go through a lot of things and it can be really tough but we always have the ability to laugh at it and we have such a good sense of. Humor despite some of the atrocities we end up living in our lives and I feel like, Thomas Really encapsulates Ivan this book and do you remember when you first picked up the book and read it and you know what impact it had on you I do I read it around the time it first came out and it was not long after that that I ended up going to standing rock to document the occupation against the Dakota access pipeline there and I'd never thought about making the book into a film but when I was in standing rock, I saw a lot of those ideas that are in Thomas's. Enacted on the ground in the front lines and when I came back from standing rock. I guess that was when I really started to think about making it into a film and the book the inconvenient Indian it's pretty genre defying. It's you know unconventional in so many ways it blends history and humor and personal narrative from Thomas Kings perspective. How did you approach adapting all of those things from the book to the Big Screen? Yeah, it was actually very intimidating in the beginning when Jesse, Wendy and Stuart Henderson the producers of the film when they approached me to adopt the book. My initial reaction was I'm not a historian I'm not an academic I can't do this, and then on the publisher sent me an illustrated version of the book and those illustrations spanned everything from Thomas? King's own photographs in his travels to old posters from the original land settlement posters when candidate was trying to entice settlers to come here and occupy lands and I think that got me really thinking about the history that. Media has played in the misrepresentation of Dennis peoples in this country. One of my favorite moments in the film is a hunting scene, and early in the film, You bring in a clip from the nineteen twenty, two movie nuke of the North, and that movie represents the Innuendo as primitive but you show us a contemporary hunting scene So you kind of flip the script and Wayne. Can You? Can you tell us why? Was that important to show contemporary hunting nook of the north is an interesting film because when that was being recorded, it was considered one of the first feature documentaries and and it was recorded from Robert Flaherty who was asking people to hunt with spears, and when at the time they were actually hunting with rifles and so he was actually setting them back in time and this is where I think this. This perpetuates the stereotype that. People are stuck in the past where this nineteenth century representation of a dead Indiana's I use those words meaning the Thomas. King words from his book dead Indian or we're stuck with leathers and feathers, and we're a stereotypical romanticized version of ourselves but we exist in the now and many of our cultural practices and traditions are existing with us right now
"flaherty" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And what I like about the Cardinals, you know weird to shear ever is. We have probably the Best mix ever of veterans. And young players. I don't know we have anybody in the middle of all young players or true veterans like Wainwright, Molina Goldsman, you know. It's an interesting team, but the pitching I think what it's going to come down too early. All right. So you have Flaherty and Michalis and Hudson Wainwright. Carlos Martinez. I mean, you've got there's no question you got Cem Cem arms there. Ah, Cardinals 30 to 1 to win the Siri's and 8 to 1 to win the National league. So I guess there's great odds if you think about you're only a woman, but yet the Syriza's 31. If you get there, you can add to the other side, right? Exactly. That's what that's what I would do. In other words, I wouldn't even waste time. If you're going to get the garden, right. That's exactly what a great great Point right there. If you're going to bet the Cardinals to win the National League Ready. Tow one. Forget about it. Just bet him to win the World Series at 30 to 1 they get to the Siri's. You know, you've got a great chance to hedge back, You're going to be able to make some money. Ah, yeah, that's that's a good point. I agree with you on that one. You see my little Mets or 10 to 1 to win the National League and win the Siri's. There's 16 to 1, so they're the opposite. I'd rather let them to win the National League attended correct There you go. Robbery. She Dodgers and Yankees both at 72 So naturally, that's what you know they loved it. They loved to see somehow Dodgers in Yankees boy right wanting that forever and be ironic if they got in the shortest season ever. Worst case scenario is the Astros get to the Siri's Right, Right? Yeah, that's ah. I don't know the answers. We're gonna have a lot of walks this year because they're going to get being. Yeah, Yeah, There are a lot of hit by pitch. No doubt off to get that total up. See what it is The adjusted total. I did see the highest Wind total, I think was 37 by for the Dodgers, but there was also a prompt will a team win more than 39 a half games. Any team and Ah, you know, so there's basically you've got to go 40 and 20 somehow, some way you feel like somebody's going to go 40 gonna figure it out and again. You don't know if teens You start losing. I mean, the Orioles are thrilled because they can't lose 100. It'll be impossible. So if they get disinterested A short season. Maybe other teams will feast on that. And and again, you don't know what the virus. If there's distractions, it's just It's such a roll of the dice this year. Just to see the baseball though I think Did you know the crack of the bat? Be nice and and that The thing is that, you know, baseball. Really, You know, it's it's an old school. Sport it and it's got to be handed down from generation to generation that that's the thing and what's happened is there's a lot of families now where you're growing up without the father figure. So you don't have those father son ballgame experiences when the kids are young, so they may not You know, ever get that experience, And that's why I'd like to see facilities like Boys and Girls Club and and and and even you, no other independent businesses or whatnot, maybe reach out in their communities and take kids to an event like that to ball games, you know, get some of the kids that may not have a chance to experience that. And give back that way into your community To where? You know you're giving kids experiences Teo, you know to get into something that they ordinarily wouldn't have that opportunity. If if you don't step down, make it out, and I think baseball's the perfect marriage. Between an individual and a team. You know, you have to be an individual whether you're hitting or fielding or whatever. But yet there's that time where you got a second face, punch, hit a sacrifice fly or you've got to take a walk for the team. And and I think that's a neat thing about baseball. Is it you? You better be great individual but very better team player. Right. So Carl Reiner, 98 years old asked away. Ah, you know, great. Communiqu mind. Somebody always tryingto figure out a way to get, you know, laughs and ah, no, Brooks and Carl go way back and iconic great stuff, but Not many of us are going to live the 98 so in the book today. Exactly. Well, we don't know. I mean, every day is a blessing. You realize that the older you get, there's no question when you're young. You feel indestructible. You feel like you'll live forever, but let's hit up on the life insurance. We always try to make sure that somebody that's out there Ah, And here's the thing with the covert 19 that you know, I didn't know has that altered procedure insurance wise as Faras life insurance. Definitely, and it's been amazing. So many more people are willing to hear about life insurance. Usually when you bring up the subject, it's like kaboom, and they run the other direction. But now they're willing to listen. And I think that's because again evolved to reflect on what's going on here. What happens if that happens to me and The covert virus doesn't discriminate. Whether you're 80 years old, 20 years old Grant, you're more susceptible. The older you get support, but yet If it is in the cove in virus. What if it's something else, So people have been very open to discussions about life insurance. And I think Again. They're just planning on general. For their state for their family. And I always say if you don't come home tonight, what is tomorrow look like for your family. There you go. Yeah. The old Garth Brooks. If tomorrow never comes down, it's Ah, it makes you think Robbery. She with me last Tuesday. Every month. We talk sports. We talk insurance questions. We get it out there and look, I know how many years That I didn't have life insurance. I wasn't worried about myself. All of a sudden, you know, now it's boy. This is AH Cures 19 now and You know, but back then it was more or less. You know if you don't have life insurance, trust me when you get when, when? If you if And when you go through a divorce or separation, they're going to make sure you have that. So the child is protected is protected by which you which I think is great. But I mean, I ended up getting Keilar life insurance, You know, as soon as I knew she was underway and her mom was insured as well. Ah! Explaining couple can. It's kind of funny as I spoke to a gentleman. Oh, gosh, I think it was 27. They've been married two years. I spoke to him because they bought a whole insured with us tonight. I said you have Mortgage protection service. No, I don't think there was part of a loan. What is it? I said, Well, the fancy word for it his life insurance. But if you think about it, it's mortgage protection services of And I said, Well, you just bought a home. Your mortgage is 340,000. God willing God forbid something happens to one of the two tomorrow. I can't afford the home. He says. I said mortgage protection, so it's a different way to describe life insurance, and it really puts it in perspective. You know That's a great point, because if you have a chance to pay off a home or something, if you have that opportunity, because it's funny because I was talking to Chicago Bill Chicago Bills holder but his first Home back in, You know, in Chicago, He had a chance to pay it off. But he listened to a relative and he didn't and he ended up getting locked in two. You know how much longer mortgage set up to where he paid probably a ton, more interest and whatnot. But when he came out here And was one of the first to move into the community in Vegas that he did. He made sure that he took care of that mortgage as quickly as possible and paid that sucker off so that he wasn't paying. Ah, you know, a ton, but that's that's the thing If you don't have that opportunity, you're right. Are you number one? Or you the breadwinner in the family, or you the one that Yeah, if you if you die all of a sudden, that's all really nice that your wife and kids have a nice home, but who's going to be making those mortgage payments? Number one. If you don't have life insurance there goes,.
Fired Captain Brett Crozier of USS Theodore Roosevelt will not be reinstated - CBS News
"The captain of the Senegal based USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier will not be reinstated chief of naval operations admiral Michael gill day announced after a thorough investigation the navy will not reinstate captain Brett crozier as commanding officer of the USS teddy Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the wake of a covert outbreak on the ship and a leaked email in which crozier suggested the navy was not moving fast enough to save sailors lives let me be very clear we expect you to fire red Flaherty chain of command when necessary we also expect you to be men and women a decisive action one sailor chief petty officer Robert Thacker died from Copa nineteen after being exposed on the ship as Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon an online petition has been created to remove a Confederate memorial from mount hope cemetery the change dot org petition asked San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer to remove the statue that was put up on a plot of land owned by the daughters of the confederacy in nineteen forty eight the petition currently has more than a thousand signatures both union and Confederate soldiers are buried in the
"flaherty" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"DOT COM. Nothing typifies Jack Clarity. More than just kind of a little little daig on twitter right after some breaking news and baseball. That's just kind of the way he operates and on Saturday afternoon. Carlos Correa did an interview with Ken. Rosenthal the MLB network on the Astro Scandal and Korea was critical of cody. Bellinger for saying that Jose altuve stole the MVP 2017 from Aaron Judge and that the Astros stole the world series from the dodgers and Korea attempting to defend his teammate. Altuve Eh and his teammates with An interview with Rosenthal said I have no problem with people giving us trouble about what happened. Two thousand seventeen were wrong. But cody bellinger's responsibility is to get the facts. And he is saying some things that are factually inaccurate and Jack Flaherty Without directing it just tweets out right. Is that interview comes out. Give us the facts. Then that's his style we talk about the Astros and the cheating scandal in this interview but we start things off with something in. Saint Louis was certainly huge deal. But we're Jack Flaherty was born and raised. Was the biggest deal in. That is the passing of Kobe Bryant. Last month Jack. Flaherty took a lot of the intensity in the way he practices and plays the game growing up in Los Angeles from watching Kobe Bryant. And that's where we start our conversation this week from the home loan expert Dot Com studios with Cardinal Starter. Jack Flaherty Jack. What's up man? I'm doing pretty good. Yeah thank you so much for sitting down with me here. I know you're big. La Guy. And I want to start with this. What happened a few weeks ago with Kobe? Bryant and how that hits YOU BECAUSE PEOPLE SAINT LOUIS NO NBA team. Kind of rock them. But for somebody like you as a fan what that what that meant because I saw a lot of your social media and talking about it. So what does that mean to you? What do you mean when you you know coming up Kobe was a guy for me. Those really easy to to gravitate to in To really look up to as a as a player Especially growing up in La and those kind of right as I was growing up and was going through middle school and an elementary school in high school. And now Dow's that was the guy you know. I played ball growing up One of my best friends on the team who you know we kind of pushed each other and we talked about it once had happened. I we we talked to him because I knew that his guy he slept under seven pictures of Kobe right above his bed and we talked about just the way I thanked him for for pushing me in that aspect on the court just mentally. It helped me more than anything But again that goes back to Cobra's his guy covers Mike Golic. That's just who we we looked up to and that's the guy that we not even for me not from Basle standpoint but just from a mental standpoint and a work ethic standpoint with somebody I could look at and try to emulate and you know hearing. That news was just just hitch a hard and it was really numbing. It was it was just one of those deals where you remember where you were realised weeks ago now but as you probably will always all remember all remember that day and just the feelings and I had a couple of people that knew that had personal relationship with him so I went over there check on them and just kind of hung out with them today. Dang flows with one of my one of my best friends who is a huge colby. Guys together Yeah air is just one of those things that you feel it all. La You could feel that interest was there was a hole in in Los Angeles. Yeah that's what I was. That's what I was wondering about. I mean you know I'm I'm forty three and I guess the parallel would be if something happened to Jordan like a handful years after his career and he started to be able to enjoy his kids and it would have dislike wrecked me and you especially going up there and then also I do feel like there. Is the famous Mama mentality that you do personify that from a baseball standpoint. That's the thing that kind of stood out to me when I saw you post on white man you know. I don't know Jack. Well he's been on the show but it's like this dudes intense competitor. I wonder how much of what you saw from him. When you were going up a Laker fan has translated what you're doing now when you're out on the mound so much. I like two years ago all spring training and doing it again like I started watching all these interviews on how he talked and how he talked about his work ethic and watching his muse documentary and just listening to the way that he talked about certain things how we talk about work ethic. I talk about preparation. How he talked about you know working hard. Let your hard work. Never sought US hard work Because he loved it yeah because he loves it and you know he just knew like she would do whatever he had to do in order to go out and and be better next year and Never forgetting the basics as well. He always went back to the basics. And that's something that I've been told was remember the basics and go back to the basics when things start going wrong but never never lose that so his whole Mama mentality his work ethic the he was on the core and his intensity and his focus and his concentration level was always at the top. Now he'd never stray away from that he was always there. You know maybe at the very end of his career you could see it a little bit. In his last year with his last go around he started to smile a little bit more and take it all in but when he is in the middle of his career kill. Kill Kill and for me. That's kind of been trying to find that zone and not feeling of where it just kind of all it is is your instincts and your only instinct does go out attack in you know kill. Yeah so just taking that from him and continuing to try to find that zone in that mental head. Space of being locked in where? There's kind of that my mom talks about. She's like you can just see the look on your face. I know is going to be a good. Darren how it's going to be really really and you know. Sometimes you have that. Look she's like you have that look and sometimes you know you're not always going to execute not going to be a great day but I know from get go that you're there mentally and you're able to walk away from the day no matter what and you're going to feel good about trying to find that head space in that that zone that he seemed always get into the thing that I thought was interesting. I was talking to your teammates and I said you know I mean I figure in the locker room. What do we know but the leaders are going to be mylene. Wainwright seems obvious. But everybody named you as well and and I the only reason I go. I'm surprised by that is usually somebody who's been in the game for ten years twelve years but here you are young guy certainly incredibly accomplished already but people already are looking to you. Not just because I think that numbers you're putting up but because of the way you carry yourself it commands respect from teams guys who are obviously plenty of Monroe older than you I for me. I just take from from guys that you watch that I've been able to watch in Yada and Ueno and talking there when big Chris Carpenter was there and just being able to watch how they work. And how they went about their business and their focus in their level of of preparation they would do and try to emulate that you see on every day and how much work he puts in just to be ready for that fifth day. And how much work he puts in on that fifth day to prepare and no things in just trying to pick their brain and seeing how Yati goes about his stuff you see how much work he puts in nausea when he comes in and he's you know he's the most in shape guy here is thirty six thirty seven is your destiny man. Yeah just WANNA beat. You're just like I'm going to be better than him only spring and I'm going to work harder than he did and then in season like I'm GonNa put in the work and do whatever I have to do to get ready for that fifth day and make sure that it carries out the whole season. Do you love the work like like literally like love the work? I can't wait to get in a session. I can't wait deliver. Can't to run or whatever it is that you're doing it's one of those things that it's it's grown on me more and more than more than I'm just Kinda gone up earlier and earlier in spring training and even in the off season The work that I put in when I'm getting up and you know the long days and going about it getting home late and but mentally staying in it the next day and You know some days you get home. You're exhausted you're like man. I'm tired and you realize I gotta go do it again the next day and that's more the offseason grind in season is just the day-to-day but it. It's IT'S YOURS. GotTa find a way to compete against yourself. You know you compete against the guy next you to compete against yourself and you know. There's there's a I don't remember the quote exactly but I'm always watching different videos online and In key Johnson he talks about he talks about going out and you know when he was young he would be he would he would go run in the streets or whatever in like five. Am and I think it was his dad. Uncle he talks about you know I. It's something like I need you to compete better than yourself or be better than yourself. And he didn't understand and what what he was saying. There's always somebody inside of you. That's competing harder But you need to compete harder than the other person's side you see college compete against but there's always a different level you can tap into. Yeah so when you're like like people talk about like what Tiger or Jordan or Kobe. Take your pick. Whoever we're GONNA talk about like there's never satisfied. You know always okay. I can win more. I gotTa win more. It's like an addiction. Do you think you have that kind of thing going on like you. Just on a quest. You know there's gotTa be you know championship Cy Youngs. Whatever I don't care I gotta be the best I just want to win the day. You know. The individual Steph will take care of itself but winning and winning with this group and with these guys and Duchess seems like the most fun..
Nancy Pelosi plans to send impeachment articles to Senate
"Now morning news good morning I'm re computer Marcia Taylor three week long stalemate on the hill could come to a close this week house speaker Nancy Pelosi is expect to be in the process of sending the articles of impeachment of the Senate move comes without any concessions from Senate leader Mitch McConnell here's reporter and Flaherty had insisted that she wanted to see the trial rules before she sent over the impeachment articles she never got to see though she never got a promise that she was gonna get witnesses in the Senate trial so Republicans are saying look you're you know playing politics this is clearly political if you think that president Donald Trump as such a threat to the nation then you don't want to wait until the twenty twenty election but essentially what she did was wait are
"flaherty" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"While you're there doing courage you to check out the link to my other. PODCAST is called the quickstart film review. podcast where look at new movies. That are out in theaters. Check that out at my website. quitter DOT net today. I'M GONNA we'll be looking at the third and final of the films in which there is a protagonist who is a master of disguise in comedy. I just looked at the two fletch. Let's films for my previous episodes. This one going off of a movie that kind of copies somewhat. The fletch formula in a certain respect came out the same year as has. fletch lives the second fletch film. And thus far the last one to been released. Who's Harry crime is the name of the movie I'm talking about? It is a film that came out in February of nineteen eighty nine it is a pg thirteen rated film does have crude humor sexual content and brief language. The run time is an hour thirty four minutes the main star of WHO's Harry Crumb. Is John Candy any pots. Jeffrey Jones Shawnee Smith. Tim Thomson Barry Corbin Valerie. Bromfield are also in the film. The director is Paul flaherty Freddie and the screenplay credited to Robert Conte and Peter Werthmann now. Who's Harry Crumb Before I get into the review I just WanNa say it is a movie I did see in the theater back in nineteen eighty nine being a fan of comedy and John Candy but unfortunately it is one of two movies in my entire life and and I've seen thousands and thousands of films in the theater only one of two in my life that I fell asleep watching. I think it was about a half power in. I slept through the entire rest of the film. I was his either something going on with me or there was just something going home with this movie that just loudly into sleep however I did obviously just watch it for the course of this review had no problem staying awake so it probably was just to be the film by the way is the royal tenenbaums so I can't say that the quality of a movie has an effect. WHO's Harry CRUMB? It's a very silly slapstick. Comedy in the vein of the I think more of the later half the pink panther films the ones with Peter Sellers essentially just straight up comedy where the most laughs come from how inane the filmmakers are willing to go to embarrass the Protagonist Protagonist John Candy here. He's had a career up to that point Wesley playing comic relief side characters or he ended up sharing the bill with other performers. But here he's getting into show but he can do in a movie that actually allows him to cut loose with his many comedic talents. His first headliner. I think in films you go back to. His early career going going Berserk but he made that movie while he was a nobody. Outside of Canada. Candy is likeable and talented. But it's just not enough to make this film worthwhile for anybody who's is not a die hard. John Candy Fan Uncle Buck released the same year later on. That would be the one that would break him through to the mainstream John Candy here playing Harry crump. He's the bumbling son who never quite lived up to the reputation of his sleuthing father and grandfather crumbs in the Chroma. CHROMA company his family's longstanding longstanding detective agency. Instead of running the company. Harry Chrome has been relegated to being a lowly trainee in Tulsa Office of Chrome in Crumb. Ineptitude is just what the EO the president of the company Elliott. Jason Play by Jeffrey Jones. He's in Los Angeles and he wants to hire an investigator within the the company for reasons of his own driesen flies out crump to Los Angeles knowing that he is completely inept in order to crack the case or not crack the case involving the kidnapping and ransom of Jennifer Downing who happens to be beautiful heiress daughter of PD downing play by Barry Corbin and his new OOF philandering wife. Helen played by Annie. Potts crump begins to use his penchant for disguises to get to the bottom of things but the more he digs the more in jeopardy he he becomes now as I mentioned this is directed by Paul Flaherty flaherty worked on. SETV with John Candy. For many years he was a writer for that skit comedy. Show along along with his brother. Joe Who is one of the players in front of the camera Joe Flaherty of course who happens to make a small appearance in. Who's Harry Crumb the direction in this film? I think in general enroll from flaherty is about as clumsy and awkward as its main character. You have set pieces edited in such a way that it's really hard to tell. Just what's going on from moment to moment so it's kind of a sloppy the film in that fashion and that doesn't hold together very very well the biggest draw of course to WHO's Harry Crumb is John Candy Himself Candy. Felt that this movie would be the a turning point in his movie career because until then he had very little creative input on the films that he made or the parts that he would play within them so not only would candy. Sandy here serve as executive producer. He was working for his own. Production Company called Frost Back Productions Frost back being of course the playful derogatory term for Canadians who emigrate to the United States. But this film would also be produced by. Candy's friend aren't in Milton. WHO had made a number of very fine films? Up to that point point he produced the king of comedy. Once upon a time in America in Brazil very high quality films Milton had worked with candy to ensure that the entire film would be remoulded specifically to his talents and that included putting in a lot of physical humor off the wall characters from to play and in addition candy would feel comfortable by working with other talents that he knew and trusted from his. SETV days candy here gets to utilize many of his comedic skills to try to bring out the comedy. Here bring it up to life. Plenty of physical comedies on display throughout some of it's quite funny such as when the klutzy crumbs gets his tie cod into this industrial shredder. shredder that he tries desperately to get out before anybody sees him. Can you get the Don a variety of disguises and put on some very interesting accidents. Although like many comedies of the one thousand nine hundred eighty s some viewers might actually see these examples of cultural and ethnic insensitivity of Hollywood in the era. I mean it's not a movie that probably probably would get away with some of the stuff today for sure now while candies sweet natured. Humanity does come out underneath all of those characterizations I think his main character is written anez decidedly one dimensional in that forces the big guy to Mug desperately for each forced laugh some jokes and the plot points they make very little sense here ear for instance we only learn early on. That is the one responsible for the ransom request. And he's hoping to use the collected money to lure the gold digging Helen who who is an amorous schemes but he is also shown to have this priceless ninety million year old pterodactyl egg in his possession that keeps on his desk in such a way that chrome nearly nearly breaks it several times before. Obviously he actually does now if he sold that egg. That was sure to break at some point. Any point all of this probably could have been avoided because he would've had the money right there. There's another sequence involving this air duct. The happens to be big enough for someone. The size of John Candy to crawl around comfortably in but air conditioning is also so powerful enough to shoot someone. The size of John Candy through and out of the building seems hard to believe here. But you kind of go with the flow for the sake of the comedy. The candy here surrounded ended by a very fine supporting cast. I would say all very appealing in their respective roles. I think the problem comes from the script itself from Robert Conte and Peter Martin Workman any pots does manage to give the best performance outside of Candy. She's playing the part of the scheming gold digger wife and giving her sex pot all. She's very appealing in this role. Another actress in this film. No more today for her recurring role in the future saw franchise Shawnee Smith. She doesn't get to do as much comedic Lee as Jennifer Downing Sister Nikki Gi but she does make for a very fun and appealing sidekick for olive candies shenanigans. Laugh out loud moments can be had in. WHO's Harry crumb but they do require sitting getting through quite a bit of mediocrity before you actually get to those things? The score here is a little bit dated a little bit cheesy. A lot of smooth jazz hounds on the funkier side by French composer impose your Michelle Columbia crumb does make better use of its soundtrack already established hits. You Have James. Brown's I got you that establishes the Funky good time. I'm that is sure to come. The fast paced holding out for a hero does punctuate one particular sequence. Bonnie Tyler of course provides that there's one original song by the temptations that ends the film in the end credits called Big Fun Harry Crumb. It's not half bad song. So long as you're not expecting peak motown at this point for this film and by the end of the film you you sense that the people who made this film thought that this actually could be quite a franchise but the movie was not much of a hit. Unfortunately in nineteen thousand nine debuted at number five in the struggle to find oxygen. There were other comedies. That were out at the time. Three fugitives in her alibi were fairly new to the theaters. And there were the continued long-term runs of twins and the naked gun that we're still in the top ten in theaters at that time. So all in all in its entire run. It only raked in about a little bit less than eleven million dollars. Candy himself was frustrated by Tristar. Pictures Marketing Push for the film primarily because he was very involved he had given him his own marketing ideas that included a variety of large billboard. Advertisements they were rejected by Tristar. They didn't want to put that much money into it and seeing how poorly their marketing only rub salt in the wound for candy. Who saw the film fail and he felt partially it was because it was poorly marketed by the studio? The obviously did not have enough faith in the the picture to promote it any more than they had to. Now I'm uncertain of what the actual budget a four who's Harry crumb ends up being. It was shot in Vancouver which was saving the film some money in taxes. So maybe it didn't take a big bath. Although they ended up having to do such things as pay for palm trees to be imported to give Vancouver at least a semblance of a southern California vibe reportedly there were some problems there with weather. It was one of the rainiest periods in Vancouver. In many many many years attempting to emulate the Sunny California California weather was even more trying because they had to wait for a lot of that bad weather to pass and that caused a lot of delays in the production now the appeal of. WHO's Harry Crumb as a film? Tom will largely be limited to just die hard fans of John Candy. So if you are that you probably have seen this may be seen it multiple times and you probably find minded very appealing because candy gets destroyed his stuff throughout maybe Scott. Some smaller appeal. For those who just snicker at really dumb slapstick. I know that when I was growing up my mother would probably have loved this movie but otherwise it feels a little bit too familiar after several. Better films starring. The likes of Peter Sellers as inspector clue. So that's iconic there the funnier interpretation of this formula that I just talked about in the previous episode. Chevy Chase's Fletch of one thousand. Nine hundred five I think was very much a good representation of how to do this film right. Candy is much better. Comedian and actor than this film was suggest and it does continue to showcase at. He's good playing fairly zany characters as he would so often do you wanna see TV. Nevertheless naked gun was as I mentioned still out in theaters at the time. And it did most of this in terms of the inept detective much better and in a funnier fashion and it was still out in theaters. I think watching that for a second or third or fourth time still yielded more laughs than watching who's Harry crumb trump for the first time so for all of that much..
NLDS Game 2: Mike Foltynewicz brilliant as Braves edge Cardinals to even series
"Ryder we continue with the baseball post season in the National League game two of the NLDS between the Braves and cardinals in Atlanta cardinals coming back to win game one scoring six runs over the final two innings on Friday in game two runs were at a premium but Atlanta was able to get to cardinal starter Jack Flaherty young Grady tremendous this season it's former MVP Josh Donaldson facing Flaherty in the first one very well in the left field with the brakes around the board basic Donaldson one of the new one Josh Donaldson gets the Braves on the board with an RBI single in the first flowery would settle down after that on the other side Atlanta started like full to damage to spend time at triple DES triple a disease but bounced back late in the season he was tremendous for the Braves on Friday using his slider among other pictures to scatter three it's no watch goal line with seven strikeouts over seven scoreless but still just a one nothing Braves lead on the cardinals heading to the bottom of the seventh in the Braves would
"flaherty" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Where Dr Steven Flaherty says seven patients have undergone surgery and may need even more we anticipate that a number of the patients will need to return to the operating room of the course of today in the next week perhaps one more times at least three of the wounded are in critical condition Mexico's president says three Mexicans are among the dead Iran's revolutionary guard has seized what it calls a foreign tanker in the Persian Gulf Iranian state TV says the vessel was smuggling fuel to what it calls Persian Gulf Arab states the BBC Sebastian usher has more this is the third time give it around he sees the possible at night it's not yet clear what flag this latest ship was flying on that know what nationalities the seven crew belong to the vessel doesn't appear to be noted is missing since last Wednesday it cargo is relatively small but inevitably it CZ will further raise tensions in the region to run is still holding a British vessel the steno imperil it detained in response to the UK's involvement in the early season of a tanker carrying Iranian oil off Gibraltar person has refused any suggestion that the two ships could be released in an exchange well this is happening is the main showdown between Tehran and Washington shows no sign of being resolved the B. B. C.'s Sebastian usher this is NPR from KQED news I'm Tiffany cam high there's one thing I always try to watch out for rather listen for when I'm out hiking in the bay area search that's right I'm talking about rattle snakes and these slippery reptiles are the subject of the latest episode of deep look KQED science and nature video series here to talk more about it is K. Q. E. T.'s Josh Cassidy and Josh the reputation of rattlesnakes precedes them but they're really just misunderstood yeah I had to change my outlook on them as well to make in this episode might originally thought that they were just really aggressive would maybe chase me around well away center not evil creatures that can't wait to sink their venom laced teeth in me absolutely not they were actually a lot friendlier than I was expecting to the point where it became a problem for the filming of this episode because it's about the whole rattlesnakes stricter tale where the song comes from and I spent days trying to rattle snakes to rattle at me and they just seemed totally on interested in doing that so what else do I have all Ron about rattle snakes one of them is that the always rattle before they strike and that is not always the case the often rattle if they feel threatened does the defense of behavior to try to encourage anybody who is getting a little too close to them to back up it is a very startling sound in real life I was surprised by how loud the rental can be another big misconception is how the rattle sick makes that sound in the first place I always thought it was like a Moroccan or it's like a container and there's a bunch of little things in there that are rattling around it's a bunch of the segments that connect to each other loosely and when the rattlesnake shakes its tail all the segments sort of click against each other they have been super fast work fifty to a hundred times every second so all these little cliques just turn into a really loud buzz faith that with KQED is Josh Cassidy will tweet out a link to the latest episode of deep look were at KQED news I'm Tiffany cam.
Pat Flaherty, David Lee L. MO And Jacksonville discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"With the Miami Dolphins offense of line struggling through the spring and summer line coach Pat Flaherty has been fire just four days into training camp David Lee L. MO announced as his replacement clarity who was hired back in February spent the last two years in the Jacksonville
Trump's budget: Winners and losers
"We got a I look at President Trump's budget Monday ABC's and Flaherty looks at which federal departments would win under the plan which departments could face budget cuts a winners. Here are clearly military and veterans in line for big budget, increases and immigration. It's eight point six billion dollars for the border wall. He's calling for more border patrol agents more ice officers, but the losers I think would be education department. The Environmental Protection Agency president's calling for seven billion dollars in cuts to the US education
Boston city councilor renews push for 13th optional year of school
"New numbers on college. Graduation rates. The globe says nearly half of Boston students who Andrew college. Do not graduate within six years and Boston city councillor. Michael Flaherty has an idea. He thinks we'll help year thirteen he says an extra year of high school would help students better prepared for college and make them more competitive flared. He's been floating the idea for several years and recently revived it. The mayor's office has a mayor will
"flaherty" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball
"Well, he's a tremendous defensive player. Knowing our not defensively he's not that authencity because he doesn't play in the same ballpark. If you haven't played course feeling might be putting up those numbers. I think part of this hands on where he bats in the order. He bats second. Again. He's not gonna knock in a lot of runs. Either of you have any strong feelings here on metro. I actually do I love this guy was my my my player last season. He changes game a lot of he lowered his launch angle a lot. Remember, he was a big power guy who did it at the expense of batting averages. Five point two degree launching drop. Last year is the seventh largest drop of any player qualified. So he was going more from line drives and raising the batting average. And he actually did not give up all that much power. I call this an improving player. I do think you should be drafting him treating him valuing him around way finish on the player raider. But I think there's growth potential here. And you know, we say not necessarily look at batting average. When you're looking at points league's players, but it is something to to notice when you're talking about a guy who you would not be surprised to hit two seventy wouldn't shock you from that Chapman. Throw that into a point sleep format. And you're definitely looking at someone who probably should be taken sooner rather than later. Absolute. What are we got this building on that AJ mentioned the batting average Chapman hit to seventy eight for the year. But three oh nine in the second half. Which do you think he's closer to this year? Bad second. I think he saw different pitches. That's possible. He kinda short in the swing. He cut five percent off his caring. I mean, I think he's emerging into a potential thirty thirty five home run guy. That's two seventy and that would be tough fifty player for sure. I mean, we're talking maybe are not a lot. Of course field is this what Nolan are not. I would look like out of course field. And by the way, Aaron auto out, of course field you you wouldn't take him in the first round. No, I think you take him in the second round. I still think he'd be an exceptional player, but the batting average would tumble a little bit. All right. What's next? All right. Mark wants to know congenial. Tyrone continue to make the leap forward and potentially be a top fifteen pitcher then along with that you want to know if you want tight on Jack flirty in dynasty league. Either strong feelings those pictures, I am a big Jack Flaherty fan. I was a little surprised to see the rankings of not just you guys. But like other people don't seem to like flowers much as I do wondering, why that is strikeout rate concerns is operatives obviously there, but which of you got either you have Tyler Flaherty ranked a lot ahead of the other. I mean, it's ten spots a lot. Yeah. Lot over flower flower to and for me, it's because one of the major stats appoints league when I look at pictures, it's the Kate Abebe rate, and if it is a far below three fifty three point five is like the line, and we're projecting pretty much already to be under three. That's not a place. You wanna be? He just walks are too many hitters. He's one of those ten caper nine guys. So that that's an issue for me. Where's the guy like, Tyrone? You know, the KGB is we've projected four point two. That's fantastic. Yeah. I mean that park in a points league. Yes..
"flaherty" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"I go with the bears there as well. Top secondary. Bucky? I think we go to the AFC north. What do you think you can go to the AFC north? We can go with man, the Bergen wouldn't go with the Baltimore Ravens. And what they do when I look at this secondary to me. It starts in the middle. We work inside out. Tony jefferson. Eric to do a great job of controlling the middle of the feel and then when you look outside Molin Humphry Jimmy Smith this still getting contributions from Brendon car. This is a team that plays. Great defense in the back end. They can lock you up a man to man, they can give you exotic disguises in zone blitzes and also played traditional straight zone. Coverage is because of the versatility to collective high Q of their back in the Baltimore Ravens have an outstanding secondary. They deserve to be in this conversation. Yeah. You got the size in the athletes on the outside. And then the inside you've got the instincts and the awareness and the ball. The skills of their safety do all. So I I think it is a beautiful combination. They have there in the secondary for the Baltimore Ravens. And I I'm with you Bucky. I do believe that is the best secondary in the NFL. All right. Buck side, it'd be joined by our good, buddy. Get a chance to talk with him in the spring each and every year wanted to bring him in a little bit earlier this time he is a senior director of performance at Nike Ryan Flaherty joined the show, right? How you doing man? I'm good, man. How are you guys doing doing great, man? I I want to just ask you first of all can you believe that we're almost to the end of the football season. And we're going to be start start getting ready for the draft here before you know, how how did we get here so fast? I don't know man recording every single year for like the nine months calendar year. Or you talking to kids if you know about training and and agent for calling it it's starting to heat up already. It's crazy. You know, right. I'm really fascinated by the process, obviously when I was coming out in ninety four we didn't have this kind of boutique training where you could get specialized training to get ready for the combine can you kind of walk us through the process that you take the athletes through from the time they walk through the doors of your building to the time to get ready to perform in Indianapolis at the combine. Absolutely. So I mean, it's generally all start talking to you know, kids of the families after their regular season game. So before the bowl game in the month of December knee with families and kind of get a feel for who I'm going to work with and then they all land pretty much like the day or two two days after the bowl game. So if you're playing on January one near six game, they'll come in on the second or third and once they get there. They move into a little, you know, condo or -partment. We do the training in Orange County, California. So southern California between LA and San Diego, and they move into a little condo there. And we going and we have about usually when they start in early January. We have about seven to eight weeks to get them ready for the combine. And so we got about eight weeks of training, and you know days are Monday through Saturday. We usually do like a beat or you know, if you'll be training on the field session, the mornings position work, and then we'll go in the weight room in the afternoon, and it would be generally from like eight AM to. Two two two o'clock PM in and out of you know, training, or or meetings or interview proper kind of film study or whatever a lot of the agents kinda put that stuff on. And then and then it goes all the way up until the the combine. And then once they get the combine they'll test, and then and then they'll come back and won't get them ready leading up to the pro day. But it's it's a full range.
"flaherty" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Cluded all a group of sars who were not already know yeah there was no one famous on the show of the joe flaherty who to me was like having led zeppelin on the show and we set out to do something that people weren't doing which is almost a little bit more like an indie film like here's what it's like to be a kid is what it's like to feel like an outcast or to struggle through this period and that's also the the challenge of the show which is it's sad show it's a little bit melancholy james wants to be a drummer but he's not good at and we loved it so much but we always had a sense we wouldn't survive so we treated the season a little bit like a miniseries and as a result there is a beginning middle and end to the season the the last episode is a question mark but an oddly affective moving question mark because linda cartolini leaves to go all the grateful dead and you you're left with an open question but that's awfully satisfying in some way and it was very fun to search for fresh faces and you know when you're really young you're not lazy and you're casting you don't look at four kids you look at three thousand kids and that's what we did we went around the country we did open call auditions no one does that is that how you found seth seth was submitted on tape from vancouver and then we went to vancouver to do an open call and he performs his live there and we've met lee shepherd who was at the open call he played the harris guru geek and i think the reason why we did well with all the casting was i said to paul let's get the right kids and then you'll rewrite the script based on who we found and that allowed the show to be much more organic we were saying we need this longhaired freak kid with this attitude we.
Jordan Hicks of St. Louis Cardinals throws two 105-mph pitches
"Good baseball teams in if there's a way to improve alexandroupolis is going to do it but that today you know when you go through a season like this there there have to be these little magic moments and that one was that was as entertaining baseball game as you will ever see today there was some magic moments for the cardinals on sunday courtesy of jack flared he was fantastic and that's a another team who you know you never know how quickly young talent is going to evolve and you kinda look to that cardinals rotation going into the season guys late weaver and flaherty potentially having a lot of growth for them in a short time and maybe that rotation looks a lot different old flaherty was fantastic on sunday struck out thirteen phillies and route to a five one victory so people are gonna remember flare these performance richard but i think one thing we're really gonna remember from that game is jordan hicks cardinals reliever he hit a hundred and five miles an hour on the gun twice in that in that outing and relief of flared one third inning outing and this is a guy who's got a lot of attention this year for the pure velocity he's up there in the arolla beyond they were all the chapman realm he's averaging ninety nine mile an hour plus with his fastball at the average but what stands out to me richard he struck out nine guys in twenty two innings so it's not like he's just blowing his fastball by people you know he's getting some ground balls in that that seems to be predominant route by which he's getting his out so it's not the traditional one hundred five on our fireball if you will know and i think steph cass had his him today throwing the five fastest pitches of the season so obviously on a day when flared outpitched aaron nola he was geeked up and got the last four outs but he you know he throws a hundred and he's effectively while i think that's the term for it a walked to in there's a lot going on with the cardinals right now they lose their shortstop paul d young for for weeks and they're kind of might mathies trying to figure out you know the colt long back.
"flaherty" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"As we do too when we talked to them five saying doing this all right thanks what buster bleacher tweets first one of the day buster from p s sites at lsu underscore sixteen underscores sites says what are the chances the braves make a major trade to either add another bat to their young lineup or to add a muchneeded shutdown as to their rotation but presumably if they stay in contention they'll be one of many teams that had some depth to their bullpen and you are sort of watching his third base thing play out they gave ryan flaherty the i look at third base this year they decided that they wanted some right hand power so they signed jose bautisa he's kind of been up and down defensively and man third base is a great place where you could potentially add something during the year because a buyer's market could develop manny machado available like stocks could be available and who's the general manager of the braves alex and topless traded more josh donaldson exactly exactly let's stick with the trading wheeling and dealing with this question from don kelly at d ed lee don says buster with the mets edging closer to ms lang's projected seventy two wins what are the chances that the team markets degrom and or syndergaard at the deadline done they should have an open mind about it but there's no chance like if you're the mets if you wanna send your fan base into revolt and trade one or both of those guys exactly next one lee patrick elvin at the l p s beat lisa's the dodgers are thirty three and forty eight since august twentieth of last season at what point can we simply say that they're not underachieving but that they're just bad or in eighty one games a big enough sample size i've talked to executives with other teams about the dodgers and they still feel like that they're a lot better than what they've shown this year but i do think it's getting late early for the dodgers i mean they are not playing well and when you don't have a core seger and you don't.
"flaherty" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This host we would talk about the different issues and so forth and i deeply regret that he was in nineteen seventy six reagan delegate at a pennsylvania they were rare few and far between why are we trying to buy off other regen delegates the ford team was and some successfully bom and a few of the others wouldn't budge my buddy jimmy burns ricky bell few others the bone wouldn't budge he was reagan through and through he was conservative through and three was a patriot through and then he helped found an organization he helped found an organisation very important organization in nineteen ninetyone but the national legal and policy center with my buddy pete flaherty and ken passed away today from cancer i had no idea it was this bad but it is obviously was and he will be missed greatly by me and many others so in other gentlemen that i work very very closely with during the reagan administration can you worked at the justice department and was pat courtney back horton and he was our public affairs person would speak on behalf of attorney general meese in the justice department during during our time there and pat was a dear friend in from time to time and i don't play a lot of golf but you know maybe once or twice a year i used to i don't even do that anymore we'd have a four some you know pat me and a couple of other buddies all justice department guys we just had a good time we really were quite bad hello packet hit a pretty straight drive just another decent quality human being that you wanted to be around and he passed away last week he had a stroke and he passed away shortly after that you know it's important to live your life it's important to live your life is best you can be the best person you can of the best citizen you can i just didn't want this show to pass by without mentioning my two buddies ken bowman pat gordon we'll be right back bye.
Pentagon chief attempts to bring Taliban to negotiating table
"The start of the fighting season there this is secretary mattis third trip to afghanistan as pentagon chief and it comes at a time when hundreds more us army forces are being added to the more than thirteen thousand us troops already here the new arrivals are part of what the pentagon calls a new strategy to force taliban fighters to the negotiating table known as security force assistance brigades they aim to enable afghan forces to finish the protracted war the us started here more than sixteen years ago medicines visit comes just days after afghan president ashraf ghani offered to hold talks with the taliban with no preconditions the taliban have yet to respond to the offer david welna npr news traveling with the defense secretary in kabul afghanistan there nor'easter to hit in the last several weeks is expected to bring about eighteen inches of snow to coastal maine that area's still dealing with damage from the last two storms including beach erosion main public radio's nor flaherty reports former spokesman for the san francisco ice office james schwab took issue with statements by president trump and other officials that a warning about a plant ice operation by oakland mayor libby schaaf helped more than eight hundred dangerous criminals evade arrest schwab told the san francisco chronicle to say that all of them were dangerous or that they weren't picked up because of the actions of the mayor is just wrong schwab said he quit his position because he didn't want to perpetuate misleading facts out of more than a thousand undocumented immigrants state were seeking ice arrested two hundred and thirty two people a current ice spokeswoman says the agency plans to hire a new information officer for northern california soon for npr news i'm julie small in san francisco closed in south western pennsylvania where voters are casting ballots in a special election deciding between republican state representative and trump favorite rick saccone or democrat connor lamb with.
"flaherty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Two four cbs 85 thought you want to four tutu said we'll get right to your calls in just a flash as he david lewis andrew we're going to get to you guys in just a second real quickly i wanted to bring up this michael bennett was not fined for what happened at the end of the jaguar seahawks game first of all he went like he was digging for gold old treasure from the 1800s on a victory formation play get out of here dude please stop just go away just go away then he takes out brandon lender were they roll cheap shot to the back of unease fis whatever you want to to or whatever you want to call it brings him down starts this brouhaha this fiasco in which gets dejected quinton jefferson going off the field he's objected fans are throwing things at him he tries to climate union guys know what happened he didn't get fined he did not get find michael bennett you know go find pete carroll you don't go find jaguar assisting coaches pat flaherty and keenan mccardell that's who got find michael bennett didn't get fine i don't blame jefferson army is the things thrown adam that his head get out of here a bunch and knuckleheads down there in jacksonville the bunch of drunk knuckleheads to boot but why is michael bennett not even nevermind suspended which he should have been in my opinion why is he not find how does the league think about this a lee their finds you for the kohler socks you wear or don't where they have i mean i've seen them they have uniform code inspectors that go round in pregame warmups to every player check check check check fine fine check check check check it's ridiculous and yet a dude starts a fiasco like dad another embarrassing ice i you know i swore to to the nfl a good punch to the nfl because i was a big game last week and he doesn't get fined i wonder why is it because he's the seahawks walter payton man of the year award winner perhaps is it because he's been at the forefront of the anthem protest and the flag protest perhaps is it because he was involved in that laws vegas incident that apparently wasn't true i i don't know.
"flaherty" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"That is to say bright guys and flaherty smile or with racial implications like dark skin and dreadlocks okay john how do you approach that so i think the crucial thing to start off here with it's like there's no sort of perfect answer to that's and you're always gonna wrestling with two sort of competing instincts so if you as a writer say nothing the reader walk likely to fall to cooking at these characters as white unless you've done something in the universe under script to make them reach a little bit beyond white so if the other courtesy your world are diverse that might be taking more to first about this character but in general you can can i say place in the people are going to think it's characters a white most he could've saw the reason not to think of their white the second thing to keep in mind is that every choice is a choice and so the more specific the choice the more important the raiders and i think it is that you made that choice so they're going to asking at weiss the boston make entered if what is me some good reason why the process to make it it's going to pay off in some way and so you might beat through over signaling things you tell me into signal so you had we're to the competing things where you're trying to the bo specific about who your characters are and also like not just the match to fall light all these things so as an example let's think about a character in your script who's like apparel legal and to you specify race for that para legal who's in like two or three scenes it's really hard to say.