18 Burst results for "Gary Sheffield"

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Leave. It makes me laugh. That's funny just nervous around these words. There's a lot of combination of words that I feel like I could screw up me wearing an Alan Iverson arm slave while logging just four minutes in high school basketball game. Wrap your head around. Let's met at federal wasn't sweating six to twelve. How does federal look so clean? It's amazing. I mean clean as a whistle. How about the Jordan knee brace? I bought one of those the rock the braves look good in Philly. Are you a swag jacker. I bought like an one shorts and I used to wear under armor while pole vaulting halting which is like a strange thing like everyone's like why are you. Why are you doing and given the opportunity I would have put on I black if I had to <hes> but that wouldn't be someone else's I black wouldn't be because one person looked cooler and I black or would it have been motivated by one guy you saw <hes>? It probably would have been one person. I can't tell you the person now. I don't remember Billy Sorry Roy. Are you a swag jacker. No in my entire life. I never really thought about jacking somebody swag. Let me ask you something when you played baseball. Did you ever wiggle that that no you never will the bat. No you never did a cow understands from the right side. No no I have my own swing game. Everyone else's swing a hammer home. Can I play with someone. That's good at this game Chris you ever Wagle Bat. I had to Gary Sheffield had the open stance swag jacker. I didn't realize that swag jacking also applied to things like playing style. I thought it was fashion. Style you were going with. I thought you were only doing federer. Headbands arm sleeves things that you put on your bikes also play wreck basketball and I would go to the game in the pair of pants that you rip off yeah. I was the only one in the holy I bought him myself like the whole team was wearing. It was just me during warmups. That's the best feeling before the game started you rip them off. It was such a pain to put back together. Thanks very lucky. It's so many buttons. It's very actually we need to get better with yes. I would rock high socks shirts because Miguel Cabrera would do it. I go to sluggish the try. The crane kick of course original swag jacking hold on a second I still God's just got into the game here and he just created the visual for you guys of him doing tearaway pants like when did he do tearaway pants him and cody being the only guys on their teams.

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Pros that have played in the Little League World Series

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Pros that have played in the Little League World Series

"This week, Sunday baseball's actually going to be the little league classic in williamsport, Pennsylvania. We've got the Phillies the Manson, Jess you already there. What are you doing there? So early that you when I talk, I I literally games. I mean, this is this is where at that, but there I'll tell you and I got two boys. I'm a little league coach. I don't know if I should admit that because sometimes if good and bad, but being here we the first opening day, lily World Series got four games, four more tomorrow you on Saturday. And then I'll have a game Sunday prior to our Sunday night game with the Phillies vets. But it's it's cool in the scene here. You'll be here soon BUSTER, but it's it's, it's pretty special. Yeah, you did this game last year? I did not do it. I was on vacation. What's it? Like when you get the big leaguers mixing with a little leaguers. The coolest thing BUSTER in, you know, we, we've seen it only once. You know the cardinals and the pirates here last year and what was really took me aback as expect. Obviously, when the big leaguers get here, the literally will be running up and getting autographs and photos and southeast and Instagram stories and all that. As soon as I remember the cardinals got here first before the pirates and they got off the bus and they were going after because they'd already watched a few of the games. They literally new kids names. You know, Carlos Martinez had some kids internationally that he like. I think it was a catcher Venezuela that he was like, totally adamant. I need to find this kid. I want my photo. Can I get your picture? Got his autograph, and it was so genuine. And this is before the cameras were even on them, or I mean, these big leaguers were fans of these kids. And to me, that's what makes us special is I think we only a bit of a reminder of like why the game of baseball is really played, but especially those guys not to like knock any player by any means, but. I think one hundred sixty two games. You would get it at the grind, but you get here and oh my gosh. Is it exuding up every just pure love for the game? You know, are they that towns and most of them aren't, but oh, they love it and it rubs off and you can tell when the big leaguers get here that there's a little bit of that. Just I remember when I was eleven years old. I remember when I was twelve and you know the stories just come out and it's it's cool and it's important. Along those lines about the players who play in the Little League World series. This week's poll question is who among the alum of the Little League World series, my goodness. There's so many from Chris story. The, you know, the the NHL player who so many current major leaguers Scott Kingery, Michael Conforto in our game or guys who played Little League World series, but who is the best alum of the Little League World series was played in the big leagues in the four choices and believe me. We could have had so many more Todd Frazier, Jason Varitek, Gary Sheffield or Dwight Gooden who would be the best alum of those four. You know, I put Todd Frazier, I voted this week because there's something about him that still just screams little league. I mean, anyone who's ever been around Todd Frazier and BUSTER. I know you know this, you've been around him. I mean, and part of its maybe his size and just as demeanor and the way he acts. I mean, he, he, he's still just has kid and love for the game the way he plays the game. And this is twenty year anniversary of the team that he one Little League World series with with Tom's river New Jersey, and they're all coming back. He's throwing out the first pitch, and I feel like in covering now the Little League World series. My fourth year, those images are the ones that are still

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He probably i think you look like gary sheffield batting before the pitch and gusta sheffield baton i it's unfair to justice because i'd never seen it hit just assuming justice a pitcher hit either you know it's funny you mentioned all the guys had down in the bullpen and it was he came very close to letting this getaway because the guys didn't get the final out that they need to get a rollers chapman really save this for the yankees because he got all those outs when robertson you get one morale couldn't get a potential need to go home around couldn't get it he stretches as far as you could chapman ended up doing the job you know what sweeney in on the manager show this afternoon this is pretty much how he drew up he said we can get an ending and out of third hopefully out of chances and ending in a third out of out of robertson and then chappie a finish it up and that's exactly what happened and you know he pushes the right buttons this guy aaron boone he really does he this i know it could have been very different if i hadn't hadn't pitched like he did but this is what they wanted this is how best case scenario this is exactly how they drew it up and you know the home run that that chapman gave up okay you have a little wiggle room there but this is pretty much how he drew this up and it was up 'til awaisa to get to the place where he could go ravi chances and chapman if you think aaron boone's heart stop tonight wait till he sees luis severino step into the battery box exactly right.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Yeah you know i always got a kick out of the guys that that would break the bat you know from time to time on a strikeout so vlad guerrero gary sheffield they look like they're pretty tough you know 'cause that is a wicked move man it just cracked one of them bats over your knee i don't know what they're thinking fact glad if i'm not mistaken casey you can correct me did he play was one of the few players didn't even wear any batting gloves or anything like that no batting glove guys do it still but yet batting ater plays third base without a cup so that there's one guy who's not going to be afraid yeah man that that's some tough hombre is right there all right well so and then do you so how close do you follow the sport and for example or are you going to be watching ufc two twentythree coming up with habib number made off and tony ferguson competing for the undisputed title 'cause rumor has it conor mcgregor will be stripped next week i've been a fan of the sports in the four the first bonner fight and i think of the last one hundred paper views i've only missed three the respite all seen live as they happen so i am i am as big a fan as you're gonna find big so i i hate what's happened is this division and eight what's happened to counter i hate to it turned into the mayweather thing look spun i paid the money was interesting i don't wanna hear about who fighting may weather this the guy who is spotted with brand than anybody i've seen him to me he is brilliant hitman bay weather in terms of how they turned themselves into what they are beyond either what they do in their craft but you know he talked a lot for years about hey look i'll fight anybody but you know how many big names invaded mendez when he stepped in and like he he didn't beat that many great guys then do i don't think he has should have been getting closer to either of those fights and he peed him the first time.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Our gary sheffield and tim hardaway tim hardaway when i see tim hardaway i am so happy to see him and so happy that he doesn't have any bed feelings toward me in us for him ending up like a lotta people wouldn't have been that kind of accountable on on the idea of hey this was me you didn't trap me i'm an adult i made the mistake i said the homophobic thing did that take a minute with hardaway or did that happen right away happened pretty immediately i mean after after you know the media engulfed him he was scared and so that's not the instinct right then uh but soon thereafter and sheffield i just remember one time that he just pulled me aside like took came in sheffield was superstar at the time and he just pulled me aside and wanted to talk to me privately in the bannon kayed simply after having a conversation with his wife in which he just apologized to me for the way he had treated me and it just i found is given his reputation rounded really i've i i yeah it it connected made him in a way that has interesting grown after his career let's go i have a question for you and i guess greg to jumping off the magazine an sheffield safco's i would have been intimidated covering gary sheffield because you recovering the marlins a whole as an a superstar was who's one some been the most intimidating a intimidated you've ever been covering an athlete like who still hearkens back to a time where you were just terrified of them did that ever happened nieto was bonds intimidating then oh my god there i'd baena pulled bonds off me the first time that i ever wanted to talk to bonn pulled him off of me what what was he do it was the it was the pirates clubhouse and because i didn't know journalists will journalism rules i did not know that you don't just walk up to barry bonds it's almost ever twenty twenty one years old and and evidently there's this force field around berry bondra orders no not to go in it is that journalism roles or barry bonds is rules vallarta was well i didn't know either of them and so i walked right into his space is like not talking to a starting pitcher the days bit.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Our gary sheffield and tim hardaway tim hardaway when i see tim hardaway i am so happy to see him and so happy that he doesn't have any bed feelings toward me in us for him ending up like a lotta people wouldn't have been that kind of accountable on on the idea of hey this was me you didn't trap me i'm an adult i made the mistake i said the homophobic thing did that take a minute with hardaway or did that happen right away happened pretty immediately i mean after after you know the media engulfed him he was scared and so that's not the instinct right then uh but soon thereafter and sheffield i just remember one time that he just pulled me aside like took came in sheffield was superstar at the time and he just pulled me aside and wanted to talk to me privately in the bannon kayed simply after having a conversation with his wife in which he just apologized to me for the way he had treated me and it just i found is given his reputation rounded really i've i i yeah it it connected made him in a way that has interesting grown after his career let's go i have a question for you and i guess greg to jumping off the magazine an sheffield safco's i would have been intimidated covering gary sheffield because you recovering the marlins a whole as an a superstar was who's one some been the most intimidating a intimidated you've ever been covering an athlete like who still hearkens back to a time where you were just terrified of them did that ever happened nieto was bonds intimidating then oh my god there i'd baena pulled bonds off me the first time that i ever wanted to talk to bonn pulled him off of me what what was he do it was the it was the pirates clubhouse and because i didn't know journalists will journalism rules i did not know that you don't just walk up to barry bonds it's almost ever twenty twenty one years old and and evidently there's this force field around berry bondra orders no not to go in it is that journalism roles or barry bonds is rules vallarta was well i didn't know either of them and so i walked right into his space is like not talking to a starting pitcher the days bit.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Our gary sheffield and tim hardaway tim hardaway when i see tim hardaway i am so happy to see him and so happy that he doesn't have any bed feelings toward me in us for him ending up like a lotta people wouldn't have been that kind of accountable on on the idea of hey this was me you didn't trap me i'm an adult i made the mistake i said the homophobic thing did that take a minute with hardaway or did that happen right away happened pretty immediately i mean after after you know the media engulfed him he was scared and so that's not the instinct right then uh but soon thereafter and sheffield i just remember one time that he just pulled me aside like took came in sheffield was superstar at the time and he just pulled me aside and wanted to talk to me privately in the bannon kayed simply after having a conversation with his wife in which he just apologized to me for the way he had treated me and it just i found is given his reputation rounded really i've i i yeah it it connected made him in a way that has interesting grown after his career let's go i have a question for you and i guess greg to jumping off the magazine an sheffield safco's i would have been intimidated covering gary sheffield because you recovering the marlins a whole as an a superstar was who's one some been the most intimidating a intimidated you've ever been covering an athlete like who still hearkens back to a time where you were just terrified of them did that ever happened nieto was bonds intimidating then oh my god there i'd baena pulled bonds off me the first time that i ever wanted to talk to bonn pulled him off of me what what was he do it was the it was the pirates clubhouse and because i didn't know journalists will journalism rules i did not know that you don't just walk up to barry bonds it's almost ever twenty twenty one years old and and evidently there's this force field around berry bondra orders no not to go in it is that journalism roles or barry bonds is rules vallarta was well i didn't know either of them and so i walked right into his space is like not talking to a starting pitcher the days bit.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Our gary sheffield and tim hardaway tim hardaway when i see tim hardaway i am so happy to see him and so happy that he doesn't have any bed feelings toward me in us for him ending up like a lotta people wouldn't have been that kind of accountable on on the idea of hey this was me you didn't trap me i'm an adult i made the mistake i said the homophobic thing did that take a minute with hardaway or did that happen right away happened pretty immediately i mean after after you know the media engulfed him he was scared and so that's not the instinct right then uh but soon thereafter and sheffield i just remember one time that he just pulled me aside like took came in sheffield was superstar at the time and he just pulled me aside and wanted to talk to me privately in the bannon kayed simply after having a conversation with his wife in which he just apologized to me for the way he had treated me and it just i found is given his reputation rounded really i've i i yeah it it connected made him in a way that has interesting grown after his career let's go i have a question for you and i guess greg to jumping off the magazine an sheffield safco's i would have been intimidated covering gary sheffield because you recovering the marlins a whole as an a superstar was who's one some been the most intimidating a intimidated you've ever been covering an athlete like who still hearkens back to a time where you were just terrified of them did that ever happened nieto was bonds intimidating then oh my god there i'd baena pulled bonds off me the first time that i ever wanted to talk to bonn pulled him off of me what what was he do it was the it was the pirates clubhouse and because i didn't know journalists will journalism rules i did not know that you don't just walk up to barry bonds it's almost ever twenty twenty one years old and and evidently there's this force field around berry bondra orders no not to go in it is that journalism roles or barry bonds is rules vallarta was well i didn't know either of them and so i walked right into his space is like not talking to a starting pitcher the days bit.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Our gary sheffield and tim hardaway tim hardaway when i see tim hardaway i am so happy to see him and so happy that he doesn't have any bed feelings toward me in us for him ending up like a lotta people wouldn't have been that kind of accountable on on the idea of hey this was me you didn't trap me i'm an adult i made the mistake i said the homophobic thing did that take a minute with hardaway or did that happen right away happened pretty immediately i mean after after you know the media engulfed him he was scared and so that's not the instinct right then uh but soon thereafter and sheffield i just remember one time that he just pulled me aside like took came in sheffield was superstar at the time and he just pulled me aside and wanted to talk to me privately in the bannon kayed simply after having a conversation with his wife in which he just apologized to me for the way he had treated me and it just i found is given his reputation rounded really i've i i yeah it it connected made him in a way that has interesting grown after his career let's go i have a question for you and i guess greg to jumping off the magazine an sheffield safco's i would have been intimidated covering gary sheffield because you recovering the marlins a whole as an a superstar was who's one some been the most intimidating a intimidated you've ever been covering an athlete like who still hearkens back to a time where you were just terrified of them did that ever happened nieto was bonds intimidating then oh my god there i'd baena pulled bonds off me the first time that i ever wanted to talk to bonn pulled him off of me what what was he do it was the it was the pirates clubhouse and because i didn't know journalists will journalism rules i did not know that you don't just walk up to barry bonds it's almost ever twenty twenty one years old and and evidently there's this force field around berry bondra orders no not to go in it is that journalism roles or barry bonds is rules vallarta was well i didn't know either of them and so i walked right into his space is like not talking to a starting pitcher the days bit.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"About machine uh uh i think he belongs there at least when you consider how well he pitched for teams that weren't particularly good before you got to increase he's a class act i think he belongs there i don't doubt he'll get in i just to me doesn't dozen resonate as a hall of famer by gets in i'm not going to be like oh no is terrible no good i understand that as far as gary sheffield is concerned the most eloquent statement of a case in favor of ham was in the new york times a couple of years ago days ago if you haven't read tyler kept their solemn about gary sheffield i commend it to you of okay the other thing is i think it was thirsty warning you were talking about if you will this often off kicking the percentage of voters i think it was for vladimir guerrero from seventy one the 993 or white nine yeah well there are two possible explanations for that and i am sure that if i am incorrect about this there will be other callers so we'll try men about it number one uh for a number of years the baseball writers have been asking the hall of fame to increase the number of players for whom make info from ten to twelve doll of fame won't do it that's number one number two last year my understanding is that the list of members of the baseball writers association who are eligible to vote was purged and perched heavily aleve people who was essentially were no longer active in the field and i am sure that the if that is true that that is had grandma uh uh affect uh uh i'm their voting uh pretty monday to send the white and then of course i think we'll look to bring me to the next traffic at orly keller rate uh the if you will the pattern that has been established by the election to the hall of fame last year of the poster boy for in formula forty four as you know from over the years i do not admire but look i think he's a low former worked uh and i'm sick and tired of.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Don't know i figured you know we've base playing career and what he did with the mets in winning the championship i mean i thought that would be enough and editor at another thing jim thome so all of fame try by catholic gary sheffield gets over world gary sheffield compatible apply it to tell me i mean i saw sheffield wife for years and chen jeff there was a better try rather better feel that hit over five good home is nothing over fifteen osgood was gary sheffield against completely over won't whether quoted comes to the all of do you know ruehe is about his them uh young drugs in and and i'm looking at it right now where he drove it one hundred one two three four five six seven eight times two years with the yankees with 36 121 thirty four one 23 uh was he got total of a five hundred nine home runs lights out to ninety two 2600 hits twenty two years even if the 40yearold as last year with the mess later 100 games than almost forty three uh rbis in a two seventy six adverts the yeah i don't i don't know if he'll ever gideon it's a certain guys his one thing and it's market you might get a kick on this look at gary sheffield is uh numbers but you over swiss freeswinging he was he never struck out one hundred towel no no never he was not a guy that struck out a lot now a of a walk the hunt over 100 times one two three four times ninety times about three times but you think if you think i am allegedly hitting wants 330 figure the that that big swaying but no strike out now and to be honest i always kind of felt like he he was a better player than he gets credit for just a.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Is four for the deal of gary sheffield to the marlins and he got trevor hoffman back in return he at that time could throw ninety five ninety six miles per hour i was covering the padres the next year when gene harassed lost the closers job and trevor hoffman moved into that job and you talk about a career on resilience tim first off as you know he was a short stop in college the he was drafted by the cincinnati reds i think it was run 11 around twelve and he goes to uh the miners in he's not hitting very well it's his batting around 200 and then they call me the office and they ask him have you thought about pitching and trevor who courses older brother glenn played in the big leagues he understood immediately what that meant they were telling him that his career as it professional baseball player was in trouble and so of course he said sure i have despite the fact that when he was in amador his father added uh essentially prevented him from pitching because he was worried about amit or coaches taking advantage of in having pitched too much so he transitions in the minor leagues to a pitcher quickly ascends to the big leagues uh and he adapted again in the spring a ninety five uh he he arrives in camp his fastball velocities way down from the ninety five ninety six miles per hour that he'd been throwing before the the 1994 strike and he develops a change up and he goes on and has six hundred and one saves in his career and years later i asked him this was like in two thousand seven trevor what happened to your velocity in before the 1995 sees why do you think that one away and he looked at me and trumpers one of the great people that you'll ever meet in the sporty smiles he goes off the record i said sure off the record he proceeds to tell me about how on the day after the strike began in 94 he went to the beach.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on Starting9

"So here's the here's the first one jerry this is specifically directed at you for obvious reasons this is for actually he was on the podcast last week at real slim radio nine listen if you've got quality questioned equality clermont jared after all the moves made by new york what what is your favorite offseason acquisition ever made by the yankees uh most memorable best whatever you i'm tempted to say arod 'cause it led to a red sox world series immediately uh but i will say gary sheffield because i love gary sheffield three yankees but he was one of those guys her is like i'm supposed to hate you but i really don't i just loved how violent his swing is and how he would just hit jacks intellect a top tank out there in lafayette like he fit like he i'm pissed the his prime years weren't in new york has he was just made to be yankee i loved aiding of is great i love gary am a fan of shia right this is for both of you guys who would be this is from at x jisi coal that means who would be your dream interviewee baseball guy only baseball guy or gal babe ruth as now easily be us online is as a fat lazy piece of shit that could have had nine hundred home runs of the actually mix than a sit out ob a tough opening question i wanna know what it's like to be the row he made more money than the president at a time were you just didn't do that notice that's the what do you made your guest so he safe market baseball he was bang and asked drinking beers jacks he was every party your grandads great grandads grandad wanted to be i don't know how far back that goes may grew why do little but he's a guy dude and i would want to know what the trade rides were like digest every bit of it every bit of it give it to me.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of an ego klay and this can rosenthal reported today this isn't coming for a visit aged posturing for a bigger deal this is his eagle at work saying i ever shortstop they'll play the at third base it reminds me of give gerry said gary sheffield back in the day when the brewers moved him from shortstop to third and he was so hacked off about it he admitted to later purpose we throwing balls into the stands and he explained that at the time by saying he couldn't handle the angle to first space so there's a there's big ego for these guys to play shortstop that's the position the touches the ball right that's the quarterback position on a baseball time because you will i think it'd be fascinating to dream of machado in a guy issued a four year via trade the next week all right against as bad vascular you from the mlb network when you sit in a row with your friends uh uh maybe during the commercial breaks maybe on the air as well is their concern that the giants are in trouble i mean i'll be honest with you i was one of those guys you want to jumpstart of the franchise after a bad year you get stan or maybe get the kid from japan neater those worked out is a general feeling that the giants they're going to be down for a number of years no i don't think anybody feels that way because you know you you just have to kind of side on all the track record of what the flavian vote combination has accomplished and look in two thousand ten will they started this amazing run they weren't considered favorites them and they built that team on the fly with additions down the stretch who would have thought that cody ross would come aboard what he did and become you know one of the best atbats in baseball for three months i don't think anybody counts the giants out i will say this though to explain away some of their recent misery and what what pessimism maybe out there according to the people who make a business in in ranking minorleague loop systems the giants have not had a lot of.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You've got you've got the bunch of anal of players that you ever seen that they they complain about you know i don't like rice albawab why would you like slice offer he plays the game heart he plays the game the right way and you just have guys don't like guys like that for myself just because an off the wall if you don't like it just because then maybe you need to step you'll game because you in on that when you're not on that level it's easy to beat this life ninetime allstar gary sheffield with us on espn radio here i remember though the code in your in your club i remember specifically antonio alfonseca one time as a reliever do you remember the story was in philadelphia i think you remember this story alfonseca hit of philly on purpose because just because the guy had hit a home run and you're an allul and you guys yard him up so much that when we walked into the clubhouse alfonseca was at his locker sobbing because because you guys were so mad at him absolutely and and and because he was a young player not understanding how it works and we were trying to explain to him because somebody to take you beat is job he gets pay too and if you are good enough to get him out then the next got as soak it up and move on and i think that you're the day something happened with a orioles a third baseman get hit and and put joy and all this guy and things like that.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You've got you've got the bus or anal type of players that you ever seen that they they complain about you know i don't like rice on why would you like slice offer he plays the game heart he plays the game the right way and you just have guys don't like guys like that for myself just because an off the wall if you don't like it just because then maybe you need to step you'll game because you in on that when you're not on that level it's easy to be this life ninetime allstar gary sheffield with us on espn radio here i remember though the code in your in your clubhouse i remember specifically antonio alfonseca one time as a reliever do you remember the story in philadelphia think you remember this story alfonseca hit of philly on purpose because just because the guy had hit a home run and you're an allul and you guys yard him up so much that when we walked into the clubhouse alfonseca was at his locker sobbing because because you guys were so mad at him absolutely and and because he was a young player not understanding how it works and we were trying to explain to him because somebody to take you beat is job he gets pay too and if you are good enough to get him out then the next got as soak it up and move on and i think that you're the day something happened with the orioles a third baseman getting hit and and but joy and all this guy and things like that.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I really like him and i've liked him for many years i love him i graduated to loving gary sheffield i wonder sheffield loves you i dunno we'll find out together right now here's a quote from the players tribune article that he recently wrote a he wrote that the make a number of changes to baseball as commissioner but quote i've never gone along with the media because i say what i believe so while they might have pretended not to like me the truth is they love me because if i got upset they'd get a juicy quote then i read that bleep get angry and give them another juicy quote if more people spoke their minds baseball would probably be even more high profile as a sport the game needs personalities he was definitely one of those gary sheffield with us on espn radio thank you as always for making time for a scary what did you make of that bryce harper fight us the other day and by the way i love you man i do love your show we had our struggles winner clashes but we arrived in place of loving forgiveness and now he's one of my favorite well we would ban about it that's the most important thing uh yeah what are your own advice harper i do think that that you know hit up that that we have seen before we ever reinventing the wheel with a situation where you know something i always knew about by offer you know he's a man's man and and he showed that uh the other day you know you saw the guy six five six to seventy.

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"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gary sheffield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Why isn't that bad working for each euro what's going on were dangerously close to this dude not finishing the season above two hundred i never thought i thought that you could go into his seventies over two hundred as he thinks he could play kelly's fifty is wrong well he's pretty good last year man he was deciding what one seventy four now yeah well this is a difficult role though he would be hitting over two hundred if you're playing every day this is such a is such a hard role where you come out their base high praise you think baseball boring for gary sheffield how about each euro just sitting around games at the time just watching marlins baseball hat boring that at easter road on now on a not nice one sixty nine yeah how much is getting paid to watch morons baseball couple million dollars he's not being paid very much what would you do that for a couple of million dollars wouldn't anybody watch every second of every marlon impairment no it's costing me money seasonticket holder still gonna hold on but you the worst your home worst though you kidding me you have wires you are twomilliondollar you just said that on air that's something you said i i did finish the primary care about on the latest book for podcast mcmahon hacked discuss the comprehension we can preview here's to what does agree with your closer carrot rationing john lepuc tarred five six one school gats.

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