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"gallo" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"LinkedIn, I'm Jesse hemple, and this is hello Monday. So a bunch of years ago, I had a horrible time with a colleague. We're going to call him Sam because that is not his name. Sam was so hard to work with. He didn't return emails. He dropped the ball and commitments. He took credit for other people's work, which I just really think it's the worst. Now I loved this job. I really think the job would have been wonderful. Were it not for Sam? Around that time, I started working with this great job coach. And of course, the first thing I brought up was Sam. I really wanted her to help me solve the problem of Sam. But when I walked her through my litany of issues, she just said, Jesse, there's always a Sam. That phrase has become a mantra to me because it's pretty much true. Anywhere I've ever worked. There's always a Sam. Our guest today is Amy Gallo. She's an expert in conflict communication and workplace dynamics. She hosts Harvard Business reviews hit podcast women at work. She's got a new book called getting along. How to work with anyone, even difficult people. And as soon as Amy entered the studio, well, I told her all about Sam.
Dodgers pummel Brewers again, Heaney 10 Ks in 12-6 win
"The Dodgers beat up on the brewers 12 to 6 Andrew he allowed two runs over 6 innings with ten strikeouts his catcher Austin Barnes He was really good you know his fastball has had a lot of life on it They threw a slider really well today too We got a lot of swinging mask I think he had ten punches so it was a really good start Barnes hit a two run Homer and had four RBIs max Muncie Cody Bellinger and Joey Gallo each drove in two Milwaukee's Adrian Hauser was rocked for 5 runs over just two and a third innings Hauser drops to four and 9 Mark Myers Los Angeles
Muncy, Betts homer, Dodgers beat KC for 12th straight win
"The Dodgers winning streak is 12 games after max Muncie and Mookie betts carried their offense to a 13 to three pounding of the royals Muncie went four for 5 with a Homer and four RBIs hitting the two run shot in the fourth inning That's belted his team high 26 home run leading off the game as part of a 5 run first A season high 6 Dodgers homeward including Joey Gallo Cody Bellinger Will Smith and Gavin Lux Brad Keller was reached for a career high tying 8 runs in three innings It's a Dodgers first 12 game winning streak since 1976 I'm Dave ferry
Haggerty hits pinch homer and M's hang on to beat Yanks 8-6
"Pinch hitter Sam haggerty opened the 7th inning with the go ahead Homer Andres muniz escaped the bases loaded jam in the 9th and the Seattle Mariners hung on for an 8 6 victory over the Yankees Haggerty batted for left handed hitting Jared Kellen against left hander Lucas ludic and broke a 6 6 tie by lifting a one O cutter into the left field stands His pitch is all would come into a right hander so you're definitely looking at trying to get something out over the plate that was going to come in and you know I was just fortunate enough to find a barrel The Mariners victory came just hours after a busy trade deadline across the league including in New York The yanks traded Jordan Montgomery and Joey Gallo ahead of Tuesday's game Krishna Arnold New York
Judge, Hicks hit grand slams as Yankees pound Pirates 16-0
"The Yankees avoided a third straight loss by blasting the pirates 16 nothing to earn a split of their two game set Neither team scored until DJ le mayhew's RBI single in the 5th one inning before Josh Donaldson and Joey Gallo hit back to back homers during the three pitch span Aaron judge and Aaron hicks added grand slams while the Yankees were scoring 11 times over their final two at bats Kyle higashioka and Giancarlo Stanton also went deep for New York which leads the majors with 139 home runs I'm Dave
"8 piece four time geffen cool bar the defending World Series champion braves won their 11th straight game beating the pirates 5 to three Adam Duvall Homer twice and drove in three while starter Kyle Wright struck out 7 over 6 innings of three run ball to earn the win Other Major League Baseball scores the Giants completed their first sweep of the Dodgers since 2016 with a two zero win Carlos rodon allowed just two hits and struck out 8 over 6 scoreless innings It's just something that you know we want to build off of keep this momentum into tomorrow and these next coming series The Diamondbacks ended the Phillies 9 game winning streak in a 13 to one route handing interim Philly manager rob Thompson his first loss since replacing the fire Joe Girardi Other national league winners the mets brewers rockies and reds In the American League Matt Carpenter went deep twice and drove in 7 as the Yankees pounded the cubs 18 to four correspondent Tom merriam reports The acts who have won 11 straight at home to command early scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the first Isaiah kind of falafel and Joey Gallo each hit it to run double Carpenter then blasted his first of the day at three run shot in the second to make it 8 one New York This is a really special group of people in this room It's more than just talent I watch it every day the way they compete Other AL winners the Astros Blue Jays raise Red Sox guardians rangers and Orioles In golf Rory McIlroy finished birdie birdie to hold off Justin Thomas and Tony finau at the RBC Canadian open Here's correspondent Graham agar's The Irish man was tied for the lead with Thomas with just two to play but a two shot swing on the 17th secured the victory his first title defense and his 21st career went on the PGA Tour Going up against guys like JT and Tony and coming out on top That's something to feel really good about Female stole second place with the last whole birdie Thomas claimed third And Daniel Suarez held off Chris buscher to become the first Mexican born driver to win a NASCAR Cup Series race in his 195th career start at Sonoma raceway Geffen kuba AP sports
Carpenter hammers Cubs; 2 HRs, 7 RBIs in Yanks' 18-4 rout
"The Yankees nail down a sweep of the cubs with an 18 to four route Matt Carpenter and his first start 9 days hammered Chicago pitching for two home runs and 7 RBIs while scoring three runs The acts who have won 11 straight at home took command early scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the first half of Chicago's Ian hap homered in the top half Isaiah kind of left and Joey Gallo each hit a two run double Carpenter then blasted his first of the day a three run shot in the second to make it 8 one New York This is a really special group of people in this room It's more than just talent I watch it every day the way they compete you know offensively it's 9 on one every single night That's a rare thing Kind of think that's Yoko also Homer twice His first two of the season for the yanks Tom New York
Cortes pitches 8 crisp innings as Yankees beat White Sox 5-1
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Blue Jays beat Yanks 2-1, end New York's 11-game win streak
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"gallo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Laterally, sometimes people move down. And whether it's in a different league or you're currently, I don't know at the end of the day whether or not that's a factor. For me, this is not about the place that I was. This is about Georgia. This is about an opportunity and a place that I really wanted to be. Mike white, being introduced at the university of Georgia today. Let's get back to the calls and caden is up next to hello caden. Hello, how are you, Paul? I am well. Thank you. Yes, how far do you think how far do you see Alabama going in the NCAA tournament? Can anyone really inconsistent like they haven't been they play really good in Zack and then they lose to Georgia? Yeah, I think they're challenged. I mean, they may have a hard time in the first game. We still don't know their opponent yet a lot of people believe Rutgers would be a bigger challenge than Notre-Dame. So I'm going to sound like a lot of people with Alabama. They're capable of winning a lot of games because they have shown that, but they are about as equally capable of losing in the first round. Yeah, a 100% agree with that. They're just very inconsistent and just can't shoot. The ball really well one not or that can't hit the broad side of a barn. Yeah, so I think anyone who wants to invest a lot of a lot of chips in Alabama going deep in the tournament, do it at your own risk. I mean, there's a heavy reward, but considering they were on they were on a hot streak in February. They went ice cold in March. It is march. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it. Lee is in Cincinnati. Hello Lee. Hello, Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. I just want to start off by saying I took calculus in high school and you didn't miss anything. I would have been negative. Lee, I'm just wondering, had I taken calculus? How would my wife how in my life have been different other than I may not have ever gotten out of school? It would have been substantially worse. I can tell you from experience. Okay. Thank you. But what I wanted to ask you was, could you just talk about my client? Have you heard anything about anyone who might be replacing my flight for it? Any rumors. Not yet. I mean, I know every writer out there throws a bunch of names up against a board that's usually what agents tell them, what insiders tell them. I know one thing, Thursday and Friday, we talked to three different or two different Georgia writers about the opening and UGA. Nobody mentioned Mike white. What do you think about Bruce Weber a possibility? I'd be surprised, he's a very successful coach, but it seems like he has reached the end of his end of the line. Now, in basketball, sometimes there's never an end because coaches keep getting recycled. I mean, there are some very attractive names out there. Yeah, Bruce Weber, you have Sean Miller who is a final four coach, but also one with dark dark clouds over him. So there's always patino. I mean, you can go out there and get a guy that's been to the final four, a number of times. That doesn't sound like what Scott Strickland will do though. To me, I would use Billy Napier as the model. Okay, that sounds reasonable. Hopefully it'll be somebody who can produce another winner. I will say that I think the Florida is a lot of people who support and have unreasonable expectations. I think really Donovan really happened to see you made it almost an impossible time. Well, he did. I agree with you on that. And there's always, you have a lot of choices to make. I think when you saw the Tom crean hire, that was glitz. Let's go out there and get the best available coach, whether he fits or not. And Tom crane never fit, but he was still capable of getting the number one draft choice and had he been able to keep some other guys there. He would have gotten to the tournament instead. He couldn't, and had an absolutely disastrous year. Mike white will never have a bad year. He's a very good coach. But is he good enough and this is a flash point in the SEC. You're going to see 6 new coaches come in here and it could change the dynamic because you don't know what you're going to get. Look, if you go back 8 years, it was 8 years ago this week. Bruce pearl was hired at auburn. How did that program change? Tennessee changed with Rick Barnes. And by the way, he was, he was the quintessential retread. Like a Bruce Weber, like a Sean Miller, except both of those guys had more accomplishments than even Rick Barnes. Let's continue with more phone calls, Bobby is in New Mexico. Hello, Bobby. Hey, Paul. How are you? Very well. Good. I hope you're having a blessed day. Thank you so much. Thank you to the conversations about hiring coaches. It's kind of like pro coaches, the ones that do great with new quarterbacks are the ones who research the quarterbacks, find more seems to have reasonable abilities, reasonable learning ability as they bring him in as a freshman. And then they tutor him and make him a professional quarterback. And I think the same thing is true with coaches, sometimes the best coaches out there are not utilized because they are like you said, they want to be hard to get to the final four in the first year. Anyway, enough of that. Also, a couple of weeks ago when I did call them the first time, later you guys were talking about K hat trial. Can you ask hill was that Arkansas? I believe after he was in Idaho and from there, he went to Clement. Anyway, enough of that, I will tell you also though that you didn't mention Kenny Hatfield was the one responsible for creating what is known as the wildcat formation. I had forgotten that. Yeah, I thought you had. Anyway, nothing that makes sense. The next thing I have on my mind have 9 out of ten of our ball players forgot how to drive the basket, drive the lane, put up layups, jump shots, and leave that three point shot at home, I'll tell you what, I have been watching and counting. Last Friday, the razorbacks put up 9 missed free throws before the hit month. Now the majority of those shots up turnovers on the rebound. Had those same 9 or 8 of those 9, then put on the floor, driven to the basket, you may not have made them all and made only a couple of free of jump shots or a couple of shots off the ball. Bobby, that's a really good point. Hey, before we go to the break, let me give you an update. We put this bracket up yesterday. The NCAA brackets, not the only bracket out there. You knew that, didn't you? There's the fine bomb.
"gallo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I think it's important to understand the way that LSU is structured, which goes all the way to the governor's office in Louisiana. I mean, the governor points the board of supervisors, the board is ultimately responsible for hiring and firing the athletic director, all of these coaches. So, you know, there's a very high level aspect of this. And you're right that we have not really seen anybody actually on LSU's campus held accountable over any of this over the past few years. I mean, you could argue that we'll wait as the first person LSU has actually fired over any of these wrongdoings. Do we know or has anyone discussed why LSU put up with will wait for so long and what finally triggered it when they get this notice of allegation a week ago where they say we can't put up with it any longer even though I doubt seriously Andrea that there was anything in that report that they were surprised by. That's a good question. We heard of king Alexander said yesterday that even though a lot of this was out there as long as three years ago, he said the FBI refused to turn over any of their evidence to LSU and so LSU didn't have enough evidence to actually fire will wait and there was a due process aspect of this that needed to play out. So it's a little unclear what made LSU decide to act now and whether that was actually a unanimous decision or whether there was some internal struggle over that. I mean, they did immense. Contract back in 2019 to say that if something like this came out, LSU could fire him for cause, which asking Alexander said that had they fired him three years ago. They would have had to fire him without cause and pay a huge buyout, which as you know, Paul is something that LSU has done quite a bit of lately. There is a new athletic director. There's a new president, but it's still sounds like the same problems and if you listen closely to what king Alexander has said in other people, if I'm following this correctly, I've lost track. Please correct me that Joe aliba the former AD wanted to fire less miles many years ago. He was overruled. In this case, they wanted to fire will wade, but once again, a lever was overruled, who are these people that keep overruling the athletic director and why are they still around? That's a great question. There were always rumors that oliva did not get along particularly well with donors and with the kind of political class that helped LSU raise money and helped pay for so many things. But you're right, it raises a question of who is actually running this university and I think once again that goes back to this issue of institutional control. But whenever a levo was fired as Baton Rouge, it was a pretty popular decision. He wasn't particularly well liked by LSU fans by and large, but I think that ever since his firing with everything that's recently come out about less miles and we'll wait. I think his reputation here may have improved according to some fans at least. And let me ask you about Scott Woodward. He's been there a couple of years now and people like him, but he was part of this crowd, was he not? That seems to be the problem. Yeah, I mean, I think that there's definitely an argument to be made that Scott Woodward is as culpable in all of this as everybody else. I think that LSU fans have largely embraced him because he's had a successful track record and making good hires and good. Hires of people who win frequently on the court or on the field or whatever it may be. But we have heard from a lot of people who've been pushing for institutional accountability from LSU that they want to see more from Woodward. As he said anything? Him and LLC's president released a kind of joint statement about the firing of will wade a few days ago whenever that news came down, but that's been pretty much the extent of it. It's not like he's been out doing interviews or anything like that about this issue. And Andrew correct me if I'm wrong, but these statements are usually boilerplate written by university attorneys, are they not? I think that's a fair assumption. I think LSU in particular is usually extremely careful about consulting attorneys with any sort of information that they put out to this extent. So yeah, I'm sure whatever they released was vetted very closely by LSU's legal team. And finally, the story that we first got to know you over and those are the allegations about less miles and others on that campus. Where are we with all these lawsuits and all these investigations? LSU continues to face several lawsuits in several investigations. I mean, this notice of allegations from the SBA is obviously huge and has a lot of people paying close attention, but beyond that LSU is still under some investigations from federal agencies that regulate higher education, they're under a query crime reporting investigation, they're under a title 9 investigation. And they're facing several lawsuits from mostly women who have been essentially assaulted or sexually harassed or who allege some type of sexual misconduct on campus and who say that LSU failed to take proper actions. So all of those are still in the work. None of them have officially been settled or gone to trial at this point. So we'll see what happens with those and LSU is also facing a few lawsuits from former coaches who are saying things like wrongful termination as well in totally unrelated situations, but that recently came up in court as well. So they've got a lot of legal problems on their hands. That's for sure. As usual, the lawyers are getting rich. Andrea, thank you very much. It's always great to have you on. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks, Paul. Good to talk to you. Andrea Gallo, investigative reporter for the advocate on the latest from LSU. We will take a break, more to come right here, more of your phone calls as well. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Just moments ago in Athens, Georgia, Mike white, former Florida coach, that sounds strange, doesn't it? Introduced as the new Georgia head basketball coach. As you're always evaluating the college basketball industry, it is a little bit more rare for what reason I don't know. You know, at the end of the day, people move from this league to that league, sometimes people move up, sometimes.
"gallo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Remember Rick Barnes at Texas, but from my understanding, it really transformed that basketball program. What kind of led to him be a part? It was it's interesting. It was a lack of success in the NCAA tournament. And he took them to the final four. And that was, I think, in somewhere in the early 2000s. And then they just ran out of gas. They never could get back and they would be a first round knockout or a second round. And I think it was just a classic case of someone being there too long and not being appreciated any longer. Yeah. Well, congratulations to him on the balls. I'm an auburn grant, but good to see him bounce back. Yeah. Thanks for the call. As we talked, I was taking a look at, you know, Rick Barnes really before he even got to Texas. He made a some really serious runs, well, at Clemson, Clemson was a school I was thinking about. He had Clemson and the sweet 16 one year, and they nearly, they lost a game, I think it was literally in the last couple of moments, or maybe it was probably. I can't remember where it was, but ultimately he got to the final four in O three and made it back to the elite 8 twice. And then it just became a series of first round knockout one year they didn't get there. Second game and then there's final year there. He lost in the first round and that was it. They just finally said Rick, we love you, but you're fired. And Tennessee came along and picked him up. It worked out well. Let's take a break. Let's go to we're heading down a Baton Rouge, another place where firings are pretty much all over the baseball coach retired. The football coach fired, the basketball coach fired, we'll talk all about it with Andrea Gallo coming up next. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. We have spoken to Andrea galo many many times throughout the controversy over the last miles and that is Iran. And we talked to her now about the latest allegations this time by the NCAA and official letter. Many serious allegations against the school. What does it all mean? Andrea joining us from the advocate in the wake of will wade's firing and now we hear from king Alexander once again, Andrea, thanks so much. I envy you. You've got an amazing beat where there is always something going on. Thanks for having me, Paul. You're right about that. There's never a shortage of news related to LSU, particularly the athletic department. So it keeps us busy. And the picture is now becoming crystal clear of many of the things that you and some of your colleagues have been writing about. And we're not talking basketball here. We're talking about the culture of LSU athletics, especially in light of the allegations. And on top of that, the former president, king Alexander has spoken out, give us your impression of what it all means. Yeah, absolutely. Well, I think over the past year, ever since all of these allegations started coming out about football and then if you look even further back about three years ago since the allegations started coming out about will wade, there have always been these questions about why LSU has not done more to investigate or to hold people at the top accountable. And we started hearing a lot last year about the role of LSU's board of supervisors and all of this. And yesterday, LSU's former president F king Alexander essentially said that, first of all, he said there wasn't enough evidence for LSU to really do anything on weight three years ago, but he also said that wade was largely protected by members of the LSU board of supervisors who wanted him to keep his job. So I think it once again goes back to this question of who is really in control of LSU and how much clout does a high profile coach have versus the president or Chancellor of the university? And Andrea, I mean, this is such a new allegation that seems like the same core that we've heard so many times. We heard this in the last mile situation. Now we're hearing it here and now the NCAA is essentially saying this school has a culture problem, but that shouldn't surprise you, should it considering all the work you've done on the title 9 case? No, I don't think it's a surprise and I think that for people who have been paying attention over the past few years, there's very little if the actual note at the allegations that LSU recently received from the NCAA that we have not previously heard about or that is particularly surprising. There are a few more details a few more numbers on payments and things like that, but a lot of these allegations have been out there for years at this point. And even in the notice, the NCAA says there have been media reports about this. There have been public allegations about this and yet LSU has failed to properly investigate. And Andrea, I'm asking you questions, you're not really responsible to answer responsible for answering, but I'm going to ask anyway, considering how long this problem is going on and all the sound and fury that we've heard from politicians and public officials, but it seems like nothing is really changed. You still have a group of people in charge that may be indeed be the problem. How do you fix a problem like this? Yeah, that's a great question. I mean, I'll be interested to see if the NCAA really does find a lack of institutional control at LSU and if they do, does that finally some help for LSU to clean up its mess?.
"gallo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Night squirrel is up next in Mississippi. Hello squirrel. Thank you for taking my call. And if I could have one wish for the newer listeners, listeners slash watchers. And what I mean by newer when the show went from flatline radio to TV. I wish some of the people that started listening to you since that time. Could hear some of Jim's calls back in sick 8 years ago when they were compelling and interesting. You know what I mean? I mean, you can't even get upset with Jim. I'm more sad when I hear his calls because literally all he does is everyone a Jim's call is going to mention a legend and Jeff and Danny Sheridan and our Tim Brando. And I don't know, it's just I don't remember the old gentleman and along for those days. Do you remember that Jim? I do remember, yes. I remember everything about this show. Of course you did. And legend. Did he say he wore it a shirt to Alabama auburn basketball game with the squirrel and back? He did. He did say that. Yes. Yes. University boulevard with Dollar General T-shirt that, I mean, a sweatshirt that has the legend. Again, he thought he refers to himself in the third party. The legend on back of it, but, you know, he comes on with this jailhouse bravado, which again he had plenty of years to rehearse. It got credit for that. He's got a great act. But in reality, I was playing the data, looked at him. I looked down attitude. He's no more intimidating than I loved him right by. I mean, just not a physically intimidating guy. But it's the little ones you got to watch me. I always told you that. But legend, he is such a fancy. He was jealous of my Twitter line. A couple years ago. And I wanted to talk about you. He's thinking that's a defend jammer's office. It was in two tweets. I'd have him curled up in a corner. Second is thumb and he'd have me blocked. And I'm blocked to the stage. I mean, legend is when he tells about her badass or keyboard badasses. He is the epitome of the keyboard badass. I mean, he is just it's sad. He said these two guys haven't said so close to the chuck. But today you see me walking around with the squirrel on the back of my shirt as they open my second club and see me. I'm seriously, you know. And I do it like layer from shell we did. You know, you remember this, you know, remember you had the shirts printed. Oh, yeah. Larry from Shelby from the Paul found bomb show, but it was at obviously a shirt to a print shop and it was professional. And if you got to do it, at least lucrative, but no, you won't ever see me with a damn squirrel. But thank you for that. Thank you very much. Squirrel, appreciate. Kathy is up next and Aiken, South Carolina. Hello, Kathy. Hello. Hi, how are you? Good. I am great. How are you? I am even better hearing from you. Awesome. I'm a game car. I'm a game car. Doctor ilana went from losing Clowney and everybody. We had not been much of I will take you that right now. But I will yeah. You were on a roll until you kind of went off course there. Usually when somebody crosses that line, we have to we have to put an end to the call. It was a good call until she knew some choice words. She was correct in what she said. It just wasn't a applicable or permissible for this program. Wow. Steve is up next to hey Steve guard. Steve, are you there? Steve could not hear me. We will try Jeff, who is an orange beach, Alabama. Hello, Jeff. Am I having audio issues or are they not hearing me? Jeff go right ahead. Okay, let's write the, let's wait 7 seconds here and see if we can get this color on. Play the jeopardy music for final jeopardy. We're waiting for Jeff. Hello, Jeff. One, three more seconds, two, one. Jeff is next. Why is this lasting so long? Sorry, Jeff, you're on a cable. No, you're on cable system that gets a show a day late. We will try Lisa in Texas. Hello, Lisa go right ahead. You're on the air. Hi, boy. How are you today? I am doing great. Thank you. Oh my gosh, I love to see you laugh love the year you laugh. Your expression is waiting for the callers to come on. I'll say. Yeah, well, usually it takes 7 seconds, but I realized you could have two televisions in the same house. And if you're on satellite. You can get one, and then it will take what? 15 seconds for the other one. Exactly. With Paul, let me, first of all, let me say thank you for sharing your stories about Bear Bryant to say here in your personal account of that day is really, really, really been good. Thank you, Lisa. In 1983, I was 13 years old. I wasn't a fan of college football. I did not become a fan and so I made my husband. And since.
"gallo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Have you ever tried to have a moment away that you've been on this? Yeah, you tried to tell them. But that's all they are, of course, you know what they'll come in here with now with me on there. How do you know what? They are sharing attention. Thank you. He said, don't pay attention, just make sure we get the name right. What I'm going to do. Thank you, Jim. Red dog is next. My God. If Jim from best lotion said, I was a good collar. I just go ahead and jump off the cliff. You know, she would. And do what? Do we really have to listen to 8 more months of legend making excuses while Georgia is the national champion? Excuses for the last four years, so why not what's wrong with the company? And y'all can't even maybe some basketball. Or terrible. I was actually Georgia fans were rooting that Alabama would be just last night where they'd go ahead and fire cream, but they saw this national treatment. I asked and they froze. But here's the thing with legend. He can make fun of stats and Ben and he can call him a midget, but just make sure you put national champion in front of it. And Stanton, he's got him. He's got a contract. Well, great clips. What about you there, legend? He got a national championship haircut. And you're going to have to go to bed every night, knowing that Georgia won the national championship. Does that sound great, Paul, Georgia, national champions? 15 points. I mean, it was the greatest. It sounds good to me. You know, it's just going to continue. And you know what? I am, too, and I'm just telling you, it's going to happen next year. And you know, I want to correct this for legend. We are three time national champion. Three time. I got the hat, Paul. It doesn't matter that one of them was in leather helmets. Three times that doesn't matter. Hey red dog, thank you. I'm Andres up next. Interesting show. Right in that Georgia celebrating more than they ever have since the devil went down to Georgia and Johnny Rosen up that boat. Alabama goes to Atlanta. Alabama goes to Athens, gets fast with. Alabama might not need to go to George for a little while. Don't even go to 6 flags. Just stay away. Nepal I did a little math. And I'm pretty good at math. Well, I bet you are. The black cat, crap. The black cat club, the black headers, where they view work called. The age bracket all of them together somewhere around 270 years old. That's an average of 68 years old apiece divided by four. So how would you get just out of curiosity? How do you get 68? I'm giving what this phase is 83 84. I think you said she was 83. Jim is 77 in a few days. Legends back before. I'm assuming. I think you might take exception to being 77. No, he's 77. Okay. So you divide that before and you get about 68 year old average. Okay. And instead of to be in the black hat, it looks like the gray hats. And I'm telling you all of red legends coattails is about time for legends or go to the transfer portal and do some change because he can't even send them out for a deep pass. A deep pass to them guys is one you're pitch the ball to them. And then lay down. Don't let them tackle you lay down. Because you are at hip injury age and walker and in the best thing he can do is give him a walk. At 68, you don't want to be, you don't want to be running too fast. I mean, you can run, but not too fast. That's not called running. Paul, let's call it. So he think of have to go to the portal and do some. Because it's obvious everybody in that group is riding his coattails and they all owe him bids so they might as well pay their dues to him because they're riding his coattails. With that legend, none of those cats are there's nothing relevant. There's nothing legitimate. But they are. There are east coast. East coast. I tell you what, that's that impersonation that augie did. I only did a good imitation there. For a lawyer. Yeah, and he's not, he's not east coast. He's good for Mexico. Yeah, you have a great day. Okay. Kathy, let's see what we wait. I don't want to rush anybody. We'll go to a break here. We've got a lot of calls remaining in the final 30 minutes, please. If you leave, we will come get you where east coast. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hey everyone, it's Adrian ward janowski host of the roach pod where you'll get interesting conversations with the NBA's top newsmakers. When I started thinking front office, I went all in front office. Including the game's bright stars of today. It was something star Jayson Tatum. Jason, how are you? I'm doing good. How you doing? Behind the scenes stories, some coaches and executives. Things go well. It's like the union did great when things go poorly at the president Al CJ's father. And breakdowns from analysts and insiders doesn't seem Philly is in all that much of a rush. Listen to the world by wherever you get your podcast. On the bench with bonetta podcast host Rachel bonetta covers all things football and then some. Each week, Rachel serves up a unique way to get.
"gallo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Late on a Wednesday and auggie. That lawyer and New Orleans is calling. Yeah, I mean, there must be another lawyer from Louisiana that calls in, right? And he must be an idiot. So I don't recall who that is, but I know it's not auggie. So I know that that guy doesn't want to open up do our number three. So if he's listed any better, just make sure he's not talking about arguing. But it is my informed opinion that he was referring to you. I would do it brother. This is the black hat man. I'll wear a black cat on my head because you opened up my skill. I got no brain, I'd be playing with it. And look who I'm hanging with. Look at my rag partner. Anyway, I don't want to talk about that moron. Because boy, if I was the lawyer on the other side, you wouldn't even hear this guy. He'd still be riding in the jail. But anyway, great interview Paul with Andrea, you did have to blow it though by bringing up less miles. Why did that come from? Well, he was, by the way, you did give us a suggestion, and thank you. And I thought he deserved a question. Well, let's forget about less miles please. Can we not mention less miles? Let's just keep it out of it. Okay. And then freeing from ever mentioning his name again. I think it was last week. Somebody was talking to you and he said, you know, I'm not a doctor. Well, I hate to say that, Paul, but you play a doctor on TV, like those commercials say, I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV. You play a cardiologist. Remember, you helped build Larry out. You're a virologist and a chronologist and orthopedist and oncologist. The only areas of medicine that I have not heard you practice was pediatrics and o-b-gyn. But you're also a social worker, a political analyst. You're a priest. You're a grief counselor. You're a legal expert in especially the constitutional law, but you're also good at contracts and intellectual property. Your Professor of many subjects, but as a doctor, your two primary fields of practice are psychiatry and geriatrics. My specialty is your answers. But I also have to say you're real your prime expertise is as instigator agitator, agent provocateur, you're an insurgent saboteur. And today, with one of your very prolific guests, you are throwing out little hooks that just were not catching. And you kept throwing them out and they weren't catching. So I give you big props for that. And I also want to say that Matt's phone call was really good. I like Matt. And great caller and if he's out there, I think he adds a lot to your show and I'm going to listen to his podcast, but we never got his Twitter handle or his podcast handle. So if Matt could give that in, I'd like to listen to his podcast. I think he did some games some great tips there, Paul. And as far as that guy who mentioned the idiot from Louisiana, he just needs to stay away from auggie because he does not want any of this. Thanks, Paul. Thank you very, very much. Jim is next. Oh, sorry. Oh, oh. Oh my goodness, Paul. Well, he'll be glad to know that that podcast on that is from kindergarten, three to 6 year olds will fit right in. That's perfectly clear. That lawyer that bad man, that boy, that guy that idiot, you just had a lawyer, lawyer, what's his name? He was argue short for Augustine. I don't know, Paul. All four is always my mind with a good one. It's awful. It's just another yellow Hatter. Have you ever heard this guy legend is taken I'm telling you he's speaking. You know that. That's he came in here smoke and hot. That's the funniest segment I've ever heard, maybe only show ever. I really mean that. That was Elias. He was all over it. And I hope that he gave miss bay, AKA miss Katie. That was great. I hope she receives a hat. By the way, it derives from the Latin word Augustus. This one clear that record. What does that mean? Who was Augustus? He was a father and a history, I think. Huh? He was a mildly important figure in history. Well, we know that this guy is not an important by that guy. I've never heard him were born. He's even more born in the skull and more guys in Mitch. He's just got horrible. He's hard on the radio. I wonder how successful his locally has been. My mini. I would like to have that guys will argue. In a tough case. But of course, we know it's really fun. What's it got garrison down to years ago? What was your name? Jim garrison. Jim garrison? He was affiliated, all right? Yeah. Oh, you're not talking. I'm just thinking about Augustus. He was the first emperor of Rome, I believe, but I'm just pushing an ancient Roman history. Well, that was an argument. He's a bad Catholic kidney. Good night. That's beyond the purview here. Well, I don't know what to say, but legend came in smoking hot. He was really good. That was fun. You have to admit that was funny. But you're right, legend's call was epic. It really was. Yeah. It really was. It was epic. We got a couple of guys on hold. Red dog in Iman who are following you. Any words of wisdom for them? You can't tell those morons anything. That's all they are..
"gallo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The pride passion and pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul Fein bomb show our four podcast. Last year, what is going on at LSU involving this title 9 investigation, certainly at the front line of that investigation for the advocate has been Andrea Gallo, we have been eager to get back with her and find out exactly what is transpiring. Andrea, thanks so much. Good to have you back. How are you? Hi Paul, it's always good to be here with you. I'm doing well. How are you? We're okay. So tell us because with Edo gone, some of it has calmed down, although I know that you have reported on a number of different events recently, so give us a summary of where we are. Sure. So last April after LSU released their hoosh Blackwell report, there were kind of two main lawsuits filed against LSU. One was from a group of students, mostly former students. Who said that they were sexually assaulted or victims of domestic violence on campus and that Ellis knew mishandled their claim. They had named owes you on as a defendant along with a host of other people. LSU's former athletic director Joe oliva, LSU's former president of king Alexander. In that case, last week, they narrowed down their list of defendants. And by doing that, they dropped Azure on, they dropped Alexander. They dropped a lever, they dropped about a dozen defendants from the suit. So LSU remains a defendant and a few LSU employees remain defendants, but augeron is no longer kind of in the crosshairs of that one. And then there was a second suit filed last year by an LSU athletic department employee Sharon Lewis, who said that she had tried to report a smile vis alleged sexual harassment when she was working under him and that she was retaliated against for doing so. She had tried to bring some RICO claims against LSU, which are like racketeering, claims that people use often for criminal enterprises. Those have been mostly talked out of court and her attorneys announced yesterday that she has lost her job at LSU. So that's kind of where we are. So I know Andrea, we're still in, I wouldn't call it the early stages of this investigation and subsequent Sue, but how would you describe the process and the timetable and the calendar on where we are now? So where we are with both lawsuits, if they continue to move forward, I think is where both sides will start doing discovery. They'll start taking depositions, they'll start looking through emails, they'll start looking for evidence. Usually that's when things get pretty serious in these cases and a lot of times there's pressure to settle them during those stages. So I guess we'll see if any one involved is willing to hash out a settlement. If not, we'll probably see them going through discovery at least for several months if not another year or so before we would potentially get to a trial date. And assuming we did, and that's an assumption, what would be at stake for the university? Well, I think there's a couple trains of thought here. Certainly from a public relations standpoint and reputational standpoint LSU would have to defend its actions and insist that they did handle sexual misconduct complaints properly that they didn't retaliate against employees. Those sorts of things, but also at stake is quite a bit of money. I'm sure if LSU were to lose a major title 9 lawsuit in federal court that would likely come with a significant monetary judgment against being diversity. So that's also an aspect of it, which since LSU is a public university at the end of the day, the taxpayers would likely be the ones kind of sweating that Bill one way or another. So those are a couple of things at stake. But LSU is also still under investigations from federal Department of Education investigators who are looking at how they've handled title 9 and how they've handled cleary, which is crime reporting on campus. And depending on the results of those investigations, you can also be on the hook for money depending on those results. Andrew, I'm going to veer over to Edo for a minute. I know these are difficult questions for an investigative reporter and I'm asking you to try to be interpretive about things that are you may not feel comfortable with, but most people at least you live down there. You know what I'm talking about. It felt like as long as he won, he was going to be okay. So he quit waiting and he gets run out of there, even with a $17 million payoff, but how much do you think all of this outside noise, even though he was dropped from that case, do you think may have played overall into the decision by the university to say, we're done with this guy? That's a good question. And I will point out that one of the conditions of that $17 million buyout was that he continued to cooperate with the university in the course of this lawsuit. I mean, he's no longer defendant. But I think he could certainly potentially be called as a witness or be deposed. So even though he's not a defendant, I would say he is still somewhat connected to it and certain ways might still have to make good on that promise to cooperate with it. But as far as how much of a role it played in his termination, I'm not totally sure. I think that had he had an undefeated season last year. He might still be at LSU. I do think that at the end of the day, we've seen kind of time and time again that LSU is willing to handle maybe somewhat more unsavory aspects of coaching whenever their coaches are performing well on the field and froze you're on his team wasn't winning as much. So I think that that maybe made the other aspects of his of his coaching or of his personal life stand out a little bit more. And I know he is long gone from the scene at least from a timestamp point. He's now pretty much long gone from almost every scene. But where is it? Where is all this with less miles? That's a good question too. So last miles was actually named as a defendant in the Sharon Lewis retaliation. Lawsuit that I mentioned earlier, he has been dropped as a defendant for some of her claims. But his attorneys are actually now pressing for sanctions against the attorneys who represent Sharon Lewis because they're basically saying that she brought this very damaging lawsuit against him without doing enough kind of prior investigation on the front end to do so. So they're asking the judge to sanction her attorneys for that. I guess we'll see how the judge rules on that and whether anything comes out of that. But beyond that, I don't think that anyone at LSU has really heard from less miles or kind of talked about him recently. Though, I saw that Jamar chase said today that less miles told him he wasn't ready to be a receiver at LSU. So can you see that on revised the last mile? Yeah. The ghost of lust miles just won't go away. It doesn't appear to me that he's well thought of by the vox populi down in Baton Rouge. But correct me if I'm wrong, but I never really heard much animus toward coach O. You hear the national championship now with Joe burrows back in the news all the time. No matter what his involvement in this is or isn't or anything else, it seems like he has been able to walk out of town pretty well. Yeah, I think that's right, Paul. I think whenever less miles left, people were kind of split over his reputation and his tenure..
AJ Recalls Flipping the Pages of 'Mafia at War'
"Whenever my father would tell me stories of his days as an undercover narcotics cop for the US Treasury, he'd get to talking about chasing mobsters like Joe Gallo, Joe profaci Joe Colombo, a lot of Joe's back then. I was only a kid when he bought me a magazine with a lot of gangsters in it and a bunch of black and white pictures of a lot of guys who got rubbed out. It was called mafia at war. And he'd tell me who he knew and who he chased and which ones used to come to my grandmother's house in Brooklyn and drink her wine and eat her pasta. And eventually he pointed to one hard nosed mean looking gangster in the fedora and an overcoat who was named Harry happy mayon, who was a hitman for Meyer lansky, and a member of murder incorporated. And my father would say, this is a great uncle on your mother's side. I'd say, why'd they call him happy? Because he was a mean son of a bitch. I love that magazine. I used to memorize those guys like kids in my class would memorize them baseball cards. Some kids could tell you how many hits Hank Aaron had, I could tell you how many hits Sal maranzano survived.
Yanks' rally fizzles, AL wild-card race tightens as Rays win
"Rookie wander Franco hit a two run single in the ninth inning to give the rays a four one lead in a four three victory over the Yankees Nelson Cruz junior his thirty second home run and Kevin here Meyer hit a go ahead single in the second inning to put Tampa Bay ahead to stay Joey Gallo in Brett Gardner slapped RBI singles in the ninth before Andrew Kittredge struck at Gary Sanchez and movement or torture complete Tampa bay's leading ninety ninth win it was a tough night for manager Aaron Boone's lineup it'll hold us down I I thought a number of guys hit some balls really well you know reside a couple good ones Gleyber Gallo hits that ball the runner on in the gap you know just couldn't break through enough the outcome cuts the Yankees lead to one game for the first AL wild card I'm the ferry
Kluber Beats Indians, Gallo Homers Twice as Yanks Win 8-0
"Corey Kluber beat his old team and Joey Gallo slammed two of the Yankees five home runs in and ate nothing pounding the Indians galleries to season total to thirty seven homers connecting in the first off losing pitcher Zach police act before he and Giancarlo Stanton went back to back in the eighth it's always nice to kind of win a game you know handily like that we've been playing really really close games as of late so it's nice to kind of you know letter letter pictures go out there and not have to worry about you know giving up a run in it obviously some more loose environment Erin judge Brett Gardner also went deep for the bombers who moved a half game ahead of Toronto for the second AL wild card Kluber one for the first time in nearly four months scattering four hits over six innings I'm the ferry
Yanks Toss It Away in 9th, Fall to Hays, Orioles 3-2 in 10th
"The Yankees lost their hold on the two AL wild card berths by losing to the Orioles three to two on Austin Hays RBI single in the bottom of the tenth New York led to wanted to reliever clay Holmes threw a wild pitch past Gary Sanchez with two out in the ninth allowing Kelvin Gutierrez to score you're one pitch away their and try to go the the comeback sinker away I think I just got a little bit too much around it didn't really come back in a little bit of a game it happens your Yankees starter Jordan Montgomery struck out a career high twelve and allowed one run on six hits over five and two thirds Joey Gallo hit his thirty fifth Homer of the season but the yanks fell a half game behind Toronto and Boston in the wild card battle I'm the ferry
Judge Starts 5-HR Barrage to Back Cole, Yanks Beat Orioles 7-2
"The Yankees at five home runs on the night to back to pitching of Gerrit Cole as they beat the Orioles seven to two Aaron judge and Giancarlo Stanton each belted two run homers Luke voit Joey Gallo and DJ lemay you hit solo shots three of the homers came off starter and loser Alexander wells Cole allowed one run on four hits over five innings and struck out seven to improve to fifteen and seven with the win the Yankees keep pace in a very close wildcard race in the American League Craig heist Baltimore
Megill's 10 Ks Lead Mets Over Reeling, Bumbling Yanks 10-3
"The Mets to game one of the subway series with the ten to three win over the Yankees who have dropped seven straight hello McGill earned the win the rookie tossed seven innings allowing two runs with ten strikeouts trailing two to one the third aided by sloppy defense the Mets scored five times highlighted by a bases loaded drag bunt by Jeff McNeil and James McCann RBI double against loser Jordan Montgomery who walk three in the inning hobby Baez had three hits with two RBIs Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo homered for the Yankees might make use of New York
Aaron Boone's Bullpen Decisions Don't Make Any Sense
"Like the managerial stuff in that sense is insane to me. We can talk about moving Joey Gallo to the two hole when he did earlier in the week and last week when it was just clearly not. I don't know how you do that. When he's the worst hitter on the team, laboratories is the worst player on this team. I'll just have to say that. It's just so by far. And then the pitching decisions I'll quickly go through. It's the bullpen. Look, you need your man. Your team top to bottom is going to do this. Not as bad as the Yankees are doing it. But your team is not going to be clicking and you're going to need some help in the form of the guy running the club. The guy who's executive decisions can sway the momentum of a game or can save the team can stop the bleeding at any point or can save the team from themselves and Aaron Boone continually does not do that. The Yankees the Yankees have Luis heel on the mound on Wednesday. Was he looking good? No, was he was he looking bad? No, he was wild. He issued 7 walks in that one. He finally ended up giving up his first runs of the season because of Aaron Boone's decision. But he'll walk he got one out. He walked two batters and then boom leaves him in for another batter. What do you think's gonna happen? He has no control. So instead of taking him out there and having the bullpen home, we're at the game, we're standing there at the game looking at the bullpen. There's nobody going in the bullpen. Louis seal is missing the strike zone. Batter after batter after batter, then file they're like we're at the game. There's like four guys up in the Jays bowl. Yeah. Just like stretching. Yeah. Hey, in case you need me coach I'll be ready. Yankees bullpen, like the bullpen catcher's throwing balls to people in the
"gallo" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"As much power as he does and fields as well as he does is still a good baseball player regardless of the ugliness and garish nature of some of his line scores. I get it. That said, there's no more defending 2021 second half Joey Gallo, who's now performing like one of the worst trade deadline acquisitions in Yankees history. It's hard to be worse. He's hitting one 30. He has 61 strikeouts in 35 games with the Yankees. He's the second player in the history of baseball to have 60 plus strikeouts in his first 35 games with a franchise. The other was Javier Baez, who did it for the cubs as a rookie in 2014. Joey Gallo is a good baseball player. Joey Gallo has been impossibly bad since joining the Yankees outside of a few showcase moments. The home run in Chicago, wonderful, the home run against Seattle, great, that only gets out in like two ballparks, still great. And the home run against the Orioles the other day that ended up tying a king and then a rolled his Chapman gave away one of many unconscionable losses for this team down the stretch. So again, this isn't Joey Gallo's a bad player in the age you shouldn't have acquired him. This is just the reality that Joey Gallo and the two hole has not helped. He's diversified the lineup. You know, if I showed you a photocopy of the lineup with a lefty on the side you would go, oh neato, but he has provided next to nothing. Like, you know, he's helped John Carlos stand in Aaron judge, I'm sure, but Gallo himself has been one of the worst trade deadline acquisitions. This team has ever made. And he has time to turn that around, but as of now, that is factual. Yeah, and it's confounding because he's missing fastballs, middle middle. And nothing adds up here. He's inside of a line. He's in he's in the best lineup he's ever been in in his entire career, no ranger scheme was better than probably any iteration of the Yankees any version of the Yankees since 2015 or yeah, you made his he didn't have his first full season until 2017. So definitely not. And he's just he just doesn't once again doesn't the guy who does not look comfortable. And it goes on, it's on par with the Yankees storyline for the 2021 season just a lot of inexplicable things that make no sense that can not be there really, they can not be described, there's no rhyme or reason to it. It's just it's just bad stuff that's happening to certain people for really no reason whatsoever. Like you said, 61 strikeouts in a 123 at bats. So I understand the plate appearances are a thing is a 151 151 plate appearances, but dude, that's a 40% strikeout rate still. Again, you can tell me all you want about how valuable Gallo as a player is if he's hitting for monster power and taking walks and striking out. I of course understand that. He's not hitting for monster power. So what is this? This is bad. Yeah, it's really bad. And I understand he brings value in other ways, the defense his versatility on defense helps. His lefty bat helps. But the whole reason he was the Yankees knew what they were bringing him in for..
The Yankees Are Regressing Back to Their Early Season Inconsistencies
"Did we really get ahead of ourselves with that 13 game win streak? I certainly didn't. I don't think you did either. We felt good. We certainly like to expose some of the old critiques that we had or the greater part of the fan base had to kind of live in the positivity and the optimism for a moment. But I think we knew that things would be coming crashing down to earth at some point. But then again, we also didn't think it'd be coming crashing back down to earth like this, but this is this is the 2021 New York IG that we have been talking about for however, long we've been doing this since the start of the season. This is the April to mid July Yankees that have tortured fans that have failed to produce that have not met expectations that have not gotten hits and clutch situations that have laid down when the game was out of their reach for their standards. And now we're back at that. Losers of 7 of the last 9 against largely inferior opponents and really pissing away the positioning that they gave themselves. I understand that look, were they going to keep winning? Were they going to break the a's consecutive wins record? Absolutely not. But we also didn't think that winning 13 straight would come with losing 7 of 9 to kind of just, you know, 15 and 7 doesn't really sound that good after you've won 13 trade. It kind of just sounds like you had house money, you took advantage of the house money and then you lost your savings account. And that's really what it feels like here. And I just don't understand why this is happening still. So this is the reason why there is a DNA slash culture problem with the Yankees because this was all happening before the trade
The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini
"Paolo shared his ultimate vision using stem cells to regrow or repair. The body's organs. This incredible idea that i hadn't thought previously if you could actually make that become true would be fantastic innovation in the past busa had met his share of medical luminaries through other projects oliver sacks robert gallo who co discovered hiv. Carlton gadget sick. Who'd help discover mad cow disease. What paolo macarena was doing was if it was true. Just as incredible as those discoveries i wanted to go. Bt bring this story and see who was in the wrong what actually happened was powder genius. Or was he possibly soon. After busa went to get the other side of the story he reached out to each of the doctors who had made the allegations against paolo. That i didn't want to talk to me. A very fearful and Suspicious and afraid. Eventually one of them agreed to meet with them on a cold day. In february busa walked up to the door of an apartment building in central stockholm. Dr matias chorba show buzzed him. In and he rode the elevator up to his apartment in rang the bell true to form the six foot. One american was wearing a black sabbath shirt. He invited busa into the apartment and proceeded to tell him everything had learned. He had a really hard time believing what i was saying. Car basha was making some pretty alarming. Comparisons and i started telling him stories about joseph angola. Now sweats and medical experiments or what was going on at caroline scott. I felt that maybe they were paranoid that they were afraid of things. The magnified things that perhaps exists. I thought that they would claims where a bit outlandish and we talked for like two hours. And then my wife came home and she's a blonde swedish woman presses. Well and looks like a normal person and he asked her. If what i was saying was of all this actually true and she said yes. Yes this is is absolutely true. This is absolutely what's going on. And he said after meeting her that he it was. I found that he actually started leaving me. Just like benita. Alexander in new york boost the link fest resolved to get to the bottom of the paulo macura. Any mystery
O's Rally Against Chapman, Win After Nearly No-Hitting Yanks
"Pedro Severino lifted a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning to give the Orioles a four three win over the Yankees Severino S. fly ball off loser Aroldis Chapman came after the Orioles carried a no hitter and a three nothing lead into the seventh inning pinch hitter Gleyber Torres ended the no hit bid with an RBI infield single with one out of the seventh one inning before Joey Gallo snapped in over seventeen skate with the game tying two run Homer J. Manzini reached base five times for Baltimore going three for three with two walks and a run scored the Yankees lost for just the fifth time in twenty games I'm the ferry
"gallo" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"That have run well here. Of course over the you know the flat style steeplechase race. So we'll talk to at least one or other or both Bill gallo and Joe clancy and you know i. I think i've got. I've got some mea culpa. Do i've been so rough. I i didn't get a chance to see Sabi the other day the westminster show right. The pekinese. That i was that i i was very very tough on on. What's avi well. I didn't realize until yesterday when i was getting ready to get. I thought bill might join us yesterday. But they had they actually had their Steering committee they had a An essay meeting. And has i was as i was going through some with soppy. Prep and i knew that that Pegues nine had had hosts. I didn't realize that. Mrs diamond was is one of the co-owners the and she's not. She's not a a. You know a big time. Dog show dog breeder The it's been she's had pekinese is And that's how she she's had dogs but not to show and so she got involved on this side of the ledger. And i it essentially in her first attempt in the realm she. She wins westminster so that i thought when i saw the videos on saturday i thought oh nice you know this time hosting I thought maybe friends of the of the you know the the guy that showed was. I didn't know i had no idea and i didn't see it when during westminster i did not see the and we actually know what that's because we we had a we had gone to sleep it was late and and I think we you know we've kind of faded away so we never saw the the best in show. Judging just woke up to see that you know the pecan is at one. And i was like but these are extenuating circumstances. So congratulations to business steinman. That's great and i don't know i don't know if the we'll find out from bill i don't know if the dog you know there's like three owners said is the dog move around from From place to place or or or what the the you get what you get him for four months and then then your co owner gets them for four months. I don't. I don't know. Yeah i i was. I started to read about it. I'm like oh no. I've been so i've been. I've been sorta merciless on On the topic actually kind of funny so anyway We're gonna talk to pete as well this morning and catch with him. And we'll talk to sid fernando corsair watch pedigree folk is brought to you by ellendale get Ciro day sid wrote a very What can we call it..
"gallo" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
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"gallo" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"There is eight hundred eighty percent chance that if the get to the wildcard game in tampa joey gallo will hit a key baseball to get stuck in the roof. Yes or no one percent like a massive moment. I go through one out lasted through the roof. Yeah i it's it's going to the roof. Umpires will have to decide what to do with the baseball after it burst through the stupid roof. It's the worst in the world and the yankees are fighting their asses off to play the one game wild card there so that's definitely the downside of this whole scenario with gary in the who got blasted on on thursday at that very same stadium. Talk about it. Yeah well no. It's very fun though for the yankees momentum-killing loss in the final game of a series. Again trying to sweep. We don't even have to talk about it because they trade for anthony. Rizzo river to go to the red sox all day all week all year you know forever and ever what a sentimental journey is gonna close at fenway park you got jared abbess hearing the discussions are heating up between the red sox and cubs posting rizzo's rookie photo and a red sox uniform. Oh my god this is going to be wonderful. And then of course he goes to the yankees and you get crab is doing. I don't think this move. The moves the needle actually on earth thing text messages. Ra man anthony. Rizzo exactly what this clubhouse needs. I don't know how he's gonna fit once again. It's only two months. i think it's quite likely. He does not come back after the season ends. And that's you know we'll find out in two months if that's a shame or if that's fine you can't get a better rental than rizzo who again the yankees traded to prospects who cubs man should be happy with kevin all contra. People like a lot. He's he's bouncing around the back end of the yankees top ten but the yankees do have a lot of center fielders. You know coming up through the system from the high power names jason.
"gallo" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"This year with manscaping everybody. Wow everybody. the glory is achievable. I see no way for anyone to be upset with what we're currently experiencing other than the luke void factor of it all which is sorta strange but all it does is further. Endorse what we've what we've known for a long time that it's very likely the yankees go after a high price shortstop this off season when they do that that means that Somebody gotta go whether it's gio or shallow or luke voight Now he's anthony. Rizzo for the rest of the year. It kind of makes sense to get ahead of things and go with the luke boyd. But let's just let's just break. Let's break down the joy before we we go too far ahead and rest assured we are refreshing twitter for this entire record. Something could happen. Luoi get at any minute. The yankees still need pitching. They definitely need relief. Help and rotation help. Possibly but i'd say reliever is more likely but what are you going to trade void for. That's the deadline. I there's so much in my brain. I can't even get a sentence out without going back to seven more outlets. Let's let's enjoy. Joey gallo first before we go to the shocker resume before we speculate on what's going to happen to vote. We could talk a little bit to the eighties. Have always enjoyed ended up going to the boston. Red sox and is not on the active roster for several more weeks so interesting. That's probably not the last thing heim bloom does there. Let's go gallo. Gallo was wednesday night. it had been. I mean yankee fans have been dreaming of joey gallo for an eternity certain yankee fans. He didn't really impress us in particular in the weekend the week series they in texas earlier this year. Not sure we thought we needed another swinging this guy but as the year continued and gallo obt near four hundred and hit twenty five homers played great defense and right field it was. It became more and more ridiculous to say. I don't want that and then based on the package the actually gave. Which is josh smith who we like. But is behind oswald. Peraza and anthony volpi at shortstop and potentially trae sweeney who they just draft in the first round my stick at shortstop. But there's at least a couple of middle infield options ahead of smith who isn't advanced bat has a little bit of pop..
"gallo" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"Show not one. But two left to balance out the lineup. Joey gallo on wednesday night. The move we all saw coming and anthony rizzo on thursday. The move that none of us are coming without the name boston. Red sox also included in the trade notification worldwide and more to come foreshore on friday between this record between the deadline so you might need a supplement from us at some point but we will do a full breakdown on monday. i'm sure before that occurs. We need this time to fully celebrate. What the ages have actually given us. They've bought for twenty twenty two. They've given us leadership in the clubhouse a very cheap price and luke void is probably the only person upset on friday. We'll do a little therapy session regarding his potential next destination. Make sure to find us on apple. Podcast google podcast spot. If i were ever you get your podcast. Drop as a five star review along with the male question. If you're feeling yourself. Thomas guarantee they may. There may be no person on earth more suited to talk about adding all these italians at the deadline. And you so. Welcome to the podcast. And the brethren are here baby. It feels great. It really does as a lefty italian myself. really couldn't feel any better about it This is what we've been. Look how long. We've been talking about an anthony. Rizzo trait honestly. Since the end of last season we rewrite. It sounded fake. Do not sound like a real proposal just sounded like a nice thing we wanted. Well yeah and finally. we're we're validated. After talking about every trade possible that comes to mind we did salary matching trades with the cubs in the off season. Because we knew that they were trying to cut payroll. we knew. Obviously we were always trying to cut payroll now. That's our that's our new thing and rizzo was involved in one of those deals because free agent. After this year the cubs didn't really because contending for that hot second in then they lost like fifteen of eighteen and then that was the end of it so but we honestly didn't think this would be a reality We didn't think that. Rizzo was the shocker. Gallo as you said riding was on the wall we felt it coming needed a defender. We need another lefty hitter. But now you wanna talk about balancing this line about with experience with power with a guy who put forth good at bats. Now we got two of them and you know what i think we. We also have a gift for these guys to Manscaping this year to save the summer for joey. Joey galloway anthony. Rizzo welcome to new york. We got the olympics euros. Baseball which you guys are familiar with major championships in concerts. They're.
"gallo" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"I thought it was a very wild wednesday evening on yankees twitter when aaron judge's scratched from the starting lineup. Yes joey gallo is. Simultaneously scratched from the rangers lineup. And of course anytime guy get scratched and it's about to be the trade deadline. You're hug watch. That guy's you're on hogwash. Or or if you're on Who's the player for the mets. That cried your tears watch But but i just thought that was there. We had no updates until after the game. I guess they were medical testing so potentially they thought he had covert again. I have no clue really but he comes in white knight given hinch fifth inning. Yeah yeah allowed. Allowed gallo to get his shine you know. What a leader. What a leader of men right there and before we talk about the the tampa series and we did get electoral even in here as well. Okay well okay. I was gonna ask you grade grade the trade deadline. If this is all that the yankees do give a grade to To cashman i. I don't think it's going to be done. So i think there's something's going to happen so i i do believe that but the the the joey gallo trade to me if you're looking at that one in a vacuum which is kind of what we were doing. I mean that's a trade. I think it's an absolute no brainer. It's very low risk on the yankee side. You're going have to give the prospect of value. That's fine that's just the way the third they're built for that in order to do that if you don't have those prospects are all not all coming up so if you don't trade them for players that can help you right now in a window that we have to win right now. I don't know what we're doing. So i'm fine with that. Those guys they have the ability now to take on a little bit of money. So what does it so four million about four million right now i think of the of that threshold plus they have pretty significant names in the minor leagues. If they wanted to go out there and make a deal. Clark schmidt davey garcia like they still have the ability to go out there and make a splash move with some prospects if they wanted to so. He gave himself an opportunity now with a full day a full two days actually with a still on the trade deadline clock and he's got the ability to do that and make that make that next move whatever it might be so. I'm hoping that they're looking at starting pitching right now and try orbital within help because the bullpen got worse at the trade deadline. Well it depends what you're looking at. Because if you look at homes who got who got dealt over and we see justin wilson and louis obviously wilson is like chasing good taste. Homes is is basically taking louis sesa spot right like that's it. He's coming in as a when you look at his numbers overall. They're not any numbers that you would look at and be like. Oh yes sweet really excited about that guy but when you break it down and you start looking at his right hand splits They're actually very good. And when you break it down and look at all the scoreless innings that he had and you could see that. Some of these run came in bulk tea. She does look like he's got upside I think you can. You can break splits when you're looking at a relief pitcher like that. So and he's also control these at arbitration. This is a guy this is what they like doing like cashman does love doing this. Making a move for a guy. Sessa was out of options. They had to keep him on the roster. You know there was no other teams other good to be on the roster and be a contributor or they were going to get rid of him and they chose to instead of reaping with louis asa keeping him on the roster trading those guys dumping that salary getting rid of wilson and now going after a guy they gave up Park who people were trying out for some reason and cast but this is a quality reliever. If you look at the splits again thinking that he's gonna come in and and matchup against right handed bat. He is very effective against that. And now he's controlled for years rotation guys. I know you are big podcast listeners. But what's stopping you from actually grabbing the mike certain your own show. Have you thought about it. This is something that you think the world would be open to your opinions on the yankees or another team that you passionately love in the tri-state area or anywhere else. Blue wire hustle the program that we have put forth at blue teach people how to podcast get some accountability with the other people. Also going through the program and get on the mic..
"gallo" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Well i do. Think there's more move coming but i think they're also understanding that the curve of these guys like they're going to have to come back to that that middle line which means that the second half offensively is gonna be much better overall as a team right so but yes. They made moves. Look my guy louis. Lewisham is now off. The team that saw i did lewis was actually an effective right handed reliever out of the bullpen. For a number of years did not get the respect. Overall that he deserved. I gave him the respect. My guy chris hope gave him the respect. we both. We both mourned on twitter via via twitting at twitting via tweeting about that. I like twitting better than tweet. It's it it's a damn shame that he got Move because he was there. As basically the bait to get justin wilson contract off of the books which is an inch be that needs to be pointed out and fairly criticized they in of course he does said salary relief and also roster forty men player relief had to basically. Just give away lewis sessa to get ready because we had to be under this this this luxury tax salary cap. We had to actually give away defective player. Which there aren't that many of them on this team right now mind you. This was a guy that was doing very well this year too and we got rid of him essentially to salary dump and that salary now the gallows being paid for is still open. It's still there so to me. There's another move wiggle room. They have the ability to make another move right now and the way that cashman's talking to keeping money with giving them lower level prospects. A lot of those guys were in aa are are in single a. La the those are those are lottery. Tickets ended the yankees organization. How many of those guys actually pan out. There's just not that many of them and you'd have to play through some people for that to happen so you know see. I thought it was a good move by cashman when you look at the look at what he did and look at the needs that he had to fill at this point. This season will see between now and the deadline. What they do if anything with that extra salary room but if they do if they don't do anything that i think. There is fair criticism in the sense. That okay you gave away louise sesa for salary room and potentially you overpaid and prospects in order to get texas to take on the full salary of joey gallo. What if if the yankees agreed to take half of joey gallo salary they only had to go three prospects instead of four. Yeah that's fair. Because the yankees being the organization that they are being the most valuable franchise in in in one of the most franchises in sports should be able to to make a decision. If they like a guy they should be able to keep him. They have the financial wherewithal to be able to keep a guy and not have to actually get a talented person in order to stay under an arbitrary line agreed totally agreed fundamentally. It's a problem. But i think i'm not like the biggest joey gallo fan because he strikes out a thirty percent rate is a low two hundred average hitter. But he's adam does so but he no he he's. He's out on the field. Okay that's that makes him way better but offensively he's adam done okay maybe but But when you look at what. The alternatives were for the yankees. I think this is a no brainer. I think you have to look at it in that vacuum sadri the evaluating joey gallo. It's okay joey. Gallo is a good player. You might not love his style but man is he so much better than brett gardner right now. Of course i know greg allen had that hot three games. But he's way better than greg allen right now. So he is legitimately their second best outfielder by a mile. He's also got the ability to play in different places. I mean i don't know how many games he played at first but he's got the ability to play there. He's got the ability to play in senator. He's got the ability to play after right so he does. Add some flexibility with what you need in the outfield and to be a quality bat as well. It's left lefty bad at that. That gives a little bit more balance in this lineup. Look at it it is. It does fit what they're trying to do the fact that they got him for essentially free cash for the next two years this year next year is a good move i it is and the prospects that cashman gave up. I'm still because of the control. The control a big deal like that other that extra year deal. I wouldn't have been surprised that they had to give give up those same prospects for just half of the year. Joey gallo to be honest would not have shocked. Those four prospects for the half a year i mean. I don't think that many people would have been like all that upset about that either but the fact that they got another year out of him as crazy they don't pay for it. Yeah i i don't know what the competition was for joey. Gallo because the as also acquired outfielder they got starling. Marta you're obviously chasing the as there's other moves being being done at the deadline. I know like max scherzer potentially is going to the padres. That was the latest update. We just got. We're recording this about four thirty in the afternoon on thursday so again i just don't know how much competition there was for joey. Gallo from everything out there. You're you're there are reports out there. That say that there was a lot of competition and they had. They had to up offer at the last minute in order to get him so from all from all reports across twitter. Dir a billion of them that they had to be competitive at the end and they did they actually put up the players that texas was looking for to make that deal that that's what it seems. It seems like they actually increase the offer to do that. Don't know what they offer then prospect wise.
"gallo" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"What's up everybody. Welcome to the bronx hint show. It's a friday but it's not a friday fights. It's just a friday reaction to a god damn busy week. The yankees land. Busy week baseball man. There's a lot of. There's a lot of always traded shaking but this this this year seems extra extra special. There's a lot of things happening so it's exciting. It's fun and i. I think in the last podcast. I actually talked myself into gallo only because i talked you into yellow find. I got caught into gallo. I got talked into gallo understating the fact that it i mean. It's like absolutely a perfect fit. For what the yankees were looking for and then it ended up being even more of a perfect fit because of the way that texas was gonna take all the salary and that's surprising that's surprise me that the the package ended up going. They got four prospects. None of them were the highly ranked guys in the yankees system. Which is awesome. Because like i was like oh clark schmidt in the deal we knew. Obviously jason dominguez is not in the deal. But you never knew if like clark schmitz going. get delta's is debbie garcia. You're gonna get dealt. None of the names that i think a lotta yankees fans are very familiar with got dealt it. It almost seems like both experts on both sides are saying good deal for all. But i think the the surprising thing is that texas agreed to take all of the salary involved. Texas is paying all of route door salary playing for the yankees and now they're paying all of joey gallo and julie rodriguez's salary playing for the yankees. It's amazing i mean part of it. Great like that. The yankees were able to do this. Because obviously you're not adding salary and you're adding quality player in joey gallo but it's also pretty apparent very not willing to go over the luxury tax. No matter what i mean we. There's nothing there's nothing new about this. We absolutely there is always the caveat but there was always the caveat if the right move at the deadline is there. Will they do it. And the answer was always no no because the answer was always know because if they were willing to do it at the trade deadline then they would have done it in the off season and they would have had more opportunities. They could have strategized and been more intentional with the way they would have done it. If it was in the off season it would have been part of a plan whereas this is a lot more. Reactionary this at the end of the day. Look i mean we can knock cashman and boon for all the things that are happening this year and the makeup of the roster and yes is joey gallo. doubling down on the fact that it's another swing and miss guy. Yes it is. It's absolutely that he's a he's a bad from a left hand side he does walk a lot as on. Base percentage is good. He's a very good defender as well. Hold on the only hitter in texas lineup. though like that is one thing to point out that he okay. That's a good thing but that's a good thing because to me if he's more supported and there's guys around him that gives them protection hopefully he gets more strikes. Hopefully he's able to barrel up a little bit better too so there's a lot of depending on how you look at. It could be good. But i mean he fits a bill. He's a good outfielder who the yankees needed another outfielder and they needed the lefty bat done checkmark. Now a controlled. Like the fact that he's controlled and texas is paying for joey gallo for to be a new york. Yankee is a no brainer. When you look at the guys that we gave up the ran was the best again. This is this is from fan graphs. I tweeted this out the other night on the six. That were rumored on your. I understand there. But so the redid their rankings and updated them in the rangers organization. The ran would be number three. In the rangers organization. One twenty two overall smith is a second baseman number. Eight hobart hobart whatever. His name is number. Thirty two is second baseman and then otto who is the guy that people keep talking about is going to be number thirty eight in their organization. These are not the thirty eight in the rangers organization who had the nineteenth ranked or a minor leagues and bumped up the fifteenth according to fan graphs. After this trade. That is a middle of the pack. That is a middle of the pack farms. You versus the yankees. The yankees strengthen. Their farm system was depth and they pull some their death in order to make this move so kudos to cash in on getting that done without having to give up one of the big names. I of course if in four years from now one of these prospects for the rangers turns into a stud and joey gallo just is whatever. He is for the yankees. Then people are gonna crush cashman for. But i think we have to remember at the time. This is the a piece outfielder. I know he strikes out a lot but he's a major league affiliate an all star. This year have only one of those outfield currently so now they have to. That's a good thing. it's a good thing. No there's no doubt you're not gonna fix this lineup with one guy if you go a different way so you might as well double down on the strikes of what they are. They're gonna hit the ball hopefully and some of these guys that look. I think a lot of this also is assuming that there's going to be a a.