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Lauer works 7, Tellez and Taylor homer as Brewers top Reds
"The brewers put up two home runs early and wrote the starting pitching of Eric Lauer to beat the reds 5 to one A two run Homer from rowdy teles in the first inning and a three run shot by Tyrone Taylor in the second provided all the scoring they didn't need much as Lauer pitched 7 strong innings He says it was important to bounce back after getting swept in Pittsburgh We hit a little skid there I think getting back on the win column is a big thing for us just because it changes the mood and the Clubhouse It changes the vibe The brewers went on a night they celebrated their only pennant which happened 40 years ago Check Freeman Milwaukee
Thomas Friedman: Nancy Pelosi Should Stay Home, Not Go to Taiwan
"Thomas Friedman is in my view a show for the communist Chinese and why not He's a wealthy man through marriage who lives in Maryland Maryland wants to be very much like the communist Chinese government But there you have it And free men and just so you know the Roberts who is the chief justice may have heard it the couples are very very close Tommy and Johnny And their wives are very very tight I thought you would want to know that In so Freeman is asked you know this Pelosi going to Taiwan and all What do you think about that Cut 14 go So what do you tell Nancy Pelosi then A lot of folks that apparently according to The New York Times our paper saying that inside The White House are very concerned about her going over there Just stay home This whole trip is completely out of context Eyes on the prize The prize is Ukraine defeating Russia China is helping us do that right now Did you know China is helping us defeat Russia right now Just staying home Nancy capitulate
Tellez hits pair of 3 HRs, Brewers top Twins 10-4 for sweep
"Rowdy teles pounded at a pair of three run homers and the brewer offense exploded for a ten to four win over the twins To lez hit one in the first inning and then in the fourth gave the brewers some separation with a line drive Homer to right to make it 8 three Milwaukee Winning pitcher Corbin Byrne says teles carried the team Strong human being So most of the time all you gotta do is just put a barrel on it and it's gonna go So it was good to see him You're really really take over the game today and probably win that one for us The brewers have won 5 of 6 since the all star break Check Freeman Milwaukee
Luis Urías hits walk-off sac fly, Brewers nip Twins 7-6
"The brewers have won four O 5 coming out of the all star break needed Luis urias to lift a sacrifice fly with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 9th inning for a 7 6 win over the twins They're kind of like important but I just try to go out there and do the same thing that I'm capable of it Colton Wong and hunter Renfro each homered the brewers then took advantage of two 9th inning walks by twins reliever Tyler Duffy to help set up ureas for the game winner Check Freeman Milwaukee
Freeland sparkles as Rockies top Brewers 2-0 to avoid sweepid sweep
"The rockies prevented the four game sweep led by starting pitcher Cal Freeland in a two zero shutout of the brewers Freeland went 7 inks allowed just four hits before the rockies bullpen took care of the final two innings The brewers did load the bases in the bottom of the 9th before closer Daniel Bard got the final out check Freeman
Freeland sparkles as Rockies top Brewers 2-0 to avoid sweep
"The rockies prevented the four game sweep led by starting pitcher Cal Freeland in a two zero shutout of the brewers Freeland went 7 innings allowed just four hits before the rockies bullpen took care of the final two innings Freeland said he did not want his team to get swept Take a lot of pride in being a stopper You know past three games have been grinders for us where we've had the lead lost it And it kind of struggled later in the game but tonight was a good night The brewers did load the bases in the bottom of the 9th before closer Daniel Bard got the final out the red hot alias Diaz homered for the rockies Check Freeman
Betts hits 200th career HR as Dodgers defeat Giants 4-2
"Mookie betts reached a milestone and Julio urias worked 6 scoreless innings since the Dodgers beat the Giants for the third straight day four to two That's belted one of LA's three home runs and it was the 200th of his career Urea is limited the Giants to two hits and improved to 6 and zero in his last 7 starts Trey Turner and Freddie Freeman also homered in the Dodgers 14th victory in their last 15 games Gavin Lux editor in RBI triple to the victory San Francisco didn't score until Luis Gonzalez and Joey Bard hit RBI singles in the 9th Alex wood took the loss yielding two runs over four innings I'm Dave
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:55 p.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm Josh rower the Dodgers winning streak is over correspondent Mike Reeves has more from St. Louis Milton gorbon and Albert Pujols at solo home runs in the Cardinals 7 to 6 win over the Dodgers ending in Los Angeles 7 game winning streak St. Louis also gets three runs matted in by catcher Andrew kisner I go win against a good team who's hot right now so I mean great team win overall pitch good play good defense Got the timely hits RBIs so overall great win Pretty Freeman goes four for 5 with a home run and two RBIs while Trey Turner adds a two run blast for the Dodgers Mike Reeves St. Louis In a battle of the top two teams in the NL east the braves top the mets four to one Thanks in large part to a two run Homer by Matt Olson in the 6th inning The Yankees got a great start from Garrett Cole but blue a three nothing lead in the 9th losing to the reds four three Cincinnati's Jonathan India drove in a pair to give the reds the lead late Unbelievable win I think it's our best one of the year Shows a lot of fight and who we are What kind of team we are I'm just happy you can do it We did it with this group because it's doesn't stop finding ever And you guys see that So we'll keep going Until the break and we'll go after that Cold struck out 11 over 7 innings but clay Holmes allowed four runs in the 9th to take the loss On the verge of NHL free agencies opening the Pittsburgh penguins have re signed one of the organization's greatest players Center of Guinea malkin has agreed to a four year deal with the only NHL team he's ever played for The deal for the 35 year old is worth $6.1 million per season And Baker Mayfield said that he was quote shocked to learn that he was not in the Cleveland brown's future plans earlier this off season but the 2018 first overall NFL Draft pick has had a few months now to digest the brown's decision to replace him with deshaun Watson and says that he is eager to take advantage of a fresh start with his new team the Carolina Panthers I'm Josh rowntree AP sports
Pujols, Gorman home runs power St. Louis past Dodgers 7-6
"Nolan gorbon and Albert Pujols at solo home runs in the cardinal 7 to 6 win over the Dodgers ending in Los Angeles 7 game winning streak St. Louis also gets three runs matted in by catcher Andrew kisner I go win against a good team who's hot right now so I mean great team win overall pitch good play good defense Got the timely hits RBIs so overall great win Pretty Freeman goes four for 5 with a home run and two RBIs while Trey Turner adds a two run blast for the Dodgers Mike Reeves St. Louis
Freeman gets 4 hits, Dodgers roar back to sweep Cubs 11-9
"The Dodgers pulled out their 7th straight win by erasing a pair of 5 run deficits in an 11 9 downing of the cubs Freddie Freeman was four for 5 with a Homer and two RBIs as LA completed at ten and one home stand Trey Turner and Will Smith also drove in two runs apiece and Gavin Lux reached base four times The NL west leaders rallied after PJ Higgins belted his first career Grand Slam in Chicago's 5 run first and David bodie added a three run shot to make it 8 three in the third Turner's RBI single put the Dodgers up 9 8 in the 6 run third Bruce Starr grotta roll worked out of a two on none out jam in the 8th and picked up the save I'm Dave
Kershaw looks like an All-Star in Dodgers' 4-2 win over Cubs
"The Dodgers were four two winners over the cubs behind Clayton Kershaw and Freddie Freeman Kershaw struck out ten and limited Chicago to one earned run in 5 hits over 7 and two thirds He improved to 6 and two and helped Los Angeles earn its 6th straight win Freeman broke a two two stalemate with a two run single in the 7th after Jake lamb tied it with a solo shot earlier in the inning Cubs starter Marcus stroman pitched four innings of two hit ball in his first outing since June 3rd Craig kimbrell struck out two in the 9th and earned the save I'm Dave
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 12:22 a.m. EDT
"TP sports I'm chuck Freeman the New York Yankees are simply walking away with the American League east and their stranglehold on the division got even tighter The Yankees win their open air against the Boston Red Sox's geffen kobal reports Josh Donaldson's 6th career Grand Slam in New York's 5 run third inning helped the Yankees hold off the rival Red Sox in a 6 5 win It was a big situation for us So you know give us a little bit of a cushion there Donaldson slam was followed by a solo blast by Aaron hicks Houston beat Kansas City 5 two Justin Verlander got his American League leading 11th win I had to make some pitches and some big spots and trust my defense behind me and every game is not going to go perfectly without traffic Toronto failed to Seattle Baltimore down the LA angels Detroit beat Chicago White Sox first major league Grand Slam for JD Davis in the New York mets ten nothing route of Miami This is just a great night Got three barrels and just contributed to the ball club and it's a great team win St. Louis avoided a four game sweep by beating Atlanta three two in 11 manager Oliver marvel says the win was much needed That's a good win We've gotten beat the last couple of days here and they played good baseball Ellie Dodgers beat the Chicago Cubs Philadelphia over Washington Colorado beat Arizona San Diego beat San Francisco and extras and Pittsburgh and Cincinnati split it up header Wimbledon Rafael Nadal has pulled out of a semifinal match with Nick curios because of a torn abdominal muscle so curios moves on to his first Grand Slam final where he'll meet Novak Djokovic or cam nori Anz jabara advanced to her first Grand Slam final she'll meet another first timer Alayna rob akina in the women's final Your isle of kosky The first ever Slovakian taken first in the NHL draft he went to Montreal I think it's a really good organization and importing thing is that they know what they want and I know what I want So it's good for me that they picked me WNBA star Brittany griner pleaded guilty to drug position in a Russian court could face ten years in prison Check Friedman AP sports
Cubs rally against Brewers' bullpen, win 2-1 at Milwaukee
"Twice in the series the cubs were able to get the brewer reliever Josh hader one of the best closers in baseball PJ Higgins delivered a two out RBI single off hater to snap a tie game at the top of the 9th inning and give the cubs a two to one win Cubs starting pitcher Adrian Sampson says the theme is confidence in the backup catcher Higgins that he'll deliver in the big moments A lot of people in the Clubhouse trust the guy and he's been doing a steak so it's getting it off the hater and the 9th inning is a rare thing And then putting us ahead is very impressive Earlier in the series the cubs had tied a game in the 9th inning against hater who leads baseball and saves check Freeman
Suzuki homers again, Hendricks hurt as Cubs top Brewers 8-3
"The cups had their starting pitcher go down early yet the bullpen and the bets carried the way for an 8 three win over the brewers Kyle Hendricks left after three innings with shoulder soreness but the bullpen covered the final 6 innings allowed just one run and the offense gave the cubs the lead in the 5th on sayas Suzuki's two run Homer a brewer starter Jason Alexander Hendricks says the cubs offense help rescue the team after his short start Why not I mean just putting good ABs and kind of making them work and that's our game So that was yeah that was awesome to see And really picked me up The cubs rallied from an early two zero deficit Suzuki's home run broke a two two tie the two teams have split the first two games of the series Chuck Freeman
Dodgers go deep 3 times in 7-2 win over Padres
"The Dodgers homeward three times in the first inning of a 7 two win over the Padres Freddie Freeman Will Smith and Justin Turner built a consecutive solo shots during a 7 pitch span off you Darvish It was the third time the Dodgers of homered three times in an inning Turner was two for three with two RBIs and two runs scored in the Dodgers 14th win in their last 15 meetings with the Padres Tyler Anderson became the third annual pitcher with 9 wins He's 91 after limiting the podrace to a run in 6 hits over 6 and a third Darvish dropped to 7 and four and San Diego fell four and a half games behind the Dodgers in the NL west I'm Dave
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:14 a.m. EDT
"GP sports I've checked Freeman They went back and forth in a scoreless duel in New York two teams that had visions of playing in October and the Houston Astros scored late to beat the New York mets to nothing Justin veranda was outstanding earning his tenth win after his return from Tommy John surgery I definitely feel different you know some of my pitches haven't felt as sharp some of them have felt better You know I think my curveball this year has been really good I feel largely the same but the stuff seems to be playing a little bit different He tossed 8 innings allowed two hits with 8 strikeouts Mike mancuso New York While in The Bronx the New York Yankees completed a three game sweep of the Oakland a's 5 to three Giancarlo Stanton hit a three run Homer His last 6 hits have been the long ball It's an interesting time right now We're not getting too many hits but when I am in the Homer The LA Dodgers avoided a three game sweep with an 8 four win at Colorado Boston held on for a 6 5 win in extra innings in Toronto Minnesota scored three in the tenth Cleveland scored four to win 7 to 6 the game winner a two run shot from Josh naylor Rowdy teles has hit 5 home runs since Sunday He hit a pair in leading Milwaukee to a 5 three win over Tampa Be more compact and not as aggressive in a swing Has helped me make more contact and be able to keep everything in the middle of the field Yeah you got a two run blast from Avi Garcia in the 9th four four three comeback win at St. Louis Atlanta down Philadelphia four to one Adam Duvall hit a 400 foot home run the braves now 21 in 5 in June Whoever we put in there right now is stepping up and doing the job and that's huge Oh the angels over the Chicago White Sox Pittsburgh Washington Kansas City down Texas San Diego Arizona Detroit one at San Francisco Seattle be Baltimore and the Chicago Cubs beat Cincinnati NBA James Harden will opt out of 47.7 million from Philadelphia as the team works a deal in hopes of using money saved to help build the roster Check Freeman AP sports
Dodgers hit 3 homers, knock off nemesis Rockies 8-4
"The Dodgers avoided a three game sweep by hitting three home runs in an 8 four downing of the rockies Freddie Freeman Will Smith and Cody Bellinger all went deep as LA took advantage of a shaky hermon Marquez Trey Turner added a two run double and Julio urias pitched into the 6th inning Urea is allowing three runs Marques left with an apparent injury to his throwing hand with one out in the fourth after allowing 5 runs and 5 hits One of those hits was Freeman's 446 foot solo drive to center in the first inning Freeman has a 13 game hitting streak I'm Dave
Turner homers, Dodgers stop Braves 4-1 in Freeman's return
"The Dodgers scored two in the first and never looked back as they celebrated Freddie Freeman's emotional return to Atlanta with a four one win Freeman collected a hit two walks two runs scored and a World Series championship ring I think everyone here would have understood if I want to know for four or four strikeouts and all that just trying to keep my feet on the ground tonight Luckily my teammates were pretty good tonight so Trey was amazing who was amazing Dodgers starter Julio urias was dominant giving up only one run and three hits while striking out 9 and 6 innings to earn his 5th win Shortstop trade Turner led the offense going three for 5 with a solo Homer his tenth on the season Jim Hart
" freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Little glimpse at the my future, too. 5 days later at four o'clock in the morning, Chelsea's water breaks and their son Brandon is born about four and a half hours later. It was incredible. It's just seeing Brandon born and all never thinking that she was going to be able to do it again. Let alone Carrie and then deliver with no problems. That was special for us. And that's a pretty good end to any movie buster, but that is not the end because there's another baby out of the way. On Valentine's Day, maximus is born to the surrogate. I got to be in the room behind a curtain and right when maximus was born, I got to walk over and see him for the first time and it was just like surreal that he was here. The love that I felt the connection I felt was immediate with him. I just knew that he was mine immediately. Freddy, who grew up with the Freeman 5 with his two older brothers with rosemary with Fred, he now has his own Freeman 5, with Charlie, and with Brandon, and now with maximus and he's sitting on a couch and talking with his father after he is the three boys all at home and he says to his dad, you know, this is really come full circle for me. Buster, when you look back on all of this, what does this whole story say to you? It really speaks to me to the amount of love that Freddie has within that family. Just to see this wonderful family so connected and holding together through all these really very difficult moments from rosemary's cancer and her death and Fred's health scare to all the way in the last year, everything that Chelsea had to go through to grow this family in the way that they really wanted to. That's why it was so inspiring. Foster only, thank you for taking us full circle with the story of Freddie Freeman and the new Freeman 5. Thanks for having me. I'm Pablo taure. This has been ESPN daily. Our show is produced by Alexander hyacinth, Mike Johns, Steve Martin, Ryan nantel, Andy tennant, eve tro Chris two Manila and Aaron Vale. Special thanks this week to Russell denalo, Jennifer Carson Strauss, and Jackson nudge low. I'll talk to you Monday..
" freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"And right away, Freddie feels like, you know what? She cares about me the way that my mom cared about me. And so they started to make plans about getting married and then having a family. And on the field overall, buster, how did that rookie year ago in 2011? So his rookie year there was a lot of conversation that sprang about outfielder Jason Hayward because Heyward was putting on these unbelievable batting practice displays. He was breaking car windows beyond right field. And I remember walking up to Chipper Jones, who knows so much about hitting, and I was like, wow, so what do you think, a Hayward? And he said, see that kid over there? He's going to be the better hitter. And he point was pointing at Freddy Freeman. I said, well, why would you say that? He said, because his swing will play in the big leagues. He drives this one to center and deep back goes blackman and that's gone. Say hi, Freddie. And he's in the conversation for rookie of the year's first season and established himself as someone that the braves could rely on for years to come. So at this point, buster, Freddie Freeman's trajectory is basically pointing completely vertically. He becomes the face of the franchise, he's the heir apparent to the aforementioned Chipper Jones. He has a love of his life now. How do the next couple years evolve for him in terms of his baseball career, but also just in his life? Yeah, he was getting better and better as a player, but the braves were getting worse and worse. So for years, the conversation about who's the most underrated player in baseball always seemed to surround Freddie Freeman. And when we talked to Bryce Harper, he mentioned that Freddy's been one of the most underrated players. Now off the field, you know, he marries Chelsea and she said that she knew right away that having a family was going to be something incredibly important to Freddie because he loved kids. And of course, he'd had that experience as a child of the Freeman 5 and how close they were and how close the family was. Not only leading up to rosemary's death, but how they supported each other afterward and having a family was something that was always going to be important to Freddie. So within a year after their marriage, Chelsea becomes pregnant. We were in Turks and Caicos on vacation. I take in a test before we went just to make sure, but it was negative, but I was still late, so I'm like, let me take another test, and it said positive. The moment that you see pregnant, I just felt like time stopped really. I was a ball of emotions. I got up and she was nowhere to be found. And then finally I walked out of the room and she was outside and she was like, hey, I made you breakfast. And she puts the pregnancy indicator on a plate. Undercover and Freddie lifts it, wondering if he's gonna have scrambled eggs or eggs Benedict or something like that instead, it's this pregnancy stick indicating, yes, Chelsea is pregnant. And I like look straight down. I looked at her and said, are you serious? I just embraced her and I couldn't believe that my dream of being a dad was gonna come true. All right, buster after the break, the joy and the struggles,.
" freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"So buster Freddie Freeman loses his mother tragically at age ten, two years after that, he almost loses his dad at age 12, how does this impact and shape his development as a baseball player? So after mister Freeman's health scare at that point, he commits to his three boys. You know what I'm going to do a better job of taking care of myself. And he does that. And he helps to foster Freddy's development as a baseball player. You know, about 6 months after his mom passed away, he had stopped playing and then baseball really became an outlet for him through his teenage years. And he's big, and he's strong and right away. Folks in the area notice, this is someone who potentially has a chance as a baseball player. And by the time he gets to his senior year in high school, he's a potential first or second round draft pick. So buster at this point, the plan is for ready to go to college unless he is a first or second rounder in the major league draft. But as the draft gets closer, how did things change in Freddy's mind? At two o'clock in the morning, he knocks on his dad's doors, and he basically said, look, I want to play baseball. We had that in our mind that if you're not first round pick, let's just go to school and get your degree. As we were getting closer to the draft, you know, it just kind of dawned on me that I just wanted to play baseball. For Fred Freeman, that was an incredibly important thing to get his degree. But he sees Freddie's passion to play professional baseball and he relents. And so after the braves draft him in the second round, he asked he signs the paper because at that point, Freddie was 17. And the new deal between Fred and Freddie was that he was gonna get four years to get to the big leagues and if it didn't happen, then you know what? He was gonna go to college. I think it worked out for him. So Freddie gets to the minor leagues. He gets drafted. He ends up being a prospect of note. And after a few years, he gets called up to the big leagues in September of 2010, and in a lot of ways buster, those first few games, they seem forgettable. But there is this one at bat in Philadelphia on September 21st. What happened? Yeah, against future Hall of Famer Roy halliday. And as his dad told us he was watching on television and he saw Freddie inserted into the game as a pinch hitter and he was like, yeah, holiday is going to strike about on three pitches. We head now to the top of the 7th inning braves have some more work to do. Freddie Freeman will come on and pitch it. I got up there, you know, I'm just a 21 year old kid that had 13 at bats. As Freeman jumps on the first pitch and he launches a tape measure shot deep to right and gone. His first career Homer against Roy Hamilton. It was one of those swings where you hit the ball and you don't really feel the ball hit your back, and I was like, oh my gosh. That ball's going out. And you love the old video of it because you can see Freddy as a young player. He's a very respectful understated person and as he's rounding the bases, having hit this home run off this incredible pitcher, he was just suppressing a grin. And it's not till he gets back to the dugout and some of his teammates are giving him a hard time good naturedly that he finally can smile. So aside from that Homer against Roy halliday, buster, 2010 for Freddie Freeman was kind of unremarkable, but the next year, 2011, when he's officially a rookie that's his official rookie season, that would be super important for him both on and off the field. That's because he meets his future wife Chelsea. The first time I met Chelsea, it's 2011. Spring training. It was just so comfortable with her, you know, I didn't have to be someone different. And the first thing that he notices is she doesn't really know that much about baseball. When I first met him, I didn't know anything about baseball at all. He would quiz me after each game, so to help me learn baseball. She had flown up to Atlanta and I went over for, I think with two strikeouts and.
" freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"This past spring and exclusive emotional portrait of one of the game's best players. Someone who opens up as never before about loss and loved ones and how hard it could be to build a family of your own. I'm Pablo Toure. It's Friday, October 29th. This is ESPN daily. Buster, thanks for joining me man. I appreciate it. Sure, great to talk with you. So we're talking to you today about this documentary you reported for E 60. It is called full circle. The Freddy Freeman story. And as that title might imply, you'd chart his journey, two Major League Baseball, but the journey, the story is as much about family as anything buster about his journey to starting his own, and why that is so deeply important to him. And so I just wanted to start here at the beginning of that circle. To talk about who Freddy Freeman was before he became the all star the MVP. We now know him as today. He was a happy kid growing up in Orange County, California. With two older brothers with his mom rosemary and his dad Fred, you know, fell in love with baseball in an early age. My first real memory is tee ball. I was 5 years old. I'm left handed. I went up there and stood left handed and I guess my coach tried to turn me around right handed and my mom came storming up and goes, he's left handed. He's gonna stay left handed. And he was a kid, as he said, his mom loved him very hard. I think I'm a spitting image of her. Just such a caring loyal person. Her love just poured out and it poured into me. This is someone who he was incredibly close to. And looked at her as being, you know, his backbone. And someone they could count on for support. But she had gotten melanoma when he was 5 years old. He didn't really have an awareness of it. And then in the fall of 1999, she had a recurrence and within 6 months, she was in hospice. And Freddie, as he said to me, all along, he just assumed that his mom was going to make it through. So Freddie is ten years old, buster, when his mom gets diagnosed with this recurrence of melanoma and the stability that he's known is suddenly threatened. What happened next? Well, he and his older brothers, every day after school, they would immediately leave and rather than go and play the sports, which they all played. It was a baseball family. They would go to the hospital and then.
" freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Hey, everyone, Pablo here. We're doing something a little different for today's episode because tonight the Atlanta Braves are gonna try and retake their lead in the World Series against the Houston Astros. And one of my favorite episodes of this podcast is a show we did back in April, about first baseman Freddie Freeman, the MVP of the braves. And the story is about so much more than baseball. I think it's gonna stick with you as it is stuck with me and change the way you see this guy and the way you watch this World Series going forward. Buster you've been working on this story about braves first baseman Freddie Freeman for a long time now. What drew you to his story? Well, of course, you know, he's one of the best players in baseball. MVP of the national league in 2020, he was probably the most prominent athlete to have a series case of coronavirus with his temperature spiking in July to a 104.5. But as we did this, oh my goodness, it really, in my 20 years at ESPN, it's one of the most rewarding stories that I've done, one of the most inspiring stories that I've done because they're just so many layers and to see the relationships within Freddy's family and how his life is really come full circle from the.
" freeman" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Posted all over the town and danny said afterwards that the sheriff deputies were following him and stocking the family the incident was investigated and it was decided in favor of the deputy. That's not a big surprise. no it isn't local. People had their own theories about what happened that day and the freeman family is understandably upset and angry and that created the ongoing hostility between danny freeman. The sheriff's danny certainly believed that his son was killed in an act of cold-blooded murder and according to the family shot in the back. Which would make the author story of what happened untrue. Still the shooting list ruled justifiable based on the testimony of the shooter. And that's the deputy named david hayes. Well i guess according to the sheriff's office this deputy passed a lie detector test when he was giving his version of events. So that makes it. True now doesn't oh. We know that lie detector tests really don't determine who's lying. It just measures the stress response right now back in the summer of ninety eight. Ashley's father. Danny who was already known to have a really violent temper. Had been charged with abusing. Shame and shane wasn't the only one who was a victim of danny's temper beck in nineteen eighty five. Danny was charged with beating his father-in-law after the father-in-law trimmed danny's front yard bushes without asking for permission. So the father in law had a restraining order against danny for his own protection. The local rumor was the danny was involved in drugs and he was verbally and even physically abusive of his wife and children. But he and kathy would definitely deny this and there was no evidence his wife. Cathy was described as a very loving caring person and she was also a dependable worker. She was the main supporter of the family. At this point. She always showed up for work and she was one who was never in trouble with the law at all. So initially sixteenth birthday. Her mom cathy freeman was thirty. Seven it was a wednesday and kathy had a lot to do for her daughter's special day. She prepared a late breakfast of biscuits and gravy. For danny and danny had been doing as he was working. Odd jobs heeded some welding here and there. He also sold wildflowers and willow branches to a local florist..
" freeman" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"Today i am joined by friend of the show friend of the devops community friend of everybody who is an awful well known author and devops personality. Shall we say. Emily freeman so emily. Thanks for joining me today. They watch for having me. I'm glad to be back. I expect to spend the next hour talking about why you're wrong about the oxford comma just so everybody knows. That's that's fine. Yes i accept. This battle is ongoing. You are fucking obsessed with that fucking comma. I think there's a couple of interesting things we could start talking about. You and i both just started new jobs and some different stuff. That might be interesting to talk about. I mean by the time. Y'all are listening this episode. Because in a lovely way we have a nice backlog of episodes eighty so by the time. You're listening to this. Emily and i will be like old. Hats are at our gates. But right now as you're listening we both just started a weaker either one week or two weeks ago depending on who it was so yeah. I'm on day five of see. I'm ending my second week. So i'm very in old hat. There i've lost. My appeal is the new and shiny at the company. Emily will start with you. What's up like i am so excited about this move. Obviously i'm coming off with microsoft as cloud advocacy team for a long time. And now i will be moving her at aws. So i am working on devops strategy messaging across the entire product line. I'm really kinda focusing on. How do we make all of these products. Make sense for the community. That is pretty cool. I went to somewhere not quite as big left red hat which is part of ibm which is if not will the biggest company that one of the biggest companies out there and i joined a startup called plumey and it's a little bit of a smaller org and put it this way. We have a weekly all hands. The entire company is on zoom together. Every monday and various other times. Because you can do that. Yeah it's it's been it's been interesting to start up somewhere new. If you're not familiar this is coming back to a place. I'd been before in a way. Not the director. Argh but the area so gloomy is around infrastructure's code and longtime listeners of the show may remember that i used to work at jeff. And there's actually a bunch of us former chef folks over at bologna which is pretty exciting to come back in and work with some old friends..
" freeman" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
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" freeman" Discussed on FreeWorld Podcast
"I had. My guest. Favorite guests. Inaugural guest. My Pool Aka Shannon Ford Freeman. Kobe pop-up. POPEY PROPO- Hey. So Just to let everybody know again this, you're listening to the free world podcast and I have my wife here with me Shannon she's a mother of four. Him. True. Let me do the intro. So she's a mother of four. Author of thirteen thirteen books. She's an English teacher. and She is director of a nonprofit reach redirecting educating aligning community help. You knew that already. Make sure you got all the words, right? Yeah, thank you for taking over. Prop wouldn't have it any other way. But yeah again she's an Arthur and you know my love we've known each other since we were very young. Or five years old and. We we both grew up in the same town port, Arthur Texas we represent. P. A. and. We've been married now for eleven years. Twelve years..
" freeman" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"I'm also happy to accept one time pledges via paypal sell, Fen, Mo, or pop money. You can find more details on my website or at the bottom of each blog episode. I. Also WanNa, remind everyone that you can follow me on twitter at Amr podcast. I also have a facebook group called American Revolution podcast. The careful. Though there is a second group called. American Revolution podcast group instead of just American. Revolution podcast. That one has nothing to do with my podcast and is run by some other guy. He also has a facebook page called American Revolution Podcast, which also has nothing to do with my podcast. So if you WANNA get connected to the one related to this podcast, be sure to select the group that is simply called American Revolution podcast. I did check out the other group and noticed some comments. There were of people who were clearly referring to my podcast rather than the other one. Sorry, that this can get so confusing but I guess American Revolution podcasts are becoming a rather competitive feel. This week we covered the battle of freemen's farm sometimes called the first battle of Saratoga. The British under General Burgoyne are becoming desperate as they are cut off from Canada and unable to reach New York City. The battle was the British army's attempt to break through the American lines and finally reach New York. I briefly mentioned in the main show that we call it the battle of Freeman's farm because the battles fault on a field owned by Tori named Freeman. The farmer in question was a man named John Freeman who had rented the land that he was farming from General Philip Schuyler. Freeman along with his wife and ten children had in fact, fled to Canada earlier in the war. It turns out though that Freeman enlisted in the king's loyal Americans and was with this loyalist regiment as it marched back to his old home. By some family histories he served as a local guide to the British during the time surrounding this battle. Is. Twelve. Year old son Thomas Freeman was also with him during the campaign. Freeman managed to survive the battle and the campaign. At least one source I read said that when Burgoyne surrendered his army, the loyalists that were with him were permitted to return to Canada. I'm not sure if the Americans allowed the return or if the loyalists simply melted away and made their way back to Canada on their own. This is actually a question. I'm still trying to answer. However we do know that by early November John Freeman and his son were back in Saint John's Quebec and were reunited with their family. I wish. I. Could say they lived happily ever after but a short time later a smallpox. Killed Jon Freeman his wife and seven of his ten children..
" freeman" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Rather than into a philosophy and substance. Well I. think that's really beautifully. Put in with that philosophy in that approach I think certainly the cars and the future of the marker are in good hands. Freeman one last thing before you go. I like to ask all of our guests. If a genie popped out of a bottle and said you can have three cars what they be. Oh my gosh. That is such a difficult question because I. Look at it always reshuffling the deck in your always having to sell something to buy something, these are free, and you not only get a genie. You get three extra parking space. Yeah, yeah I mean I love the early nine love love love love the early nine eleven and I think that one of the experiences I would love to have would probably be a sixty seven nine eleven s soft window. Targa or I love those two cars I. Think they'd be perfect. The second car if I had a more modern car I love, the new roof or the new singer I think I would have something like that and built to my design specs. I would be very particular about how to do details inspecting and everything else on those cars. And then the other car is something much more elemental and I already have one. It's a caterer ham super seven. Early one so it's really pure aluminum body. Bare aluminum and with a British racing green knows and flying fenders I love driving that car. That is an amazing Dr, isn't it? I've had a chance to drive a few of them in their absolutely revelatory. Yeah I think everybody should at one time own a Super Salvin, because from that point you reference everything else, and it's you really don't want to drive a car like that on the freeways you drive it in the canyons. Drive down the coast. It is about minimalism, and it's about the smallest cabin that you possibly have literally and I just love that the togetherness that you feel in that car. So. I think that would make a nice combination of the Coles. I'm always designing something. And I tell you it's kind of like a popcorn machine every single day every single hour. I'll start on idea and kind of bring it up to fruition, and by the time I bring it up to fruition on board, and I'm GonNa go to the next one. You know, so it's the way it is. That's the mark of a true designer, and obviously you are. You're one of the few. Thank you so much, thank you. That is a great trip sector. Early kind of speaks to a sense of purity that I.
" freeman" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Experience because that's really what makes driving couple lives. Well! That's one of the things that I talked to looseness stony about all through the last fifteen years that the experience of keeping the car and analog experience, because the rest of the world is going to a digital experience, and there's a backlash coming off of that in one of the backlashes is that Porsche went all PDK until there was a backlash with their enthusiast and they finally decided well. We're going to do one thing. It's gotta be called. Nine eleven are working to build a limited production, GONNA manual boxes, and they sold out immediately. That's right, and so all of a sudden now they are smart enough to listen to the enthusiast. Enthusiast one side and say okay. We're GONNA. Come out with manual version. There's GonNa be a manual version of the nine to and come up with their GT floors, except for maybe a car like a GT to are asked, which is all about the numbers, and it's all about the track right? Yeah, it's different. Being analog is something that still has value today. It absolutely does with right Freeman I wanNA talk about poor shirt, because that's where the passionate probably the brightest I know that when we met way back when you were just about ready to launch into your, our group talked to us about what the art group is all about. Okay, well the are group really started in nineteen ninety nine, but it was really if you think about the beginning of the ninety s, the movement on early nine eleven's especially if you look at Northern California and Southern California. Had A lot of friends that.
" freeman" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Continuing our conversation with Freeman. Thomas, design, career included stints with Porsche Volkswagen Audi Daimler Chrysler Freeman let's get right back into it. Chrysler must have been a fascinating place to explore sort of the conductor role, as it were putting together teams and getting people inspired and excited about your vision. You went from there to Ford. Is that right? Yes, so, what happened was I got a call from Jamie's one day and he says Hennard fisker. Just quit. You don't get. It was running the studio in Irvine at that time, and so he said I would really like you to take over his role, which was advanced design, and so that was a no brainer for me, because I knew a lot of the team there and so I joined Ford and at that point it was North American advanced design which a grew later in yours to global advanced design where we had the small studio in London in Soho called. Called Genie! We have a studio in Shanghai. In also in Dearborn in the cellar of Dearborn I retired in twenty seventeen at the end of two, thousand, seventeen. I was eligible for retirement. I'm only sixty two now so for me. It was a opportunity really to go to the next level of we really would. I WanNa do and work much more entrepreneurially, but I love Ford loved the people there because they were a little bit more fluid. They sought a little bit more out of the box. Chrysler I think. Maybe it's different now under Fiat organization, but before it was much more structured. Not that Ford isn't structured. There's so many amazing things that came out of Ford that you have to ask yourself how and why in Aura and lot of it is that it does allow a lobby entrepreneurs to go on in the people are amazing, dealing with leadership in coming up with new concepts in getting feedback and things like that are amazing, and so I'm still have a great relationship with all of them a at sort that's an incredible career trajectory, obviously a love to talk about what your future plans are your present and future plans. Yet well I consult now and one of my clients is roof automobile and so I, did two cars for them actually three back in between Chrysler and Ford small break I did the three for them, and then I did the new CPR for? In Estonia and then the SDR which now are getting production, NYPD those are amazing cars at the complete far into the supercar spectrum in an amazing company that is certainly well known to Porsche enthusiasts. But roof remains kind of best kept secret in the bigger arena in. Quite a couple of important designs, and they're actually seeing some certainly the original yellow bird, even the contemporary design. You're seeing big up in some of the recent auctions zip become very hard. Absolutely in really. The CPR has been something that I've talked to alouine Estonia about since the early two thousands, and I think they had to get a lot of other things out of their heads I and finally the day came Mike would sit down with them and I. would sketch out a platform strategy for them. You know using either aluminum, extrusion or carbon tub and show how you could do a family vehicles, basically by using the same tub, and so the time came where alloys. Alloys was ready, so I went over there, and started taking body panels, and chopping them up and mocking up a concept, and then eventually we got the clay model up running and beheaded great colleague to work with on that from the past is is names, air overs, and there is a clay model or math, Mahler, and also grayer creative in his own right, so it was very great to collaborate with Eric, and so we came up with the idea of widening the door by thirty millimeters aside, and you know this a scary stuff because you're looking at. It's almost like hot rod territory, taking two four and and changing one millimeter of a line. Everybody notices with. And so we had two things we want to preserve with the car was that it didn't exceed the overall length of the original CPR and that it was also identifiable as the pure evolution of that car. Who so again? It's kind of putting my hat back onto concept one days of really kind of looking at a an icon in its own right, so we did the thirty millimeters aside a magically the original roof which we flushed out the. The glass and it's the same roof, and it's the stained glass, except for the recorders which are intakes and all of side, and made the car look as though that it went to the gym and you look at original nine eleven. The doors looked anemic. Literally now you put a little shoulder on them, and they get a little more substantive well. Yeah, and because we're looking at a vehicle that's about the width of a nine five nine. But yeah, we did want to look like that kind of wit, so by developing the fender flares and developing the front rear language, which we wanted it to be pure evolution. Awesome, the original CPR so what we found was little nuances like for instance, put the original Bonnet on it, and now all of a sudden, we had room to develop defender form, so it wasn't pinched against the shot line of the hood. And so now we can make a little bit more voluptuous and bring it out and blended into the doors, and now in the back where the inner coolers were. We had the room for the inner coolers. Ads where normally we would have had to figure out how to pack that those things in, but now you had the extra internet hats on either side right like a nine, nine, three, nine, five nine, where they brought the whole back end out. That's right, and they came back into the that original door section, in I'm amazed that we never did it on nine five nine, because helmet boss did not want to change that door, but I think had he opened it up. It would have been a better car and so for myself if I think about all the years that I've been around nine eleven's coming from childhood with Jeff swore all the way fast forward to working at Porsche our group. Being around the faithful around this thing, but having my own mindset.
" freeman" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Nine, hundred, ninety nine. He was messing around with skies, daughters guy named Jackie Freeman. George Freeman is. Walking to his no relation, so George. Freeman was walking to his home. One night and he was shot in the neck. The gun jammed is he was laying on the ground? George Freeman gets up and starts chasing him. You Bastard and the the shooter runs off. turns out. It was this guy. Janke Freeman. He was the father of of one of Georgia's younger girlfriends. He was later shot in his driveway. The. Man who was alleged shooter was later shot in his driveway, but shortly after this George Freeman sort of retires while all this was going on. He was aide been slowly getting an addiction to demel, not not heroin or anything, but when Demirel was sort of a classier thing, but it's through the years he had he had. Had different some pain I think it had a back injury, but he hadn't Demirel addiction. He just had it through the years he died of lung cancer in one thousand nine hundred eighty, he was real heavy smoker, but he more or less retired in nineteen, seventy nine, and it was really on the periphery I think he's still kind of like kind of like a lefty Rosenthal he still he still played numbers and all, but he sort of as I understood it. He came out with his with his biography, but as far as the real criminal world. There's not much set of him after nineteen seventy nine I. think that he he he lived off of numbers in gambling. Then Stan Smith's on. overdosed nine, hundred, seventy nine, and at that time he sort of stepped away, also, he had a large drug empire that he sort of turned over, so he had a lot of money George Freeman had a lot of money Stan Smith got lot of religion. He was born again, and he lived the rest of his life as a very wealthy true believer. Lenny McPherson continued in the criminal empire older than the other two, but he continued he was. He was the boss, so he ran things from a distance. He was sentenced to prison in the nineteen nineties. He attacked a business rival. In died of a heart attack in jail in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six. But he was, he lived in a nice home with with bulletproof glass in large gates, and his neighbors all had nothing, but nice things to say about him died in jail of art attack. He was kind of that. Tony Accardo right. He lutely, Sydney crime family without but he ended up Jalen. Did. Get Him, but He retiree kind of became the professor emeritus exactly right?.
" freeman" Discussed on KOMO
"Amy Freeman says facilities have to have an emergency plan that includes an updated contact list as soon as this broke Patricia hunter reached out to this facility and said alright request a list of all residents and all resident representative it took us one week to get that information sorry two weeks hunter offered to set up a conversation with life care and told the families they should organize and have a point person to contact Ryan Harris como nuisance como's it could now come was Carlene Johnson eight district congressman Kim Schrier urging Washingtonians to stay home if possible can try who's a pediatrician says there have been very few cases thankfully of kids getting seriously sick from corona virus that's a blessing on the other hand there's the downside of that which is that it is impossible the kids are not getting infected with S. try urges parents to try and limit how much their kids are out and about during the six week school closure as they may actually contracted but show no symptoms kids likely have it aren't showing symptoms ours you know transmitting it to one another and then bringing it home to families and if they bring it home to grandparents that's a recipe for disaster so it is really hard to close schools but that's the reason it is to protect all of our public health she says people need to be checking on elderly neighbors and we as a nation need to re think where we get our medical supplies as depending on a foreign country China for all of it has put us in a perilous situation that's come was Carlene Johnson reporting bringing us six thirty four your call more traffic updates every ten minutes on the floor is what's going on Tama well we're still watching this issue intent is no return box truck on the north on highway one sixty seven exit to eighty fourth Avenue south it's there at the end of the exit there is a tow truck on the scene and how they help the box truck back on its wheels now the extension northbound eighty fourth Avenue when you get to the end of that exit still closed but the exit to south and Central Avenue remained open it's a common sense of your site once been reported on highway sixteen across the Tacoma narrows bridge and we have separate construction going on information right now one lane is alternating traffic in both directions of highway two oh three just south of northeast still what road there is some slowing in each direction the traffic report is sponsored by Denny's Denny's six ninety nine super slam is back at two eggs two bacon strips two sausage links hash Browns and two pancakes for six ninety nine for a limited time price may vary that from Danny our next call much traffic at six forty four and here's our como eco roof forecast with Shannon o'donnell full starry skies as we head into the after dark hours and after that beautiful day it you're gonna be pretty night but a cold one since we don't.
" freeman" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Right to another episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired spire it and today on the show we are talking about a major superhero movie. Although it's one that's not doing very well and that's kind of a shame. We're talking about birds of prey and the fantabulous emancipation of one Harley. Quinn which is of course the Harley Quinn Spin Spin off solo movie which is actually kind of a team up movie with this Group of female superheroes called the birds of prey are actually. Are They village you know. I still don't even know I mean the the the conceit of suicide squad. which was the first movie with Harley? Quinn in it was that these are all villain. So uh-huh is are the birds of prey villains. I honestly I watched the movie just two days ago and I don't know I don't think they are. I think they're heroes. I think it's just Harley you know it clearly I am a little bit lost but what I do know is that you should have gone and seen this movie. I don't like that it's flopping hard as it is i. I didn't love the movie. I thought it was pretty good But it should not be flopping like this and it's a shame because it's just gonNA give more fodder to these awful nerds online who loved spout hate constantly so so go see this damn movie or a and then come back and listen to this conversation. I've got coming up here with Chad. Clinton Freeman who I originally was thinking that I would in May get a female co host for this episode but Chad is such a big DC. superfan that I gotTa have him on every DC related movie that comes out so so you know there's GonNa be lots of great coverage by female film critics that you should go check out about this movie and get their opinions on it but here you're going to get the here Chad a DC superfan Talk about the movie and talk about some great puzzle pieces. He's got a big list puzzle pieces man for like three times as many as I came. Aim To this episode with. But anyway we're going to get into that in a second. I do WANNA remind you. Please make sure you're subscribed to piecing it together on your podcast APP of choice. You can review us on apple podcasts or Pod chaser if you enjoy this show and of course follow us on social media at piecing pod and one last thing..
" freeman" Discussed on Geek My Kids Podcast
"Yeah well it seems I've been thinking a lot about this since you know we had I talked about me helping you with social media and I still want to contribute to the group in some way and I just haven't figured out how what that's going to be yet but I know that that's what I wanna do that I want to contribute to the group in a way with like maybe the email thing is something that I need to tackle or you know because I have right okay Oh yeah yeah yes yeah okay their house like a podcast or call Michael yes well I wonder I mean if you could if we have a group thing if we get the deal was nailing down the in these times right because everybody's schedules different Yeah Yeah you should ask them what you should just say you should put it out there like what are you like if you wanna come visit like what is that like they can look at airlines and be like well this time of year I can get a better deal than this time of year right like summertime always going to be super bad but what about like in the fall or spring us one is the podcast marathon okay uh-huh oh my gosh gosh don't make them pay don't don't do donations make him pay yeah no oh my gosh so like what would it take be able to make money while you're podcasting that's the biggest thing like what would it take Yeah Yeah Yeah that's true you should be driving that is okay oh my gosh okay yeah right that's awesome operate okay that's also so like mail chimp does that Okay also Oh yeah we'll I would see and I've been thinking a lot about this since I talked about me helping you with social media and and I still want to contribute to the group in some way and I just haven't figured out how what that's going to be yet but I know that that's what I WANNA do that I want to contribute to the group away with like maybe the email thing is something that I need to tackle or you know because I have right okay so yeah yeah yes yeah okay hey there wendy freeman are good hey there on windy freeman and I host a podcast double page.