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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer pays tribute to her with push-ups

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer pays tribute to her with push-ups

"And out of the ordinary tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez with details. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, personal trainer, dropped to the floor in front of her casket at the U. S Capitol and did three pushups in her honor. Brian Johnson showed the Supreme Court justice, the ropes and the gym for more than 20 years. He wrote a book about it called the RBG Workout, How she stays strong, and you can, too. Johnson is also an Army reservist and an equal opportunity advisor

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"freeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:10 min | Last week

"freeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Couple of Giants notes Drew Smyly. The left hander will make his second start since coming back from a strained left index finger is the left hander's so that was Obviously problematic for him. He did make a relief appearance and then started against the Mariners last Wednesday. No decision in three and two thirds innings. Giants book catcher Chad with Trump on the aisle today with a strange shoulder. He played a little and late in last night's game. But obviously needed some time to have that shoulder. Calm down. They brought up Tyler Heinemann from the alternate training site. Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant out of the lineup. Do tow oblique tightness hurt himself while swinging the bat against the Pirates early in last night's game, we'll see if that's going to cause an eye. Elston. Really no word yet from the Cubs on how much time Bryant may miss Cardinals put starting pitcher Dakota Hudson on the 45 Day I also his season is over. Because of a flexor tendon issue. He left his last start against the Pirates last Thursday after only two innings, experiencing some elbow tightness. That's the injury report. The window of opportunity is brought to us by lifetime windows inciting get 35% off during their Grand Slam savings sale. Call 1 800 get Windows. Current Rocky's outfielder and former Giants outfielder Kevin Pilar as the opportunity to continue his hot ways at the plate. He's riding an eight game hitting streak going into tonight's game 13 of 31 during the streak, an average of 4 19 multiple hits in five of the eight games during the run, as well as a home run. He hit that last night couple doubles, three R B eyes and six runs scored during the last eight games. So we'll see if Kevin Pilar can continue to get it done for the Rockies. As kind of Freeland takes a hill Iraqis looking for another much needed win. It is Game two and manager But Black will catch up where Jack will catch up with manager by black when we return on Rocky's on deck on the chaos, Rocky's radio network Oh, right, bitters all.

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Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:35 sec | Last week

Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

"That are acceptable finds have been handed out over unmasked NFL coaches here. CBS's Jim Crow Zula, the NFL can't mask its displeasure with head coach is not wearing a face mask on the sidelines. The Associated Press reports. Three coaches of their teams have been fight for violating the league's rule that they were face coverings during games. They include Denver's Vic Fangio, San Francisco's Kyle Shanahan and Seattle's Pete Carroll. More fines could be coming since Patriots coach Bill Belichick and both coaches in Monday night's game. Jon Gruden of the Raiders and Sean Payton of the Saints were

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Bank stocks are sinking after a report alleges pervasive global money laundering

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:13 sec | Last week

Bank stocks are sinking after a report alleges pervasive global money laundering

"Black cloud over bank stocks. Many are tanking after a report suggesting that global banks may have done little to prevent possible money laundering or other criminal activity by suspicious people between 1999 and 2017.

"freeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | Last week

"freeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From Freeland went with the curve there two balls and a strike. Two nothing. Rockies Dodgers looking for their first hit of the ball game against Freeland next pitches in for a strike for Kyle's in a good rhythm. Being efficient with his pitches as Jack mentioned 20 pitches through the first two innings, and he's got the count is two and two here to Taylor. Lefty comes back to the plate Swing and a miss and Down goes Chris Taylor, strikeout number three for free land. He has fanned the leadoff man in each inning. There's Kiki Hernandez. And when Rios into that on deck circle brought to you by the deck superstore where the pros go for decking schedule a great contractor to build your deck this offseason so you could enjoy it'll spring summer. And fall dex superstore dot com. Hernandez takes a strike hitting it. 2 33. Has a home run against the Rockies. It was in the first series in L. A, and he bounces it foul off the roof of the Dodger dugout. Nothing into so five home runs overall for Enrique Hernandez. 18 R B eyes. He also has five doubles and triples. Right handed batter. Vreeland looked of looking to finish him off the.

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Federal Reserve sees interest rates near zero through 2023

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:28 sec | Last week

Federal Reserve sees interest rates near zero through 2023

"Target to seek price increases above 2% annually, a move the likely keep interest rates low for years to come. The Fed left its benchmark short term rate unchanged at nearly zero, where it's been since the pandemic intensified in March. Fed officials also indicated in a set of economic projections that they expect the rate to stay there, at least through 2023 that interest radiant turn influences borrowing costs for Homebuyers, credit card users and businesses on Wall Street, half until it's in, says the Dow is

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US stocks tick up ahead of Federal Reserve’s rate decision

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:18 sec | Last week

US stocks tick up ahead of Federal Reserve’s rate decision

"Stocks ticking higher in early trading on Wall Street ahead of a decision on interest rate policy by the Federal Reserve, scheduled for the afternoon package delivery giant FedEx helping to lead the way investors don't expect anything major from the Fed, which will announce his decision on monetary policy almost certainly will keep short term rates near zero

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Verizon to Buy TracFone in Deal Valued at Up to $7 Billion

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Verizon to Buy TracFone in Deal Valued at Up to $7 Billion

"A Bloomberg money minute merger Monday, Dealnews lifting the markets, The Dow is up 380 points one and a third percent. The S and P. S of 1.6%. The NASDAQ is 1.8% higher. Stock of immuno medics has doubled. The cancer drug maker is being acquired by Gilead Sciences. Gilead's paying about $21 Billion for, um, you know medics, which recently reported a breakthrough in treating breast cancer. Other deals include the biggest chip deal ever in video is buying Softbank's chip division for 40 billion and a big wireless deal. Verizon is buying Trac phone.

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Venus: Possible signs of life discovered on planet

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Venus: Possible signs of life discovered on planet

"Looking at the atmosphere in neighboring Venus see something that might just be a sign of life. They found the chemical signature of a noxious gas called Foss Feen. Cardiff University is Jane Greaves is one of the astronomers making the announcement today There is a longstanding theory that some of the smallest forms of life, these micro organisms might have been able to evolve upwards into the high clouds. Outside experts and the study authors themselves say say the the research research is is tantalizing, tantalizing, but but not not yet yet convincing. convincing.

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Uncontrolled hypertension is getting worse in the U.S., study finds

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Uncontrolled hypertension is getting worse in the U.S., study finds

"A new warning today about blood pressure here. CBS's Sabrina Coop it up to 100. Million people in our country have high blood pressure, and a new report finds an increased number of Americans. Don't have their blood pressure under control, The American Medical Association, Dr Susan Bailey says. That's concerning. Especially now that we have Corona virus. We know that people with cardiovascular disease are at much higher risk of severe illness and death. If they become ill with covert 19. She urges everyone to have your blood pressure checked. And if it's hye, make sure you get it under control.

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Trump pays homage to Flight 93 passengers and crew in Shanksville

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump pays homage to Flight 93 passengers and crew in Shanksville

"That from the ceremony this morning near Shanksville. Where President Trump helped to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the downing of United flight 93. He honored the 40 passengers and crew who thwarted terrorists from crashing at the nation's Capitol America will always rise up. Stand tall and fight back Ed route. Speaking for the families of flight, 93 said the passengers and crew knew the cause was greater than their own lives.

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New all-time lows for U.S. mortgage-rate benchmarks

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

New all-time lows for U.S. mortgage-rate benchmarks

"Mortgage rate fell to 2.86%, a decline of seven basis points from the prior week. The lowest level for the 30 Year on record last year. At this time, the 30 year was averaging 3.56% and that was considered low by historic standards. Freddie's chief economist Sam Cater, saysthe, low rates have ignited robust purchase demand activity, which is a 25% from a year ago and has been growing a double digit raise for four consecutive months on Wall

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AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine study is put on hold

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine study is put on hold

"Has hit the brakes on stage three trials of its promising Corona virus vaccine to look into a participants illness to see if there is a link, or it's only a coincidence, Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS this morning. This is an example. Of the kind of thing that you do to make sure we're dealing with a product that safe in the U. S. Pittsburgh is one of the cities where volunteers air getting either the AstraZeneca vaccine or a placebo to other vaccines are in final stage tests in the nation, one made by Mode Arena, the other by Pfizer and a German partner. A

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Tylenol may make you take more risks, study says

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:24 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tylenol may make you take more risks, study says

"May do more than just provide some pain relief. A new study from the Ohio State University found that taking a set of men, if in may also cause a person to take greater risks than they would otherwise. It was part of research to see how popular pain relievers affect decision making its estimated 25% of the US population takes sit a minute fin each week. Jim Krystle a CBS News on Wall

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Student Arrested in Connection With Cyber Attacks on Miami-Dade Public Schools

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Student Arrested in Connection With Cyber Attacks on Miami-Dade Public Schools

"An arrest in connection with this week's cyber attack on South Florida schools. Officials say a teenage student was behind that attack. And they believe Mork could be involved more now from WFOR TV reporter Ted Scouten from Miami. A 16 year old student from South Miami senior high under arrest accused of cyber attacks, according to the police report, the defendant admitted to eight different attacks. Those attacks disrupted class where thousands of Miami Dade students David Holley Barrows was arrested early this morning, but police are still looking for more hackers. Miami Dade schools, Police chief Edwin Lopez said. We believe based on our investigation that there are other Attackers out there. We will not rest until every one of them is caught and brought to justice.

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"freeland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:54 min | 3 weeks ago

"freeland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Freeland Flying solo today. Senate Lots of love and prayers and thoughts to Robert Man Gino, who thought he was going to be here today. And I had an emergency come up, and so he is taking some time off today to deal with that emergency. So we're just let me know that we're sending him warm thoughts and and all that kind of good stuff, And I know that you are a swell. I'll let him tell you his story when he returns, so just know that we're sending him lots of warm thoughts and in his absence Ah! I tell you what there has for the last couple of years. There's been an ongoing debate in Harrisburg in communities and one on one conversations about the legalization of cannabis legalizing cannabis for adult use here in Pennsylvania. Well, it's taken another turn in Pennsylvania. Today, And that is because Governor Tom Wolfe and Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman are today urging the General Assembly to take up this issue. And take it up for real. Now I think that Mr Fetterman has been Lobbying for this for a while. Thanks. You may remember, I want to say about a year year and a half ago, he went to every county If I'm not mistaken every county and his date to find out how people felt about it to find out what they thought. I think that their governor is kind of looking at this as a money string. But what does all this mean? And doesn't mean that we are getting one step closer to this, while Patrick Nightingale is a local criminal attorney who has been an advocate for cannabis reform. Throughout the state of Pennsylvania. He is also the head of the Pittsburgh chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. He joins us this afternoon on the disc Institute of Pittsburgh News Line. Welcome that Patrick Nightingale thanks for joining us today. Well, thank you very much. And you know, my timid, you know as well. I hope you do well with them, Uh, and thank you very much for giving us the opportunity to discuss cannabis reform here in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. I could tell you that I am very glad to see that the governor has made good on his pledge to support this reform after Lieutenant Governor Tour Look widespread support here in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. But the battle in getting started and we know we have a long, hard fight in front of us. Show the folks who are getting excited about this day that could be a little premature. Well, you know any time that you were exactly the branch and you know, one of the two major political parties supporting of Let's say that you want to see move through the house. Not something to get excited about. Unfortunately, what we're running from the majority Pardon Republican party that calls for a legislative agenda in both the House and the Senate. They're not warm warming up to this little thanks very don't even seem to be inclined to move simple. Be criminalization would remove criminal penalties for cannabis possession on especially right. You know, just this constant criminal justice reform on you know over police, and this would be an excellent First step to address some of the you know, really cannabis enforcement in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and we can't even start that conversation. Now does the fact given given the financial aspect of this and the realities are we've been dealing with the pandemic. There are financial issues across the state. If, in fact, this legalization of recreational candidates would happen that could free up an entirely new revenue stream that could be a positive for for the Commonwealth. Does that pushed the needle at all because there are going to be some financial issues. You know, it's a conversation that we agreed to have. You know, I was very impressed by order of General Eugene Deepak now when he came out in 2018, making the case that we could Gwendolyn up 100 million annually from a forward Max. And regularly, I think an equally compelling or to make with our, uh, our conservative friends and allies is the job component of a full regulated system. Here in pencil from here. We've got a medical cannabis program. That's 2.5 shirt, uh, into into operation from and I would say I could conservatively estimate on medical cannabis program employees at 10,000 Pennsylvanians and operational yet good job with benefits with stock options with came from even entry level jobs, starting a $15 an hour Something that you know our Republican friends. You should seriously take a look up. No represented, uh, H b 2050 calls for 300 dispensaries to 100,000 Good 10, Pennsylvania job, not something that one should ignore. Let me ask you this and and this might be outside of your comfort zone and respective it is, but I first of all, I didn't realize we were 2.5 years out from the medical cannabis. But have there been Problems have we run into obstacles because there was a lot of pushback to the medical aspects of this You know, a lot of pushback. We've gone on medical. It's a gateway drug is not enough research. Um, yes. Hasn't proved that could be, you know, no increase in heart truck unified by introducing it. And you know The medical marijuana couldn't get into the hands of our Children here in Spain, and what we're around is that with a well regulated system, then I think it's a little diversion. Children incidents of someone's plants from the cultivation to cellar doing inventory from the dispensary. Simply does not happen of regulation. Real real crime inventory cranking the requirements of have you Demonstrated that we cultivate, distribute unanimous in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in a well regulated that does not put Pennsylvania Children with Of a candidate's from a dispensary outline. So what we're going to see in Harrisburg and we've got about 30 seconds before we have to go. So what we're going to see in Harrisburg today is really just I don't want to call baby step. But but kind of You know, we'll only need to keep the discussion going. Discovered with medical over the years that we were fighting for is that we didn't Ah, on the front burner. If this was not a prophet that we continue to continue to advocate former Claimed it was a topic that would be easy. Just ignore once you know the reason of wearing one away, so I'm extremely grateful that this is something that the governor and the lieutenant governor are consistently pushing the message. And I am hustle more Ah, conservative views on at least willing to have a discussion, not a roadblock and say No, We're not talking about this guy talking about Patrick Nightingale. Thanks for joining us today. Appreciate the conversation, sir. All right. Thank you very much. Harry. Ago Make sure he.

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Philadelphia - Temple University Suspending All In-Person Classes For Remainder Of Fall Semester

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:15 sec | 3 weeks ago

Philadelphia - Temple University Suspending All In-Person Classes For Remainder Of Fall Semester

"University, says the majority of classes will shift online through the end of the semester because of rising numbers of positive Kobe at 19 cases. The university says it started with in person classes because students overwhelmingly expressed a preference to come back to campus

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Uber to mandate mask selfies of riders to verify they're wearing masks

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:36 sec | Last month

Uber to mandate mask selfies of riders to verify they're wearing masks

"Without a mask, you'll have to prove you're wearing one before your next ride, CBS News correspondent Alison Keys explains. If another driver reports that you weren't wearing a mask before you you ride ride again, again, you'll you'll be be required required to to take take a a selfie selfie with with your your face face covered. covered. The The company company says says one one driver's driver's feedback feedback and and help help ensure ensure the the safety safety of of the the next next uber uber driver. driver. Cos. Cos. Also rolling out an education campaign, asking both drivers and riders to wash or sanitized their hands before getting into the vehicle wearing a mask or face, cover and sit in the back seat and rolled down the window for air flow. Alison Keys, CBS News

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Kids who don’t show COVID-19 symptoms can still spread virus for weeks, study shows

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

01:12 min | Last month

Kids who don’t show COVID-19 symptoms can still spread virus for weeks, study shows

"And the concerns that many people have regarding schools as to why it is that many are going online. Only others doing the hybrid model. South Korea study. Of 91 Children tested positive for the Corona virus found the 22% did not show any symptoms. 1/5 of the Children showed no symptoms, and about half of those who did show symptoms were still shutting the virus three weeks after They were infected. Had it for a very long time. There's a study that was put into The journal JAMA Pediatrics. Roberta Devious e co author of the editorial in Division chief for Infectious diseases at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D. C. Says, quote. Yes, Children can get infected. Yes, Children can get sick. Yes, Children can spread the virus, so this idea that Children could go and there's no risk. To anybody else and normal and Virtually no risk to themselves. Just not the case.

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Amazon package-delivery drones approved by FAA

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:30 sec | Last month

Amazon package-delivery drones approved by FAA

"The Federal Aviation Administration said Monday. It has granted Amazon approval to deliver packages by drone. Amazon says the approval is an important step, but added that it is still testing and flying the drones. It did not say when it expected drones to make deliveries to shoppers. The FAA said. Amazon is the third drone delivery service to win flight approval. Delivery company ups and a company owned by search giant Google won approval last year.

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United Airlines will permanently scrap ticket-change fees

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

02:23 min | Last month

United Airlines will permanently scrap ticket-change fees

"A major airline. He's eliminating ticket change fees for most flights. More on that with CBS's Steve Futterman. Are you tired of those 200 other arm or change fees charged by most major airlines, if you suddenly need to change your trip? One airline is making them a thing of the past. United Airlines says it will eliminate change fees for most domestic tickets. The policy shift comes as airlines have seen their passenger load reduced dramatically because of covert 19. The move is seen by many as a way for united to get more people to buy tickets. No indication yet if other carriers like American or Delta plan to do the same thing,

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"freeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"freeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Every day Kyle Freeland after the tough 2019 resolved to make himself the pitcher he was in the first several seasons of his big league career. Had a good starting getting the wind against the Rangers in the opening road swing of this season. How would he fare tonight? Well, we got an idea right from the first batter of the game. Lead baseball in stolen bases 32 swaying and of this down 30 Kyle Freeland comes back and strikes out Fernando Totti's junior. Iraqis would then take a lead that they wouldn't relinquish. In the bottom of the second inning. Joey Luke Casey worked around a couple of singles in the first inning. But the Rockies bottom part of the order, got it going in the second, Garrett Hampson and Chris Goings back to back singles and Drew Butte terror abroad. Hampson, home with a sacrifice fly always would score when there was a miscue on a pickoff play at first base after David Doll had singled. And the Rockies had a two to nothing advantage with Doll it third and Trevor Star. Excuse me, Doll. It's second and Trevor. Story at first, Charlie Blackmon continued. The second inning rally. Casey's Owen Curveball looped out pro far over his head drops into short, right center field. Home comes Dole Toe. Third Ghost story three. Nothing Iraqis. Charlie didn't crush it, but got enough of it. Toe loop it into right center. Wow!.

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"freeland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:34 min | 5 months ago

"freeland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Have this crazy turned upside down world I am Laney's Freeland I'm glad to have you with me it is lunchtime with land I don't know somehow or another given everything that's going on I feel like the lines time takes on a different feel a different town but much of what we have to talk about doesn't even feel like lunchtime conversation saying push big pores Nagy asked in Pennsylvania but across the country to get back to normal they get back to normal that's all everybody seems to want to do get back to normal but what does normal look like what does normal look like so if you own a business for you it means being able to open up the doors it means to be able to do work now a lot of folks in Pennsylvania in particular want to get back to doing business now the issue right now in Harrisburg is whether or not some businesses like construction companies car sales whether or not they should be allowed to do business now the general tone is if they follow CDC guidelines that's that thought maybe they should be allowed to get back to business if they follow CDC guidelines so I tried to look at that today I try to look up exactly what the CDC guidelines were you see if that made sense to me I didn't want to come down one way or the other take an opinion not take an opinion without understanding what that meant so the CDC guidelines are that kind of general things that we've been told all along social distancing six feet apart no groups are void crowded places no mass gatherings avoid close contact all right so that that that's kind of to me that's a broad brush and so it seems like when we talk about construction companies and we talk about for the most part car sales I mean all of those things all those business owners that are lobbying in Harrisburg to be able to do their business they do fall in that category and so that makes sense to me here's where it gets a little tricky for me because when we first went into when the governor first said stay at home social distancing there were people who didn't do it and that's where I get a little bit shaky there were people who were irresponsible there were people who have no word yet they ignored the rules remembered the city had to take down the hoops on the basketball courts because people couldn't stay away from the parks remember the pictures from north park in the city parks because we had that one day and sunshine and everybody went out and took their kids to the park see that's where it gets a little sketchy to me so if if we're going to loosen some of these guidelines how do we enforce them how do we make sure because there are always people that don't play by the rules I know I know one of the arguments has been we need to level the playing field so this business is allowed to stay open this business isn't the only problem with that for me is we live in a world where the playing field has never been leveled I am sixty plus years old I've never known a world where that the playing field has been leveled I just never had that it's always been an on level the playing field has never been level showed that argument to me goes out the window so I'm just wondering if we loosen the strings how do we make sure that people play by the rules that would be my question I'm not saying don't do it I'm not saying there are some businesses that should be able to open their doors are open their windows are open whatever you but how do we do that and still stay safe you know I've heard everything from this is either going to have to re evaluate everything think about the little cubicles if the job you used to go to six weeks ago is that you will call would that be considered safe the way it is are you going to be six feet away from someone at all times in your little cubicle those are the kinds of things that I think have to be taken into consideration what is going to be safe what is considered really social distancing and how can our businesses enforce that construction sites on the surface seems to make sense to me you don't have people that are within six feet of each other one person's working over here one person's working over there you know is it all a place where you have to wear a mask or mask is going to be required for everyone what are the rules going to be that's the part of the conversation I want to hear if we're going to and we will at some point start to get back to some semblance of normal whether it's the oil normal or their new normal what's it going to look like that's where I want to start our conversation today I'm never going to move into Pittsburgh public schools days superintendent has been passing out computers to students all day today he's going to take a break seniors actually start classes tomorrow I don't know about you but it seems like it's been a long time since his very public school students have been in the classroom and take a look at their curriculum find out how many folks have computers take a look at the instructional package for the students who don't end up talking to superintendent really what kind of quality education are these kids really going to be getting now that they're finally getting back into class and then have you noticed every week on Facebook it's something new there's that new thing post you're seeing your picture as a show of support for the seniors you aren't getting there have a real senior year yeah we need to talk about that there are some things you need to know before you post using your picture and of course we'll have an update from Harrisburg that's what we got three hours today thirteen minutes after twelve like I am and he's Freeman you know.

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"freeland" Discussed on The Current

The Current

12:52 min | 7 months ago

"freeland" Discussed on The Current

"The news that Cova nineteen has been declared a pandemic comes. As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to host the first ministers meeting in Ottawa and covert nineteen is the first item on that agenda. Deputy Prime Minister Christa. Freeland is overseeing the federal cove nineteen response. She joins me now. Kristie feeling good morning. Good Morning Matt. And if I may say congratulations on taking over the current. I don't think we've spoken since you've moved to this great new role. We haven't and thank you and I appreciate you being On such an important subject when you take a look at this with the WHO declaring covert nineteen pandemic. What IS THE BEST CASE SCENARIO FOR CANADA? I thought people usually ask me about the worst case scenario. Man Look let me just say this as you said the W. H. O. Has declared this to be a pandemic cove. Nineteen is now in more than one hundred countries Are Canadian response is very much guided by expert and scientific advice and the advice. We are receiving which I think all Canadians are hearing is. The situation is very likely to get worse before it gets better. We are ready for that. The government has been working hard in close collaboration with the provinces for more than two months on the health response. We have a terrific healthcare system in Canada terrific healthcare professionals. We're also aware of the economic impact. Which is mounting. And we are on that too. Let's let's go back to the question. Uncle Mirko Leader Germany's said yesterday that she expects seventy percent of that country's population to say that I love Chancellor Merkel and she is a scientist. She said up to seventy percent. Is that what those the numbers that Canada is looking at? We are getting the same expert advice that Chancellor Merkel is getting that everyone is getting and look. I think important to be to be careful about how we site what scientists are saying and what scientists are saying. Right now is they just. Don't know for sure. But the best scientific advice at the moment about an evolving situation is that in all countries around the world. It is likely that between thirty and seventy percent of the population will get Kovic nineteen. The advice is also that the overwhelming majority of people who get cove in nineteen will have a very mild case and what that says to us here in Canada. Is We have to keep on doing what we're doing. Get our healthcare system prepared for a surge. That's going to be one of the things that will be so important about this meeting with the first ministers today and tomorrow and also Matt you know you and I am. Every single. Canadian needs to take personal responsibility. I hope you have washed your hands a few times today at least thirty. Yes okay. I've done it to it and we really like it can sound so simple when you're talking about something which is a pandemic but we all just need to take these basic precautions. Wash our hands a lot. Practice some basic social distancing measures. When I meet the premier's I'm doing a hand gesture now. I'm going to greet them with an elbow rather than a handshake. And if any of us are unwell whatever our job is we need to stay home and we need to do that to protect ourselves but it is also being a good citizen and a good neighbor you will have seen our neighbors south of the border in the announcement last night from the US president. Donald trump announcing a thirty day suspension of most travel to Europe. The European Union has said this was unilateral and done without consultation. Did you know that this was coming? It was unilateral and done without consultation. So you didn't know it was coming correct. What was your response My response was to immediately get in touch with Cureton. Hillman are outstanding acting ambassador to the United States She has been in touch with. Us officials and today the Prime Minister and cabinet colleagues and I will be reaching out to American counterparts. Do you think it was an appropriate reaction? You know American leaders take the decisions that they think are right for the United States Canadian leaders take the decisions that we think are right for Canada Canada. Follow suit with what the United States has done that. Sorta seems to assume that Canada automatically does. What are American neighbors? Do I think Matt we don't behave that way? But when it comes to Canada's border We do have measures in place. Right now for heightened monitoring of travelers coming from areas where there has been more of a corona virus outbreak given what the United States announced. Last night is candidate now. Considering following suit with the United States Canada is constantly looking at all the measures we are taking to keep Canadians safe and healthy including border measures. I had a conversation last night with Minister. Bill Blair we have a daily call of the members of the Corona Virus Cabinet Committee and the committee met already once this week and so we are constantly reviewing the situation. It's an evolving situation around the world leniency. And the only other thing I would say Matt about all of the health measures that the government will take is to say we in Canada. You believe in science. We believe in listening to experts to medical experts. We have a fabulous chief medical officer and in all of our health and safety measures. We are going to be guided by the best scientific advice. Which is what we have been doing. Thus far we're going to continue to take that approach. Which is why some people believe that what's happening here in. Canada is a good deal different than what's happening in the United States. So the last point on the border if as we see the. Us has higher infection rates than Canada. What are we going to do as a nation in terms of dealing with people crossing shared borders? Well we do. That is a very good question and I think when we talk about Canada's borders it's important for us to bear in mind as you've just pointed out that our largest border is our border with the United States more than four hundred thousand people crossed the border between Canada and the United States every day and that is crucial crucial sort of social connection critical economic connection. We are very very closely intertwined with our neighbors and they are intertwined with us. And so what's the answer to that but what we're going to do with the border if there's a higher rate of infection south of the border You Know Matt. I have a policy of never answering hypothetical questions but let me just say we are looking carefully at all scenarios and we are in close contact with our American partners. I had a very good conversation on Monday with. Us Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo. We talked about the border. We talked about the corona virus response in both of our countries we talked about what's happening on. World Commodity Markets. We need to continue that discussion. And we will. You raise the issue of social distancing Andrea Card was just here talking about his piece in the Globe and Mail in which he says. Shut it down. That now is the time if we want to be ahead of this game to look at for example closing schools for a period of time. When will the federal government recommend social distancing on More widespread scale like I? I WanNa say I think Andre Picard has been doing a fantastic job in his writing about this situation I read every single word. He writes avidly so Andrea. If you're listening thank you for your great work On social distancing. I already spoke a little bit about the measures that I think we can all take as people and as individuals when it comes to sort of more specific decisions Those need to be really taken on the ground by communities guided by public health officials. Isn't there a role for the federal government and providing that guidance though there is absolutely a role for the federal government in this situation and I want to be very very clear Matt. We understand that this is a really serious situation facing the world and facing our country and the federal government is here. We understand that we need to take leadership role and we are and we will continue to do so and that very much includes providing all the support necessary for healthcare systems across the country. You explain it comes to connect you can just get to your get to your question. 'cause it's a very good one look when it comes to sort of specific decisions about what schools need to do what for example basket ball teams need to do and so forth. Those decisions are correctly taken following following the very smart advice of public health officials at a community level. This is something we talk about social distancing. What that says is this is about. The people who we are one meter away from and so the best decisions the best guidance will come from people who are there on the ground. Having said that I do want Canadians know the federal government is on it. We are watching this very closely. We are in extremely close contact with provinces with health officials across the country. We have an excellent public healthcare system. Expect those provinces to consider closing schools period to expect that to happen well. We will be meeting with the premier's later today and we are certainly going to be talking about the whole of country response to the corona virus. And I I do want to say you know as you know Matt. There are some Very significant political disagreements between the federal government and many of our provincial governments. Having said that Canada is very good at coming together when we need to play as team Canada and I'm very grateful to all the leaders of provinces and territories. Excellent collaboration that we have been having in this situation. And I do want to give a shoutout to patty. Hi Minister of Health has been working very effectively with her provincial counter. Just before I let you go. This story is changing day by day. But it seems like minute by minute and what's happening. What's what's happening. Now would be dismissed by some people last week. Where do you think we'll be at this time next week? I really don't have a Crystal Ball Matt but I agree with your point that it is evolving minute by minute That's why the prime minister established the Ad Hoc Corona Virus Cabinet Committee. That is why we have a call of ministers every day. I'm sure he's thirty in the morning. I'm sure committee you're thinking about what's next again. Just if you think about it. Where are we going to be? What what what? What sort of situation do you think we could be in a week from now? Matt I do not have a PhD in immunology and I really believe in being rigorous about listening to experts when it comes to talking about the science and when it comes to scientific scenarios. I do want to say to you and to your many many listeners because I know that this is a great and popular show. The government is looking at all possible scenarios and Matt. Surprise me at the beginning of this show by asking me about the best case scenario and that was a surprise to me because our plans are all about the worst case scenario as they need to be. Christopher good to speak with you. Thank you good to talk to you met Christa. Freeland is the deputy prime minister. And she's overseeing the federal response to covert nineteen your thoughts and what she said. Welcome Perhaps you have a sense as to where we'll be at this time next week. You can let us know through the current website. Cbc DOT CA slash current or. Tweet US at the current. Cdc FOR MORE CBC PODCASTS GO TO CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..

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"freeland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"freeland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Twenty. I'm Lynn Hayes Freeland, I was riveted all weekend. Watching the news trying to figure out what was the latest with Virginia. Governor Ralph north ham Northam so picture surfaced shared that. I think you service on his medical school yearbook page of a clansmen and a person in black-faced initially. He said he was one of the two, but he didn't remember which one then the next day. He walked it back and said, Nope, I wasn't either one of them are weekend cause for him to step down so far he's not going anywhere here to put all this in perspective for us. Katy k a TV political editor John Galliano. Hey, John Lennon, always good to be with you. I always happy happy to have you John because sometimes these political stories, I just can't. Make sense of them like this one survive or what? I think it's highly unlikely classic case of a politician not thinking through what he was going to do. In a crisis moment, I'm gonna use this as a teaching example in my graduate facets. On media because this governor, I if you don't come out with a statement. I know there was a lot of pressure particularly social media pressure on him on Saturday on Friday to come out with a statement. But he comes out with a statement apologizing basically for being in a photograph that the next day he says it was an end, right. And had he taken a moment to decide. Well, is this a picture of me or not? And you know, the lawyer remains says we need to get to the bottom of whether or not he was in the picture because it's not a picture of him. If it's a picture of some other medical students. You know, why should he bear the blame for that? The fact that it was in the yearbook, and he's arguing of course, if there were other, and I think it's come out. There are other racists pictures in that yearbook. This has got to be a heck of a medical school. Yeah. Bad too. I mean who? Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Right. Exactly. But the bottom line is that he says he was not in these pictures, and I know that all of us would react the same way. If we're being accused of being in a racist picture when we weren't. Why should we resign? And so that's the position he's taking. I think the question is, you know, having having I said that he was in these pictures, and he apologized for you know, what's the truth here? What's really going on? And it's really hard for a lot of people to figure it all out. I don't know. Whether I mean, he talked about doing facial recognition studies. And I guess I assume somebody is trying to figure out who who exactly are in these pictures, and what's this thing? What is this all about? Here's what's problematic for me, John and remove whether or not he's in that picture the way he's handled the whole thing from looking like he wanted to actually moonwalk at that press conference to talking about. Well, no that wasn't me then, but I did put you polish on my face one time to be Michael Jackson when you kind of start putting all this together. I just feel like I don't know that he can recover from this at all. Nine. Yeah. I think that's what I said at the very beginning has he destroy his effectiveness to be governor out for janea. And you know, but we're gonna make a judgment about that. And he, of course, no one can force in to resign. Although there is that impeachment possibility. So I think this is a story. That's not going away anytime flick in it is in and once again, it just reminds us about the things that we do in college in med school in highschool can come back to haunt us years later, John down. I just gotta say I mean, if it's so you have to be so careful because you'd be tearing down the Lincoln Memorial. If you judged ABRAHAM LINCOLN day standards. So you know, you have to watch how you judge people from behavior that happened decades ago. Indeed, you're right. This is story. That's not gonna go away. Therefore, John Galliano? We'll probably get you back on the phone talking. Always happy to be with you John have a good day. You're listening to Katie K, eight ten twenty John Donahoe talking about the governor and Virginia, and we're going to continue that conversation throughout this next hour. I wanna look at take a historical perspective on black face on since. It's now come up twice then very prominently in the last year seems like we need to have a conversation about the history of black face. And then we're going to talk about the issue that you know, is still there. It's kind of like the elephant in the room. And that is the issue of race in two thousand nineteen that's all still to come in this hour. But right now, we'll take a break. You're listening to Katie K a ten twenty..

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"freeland" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Or he does free money with with Cindy Freeland here on NFL podcasting. Blush operation. That's what it is. That's what it is. It's Matt money Smith. We don't have time. You don't have time. We're to loaded spaghetti by the glass, and I don't know if how are you by the bathroom London, London? Splendid NFL fans go over their experience, it eighty six thousand people they love NFL football. They know NFL football. There are pleasant group to be around not just Brits. But met folks from Germany from Scandinavia from all over western Europe, Canada met a couple of Canadians that made the trip in Italy. It's just like a giant. I know you were asking Kent before the show. Hey, what's you know, some of the big football games? What are you excited about? And he was talking about the the world's largest outdoor cocktail party. It's not just Florida and Georgia vans. But kind of everybody from that area goes I think that's what happens for these three games. At Wembley is if you're in the general vicinity, it's like, oh, we're going to have a huge party on Sunday in London at Wembley. So let's hop a train or a quick flight and get out there. And that's what that environment is. I mean, it's it's one of the best and I've done games at almost you know, before I did the chargers. I did. Game of the week kind of stuff for for Westwood One and compass media, and I think it might be one of the top three football experiences. I've now. Yeah, I as ram a man who's been all over football America now beyond and I want to talk about a little bit of college football. But also, you didn't hear the name handsome, Hank. That's because you left him back in his homeland. He's mixing it up with with the home folk there and Xiaotao we we know how great it is. Charlie Barker and family are as lovely a football family as there is they always send us pictures from Wembley. And we appreciate that..

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"freeland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Bobby and Kenny, right? The best deal in Pittsburgh. You know, Liz Hayes Freeland Freeland is coming up after I'm done here today, you know, and I have admired her for a long time. And obviously knew her during our time at one gateway center, but because of being on every Sunday since what like eighty five in studio in her television shows always on the monitor, and you know, really about helping the community and getting out and making a difference. And that's what she's always done. She's an incredible reporter show hope you'll stick around. And I know she's been on already, but welcome her with open arms. But you see that's the kind of stuff we should be doing more of getting out and helping people as opposed to shopping people down, and that's what we just seem to do way too much of. All right. Let's go to John. He's back on the line. John welcome back to Katie k radio. How are you? Good. Go ahead much better line better line. Basically what I was saying that, you know, a year ago they were talking about this with Trump getting elected. I mean, the guy's a businessman, right? This is one of the first times in history, and I had to research to see any other isn't this man? What projects but these politicians hate Trump? I don't care if they're Republicans Democrats Bernie Sanders, they hate the fact that this guy is doing what he's doing. And they're just trying to poison everybody's mind. And now the guy gets to choose who he wants or the supreme court. All right. Yes. It's gotta get elected. But everybody's mad. They come ten days with this before the whole thing's currying with this woman. I mean in they're talking about like, oh, the women nowadays how bad or day arm, Bruce. Now, I guarantee is there are some out there. There are a lot. But some sixties come on. I mean women now. Much stronger than they've ever been voiced their opinion. I think they're, you know, thirty years back. I mean, if you talk on now, I mean, look stormy Daniels. Okay. She's coming out with this. Well, she was paid off years ago. She agreed to that this soccer player. This woman that's trying to, you know, accused him now doing things, well, she was paid years ago to just keep her mom shot that she agreed to that. I mean women are strong. Don't get me wrong. There are strong people, and it's been through education and teaching them throughout the years to be strong. It's just these people that are so liberals they're poisoning people's minds. Just to believe this stuff. I'm sorry. That's how I believe. Thanks. Sorry. Listen, you know, but here's the mentality of the world that we live in. Read automotive. Text message deadbeat raffish hates union labor. Rob. When are you going to understand Republicans hate unions? That's not the case. Believe me. That's not the case. Okay. All I'm saying is it's working right now. Okay. And if you ask people at the carpenters union, and look you've got Senator Bob Casey who's running. I'm a big fan of democrat. I wish he would come to this part of the state a little bit more often. But he's a huge proponent of union labor. So you know, you have it. Okay. Pat Toomey for years five for the workers, coal miners. I mean, come on. I mean, you gotta get over these stereotypes. And right now, whether you like who's in power or not who's in the Oval Office or not people are working. And if you ask people to carpenters union, they'll tell you they need carpenters. What did Scott Wagner sham? The debate. The other night over two hundred thousand skill working positions are open. So there's work Vokes. All right, Giovane hill district. Welcome to Katie care radio. How're you doing man? Good morning. I'm doing great. Basically to me what I see is the Republican party is sold there. So what's money over more? I mean, you're overlooking discussing ax is saying, hey, he's doing media in my 4._0._1._K is good in. Overlook more money that is selling your soul. And basically you talking about this unemployment rate did. Did only went down a point in two years. How could you give a guy credit for black unemployment rate at record numbers, Hispanic? And he's only got one point when when he got in office. Unemployment rate was four point seven percent. I'm trying to figure out how you get your credit for bringing it down a record numbers. And he's only down one point two years. I'm going by the story Giovanna was released today. Okay. Three point seven percent down one hundred thirty four. Let me finish. I gave a your time. Okay. Hundred and thirty four thousand new jobs created, but you know, what just look at the glass half filled as opposed to have empty if he needs to do more needs to do more. But don't sweep under the carpet of what he has done. Okay. I mean, I'm not sweeping it under the world. But here's the thing. Sounds. Obama's every move for h ere's. Didn't put didn't even interview Gores. Listen, wait voted for Obama. And I have never said anything, but really good things about that, man. And we need to let him go to and live his life after being the president. I mean, come on. We wanna come by now. But what was these cool by Republicans during the eight years of obstruction of every move. I mean, you're complaining about what's being done now to them would they right? Here's a democrat. Well, let me tell you what you need to do. And I totally respect your thought process you need to go out and exercise your right to vote. I'm certainly out. All right. I'm never been more fired up for election in my life. I wish I could vote today because it's time to get these bums at office. All right, man. Listen have a good day YouTube, buddy. All right, listen. The whole thing is this if in your heart, you believe what you believe, and okay, I just want you to vote I want you to be plugged into the process. I want to hear from people like Giovane, even though we may not agree. I want people to be stimulated enough to talk about democracy, but you have to agree. Whether you like, Newt Gingrich or not. What he is saying is true. Our country is dissolving in front of our very eyes, the heart of democracy, and what we stand for as a people no matter who we are religious beliefs. The color of our skin. We're all suffering from this. Good morning..

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"freeland" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Gershon on ESPN Kyle Freeland for the Rockies is gone three innings so far give it up two hits. No runs and struck out four still one nothing Rockies the top half of the fourth inning pistons. Now just a day away from opening up their pre season is they square off the thunder tomorrow and Oklahoma City Blake Griffin admits that he thinks Detroit could be a top five team in the Eastern Conference continuities huge thing for for teams. I think Boston like you said. Boston Toronto in Philly have that continuity somewhat. So I think they're gonna come out of the gates pretty well. A little bit of adjustment period. But for us, I see us being right, right? After that group. That's we're on the league Celtics guard. Kyrie Irving apologizes for thinking that the earth is flat saying that he didn't realize the kind of affects his comments would have or the power of his voice. It's not flat. As he lines get set for Sunday's game with the Packers at Ford field team, receiving some bad news safety Quadri digs suffered a fractured hand in the loss to Sean hand. Meanwhile, was asked what the messages and locker room. Not the team is started one in three is just turning the page. New England was New England. Douses dallas. We can't do anything to change that now. And now is on a Green Bay. The team also with cornerback de virgin Michigan state head coach Mark dantonio speaking this morning was asked about the fourth quarter struggles where they've been outscored forty four to seventy says the team still looking for the identity. He also match that he's been involved somewhat in play calling but mostly the coordinators do that. So I'm involved, but I let her coach coaches coach. I'm power coaches. I do that with the offense and the defense and special teams, and you have to do that. Because you can't possibly be an expert on every subject matter. I'm not the expert in the offense ally. I know some I have a foundation of football. An expert. I would say in the secondary turns of how to play things, and you could certainly point the finger back there too. Sometimes, you know, I try and learn and listen as much as I can..

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"freeland" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on Starting9

"We are here with Kyle Freeland pitcher for the Colorado Rockies Kyle. First of all, thanks for joining us right now. We've been doing a lot of Rockies talk. You guys are right in the thick of it. Talk about this big upcoming series that you guys have. I. This is definitely a big took took one from Houston, who's a scuffle bit looking to take another one and keep things on, but we're not gonna get spotted the team. And I know that you personally have been having a great season just from a personal standpoint, your age twenty five season. We've had a lot of discussion about the whole chorus field narrative in how from a national perspective, a lot of guys look at hitters, and if they have good offensive numbers at cores, they're like, oh, well, it's because of the ballpark inflates in numbers. Do you think that as a pitcher, who's having a very good season as a member of the Colorado Rockies that you guys don't get enough credit when you're having a good season, it's almost the reverse aspect of that. Yeah. I mean, it's kind of a double standard. When it comes to that, obviously, Rockies hitters has more been known to have really good seasons act Hoover's field and in general than than pitchers. But as of late, especially the past two years, we've we've really shown that our young pitching can have success there. And this year I was able to have a little bit a little bit more successful than throw together pretty good season accurate field, but the bit of double standard. I mean, you know, people say, if you're gonna knock caters, you know you need to, you know, elevate pitches a little bit, but you know, I mean, that's a that's media. Saw the fucking right, that's media, but he fuck. Fuck, fuck the high altitude. I wanna know what is the mental approach for you guys as a staff? Because this is something I've always been been very, very interested in. Is there anything mentally that you guys really try to hone in on in an effort to lie to yourself or trick yourself into your shit being a little better in Colorado because we know that motherfucker ain't breaking that that bender. It ain't working like it is at sea level. So what is the mindset knowing, hey, you know what? My shit might be a little different here. All of our shit might be a little different here, but Winward home, we've got to do this. Is there anything that comes to mind. As staff. I know every guy kind of goes about a different way myself, personally, I think game plan that I have wasn't on road around at home. The only thing that changes for me really is my curve ball where I know MAC and make it would just. Being at sea level or being out student notes. You have to have a little more depth to it. It'd be a little bit bigger than it will be a at home at Cougars, but everything else for me plays pretty much the same. And I just kind of stick to my game plan. I don't let the cruise feel the factor outs to creep in my head because you know, I wanna use that as excuse. So you were born in Denver? Correct. Yeah. So did you grow up Rockies fan race. Grew up rockets fan, grew up going to the game, grew up, lever teen watching the Blake street bombs that that was that was my team don't up zoo where you saying you still emotionally invested in them in two thousand and seven talk about, you know, the run that they went. Was it twenty one out? It's one three in in their journey to the World Series where you still like emotionally invested in the team as a fan in two thousand seven. Absolutely. I remember. Only multiple stories when when I was a freshman high school at the time, whenever doing here, bacon out run and going through the playoffs and everything. Absolutely coming out of nowhere president, tie world. I remember sitting in Spanish class, my freshman year, wait in the waiting for me to get them to school, and he was out in the parking lot. A Texan me up on the game on the radio and. When Katz hit the go ahead home run, remember half our class going crazy for a second. You know everyone just being so so pumped up at the Rockies you know, continue to have success. And I remember watching Washington's game staying up late to watch them and just, you know, the truly invested in that run..

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"freeland" Discussed on Newsmakers

Newsmakers

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on Newsmakers

"The next fish good stuff from a burgeoning rockies as kyle freeland kyle thanks for doing this man into hopefully some wrongs will be righted in was he in dc next week good stuff there from our new friend kyle freeland i'm looking forward to my i'm kyle freeland guy tshirt richard on about you what are you watching on this wednesday i'm gonna tune in the television to camden yards sunny grave versus dylan bundy the orioles have twenty six wins six against the yankees sunny gray big start every start the tablets have their i only he has been at its best and there's some pressure on the yankees to go get a starting pitcher so for a for a first place team versus our second place team versus the last place team kinda interesting i got phillies at met at seven ten vince malacca's against jacob degrom the phillies are hot they are in first place and then at least they run right into jacob degrom but that could be a good thing for them because if we know the jacob degrom is on the mound right we know the mets are not going to score a run so it's good night for good matchup for vince velazquez there all right so listen i promise the answer to worthless trivia wednesday do you have any marinated all in your head richard you have guess for top active career war without ever having reached an all star game bortoli cologne that's a pretty good guess but was bartolo colon on all star now you got me thinking when was he had to be an author somewhere right into about five every every time i as i went through the process of looking every guy i looked at had been there for five times yeah he's totally forgot he was in the twenty sixteen all star game and he's been an all star four times in fact he was in the first allstar game in nineteen thirty three flow for his walser appearances or space between nineteen ninety eight and two thousand sixteen i i don't know how i steered toward bartolo cologne i could because he wanted to he's he's pitching tonight as well no the answer is android and simmons who i could have given the hint that the guy on the final vote ballot amilton simmons is the answer thirty two point eight career war according to baseball reference that is the highest among active players without having regional starting so all the more reason to get your vote in for andrew jackson was actually we didn't we didn't mention the final vote rich richard hays use aguilar and gene cigarroa are leading going into the final day voting ends at four o'clock today pretty good stories there as zeigler and jean cigarette i'd have no problem with those guys and how do you feel about it yeah and i'm i think it's pretty cool that the way the teams have campaigned the fans have campaigned for it and you know i like it when players go to bat for their teammates so yeah it's a fun thing in you know for up to me i would let the fan vote play out in then i'd put altern guys in yeah i was i was all the the hayes aga lower and or max muncie train and then i saw what derek colin and hundred pence put together for brandon belt of the wrestling video if people haven't seen that encouraging check it out because that was pretty good at a pretty current to to vote for for brandon belt but yet no no bad choices on those two ballots and we will see what happens in that tonight they'll be announced tonight until then my thanks to kyle freeland my thanks to rich justice to produce mercer morris i'm gonna send a special shout out to jordan bastian my mobile comm colleague who build me out with some technical snafu with podcast earlier and i promised him i give him a thanks to the end of this one so thank you buddy and we'll be back on friday with again a certain member cincinnati reds who should be in the hall of fame i'll let you get to that lightning talk to everybody soon have a great day everyone.

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"freeland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Guys like atom vino and most more importantly kyle freeland because to me cow freelance just feels like the bigger snub because of what he's meant to the rockies the way that he pitches he's era is better at home than it is on the road i just think everything about kyle freeland screams all star auto vino snub to but but this is like nobody gives the rockies pitchers any credit for being able to succeed at coors field and it's just the double standard that i it just it's really frustrating and disappointing because you know as well as i do most times the rockies don't have a single pitcher that even deserves to be on an allstar ballot let alone make it to the game and now the rockies have both the starter and a reliever they you could argue are both all stars and i said earlier of outside of josh hater atta montesinos probably the best reliever in the national league and with com free linda i know that the group is a little bit deeper right i don't think he's a better pitcher this year than john lester or aaron nola or max scherzer but i do think that he deserves to be in the all star game over some of the guys like patrick corbin or fulton wits or whatever his name is for atlanta not that they're not having good years but look at all the metrics and put them all together and you see a guy in kyle freeland that deserves to be on the list and he wasn't and that is disappointing because the other thing about the all star game is that nobody cares everyone says nobody cares about the all star game but you care when your team is involved are you going to tell me you're not going to watch the all star game because there are three rockies in it of course you're gonna watch because those three guys are in it do you normally care about who gets nup just case in point to to just let you know that i am not above hypocrisy but i got like hey sue hase's aguilar is probably the biggest snob of any either league first baseman for the milwaukee brewers probably the biggest snap yet i don't really feel like going to bat for today i don't care let our friend matt paulie worry about hey suzanne i'm seeing here in colorado and i'm watching with all the problems the rockies have had in the in their pitching staff bulte rotation and the bullpen you have two guys in atom avinoam kyle freeland that really deserve it and you really get frustrated because you see these guys on an everyday basis and you say they deserve to be in and they're not and it is frustrating by the way you can vote see here's the thing the the final vote you can fix that with hey suzy are you could do the voting i think trevor story was on the last chance ballot last year you can vote in hey are the only way d'amoto vino or cal freeling get in is if the pitchers can't go and maybe that gets cow free linden because the starters of you know we still have what to series seven days before the all star break so maybe someone pitches on a sunday and can't pitch and then kyle freeland gets in i hope he does because he deserves it and he's one of the big reasons why the rockies are playing so well right now jeremy says it's such a popularity contest that i bet tim tebow got votes no not not from players that'd be from the fans players went vote tim tebow in i think a lot of players think that tim tebow is undeserved of a job in professional baseball but yes with the i'm sure if they showed the right in i'm sure tim tebow got more vote write in votes and think about that people took the time to write into tvos name and he probably got more votes than probably any position player for the new york mets and he's doubling.

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"freeland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The game inside the game we'll keep an interesting match up in tonight's ballgame between a couple of lefties wanted establish veteran madison bumgarner the other one a guy in the second year kyle freeland who is really made it in from self but the point i want to bring up about tonight's ballgame and kyle freeland is that if you look at his splits what he does on the road what he does at home here at coors field in colorado it doesn't make sense because he's got a better era here at coors field that he has on the road and i have a theory about this shoot fire well he's from here cow freelance from here and he grew up in this environment and the giants have two guys that are from here the group in this environment pierce johnson anti block and those guys always seem to pitch will this ballpark start on both in the series antiblack he says well i never really thought of you know this this is this is the environment that i grew up in i just you know i didn't think it was hitter fairly pitcher freely i never thought it was an excuse to descru up and i just think that mindset has everything to do with everything but it certainly does when you're pitching course if you go mike then you look at every city in the major leagues this is the only one where it's weird joey one where you go oh mike is the balls are gonna fly i mean there are other cities and ballparks absolutely but there isn't anything like this one merely because you hit a fly ball it's gone you hit a little pop up it's basit infield hard hard ground ball it's basit so your criteria is the guys that are born and raised here have figured it out here get the environment they're not intimidated bow there's no intimidation factor to it this ballpark i think and there's there's a handful they did this doesn't stand alone i mean we just left the ballpark in arizona chase field that is is a tough place to pitch cincinnati philadelphia atlanta i mean there's there's a lot of this no this is the one that when a guy has to pitcher they start looking at the schedule and they start figuring out every fifth day as to whether or not their turn comes up here they have to if they have to pitch here it ki completely psych him out before they throw a pitch whereas if you're from the neighborhood you're born here is probably the greatest home field advantage of all time absolutely is but there is another step mike that's that is really odd in that's the fact that coming into today the rockies are fifteen and twenty two at home doesn't make sense it my only take on that it means that there's not enough colorado guys on this roster drag completely and solely for the state of colorado that's it tabet it doesn't make any sense because historically when you come in here at least when you get to the end of august in in september twenty games over five hundred even if they don't have a very good team and they just really stink on the road on the road they're twenty six and twenty one they're twenty six or twenty one the giants are nineteen and twenty six on the road they just one three in a row so it's just odd i don't get it it's an odd years so weird stats out oh by the way there are more strikeouts than hits in baseball right now yeah i don't know about that one that's another show yeah the problem with that i'm sorry oh i know this whole world is upside down cape cod baseball enjoy this great game.

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"freeland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And the giants have won this game a classic one to nothing over the colorado rockies john miller giants radio there yeah that was last night eight innings of kyle freeland matching madison bumgarner pitched for pitch strike for strike ending for ending just to have harrison must grave give up a bomb to brandon crawford now the rockies were able to salvage one game of the series nine eight that game just went final about ten minutes ago dj lemay hughes two run home run in the top of the ninth ending gave the rockies the lead that they would hold a shockingly enough that home run for lemay hugh in in the the win the rockies picked up today broke a thirty seven game losing streak this year wouldn't rockies were down after the eighth inning there were owen thirty seven coming into today so i suppose there's that i doesn't really do too much to ease the pain of the fact that the rockies gave up another game in the standings to the san francisco giants when all is said and done and they continue to lose ground to the diamondbacks and the dodgers as well the most positive thing out of that is that dj jalen mayhew maybe up his trade value a little bit because really that's all his worth is to the rockies right now because they're going nowhere now they head into la which is going to be so much worse but the rockies at least for one day or victoria's nine eight over the giant story number two truthfully it's all bunch of what i've heard complete i'll say it again if you want me to if you don't like here's the deal here's the deal two weeks ago if you don't like how was set up a hit better shot to be don't come don't come someone will take your place it's real real simple see now you're getting me man they're talking about ten feet of the pin it went into the bunko hit a left of the pin then because everybody's got to play the golf course that's rocco mediate earlier today after he got done shooting a two under sixty eight on talking about all the complaining and the consternation that happened two weeks ago in reaction to the way that that the the pga tours us open was set up and even though i was one of the people who was was disappointed with the way that the core i just don't if this if this is what what if this is what we see what the us senior open is right now the leaders four under there's one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven guys who are in the red everyone else's even that seems like the courses playing hard enough to me i don't wanna see a guy shoot twenty six over par and that's why i say a couple of weeks ago but that's me i'm not golfer rocco mediate is and i found that his candor and his perspective kind of refreshing on it he's like you know if your player then you gotta do better you're a golfer you gotta adjust in and if you're looking for someone to root for going into the weekend i would say he's got to be on your short list because he is all about the us open senior tour champion store or the pga tour he is all about it and he was really entertaining and just a short span when he was when he finished up his route but rocco mediate says no more complaining about shinnecock hills or the broadmoor to to add them into it he's all about the us open story number three keeps going for steals doesn't get them bart goes to the left hand he's with the free throw line nine foot teardrop got god jedburg he's got a season i twenty five by sixteen with two and a half to go in this thing is there's jason kozminski altitude radio on the call there why or why in the.

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"freeland" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The second half now get a few days off relax give back to work and earn continue at winning freeland meal louis pitchers come this closer chorus field scenario nomo's no hitter for the dodgers in ninety six rockies rookie pitchers have twenty nine wins this season most by any team of the allstar break since nineteen fifty seven strong performance by the rockies there's still thirdplace the division nine and a half team behind the dodgers who had to be allstar break with the most wins in baseball and they got some help on sunday from their starter hall strike all right on right all right trolleys diner am five seventy la's sports five to dodgers beat the royals their sixty one in twenty nine best record in baseball clayton kershaw third pitcher the last fifteen seasons to win fourteen starts before the allstar break in this one is a complete game dan i saw last night here's are we all appreciate because you're going to have least a little more wiggle room the yesterday and we use it alive smc jessica turner once again for so many reasons to see him his in santa right hand.

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"freeland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"freeland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is a team that needs a break they absolutely need a break but the way i look at it nobody except greg holland's getting to go out of bullpen scott over again adam odd avino can sit around and think about how much they stunk for the past month of four or a almost an entire week all the starting pitchers gray freeland senzatela mark has all these guys aren't going trevor stories not going on he considered about it is think about as one twenty five batting average she's got going on right now so to me yes nolan and charlier going to be two of the most important players yes great hall and is huge for this team bomblike dave earned it end for once let's have an allstar game where the rockies are celebrated how many other allstar games have we seen where the cubs have five starters or the nationals have the entire left side of the infield an outfield let the rockies be that team for once let the rockies have a few things so i love it i and i get the practicality of resting in not participating in that stuff in the long run would i trade a world series for an allstar game absolutely i would bide for right now i'm living in the moment and i'm saying this moments pretty cool so i hope that de jila mayhew's good enough to go to the all star game but it won't be the worst idea for him to pull out because of the a groin injury but hauling arnaldo black i wanna see those guys i am excited to see them compete i'm size to see the rockies play on a world stage even if it is just a national stage even if is just a few of them to a six zero zero four six that is the text line coming up next we will have a crunch time naughty naughty dak prescott apparently not signing his own autographs will talk about it next you're an extra four searching under peres railing here that have found the west one radio network the future bright for last year second overall carson at least according.

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