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"freeland" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
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Mets Get Successful Return From deGrom, Beat Rockies 3–1
"Jacob deGrom struck out nine in the successful return from the injured list and Thomas nido hit a tiebreaking Homer to push the Mets to their first win in four games three one over the Rockies the ground gave up only Ryan McMahon solo Homer and two other hits in five innings his first action since being sidelined with tightness on his right side he walked none and was removed after sixty three pitches I felt good you know working through a couple mechanical adjustments and felt like I was able to repeat my delivery quite a bit tonight so everything felt good body feel good so you know looking for death hopefully running out there every five days for the rest of the year Rockies starter Kyle Freeland permitted one run and four hits with five strikeouts over four innings in his season debut Colorado had won four in a row I'm Dave Ferrie
"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.
"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.
Canada Finance Minister Quits Post Amid Charity Scandal
"Look at a chapter of political tunnels. Now here in Canada where yesterday the country's finance. Minister Bill More No. Long one of the prime minister's closest political allies resigned it follows lingering ethics scandal that has surrounded Trudeau's government for some time by this stage well, today a little earlier prime to treat. That Christie Freeland Canada's deputy prime minister would replace bill more now at the finance ministry becoming the first woman to hold that post Donyell. The murmurings around bill more knows future had been simmering hearing the Canadian Press for several days. By the time, his resignation announcement came last night. What's your reaction to? What is yet another high profile resignation from Shudo's cabinets in the five years of says since he took office. Yeah, quite a quite another big controversy four Trudeau in the middle of summer I think you know off the bat whatever reason the liberals are given. Four giving for more knows exit here is a messy one that. It was said that he wouldn't be seeking election. Again, we'll be looking for other opportunities. We know that he'll be looking to helm the AC, which is a great post for him perhaps in a good career move. But at the end of the day, this comes down to. Another sticky situation for the prime minister that really threatens to derail the progress that they've made in. The coronavirus crisis namely their popularity with Canadians. But once again, another distraction for the prime, which raises questions about the ship he sailing and him as the captain let's say. This begs the question of whether Mr Trudeau is simply impossible to work with. Now this is just another controversy that comes only a week Tomasz after we spoke about the last controversy involving. The Governor General Julie Pie itch and the toxic workplace she's been accused of creating butts. The liberals the government to appoint a successor in Canada's first governor of the Bank of Canada and Christina Freelance who held the interesting post of Deputy Prime Minister and not a lot of Canadians were used to to that role before Justin Trudeau but she is his most senior cabinet minister and and now most trusted ally. But that group of People Tomasz as you know is is getting shorter as the months go on. It's seeming time and again, like Trudeau is is just a very tough guy to work with and when he doesn't get his way, well, you get run out of town we should also point out that. Bill, more know. Perhaps. Put. His foot in it and didn't help the situation on on the fact that he wasn't agreeing with the prime minister but we can set that aside they didn't handle that well but also a big controversy besides this is this we charity, of course where. He and his family and the Finance Minister and Bill Maher. Now both have personal and family ties to this charity and should have recused themselves. I don't think that. The, the picture, four Canadians by I think that picture. is becoming more and more for. Canadians. Like. An elite privilege class squabbling over not being able to work together and I think that really does not play well, obviously trudeau lost. His majority after the last election and who knows where it's it's going from here because it doesn't seem like he's going to be able to keep some of his top ministers around for very long?
Canada says it will impose retaliatory tariffs on US imports
"Extra unemployment benefits, which expired last week. Canada says it's preparing retaliatory measures against the U. S. After President Trump announced at 10% tariff on imports of Canadian aluminum Dan Carpenter, Chuck reports in a statement. Deputy Prime Minister Christian Freeland says Canadian aluminum does not undermine U S national security. Instead, it strengthens it. Ottawa says it will target products in states represented by Republicans Aluminum associations on both sides of the border have condemned Trump's move, saying it will only add volatilities to the industry and
"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!.
"freeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Well, the focus today obviously to win the series for the Rockies, but the debut of Kyle Freeland So good in his first couple of years in Iraqis uniform tough 2019. How would the Denver respond in Game one for him and 2020 lots of good today from K Frizzle. With a changeup. Good start in a 123 1st for Kyle Freeland. Vreeland. Ah would allow home run in the second inning to Joey Gallo. He also gave up a run in the third. But in that third inning after The R B. I single from so lack. Kyle needed to do what he has done so well in his career, get a ground ball, and he needs a ground ball right at an infielder. Now, try and get two for one. Second baseman McMahon shaded near the bag. Next pitch ground ball up the middle story shovels to McMann on the first for the double play right on cue. The twin killing Andrews goes to third, but two down, asking, you shall receive my friend right on cue. Well, and Kyle would get another double play later on in the game, and that proved to be important to minimize the damage in the third inning, and the Rockies would respond. In the fourth after the Rockies had been stymied somewhat by Joe Palumbo came on for the injured Cory Clubber, the Rangers starter had to leave after the first inning. Columbo. Very good, striking out four of six and innings two and three. But he walked the leadoff man David dull in the fourth, and that brought the Texan Trevor story to the dish facing Trevor Story back in from the right side. Trevor uses that open stance and the pitch swing and a fly ball deep to right. Gallo backing up at the Wally leaps. And it is over and out of here Trevor story with the Rockies first home run of the season, and it is a tie game at two in the top of the fourth. First home run of the year for the Rockies, and they weren't done in that fourth inning. Charlie Blackmon and Nolan a. Renato would follow with singles. And then Daniel Murphy hit a ball to the left side of the mound. Columbo got to it after knocking it down, but made a bad throw to second. Everybody was safe, and that put the Rockies in shape for Brian McMahon toe lift a sacrifice fly to center field in the Rocky said the lead 3 to 2. Good. Pitching always is grateful for good defense behind them. And the pictures today So the Rockies take care of business with the leather. We've all been able to make it work grounder. This time got buys. Freeland story behind second, has it and throws to first in time to get him that spin move in a strong throw. To get the speedy Andrus. Well, we've talked about it. I mean, Trevor is good on both sides of the ball. He doesn't He's starting to get the recognition he deserves and That should continue to grow because of games like today, the 10 by Goody, who we saw yesterday and forever crushes this one going back. So liketo watch it rattle in those seats here, a Globe life field. Touch him all time for Trevor Story. His second homer of the day, and Iraqis lead it forward, too. That long ball 424 feet for Trevor to give the Rockies a little more cushion. Kyle Freeland just kept getting better and better as the game went on. He worked six innings. And the sixth inning for Kyle was a beaut, breaking balls swing and a miss either a curveball down or a changeup, But Santana down strikeout number four for Kyle Freeland. Gallo is a really wide stance. Before the pitch narrows and then steps to it can't find it Swing and a Miss strike three. Kyle Freeland with back to back punch outs here in the sixth.
Covid-19 Caccine: Search, Progress Explained
"If I had to guess what you'd say if I asked you how long a Kobe nineteen vaccine would take. I Bet I could do that. But best estimates even though we've ramped this up or probably twelve to even eighteen months away from having that available the first vaccine could be ready in eighteen. Months could still be at least a year away and I said that could be a year to a year and a half. I'm not changing any of the dates. So where does that twelve to eighteen month timeframe come from to be honest? I couldn't really tell you but I've heard about it since March and it does sound good to think that a year and a half is the long end of this but this of course is one of the challenges that we all face in the course of learning about this virus the guts of how we research and test and develop and manufacture. Vaccines is probably not something. A lot of us spent time thinking about until now all of a sudden though any piece of good news is desperately welcome so we start to hear about every single potential savior tonight the new findings from the NIH on the antiviral drug rim desert showing promise in speeding up recovery worldwide. There are now roughly one hundred vaccine candidates under view. Researchers advisor believed this Genetic Code Vaccine available as soon as September. How likely though are any of those trials to result in an actual vaccine and even if one of them does. Will it really be available later this year or early next year? Do we even know how to make the vaccine that we might find on a large enough scale? And have we come to grips with the fact that not every disease is a vaccine? How well do we really understand this process? How well do we understand the hope that we're clinging to today? We'll try to help you understand it better right after a very quick update from Claire Broussard. The government says it'll be very careful when it comes to easing border restrictions with the US. That deal which means no nonessential travel between the two countries is set to expire next week but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not say whether or not the border would reopen. At that time Deputy Prime Minister Christie Freeland said. Talks were ongoing. The federal government has announced financial aid for seniors a one time tax free top payment. Those who receive old age security will get three hundred dollars and those who receive the guaranteed income supplement will receive two hundred dollars as the number of new cases of Kovic Nineteen in Ontario remain. Steady the province's chief medical officer of health. Dr David Williams says the by the weekend. Health officials may consider advising the province to move to the first stage of its reopening plan that includes opening select workplaces allowing for more people at certain events like funerals and having hospitals resumed some non urgent surgeries and lastly tradition in Ontario. The Canadian National Exhibition has been canceled for the first time. Since the Second World War it was set to take place August twenty first to September seventh. The President of the Association says they did not take this decision lightly and it was made in consultation and with the support of public health experts. As of Tuesday evening seventy one thousand one hundred fifty seven cases of covert nineteen in Canada with five thousand. Two hundred eighty three deaths. I'm Jordan Rawlings. And this is the big story. Robert Venison has worked on various vaccines and in the vaccination industry for almost forty years now. So I'm hoping that he can kind of walk us through this high Robert. Hi How are you? I'm doing really well except I never know how to feel these days when I see news reports about a new potential vaccine for Cova nineteen and breakthrough and success. And then it's still eighteen months away. Do you know what I mean I do. Why don't you sort of start by telling me what the media and the public get wrong When we discuss potential vaccine for this virus. Well what a here on the media is. It's almost like it's a slam dunk for starters and that it's not going to take very long at all and twelve months eighteen months. I I feel that's really very overly optimistic. My view is that it could take much longer. The probability of success is a lot lower. And you know for some diseases. We've never been able to come up with a vaccine like AIDS for example right. Can you sort of walk me through the typical process for finding vaccine For something I won't say something like this because I realized this is kind of unprecedented in its global scope but but when you normally discover something in you're searching for vaccine what happens well. The normal process takes fifteen years the ranges between ten and thirty years and it starts with an awful lot of academic research understanding the disease and the disease organism before manufacturers even. Start Looking at a potential vaccine. But once they do. Then there's what we call the preclinical phase where we do a lot of animal testing and developing what was called a vaccine platform and scale up occurs and production of enough vaccine for clinical trials. And then after the clinical trials there's three phases one two and three submit to the regulators for a license and Which usually takes a year and then you have to manufacture it and some vaccines like salk polio. Vaccine for example takes eighteen months to make really yeah from scratch. It's not like pharmaceuticals. You're not cranking pills. Can you tell me how the search for a covert nineteen vaccine can cut down that Really Depressing Time Line. Like everybody's working on this one thing around the world. What do you do to shorten that? Okay there's a number of things that we can do first of all. We do everything in parallel instead of doing one thing I and step to second and step three first. We started all of the steps at the same time where wherever we can. So we're we're going to do without a lot of academic research and knowledge of the organism. We're GONNA use some new technologies that we haven't used for vaccines before so these newer technologies hopefully will be a make us able to manufacture a vaccine much quicker. What are those technologies these are some of the DNA and RNA? Vaccines that are being looked at. There's never been a vaccine currently licensed using these technologies but there's a lot of axes in the pipeline so the thought is it might work for this so while these cut down the timeframe on the other handy reduce the probability of success. Where are we then in that process? I mean I read different reports every few days. Well the good news is there's about nine hundred ninety five vaccines that are candidates for clinical trials. Not all of them have started yet. But there's a and of those the top sort of Twenty that I've looked at the top twenty contenders. Some of those are finishing up animal studies and some of them have actually already started in phase one clinical studies so the positive thing is that there's so many companies developing candidates that wild up the probability of success of any one of those is low the fact that there's a lot of them means that we may get lucky and And one of those will come through or two when you say you look at ninety five or however many that are being done around the world and then you look at the top twenty contenders what makes a potential vaccine a contender as opposed to one of the other ones on the list. What are you looking for? Well what I'm looking for because I know how difficult the process is. I'm looking for basically a platforms. That have we have some experience with. So we've had some success with this platform in making another vaccine and I look at how fast that platform will be able to be scaled up to make to make a manufacturer vaccine because normally it takes five years just to build a manufacturing plant for many of the traditional vaccines. We need something. That's a lot faster
Canada slams US proposal to station troops on border
"US is floating around the idea of having American soldiers near the Canadian border to stop any illegal migrants from entering the country because they could spread the disease. Here's what Canada's Deputy Prime Minister Christa. Freeland had to say about that. Canada is strongly opposed to this. Us proposal this is an entirely unnecessary step which we would view as damaging to our relationship
"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..
"freeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Give you some answers as to what happened today with Kyle Freeland here, and we'll hear from bud black here that just a moment. Also the text line, you could jump on board there at two five six six nine zero and I can answer your questions. That way, all the time baseball writer, Tracy regals beach. It's about three thirty five or sell weren't ticket through work like a little bit of time. But I know kind of a Downer this weekend. Split fenway. Get the day off. I mean they really did. They had Monday and Thursday off that okay? Little chance for them to recharge at they're on the road where they played well so far this season, this could be an interesting, east coast swing. And they've, they've shown over the last couple of years now that they're not afraid of going to these coast. They used to be disastrous road trips when they go to the east coast and it's not the case anymore, but. Now you're. Sitting here and you're one and four a three left. Now you're starting to border on disastrous. That's why I'm saying you got to go into threes. He gets three on the road. Okay. So you went three out of five not great east coast. Swing. Maybe steal one. And you get back home, you figure it out 'cause you below five hundred at home to three three seven one three eight five eight five. Right. Let's hear from black first question, obviously about Kyle Freeland. You took him out because of the pitch count because of ineffective this, there's a problem with the blister. No, I think more than more than anything for me. I mean he was stressed in the first inning thirty plus pitches. Then, again in the second another thirty. The widow of pitch count was going. He wasn't long for that game. I just felt. You know after he got Harper to face. Another guy who knows how that goes with fell balls, or deeper counts?.
Mnuchin says U.S. is close to steel-tariffs resolution with Canada and Mexico
"Treasury. Secretary Steve Mnuchin said that the US was making progress in resolving steel and aluminum tariffs with Mexico and Canada. That's something that was welcomed by Canada's, foreign minister, Christa Freeland, who said resolution would be necessary in order for Canada to approve the US MCA. That's the new NAFTA trade agreement, we believe that these tariffs need to be lifted. They need to be lifted for the benefit of both of our countries. We are glad that we have achieved an agreement on the new NAFTA. And we very much think that free trade in steel, and aluminum should be a part of that agreement. The White House also said that it would delay for six months, a decision regarding tariffs on European and Japanese cars, and Mr. Mnuchin also said. That US officials would most likely traveled to Beijing next week to continue trade negotiations with China,
Canada's ambassador to China retracts controversial remarks on Huawei case
"Now to get the latest on the case of men win ju the who way ex executive who's currently being held in Vancouver. Awaiting the result of an extradition request by the US, while miss men sits in ponders her future cases caused a row between Canada's ambassador to China and the prime minister Justin Trudeau Tomas. What's happened? Well to sort of a long story short Emma Mangone Zhou was arrested in Vancouver on the first of December. And she's sort of put Canada if you like kind of at the center of the ongoing standoff between the United States and Canada, the US wants extradited to stand trial in the US for allegedly breaching it sanctions with Iran. Now, the reason this is a difficult position for Canada is that it has just come out to the very rancorous process of renegotiating NAFTA treaty which really saw US Canada relations, which is very historically sort of important one economically undiplomatically sink to its lowest levels for a time. That many can really remember also since Justin Trudeau came into office in two thousand fifteen he's really gone very hard on trying to forge closer relations with China specifically in sort of free trade context this case ridi house puts it in. Very difficult position bit with both parties. Now, what we saw this week for latest chapter of this was that Beijing came out and called directly on the US to withdraw its extradition request for Mang wrong shoe now, I think many commentators here in Canada felt that that was sort of taking the heat off Canada. Also, a slightly in that now is sort of a direct sort of game that it sort of, you know, could sort of step back a little bit in this very delicate diplomatic don's that it was affecting the middleman then step in China's sorry, Canada's ambassador to China, Jon McCullum, he on Wednesday gave this rather extraordinary press conference to exclusively to the Chinese speaking press in Beijing, where he effectively seemed to side with China's sort of calls that he said that he thought that monks. You had a very strong case in fate in fighting this extradition request this caused a huge flurry. Of commentary and kind of diplomatic Pammy, greedy in Canada. Because it wasn't clear whether he was acting on a request from Ottawa or whether he was affectively going rogue now the leader of opposition here in Canada. He came out very forcefully and said, well, if I was prime minister, I would suck John McCollum on the spot. Prime minister Justin Trudeau sort of pooh-poohed that kind of suggestion tried to quell it. However, John McCollum the ambassador to China did eventually apologize for his remarks saying there were slightly miscalculated. But all this comes in the context of a very Phibro environment. And we do of course, have a Canadian citizen. Robert John Schellenberg who is facing the death penalty in China, which also is kind of brought out in the context of this while way extradition request. So really it couldn't be a more fraught diplomatic situation here, the only got more. So this week thanks to candidate is on Basseterre in Beijing. Is this an astonishing esscalation, isn't it now milk con-? But we we've heard all that to inferring internally between the Canadian ambassador and the Canadian Prime Minister. But was Thomas just mentioned this becomes an issue of whether it's all right to travel freely. The Canadians of offered have warned their residents that if they go to China, they could be subject, what was described as arbitrary detainment. It really does suddenly start to change the way that people can move around the world, doesn't it? Yes. Canada sits very highly up on the suit of possible freedom index, and I think that's embedded. It's expected part of the culture of being Canadian that you move around the world Freeland same in Europe. I think. Yeah. Canadian nationals would be very upset to fund themselves detained or questioned that policy withheld to be spied on. So of course, this is. Yeah, it's it's it's an it's a very pressing matter. It's it's a it's a real worry as well. If you something like at a journalist, I mean, the the people have been arrested and held in China at the moment, the Canadians one of them is is a diplomat the page. I know of at least one person who's been warned the next time. They go in a professional capacity to Hong Kong the last sprinkling of western western culture in in in China. They've been told in the next couple of weeks. They will be having the phone tap.
Christa Freeland, United Nations And Commissioner discussed on The Car Pro Show
"Canadian foreign minister Christa Freeland says the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees found that Saudi woman fleeing alleged family abuse was in a dangerous situation. And that Canada was glad to be able to quickly offer her
"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..
"freeland" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"Trying to figure out why was even here, like what's the purpose of this? You know, I had everything I was supposed to have. Why was I not happy and did everything I was supposed to do that I was told to do that I was told would be like you floor. Freeland land, happy land. Why was I not happy? And that kind of brought me to, you know where I am today and I couldn't be more grateful man. I know it sounds nuts. People always ask me if you could go back and start over and whatever. I'm like, I, I wouldn't know what I know now had I not gone through all that, but I'm, I'm eternally grateful that I went through the experiences that I did that I, that I burn my world down because I now have a significantly different appreciation of life and outlook of life. And like you said, I mean the the guy that I was before was your your hundred. Our hundred twenty hour a week guy who had everything because that's what I thought I was supposed to have. And now I'm the guy who does whatever the fuck wants whenever he wants because it's what he wants to do. So it's been quite a thing quite a journeyman. That's life thing. It's pretty on. That's funny because I, you know, there's so many similarities between the two of us, but I think a lot of people on the outside they look in and they just see money and they see a house and they see a car and they're like, they've got it made, you know, but they, they don't understand, you know, in between those four walls inside of you, you know, you're just rotting away. You just feel like pieces of you just losing it every single day and you know, and like you said, there's something about that freedom, and I know I've experienced it. You know what I mean in the last five years, you know, since whatever I don't. I can't even tell you what the hell my job is at this point what Hatami wearing what day, but I, it's enjoyable, right? I mean, everything I do because I want to do it. It's not because somebody told me I have to do it. It's a decision that I made and because I'm making that decision, I'm happy with it it right around. You know what I mean? It's it's my choice. And you know when people get that freedom, I mean, I can't even explain it to other people. You just have to live it, you know? Yeah. I mean, you know, this is what's interesting and it doesn't matter whoever's listen to this, whether you're, you know, twenty five or forty five. We're pretty. Already in the exact same way if you really stop and think about it and and if you it, whoever's listening to this. I mean, think back to when you were a kid. I mean the instructions were you go to school, sit down, quiet down, staying your desk if you need to go to the bathroom, raise your hand, have a hall pass. Right? Is this the social programming of doing as you're told? And so we, you know, the crazy thing is like our parents even supported that, right. Like if you think about being in school, if you got in trouble in school, they call your parents and your parents. You get in trouble at home too. So it was this social programming that we've been through since we were literally babies of what to do, what not to do, what normal looks like. What normal is does look like, right? Like this is normal. This is normal. And so we literally spend our entire lives in this social conditioning and the social program. I mean, literally think about twelve years of of elementary, middle and high school of sit down, quiet down slowdown, and then you get into high school and it's like, okay, now here's the next chapter. You need to go to college. Educated because if you don't get an education and you're going to be a fucking failure, you'll never amount Jack shit. So then you go get a degree in whatever, whatever, and then get a wife and a house in a car and a thing, and the job and worked for somebody for forty years. And if lucky, you know you'll get a gold watching and retire. And I, if you stop and think about that, I mean, just look at our society right now, people aren't happy..
Nestle aims to shed skin unit to focus on food, nutrition
"The atmosphere continues to be cordial. There is a lot of in goodwill on both sides were working hard. Or officials. Now have some more work. We'll continue working this evening. And then investor like, I agree to meet again. That was Canada's foreign minister, Christina Freeland now in corporate news. Nestle has announced plans to either spin off for sell its skin health business, the world's largest, food and
Freeland brings optimism to table as NAFTA talks resume in Washington
"Or right. Another story that we're watching is NAFTA talks over in the states. Canada's says NAFTA talks in Washington DC are cordial and constructive, but there's no indication of deal will be struck this week foreign minister Christie of Freeland will meet with the US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer again later this after two rounds of talks yesterday. She says trade agreements take time, but both sides are committed to striking a good deal. Another
"freeland" Discussed on Bang the Book
"Very interesting game three, ten first pitch first game on the board here, Arizona sending clay buckled Colorado sending Kyle Freeland. A lot of people have been looking to fade Kyle Freeland here. But the problem is, I think Klay buckles is also a little bit of a fade guy. So that's a game where I may be looking to take the over if it's low enough. But again, you don't get low totals at course field, I trust tile Freeland more than I trust Klay buckles. Kyle Freeland is a guy master of contact management clay buckled not really doing as well in that department as is numbers would suggest. I do like Arizona tonight. Patrick Corbin and John gray, but I do like Colorado tomorrow. Probably the question is what kind of pricey laying on Colorado because the markets know Kyle Freeland will get sharp action against him because of the low ERA because of the high expert. But with how Kyle freeness pitched here of late, they're okay with that. They're okay with meeting Kyle Freeland. Kyle Freeland is pitching really, really well. So that's one of those situations where you know, I maybe wait around a little bit on that number expecting it to be set a little bit higher. Come down a little bit as the market fades Freeland and then go back up. Maybe as we get some buyback on Colorado in that situation, how about the Chicago Cubs? And I had a listener tweet at me about this very happy that he did because you I'm doing my baseball article every day putting in the research putting in the time, but this is a spot that I may have overlooked the cubs host Milwaukee tonight on ESPN late game at Wrigley field this entire series. It's been late games at Wrigley field with just kind of a rarity in and of itself. Off the cubs do play a lot of early first pitches when they're at home. So they host Milwaukee tonight. Big game in the division Milwaukee, two games back could leave town. One could leave town in a much better position than they were when this series started. So this is one of those spots for walkie here to game swing, very important game for them similarly and important game for Chicago as well because they can widen that gap a little bit in the division. But here's the thing Chicago after the series against Milwaukee after the series against individual opponent, they play at Washington tomorrow, four zero, five first pitch. If they get this game in DC and a lot of bad weather lately, this is a makeup game. So Chicago loses a day off plays the makeup game, then hosts Cincinnati on Friday with an early first pitch it to twenty. This is the world wind kind of schedule for the cubs. They're going to get to Washington very late tonight, play that make up game. Then hosts the reds on Friday division match up the reds, obviously not a very good team, but still lots of travel and it's a four hour period here for Chicago coming off of emotional series against the teams that seem that is their biggest challenge are now in the central division tough, tough spot on Thursday for the cubs that being said, not a great spot for Washington, either you play four games and three days against Philadelphia with their you played three games in two days with that double header makeup game, then you've gotta lose an off day place, Chicago, then you've got to go back on the road and play Atlanta, no on Friday do it max sherzer on the mound, but bad spots all around here for both Washington and the cubs. I'll have to see what the lines look like for that makeup game tomorrow, what the lines for Friday's game as well. But you're this late in the u. played a hundred and forty five one hundred forty eight games. You're tired. You're looking ahead to the play offs. You're You're just. just kind of ready for the regular season to end for both of these teams because Chicago will make the playoffs in some capacity. And then you've got this brutal travel schedule too tough spots to say the least for both of those teams that'll be something I'm very interested in looking at as we look here to that Thursday, Friday setup in major league baseball hall at the St Louis cardinals. Here they welcomed the Los Angeles Dodgers. The cardinals have leveled off a little bit. This four-game series starts on Thursday night..
Wall Street gains as Apple, tech rebound; oil lifts energy shares
"Are shaping up for the Asian trading. Day is Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis Paul. Thanks very much. Asian shares are tipped to move higher today. Particularly in Hong Kong and China, slightly down in Australia. And we're flat in Tokyo. If you look at futures just had some data out South Korea's August. Jobless rate came in at four point two percent. That's the highest reading since January of two thousand and ten US shares did gain the tech sector rebounded. They also had energy related shares up along with crude oil coudl trading. Now just under seventy dollars a barrel. WTI could
Canada's Freeland meets with US trade representative to discuss NAFTA
"Canadian foreign minister of free Lynn meeting in Washington DC yesterday with Trade Representative Robert Leitzinger trying to reach a deal that would allow Canada to remain in North American trade bloc with the US and Mexico Amorn Air Force One President Trump said he's leveling the playing field with Canada by negotiating to replace NAFTA. President Trump said he does not want to hurt Canada's economy, but also warned if he imposes taxes on cars, it would be
US, Charlie Pellett and Elon Musk discussed on KCBS Radio Midday News
"More turmoil at tesla the stock now slumping bite seven point four percent use that to senior executives are leaving. Elon Musk's electric carmaker emerging only hours after he smoked marijuana. During an hours long interview. It was streamed live
Trump says Canada not needed in NAFTA deal, warns Congress not to interfere
"Trump tweeted. Today that if congress doesn't stay out of trade negotiations with Canada he'll terminate, NAFTA completely NPR's Scott Horsely reports Washington in Toronto. Had hoped to reach a deal by yesterday but the deadline passed President Trump. Jolted trade talks. Friday with a leak news interview and when. She said any agreement with Canada would have to come. Strictly on US terms asked how she could go she ate with someone who's unwilling to. Compromise Canadian, foreign minister Christiane, Freeland replied she believes the, Americans are bargaining in good faith it is going to take flexibility on all sides. To get to a deal in the end we are Confident that, that a win win, win deal is, possible and we're always going to stand up for the national interest. And for Canadian values the US has already struck a tentative deal with Mexico to update NAFTA. But it's not clear whether, lawmakers would go along with that to party, deal if Canada this left
Freeland Canada, NAFTA and Yale discussed on 24 Hour News
"President Trump is apparently reconsidering. His decision to cancel pay raises. For federal employees earlier in the. Week president sent a letter to congress saying he was cancelling, pay raises for budget reasons but has since changed course and says he's. Going to take a. Hard look at the pay freeze
Federal judge denies states' request to end DACA
"But I said in the end, it's okay because at least Canada knows how I feel. So it's fine. It's fine. Stroke. Well, at least Canada knows how he feels, and the president made this threat to Canada. And if we don't make a deal with Canada, that's just fine. But we'll see how it all works out. I say
Donald Trump, NPR and Washington discussed on Fresh Air
"Air I'm David Cooley in for. Terry gross today we continue our series of EMMY nominees Alec Baldwin who's been. Nominated for his portrayal of Donald Trump on Saturday. Night Live tells us how he created his Trump. Impression I, always say the same stupid thing, to myself I say left eyebrow up right eyebrow down stick your mouth at as far as you can try to bite. Somebody's nose off and kind. Of growl with that irritability he's also written a memoir he fell in love with movies by watching. Old black and white films. On TV with his parents I watched track fifty times listen to. Them children of the night what the music they make we'll also hear from Brian Tyree Henry who's been nominated for an EMMY for his, role as rapper paper boy on the. FX series Atlanta
"freeland" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"It's not that that happened. We've articles published on the same day about Kyle Freeland. He is an interesting pitcher in that his peripherals do not match up two zero, but he seems to have really interesting repertoire and command explanations for how he's soft contact pitcher in conclusion, now that you have investigated, Kyle Freeland you've written about him. You looked at him on the on the back end all the analysis. To what extent do you believe in Kyle free lint as a quality starting pitcher, I believe in him pretty strongly as a quality starting pitcher, I don't know if I believe in him as what he's been the season exactly. But I think it's always dangerous because you can convince yourself we have so much data at our disposal now. And we have the soft contact and we have all of his pitcher locations. And as you highlighted, he. Hasn't thrown pitches in the middle of the plate. And he seems to be telling about the way he's going about things and doing things that would induce contact in theory. So it all seems to make sense. But I wonder because if we didn't have any of that data, if we didn't have exit philosophies, if we didn't have the pitcher locations, we would probably just be looking at his fifth and saying, well, he has a much higher fifth than he has an ERA or pick your favorite event stat. And we would say, well, in most cases, guys with a higher x. then Yara they tend to have a higher area after that, and that is usually the case. So we're kind of convincing ourselves that he is the exception. And I am somewhat convinced that he is sort of the exception, but maybe just digging into what he's doing is deeply as we have. We have convinced ourselves too much that he is actually this good. Right. I strongly agree with that in that when you have so much data points that. Confirm or help support. Why is an exception? Even though in almost every case, guys aren't the exception because exceptions by definition are exceptional. It's easy if you sort of his sword pitchers this year by year Ray Kyle. Freeland looks like one of the best pictures baseball, but sodas, Mike fires. And I don't think anyone believes Mike fires is amazing. He has gotten some soft contact, but that doesn't mean these contact pitcher. Now for Kyle free. Linda, what I what I do believe. I think if I remember the numbers off the top my head, I think he has a year a minus sixty two in an expert minus one hundred and three or something. And I think he has a fit minus eighty seven. I believe more in the fifth minus, I believe Kyle Freeland as he's bitching does get weaker contact than average. I believe that he can avoid, for example, homerun dribble a little bit of the pitcher. I do not believe that he's like a sub three area pitcher in Colorado long-term. That's too as long as the strike outs out there. But I know when when we were chatting earlier this week, I mentioned we were going over a freelance articles, and I mentioned I was. Going to compare him to Tom glavin and Tom glavin is in the hall of fame one of the best pitchers of all time. It's kind of a region, but I I'm struck by the way that they distribute their pitchers in the fact that Tom glavin never really had great peripherals himself, but he was always good pitcher, and I don't think Kyle Freeland is Tom glavin yet. He's not a hall of fame pitcher, but the way he's been successful is reminiscent of Tom glavin. And so if you can do it for two years, it will be interesting to see if you can do it for third and fifteenth and twentieth. Yeah. By the way for anyone wondering, we don't normally coordinate our writing topics and schedules in that way. Usually no collusion in our writing schedules this week. There was collusion because we both talked to cal- free when at the same time and then also figured we should write about Kaplan and didn't want to upstage each other with our own Kyle free posts that probably no one is reading even if you combine the traffic figures for both of them. So we we colluded, but that's okay. We don't even know whether that kind of collusion is a crime. I think it is funny because it's easy to say, okay, the the national media underrates Kyle Freeland, but you know what we tried. We put it out there..
Dow Jones Industrial Average
"Update the Dow dropped today is the United States and Canada could not resolve the trade agreement before. The deadline the Dow Jones industrial average fell twenty two points with Boeing and Chevron Corp is the biggest declines in. The index the s. and p. five hundred rose. Point zero one percent with beauty Inc is the best performing stock and the NASDAQ Composite rose point two six percent today, Mark, the, US, imposed, deadline, for a, new, trade, deal, to, be, secured by the US and Canada Canada's top trade negotiator Christie. Freeland said today that the country's delegation in American officials have not yet reached consensus on, a, new, North, American, Free, trade agreement as they. Reach the key deadline heading into another round of. Talks in Washington this afternoon the Canadian minister of foreign affairs. Said the two sides continue to negotiate shares of Coca Cola fell today after the company said it agreed. To buy coffee chain Costa for five point one billion dollars including debt to further its venture into healthier drink options. Coca Cola ended the day down point eight five.
"freeland" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Effective of what we get to do is that we sort of get to analyze how pitchers think about themselves, even sort of implicitly if there they might not be aware of how their pitching what their philosophy necessarily is, but then we. Can we can see it and so we can look at what Kyle freelance patterns are, and we can if we wanted to, we could tell him what his pitching philosophy is, and whether it does change when it's at homered on the road I didn't. I couldn't find anything real meaningful in the data, but generally pitchers will how how they throw or at how hitters hit will tell you exactly what there is. So you don't always necessarily need the words to back up with the data's. Yeah, and he is clearly a guy who thinks about pitching. I mean, you always wonder going into an interview a, are they going to tell you anything that they're actually thinking and be are the sort of person who really thinks about what they're doing, or they just kind of going out there and throwing until they actually have to think about it because what they're doing stops working so well. But it sounds like he is a k. who has put a lot of thought into this and and you kind of have to be when you throw as hard as Cal free when does which for a lefty is fine and would have been great years ago. But now you look at the blast he and he's averaging ninety one point five. This year, which is actually down from last year. He's not blowing anyone away. And so, yeah, in terms of career outlook, maybe you would opt for the gray type pitcher over the free Lind type pitcher because I think it's been shown in the past that you know you want the guy who misses bats, even more than you want the guy who gets grounders, they're both good, but in terms of career long jetty, you want the flame thrower and the guy who gets strikeouts. And so he is kind of fighting an uphill battle in that sense. But that doesn't mean that you can't be as good as any strikeout guy when you're at your peak and when you have everything working and clearly free does. So I think we've probably underrated him, I would guess that most people have underrated him even more than we have just, you know, if you're not park jesting the stats, they don't pop out quite as much as they should, and it's really impressive what he is doing and he was a prospect, but he wasn't a top top prospect. And so I think to. Have him come out of the gate and do as well as he's done. You know, he wasn't like a top ten or even necessarily top fifty guy. I think he was like a bottom half of the top one hundred guy and to do what he's done despite that. And despite the history of Rockies pitching is really press. I agree with that. When I think of Kyle Freeland now, I kind of think of some sort of Dallas kaikal or Kyle Hendricks blend. I think the Kyko is maybe a little bit better than freely. And if you look at the balance, the work gets a lot of grand balls like a real soft contact guy, but Hendrix, even though he's a right, he's kind of a similar sort of approach similar overall profile. And of course, because real in pits in Colorado, we didn't know what his numbers with the cliff. He pledged in neutral, normal environment. That's one of the the great James that we can't live in a world of infinite Kanter factuals where we can look at what freelance numbers look like in alternate path. But in any case, I'm sure he's delighted. He's maybe the one guy who is delighted to be pitching in Colorado because it is where he grew up in. It's probably even though he he won't. Admit it. It's probably a great feeling to be dominating opponents in course field because if he can do it, that's one of the least achievable things in major league baseball. Yeah. All right. So we'll take one more quick break and I will back with some closing thoughts..
"freeland" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Call Hendricks. He hadn't done this for one season is he's done this now for for two which heels like it's significant. And I, I'm comfortable saying that Kyle Freeland has a real skill degenerate week contact. What I am less comfortable predicting is how long he will have that skill. I think that if you a strike at pitcher, you can keep that for longer than whatever it is that allows you to generate your we contact maybe your command slips a little bit. I don't know, but I think that his answers are pretty convincing when he talks about how he's he's getting that week contact you, you know, you think will if you're a lefty pitcher facing a lot of writers had to get contact while you pound the hitters down in a way that's where hitters are least success. But then as Freeland said, in the conversation he sends, they hid hitters started to look for that pitch down the way. And so he started bus to a lot more often inside. And so when you can do that and then go down and away. One thing that's really impressed me about Freeland certainly the heat maps all bear it out. He has really good command of of his heart pigeons on this out of the played. I think that when you when you have that skill and he has a good blend of movement, I'm I'm comfortable saying that field is better than his fifth me. I wouldn't. I wouldn't call him one of the ten best players in baseball. Now there's some really good players, but he is a, he is a pitcher, I feel bad for not having examined closely yet almost any detail because he's just really flown under the radar as of many other Rockies players. Yeah. I mean, John gray gets more attention than Cal Freeland does. I think for good reasons. I mean, we were all writing and talking about him earlier this season because he had such a mismatch between his riffles and his runs allowed, and then he got demoted. And then he's come back up and been great, and he's more of the. The prototypical ace, you know, the harder thrower who gets lots of strikeouts, but for you, Tess just been more successful in terms of the goal of pitching which is again, preventing runs, and it's curious. I mean, it's not only that he's holding his own in course field. It's that he's doing better there than he does anywhere else. And as he said, maybe it's nothing intentional, but it's kinda strange when you look at his career splits and he has to ninety Babb lifetime. In course, field any three, ten Babb on the road, which is not enormous. But it suggests that either he's been a little lucky, in course, field and unlucky on the road, or he's been better at getting that we contact at home because he would expect to see a higher tab, in course, field even with home field advantage. It's just the park with the highest Babbitt in baseball, because in addition to allowing lots of home runs their pitchers, give up lots of basis because the outfield is enormous. So it's definitely not what you would. Expect to see and I was kinda hoping he'd say, yeah, I throw, you know, more sinkers or whatever at home because I'm going for more grounders or I'll pitch lower in the so and or whatever. It doesn't sound like he has a philosophy that is specifically tailored toward course field or if he does, he's not giving it away. Right. And I think that when you when you talk to just generally almost any baseball player will tell you, I just go with what's feeling good. I'm going with what with going with what's comfortable. And then if I'm really feeling good than I'll throw a bit is very want, they'll move how one then I'll get hitters out more often than not. I, I don't think we've ever talked to anyone who said, oh yeah, no, what I'm facing this guy through eighty percent fastballs up here then when I talked to this guy, sixty percents volt down here. So I think that what's what's kind of fun side..
"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..
"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.
"freeland" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Getting very nice pitching performance from kyle freeland went seven innings allowed no runs obviously on three hits walked to struck out eight as he quieted those padre bats they went out for i mean that's that's baseball for you right there score thirteen runs in one game hit three homers and then you come back and get shut out so just depends who you're pitching who's pigeon against you and how they're throwing the ball cal freeman pitching pretty well when he in that game and got his first one on the season the lefty for the rockies padres were not able to pitch nearly his rockies got home runs or a bunch of home runs the we're all my home runs oh ever story hit homer they on yesterday or monday trevor story hit a homer is second second game in a row stories homer he hit his sixth it was a grand slam mind you all right out in los angeles the dodgers will not able to hold on against the marlins they had to nothing lead going today in the marlins win that one in the ninth as they got a run in the enron in the ninth and then the dodgers were able to match that in the bottom half of that inning brad ziegler got the save for miami dodgers lose they dropped to eleven and eleven on the season marlins their six win on the year and that was pretty much it regarding games that were played there was two games like i said grazing orioles were postponed and the tigers and the pirates were postponed as we have actually looks like we have about three interleague series going on right now brewers royal is going on right now.
"freeland" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
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