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"frankie jenkins" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"Hello to Listener Dana. Dana supposed to come in and mid April, but then of course you know this pandemic thing happened and she was with the executive director with Wasatch forensic nurses, and she just wanted to email, and we've got this post at all the information. There with Kobe nineteen This sort of thing doesn't stop, so she wants to let you know that. Wa forensic nurses are a dedicated team of mobile nurses who respond to emergency departments in salt. Lake Utah Wasatch and summit counties have nurses available to respond. A victim of sexual assault, rape, and or interpersonal violence or domestic violence, so they they've got the medical forensics exams and their their team of nurses. I mean that they're still doing this in unfortunately with the pandemic this stuff is still going on, and in certain cases. What domestic violence getting worse, so she's wanted to let you know that there are resources like them available. Available. It's good to know. Yeah, so thanks Dana, and so she was supposed to stop buying her. She's got the little boy named crew and crew is He's a big fan of dinosaurs wanting. He was asking questions about this show and what we do and he was like so is it's Frankie Jenkins? They live or they require, so he's asking he's like wanting to know. Know like how we do it and he wants to do a podcast about dinosaurs I'm like this kid needs to do a podcast about dinosaur he does. How old is he? I'm not sure like I. Think he is I have the email that we're. He's, but he's a young kid. He's young like young I won six darts or eight something like that. Okay, so six to. To eight, all got it. She's got to do that and get set up for that. That's cool and when things settle down, we're going to have them. You know in-studio, but that's going to be a bit because we know right now we're. We're trying to use slowly back into things and IMO slowly. Get back into letting listeners come in studio, but that'll be down the line. You've been listening to the ninety seven. One HD Frankin just show podcast right here on iheartradio. All right, so let's get into this topic and that is and these are neat to to hear. Because Mother's Day is coming up on Sunday and that is the loving memory that you have from your mom when you were a kid. What is it eight to nine four five? My mom and I would watch star wars together, and with the new movies. The tradition has continued so that's cool. That's cool I. Remember my mom teaching me how to throw and catch a baseball and then becoming the president of my baseball league, so she she could be a part of. Remember Kevin's mom she would keep score at every baseball game of his and never missed a game of his, and you started doing that. A little bit with coupes games you. Now I can't. Like she had the for a notebook with a pencil, and so I I always had someone helping because I'm not good at this, but I know you did like a couple of games. Yeah, thanks, man every birthday. My mom would make us whatever cake we wanted. We loved Red Velvet. My mom hates to make it because it never turned out pretty. It wasn't pretty, but it was the best because you made. It always tasted amazing. My mom worked fulltime went to school fulltime take. Take care four kids by herself. She got her masters degree. Mental Health or hard work made me who I am today. Rest in peace. Mama best memory of my mom. She made sure my sister and I always had her co hair combed. It looks cute every single day. No matter what up until high school they just always looked on point. Because a mom mom mom never missed a game me and my two brothers played football, basketball and baseball. She never missed she wanted. Wanted us to know how important we were young, sweet as a single mom, my mom buster about to make sure my sister and I had everything we wanted and needed. She still does this to this day for everybody in her life, she strong independent. She some show me the true definition of what a mom is so happy. Mother's Day to all you moms out there. Your eye man, right little girl as a little girl. My mom would make me my sister the. The cutest close every Easter. She dresses up the dresses, and she even made my wedding dress. My bridesmaids gowns and I have the best mom in the whole world. That special I would love to Easter. Easter outfits. My mom always had us on point. Yeah. Mom passed away from cancer last year. My family spent a lot of time cooking and sharing recipes dedicated to her in the kitchen, and it's Lyndyk as kitchen, and that's nice to have recipes. You know, 'cause my mom. Fortunately she. She's still with us, but she doesn't know. So I kinda had to have her. Talk me through it, so I know how to make somewhat her sauce, but it's still not as good as her spaghetti sauce. Her sauces so good, but she's told me how to do it, so I can make pretty good version my own version of it and it's I think it's better than anything that you personally but nothing like my mom, so her mazas good. Oh good, but she's like well. You know with the with the recipe. She's like well. It's just a pinch of this new little. She's a talian she's not me. You're killing me Oh have anything like well. It's this so I had to like basically. Just improvise when she does it, but she nails it. That's her recipe. And she just the sauces unbelievable at you always said that she's only made it for me once and I. was I was blown away I was. I can't even put into words. That's the Best Saas I've ever had in my life, and I can do my own version of it, but you know, and then she down, and then I think is a mom. Thing downplays like. Oh, it's not. When she does it like. It's not that great or while I'm like. Oh, you're killing. What's delicious, but she doesn't make it very often. Toss to make so, that's a hint hint, mom, Mother's Day's coming up on Sunday. You don't make it very often. I know you're right now. It would be nice. Ninety seven one. As break in just show podcast here on iheartradio. I broke down the other day and got a haircut from a little boy axel, if you WANNA see it, it's posted it i. Got Your Haircut looks if I get he. He really cut it. PULL UP! The video shot the front door ranking. Just DOT COM. Okay? pull it out because your hair. Look shorter today posted that okay, so it was right before right before he went to bed, so he wanted to give me a quarantine cut, and he did and I tag my hairdresser, Danny. I'm not going to need your services. Like. Thanks a lot. We were. Is it this website he? Is Lowest. Listening that can help us. Well, we had one of our listeners. And it was an ad for Commodore Sixty four back in the day joystick on it. It was funny. Was that I'm trying I'm looking because that was hysterical. We woke up to that this morning. We appreciate Oh. That was funny because that's exactly what we're. That'd be nice if we had that. It is always right there, Austin Scott Scott P barnes. Thank you up Skopje Barnes. Oh, sweet chicken terminator with those. I got, and that's just let me just set that up. Because for people that don't know I'm wearing those sunglasses. Neurology neurologists orders to start getting that Circadian Rhythm going so you've got to wear. Those I. Have to put him on about four. PM Cool, I see sunlight, or at least day daytime starts at four am for me so. You've got to put those kind of gear up to to start going. Casting okay I am I don't. Go. Cut My hair. No. Komen it with a screwdriver. A little bit more at the top..
"frankie jenkins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Now, here's your host Murphy. Frank pay everybody look at this friend. That's getting warm. Could you see the forecast for Sunday and Monday, though, I look for for Tuesday because I'm going to the socks Tuesday to see Seattle and probably Ervin Santana that's going to be sunny near near sixty go to the cubs opener Monday. It's going to be in the seventies. And ball teams scored ten runs yesterday. So hey, offense is great and slight breeze blowing out at Wrigley field. No good or bad anymore when the winds blowing up how you doing everybody. I'm Mike Murphy. Cub fan from lions Grange, and he's Fred humor young. We're all we're both old fan from east. That's why we stayed in sat and watched every pitch of every bulk games late yesterday in my own home. We're going to be busy at any. Glad you're with us three hours nine to noon every Saturday. Just rogers. He'll he'll check in about an hour or so from no walkie and one of our great White Sox guests from the socks machine podcast, Josh Nelson. He'll check in about an hour. Maybe after a Jesse Rogers maybe a few other surprises along the way. But let's take a look at something that nobody does anymore. The look headline. Yeah. Now, I'm reading the Tribune online. I don't think they'll have this big headline because it's over two different stories. So it's not like, oh, you America's stories have headlines. But here's the headline on the front. Oh, nice picture of your guy at Tim Anderson. Katzman counter glasses back. You're right. They are here over and, but here's the headline now. Oh, e L eleven let's get the Twitter poll rolling. Eric reed. Would you? Please number four. Okay here. It is. Thanks who. Okay. Multiple choice a be very simple who gets to the World Series next. Okay. Now, we're not talking buying tickets. We're talking. In a World Series next. I think you're right who gets to the World Series next cubs or the white south. Okay. Now, I blush. Then you have time to think last night. Yeah. I took a lot of time this one I think it's a valid question. I'll be very interested to see what the results out three three two three seven seven six is your number. If you want to vote on the radio or voted ESPN one thousand who gets to the World Series next the cubs or the White Sox will take your calls in a moment. But let's go to the celebrity line bringing. Favorite gays, and the Murphy Fred show is been one thousand Frankie Jenkins. Good morning is that you. Hey, Mike, what's going on? Good. I'm fine..
"frankie jenkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So all right, Dan. What are we going tomorrow? We have George castle. He co wrote a book about the sixty nine cubs with Frankie Jenkins. Awesome. Okay. We'll talk about the sixty nine cubs. That'd be happening tomorrow on this show. The news is coming up after this. The numbers are in. Is where Chicago com for podcasts. Here's what's happening now on WGN. Plus, Elizabeth alfono might have just made a huge breakthrough with a veggie Meatloaf recipe of gyms arguing with himself about his impersonations. What else and the prickliest podcasts? Here's the inspiration behind the two new comic strip characters. Look them up WGN nineteen and Google play. Thanks, everybody for listening. We'll talk to the author of a book about the sixty nine cubs tomorrow. And it'll be triple play Thursday and much more. Stay tuned right now for the news is next and then Steve Grzanich with the opening bell. Stay tuned for that hear the sounds that matter the top five at five from the Roe Conn show with Anna davlantes, weekday afternoons seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio on tune in WBZ news time is five o'clock. The news is sponsored by green tea services. Here's Vic Vaughn. Thanks. Good morning, light, drizzle fog and mist at O'Hare to see TA workers recovering this morning after late night shooting aboard a bus. No one was shot. See ta says the driver hurt his neck when he jumped with ground from the driver's side window, Chicago police say it happened around ten thirty near seventy ninth in cottage grove to passengers got into an argument. One pulled a gun. No arrests South Korea's military has accused this morning. Japan's military of what it calls a clear provocation an official from Seoul's joint. Chiefs of staff. Says plane flew about two hundred feet above the water near a South Korean naval ship. They hundred thousand federal workers are about to miss their second paychecks since the start of the ongoing partial shutdown at the US federal government nearly thirty three days ago. Now ABC news senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce in Tennessee, John Manley, an air traffic controller and father of seven is driving for Uber on his days off that doesn't come anywhere close to offsetting the the salary that were missing F B I agents are also looking for other work agents warned the shutdown is making us less safe. They are unable to do undercover work without the funds to buy drugs or firearms from gang members. The Senate leaders have reached an agreement vote on competing bills Thursday afternoon. Either option would reopen the government each needs said at least sixty votes to pass neither looks to have that kind of support taxi drivers in Madrid. Spain went on strike this morning that blocked major streets angered over what they see as unfair advantages enjoyed they say. Say by ride sharing companies like Uber..
"frankie jenkins" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Andrew Miller been thinking a lot about Lee Smith and heading to the hall of fame and commission. Rick and in claves, just looking at Andrew Miller, some of the talk about his workload and some of the questions about his workload. Holy cow. You wanna talk about workload look at least Smith and a handful of times Rick that he was not only coming on to save games. But was pitching a hundred plus. Innings ninety plus innings that was you know with regularity. I think only him and Mariana Rivera really the workload over the number seasons is is about as close as you can find I think he had like one hundred sixty five or seventy saves of more than one inning out of the four hundred seventy eight. And one year he had like eight or nine of three innings. We're actually had to bat once in a while to which was an experience. Well, you can throw Bruce suitor into that mix to another guy that had a lot of innings for reliever. But the worst part about Lee Smith is he pitched about thirty percent of those innings in the dark field before they had lights, and you know, he comes in strolling in as slow as possible in the eighth and ninth inning. He on unbelievable. Yeah. He'd be he'd be fine for sure. But but he was nasty when it got got the twilight at Wrigley. You know, what I always tell people that same thing when they ask about Lee Smith, I said go ask a hitter who had to face Lee Smith with no lights and dusk is about to set in. And then, you know, he used to load it up a little bit with little Jerry curl activator. So he was impossible to hit. Now. Here's a question. I asked you. Maybe. Whatever it takes. Question for both. You guys what had what Lee Smith had thrown inside more. How many do you think he would have had? Where he said he's heard that from a lot of people. Notably Mike Schmidt. And at least, of course, said why don't you tell me that when I was. But she thinks he would've had over five hundred saves, but he's goes back to Isa's Fergie Jenkins is the one guy you taught me how to pitch and Frankie Jenkins never through inside. Either. You're always on the slider ball, and he's in the hall of fame. So good for him. Good enough for me. So let me take it to this next question. How did the riders blow it in not voting him in before? Now where he was getting close. He was up to about fifty point six percent needing seventy five percent of the vote. And then the steroids era guy started come on the ballot Sosa McGwire bonds Clements Powell Mero, whoever you know. And while none of those guys got in. They did take up a lot of votes. You know, Clements steroid era guys Bagwell's. Sure. Sure. The conversation was was even more about during that time who we're going to not vote for vote for Smith. Didn't get the natural rise. He he started descending. Like, you got worse or she was getting older, but still they got worse than fifth and fifty to forty s and it does happen. But what tells me the esteem in which he's held was there? Sixteen voters on this panel at the winter meetings in Las Vegas. He got all sixteen votes. And we're talking about club owners. We're talking about gentleman's hall of fame players all day managers like Tony. And Joe, Tori. And he got every vote and that doesn't happen. But they all saw him pitch to know. Like there was one member who wanted to bring up ERA, but those guys actually saw his impact on the game. And I think that was important. And I think that's where I think a lot of writers just look at the numbers, and maybe didn't talk to enough people who maybe didn't see him work because had he seen in work. They probably would have had a different opinion you mentioned that Wrigley field. The writers often had to leave the press box which is high up above Wrigley field and go down and sit in the box seats behind the cubs dugout to get onto the field. At the end of the game to go to the cardinals clubhouse, which was upstairs again in Iraq through the dugout. Bunch of steps up. And I got down there and Lees Smith is pitching. It's about four thirty four forty five and George Hendrickson. The on deck circle shaking his head. He knows his chance. Not looking at that. I'm saying he has got no chance. It was really dark talk about game over bingo on the field upstairs. I think it's been accurately described guys as because of the amount of players and guys who played in the steroid era. Even guys who were not as a -sarily ever implicated with steroids. Jeff Bagwell took him seven years on the ballot to get in Tim Raines famously decade on the ballot. So many championed his cause to get in. You had you know, Trevor Hoffman three go rounds Vladimir Guerrero a couple of go rounds because some guys don't wanna vote certain guys in first ballot. It's been described as a front walk that you've got so many qualified players through no fault of maybe a voter. We could sit here, and we could include Lee Smith or economically Smith, and you could come up with ten guys every year and more than ten guys every year who are more than qualified to get in. And it's a shame that because of that someone like Jimmy Edmonds falls off after the first year. I'm not saying he should be voted into the hall of fame. That's a different discussion. But fact that he falls off Rick after one year, I think is just a testament to how front logged this process. I think you're very right about that. And I also think there's a kind of inherent issue of it being subjective to so you're you're gonna talk and you mentioned that as well. But you're gonna have a writer they'll say, well, look he played in Colorado. So I'm not going to go with Larry Walker. But yet he might not say I'm going to vote for Lee Smith who had to pitch in Wrigley field with the wind blowing out most of. Of his career. So I mean, so it's very subjective. Based on what kind of feeling you have about the is one more important or is being being an absolute star for a few years. Sadie Colfax was the best pitcher on the planet for a very short period of time. And he got arm issues and was out very very young did not play a long time. But everybody who saw him knew that Saint Colfax is a hall of Famer. So the the nobody cared about what place he was pitching in at that time. So again that's years and years ago, but I think it's we'd become so savvy about it in. There's so much information out there on the internet that we're all kind of picking and choosing. What variables Rick? We liked the best Barbara come into a spot this year. Now, we're Ted Simmons is going to name. His name is gonna come up on the next veterans committee. Ballot and unlikely Smith or guy fifty percent of the vote. Ted Simmons got three point seven percent of the vote only year he was on the ballot. That means that. About four hundred and thirty five of the four hundred and fifty people voted on that election did not vote for Ted Simmons is one of their top ten now think about role that around in your point. And and now that he only one vote short in Orlando last year, and you know, he on that committee were Don Sutton and Robin yount who play with on the eighty two Milwaukee Brewers club which got to the World Series. So that that helped as as bays was held by LaRussa and riser of now helped the ten other guys voted for Bain stupid sides. Those two Baines is going to open the door for what you're talking about. Though ribs is how many guys had careers like Harold Baines. That are now in that log jam of people that I think in this case, you know, being part of lockout because he'd been at three thousand hit guy to strike both. So I think, you know, health whatever he was the three thousand hit guy. So he would have. And a great teammate, and I can speak from. And I was thrilled that he got in absolutely thrilled. You have the variable of didn't play defense all the time too. And so that is weighed differently for different voters as well. And and how how important is defense. I mean, we know by being at the Saint Louis cardinals at Ozzie Smith defended his way to the hall of fame. Now, we also had to hit to get there. But but by far the best player on the defensive side in the game for an entire decade any earned it. But I think what what's great about the game. Now, it's we're dealing dealing now with people who have a specialty skill where they're the best to what they do. With Baynes in Edgar Martinez being the best D H is we witnessed Bruce suitor. And we're gonna see Rivera and Lee Smith the best closers. I think we're going to specializes thing which is fine with me because you know, I don't expect a closer to be a good hitter. I don't expect certain guys do things that you know, they're not expected to do. But if they're really really good at that aspect, then you gotta go. I can't wait till we get down to level of where we're picking the guy who's best at picking a guy off a first base. Then I'm going to be back and be gone by the rookie. I hope I hope. It's cardinals countdown to opening day presented by Arun. Chris Rabi, Mike clayborn joined by Rick Tomlin record. And let's take a quick break. We'll be back. Plenty more to come. As the guys hanging out in studio this hour back in a moment of the Saint Louis cardinals radio and.
"frankie jenkins" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"For the giants bullpen throws a called strike one to doable harare lefthander against lefthander last of the eight four to the phillies are leading now harris graduated as if to bond and he takes a slaughter for a ball one and one so i think we should make our trivia question sponsored by stubhub stubhub unofficial partner of the san francisco giants tonight paxton the second canadianborn pitcher to throw a no hitter who was the first that's a good question very hard question here's the one one pitch swing lied right base hit the right field satellite he broke his back ninety three mile an hour fastball right in on the hands and i think he broke his bat and still had enough on it too it through the right side of the infield that's the second head of the game for harare it will bring up erin altair frankie jenkins was an outstanding pitcher who's in baseball's hall of fame in cooperstown but i don't recall whether or not he pitched a no hitter seemed like he was again who could have but as it is not frigging generally good guests but it's not i have no memory of him pitching his altera who homered his first time and he takes a called strike and fastball on the inside altair home to the second inning that tied the game at the time he flied out to right center in the third graduate out to longoria the third baseman in the fence so he's one for three tall strong right handed hitter ronald i nobody out forty two phillies smith delivers swinging a high foul out of play off to the right there's probably too hard a question to get the answer last happened in nineteen forty five wow the first canadian pitcher a little before my time nineteen forty five so this still during the the war years correct a of players were away in the.