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"Building in northwestern China's left ten people dead, 9 others injured. It's the second major fire in the country this week, leaving a total of 48 dead. Fire officials say it took about three hours to put out the flames, all of the injured are expected to survive, the cause of the fire now under investigation. It was a nightmare come true for a Canadian paramedic. Jamie Erickson was called to the crash north of Calgary and stayed with a seriously injured and unidentified girl who was rescued from the vehicle and taken to the hospital where she died, it wasn't until Ericsson got home at the end of the day that she was met by Royal Canadian mounted police officers who told her the patient was her 17 year old daughter, Montana. A woman died and a man was rescued and treated for hypothermia after they were caught in extreme cold weather while hiking in Utah's Zion national park, the National Park Service as the married couple was on a permitted 16 mile hike, the park's rescue team found the man on the trail being helped by other hikers and transported him to a hospital, rescuers tried to administer emergency aid to the woman, but she had already died. 6 46, time now for sports years judson Richards. Rachel, believe it or not, it is the final week of college football's regular season. There are some great games on tap today, including USC hosting Notre-Dame, another Trojans or the PAC 12s best chance of the college football playoff, but they will have to get past a fighting Irish team that has won 5 in a row and aiming for a new year's 6 bowl years head coach Marcus Freeman on this matchup. This is a huge run for the forest that goes back many years and went to the 1920s, I think. And so there's a different feeling about this one. And I can feel it amongst our program and our players. They'll kick off in Los Angeles at 6 30, our coverage begins at 5 30 p.m. on a.m. 7 80, the news continues nonstop on one of 5.9. The winner of number two Ohio State versus number three Michigan today will result in a trip to the Big Ten championship game and will keep the winners dream of a national championship alive as well. They'll kick off at 11 in Columbus. To the bears Justin Fields has been listed as questionable to play with that left shoulder injury will most likely be a game time decision, bears will be paper thin on defense against the jets tomorrow, which aquam brisker, Kyler Gordon, Sterling weatherford, all ruled out due to the concussion protocol, our pre game coverage in this one begins at 9 a.m. tomorrow. In World Cup action this morning, Australia defeated Tunisia one nail the U.S. came away with a Neil Neil tie against England yesterday next up for the U.S. they will face Iran in its group stage finale on Tuesday. And in baseball, Ken Rosenthal dropped this after dark tweet last night, the White Sox are showing a strong interest in free agent right hander, Mike Clevenger. With sports on the home of the Bay Area's judson Richards, one O 5 9. 6 48 time for traffic
DeRozan scores 36, Bulls down Bucks 118-113
"The bulls are showing signs in the last two games that they're turning things around. They wanted Milwaukee one 18 one 13, not with back to back wins over the bucks in Boston Celtics two of the best teams in the NBA demar Derozan led the way with 36. Just having a confidence to compete for a close to 48 minutes as possible. Being locked in, you know, and these are results. White made back to back late three pointers that erase the box three point lead the final 75 seconds. Yanis Santa drupal had 36 for the bucks. Check Freeman. Milwaukee
Bucks pull away in second half to beat Trail Blazers
"The box took control in the third quarter and they beat the blazers who played without Damian Lillard their best player One 19 one 11 bucks they used 37 points from Jana sander cupo and pulled away from a two point halftime lead Out of the kupo had 19 third quarter points mostly on hard drives to the basket When they get hit I feel like I'm part of the game I feel like the game I'm lucky now making plays and being aggressive And for any simons led Portland with 29 points the blazers have lost three straight Check Freeman Milwaukee
Bucks use lopsided run after Nash ejected, beat Nets 110-99
"Yanis Santo Dakota powered the bucks back from a 12 point halftime deficit to beat the nets one ten 99 Auditor Cooper erupted after a quiet beginning of the game he had 34 of his 43 in the second half The first half was good for me It was good for the team but I wanted personally the team wanted to have a better second half and we were able to go out there and do it Out of the kupo was on fire mostly from short range missed just two of his 15 shots in the second half as the buck stayed unbeaten at three and Kevin Durant had 33 for the nets who are one in three Check Freeman Milwaukee
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"AP sports app check Freeman The Chicago Bears used a big second half and quarterback Justin Fields did some damage with his arms and legs lifting the bears to a 33 14 win at New England fields through for a 179 yards at a touchdown He ran for 82 and a TD both teams down three and four the beers scored 23 unanswered points to finish the game The Indianapolis Colts are making a switch at quarterback Matt Ryan goes to the bench Sam ellinger has been promoted to the quarterback spot for the rest of the season according to indie coach Frank Reich In the NBA's a big performances on tap in the Memphis Brooklyn game John morant Desmond Bain each scored 38 leading Memphis to a one 34 one 20 home win over Brooklyn in the NHL Las Vegas Phil kessel tied an NHL record for consecutive games played at 989 And broadcaster Jim nantz will call his last final four this April and Houston Nancy Betty more time with his family The reason for stepping away from college basketball check Freeman AP sports
January 6 Committee Doubles as November 8 Committee
"There's a piece in The Wall Street Journal You got to read James Freeman The January 6th committee calls it doubles as the November 8th committee What's November 8th Election day Sounds like something I told you on the phone Sounds like something I said 'cause I says my grandmother used to say oh my grandmother I mean she used to say so I says and he says so I says she was a gray woman The best of the best right But I says to you a long time ago on this show I know you P one listeners remember that That's industry lingo Tom let me learn about the industry Tom I know you just you know let me just tell you how the P ones those are people Tom's like how do I get stuck with this idiot Tom's filling in for Mike again he's like my gosh how did I get stuck on this show today How did this guy drag me in The P ones you know what I'm talking about here right I have said this over and over The purpose of the January 6th committee was threefold It only had three purposes Now one of those purposes let me be clear from the start It's not January 6th There is nothing new to add on January 6th What happened happened was it wouldn't have happened the way it did There is no new information There is zero new information Nothing Yeah the pipeline Nobody was talking about the pipe bomber We have to get Julie Kelly on about that Nobody was talking about that There is no new information about January 6th whatsoever The purpose of the January 6th committee is threefold Keep Trump off the ballot That's number one right The second is to scare Republican donors and activists Understand if you even knew someone who knew someone who was on the mall on January 6th it won't be it won't be long before the FBI is not going to do a door asking questions okay So that's point number two To scare you Point number three was to interfere in the coming elections by using the subpoena power of the committee to interfere in the midterm elections Now when I said that I got a couple of emails from listeners saying well Dan how are they going to do that How are the mechanics of that going to work And I said okay just watch Watch who gets a subpoena and watch whose information leaks
Arraez, McNeil win batting titles, Judge misses Triple Crown
"The major league batting races went down to the final day though two of the contenders took the day off met second baseman Jeff McNeil rested for the playoffs and finished with an NL leading three 26 average One point ahead of Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman One of my goals in baseball is to win a batting title He's the second met to win the title but Freeman made a last ditch effort by going three for four in the season finale Aaron judge was held out of the Yankees lineup and lost the AL batting title by 5 points to Luis arayis of the twins Judge was denied a Triple Crown after taking the home run and RBI titles I'm Dave ferry
Third wild card creates opportunity for another playoff team
"Also won to eliminate the brewers from playoff contention It ends a franchise high four straight years of making the postseason Left Fielder Christian Yelich says they blew many chances We had opportunity We had opportunity after opportunity and you know we just couldn't capitalize The brewers had a four game lead in the NO central in late July but a rough stretch of August left the brewers settling for having to battle for a wild card spot but they could never catch the teams ahead of them Check Freeman Milwaukee
Brewers boost playoff hopes with 5-1 victory over Cardinals
"A tense game the brewers played it like it was a must win They pulled away late for a 5 to one victory over the Cardinals The brewers used closer Devin Williams to get out of a situation in the 7th and they let him pitch the 8th as well Start a branded Woodruff struck out 9 over 6 innings And these moments is when I can focus in more and try to make pitches and yeah I just like pitching this time of year I love fishing in the playoffs and hopefully we can get back to that The brewers pulled away from a two to one lead Victor caratini two run double highlighted a three run 8th inning Check Freeman Milwaukee
Chisox eliminated in AL Central, 6th loss in row; Tigers win
"The guardians were crowned AL central champs before the opening pitch of their ten four route of the rangers Cleveland clinched the division when the White Sox lost to the tigers Stephen Quan had a Grand Slam in 5 RBIs to back Aaron savali who allowed two runs in three hits over 5 innings Kwan's home run put the guardians ahead ten two in the 8th Tyler Freeman and miles straw each went two for four Gabriella Rios had two RBIs and Quan provided three of the guardians ten hits Cleveland has won 7 straight and 18 of 21 to open a ten game division lead I'm Dave ferry
Scherzer perfect for 6 in return, wins 200th as Mets clinch
"The mets are in the postseason for the first time since 2016 Max Scherzer was perfect through 6 innings leading the mets past the brewers 7 two Scherzer was pitching his first game since coming off the injured list He was on a pitch count set down the first 18 batters before being relieved Scherzer says he was not conflicted about being pulled while pitching a perfect game Scherzer lauded his team's accomplishment A lot of times we just don't beat ourselves and when you do that other teams make that one mistake and we capitalize on it And we've done that the whole season The brewers got their first hit in the 7th the mets remain in a fight for the NL east lead with the braves Check Freeman Milwaukee
Marshall upsets No. 8 ND 26-21; Freeman to 0-3 for Irish
"Marshall pulled off one of the biggest surprises in recent college football history by winning an 8th ranked Notre-Dame 26 21 The unranked thundering herd was trailing 15 12 with just over 5 minutes remaining but grabbed the 1915 lead on a three yard touchdown pass to Devin Miller Marshall then clinched the win a minute later when Stephen Gilmour returned an interception 37 yards for a touchdown leaving markets Freeman's fighting Irish Owen two to start the season We didn't execute I mean it comes down to execution We did not execute the way we obviously needed to to win this game Notre-Dame had won 42 straight games against unranked opponents coming into this one I'm Tom mariam
Burnes shines as Brewers top Giants 2-1 to open doubleheader
"They were quickly falling out of wildcard architecture but the brewers righted themselves at least for now with a double header sweep of the Giants two to one and four to two Using limited offense but strong pitching Corbin burns started today by striking out 14 and 8 innings in the opener Having our schedule with 78 home games at the end of the year is definitely going to help us for this playoff push but yeah it's going to take some take some good baseball for us to get into it The brewers used 6 pitchers to hold the Giants to four hits so that I kept starter Freddy Peralta left after two innings with shoulder fatigue Check Freeman Milwaukee
The latest in sports.
"AP sports I'm check free but first American man to reach the U.S. open semifinals in 16 years Francis tiafoe moved ahead with a straight set win over 9th seated Andrei rubley in front of a very boisterous crowd in New York the 22nd seated TFO will play his final match on Friday Honda baseball Aaron judge hit another one His major league leading 55th home run in the New York Yankees extra inning 5 four win over Minnesota the Yankees also took the nightcap 7 to one Tampa beat Boston won nothing St. Louis used a two run double by Tommy Edmond in the 9th inning to come back and beat Washington 6 to 5 It's definitely one of the best experiences I mean to see all your teammates running out to you and just celebrating that win especially after we all grind them together for the first 9 days of that game The card was extend they're leading the NO central to 9 and a half Toronto wins at Baltimore four to one Atlanta beat Oakland 7 to three They stay half a game and back of the New York mets who swept the double header at Pittsburgh 5 to one and ten nothing Jacob de Grom goes 7 strong innings in game two And execute pitches To have some good defense behind me and then the guys put up a ton of runs for me Kansas City B Cleveland two to one Chicago White Sox 9 Seattle 6 Houston for Texas three and extra innings VLA Dodgers down San Francisco 7 three Clayton Kershaw with the first 6 innings says the Dodgers are priming themselves for the postseason But also try to win the games and sometimes those mirror each other and other times they don't So it's a little bit more challenging at times for our team But for me personally it's just when the game and pitch well and get ready for the playoffs Philadelphia down Miami four three San Diego for Arizona 6 three Colorado beat Milwaukee 8 four the drawers continue to slide behind the wild card leaders their four out Cincinnati over the Chicago Cubs Detroit down the LA angels Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson still without his desired contract extension Jackson is entering the final year of his deal with the ravens and the NFL season lifts the lid tonight with the Super Bowl champion LA rams hosting buffalo Check Freeman AP sports
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 4:45 a.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm chuck Freeman The first American man to reach the U.S. open semifinals in 16 years Francis tiafoe moved ahead with a straight set win over night seated Andrei rubley in front of a very boisterous crowd in New York the 22nd seated tiafoe will play his next match on Friday On a baseball Aaron judge hit another one His major league leading 55th home run and the Yankees extra inning 5 four win over Minnesota the Yankees scored two in the bottom half of the 12th to win it The Yankees also took the night cap 7 to one The Saint Louis Cardinals are running away with the NL central the Cardinals used a two run double by Tommy Edmond in the bottom of the 9th inning to come back and beat Washington 6 to 5 Their lead on second place Milwaukee up to 9 and a half games Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson still without his desired contract extension he says Friday is the deadline Jackson is entering the final year of his deal with the ravens The NFL season lifts its lid tonight with the Super Bowl champion LA rams hosting buffalo Check Freeman AP sports
Cruz continues to punish Brewers in Pirates' 4-2 victory
"The pirates playing the role of the spoiler prevented the brewers from gaining ground in the NL central with a four to two win Brewers reliever Brad boxberger gave up a bases loaded walk to the pirates rodolfo Castro in the 8th inning and that pushed across the go ahead pirate run an impressive at bats as manager Derek Shelton Even though it's a four pitch walk in that situation young kid trying to do something you know you want to do something big there in any state and under control I'll start a Mitch Keller held the brewers to four hits over 6 innings The pirates bullpen also stranded the brewer's potential tying runs in the 9th inning I'm chuck Freeman
Mitchell, Hiura homer late, Brewers rally past Pirates 7-5
"The brewers needed two late home runs to overcome the pirate 7 to 5 kesten Hiro's two run shot at the bottom of the 9th inning landed on top of the wall and left field and climbed over giving the brewers a walk off win This came after rookie Garrett Mitchell had tied it in the 8th inning with his two run blast Mitchell's first major league home run in just his second start A lot of visualization and thinking of wanting to be in these types of moments I know when I went up there that's kind of what I was thinking like you know why not me Mitchell has contributed RBI base hits at his first two starts helping the brewers extend their winning streak to three in a row Check Freeman Milwaukee
Defense: Key government witness tried to extort R. Kelly
"Defense lawyers for singer art Kelly are trying to portray a former merchandising agent as a liar at Kelly's trial in Chicago With the latest Former R. Kelly employee Charles Freeman says Kelly offered him a $1 million to recover a VHS tape Kelly's lawyers say Freeman is an extortionist who demanded the money or he would go public with the fact that it was a sex tape Freeman is testifying under an immunity agreement and admitted he had told lies about videotapes connected to Kelly Freeman conceded he had kept copies for 20 years until police threatened him with arrest for possessing child pornography Kelly is facing charges that include child pornography and obstruction of justice
Gonsolin, Dodgers rebound from shutout, bully Brewers, 10-1
"Tony Gosselin became the first national league pitcher to 16 wins as the Dodgers pounded the brewers tend to one Gonzalez allowed one run over 5 innings and says his teammates deserve most of the credit Didn't feel like I had my best stuff today So it really tipped the cap to the defense All the position guys that had a fantastic job top to bottom defensively and offensively obviously Trades Thompson hit a three run Homer and drove in four Freddie Freeman had three hits and also knocked in four Milwaukee's Corbin burns was rocked for 7 runs over three and two thirds He drops to 9 and 6 Mark Myers Los Angeles
"freeman" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"More and more of us are rethinking our relationships to our gender. We're asking to be identified in ways that better reflect who we understand ourselves to be. In the world is following suit. I mean, just consider that on LinkedIn when you sign up now, you have 5 options to identify your gender. And they include both non binary and self describe. Today's guest is uniquely positioned to help us understand this movement. Chloe Freeman identifies as a black, queer, non binary person. Their pronouns are they them, and as an actor, they often get to play non binary characters. But Khloe is also an entrepreneur, and that's what we're going to talk about today. They founded a wellness company for queer people. In Chloe Dell's this amazing story about raising money from a venture capitalist, a white cisgender man. Said to him, you know, old genders have periods. And he said, what? This statement, it got the guy's attention. And Khloe was able to raise funding for their company. It's called for them. One of the biggest reasons that queer people don't have more products and services developed for us is because many people misunderstand who we are, or how substantial our numbers are. Today, I'll talk with Chloe about the great opportunity in serving a niche market of people who are just not at all served. But to start, I ask Chloe if we could understand their life experience a bit more. Here's Chloe. I'm going to split my coming out of sorry in terms of sexuality and gender. I think we loop all those together and we assume one huge, huge coming out, which is not my experience. When I was 18 and so I started to date women and I thought this is me. I went through a bit of bisexuality and I moved straight through to I am gay. I am gay, I have 100%. I love women. This is who I am. And that was awesome. My Friends was super accepting. My family struggled a little bit at first. I think back then, I think I would just quite shocked, which I was quite shocked. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Liverpool in the UK. The you were shocked that they were shocked. Yeah, I was like, look at me. I'm so scary. What are you talking about? This is, I thought that I was wearing it on my soul. I don't be outside of my body, but apparently I was not. And that made it a little tough for me. I wasn't sure what it meant. I was like, okay, I'm gay. Should I still force myself to be super fam? Should I be really good? Because that's what I see. Some people being on the hour. Where do I sit? And so that was a really big exploration for me to understand what that really meant. Both to be honest inside intimately with friends and partners and family and then outside in the world, how did I want to be? I think that external expression, it's this wonderful mirror for what's going on inside you when you come out, but when you come out, you start with modeling the images you have in front of you. And figuring out what fits. And I feel like there's this training wheels period to coming out, where you know I had a shaped head for a while. I had an eyebrow ring, and then I went through, I went the other way and I was like, lipstick every day and coiffed hair. Right. Until I finally figured out what it felt like to be me, right? Exactly. And this is why I'm sort of obsessed with this idea of authentic self. What does it feel like? What does it look like? How do I want to move through the world? And certainly, my sexuality was just one step into the right direction. And then I started to understand that actually my gender was a little bit more fluid and at the time I felt complex than I thought. And I started thinking about what does it mean if I don't feel like a woman and I don't feel like a man. I didn't have the label for it at the time, but I just sort of knew that I certainly had a little bit of dysphoria, which that's in my own personal experience and is not prevalent in everybody. Those gender nonconforming, but for me, I had a bit of dysphoria and that was my first sort of insight into gender expansion or gender nonconformity. And I've just been exploring questioning, learning, talking to people in the community, and I finally got to a place where I understand who I am. Yeah. Well, so what are your pronouns? And does that question annoy you? Question that people who don't live in a community where gender is part of every conversation, like they always start to be progressive and good citizens of the world. No, absolutely not. It is not annoying me. Always ask everybody pronouns. I think it's beautiful. It feels quite politicized actually at this point, but I see it as this wonderful expression of self to the outside world. I'm also this beautiful respect between those that don't know you. And so yeah, my soapbox moment is ask people's pronouns. I love that. I appreciate that. I encourage that. Now let me ask you, how do you think about the relationship between what it means to be transgender and what it means to be non binary? Yes. This is a wonderful subject to discuss. This is something that we're trying to sort of catch up on in terms of being this language and labels. I think some of my trans Friends, some of my trans non binary Friends identify as transgender, even though they are not, they do not sit in a binary of identifying the transmon or trans woman. I think that there is fluidity around the label. I think there is more and more fluidity in the community. And I think that we're playing a little bit with language. If I can be honest, I mean, we haven't quite nuanced each individual's expression in terms of how we label them. I still hear that. And I just want to amplify that idea that we are in the midst of, I mean, I'm going to call it a revolution. We are in the midst of rethinking what gender could mean. And there are not succinct labels that work for anyone or everyone, and those labels, by the way, are morphing and emerging all the time. Right. And I know you know this Chloe and I know a lot of our listeners know this. But my brother is transgender. And he's a dad.
"freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Little glimpse at the my future, too. 5 days later at four o'clock in the morning, Chelsea's water breaks and their son Brandon is born about four and a half hours later. It was incredible. It's just seeing Brandon born and all never thinking that she was going to be able to do it again. Let alone Carrie and then deliver with no problems. That was special for us. And that's a pretty good end to any movie buster, but that is not the end because there's another baby out of the way. On Valentine's Day, maximus is born to the surrogate. I got to be in the room behind a curtain and right when maximus was born, I got to walk over and see him for the first time and it was just like surreal that he was here. The love that I felt the connection I felt was immediate with him. I just knew that he was mine immediately. Freddy, who grew up with the Freeman 5 with his two older brothers with rosemary with Fred, he now has his own Freeman 5, with Charlie, and with Brandon, and now with maximus and he's sitting on a couch and talking with his father after he is the three boys all at home and he says to his dad, you know, this is really come full circle for me. Buster, when you look back on all of this, what does this whole story say to you? It really speaks to me to the amount of love that Freddie has within that family. Just to see this wonderful family so connected and holding together through all these really very difficult moments from rosemary's cancer and her death and Fred's health scare to all the way in the last year, everything that Chelsea had to go through to grow this family in the way that they really wanted to. That's why it was so inspiring. Foster only, thank you for taking us full circle with the story of Freddie Freeman and the new Freeman 5. Thanks for having me. I'm Pablo taure. This has been ESPN daily. Our show is produced by Alexander hyacinth, Mike Johns, Steve Martin, Ryan nantel, Andy tennant, eve tro Chris two Manila and Aaron Vale. Special thanks this week to Russell denalo, Jennifer Carson Strauss, and Jackson nudge low. I'll talk to you Monday..
"freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"So buster Freddie Freeman loses his mother tragically at age ten, two years after that, he almost loses his dad at age 12, how does this impact and shape his development as a baseball player? So after mister Freeman's health scare at that point, he commits to his three boys. You know what I'm going to do a better job of taking care of myself. And he does that. And he helps to foster Freddy's development as a baseball player. You know, about 6 months after his mom passed away, he had stopped playing and then baseball really became an outlet for him through his teenage years. And he's big, and he's strong and right away. Folks in the area notice, this is someone who potentially has a chance as a baseball player. And by the time he gets to his senior year in high school, he's a potential first or second round draft pick. So buster at this point, the plan is for ready to go to college unless he is a first or second rounder in the major league draft. But as the draft gets closer, how did things change in Freddy's mind? At two o'clock in the morning, he knocks on his dad's doors, and he basically said, look, I want to play baseball. We had that in our mind that if you're not first round pick, let's just go to school and get your degree. As we were getting closer to the draft, you know, it just kind of dawned on me that I just wanted to play baseball. For Fred Freeman, that was an incredibly important thing to get his degree. But he sees Freddie's passion to play professional baseball and he relents. And so after the braves draft him in the second round, he asked he signs the paper because at that point, Freddie was 17. And the new deal between Fred and Freddie was that he was gonna get four years to get to the big leagues and if it didn't happen, then you know what? He was gonna go to college. I think it worked out for him. So Freddie gets to the minor leagues. He gets drafted. He ends up being a prospect of note. And after a few years, he gets called up to the big leagues in September of 2010, and in a lot of ways buster, those first few games, they seem forgettable. But there is this one at bat in Philadelphia on September 21st. What happened? Yeah, against future Hall of Famer Roy halliday. And as his dad told us he was watching on television and he saw Freddie inserted into the game as a pinch hitter and he was like, yeah, holiday is going to strike about on three pitches. We head now to the top of the 7th inning braves have some more work to do. Freddie Freeman will come on and pitch it. I got up there, you know, I'm just a 21 year old kid that had 13 at bats. As Freeman jumps on the first pitch and he launches a tape measure shot deep to right and gone. His first career Homer against Roy Hamilton. It was one of those swings where you hit the ball and you don't really feel the ball hit your back, and I was like, oh my gosh. That ball's going out. And you love the old video of it because you can see Freddy as a young player. He's a very respectful understated person and as he's rounding the bases, having hit this home run off this incredible pitcher, he was just suppressing a grin. And it's not till he gets back to the dugout and some of his teammates are giving him a hard time good naturedly that he finally can smile. So aside from that Homer against Roy halliday, buster, 2010 for Freddie Freeman was kind of unremarkable, but the next year, 2011, when he's officially a rookie that's his official rookie season, that would be super important for him both on and off the field. That's because he meets his future wife Chelsea. The first time I met Chelsea, it's 2011. Spring training. It was just so comfortable with her, you know, I didn't have to be someone different. And the first thing that he notices is she doesn't really know that much about baseball. When I first met him, I didn't know anything about baseball at all. He would quiz me after each game, so to help me learn baseball. She had flown up to Atlanta and I went over for, I think with two strikeouts and.
"freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"What happens there? Yeah, you're right. And Fred acknowledged to us that after rosemary passed away, he went through a period of depression. He gained about a hundred pounds and one night Freddie and Fred were watching the Lakers on television and he noticed his dad was having a hard time moving. He could hear him breathing. And Freddie at age 12 basically gets so concerned that he takes him close of his dad, throws it at him and says you need to go to the hospital tonight. I'm just sitting in that room. Same hospital, my mom was at two years prior. Doctor comes in to the room and with my dad. And he goes, mister Freeman, you're lucky you came to the hospital tonight..
"freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"This past spring and exclusive emotional portrait of one of the game's best players. Someone who opens up as never before about loss and loved ones and how hard it could be to build a family of your own. I'm Pablo Toure. It's Friday, October 29th. This is ESPN daily. Buster, thanks for joining me man. I appreciate it. Sure, great to talk with you. So we're talking to you today about this documentary you reported for E 60. It is called full circle. The Freddy Freeman story. And as that title might imply, you'd chart his journey, two Major League Baseball, but the journey, the story is as much about family as anything buster about his journey to starting his own, and why that is so deeply important to him. And so I just wanted to start here at the beginning of that circle. To talk about who Freddy Freeman was before he became the all star the MVP. We now know him as today. He was a happy kid growing up in Orange County, California. With two older brothers with his mom rosemary and his dad Fred, you know, fell in love with baseball in an early age. My first real memory is tee ball. I was 5 years old. I'm left handed. I went up there and stood left handed and I guess my coach tried to turn me around right handed and my mom came storming up and goes, he's left handed. He's gonna stay left handed. And he was a kid, as he said, his mom loved him very hard. I think I'm a spitting image of her. Just such a caring loyal person. Her love just poured out and it poured into me. This is someone who he was incredibly close to. And looked at her as being, you know, his backbone. And someone they could count on for support. But she had gotten melanoma when he was 5 years old. He didn't really have an awareness of it. And then in the fall of 1999, she had a recurrence and within 6 months, she was in hospice. And Freddie, as he said to me, all along, he just assumed that his mom was going to make it through. So Freddie is ten years old, buster, when his mom gets diagnosed with this recurrence of melanoma and the stability that he's known is suddenly threatened. What happened next? Well, he and his older brothers, every day after school, they would immediately leave and rather than go and play the sports, which they all played. It was a baseball family. They would go to the hospital and then.
"freeman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Hey, everyone, Pablo here. We're doing something a little different for today's episode because tonight the Atlanta Braves are gonna try and retake their lead in the World Series against the Houston Astros. And one of my favorite episodes of this podcast is a show we did back in April, about first baseman Freddie Freeman, the MVP of the braves. And the story is about so much more than baseball. I think it's gonna stick with you as it is stuck with me and change the way you see this guy and the way you watch this World Series going forward. Buster you've been working on this story about braves first baseman Freddie Freeman for a long time now. What drew you to his story? Well, of course, you know, he's one of the best players in baseball. MVP of the national league in 2020, he was probably the most prominent athlete to have a series case of coronavirus with his temperature spiking in July to a 104.5. But as we did this, oh my goodness, it really, in my 20 years at ESPN, it's one of the most rewarding stories that I've done, one of the most inspiring stories that I've done because they're just so many layers and to see the relationships within Freddy's family and how his life is really come full circle from the.
"freeman" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Now ten thirty eight election season is upon us. Maybe just a little bit. Calmer than last year's just a little bit. Maybe i wasn't a big win or anything with it. Joining us now. Up on the hotline are sierra four before a vip guests it is well kennedy commissioner. Mike freeman commissioner. This election season maybe a little more toned down than last year. That's for sure. Yeah you're not. You're not hearing much about this election out there really no. It's been fascinating to me. I think that after last year and everything the build up into it and everything that happened and transpired afterwards people were a little up and maybe still are a little burnt out trying to follow along with everything going on well and and it's typically off your elections. You know are not are not. There's not nearly as much on you don't have for example Commissioner races for one thing. You don't have any house and senate seats you know in the state or nationally..
"freeman" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"First learn jay returned to the scene of the fire to search so the freemen's doug sissy the still. They're standing in the same spot in the master bedroom where the body of cathy freeman had been removed and a black plastic body bag just wendy previous the trailer. Unbear- axles and wheels. Most of the flooring had fallen through to the ground except for the master bedroom there floor on mostly intact because the water bed soaked the area so looked at a manitou as the master bedroom was certainly better preserved than all the other rooms so shave swapping carefully around the rebel and lorena spent down nearby overturning debris in a ashes. She saw a framed. Wedding photo of danny and kathy then with the dog standing nearby jay looked over the unburned portion of the floor the master bedroom and then he saw what he described later as something that looked like a bowl of hamburger meat. And this was danny Least danny's destroyed head. That's very macab. But within minutes of arriving j. Bible had found a second body. They had missed the previous day. And how we don't know it seems impossible to have missed this your stove. This body was identified as danny freeman and upon autopsy. It was determined that both danny and kathy had been shot in the head with a shotgun and killed before their home was set on fire. So lorena j. looking at each other in disbelief. How did the investigators. Mrs entire human body and it was safer his head being obliterated his body was intact not just a sack of ashes now they could tell it was a body they could tell it was a man so how do you how do you miss it anyway. That's the big question. I think maybe there was just this assumption. That danny had done it and taken off. But that's very irresponsible and doesn't even make a lot of sense to me for no those so each theory about how kathy had died and each theory about daddy..
"freeman" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"It's fine to let people in the community spread rumors but as a professional investigator. You're supposed to look at just the facts right now among the locals on the scene the rumor was that danny had finally lost it and killed his wife. Kathy he could be hiding with the girls waiting to shoot. At the sheriff's department officers laurine bible was assertive and she called out to the investigators. Asking them to search. For laura and ashley she asked if they had looked in the three cars belonging. To danny kathy and laura what if there was something important in the vehicles i mean what if the bodies were in there there was a body in a trunk so the sheriff finally did have the car searched but it was almost like lorraine had to tell him what his job was. Very weird do this. There was no one in the trunks. They did find laura's keys in her car but that's not really unusual. No rural type of area. There aren't carthy surround are. They're not usually now unless it's a teenage boy going for joy right right. Yeah i was gonna say except for assistant. District attorney clinton ward arrived at the scene. He was just days away from leaving his job as the ada before going into private practice. According to witnesses he told her the people at the scene. That danny had a big drug debt. So this planted the idea that the murderer and the fire drug related. Even though there wasn't any evidence of this a medical examiner. Donna warrant arrived late at the scene because of a four fatality accident machines thereby three thirty in the afternoon she went into what was left to the freemen's home where the wall of the master bedroom still stood. Kind of upright head of the waterbed was pressed up against the wall with the upper body of the deceased female lying face down across the bed. Her knees were off the bed while what remained of her feet. Were on the floor. The waterbed had exploded in the fire and protected the front of the body so it was mostly unburned back to the body was chart and a nightgown was completely burned away. So meanwhile outside the bible's are growing very impatient and irritated. They don't know where their daughter is. The os be. I allowed only danny stepbrother. Dwayne and laura's father j bible to search down near the creek for the girls at four o'clock. The female body was brought out of the rubble by deputies. And put in the back of a hearse in the crowd. Emmy donna warren found laureen. They'd known each other. Because warren had been lorraine's mothers primary physician years back so it seems like just about everybody knows everybody smoker murph yeah so lorraine waved over the emmy and said who is that referring to the body so warren leaned in spoken to lorraine's ear telling her that it was a woman who had borne children and she was wearing a wedding ring so at least two laureen. This confirmed that the body in the house. Was cathy freeman. so just after. Four o'clock kathy's burned body was driven away toward tulsa agent. Steve nutter announced that he had wrapped up the investigation and then he released the scene to danny stepbrother. Join am i missing something. You're not what investigation you haven't told me any investigation. It's bad i now. I don't know how to answer you. It's just difficult to even imagine. Riches wasn't done right. Property described in the search warrant as the charred remains of a mobile home was now out of the hands of the investigating officers. He said in the hands of the freemen's next of kin. So should we talk a little. About how preposterous. This is dumping..
"freeman" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Posted all over the town and danny said afterwards that the sheriff deputies were following him and stocking the family the incident was investigated and it was decided in favor of the deputy. That's not a big surprise. no it isn't local. People had their own theories about what happened that day and the freeman family is understandably upset and angry and that created the ongoing hostility between danny freeman. The sheriff's danny certainly believed that his son was killed in an act of cold-blooded murder and according to the family shot in the back. Which would make the author story of what happened untrue. Still the shooting list ruled justifiable based on the testimony of the shooter. And that's the deputy named david hayes. Well i guess according to the sheriff's office this deputy passed a lie detector test when he was giving his version of events. So that makes it. True now doesn't oh. We know that lie detector tests really don't determine who's lying. It just measures the stress response right now back in the summer of ninety eight. Ashley's father. Danny who was already known to have a really violent temper. Had been charged with abusing. Shame and shane wasn't the only one who was a victim of danny's temper beck in nineteen eighty five. Danny was charged with beating his father-in-law after the father-in-law trimmed danny's front yard bushes without asking for permission. So the father in law had a restraining order against danny for his own protection. The local rumor was the danny was involved in drugs and he was verbally and even physically abusive of his wife and children. But he and kathy would definitely deny this and there was no evidence his wife. Cathy was described as a very loving caring person and she was also a dependable worker. She was the main supporter of the family. At this point. She always showed up for work and she was one who was never in trouble with the law at all. So initially sixteenth birthday. Her mom cathy freeman was thirty. Seven it was a wednesday and kathy had a lot to do for her daughter's special day. She prepared a late breakfast of biscuits and gravy. For danny and danny had been doing as he was working. Odd jobs heeded some welding here and there. He also sold wildflowers and willow branches to a local florist..
"freeman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Freeman with a KQED perspective. Now when Lindsey Baden timers family cabin was destroyed by the called or Fire, what was lost was much more than a building. Three year old daughter took her first steps two years ago at our family cabin that her great great great grandfather built the hideout as we call it is in the woods near Echo Summit. The special places where I learned about building fairy gardens and family. It is where my mom learned how to chop wood and light one match fires and sing campfire songs. It is where, Just last year my grandfather watched all his great grandchildren play in the creek, where my great grandmother's old kitchen cabinets went to live their second life when they remodeled their mill Valley home. Six year old son, Landon, helped stack firewood with his grandma and played in the tunnels that is great, great uncle carved out of the alder trees. We all helped gather rocks to line the path through the ferns to its door and chipped in on repairs. My kids who are the sixth generation of cabin goers, love nature and getting dirty and hiking to love her sleep and helping because my mom's love for this place filled over onto us. When I asked my Children where we should meet in our dreams at night, they always tell me at the cabin, but there won't be any more first steps on those 100 year old floors. Others are having their hearts broken, too, by the devastation of the caldera fire. When I close my eyes, I see our treasured heirlooms going up in members. The antique pie safe and the controller, the vintage, perpetual calendar, the quilt zone and wood carved by the hands of the generations before me. I see the living room chair where my mom sat with her grandkids to read bedtime stories. The same chair that my grandparents read to me and I'm reminded to open my eyes, hug my family tight and be grateful for all the memories and stories. I'm thankful for our safety and our homes and the firefighters tireless work. When my mom told Landon what happened, he said. That makes me very sad, Grandma, but you know what If we all work together, we can rebuild it with a perspective. I'm Lindsay Bodenheimer. Lindsey Bodenheimer is a Nevada native and you can share your thoughts in her commentary online at kqed dot org slash perspectives. Support comes from Leaf, Cabraser, Heimann and Bernstein, seeking justice.
"freeman" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Coffee to geico this morning. All right this This hot weather. We'll take take it out of you. Football practice getting yesterday. Man i so. I bought a gallon and a half of water that you take over there drinking. I'm getting tired of holding it. i'm watching. These guys do sprints back and forth. You know we're flipping tires. I did flip a couple of tires tractor tires. A love that But these guys are doing planks in one of. Them's like coach key. W water on me and i'm glad i bought that big of a water because i'm dumping water on all those guys trying to keep them cool man But it takes a. It takes a little bit to get going in the mornings. All right we got the cup of coffee. This guy gets a gets us going as well. It's mike freeman. The won't county commissioner Commissioner how are you this morning i'm doing. How are you doing great..
"freeman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Applauding when quarters. Now really diversity initiatives you know it's not progress But it's not nearly enough not anymore. You know those are the types of steps that white americans love to congratulate ourselves for. You know we're constantly patting ourselves on the back for you know making progress toward racial equity. But i think the question we have to ask. How many more people are we going to allow to be harmed you know. How many more lives are we going allowed to be taken while we are content to make progress rather than actually solving a problem. And i think when it comes to racial justice we need to remove the word progress from our vocabulary I i think it's time to advance real solutions but to do so. It's gonna require many more people understanding how and why corporate american wall street are able to profit from other people's pain and we're going to need many more white people in particular to understand how their struggles are deeply interconnected with the struggles of people of color so that they recognize that the fight for racial justice is also their fight. Well jim freeman He's a civil rights attorney and author of the book rich thanks to racism how the ultra wealthy profit from racial injustice We will link to your book in everywhere. You're listening to this People and thank you so much. Jim for taking the time to speak with us today. We're having me all right folks quick break and we will be back to wrap things up. We.
"freeman" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"All right. I hope you enjoyed that. Conversation with chad clinton freeman about sensor. Thank you chad for bringing this to my attention. Ever since you mentioned it. I just keep seeing so many people talk about it and i think that's because it's a movie worth talking about so i'm glad we got to do this episode. And if you haven't seen this moving you just listen to a spoil the whole thing. You should still go watch it. It's on vod right now. Go check it out. So that doesn't for today's episode. Please make sure you're subscribed to piecing it together wherever it is you. Listen to podcasts. Also of you like what we do here on the show. Make sure to share the show with your friends share in your facebook groups on your twitter feeds and your read. It's on your all those kinds of places to share share share. Let's get more people listening. Let's get more people subscribing The numbers just keep going up. And i'm so grateful that we have so many people listening to this podcast. I put together But the more people that listen. I'm going to put more and more effort and work and time and make more episodes and more content and i have all these ideas for like bonus episodes and stuff like that to do. We do our breaking it apart and are missing pieces episodes but i have other things too that i'd like to add into the whole overall piecing it together formula and the more people we get subscribing the moral going to start making. Some of that stuff happened. So share the show rate and review us on apple podcasts replied chaser Sign up for our patriots. That produced by david rosen patriots where we pose bonus content from this podcast from awesome movie year and from my music career so lots of great content over there on patriot. If you wanna support us that way but just sharing the show is just the ultimate best thing it really helps make sure that new people get to find out about this podcast so thank you all so much for listening. Let's go this thing out with a piece of music. Like i always do and gave a little shoutout to a mutual friend of chad mine. alex kalana is a filmmaker here in las vegas. He had his films play at chad old polly grind film festival. And i worked with alex on a couple projects here and there over the years. I haven't talked to him in a while. I should get in touch with him. But i'm gonna play a piece of music. I made for a little short film of his it's called roach. And it's just as weird creepy dark video of basically a roach being eaten by ants It's absolutely disgusting. But very cool looking. And i made this music to go along with it and i m planning one of the many projects i have slowly but surely in the works is an album of music from films that i've worked on The the music has been released in any way other than within these films. And i'm going to put together a compilation of some of that music and this will be on it so it will eventually at some point be available on i tunes in spotify and all that stuff But for now you could hear it right here so check it out. It's called roach. We'll be back with more piecing it together coming up real soon. All points west. Production produced by david. Rosen in las vegas..
"freeman" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"Lost it on. The plus side is three against one. So let's lost this match lost. What in a way we've won because we well though we've lost move. The freemen gets to go home to his family. One more time on on time for dinner is up into what what did you. What would you do your day. I just killed three green young in india combined. Not some weird family cars. Do it in a weird way i agree. I'm quite happy like if we have to lose are happy that we lost against this. Sometimes is that if we lose we're not to Amount laggy we lost the freemen. But i would give them respect. So you know we all going to have to rematch him. More looking to to shame we've rematch is. We'd normally them quite aggressively. Yeah that's not. Yes so we need to be con- collies while we've never lost twice in a rematch. Even guiberoua so this first one will be nice per second round sees sees. Yes oh all right. We've lost his browns will. We tried for listeners. Thanks for listening as always you can head over to the what the flip podcast dot com to get access to all of our exclusive content. We have videos news. Update show notes on our episodes wasted interactive us where he can suggest topics ask questions and more and guys if you wanna shout out on our next episode simply share. A poker refrained at us either twitter or instagram. So we know who you off and so we can shout name on next episode. Thanks for the support guys. Some with that. I've been out bill real sop out..
"freeman" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"Other than shit. Okay yamato from the reto okay. The would stall user with a weed. Scary face okay. He's pretty powerful free. Fan fans yeah. He's pretty powerful. And this has gotten a lot. This changes everything. We ought token nicey. Nice but now i was. We just got we go play. Dirty will stay but we don't know who we work in so our ally in this fight is. I'm not shitting. You is brutal. Ch- mortar toll. So burrow's free strong. Although he's a kid he i'm up to. I've i've reasoning. Just go up to date with the enemy. So we're going to go off the enemy where he's is in the enemy. I mean that's what me sprees strolling like. He is very strong. I don't think he's jato strength. I think just got enough skill and ability to take our to down so this geometry in his prime yum yamato in abreu toast time on nuts damato ship even yes so i i think i think i think they're going to win at the moment. Baugh morgan freeman definitely dead. Because we just need one shattuck lane us often just to go after him. Kill him in the rest of us can folks yamato..
"freeman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"Sun. Those are really. I think the main categories that that things go into and we built a great team. I mean i. I will am. I want to admit. I am not the copywriter. Now i have a lot of templates that can provide some of my clients. Choose to start with. What i provide amend manipulated. Then there's those other ones that they're like no. I won't full blown copyrighting it if they don't have a copywriter. There's somebody on my team that can support me in in fulfilling that. So what the end and obviously onsite or day of management speaker services making. If it's in person making sure those speakers get that white glove service coordinating their flights in their hotel and all of that if it's virtual then it's the scheduling. The dry runs making sure. The speakers are good to go that i know from a production standpoint. Are they playing videos or they playing audio do they need me to play. You know fun sound effects to that you know what is what's their vision for their presentation. Right right okay. A couple things came to mind when you were sharing ambling all. I don't know you weren't rambling. You were going through your process. And i get that. Essentially your mental checklist is what you were going through. And billy and it's not mentally it a massive project management. I totally believe that. But you were trying to go from memory so because i typically when we're trying to remember things we look into the right when we're trying to remove is definitely doing that. I'm sure though. That's a psychology thing for those of you who are wondering So a couple things that came to mind when you were saying that the first one was about you're talking about whether it's in person or virtual so let me ask you this so you said that there's other hosting platforms out there besides zoom for that so give us some examples of some of those other ones. Everybody necessarily early knows that that it's true. You know zoom is amazing and most of these other platforms integrate with zoom. So you're still using zoo to put it out there. The difference is that in some of them. And there's pros and cons for shore. You can create an entire immersive experience where people log in. There's a list of the agenda they can be chatting with each other on the side. They can do pop up meeting rooms. You can have all of your sponsors have a virtual booth there so things like that where you're essentially creating an entire website experience for the event and those are great especially. I don't typically push this but a lot of people they do they want everything prerecorded and those platforms are great. If it's prerecorded you lose. The engagement is not an experience. An you can do a healthy mix as well you can have on demand content in in these platforms when you click on that agenda button for the session you wanna go to. There's a button and then it just opens up zoom room but all the information in one place and it works really really well for events that have a lot of sponsors and events that have concurrent sessions. When there's three different sessions happening at the same time. It makes it a lot easier in what i've started doing in all gravel off a few different names of technologies but What i've started doing for my clients that keep it just in zoo. Is i create. What i call a dashboard. It's a landing page so that dashboard. There's the agenda. There's a big button that says joined the virtual ballroom any any of the downloads from the speakers or the sponsors are all available there. A lot of times we'll do virtual bingo or different types of games you can download the bingo cards so basically all email communications everything that you're doing your attendees no at any given point. This is where. I go to get everything i need to to to attend the event. And that just gives you one more experience it makes it feel a little bit than okay Zoom meeting on my calendar. I'm just gonna click on that it re installs the branding and it gives your sponsors especially for zoom meeting a lot visibility. Yes absolutely now listeners. I will let you know. I have attended one of wendy's events before and everything she's telling you she does. She talked about having that special landing page to go to where you can join here You can have those online but yet offline meetings with other people at the same time lets go on on having the the workbook available to you that you can print out so you can have it next to you. I've experienced that entire thing that she's talking about four and it's amazing she. There is no that she leaves unturned. She make sure everything is covered. She had at least in this particular case she was talking about putting on a virtual event and just sharing some of her tips and tricks ways to make it better a about We played certain games so we could experience them for ourselves to see if that's something we would want to incorporate in our own virtual events going forward and so those were fantastic. So i don't know if i said it in those terms to you before wendy but bravo valley that i received that thank you. I was a fun event. 'cause we basically got to it was. It was teaching entrepreneurs how to do their own. Virtual events million create experiences but it was fun because in most online experiences. You wouldn't have all of those different things packed into one there being one or two sprinkled in so it was fun to just like really the curtain back in. Show everything. Because i can tell you virtual bingo but unless you play it you don't understand i can tell you about intentional breakouts i can tell you about a virtual magic show but unless you experience it you don't know what's going to be the best fit for yells. Oh yeah that magic awesome. By the way i'm like. Oh yeah yeah. It was really good. Oh there's so much more. I can say about that One other thing. I wanted to key on here. You were mentioning the speakers before and how important it is to be touch with them and to find out you know what their vision is for what they wanna do. The key that i want to to make the key point i wanna make is how important. Details are when it comes to an event Wendy mentioned earlier folks that she is very much detail oriented and for those of you who have listened to this at for any length of time. Listen to this podcast. you know. i'm wired up the same way. I there are times. I wish i could turn that part of my brain off honestly. But i can't i can't i could honest to goodness i've used as example many times before. But you know. I could be with a group of people and we're going out to eat for breakfast and i hear one person. They asked for orange juice but they ask for very specific kind is like do you. Have minute maid with no pulp. I can't shut that off of my brain will remember that about that person. Because i'm thinking of every specific example where that happened and i was doing an event six months later that this person was at our that i knew this person was going to attend and so i specifically asked to have that orange juice available and the person that person came up to me and commented. It's like this is the first time i've ever been to an event where they had good orange juice with no pulpit and like well i got that for you like what are you talking about. It's like well. We were out to breakfast like six months ago. And i heard you or that. So i just made a mental note of. It was important to you. So i did that. So my point in making this is not just about the details. it's also about the speakers in that is. Is this part of your process about finding out a little bit about the speakers. So that when we're doing things like thank you gifts to the speakers we.