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"galvez" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Before I drive home. I'm probably okay. I open the window to stay alert. Probably. Okay. Spoke some gum in my mouth. Step out of the car, please. I probably made a mistake. Probably okay. Isn't okay when it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign to stop and call it have a car or a friend. Bus driving is drunk, driving a message brought to you by nets and the Ad council. On the CBS News weekend Round up on Allison Keyes. Welcome to the kaleidoscope where every week we discussed issues, including race, LGBT Q and income inequality. There's been big changes in immigration policy. This year. CBS is Camilla Montoya. Galvez joins us with details So obviously the current of ours pandemic affected immigration policy just like it affected every other aspect of life in the U. S. And across the globe. The trial administration cited the coroner virus pandemic to implement some unprecedented restrictions on legal and illegal immigration, one of them being ah, ban on certain immigrant visas and work visas. That are used by people abroad to come here to work or to live permanently. The administration said that those immigrants could compete with American workers during the economic downturn caused by the pandemic. The administration also implemented a policy at the border. Expelling most migrants without documents, including asylum seekers and unaccompanied Children without allowing them to have a hearing before an immigration judge or to be interviewed by an asylum officer. So that is also another unprecedented. Policy by this administration. We've seen the current of ours also spread inside ice detention, which is, uh, the largest immigration detention system in the world. Um, eight detainees have died so far, according to the latest statistics from Kobe it while a nice attention But the population has actually plummeted quite significantly because ice has been forced to limit the arrest. It makes out in the streets and at workplaces because of the pandemic and because of the restrictions on movement caused by the pandemic. So there's been a lot of changes on the immigration front during the pandemic, and I think we can expect more. Um, as we try to control this public health emergency. What's been going on with the separation of families? Sure, So as you know, obviously and 2017 and in 2018, the Trump administration separated thousands of migrant Children from their parents after the families across the border without documents or presented At a border port of entry to ask for asylum. This was a policy designed to deter border crossings, but it was prohibited. In the summer of 2018 by a judge in Saint Diego, California, and that same judge ordered the administration to reunite all the families have separated. But as we've discussed on multiple occasions, Alison that process of reuniting all the families has taken months on it. Just still ongoing. Um The last numbers that we have is that they're still about 500 family members who have yet to be reached by the lawyers in the case, who are actually the ones looking for them to see if they still need to be reunited with their Children. S O. The Biden administration has actually pledged the incoming by the administration. Has pledged to Korea Task force to locate these families reunite them. If that's a possibility, and to offer them any other services that they may need, But that policy has been off. He's obviously discontinued in the policy. Now, as I said earlier, is to not even allow the families or the Children to come to the U. S to seek asylum, but rather to expel them directly to Mexico or to their home countries. Speaking, speaking of allowing families into the U. S. What has changed with the level of people around the world? That would come to the U S. You know, refugees that we're seeking asylum? The numbers have changed greatly over the past year, haven't they? Yes. The Trump administration as soon as it took power in January, 2017 move swiftly to dramatically. Hut refugee admissions. It actually suspended the refugee program when it first issued that infamous travel ban on majority Muslim countries During his first week in office. We saw chaos at airports and the controversy focus on on the Muslim travelers who were barred from entering the U. S. But that proclamation also Temporarily suspended the refugee program and ever since every year since he took office, Mr Trump has dramatically slash the refugee cap. The current one is 15,000, which is a record low and is it It is a significant departure from the 110,000 cap set by President Obama during his last year in office. Ah President elect Joe Biden has pledged to Institute 125,000 Person Refugee Cab during his first year in office, But his officials have conceded Allison that That goal may not be met during the first year because the settlement's infrastructure has been decimated by the dramatic cuts during the past four years. I've also got to ask you about the women at the detention centers who said that involuntary hysterectomies were performed upon them, and then some of them were deported. Mm. Yes. So for several months now, several Immigration and Customs enforcement detainees, all of them woman have alleged that they underwent unwanted or unnecessary medical procedures. And some of which Had implications on their ability to have Children. And, you know, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency has said that it is investigating all of these allegations. The Department of Homeland Security actually has two separate investigations into these allegations. One led by the inspector general And one by the department's leadership. But it has so forth, said that it is still in the process of reviewing all these claims, and that it has not very verified rather any of them. But obviously, this has been an issue that has predated the Trump administration. The issue of poor conditions endured by immigrants and ice detention in it is ah, controversy that advocates have highlighted To advocate off for the severe, Uh, reduction and even the discontinuation the whole soul. The wholesale rather discontinuation of immigration detention in the U. S. Because Immigration. The tension is designed to ensure that immigrants show up for their court hearings and that they're ready to be deported is not a detention that is mandated by a judge a Spanish mint for a criminal conviction or charge. It is not criminal custody. It is civil administrative detention s O. Many advocates expect and want to buy the administration to reduce the number of immigrants it is detaining because they say that the tension leads to The kinds of issues that these women have alleged. CBS is Camilo Montoya Galvez coming up hitting the road for the holidays amid covert 19. That's next. On the CBS News weekend. Randa. Opioid or stimulus addiction is not a choice, but treatment.
Judge says border agents can't use COVID-19 order to expel migrant kids
"Federal judge in the U. S telling the administration to stop expelling immigrant Children who crossed the border alone. U S District Judge Emmet solve in issuing a preliminary injunction to halt the policy, which the Trump Administration approved in an emergency declaration at the start of the pandemic. Immigration reporter Camillo Montoya Galvez says the policy was a departure from early Your practice is US law stipulates that unaccompanied migrant Children who are taken into custody by board officials must be placed and shelters overseen by the government during their deportation proceedings. For the pandemic. These miners were allowed to seek asylum or other forms of humanitarian protection and typically reunited with family members in the U. S No word yet on if the administration will appeal the ruling
Los Angeles - 2 brothers sentenced for killing Downey officer in police station parking lot
"Brothers are sentenced to possible life prison terms for a 2015 crime spree that included the killing of a downy police officer. The officer Ricardo Galvez, was shot in the face while sitting in his BMW in a parking lot near the police station. Galvez, a former Marine and five year veteran of Downey, police, was dressed in plain clothes after working with the department, K 19 when he was killed. A judge ordered Stephen not to serve 50 years to life in state prison in connection with his guilty plea to first degree murder and attempted robbery charges. Codefendant Jeremy Alvarez. We see 30 years to life for his guilty plea to second degree murder and attempted robbery. The pair also pled guilty to attempted murder in Montebello in October of 2015, along with the takeover robbery, the cell phone store in a street robbery in Paramount. Both also admitted to gun and gang allegations. Mark Austin Thomas can
Trump administration to review DACA and reject new applications
"A month after the Supreme Court ruled against the Trump administration's methods of winding down Doc of protections. The White House's taking new and different steps. CBS's Camillo Montoya Galvez is a stopgap action while the administration undertakes a quote unquote comprehensive review of the Obama era program, and the justifications offered into down 17 for dismantling it. Officials intend to use that review. To act on the programme.
Trump administration continues to wind down DACA
"A month after the Supreme Court said the Trump Administration could not wind down DACA protections. It's doing just that CBS News reporter Camillo Montoya Galvez the Trump Administration announced Tuesday. It will continue to reject Initial application for deferred action for childhood arrivals Dhaka from immigrants who never obtained the protection in the first place, and it will also limit the renewals of more than 640,000 so called dreamers currently enrolled in the program,
Supreme Court blocks Trump from ending DACA
"Week the Supreme Court blocked president trump's attempt to rescind the legal protection for some six hundred fifty thousand so called dreamers young immigrants brought to the U. S. as children CBS news immigration reporter Camilo Montoya Galvez with the latest report that the trump administration cannot easily and that the first action for childhood arrivals or daca program created by president Obama in two thousand twelve that protects undocumented immigrants who came to the country as children from deportation reporter in eighty ruling authored by Chief Justice John Roberts are supported by the court's liberal members said that the administration's justification for ending the program but not complying with federal administrative law so the ruling still leaves an opening for the administration to create eight new justification for ending the program but it is unlikely I believe that the administration will be able to do this politically and legally before the November election so what does this mean for the some six hundred and fifty thousand people who were brought to this country as children can they stay legally now can they work current daca recipients will be able to continue to have their protections they will be able to continue are renewing their protections that are valid for two years at least temporarily they can breathe a sigh of relief for now because the administration will not be able to end the program in the immediate future however like I stressed before the administration's can still overturned and executive decision made by the previous administration but the Supreme Court said this week that they must comply with federal administrative law when doing so and take into account the hardship that such a decision could have on these young immigrants
Dreamers hopeful for the future as Supreme Court blocks Trump from ending DACA
"This week the Supreme Court blocked president trump's attempt to rescind the legal protection for some six hundred fifty thousand so called dreamers young immigrants brought to the U. S. as children CBS news immigration reporter Camilo Montoya Galvez with the latest reports that the trump administration cannot easily ends the deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca program created by president Obama in two thousand twelve that protects undocumented immigrants who came to the country as children from deportation the Supreme Court in eighty willing authored by Chief Justice John Roberts are supported by the court's liberal members said that the administration's justification for ending the program but not complying with federal administrative law so the ruling still leaves an opening for the administration to create a new justification for ending the program but it is unlikely I believe that the administration will be able to do this politically and legally before the November election so what does this mean for the some six hundred and fifty thousand people who were brought to this country as children can they stay legally now can they work current daca recipients will be able to continue to have their protections they will be able to continue are renewing their protections that are valid for two years at least temporarily they can breathe a sigh of relief for now because the administration will not be able to end the program in the immediate future however like I stressed before the administration's can still overturned and executive decision made by the previous administration but the Supreme Court said this week that they must comply with federal administrative law when doing so and take into account the hardship that's such a decision could have on these young immigrants I'm gonna come back to the trump administration and a moment which has had some things to say about this but now what does this mean for the people that could have joined this program if the president hadn't stopped at three years ago can they join now are they still in kind of a limbo because this the pre court ruling reaffirms eight judgment issued by a federal judge in the district of Columbia two thousand eighteen this ruling could pave the way for a full reinstatement of the daca program for two years now the daca program has been close to new applicants but the supreme court's decision could make way for a full reinstatement of the program allowing new applicants to apply for the protections including those who turned fifteen our sense of the president and that this program a group estimates that that number ranges it close to sixty six thousand people the president reacted with fury to the ruling on Thursday and has said that his administration will be submitting enhanced papers to come back to this issue he's talking about going to try and get some more conservatives on the Supreme Court and I wonder is this why dreamers are still saying okay we need actual legislation the Democrats are going to touch it before November the Republicans don't seem to be ready to touch it before November but is this why that they need a further further legislation in this that is a critical point in this conversation because doc I've never offered its recipients eight the right pathway to US citizenship it just offered them protection from deportation and work authorisation Congress has failed multiple times to agree on legislation that would place these this population our pathway to US citizenship that CBS news immigration reporter Camilo Montoya Galvez the White House says the president wants to take care of daca recipients in a lawful
Trump administration finalizes indefinite extension of coronavirus border restrictions
"The trump administration on Tuesday indefinitely extended its new border restrictions more from CBS's Camilo Montoya Galvez Saudis have user directed by the centers for disease control and prevention to rapidly remove most border crossers to Mexico Canada or their home countries since late March and to bypass the immigration asylum and anti trafficking laws that govern the processing of
DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso
"We're joined today by a very special guest asked Colleen Murphy known to nightclubs the world as DJ. COSMO welcome colleen. We'll be talking later about Lydia lunch launch and featured writer Darrell easily. But let's start with the main reason we've asked you'd to enter the world's back pages cover they tell. Tell us a little bit of wells February. This year is the fiftieth. I Love David. Mine cruisers loft passes you playing in New York at the fiftieth anniversary of the music. Yes yeah would it be fed cycling. The you are sort of Dave Matthews representative on. I think that's a few days few people I think one thing. That's very important to say about the Loft and David is is that he didn't think the party was even just about him And it's really about a sense of community. I am one of the caretakers Roy. And that's how he would speak. Speak to me about it and then meet considered himself a caretaker of the loft. I mean it was very much she said like the loft is a given name. I should back up because he I started doing parties in his own. Home at six forty seven Broadway picture phone. Google Street still fibrous building. Think he started throwing informal party in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight years that I was born and he didn't really make them into proper weekly party. He is with a contribution until February fourteenth nineteen seventy and he called it. A love saves the day but then the law was given name because it was a law. People are you're going. Hey going over there to that. Law became the name of the Party. Yeah well let's go. I will go by. When did you first when you start really getting the music? When did you start? DJ -ING Myself. One thousand nine hundred eighty two when I was fourteen. Wow I had A. I was quite lucky. I had a radio station in my high school. Alive is ten watts got basically to the edges of my town. My small suburban New England towns where I was the only one that played music. That wasn't top forty already and that wasn't classic rock. Although we did have one Christian music special not my show and I had a radio show for four years so the first year I was actually playing fifties and sixties speak. Because I was really into that. I was reading my uncle's record collection at the time and I had grown up. My parents didn't listen to a lot of music music at home but when we listen to music in the car and a Sunday drive we listen to people like Wolfman Jack still had a syndicated radio show and another one was already woo Ginsburg art show and she was all like the all those oldies and I just knew them inside and out and then my uncle lived if down the street from me and I used to raid his record collection. Because I I was given A. Ge Trim Line Record Player portable record player. Hand me down when I was about twelve. And that's when I really started getting properly into albums. The first one was Moody Blues Days of Future Past. That was my first obsession. Actually there's a proper album album. That's twelve the following year but my first year in high school freshman year. I had that old show the next year I started to more expensive. Expansive kind of new wave shows GALVEZ Castillo. Lot of Elena lavish fifty. Two's a little bit hard core stuff do that. It was kind of coming out really into black flag and the evanger all sorts of like the T. scene and then the following year. I had a show my friend. Mary crusoe called PUNK FUNK and junk. And that's where the name Cosmo was born because she became remix remix and I came cozma because there was a bound electro bound call nucleus and they had their. Dj was 'cause Moan. It's yell. Cosmo Gimme a beat. We we had sweatshirts that we may with our names on the back. We rock around arguing. Glenn High School you know no one else really was into that music and and then my final year. I had a show called strawberry alarm clock because I was still into sixty stuff. There was the whole kind of Paisley popping that was going on and I was working at a record shop. It was this chain store at that time called strawberries and because I had a show in the morning I worked at strawberries. Strawberry alarm clock and that was very eclectic. Six show pickup from a strawberry alarm clock to Chardonnay to black flag. To I mean it was just whatever my found was so yeah. I think I'll all ten listeners. Left at ease from the to some discussions Our B let's pick trajectory. I mean having said got my first GIG that I went to was the funk. FESTS and Providence Rhode Island's gap one way grandmaster Melle and bark as it was also going to few kind of Electrobi- clubs and Roxbury like my mom knows this mom. If you're listening to before center later I was into of course prince you know and slept out for tickets for the purple rain tour later. The cleaners tonight on Worcester Massachusetts so but luckily in Boston. Because I was outside Boston. We have great radio because we had college. Radio stations actually also brown station to Providence. Had a really good funk show and we had kissed one away with Sunny Joe White and so it was a commercial kind of I hate saying the word black music because I just don't think music has a color but I was going to do it for simplicity's sake right now and I used to listen to his show to. This is quite eclectic. I wouldn't say that wasn't the music. I was collecting and really it was quite a trajectory because I moved to New York Nine hundred eighty six eighty six okay and I went to Nyu and the reason I picked NYU's. I had to get out of Boston. It had the best college radio stations in the country. And I knew that's what I wanted and I knew that's where I wanted to be an somehow. We scrambled together loans and scholarships and got there. Because I was the first kid in my family to go to university. It wasn't expected to make sure and I went in the first week to. WNYC stations that high want to work work here and that they became my it was my family was my home intact and I ended up becoming program director and into the whole bunch of radio shows including the anchor show which was the new the afternoon. Show which is a three and a half hour drive time show where we played everything from like Nick Cave to the Belgian stuff. That was coming out of the cold ways stuff to you know to the four. AD cocteau twins Dunkin downs to everything so that was great. And then after that I produced syndicated radio shows I interviewed a lot of these bounds. Probably hundreds of pounds really that was syndicated to I think. Two hundred radio stations across country college radio stations. It was called Music View. And I even like you know a huge butthole surfers found at that time tall leary fifteen times and I. I mean Nick Cave loads of people I kind of and then all the Brit- British stuff too. Because I had always been an anglophile because growing up I was really into new order. J in addition in the Smith and seeing all these bounds of the cure fats down on stage. You want to dismiss legendary Gigs Boston so I was really and an anglophile as well. I was interviewing lows of bands like the verve and away Sis Anita all these bounds as well but I started going to save his. Party's we'll probably find Jim Sullivan's review of that show where she danced on the stage. And then I looked it up before because it was less. It's amazing one thing that's amazing. What the Internet is you can find? Old Settlers started listening to my first grateful dead show over and over last week. Some army onto a slight like March twenty second nine hundred eighty seven. The opening of the Spring Tour in Virginia Beach started listening to that. And you can find all track lists and I can find a photo the butthole surfers show the channel that I went. I mean it's amazing what you can find so. I did research and the smiths that that Smith's game was quite a big
"galvez" Discussed on KTRH
"The furniture inside had come from the Galvez the previous owners had bought it when the Galvez had at one point deck I mean fifty sixty years ago had renovated gone in and bought out so we had this we had a chair we had a what you'd call it some sort of a let me describe it was like a top it was like what you would see which is what it was in a hotel lobby you walk up on it N. and there's this base and then you sit around the base and it was in black naga had which nobody whatever it was like a a plastic key leather it was so cheesy and so awesome and it went with that house so incredibly perfectly if you are headed into town from west beach and you see the Galvez on your left the next thing you will see east of there will be their parking lot it's gated if you look through that parking lot on your left you will see what they call the Mardi Gras house it's a five color painted lady purple yellow that was our house for quite sometime we bought it from the people who I mean we sold it to the people who developed old town spring and then they came in and owned it for what I think they ended up selling to somebody else but it had a six unit apartment complex next door to it it had these incredible gardens that have been created by you to Galveston to to study different fauna and flora and all is there all it was it was a dream come true I sold that damn place because I put a bunch of money into my first campaign and so I sold it for a campaign and now I have nothing left to very sad about the whole deal but no regrets remote.
Trump administration imposes new visa rules to prevent 'Birth Tourism'
"Week the trump administration as imposing new Vista rules aimed at restricting birth tourism that's where women travel to the US to give birth sold their children can have US citizenship and in a story first heard on CBS news nine immigrant parents expelled from the US after being separated from their kids are back on US soil CBS's Camilo Montoya Galvez Vladimir do TA and Emory green half the story back in September the judge overseeing the litigation surrounding family separations issued a ruling ordering the trump administration to allow eleven parents who he found were unlawfully deported to come back here to the U. S. and reunite with their children as well as allow them to pursue their asylum claims
Immigration hawk Ken Cuccinelli tapped as DHS No. 2
"Boston the White House quietly names to new leaders to head the department of homeland security Chad wolf named as the department's acting secretary the fifth person to hold this job under president trump his number two will be Ken Cuccinelli the acting director of U. S. citizenship and immigration services CBS's Camilo Monteil Galvez says Cuccinelli will most likely be the voice of the agency after proving he can back the administration's hardline policy by saying he would have more leeway now that he's the second highest ranking official of the department and what's not known here is whether president trump will formally nominate Chad wolf to be the permanent
"galvez" Discussed on Latinos Who Tech
"Do you have favorite project back or one day. You are the proud off that you can think of because I know you worked in the US in the Middle East in Latin America places the favorite project in your your mind they can share with us. I think I've been lucky to work on quite a bit number of projects but I think probably my favorite. It's called the lower scrawl relive development project that was at UC Berkeley in the reason why it's my favorite this because it's my first large scale project in terms of bringing all the aspects picks up civil engineering together with structural components. There was utilities or those of you from the went to cal lower. SPROUL is the the center of activity on campus surrounded by four buildings that housed club offices celebrate hall which is the auditorium the concerts take place so hundreds of people use that space space so there's this historical component to lower sprawl right. There's a lot of human energy. Not that's got into that place over the years that here's this plaza. That's we're going to do a remake the plaza but by the way there's Semaine Hall which we're going to completely tear down in their only install a new building in that the same time division of the project is actually is is actually it was actually developed by students in terms of setting the performance of what they want to see so one of the big aspects for them was looking at sustainability. What's the water story. Let's go back in time and see how before. UC Berkeley was there. How did water flow through the site and so we begin to put those layers I together the historical context of what it was and what it is now in wouldn't it be cool if we whenever it rains collect stormwater from the Plaza Elsa in from the roofs of building send it to a thirty thousand gallon tank run into a treatment train and then that's pump that water back into the new a building to flush towards the end of math. That's up to four hundred thousand gallons of water savings sounds like Berkeley today but that's the famous story right. It's it's four thousand gallons of water that won the university's not paying for anymore into you're reducing their carbon footprint of the diversity because that's less water that they're pulling from the larger water reservoir and this is California. I mean we're in a drought. I know the governor said that we're not but I like to think that we still are and that water is precious and we should be thankful for what we got and just use US less weekend goodbye so now that that's impressive. Thank you for sharing that.
"galvez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Forty eight KNX new questions for the new LA county sheriff Alex away about his decision to reinstate a fire. Deputy is connected to allegations of domestic abuse and stalking but was never criminally charged. The sheriff appear before the civilian oversight commission for the first time this week. And some of the Commissioner said they were concerned about that decision. Pelisson down a are criticizing a felony murder role. It's a new one that's limiting the prison sentence of an accomplice in the murder of officer Ricky Galvez for years ago. This rule restricts. Prosecutors ability to charge a compasses with murder unless they were a major participant. How in the world? World can Mr. d is be released out into our community. In the next few years is really unbelievable. They say the Bill offers zero liability of individuals who serve as an accomplice to murder and energy analysts warning, the pending bankruptcy of PG, and he could impact the whole state the electrical grid UC Berkeley. Professor Severn Bornstein has been named to the so runs the grid. And he says it's time to debate. Whether all the states utilities, including socal Edison should be taken into public ownership is a deal with the risk of wildfires. I think for many decades, we're still going to need utilities. There were still going to need the grid to bring power to people. And so we are still going to have the same basic physical infrastructure. The question is are we going to be able to organize it the same way and happy investor on utility given the potential for extreme risk now. The county wants to win crease the number of hospital beds needed to care for the mentally ill the motion submitted by supervisor. Catherine Barker passed unanimously. Burgers spokesperson. Tony Bill says the department of mental health a deadline of one hundred and twenty days to come back to the board with plans to adjust to three sources the plan is to give us a comprehensive look at what we have available as far as mental health beds. And how those beds and need to be configured..
Discussion of the happenings at the MLB Winter Meetings 2018
"Yankees. Mets Marlins deal that would involve JT real Muto Noah Syndergaard Miguel and do Har. I'm Ed Rosario. Couple other moving parts real Muto into any with the Mets. The. Yenkey would end up with Noah, Syndergaard, not sure really what the Marlins would get besides Ahmed Rosario would have to be a lot more than just that for them to give up JT real Muto. I mean, no question about that. So it just comes down to just what's fun going on there at the winter meetings. We're going to check in in Las Vegas momentarily. But I'll tell you what it's just always fun to see the rumors, and how about this one, Lance Lynn. Gets three year thirty million dollar contract. I must be getting old here, but the amount of money that teams throw around on mediocre players is stunning yesterday. We talked about Andrew mccutchen whose past his prime getting fifteen million dollars a year. Now, you're talking about Lance Lynn getting ten million dollars a year. Now, it's a step back from the twelve million you made last year, but still he's not crying poverty making ten million dollars a year as an average pitcher coming off a season with a four point seven seventy IRA. Lance Lind's were ten million dollars. You can't be serious. Producer Shawn Watson Makia. Lance Lynn's a ten million dollar player in today. You're getting from the Yankees this year. Eight and a half is it. So then yeah is worth ten million dollars. Yeah. Is he worth more than of course, a bath is thirty eight and going on thirty nine these finished. But still had a better here than Lance Lynn. Right better longer. That's true. That's true. I wouldn't give in ten million a year if that's the case. So here's what I don't understand yet. What's the market going to be like for the closers like these relievers? Right. What's the market gonna be like for them? I think the market has gotten bigger and bigger for relief pitchers. And I just think that honestly like when you're the Andrew Miller's of the out of venos- or the kimbrough's or the David Robertson's Zach Britain's of the world, what's the money to be like for those guys because are they more valuable than a Lance Lynn in today's baseball. Right. Yeah. Right. I mean, are they more valuable? They are right. Well, let's in is reliever. Well, don't forget that. Well, but he's more starter. Right. He can do both. He could eat. Yeah. But I think they're bringing them in to be a starter. I would think. I think that's why you're gonna pay Lance Lynn ten million bucks. It's not my money though. That's the funny thing it's not my money. But it's just always like unfathomable to me when I look at the amount of money. Some of these players end up getting it just really incredible. I don't think we'd have the law jam like we had last year. You remember Lance Lynn didn't sign too late. He was one of those guys that was taking part of that crazy camp in Bradenton Florida the free agent training camp. Remember the spring training for the the free agent players. So he at least has signed early it. Seems that look I think what's interesting is when you talk about Manny Machado, and you talk about a Bryce Harper. You could eliminate ninety five percent of the teams in baseball from being involved in that. Right. I you know, that there's going to be ninety ninety five percent teams that are not gonna get involved. And those guys are already shopping in that bargain-basement been they're the ones that look at a Lance Lynn and say, hey, maybe there's good value there. That's the market for those guys. So I think the question's going to be for the big market teams. That may be interested in a Bryce Harper. Manny Machado when are they going to put some pressure on? The Scott Boris is the world saying, look, we gotta get something done here. Because in the meantime, other guys are signing elsewhere, right? If you're looking for an outfielder and Bryce Harper's who you've looked at and you end up not getting Bryce Harper who's going to be. Left on the market in two or three weeks, depending on when he's going to decide to sign at some point. You say, okay, we got a pivot away because we haven't gotten any word. Do we sign the Andrew McCarthy since the Phillies, frankly, did they make a statement by signing mccutchen? Which is. Yeah, we'll go and get ourselves the infielder Machado. But maybe we're not going to go after Bryce Harper. Like a lot of people say we are. Or are we going to now go out and spend another ridiculous amount of money and get Bryce Harper. We've brought in two new outfielders into the mix with Andrew mccutchen. And Bryce Harper. That's the interesting thing to me when you look at what's happening because I think teams don't wanna be used against each other. Right. Nobody wants to be put into a bidding war, and that's exactly where Scott Boras makes his money. He wants a bidding war for Bryce Harper. He wants a bidding war first clients. And the fact is a bidding war, though takes time. And if you have a bidding war teams going to get involved, and because the money is going to be so incredibly large. Then if you're willing to go thirty to thirty five million dollars a year on Bryce Harper, and you don't end up getting him. And then you have to pivot quickly away the warriors what's still left on the market by the time. I'm eliminated from the Harper competition or what's going to be left. If I'm looking for a shortstop slash third baseman wants Manny Machado signs, and I'm left holding the bag and the other names out. There are Freddie Galvez, and I'll Sita's Escobar and a Denny hetch of Iria guys who can't hit a lick. So I think that's what teams have to weigh here. Sean in terms of what exactly they need to do and getting involved with the big names, and how long are they willing to sit there and kind of have that money sitting there in escrow because they don't want obviously go out and start using it on other players to Bryce Harper makes a decision. They might be like crap we spent too much. We can't make that deal for Bryce Harper. Well, I mean, that's a possibility. But I don't see that happening. Because teams have an idea about Bryce Harper. They're talking to Scott Boris. They know if he has interest, so they're going to save the money until they hear his final answer. Yeah. But then they may hurt themselves. That is true. That's the problem. They may be hurting themselves. See I think the Phillies as much as I think they overpaid for Andrew mccutchen. Right. I think what the Phillies are looking at is. Look we need to outfielders. We're going to be in the Bryce Harper sweepstakes. Because we have a lot of money to spend. We got fifteen million dollars on the books this year and outfield with Andrew mccutchen. We can still fit another thirty thirty five million with Bryce Harper. Maybe another thirty million with Manny Machado, whatever it is. And maybe they can go out and make a big splash with everything. Right. That's the team that I think is going to be intriguing because if there's any team that potentially will go out and we'll get not just Harper, but also Machado. It's the Phillies. There's no other team in baseball right now, you can see spending money to bring in both Harper Machado and adding sixty to seventy million dollars payroll. The only team that can absorb that type of hit is affiliate because their payroll number isn't very high for next year. That would be fascinating, Sean. If the Philadelphia Phillies come out of the winter meetings or come out of the two thousand eighteen year, and they have signed Harper and Machado. And by the way, it's not crazy to think they could do it. Seriously. Heard that too. It is crazy that signing both of those guys. Why not? Why not six million? In two players for the next ten years. Yeah. They got the money. Got the money crazy. Seriously. They got the money to do it. Why not love to see it happen? I seven hundred million. Yeah, they're not doing that. I don't remember the Phillies are about to start their own regional networks soon to okay. They have a terrible TV deal. They're about to start their own regional network. To me be interesting to find out what that means financially. Because I thought there a big market team people show up at citizens Bank park, the Phillies, you know, are they make money. The question is if they get their regional network, they can be making a heck of a lot more money. If that's the case. Yes. Seven hundred million dollars over the next ten years from shadow and Harper, and you know, how packed the stands. No question about it for ten years going with those two big names. All right. So what did Tony LaRussa say backing up Harold Baines for a hall of fame induction? We'll tell you next going deep. Dan, Schwartzman, NBC sports radio in the NBC sports radio mobile app.
"galvez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Being on a team is about being prepared knowing exactly what part you play. And then doing it to the best of your ability. That's why Methodist healthcare is now the official healthcare partner for the San Antonio Spurs whether on the court or you're it's about being focused. Let him yours determination skill and experience guy. Because in the end successes. And that is all based on trust. That's why Methodist healthcare and the Spurs came together nineteen points in the fourth quarter, LeBron James and forty one for the night. But the game's not over yet the Spurs trail by six at the two possession game with forty one point four seconds remaining Spurs data score on this possession. Rudy gay Galvez? Patty mills the Marta Rosen and lamarcus Aldridge on the four for San Antonio. Gabe, get it in looking for mills straightaway angle three now for Patty off the back of the ram, and none over the top of the backboard, not the shot blocked and the ball goes back to the Lakers with thirty seven point six seconds remaining in the game. Twenty four the shot clock. The Lakers Colwell pope is N four Tyson Chandler. Lonzo ball stays out there along with James Kuzma. And Josh Hart. Now Forbes is in along with batons gay the Rosen and mills. All well pope in the back court. We'll bring the ball up the floor against the pesky defense of Britain. Forbes who fouls caldwell-pope, and that's not the guy you want a foul and this situation. Caldwell-pope shoots ninety two percents of the free throw line. Calls Forbes over for a moment. Colwell pope will go to the line. A.
"galvez" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Nine nine four nine four And how long and the first question, I, want, you to answer for me is do you agree with me Phillies. You're crazy recreational traitor Freddie Galvez who wasn't the greatest Play disciplined hitter you've ever seen didn't, take pitches, which is the Phillies Kern. Philosophy there's nothing wrong with. That got to leave room for people. That just break the mold when someone is a great defensive player for. Example and you have no replacement you can't just trade them the Phillies have all kinds of money don't. Tell me Freddie Galvez was out, of their reach after, this season they believed in j p Crawford for reasons again that I'm. Not sure of Jimmy Carter's. A nice kid I'm not talking, to any personal but j p Crawford but, it's not a major league baseball. Player, at this point Scott Kimbler he's been shoehorned in there he's not a major league shortstop another Jubal, Cabrera who is. Doing this past but he's really not shortstop either meanwhile the Padres, for one year have a great defensive shortstop, who, burn, the Phillies beyond their means today Excuse me with a grand slam Defense we got the job done and then there was eighty, eight seven to nine nine four nine for do we have any Phillies fans who had any problem with the Phillies trading for Galvez Or you all just McClintock droid who believe in everything the general, manager does and refuse to criticize any move you makes which I'm getting the vibe of right now Anybody. Have any trouble with the. Guy was still. Like I did I've talked, about it all here I'm talking about it again now at manifest itself today I hated it then I hated. A neighboring I hated it May June hate it now Eight seven to. Nine nine four. Nine four pound nine four. Nine four AT. And t. and Verizon. Wireless.
"galvez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Eight Powerball twenty four the golden ticket was sold, a supermarket in Staten Island the Powerball. Jackpot has not been hit in over seven weeks if. Last night's winner takes the lump sum they'll walk away with one hundred and forty seven million bucks before taxes not too shabby at all Take, that right I take a fraction of that just a million. Yeah how sports puzzling. The Phillies road trip is a little rough yeah there. Were looking to end the road trip with a. Five hundred record this afternoon against the Padres last night the offense woke up scoring, five. Runs after being shut, out in previous two games Jake Arrieta, with these start, today, hoping, he'd gets off offense of support. Third inning Phillies down, Iran Eric Hoss Mer hitting a. Tapper between home plate. The mound area and how far I'll go for the ball nobody taking charge here so hospital. Gets on. Base later in the. Inning bases loaded for ex- villi Freddie Galvez deep to centerfield Roman Quinn runs at room Galvez. With his first career grand slam Phillies down five nothing then in the seventh the fills. With more sloppy play hotter Renfro ground grounder third Michael. Francke throw to the plate wide so another run scores the. Phillies lose nine to three the Braves won, today so the fighting's now tied for first in the NFL eagles back. A practice at the novacare Complex getting ready for, Thursday's game against the patriots rookie tight, end Dallas, Goddard, sat, up, practice with a bruised elbow dot. Happened yesterday social media, blow up saying he broke his, arm nobody was seriously. Like might have.
"galvez" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"So the play, at home was reviewed and Padres did get the two runs and Hetty Galvez our old friend Galvez, is he's probably and I've always said I think he's one of the best shortstops defensively I've ever seen and I saw Ozzie Smith and, I saw as he gin and all the great shortstops with the place he makes the. Range his arm the the plays. Going out into the outfield the whole the whole works I think. He's one of the greatest defensive shortstops in history of game I don't believe. He's ever want a gold glove which is kind of. Crazy, because kind of generally you need to hit like two fifty five to even. Know it's supposed to be a fielding basically a fielding award but it. You gotta hit a little bit that's. The way they vote, but to me Freddie Galvez is as good defensively as anyone I've seen but, in this series he's hurt the Phillies more with his bat than with his glove and Freddie, Galvez three hits yesterday Three hits today in seven hundred and forty three career games this. Is the first time FREDDY Galvez has, ever had back to, back three head games he's he's raised his average this is not, Tony Gwynn which is this is not Nate Colbert we're talking about here for the Padres this is Freddie Galvez six for eight and the series with four RBI's and he's hurt the Phillies come, back and play. In his old team and it was nice to see him get a. Nice ovation yesterday and you never know how that's, gonna go with with with a former player, but I think everybody always always appreciated what he did he's not a great player he's not a, great hitter but he's, a guy who went out he's Gaber goes. Out and he will play. One hundred fifty, games a year give you a tremendous defense and get. The most out of, his ability hit some doubles here and there so Galvez with six hits in these two games and You just don't expect him to be the. Guy, who's hurting you in another guy you don't really expect to. Hurt you is Tyson Ross. The Padres pitcher I just didn't think he had anything today. Here's, a guy Tyson Ross. Who comes in five and eight era well over four in his. Career he's one forty games and nine. Years now this is not a good pitcher Tyson Ross is a is a right hander journeyman he's been with the with the as with the, Padres with the Rangers with the Padres again his career is twenty four games under five hundred yeah you guys forty and sixty four in nine, years and he comes in and just pitches in and. Out of trouble I just. Don't think he's a guy, if you're a first place team you. Just don't lose to Tyson Ross you still lose this game he had a..
"galvez" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Speaking of the dodgers shortstop is done for you cory seager about that needs tommy john surgery here guys who played one hundred and sixty two games last year it doesn't mean started though because remember aaron judge played yesterday right joey votto okay i'll see this escobar right freddie galvez door and hosmer guys get the one sixty two and i'm not sure they all started right right they got into rice sixty tonight brian in new haven brian our you know not bad guys have gone good i just listening to jackie always it's crazy how upset they can get over losing one game i mean i look at last night's game and i see sunny grade went six innings while to run for him on thrilled with that and then who's the next guy out of the pen down but sensation catch three ounce on twelve pitches and this guy we need to get you know the fact that was losing into houston to one those that i lost in a game where they lead up less than four runs which means a batch of doing their jobs i could care less about these games right now in april talk to me at the trade deadline in october i can't wait until we get there care about the games i mean you know you can't say you don't care about can't say you don't care but you want to be smart i mean i think you have to manage for one sixty two you can't manage every game like it's game seven of the american league championship series game seven of the world series i think you just have to be smart about how you plan things longterm and when you look at the struggles that judge had in the middle of last year and maybe it was his shoulder maybe it was just that or maybe he was wearing down i think the yankees are taking all the precautions out to make sure that they have the freshest aaron judge they can have for the duration of a season let's go to mike in brooklyn hey hey how are you what's up mike well you you mentioned courts seager but that that was another reason why i was thinking why you gotta give out someone like aaron judge the rest god forbid something happens him let's say he was on the.
Tiger Woods ties for second, Paul Casey wins at Valspar Championship
"Tiger woods finishing second of the val spark championship his best finish since tying for ten th at the 2015 wyndham championship guys all right thank you a big you just venture at the end uh is something we want to get into now that is the fact that tiger woods finished tied for second after seventy two holes at the vows four championship tasr and it's great i mean i we have out early on sunday before the coverage started on nbc at three o'clock with tiger there and at that point in time tiger was tied for the lead and not underpar casey ends up winning it at ten under tiger woods finished one shot back but and untied wa tied for second place however i said was must see tv because you look at what tiger represents and now the career orchid everybody in loves a comeback store of course we don't have to get into surly everything that transpired there but tiger clearly it at the peak of his game him jack arguably the the to graze golfers of all time tiger changed the game tiger proving out driving courses courses need to change the just what he did for the sport a golf how he made everyone a lot of money became this global icon tasr there's may may golf on may galvez entertaining.
"galvez" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Nick needles unintimidated figure i've ever seen the sort of the forgotten talking about lies wouldn't non talking with those of rebound rag return dice uh either money train sleeping with the enemy which is good hasn't money train with guinea harold creams gave twenty health and relief or sutherland money train could have been yes uh anyway despite all those those films this is so welldirected i mean you really owe you feel like you're trapped in their prison and it's a right up to the end is one of the more more after up disturbing really fun to watch canada like um what bjork was that him in that film a galvez silent yes with directed by um worse than what she was mute or she was gone blind news singer at that up to enter the dark dance in the dark they add body yeah member remembers how f w n with actually i loved it in the middle of a thaw shut up york this will show yet but yeah it's it's a feel for the kid arena revamp on your a number of well you will you will see what he's the rest of the list was his where ever thiel he's a little bit coming up on film vault with brian benjamin anderson you're going to here well let's see what we got we got the minor three my number three is based on a book number my two number two is eighty four minutes long the argument are therefore mi number one is the only possible choice for number one prison film of all time it's probably i can make energy listen i'm going to be only angry or now that i am angered end and i am now if as impossible not angry what are you got what are you gonna know what early disease i got one with a very unlikely actor playing a very long robe wanted off amazingly and another films reminiscent of a film that i just spoke about moments ago and it is the greatest prison film of all time and obviously never even heard he's anderson i'm brian blechen villas in the film vaults a nice end one one free to hd.
"galvez" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Dave ever now they never talk to me they never talked to you and make a real story isn't is interesting is that what they make up well that's often chew with hollywood films as have indeed leslie galvez a former defense department official he led the pentagon papers project we really appreciate you sharing those memories with us today leslie my pleasure and now i want to bring in nicklaus lemon into this conversation is a professor of journalism and dean emeritus at the columbia journalism school and a staff writer at the new yorker he was at the washington post from 1979 and nineteen eighty one that was course after the watergate era the pentagon papers but he worked closely with the graham family end with ben bradley the washington post editor nick lemon welcome to on point thanks good to be here so you've seen this movie that's opening today what was your reaction to it well it's it's uh it's pure pleasure if you're a journalist um and as you mentioned i knew about half the people who are represented in the movie um but it it presents a though organized institutionalise press as it you know in a tremendously heroic light so if that's the world you grew up in an still live in which it is for me it's a very uh what would you say affirming um and and uh you know makes a point that i think needs to be made uh about the important role the press plays in american life well for the benefit of those who didn't uh grow up during that period and don't have a first hand memory of it we're going to give you a a couple of job reminders let's say uh first of this hurt a clips from president nix that uh talking uh about the release.
"galvez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"That it's ready galvez said shortstop oh or herrera in center reese hoskins in left field tonight bats cleanup followed by our an allterrain right my cal franca what third tommy joseph at first andrew nap behind the play tom sinn hits night 705 start at citizens bank park college football pen plays its first road game of the season saturday quakers will visit though and three we high now pen beat the vision to ohio dominican last week forty two two 24th franklin feel to open the season quakers grab this game with 35 secondhalf points after trailing tense seven at the break pen head coach ray priori goods opening game for our players we got a chance to settle down a little bit come out of the halftime acclimated with our our first game the third game for starts for quarterback and a lot of the players on the field the second half was really good tests if we can be moving forward that quarterback for penn is senior will fischer called break through a couple of touchdowns in that win in the opener in the flyers returned to preseason action tonight they will split up the squad both sides taking on a split squad of the new york islanders that sport some leon kyw news radio thanks up next on kyw newsradio a key to the future for the middle class and how company should act like people silences the ultimate concert as seen by the boss it apple ibm bush kyw news time for forty nine eight molly you don't want a good places the buy office furniture definitely call ethos source ally i also need someone to deliver and install it ethos source does that to what about semi the design layout either source narayan while i need someone the move out my old furniture as well and someone who could provide project management give you one gas see source yet what dozen de those source deal now.
"galvez" Discussed on WCTC
"The play with two wage jonathan galvez now to face bulow he takes a fastball and there for strike one bulow work in the stretch year chinese set down the bluefish an order would be doing so against the heart of the order now as he faces the clean up man galvez that mrs low for a ball one well with this final game of the season below appearing in his forty six th game as a somerset patriots this year that will go as the second highest mark on the team this year one of the few pitchers too have been on the team to start the year and stay on for the entirety of the season and then finished the year with the patriots as we quickly head into postseason baseball is one by galves vouch straight back caio move now to do it too be low as well as just the right to left these are that patriots bullpen who have been on the team for the entirety of the season while also not leaving the team for any reason contract purchased disabled list whatever every may have it is one here port it comes in on the pop up to the infield he makes the play in twin below gets the job done the sixth one two three hitting keeps to lead a five one for the patriots will go to the top of the seventh here in 1450 wctc and wctc a dot com good posed.
"galvez" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"So bravely took care of business during the storm including our listeners kaby who is this kbc 1550 of course in houston galvez tin my gosh right there i the store k f j ex 870 in dallas fort worth k r f e five eighty in lubbock and our friends who now just to see i mean we're in the midst of it still path of hurricane erma as it makes its way drunkenly through our geography your holy smokes please no we are all thinking of all all of you our listeners in florida who actually who checked in i had got people checking in in the midst of this craziness with the florida hurricane was my list i gotta read here i got over here oh people checking and god bless each and every one of you here we go here we got him i'm surrounded by paper jackie who is checking it w h f as 10 10 in tampa jackie thank you stay safe ma'am solomon checking it from w j b x seven seventy in fort myers they're saying they're ab they've lost power power is dubbed they've got two generators to their in good shape mac listening and w s m n 973 who is checking in from places north he headed out of town smart man listening in from super talk mississippi networks w fm and 93 973 jackson mississippi mickey listening from wvu lj 105 point five water valley mississippi i am dig into skies keep the great knows coming and it's so good to know that you're safe sammy listening in still from kgb see fifteen forty in galveston galveston as they start packing up there now don't mess with taxes they will a mess with you back and show you what they're made of nicky easy listening in from w q y k ninety nine point five tampa saint saint petersburg wow nicky.
"galvez" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Off of the news with carmelo and his reaction top players in the nba here we go power rankings first up on the books whose life four heats time for this week's power rankings with cheeky and cheered obviously ten best players in the nba go ahead jake rodriguez got on i'm going to start with a guy who probably is going to fall off this list of his short term because of injuries a play for half the season but isaiah thomas was the man a last year and that's galvez he what were building off of you can't project forward but i'm gonna project i'm going to look backward he was an mvp candidate for a lot of the season the reason that the boston celtics were the number one seat in the eastern gap to the eastern conference finals so as their thomas he's on this list well i a lot of love fries a of eilat's funny our brains work a little differently i look at this obviously you can not know what you know so what happened last year is a part of the equation but of incorporating that with you know projections for this year players ascending and all that i love as a tally none of our unless i'm gonna go look for ten john wall for the wizards a big tom score ten dimes a game risk you on defense take some gambles but he usually leads to transition buckets from you know and and lied to end line as much pure speed is anybody maybe in the history of the game he's he's really truly that fast john wall number ten for for me no bernard caging i like karl anthonytowns here he's obviously he's of durable guy we had him in studio he's he's quickwitted he has all of this the attributes to be a superstar in his leg and i think he's only going to get better as he grows into his body i love them with you as well i get karl anthonytowns at number nine these 23 and is coordination everything else is there is intellect you wanted to be a doctor he obviously yes it and you know what very quietly 3 assists a game he knows how to pass and with the better team you'll see.
"galvez" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Sports play i'm jay berman will start with the baseball scoreboard bottom of the sixth then in baltimore the astros have opened up a seven one lead most recent all run courtesy brian mccann is 12 of the year phillies have freddie galvez homerun and they leave the brewers two to one in the bottom of the sixth also bottom six in new york the a's lead the mets three to michael conforto as a home run for the amazes his seventeenth raise learn leave the rangers two to one in the seven three solo home runs in this one andrews for texas miller dickerson for tampa bay blue jays lead the indians three to of the bottom of the fifth at one eight encarnacion a home run his twentieth tigers have of victor martinez home run a lead the twins one two nothing in the third also in the second white sox in front of the royals to one baht of one pirates lead the rockies two to nothing and after a lengthy rain delay marlins that reds finally underway in scoreless in the first inning earlier today cardinals beat the cubs eleven to four and then we have five late games coming up in the next hour nationals and diamondbacks red sox and angels braves and dodgers yankees in mariners and padres and the giants all right british open jordan speed is a twoshot lead after two rounds speech shoot say one hundred sixty nine on friday sixunderpar two shots clear of matt kuchar ian poulter in brooks kapka each at minusthree rory mcelroy tied for sixth at one under par carry irving likely done in cleveland the core adding to a report the point guard as as the cavs for a trade he said he'd be willing to join the knicks he'd timber wolves are spurs i'm jay berman gets three hours of jim rome mid jays on cbs sports radio.
"galvez" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Come suspects rate famous line is luck and bastardize verdict yeah perverted and who birdied indeed ben was third sex crime we decide to go back to chicago because there's something left of it and that's where stanley tucci is like operation is and he's making transformers he's accidentally resurrected mega toronto as galvez ron he's got another bumblebee ask a resurrection as something called the stinger yet so basically they dea is stanley tucci the to himself has harness the transform em in its transforming him that allows you to make anything into anything is what they say in this movie and of you better believe it's a thing worries like you he's holding this transform your just like a bunch of bricks floating in his hand and he's like look at this you can make anything and his hands are right in front of the fuck in camera and it turns into a by drape hill just right there as placement do you know whether the the into a glock then had place that's what's amazing he's like oh you don't like this deliciously affordable bluetooth speaker how about this wish rich it's a handgun do you know the number i am debris gives an product placement in this movie no god forbid astro nominee let's do a little bit of a price israel let's go around okay i'm i'm gonna guess fifty products cameras fifty one okay this number represents a running tally or the amount of products in this movie proudly media.