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Fresh update on "gallo" discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"Gallo double, glaber double. Huge hit, hit of the year. Geo infield single gets him home, 5 three. Gary Sanchez had come in for defense and caught a runner stealing in the top of the inning. And his two run Homer broke the game open and gave way to Chapman who, for my money using Chapman in that 9th inning was the smartest thing Aaron Boone has done in weeks. We all know Chapman pitches better in theory when he gets more work. You could not afford him not pitching Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday and then going into Friday with four consecutive days off in the game one of that Red Sox series. And he looks as good as these looked all year. Again against 7 8 9 in the Texas lineup, I understand..
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
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
Will He Ever Heat Up? Diagnosing Joey Gallo's Skid Since the Trade
"The goal here with Gallo was to lengthen the lineup and diversify the lineup. Left handed bat, he gives tough at bats and he's able to give protection to other guys in the lineup. Perhaps, I mean, it not perhaps. It is certainly paved the way for John Carlos Stanton Luke Voight and Aaron judge to be on the hot treats that they are on right now. And we're thankful for that. But a lot of fans have been sitting here saying, oh, dude, when Joey Gallo heats up, forget about it. Forget about it. This team's gonna be unstoppable. But we have no evidence of him heating up. So Anthony Rizzo heated up right upon his arrival in The Bronx. Made his statement. Singlehandedly, I will go out and say single handedly won that series against one that series sweep against the Marlins. Was it colossal reason for that? That kick started the Yankees incredible run throughout the month of August. But Joey Gallo has yet to really come on. I know we have that go ahead home run against the Mariners. That was an awesome moment to signature Yankee moments since coming over on the trade. But since then, he's grounded into three double plays. In four games, he didn't three double plays before, so it was Saturday Sunday Monday and Tuesday. Over the course of those four games, he grounded into three double plays. He grounded into three double plays in his previous 95 games with the rangers. What how does this how does this even happen? Before that, he grounded into 8 double plays in his previous 346 games. So bad luck, sure, but like, what? When is this gonna stop? So my question is and my doomsday question because I love asking these because I like seeing people freak out. This is just how my brain operates guys. When do we start worrying about this
Yankees Fans: Now's the Time to Be in the Yankees' Corner
"That. So, look, guys, Yankees, winners of 13 of the last 15. 21 and 6 in the month of August. They have 6 games coming up against two inferior teams. There's no reason to be down on this team, even though the offense didn't look great these last two nights, even though the bullpen let us down last night. It's going to happen. Losses, I understand, you feel invincible after those first few games after the first few games in Oakland because you staved off Oakland's wild comeback wild 6 O come back in that opener. And then you win the second game handily with just with an offensive explosion. Great. That's not gonna happen every night. We just won 13 in a row, enjoy it back in the playoff picture. People are feeling good. Let's keep the positive vibes going. Joey Gallo amid the win streak, said that the locker room was the most relaxed and fun that he's ever seen and that will arguably one of the most relaxed and funny he's ever been a part of. Don't you want that? We don't want to be the mets boo in their players incessantly and then having the players boo them back? You don't want to be that, we want to be, yes, we're going to hold this team accountable. Absolutely. If this team is performing, like, trash, we already saw it. They already been. They already were held accountable through the middle of July. Now, now that they're delivering some of the goods and getting back on track and bringing us a semblance of a championship caliber a potential championship caliber season select my words carefully there. We have to be in their
Judge's Single Sends Yankees Past A's for 12th Straight Win
"The Yankees plus six nothing lead but come up with the go ahead run in the ninth to beat the A. seven to six to win their twelfth straight game tied at six the Yankees got a two out walk pinch runner Tyler Wade stole second advanced to third on a throwing error in Aaron judge delivered with an RBI single everybody in this clubhouse when the stock at each other we could see a five for each other not what they're expected to win a personal game our right now it's all over the road so it was a little bit of luck sprinkled in there too I think Aroldis Chapman closed out the bottom of the ninth for his three hundredth save the bombers hit three home runs with Giancarlo Stanton Brett Gardner and Joey Gallo all going deep the ace responded with long balls from Matt Chapman Sean Murphy and Josh Harrison but they lost five in a row Riley on Oakland
Gallo Homers Twice, Judge Goes Deep Again, Yanks Top ChiSox
"The Yankees pulled out a seven five win over the white Sox on Joey Gallo's second Homer of the night a two run shot in the tenth inning I've never played in the playoffs but I would assume this is kind of what the playoffs feel like just has that rap about that atmosphere of you know every pitch matters and and we know how good that team is and you know nothing neither one of these teams like giving up Erin judge also went deep again and had four RBIs one game after homering twice in the field of dreams game judge's solo shot off Craig Kimbrel put New York ahead for three in the eighth but Jose Brady tied it with a two out blast in the ninth judge also delivered the tiebreaking run in the tenth with a single that scored automatic runner Brett Gardner I'm the ferry
Gardner Lifts Yanks Over Mariners 3-2 in 11 for 4th Straight
"The Yankees won their fourth straight and seventh in eight games since the trade deadline by outlasting the Seattle Mariners three to two in eleven innings Brett Gardner's two out single in the eleventh of Kenyan Middleton scored because when a Joey Gallo from second to give New York the win the expedited one Ameren judges sacrifice fly in the eighth and again at two one son Carlos stands two out single in the tenth setting the stage for the veteran gardens aerobics be able to come through in that spot like I said and such what feels like such a big game for for early August you know just dumb number that'll never get old for sure yeah he's used nine pitchers to stave off the mariners who got six and two thirds shutout innings from their starter Marco Gonzales Tom Mariam New York
Gallo’s 1st Homer in Pinstripes Gives Yanks 5–3 Win Over M’s
"Joey Gallo hits a three run Homer in the bottom of the seventh to lift the Yankees past the mariners five to three doubles first Homer in pinstripes couldn't have come at a better time on Thursday night with the game tied at two heading to the seventh Jared Kelley gave Seattle a brief one run lead with a solo shot his fifth of the season mariners reliever Paul Sewald came on to start the bottom of the seventh and retired the first two batters before giving up back to back singles which set the stage for gallows aerobics it was just such a big at bat and a big moment and you know I could you could feel that that that could be a game changing I'm at bat and I was it I was happy that I was able to come through and help the team win the yanks win their third straight and sixth in their last seven to pull within five and a half of the AL east leading raise I'm Danny cap
Elusive Kitten, Orioles Hittin' in 7-1 Romp Over Yankees
"Homers by Cedric Mullins Austin Hays Ryan mount castle in remote areas power the Orioles to a seven one win over the Yankees all four home runs came against losing pitcher Andrew Heaney usually I say solo homers don't be you be give up four home and four innings that's that's probably going to do it and no it's just frustrating to to put the team in a hole like that you know not really give us a chance to win there Jorge Lopez took a no hitter into the sixth and allowed one run and one hit in six frames it pretty Rizzo hit a sacrifice fly in the fifth after reaching base he has R. B. as in each of his four games since joining the Yankees Joey Gallo started in left field and ended Lopez is no hit bid with a clean double to open the sixth I'm D. ferry
"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..
Yankees Acquire Joey Gallo in Trade With Rangers
"All right. Baseball trade deadline is tomorrow afternoon. I'm going to give the green light to my man Himbo, who is alongside here today as always proud member of the Hashtag crew and my VP of baseball Analytics as the first shoe dropped yesterday, and it dropped in the Bronx, Joey Gallo, acquired by the New York Yankees, and we spent so much time wondering, well, the Yankees by could they possibly sell? Is it worth mortgaging up a significant chunk of your future to try and rescue this season, and they answered that in an enormous way yesterday? Joey Gallo might very well be the biggest name that is traded at the trade deadline of the Yankees landed him Now I view this as a massive risk, but I do view it as a risk worth taking. Here's what I mean. The reason it's a massive risk is because Joey Gallo is a 2 11 career hitter. He bedded 1 81 last year and in theory, what the Yankees should have been looking to do is add some diversity to their lineup to add players. You don't just walk, strikeout or hit home runs, and he is the very definition of the three true outcome player. But the reason it's a risk worth taking is that there's a lot more to Joey Gallo, of course. And that he's one of the more prolific home run hitters we've ever seen. He's an outstanding outfielder. He's actually the best outfielder in baseball this season by defensive runs saved. He has a lot of value as a base runner, and, most importantly, for the Yankees. He's a left handed hitter. They needed a left handed hitter to occupy the middle of that order, and amongst all the names that will be, you know, flying around over the next day or two. He's probably the best left hand about that was going to go. The Yankees got him without giving up any of their top 10 prospects.
"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.
What Is The "McNamara Fallacy"?
"A logical fallacies in reasoning that results in bad or invalid arguments and logical fallacy. We're looking at this week is the mcnamara fallacy also known as the quantitive fallacy. Yes i think this is the only only the second fantasy we've done which is named after someone. Yeah because you had the cash gal gallo and this one. The montmartre fallacy is named after robert mcnamara. Who will see. Us sector defense from nine hundred and sixty one to nineteen sixty eight and he was previously an executive at ford and did very well for ford in terms of kind of finding stuff that could measure measure and fixing those things that they weren't doing as well He also saved a lot of people's lives by insisting that will fold cons had seat belts and things like that Which is proprietor. The government requiring it But then he killed a lot more because he was secretary of defense during vietnam tried to measure that stuff. Yeah yeah. He tried studies. Yeah le- and death the myanmar fantasy as when people focus on something which can be measured at the expense of possibly the more important stuff. So you've the things that are easy to measure as important because you can measure them in that you can kind of affect change but you kind of dismiss all look as unimportant the stuff which is hard to measure like qualititive stuff clueless the tips so moore was in vietnam and they wanted to figure out you know if they will winning right Basically what he did was said. Well we're going to just measure the number of vietnamese. We kill
Gallo Homers in 5th Straight Game, Rangers Blast A’s 8-3
"Joey Gallo homered for the fifth straight game innate low went deep twice in the Rangers eight three pounding of the athletics Gallo went three for three with a walk and three RBIs while tying the second longest home run streak in club history I've always been somewhat streaky I I mean right now it's just a just and I mean nothing can go wrong for me and that's that's everywhere about what it's almost surprising John Hicks had his first home run since twenty nineteen is Texas won for the fifth time in six games the Rangers jumped on a starter Sharma night for four runs on nine hits in five innings finishing with fifteen hits winning pitcher John king allowed two earned runs despite no hitting the age for three innings of relief on the ferry
"gallo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast back and what an afternoon. It has been with so many different in so many big stories The latest we have not had a chance to talk about it's coming out of baton rouge more from the federal title nine civil suit that we've talked about so much. Nobody better on this story than andrea gallo from the the advocate andrew. Thank you for For joining us again we hokey been well and this is what the gist of it. I'm gonna let you explain them. In three more women had joined To describe being raped by football players one describes being sexually harassed by her adviser and some new defendants as well including does your on android. Thank you tell us all about it. Hi paul thanks for having me. So you summed it up really well. There are three new plaintiffs in the lawsuit. One of them. is for the first time publicly using her name in a rape allegation against darius guys another is making a rape allegation against peter perez. Who's a former lsu football player now says and the third is keeping a professor of sexually harassing her. So it just adds to me. Many layers of Sexual misconduct scandals. Lsu's trying to deal with right now. And i don't want to minimize or mitigate any of the other allegations are many very serious ones but but quote it. Clearly i mean. You're you're great. Newspaper reporter The name does you're on is going to grab some headlines can can we talk about him specifically right now and and how does he fit into this In relation to what he did or didn't do. Yeah absolutely so. One of the new plaintiffs.
"gallo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Was and what a presence he hadn't a game is the only person that mr hubbard even knew people chasing but I always remember that stereotype. I hadn't thought of that surgery longtime until we just want this conversation. A great story i i. Also i'm sure these conversations we'll see what graham graham was around for her flatter and i'm anxious to hear from you know the training side and the kinds of things that That graham picked up from the from the you think about when you look at any of the horses And some of the writers that are tied to and you know some of the most successful opportunities that they had in their careers. And i think daniel hodson certainly and Sure if you went through. Can i'm sure if you went through the the litany and you'd pick out you know certain eras and jump. Jocks have windows of opportunity in until they either until they either get either too big or or they fall one too many times and say that's enough You know Life miller right play blyth miller road. Plenty maria absolutely form lights or thought road lonesome groves stamos. But yeah she definitely wrote for shepherd. Van johansen you're right. I mean there were several jockeys that came through stable john. Cushman was champion jerry. Fischbach of course road for them So you know he. He was good with the jockeys. He was You know he trained trainers ended. Elliot all janet. Janet elliott came up in the shepherd. Sable of course. Grandma's motion make sure yes grand motion about lateran weight. He carries because some of the.
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"An is to this day about the company and I'm wondering how much pushback you got as you were working on the story or what obstacles you had to overcome as you tried to recreate some of the events here. Well since companies are comment on these long ago events, it wasn't so much a pushback as these things will never be known, I mean all of the principals have died that were involved in the story. There are eyewitness accounts though, and then there are the conflicting stories that the brothers tell and that was the hard part of the story. How do you? Balance, the conflicting memories, and what makes the most sense so then I would say that was the challenge. What are the were touching aspects of the story? I. Suppose you could say was the relationship between Joseph and Giulio because Joseph sort of felt like he was he remained connected as long as Julia was loyal to him and my sense of it was based on the reporting that you did he felt. Ultimately betrayed by what happened to him in the eighties no. Yes. Definitely I think. I think his his family members would say that his heart was broken. And you know these were this was a very tight family up until that point even despite all of the. I guess difficult things they had they had gone through and Joseph had maintained relationships with his brothers and they they had Sunday dinners but all along you're right he was much closer to his brother Giulio and. Giuliano just had a reputation for being a a much warmer. person. Ernest was a very demanding very critical and could really excel let humiliating people including his his brothers and two sons for people who want to learn more about the gallows anything interesting. You learn that didn't make it into the story. You know the cutting room floor stuff is as we say as far as the businesses concerned I mean it's a fascinating story, the wartime time part of this which we told him part but. But part of it involved what what happened during the war with distilleries and the liquor industry, and they're trying to take over the the California wine industry. So that's a really fascinating story of people are into spirits and the history of of alcohol in America I would definitely recommend they. They look that up along the way I know you gathered a lot of Chachis and other. Bits of memorabilia related to to the gallows I'm wondering if people wanted to find out more of than juice, just doing a raw dive online is there any place that you would recommend they begin or perhaps continue with this exploration of of the gallows story? I would refer them I to this book blood and wine by Ellen Hawks. But I found most interesting I think the oral. Histories of the Gallo Company, which are part of the UC Berkeley's digital archives..
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"And they alone from a family member. To start this company and their brother Joseph, they're younger brother had nothing to do with it, and as far as the lawsuits concerned, they put out a statement at the at the time that said his charges were ridiculous that they the Joseph Gallo had obviously brought his countersuit in an effort to. Coerce the winery to to drop the. Infringement suit so You know so they took that position and then they don't comment on it. So this series is based on interviews. Actual, it's an oral history project on the part of UC Berkeley there there's an oral history. series of them on Gallo and so as people who worked for the company at the time that's really interesting and also Ernest Gallo was interviewed for that too and his yeah his transcript was sealed until after his death. And then there are two major books about Gallo in this whole history and the main one is by Ellen Hawks and it's called wine and it's just a fascinating unauthorized history of the gala company. I. Think one of the darkest aspects of this and you were just referring to the nineteen, seventy four or so lawsuit involving trademark infringement and one of the Gallo brothers, but it's the deaths of their father and mother that I think. It adds macabre element to this story to say the very least. How did you get your information on that? I just want to correct it was in the nineteen eighties nineteen eighties. which is long time ago still. And you know it's the the whole series covers more close to ninety years. So it's a little hard to say what the gala companies official. Position on this is because there are so many parts to the story and of course, as you say, a a big part of it, is the the murder suicide or alleged murder suicide of the patriarch and his wife of the Gal family, Joseph Gala, or Seppi Gallo that was his Italian given name, and so you got a lot of that from newspaper articles that were. Written at the time. Yes. It was covered immunised inland news, and then there are various accounts of it that have been told by Joseph Gallo the youngest brother and then by Ernest. Giulio and I should say that Giulio put out their own as told to official auto biography called Ernest and Giulio Gallo our story and that was kind of damage control for that whole trademark infringement issue. Where they kind of put their line out on what happened on their side of the story and the brothers all have very different memories of that time and very different ideas about what happened to their parents, and then of course, there were there was gossip on the part of many people in the area bats referred to in both news stories, and also in the deep dive research that is Have done on on the gala family. One of the things that Cyril Penn editor-in-chief of wind business monthly told us was just how secretive the Gallo family was..
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"They have major distribution across the country and in in large chain stores and. Supermarkets and all of that, but they also sell directly to consumers who come to their properties and have an intimate experience with with the winery. They're very much into that and especially now. What's happening in in in the world with covert and all of that people are buying directly from wineries from their homes online speaking of current events I know California sustained some fire damaged very devastating fire damage this year could you provide something of an overview of the extent of damage in the wine region there Napa, Sonoma? Oh boy. Well I mean in terms of acres in California almost four, four, million acres burned in terms of acres where in cal in wine regions. California it's almost three million acres, its considerable Napa it was considerable. I ran a story today that outlines about ten different fires and what their effects were. The the smoke from the fires may may affect the lines and we won't know the extent to that of for some time it has to do with the chemistry of wine but some of that potential smoke impact you know may not be notable for a few months. The industry's dealing with that and it was also difficult obviously having fires after cove at right. We shutdown tasting rooms in California, and they were just starting to open up they were open to tasting outside right because we all have outdoor spaces. So that was doing fairly well, and then boom we have these fires and we had boy three or four weeks of smoke in my neighborhood. This obviously will have a huge impact on some of the smaller wineries. Does it have much? Does it make much of a mark on a company's largest Gallo deeply? Yes and no I mean it affects everybody obviously with Gallo. They're so big in supermarket distribution that they're doing better and better their sales I'm sure are way up this year because people are buying it retail. There was a lot of pantry loading that went on when the lockdown started and people were buying lots and lots of wind. So a lot of a lot of the. Tried and trusted brands that Gallo owns are the kind of brands that consumers are gravitating towards right now, some of the large wine companies are doing very well sales if you look in Nielsen channels or something like fifteen, twenty percent year-on-year every week when we look at the numbers whereas small wineries that depend on tasting, her sales and wine clubs there visitation is way down. I want to go back to something. You were talking about just a few minutes ago you were talking about how the smoke being a a devastating issue one that we may not know the dimensions of for some time. Why is that such a devastating issue as this has to have to do with the chemistry of the of grape growing visit of of the way that wineries operator? Could you say a little more about that? So wineries haven't had to deal with the effects of. Smoke from wildfires. In the past in the United States very much there have been some fire events more. So in Australia, they've had to deal with it in their wine industry. They're the smoke taint that that can occur is very difficult to get rid of sometimes it can be gotten rid of through various means. There's something called spinning conyers micro filtration. There's things that you can do, but nothing's perfect. So a lot of wine if it can't be fixed, we'll be declassified destroyed this year and we don't know how much of that will happen. wineries are not going to sell bad one consumers they just won't do it. Consumers are not gonNA. This is not going to be consumer problem. It's an industry problem very interesting. They're not gonNA pass that along try to slip it under nobody's been to put their brand interest- interesting dynamic here. I..
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"That deals been in the works since last April, but it's supposed to close next month when you're a company as big as Gallo. You say, what's the point in getting bigger? Of course there's always going to be greater market share more money who's going to say no to that. But also there's this There's this notion that you can become top heavy to and that can slow innovation. Than make you vulnerable to being blindsided by those companies that are more nimble that sort of thing wh what what is the advantage to being positioned as Gallo is, and you see an end point here is just about growth growth growth growth is tell their growth is about long-term growth there private company the wind is this is very, much long term business because because of the nature of the business, you know the production cycle takes three four five years just to get your first cash flow. When you start a business, right, you've got three years to plant the grapes and other year to process it finish getting out to market and boom five years before. You have any payback whatsoever. A lot of companies in the wind business more most companies think long term. But some of the bigger ones like their second distant competitor, which would be constellation brands although it's a big company because they're involved in spirits and beer, they don't corona show back. But those are companies. If you're publicly traded company, you have pressure from shareholders to have short term profit that is not really a consistent with the wine business because the wine business a long term business for example, in this acquisition that Gal is about to make, they're going to acquire a lot of production capacity that they probably don't need yet, but they're thinking long term. Thinking, long term means that they need to add to that production capacity because they see continued growth were dependent on taking advantage of prices where they are today not really are tomorrow clearly. But as you think about like say what trends are happening in wind today, you've gotta look at the here and now and you've also got a figure well, what's going to look like five, six, seven years from now what you see is the biggest trans happening in wind today and how does Gallo fit into those? Gallo, really feels a responsibility to bring new wine drinkers in. To wine and there are a lot of people that drink alcoholic beverages don't that don't necessarily drink wine and there are a lot of younger people that don't necessarily drink wine. So Gallo offers products that you could call them entry level if you will call him innovative. That are that are aimed toward new wine consumers, and at the same time they're they're selling one for collectors the very high end as well. So. It runs the gamut but I think they're very much focused on growing the category. You don't WanNa think about wine and wine in the United States in a sort of a larger sense beyond. California. But certainly California's well there's a lot of tourism that's wrapped up with this industry to and part of that is the expansion trying to grow their own markets but also sort of trying to diversify a bit does Gallo play in that field at all? Absolutely they have I don't know how many wineries, twenty-something wineries and many of these wineries operate as separate entities and it's all about the hospitality you mentioned supermarkets yes..
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"I thought Oh that's you know that's not hard hitting investigative journalism or anything like that. You know it's wine. It's but boy, it's been a lot of fun because the wine business has so many layers and different different aspects to emits its agriculture. It's sales it's marketing. It's you name it technology is involved in wine and the people are great. Do, you see any parallels with other industries that you've covered. You mentioned the energy industry, for example well, I. Think we were just talking about how the wine business is. People are more open they all want to share their stories. Covering other industries, people when they talk to journalists, they want to talk about their position. They usually have an agenda or they don't WanNa talk to you. They don't want to give away their secrets or whatnot in the wine industry people WANNA share because they want to help each other. There's a real sense of rotary and it's about hospitality but not so much with Gallo sounds like well I. Think I think that this is just the company culture that goes a long way back but they've opened up quite a bit from the way it used to be. I mean I could tell you stories. One time I wanted to do a story about a bottling line they installed and and the reported. On staff with us. He'd actually sold them the bottle online. In a previous job and they still didn't WanNa talk about it. So. It can be. Story after story of asking them hey can we do story about such and such and they usually? Will say, well, maybe we'll maybe and then it takes about a month for them to slowly say now we're not interested in talking to you but but to their credit, they really have opened up its gals run by the third generation now and there there are a lot more they're out there in the industry we just We just reported about A. Research, seminar that was held last week where one of their senior scientists was..
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"Business worse. Let's be here. What Gallo mean in the world of wind today I think everyone has heard the brand name certainly everyone listening. But how does the brand fit into the larger wine? Industry Oh in Myriad They're the leading family one company in the world really they're the largest US one company. They have their fingers in a little bit of everything. The wine industry is very fragmented compared to other industries with lots and lots of players some big ones and lots of small ones. Ten thousand wineries in the United States. But they're in. A little bit of everything they represent on twenty, twenty, five percent of all wine sold United States. That's incredible. But I'm wondering what that means both to the everyday wine drinker and two people in the wine business I mean, you know there's certain brands have certain well different kinds of cachet associated with them. When you think of the name, Gallo well is certainly evolved over the. Years I think it's it's safe to say, but how would you characterize what the brand name get means to the everyday wine drinker and people in the wine business? Well, I mean gallows is besides Dhabi probably the biggest brand people think of in wines and it's volved over the years obviously from from perception of being more everyday cheap jug wines twenty, thirty, forty years ago. To the position around today where the gala brand extends kind of across all price points and and quality levels. The gala wine company has so many brands besides the actual Gallo brand itself. They have lines in every price point at every style from most wine producing countries around the world. Actually having said that I've heard Gallo describes a supermarket wine probably most frequently is that a description gallows trying to shake off or no? Well, I I think no, I mean I you go in the supermarket. Brands from Gal that you don't even realize a gala brands, they dominate the supermarket shelves in there the category captains at retail so Gina Gallo. Julius granddaughter runs, Gallo Family, vineyards Sonoma Reserve. Aimed at a more would you say high end wine market I'm just trying to sort of put him on a graph here somehow oh boy what would the price point be You know twenty dollars thirty dollars on up super premium you could call it absolutely and you know the gallows have been in Saddam actually since. The early seventies but their..
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"It's June nineteen, sixty eight in. Livingston California. Three years since the US entered into the Vietnam War. Joe Here's a knock and opens his front door to find to US army officers they're both wearing black armbands. Sir Are you the father of First Lieutenant Peter Gallo. His son Peter has been missing action since the offensive three months ago. Joe Stares at them motionless bracing for the worst. Peter Refuse to take advantage of his family's connections to avoid military service and enlisted to serve his country in Vietnam. Just like Joe did during. World. War. Two. As the soldiers walkaway. Joe Leans weakly against the doorjamb and closes his eyes. The pain is almost too much to bear. The losses just keep piling up. Last year he lost his brothers now he's lost a son. After Peter's death, Joe Sinks into a deep depression. Meanwhile, his brother's thrive. A few years later, Time magazine, Crowns Ian J Gallo, the king of wine and features a photo of them on the cover. Even. So the magazines reference to their product is pop wines infuriates Ernest. spout enough to be the biggest winery in America, he wants Gallo winds to have a reputation for quality and class. But one man will soon stand stubbornly in earnest way. That man is Cesar Chavez and thousands of workers in the United Farm Workers Union. Stand behind him. Chavez vows that if ernest doesn't embrace their 'cause. He'll make a pauper. Of the king of wine. Businesses had to be flexible this year from working remotely to pivoting their business models for long term survival and growth I mean just think about the cities that have had to shut down entire lanes of traffic to accommodate safer outdoor dining. Well. If you're in charge of hiring for your business, these pivots have made your job even more challenging. Especially, if you have to hire brand new roles thankfully, there's one place that you can always count on to make hiring faster and easier. ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM SLASH VW when you post a job on Ziprecruiter, get sent out to over one hundred top job boards with just one click. Then ziprecruiter's powerful technology finds people with the right skills and experience for your job and actively invites them to apply see yourself right now you can try ziprecruiter for free at. Ziprecruiter. Dot Com slash VW that's ziprecruiter dot com slash w let ziprecruiter take hiring off your plate. So you can focus on growing your business go to ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM slash B W. Ziprecruiter the smartest way to. Hire. Listen to Dr Death Season too early and ad free by joining one plus in the wondering, APP. I'm Laura Beale and in my podcast Dr Death, we dug into the story of Dr Dench and the system failure that allowed him to maim and kill patients in Texas. Since Dr Death came out I've received hundreds of tips about doctors who abused their patients. I still get a few every week. But one story in particular has kept coming in over and over again far more than any other. It's a story about a doctor who sacrificed his patients health for personal profit, a doctor who had over five hundred victims before being stopped by the FBI, a doctor who.
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"It's nineteen, fifty, seven and ernest gallows. Company playing is somewhere in the skies about Texas. Ernest and his latest marketing manager Al Fender Center crisscrossing the state opening up new selling territories. Alice dressed in waspy brooks, brothers, tweeds. He uses their time in the air to brainstorm and name for their new fortified wine. The name is super important. Ernest let's go over this one more time. Our sales manager got the idea to make a new flavored wine when he noticed stores in inner city, black neighborhoods, stock bottles of lemon juice or packets of Lemon kool-aid next to our whiteboard dessert wine. EARN NODS impatiently. Yes. Yes. We all know the story. Drifts bear with me here it'll help me free associate come up with some ideas for a name. So then you had Julia mix up this lemon flavored wine concoction this twenty proof, and it really appeal to this black neighborhood. Yeah. and. Remember we got some locals from Desta tested then they got plastered they started that bar fight. Yeah. Reminds me they kept saying man, this has some kick. This baby's got juice in its tank. They kept talking about it in car lingo. AL looks out the window down Texas grasslands. I love this cowboy and Indian country. Some big cars have Indian names like Chevy's Apache. Cars. We saw a lot of flashy Ford's cruising all those black neighborhoods we went to. Earn his picks up his sales. Ledger. He has no patients with this free associating. Al Musa silently for the rest of the flight. Right. Before they land, he reaches across the island grabs earnest's arm. I got it. It's a streamlined car American made. It's all about power and blacks already love him. Dammit al just say it already what's the name? Thunderbird aver. Ernest loves, the idea. Back at the office, he tells vendors into start giving out street samples of the new wine in all the key black markets of Los Angeles Houston. Shreveport, and New York City. May. Nineteen fifty seven Houston Texas. Alphen Henderson and a Gallo salesman get out of their car in front of Sammy's bar. Henderson. Looks around. LEX hopping. Let's blanket the area with thunderbird empties to get the wine acquainted with a name and in a few days, I'll come back here and we'll have a thunderbird night promotion at the bar with free drinks on the house. Salesman grabs a couple of empty bottles from the backseat and scatters them in a gutter. A black man in a stylish white and Tan bowling shirt and slicked back hair walks past out toward the bar. Hey Mr. One. Free bottle of a brand new wine, it's called thunder bird demand turns around Wehrley is spend Hurson sued in wingtip shoes don't worry I'm not a cop I'm salesman. The man takes the bottle. A few nights later, the scene at Sammy's bars like Mardi gras ordeal man run through the streets shouting thunderbird. After winning over less. Consumers Gallo tries to broaden its market with advertising aimed at an upscale audience unique wine. Bold. Masculine. Provocative. They rule out a series of Radio Commercials Including One starring actor James Mason I like the unusual labor thunderbird wine. Exceptionally good drink. Of It has an unusual flavor town not quite like anything I've ever tasted war. It's really. Unusual. Indeed, one critic describes the taste is reminiscent of wood alcohol, radiator, coolant, and despair. Still thunderbird flies off the shelves. Ernest manufacturers a special glass called Flavor Guard to shield the fragile mixture from destabilizing in sunlight. Is produced in his new glass company a separate entity from the winery. Ernest arranges for ninety percent of the new company to go to Ernest and Julia's children in the form of a trust. It's a whole different matter for Joe Junior he has to buy the remaining ten percent for his kids, trust. Once again, Joe's treated as more of an outsider than a family member. By the end of the year Gallo ratchets up production to thirty two million gallons. They are now the largest wine company in the country. But Ernest. Wants to capture the last remaining territory not under his control. The mid Western market. And that is firmly in the hands of former associates. Of. AL? Capone. On the next episode Giulio Accuses Ernest of destroying their reputation by hawking street wine for the misery market and Ernest takes on the Chicago mob. But the civil rights movement is gripping the nation and a leader of a very different sort will emerge as gallows biggest challenge yet. From wondering this is episode four of gallow godfathers of wine for business wars. If you like our show, please give us a five star rating review and be sure to tell your friends subscribe on Apple Podcasts spotify WanNa. 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"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"Cooley crosses his arms. WELL LISTEN UP THE PRESIDENT AROMAS calling everybody Italian Swiss colony guild. He saying we should all hold our prices because sooner or later your gonNA run out of wine, and then all our customers will come running back to us. So wide you still can you smug bastard? But thanks to all the folks trying to unload their wine. Ernest doesn't run out. By the end of nineteen, forty seven Gallo is a leading brand in New York and the best selling wine in California. And now. Ernest has piles of cash to vote to his obsession. Becoming. The king of the American wine industry. It's fall nine, hundred, forty, seven in Detroit. Michigan. Ernest and his account man John Freiburg walk into the beer depot carrying copies of the life magazine article. The store manager looks up from the register. Well gentlemen what can I do for you? Furnace Tanzania copy I'm Ernest Gallo and I own one of the biggest wine companies in California. Just turn to page one thirty and you'll see our annual great crush party. Manager flips through the pages and stops abruptly when he sees the full-page photo of Doreen in a bikini stepping into a huge wine casks. Don't worry you can keep it. How about you stock a few dozen cases of stuff and see how it goes. The man's eyes stay glued to the photos for a few seconds more before he looks up. Now, Mister Gallo is it. My wine customers are mostly from inner city neighborhoods. They don't buy much table wine. They WANNA get snookered as fast as possible on anything sweet, strong, and cheap. Ernest exchanges a glance with Freiburg. They've heard something like this ten times already today. Okay thanks for your time. It's nineteen fifty four in a liquor store in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. A young Gallo salesman rolls up his white shirt sleeves and restock the shelves with gallows most popular new offering a sweet dessert wine called by port. Store manager rings up a customer and Scans the store for Jeff the Gallo Guy. Jeff, when are you setting up the wine competition? It's almost afternoon rush. Albion here in a flash then I'll get on it. Jeff. Is the front of the store to make sure the manager can't see what he's up to. Coast is clear. So he moves over to the shelves holding competitors wise. He pulls a safety pin out of his pocket and punctures the aluminum caps on hold shelf bottles. By tomorrow they'll taste off. Then, he pulls vegetable oil out of his sails case and coats the competitions bottles the oil attracts dust did it will make it look like no one is bought their wine for months. Now for the wine tasting. Chooses to bottles one Italian Swiss colony, one gill and unscrews their caps. He pulls a small cardboard box out of his case and removes the LID, the salesman, call it the little box of horrors. De Gingerly. Picks out a cigarette. Butt. plops it under the first bottle. The second bottle get something even worse. My poop. then he screws caps back on. Now. Okay. I'm ready for the tasting or where should I put the table? The gallows, sales, teams, wage all out guerrilla warfare over wine. But even with these dirty tricks, Gallo can't muscle its way to the front of the pack sales languish an earnest needs his brother. Julius. Magic touch with the grapes to get out of his Rod. But these days Giulio avoids his Machiavelli and brother as much as he can since the end of the war, he's been spending more time with his younger brother Joe. Junior who manages the Gallo test vineyards in Livingston about thirty miles from ADESCO when Giulio in earnest do get together almost every conversation ends with Julia stomping often yelling make your own goddamn wine. Giulio wants to make quality why Ernest wants to sell in quantity. Only one. Or get what he wants..
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"In the last episode Ernest Giulio Gallo transformed their late father's bootlegging operation into illegal winery, but the strain of the startup years takes a toll on their health. Now as World War, two rages E and J. Gallo faces its toughest challenge yet. To survive the volatile wartime market and established Gallo is a name brand. But it's up against giant distilleries like Seagram's Hiram Walker that are trying to take over the California wine industry. One MISSTEP and Gallo could be their next victim. This is episode four. Thunderbird. It's February nineteen forty-five Los Angeles John Freiburg Young Adman fresh off a stint on Madison Avenue carries a bag of groceries out of. Kroger, supermarket. Blinded by the glare from the side he collided with somebody on the sidewalk. Jeez excuse me. Freiburg's scrambles after his apples and canned goods he straightens up and does a double take. Who the hell are you supposed to be? The man he ran into dressed in a toga with curly wig and a Cape bearing the slogan jolly old Gallo father of wine. Wow what a cornball add gimmick Freiburg thinks. The man grabs his ample belly with both hands and winks him. I'm bucket Scott of merriment and remember be jolly by Golly by Gallo. Wine. Freiburg shakes his head clearly Ian j gala winery needs someone to help with its advertising. And Freiburg knows just the right person for the job. It's July nineteen forty-five. In Modesto John Berg is now Ian j gallows chief advertising executive. And he's got a brain store. He bursts into his boss's office. Ernest. Gallo wines on shelves nationwide, right well, to do that, we need quality national advertising to get the word out there. Ernest, nods and winces. He knows Freiburg's ideas going to cost him, and he's a notorious Penny pincher. I agree with you John but we don't have a lot of money to spend on advertising I know that's why we're GonNa have life magazine to our advertising for us. Ernest raises an eyebrow. Why on Earth would life magazine do that because you're gonNA throw an over the top party during this year's great crush. Going to be a pretty girl in the bikini takes a bath in a barrel of wine you'll crown her queen of the crush. Trust me it'll be catnip to them. Ernest rubs his chin. Life is the most popular magazine in the country and their ads are the most expensive in the industry. Yeah, okay but forget about paying an actress find someone local in cheap. Freiburg finds Doreen a waitress at the Soda Fountain in Modesto. He explains his plan and waits for her answer. He doesn't have to wait long. If Life magazine is going to be at the party, then I'll get into a tub full of anything they want. September nineteen forty five at the Gallo family ranch in Modesto. Hundreds of guests mill about on the gallows. Front, lawn. Near the Bar and women hitched their skirts up high above their knees and stop grapes in a ten by ten foot wooden trough decorated with vines. By. The Vineyard Freiburg holds up wicker baskets full of grape clusters in each hand gather around everybody time for the best race. Guests wander over to the starting line six girls in white blouses and peasant skirts each take up a basket in place them on their heads using one arm to keep them balanced in place. Freiburg spots the life photographer capturing the event he smiles and gives thumbs up. Honorary pickers. Three two, one go. Ernest watches from the refreshment tables silently tallying up the cost of gallows one and only annual grape crush party. He's not certain. This'll pay off. Life Magazine's October. Issue features a photo essay of Queen Doreen the basket race and the young hunk showing off their six packs in barrel lifting contests. Freiburg features the material in thirty thousand promotional brochures, store signs and window displays for retailers. Months later, Ernest checks in with stores featuring their life magazine spread in the window. They sell twice as much Gallo wine as the ones that tossed them. But Ernest has little time to celebrate his success. The war is finally over and he'll soon see if his gamble to lock up the California grape harvest at low prices. Will pay off or put them out of business altogether. November nineteen forty-six gala winery Modesto. Ernest steps up onto an upturned crate in the wineries new bottling room. He's never given a speech to his employees before. Excuse me if I can have everybody's attention. As you all know grape and wine prices have gone up like crazy since the war ended. Luckily, we live growers contracts last year when prices were low but it won't be long before our competitors wine floods, the market driving down the price of wine. And then the bubble will burst. So we have a very brief window here to make and sell as much bulk wind to other wineries as we can before that happens. This means we'll have to work harder and faster I'm sorry. But we do need to do this to avoid disaster. Thanks everybody. Ernest steps down from his perch is BP production rushes up to him panic. Ernest what the hell you're talking about selling our wind to other wineries. What are we supposed to do? What we run out will end up losing all of our accounts. Ernest holds his finger up to his lips and leans close to his VP. Calmed down. The just isn't as much demand for wine is everyone thinks in wine prices are too high they're gonNA fall. So the wineries buying our wine. Now for top dollar, we'll be stuck with too much product and they'll be cash-strapped they're going to have to sell, and we can swoop in and by our wind back cheap. The BP shakes his head. If, you pull this off a wacky year like this will be the only people in the wind business not to lose our shirts. Ernest makes decisions like he has a crystal. Ball. But if his calculations are off by even a few weeks. Ian J Gallo will be just one more casualty of the wine war. It's July nineteen forty seven in New York City. Ernest takes a sip of his whisky sour at a small table in the bar, the Carlyle Hotel. Whimsical murals of central park scenes cover the walls and ceiling. A man taps him on his shoulder. Ernest Gallo. Well, I'll be damned I. Bet you're here celebrating. Its a VP from Italian Swiss colony, one of the biggest companies in the country. During a smiles and motions to take seat. You're right. I don't usually drink spirits but. This has been a good run. The. BP ignores earnest invitation to sit down. You just stole away. One of my biggest clients were steady brothers. Selling for a dollar a bottle. That's ten cents lower than everybody else right now I, want to know something how can you swing their? Ernest grins everyone's scrambling since the wine market crashed earlier this year just as he predicted. Now, wine companies are selling their surplus back to Ernest sometimes for a third of what they paid for it. I guess I was just born lucky. The VP nomination.
"gallo" Discussed on Business Wars
"July second nineteen, forty, one, Modesto. Black. Fan circulates the stale air and room three of probate court in the town hall. Judge Hawkins puts down his gavel and reads from the final accounting of Joe Gallo Juniors Guardianship Estate. I Order Ernest Giulio Gallo to pay the sum of twenty thousand dollars to their Ward Joseph Gallo that represents his share of gala winery earnings from the sale of his stock, which was co mingled with company. Funds. Once this is done, the guardianship is over. The judge looks up from the paper and surveys his courtroom. Only. One person is there earnest's lawyer who is nonchalantly sprawled on the wooden bank in the back of the courtroom Cortisol jarred. Decades from now, questions will surface about this day in court. For one, why does the legal records state that Ernest Julia and Joe Junior were all there? Joe Junior will swear he never knew anything about this hearing or for that his mother left him a third of the estate. He and others will suspected. Ernest created a sham legal proceeding to throw his brother a bone. All part of earnest's plan to keep Joe from demanding his share of Ian. J. Family Business Prophets. which by then were already climbing into six figures. But in the summer of Nineteen Forty, one, twenty, one year, old joe trusts that his older brothers will take care of him. He lives with them on the family ranch and let them handle the families joint holdings while he draws a meagre salary cleaning out fermenting tanks. But the menial labor and earnest's callousness nauseam. Meanwhile Overseas World War Two is brewing. States gets involved Joe plans to enlist and finally escape earnest's relentless.
"gallo" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Hey everyone and welcome to another paid for Friday episode where we highlight people that we feel are doing a great job of publishing leadership content that resonates with us. We'll include links to their work. Tag them on our posts to make sure we appreciate though. This is our way to say thanks to other leaders and individuals that are having a positive impact on helping others become better leaders through sharing their thoughts opinions and ideas online for all the scene here. Chris and I have always wanted to use our platform to advocate for other people passionate about leadership and give our listeners as much content as possible to help sharpen their skills through different perspectives and approaches. If you would like US check out any one specific please tag them in the comments or send us a message with links to their content on this episode. I WANNA recognize Nick Gallo. His linked profile says he is a chief servant Captain Culture Ethics Evangelist Father Audio book-aholic Sherpa and mister fantastic. If you're wondering why he's description sound kinda crazy out there is because it is and he is a connected with nick through paid for Friday. Alum the rain Kosta and we had some back and forth dialogue and a couple of Lincoln posts are really enjoys perspective his authenticity and it's humility so I did what I do. And I started researching. I really enjoyed his videos and his passion and some of his thoughts on leadership and then I hit playing something that. Stop me in my tracks. I'm going to read the entire post and then tell you what is in the video because I believe it may be one of the best examples of a leader putting their money where their mouth is and proving that they truly believe what they believe. So here's the post verbatim from his feed trigger warning. The content you're about to view is extremely awkward and uncomfortable. It's uncomfortable to film. Authentic interactions in general let alone in actual exit interview. We obviously had to edit out the confidential stuff. But why even do this in the first place? One vulnerability is by definition uncomfortable than we in leadership must live there in the uncomfortable that is where authentic connections in impacts are made to. We want to show how people should be treated on their way out. Everyone is usually welcomed into a company or onto a team with open arms. But how you treat people on the way out is a much bigger indicator of the type of Culture. You actually have do. They feel encouragement. Are they met with empathy? Do they feel the same love on the way out as they did on the way in. We don't always get a perfect but we must have a real heart for people no matter where they are on their journey. Especially if we're going to create authentically inclusive cultures that actually put people first. There's a tremendous opportunity for improvement if you can foster true candor and your exit interviews feedback is a gift and people are your greatest asset. Do you agree. The video is the actual footage of an exit interview with one of his now ex employees in it. He shows empathy transparency confidence humility support and excitement for their next opportunity. I highly recommend you take a few minutes to wash video. The link to the pulse will be in the episode notes. I think it will move you as much as it moved me. Great Job Nick and thanks for helping others to Hashtag be a.