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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

06:18 min | 11 months ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Forty one to help club capture pennant and the league proved that and legend actually proved that age was just a number by going six one with a two forty eight. Era down the stretch pages. Big-league debut brought in seventy two thousand fans to set an attendance record for one night for a one night game. He survived a pair of runs allowed in the first few. Lead cleveland to five to three win over the st louis browns up next mickey mantle. Who would make his debut. On april seventeenth nineteen fifty one and when it comes to mythical sent from heaven baseball prodigies conversation probably does begin with mickey mantle was born of a minor in oklahoma and mansell rose from obscurity to become a the natural heir of the babe ruth lou. Gehrig joe dimaggio. In the eyes of yankee fans and she was preternatural speed and of course his neck craning and tape measuring home runs. Mansell nearly quit baseball. Nine hundred fifty one though after suffering through a slump but stern discussion with his father mutton inspired mansell to go on an absolute tear with the aaa kansas city finishing his tenure there with a three sixty one average eleven home runs and one hundred sixty six at bats. The commerce comet debuted with tons of fanfare against the red sox at yankee stadium and batted third followed by between fellow legends phil rizzuto and dimaggio. He hit an rbi single and came around to score in the bottom of the sixth and one boasts. Baseball's revered careers was underway up next willie mays who would make his same make his debut the same year mansell just a little bit later that year on may twenty fifth in one thousand nine fifty one. Now willie mays is four. Seventy seven average led all tripoli hitters by nearly a hundred points when the fifth-place giants announced that they were calling up their prestigious center fielder to the big league club. May's arrival attracted hordes of african american fans. Who didn't typically attend games at philadelphia. Chaib park and this pre-game practice sessions. You plenty of is both for his prowess in the cage and his grace tracking down fly balls in the outfield giants manager. Leo douche our put. May's right in the third spot in the bang order but the say. Hey kid would go hitless in his first twelve at-bats before homering off warren sapp in his to get his incredible career off and running up next a guy that i really had not paid that much attention to in terms of baseball history but david clyde for the rangers on june twenty seventh nineteen seventy-three clydes high school record in the suburbs of houston was about as sterling as it could be as the lefty went eighteen. Oh with five no hitters during his senior year that prompted the one hundred loss. Rangers take clyde with the top overall. Pick in the nineteen seventy-three draft just ahead of robin young and dave winfield and then call hints. Schimdt straight up to the majors at eighteen. Clyde requested uniform number thirty two in honor of sadie colfax and received an encouraging telegram from the legendary as all. That hype was enough to pack. Thirty two thousand fans in arlington stadium. And that's where the comparisons to colfax would end however clyde pitched in parts of just fade five major league seasons and finished with eighteen and thirty three record and a ford sixty-three era. So that actually makes sense as to why. I would not necessarily know who he was just because like he. His career just fell short in. That happens a like talent. Evaluators are really. Don't know how to call it. They they might know how to see talent but they don't know how it's going to translate. They they see this. They'll see a kid. And i mean they talk about it a little bit in moneyball and i. This is one way that a lot of people are trying to use an analytics and it's because of money ball and and the oakland a.'s. But billy bean was a top prospect and I mean david. Clyde was as well and because of how good that these guys were in high school and or even in in college these scouts see them and they see while this guy has a really smooth swing and when he puts the bat on the ball and it looks like well at this level. He is doing it very well. He put the bat on the ball very very well or he just seems to be able to throw this baseball wherever he wants it that that might be the case for him here and that might be the case because for for whatever reason it might be because he has had a fantastic time he just feels really really comfortable at the school these ad or whatever the case may be and just or just happened to absolutely ball out one night and that's all it takes and all of the sudden your top prospect and you don't fizzle out just because you showed a flash of greatness win you need that flash of greatness to be able to be harnessed in a bottle and it's hard to catch that lightning in a bottle but the mets thought. They did that in brought up when they brought up. Darrell strawberry and may six. Nineteen eighty-three so mets fans hoped that strawberry the number one pick of the nineteen eighty draft from crenshaw. High school in los angeles would help them lift their team out of the nfl. Doldrums and strawberries. Debut did indeed ignite a slow turnaround in queens. Straw was twenty one when he debuted at shea. Stadium drew two walks and scored a run. New york's thirteen inning. Win over the reds. He went on to win and rookie of your honors with twenty six home runs before a twenty-six homeland campaign before blossoming into one of the league's most fearsome sluggers of the decade and with darrell strawberry..

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"York CBS sports radio national each opening goal with the year of course WFAN in New York eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four CBS before this article I want to get this out now before if I don't get a chance at the end of the show but the river job being done here by eight thirty PM and also had to be doing terrific jobs I want to give you a pop for what you're doing so thank you so much he's back at the shop in Manhattan Mahdia Westchester joins us body how are you hi Joe I'm actually wanting a behind you like start following us sports full time in nineteen sixty so I heard you a mount Rushmore of met place which I found very interesting I like to give you my take on and guns being a lifelong Yankee fan my mount Rushmore out of Yankee players now the fact that I started watching the team sixty so obviously I had to put Mickey and Minnie he's no let me let me stop you for a second because you're talking about the mount Rushmore of Yankee players you've seen that I train you're not talking Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe Mickey mantle because to me that's probably what it is get up in the place that I'm saying right okay okay long time obviously somebody has to be in there yes I'm the one of course two others that came to mind immediately with Derek Jeter and Mariano rightly said frontage okay the fourth one was very difficult because I was going back and forth between Thurman and don Mattingly and you know what I had to go with Berman I mean he was a heart and soul that low Jackie teams in the late seventies with three straight World Series of two championships nothing against don don is up there I mean he'd be back for a event if I had to put like an honorable mention of course but those are my four I know I mean you know the Yankee fan you follow the team for almost fifty years sixty is even there's so many great players and and and and terrific ball plays that that passed by I mean I think Ron kitrey and Bob's your sermon yeah online get free of course but before that I gave you all my top top all Whitey Floyd reason it to M. L. stern sure so many I mean but you gotta put yellow correct you don't show up for show up in the late seventies yet them Paul o'neill right and we have so many but I would say those were like aid would be my top four yeah I mean I think you look you know what the money that's pretty good I I will say it is if you're going to do and I appreciate the call Marty you go to mount Rushmore Yankees it really comes down to four guys I'm in all due respect the Marriott all that Derek Jeter to don Mattingly to Thurman Munson too you know Whitey whoever you want to give me the mount rush when I did see more play obviously the mount Rushmore Yankees has the baby Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe DiMaggio and Mickey mantle I mean to me that's it in all due respect yogi Berra could you know obviously D. A. there's so many guys bill Dickey we can go on and on with all the great players yeah because of that Roger Maris's name needs to be in there at some point kind of gets lost in the shuffle what was a great Yankee we all know that you know so many different guys but I think that yeah if you're doing it from nineteen sixty one sixty two that's that's a good list that's a solid list you gotta put GT or you gotta put Mickey there you gotta put Marianna there like you said the fourth guy gets a little cough you wanna put Mattingly months and whatever you know Roger Maris whatever what the meter the owner quit a couple mount Rushmore of the Yankees has to be the Babe the iron horse the Yankee clipper and the Mick those are the guys all right let's continue on with solely in Brooklyn Sally how are you what are you doing today I'm good so how are you the Warner mount I got a graduate but Yankee numbers but I tell you one thing babies the only guy that I would make the exception what maybe it's always homegrown spot the finish I mean I love called I love o'neill okay the but yeah quick joke before I give you a binge watch to help you get through the next few weeks okay I just wanted to talk about games before glauben yeah I know you remember because you got the best football memory of anybody the name of the United game that they didn't get to play in the Super Bowl nineteen seventy two yes was played seventy two United goals with three ninety two name it goes for one ninety six correct six touchdowns touchdowns yeah there was a stretch in that game well it was five straight touchdowns name of came on one play eighty two yard off the field United comes on I think don't drink don't drink dunk down the field like twelve place such that they become god seventy one yards seventy two yards out like that one place off the field United comes on same thing eight ten twelve play drive get the bugs on it David come by another yeah sixty eight yard a big touchdown off the field he was three for three with like two hundred and thirty yards three touchdowns on three plays in that game that was the best game ever to watch forty four thirty four was the final score jets won the game it was weak through nineteen seventy two I think it was September twenty fourth of seventy two because he started the season later a little later it was only a fourteen game season back then so and never again worry your football memory the hackable it's amazing I got a great deal at the numbers you've got a great the head but anything booked well listen one quick thank you yes I want to binge watching Joe you like any shows you know I'm not I gotta be honest with you sorry I'm not a big binge watching guy you know I mean I'm not that's not really what I might DO to beyond what he got what he got for me anyway I'm going to give you something H. B. O. John H. B. O. it's called that what the guy that played in justified given the old spot he played a us a share of the yeah Ian McShane this is like the old this is like the wild west days with talking about right this was this was back in the but deadwood's North Dakota when it was a territory right after I called the guy and gal okay I'm going and it was a territory so they didn't have any more and they it was a three season thing I think it was thirty eight thirty Dick that this dog Joe the best television I've ever watched any show that you know name whatever the best game of thrones whatever people are into myself included best show ever and you the type of guy listed you to so many years you would love this this you'll you'll get spotted you won't you won't walk away I appreciate it cell site thanks for the call take care itself that would not have heard about it I know is on HBO like I said it's kind of like you said right after a little big horn and general customer and all that but I'm not I've never been a eight I'm not a page watcher guy you know I mean I've never kind of been I've never been like that I'm not I'm not I'm not what it's going to sit down for three hours yeah my wife actually celebrated she actually watched how is that right my wife telling me my overnight days back which is like a hundred years ago now she would actually watch that would sell is you know a little bit about it she got a little bit about it was that wasn't my deal I don't know what she says I I II okay I I understand what he's saying well it's Terry's Terry's walking around saying something about what they would say that would sell but that she would watch your back in the days when I was doing the overnights now a hundred years ago I guess two thousand and four was my last year there were the overnight so a long long time ago look we're at the end here we only got about a minute I don't even want to get caught forty seconds I want I want to thank all the call is great job is always could not do without you great job by Bob Cooper and mark Cannizzaro again.

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"CBS sports radio I went back it's a home stretch you a couple more minutes to go before we send off the to Evan Roberts of the beautiful Westchester in New York CBS sports radio nationally to opening goal with the hearing of course WFAN in New York eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four CBS before this article I want to get this out now before if I don't get a chance at the end of the show but the river job being done here by eight thirty PM and also had to be doing terrific jobs I want to give you a pop for what you're doing so thank you so much he's back at the shop in Manhattan Mahdi to Westchester joins us body how are you hi Joe I'm actually one year behind the a like start falling sports full time in nineteen sixty two I heard your mount Rushmore of remote place which I found very interesting I like to give you my take on guns being a life one Yankee fan my mount Rushmore of Yankee players well the fact that I started watching the team sixty so obviously I had to put my key in there he's now let me let me stop you for a second because you're talking about the mount Rushmore of Yankee players you've seen that I've seen you're not talking Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe Mickey mantle because to me that's probably what it is what I'm saying right okay okay long time obviously somebody has the PMR number one of course two others that came to mind immediately with Derek Jeter and Mariano rightly said frontage okay the fourth one was very difficult because I was going back and forth between Thurman and don Mattingly and you know what I had to go with Berman I mean he was a heart and soul that Los Anke teams will like seventies or three straight World Series of two championships nothing against don don is up there I mean he'd be back for a while I had to put like an honorable mention of course but those are my four I know I mean you know the Yankee fan we follow the team for almost fifty years was sixty is even there's so many great players and and and and terrific ball players that that passed by I mean I think a Ron kitrey inbox your sermon yeah I know I'm guilty of course but the four that I gave you all my top top all Whitey Floyd reason mantle in Elston sure so many I mean but you gotta put yellow to red you don't show up for show up in the late seventies yes them Paul o'neill right and we have so many but I would say those were like a would be my top four yeah I mean I think you'll get a lot of money that's pretty good I I will say it is if you're going to do and I appreciate the call Marty you go to mount Rushmore Yankees it really comes down to four guys I'm in all due respect the Marriott all the Derek Jeter to don Mattingly to Thurman Munson too you know Whitey whoever you want to give me the mount rice when I did see him all play obviously the mount Rushmore Yankees has debate Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe DiMaggio and Mickey mantle I mean to me that's it in all due respect yogi Berra could you know obviously D. A. there's so many guys bill Dickey we can go on and on with all the great players yeah because of that Roger Maris's name needs to be in there at some point kind of gets lost in the shuffle what is a great Yankee we all know that you know so many different guys but I think that yeah if you're doing it from nineteen sixty one sixty two that's that's a good list that's a solid list you gotta put GT or you gotta put Mickey there you gotta put Marianna there like you said the fourth guy gets a little cough you wanna put Mattingly months in whatever you know Roger Maris whatever puts a meter the old equivocal mount Rushmore of the Yankees has to be the Babe the iron horse the Yankee clipper and the Mick those are the guys all right let's continue on with solely in Brooklyn Sally how are you what are you doing today I'm good so how are you the Warner mount I got it that you would but Yankee numbers but I tell you one thing the baby is the only guy that I would make the exception what maybe it's always homegrown spot the vanish I mean I love called I love o'neill the but yeah quick joke before I give you a binge watch to help you get through the next few weeks okay I just wanted to talk about games before glauben I know you remember because you got the best football memory of anybody the name is United game that they didn't get to play in the Super Bowl nineteen seventy two yes was played in seventy two United goes with three ninety two name it goes both one ninety six correct six dot seven speak much down yeah there was a stretch in that game well it was five straight touchdowns name of came on one play eighty two yard off the field United comes on thank god don't think dunk down the field like twelve plates such that they become god seventy one yards seventy two yards out like that one place off the field United comes on same thing eight ten twelve play drive get the bugs on it David comes live another sixty eight yard a big touchdown off the field he was three for three with like two hundred and thirty yards three touchdowns on three plays in that game that was the best game ever to watch forty four thirty four was the final score jets won the game it was weak through nineteen seventy two I think it was September twenty fourth of seventy two was the start of the season later a little later it was only a fourteen game season back then so and never forget worry you'll football memory them habitable it's amazing I got a crazy at the numbers you've got a crazy egg but anything football listen one quick thank you yes I want to binge watching Joe you like any shows you know I'm not I gotta be honest with you so yeah I'm not a big binge watching guy you know I mean I'm not that's not really what I might DO to beyond what he got what he got for me anyway I'm going to give you something HBO John H. B. O. it's called that what the guy that played in justified given the old spot he played a as a share of the yeah Ian McShane this is like the old this is like the wild west days with talking about right this was this was back in deadwood North Dakota when it was a territory right after I called the guy and gal okay I'm going and it was a territory so they didn't have any more and they it was a three day the thing I think it was thirty thirty Dick that this does show the best television I've ever watched any show that you know name whatever the best game of thrones whatever people are into myself included best show ever and you the type of guy listed you for so many years you would love it if you'll you'll get started you won't you won't walk away I appreciate sol solid thanks for the call they carry self fed would divert about it I know is on HBO like I said it's kind of like you said right after a little big horn and general customer and all that but I'm not I've never been eighty eight I'm not a page watcher guy you know I mean I've never kind of been I've never been like that I'm not I'm not I'm not one that's going to sit down for three hours yeah my wife actually celebrated she actually watched it how is that right my wife telling me my overnight days back which is believed to be a hundred years ago now she would actually watch that would sell it's you know a little bit about it you know little bit about it was that wasn't my deal I don't know what she says I I II okay I I understand what he's saying well it's Terry's Terry's walking around saying something about what they would say that would sell but that she would watch your back in the days when I was doing the overnights now a hundred years ago I guess two thousand and four was my last year doing the overnight so a long long time ago look we're at the end here we only got about a minute I don't even want to get caught forty seconds I want to thank all the call is great job is always could not do without you great job by Bob Cooper and mark Cannizzaro again to.

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"New York so we got it back on the van eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six okay to get back to the radio stuff reserve for you have his numbers up there you can participate in this one too I'm looking it over I mean I know we lived it but you got to refresh your memory here with the numbers he was as exciting a player as the franchise's had certainly for Nick appear to time he was a four time all star you know about the batting title by then I was kind of done with them in two thousand ten two thousand eleven to me wasn't the same player but you look at the years he had an old five six seven and eight and they were very good years now is it Mets hall of fame more the probably retire number now now retired number and I look back on fortunately you're gonna remember ray is along with you know we're right in that core of two thousand six seven eight that didn't win an O. six and that collapse in oh seven and same thing in two thousand eight that's it they had a window to be a great team and they didn't do it Reyes had his postseason moment in two thousand six leading off game six well the home run the place is going nuts I was game six right if my memory serves me correct it was I was there yeah right the place is going nuts member the white towels to start what do you think producer fleas manhole fame I mean no question for me yeah I'm also younger so based on the way they're putting guys in their halls right now he's good enough for me he is a met all time great he spent ten years old overall I would say with the franchise I would definitely not retire his number the Mets hall of fame yeah why not yeah you're right let's look at the players who were in the mess hall of fame do they have that up there somewhere I know like Mookie Wilson is there then Ron Darling and Ron Darling in the Keith I believe see if we could see who's in that I mean obviously the obvious ones with Seaver and guys like that to Gary Carter's in there oh no wait this is hall of fame inductees I'm looking at I want to see the Mets Holly area Mets hall of fame let's see each piazza Gianfranco strawberry Davey Johnson Frank Cashen Dwight Gooden Tommie Agee Gary Carter Keith Hernandez Mookie Wilson and then obviously some some guys from you know the sixty nine your sixties and beyond and this year they're inducting Alfonso Ron Darling Jon Matlack all right okay then you Darling that's this year so Darling Alfonzo and Matlack hopefully this season if we see one Alfonso to me maybe didn't have it for the extended period but he was a better player for the shorter period he was more impactful player I mean even with the odds of the team Alfonzo was one of the better who better hitters in baseball for that period at least in ninety nine even two thousand before you ended up with the back issues I don't know five throw away when he's playing just about every day he missed like ten games combined the four seasons leading off every game for that for that team had great numbers all four years that's four years in a row the Mets had winning seasons I know they make the post season right out of the four but where else the New York Mets history can you look to as a yeah they had a winning season four years in a row led the league in plate appearances at bats led the league in hits in two thousand eight led the league in stolen bases three years in a row right wrestles three out of fear there you go I mean it it does and it was leaking batting average in two thousand eleven any hit career to eighty three header I mean that's not bad for a guy that was a wild swinger the problem is in a big spot you could pitch to raise I love them in two thousand six matter Baghdad throwback eighty six Jersey of Jose Reyes I love them but I don't take back in the day when I got jurors at intake getting players jerseys lightly and I remember loving remember get into geo we still live together at the time NGO then like race and he turned out to be right even like him saying that you could pay you in a big spot is not clutch is like when you talk about a little sick she was great you mention to produce legal five oh six even beyond he had the good numbers but there was always something off with him it was good defensive player to canton for you'd kill that raises prime now over sorry yeah hello he should be for sure Mets hall of fame maybe they put him in with right one day together right there was a chance he I don't know it's rather have less each of them have their own day that's especially because David Wright deserves his own day right and right popping up his number retired race is not there and and honestly I would not retire writes number just for on field purposes but for everything else I can understand why the Mets would do that yeah I mean he's the kind of guy he's not a perfect player but for a franchise that has so sorely lacked even great to really good position players its entire existence he's a guy that people need pick when he's on the team and then you go another decade without having a player who can even come close to doing what he could do on the field yeah I guess the same met fan base that always want to criticize Carlos Beltran U. SS best meanwhile they're trying now guys when those guys around like the error Campbell's and Eric young John Mayberry's of the world you know it is there for you look at the Aggies monument park Billy Martin Derek Jeter Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe DiMaggio Mickey mantle yogi bear I mean Joe Tories and their Roger Maris Rizzuto Monson forty tomorrow legends Mattingly no passado maybe is a solid equivalent to a guy like ray as right your Vera Reggie Jackson Pettit guys who are whole Famers were all time greats for the team but they're consistent all stars is o'neil Montaner we have known it was there I'm looking at the place where my looking at here let's retire numbers are just one over okay I thought for sure o'neal was there that's Yankee retired numbers yeah Tino Martinez gets a plaque give me a break Tina okay Tino Martinez be a monument park the Yankees a plaque Neil yes I would agree with that Bernie yes same bank Tino Martinez Kamal goose Gossage is well give jury we mention west twenty years is Jose Reyes a top five met position player probably I would say probably the only guys I can think to immediately put in front of him no question are right Beltran and I mean there were times early in their careers were there you can make an argument that Jose races better overall player than David right and maybe piazza you can include in there because that's when the bulk of his career with the Mets came years wise right after two thousand twenty year right two thousand one to two thousand seven hearsay and since two thousand who were the best position players play for the Mets the Beltran to me is probably number one I've always said that and I love to be there's no question about trans number yeah I know a lot of people like him yeah when you look at the numbers he is he's clearly number one agreed yeah this again because you're knocking off at least a year and a half for piazza because were not included in this window would you put Delgado winner much shorter sample I'll tell you though Delgado he was a beast a beast any gets overlooked because of everybody else everybody loves ray is and right and everybody loved or not maybe at the time they did love Beltran Carly was almost like the glue of that line up all my goodness he they lost a lot when he went down thirty eight and one fourteen twenty four eighty seven thirty eight and one fifteen does your idols only three years but two of those years warm at two thousand six and two thousand and eight war monster and two thousand seven would have been like that but he played about twenty less games and you know hit what sh fourteen less homers and drove in a bunch was wrong because he was hurt he also got off to a good start in two thousand nine before he got hurt yeah I remember that we made Citi field looks small a couple times a was the only one to make your point I could do it yeah and it was was that by Davis take over from that didn't work out but I mean Delgado man those year two thousand sixty civically him Beltran and met standard officers like that with two players come on and again bell trying to raise two guys I met fans love to NIT pick now you kill to have either one a guy like that you're here exactly when you will be equivalent what it what did they do that nine years after that between those guys and then when they traded for census in twenty fifteen think about the offense as we look at you know all we had Alonso and make meal might one day soon be able to be put on this list well because it's the match you really only need three or four years like we're considering Delgado McNeil and allowed to give you two more years similar to what they did last year and yet you're willing to put them up in this list because the matches they don't have a great history of position players and a lot of ones they do have they don't have them for the entire career or the majority of their career and that's the you know like you Keith Hernandez came along later in his career Gary Carter later in his career again so I've met fans love guys like McNeil Alonso because their home grown and we can fantasize all maybe this guy plays here for the next fifteen years yeah and it never works out like that but the Yankees just turn about it's sometimes you could say that the Mets you know I know people so I like that they haven't retired many numbers what what numbers are they gonna retire I know they're doing Kuzmin this year the Yankees have a bunch of numbers retired they have a bunch of legends you know maybe they overdo the mom the plaques in monument park and the Mets don't do that with the whole thing but again you look at the quality of players that the Yankees have had in comparison there is no comparison significant in the eighties.

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The Yankees are going to run into a problem in the next fifty or sixty years the New York Yankees because they will not have enough numbers to put out a full team they retired so many numbers that they they're literally down to seventy eight numbers right now the only one you know seventy eight different numbers the you can be on the Yankees are a lot of them are even taking you can't be number one two three four five six seven eight nine ten you can't be one and the Yankees that crazy where you can't be fifteen sixteen twenty twenty three thirty two thirty seven forty two forty four forty six forty nine and fifty one how long before they start putting triple digits on the Jersey they're gonna have to or put a letter in our age yeah he they wondered what I'll do a one the name of the player on the back of the Jersey in New York but put a letter on there well I mean look at look at the players are listen to this I know you're a sports fan crozier how about these and these people have been retired you know something or little about about almost all of them Billy Martin Derek Jeter Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe DiMaggio Joe Torrey Mickey mantle yogi Berra Roger Maris Phil Rizzuto Thurman Munson Whitey Ford don Mattingly Elston Howard Casey Stengel Mariano Rivera Reggie Jackson any bombing any Pettitte I'll run get re and Bernie Williams Elson Howard the only name I didn't know I know Elson Howard and I didn't know why George basada otherwise we gonna throw out you can't you know and they they retire number eight yogi Berra but bill Dickey had it before they retired it so they retired bill Dickey and yogi bear as number eight but you can't be one through ten on the Yankees not while that is a a crazy now I'm conversely the Los Angeles Clippers you can be any number you want all is not one or retired old Jersey not one there are there are players that are in the hall of fame that play for the club for the clippers that's probably correct yeah but but not one retired Jersey nobody went out into the hall of fame I don't think as a clipper Elgin Baylor I don't think he did I think he won as a Laker than any I think so and provide probably by down here is amazing that you know the clippers have been around for forever I'm you know since the set late sixties early seventies and they do not have one retired jerseys we're talking about like that the charges yesterday the NBA's got that the the a share in the revenue sharing thing and I think just for so long the clippers had an owner that just did not care about spending money on getting those writers yeah and and a so like it Paul Allen had owned or or what's his name that owned the clippers full of long before now they be more competitive it had better anger it's just this one time stands one half percent time but yeah Elgin Baylor number twenty two when in as a Laker and he's rehearsed your numbers retired as later later several chamberlain Elgin Baylor Gail good good ridge Magic Johnson Kareem Abdul Jabbar Shaquille o'neal James worthy Jerry west Jamal Wilkes I'm high I think kneels and also why Kobe Bryant they they retired both of Kobe Bryant's numbers eight and twenty four it's that's unbelievable but you're right I'll tell you a quick story about the clippers I had a friend who has since passed away but he has to be a an agent a sports agent he's tire sports I mean he represented sports figures and you know baseball basketball hockey and I fell and there was one guy who was the the it was on the clippers and he was gonna shopping around as a free agent and nobody else really wanted them and so you went back to the clippers and he was making six million dollars a year and said okay we're gonna sign for three more years for six million dollars a year and I what's his name is the guy who owned the clippers what's the name silver what's it what's the guy's name used on the the end the clippers the guy got rubble oh my god I've were all the people yelling at the rate you early yeah so Donald sterling said no no it's five million then now I season so he goes back to his client because you know we screwed up now there what they one off you five million a season any since grown because I'm not plain formed because all set out a season because I wouldn't say that it sees you guys if you set out of season you might sit out the rest your career he said just go play for five suck it up and you know we'll get you some endorsements or something else going on and work to try to get you another team so he goes back to Donald sterling and says okay Mike I'll sign for five and Donald sterling says and now it's for the house see is not crazy at sterling that's why there are no retired jerseys is at staples with the the eye chart with the clippers give him four million and one of those visors that that check was we used to wear face after yeah when I was a beekeepers outfits let's classic all right we're live on KFI heard everywhere on the I heart radio apps.

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:13 min | 3 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"All right, ten twenty two but go, rob. In mid day. We'll get some calls in here jumping why not Joe in valley stream, Ricky Henderson. How are you? How are you? Joe how are you guys show? Thank you, real quick. I want to hear your take two points with the Yankees. I'm twenty seven years old. And I've had the pleasure to watch Brian Cashman roll out. A lackluster Gardner, whomever, manifested into what all Yankee fan store, he should be why they resigned them is beyond me. Now, they roll them out as the leadoff hitter. That they know it's mind boggling to watch but ten years DJ declared choice. He's not flying batting ninth. Batting title winner walks. Doesn't strike out everything you can't do want to get your thoughts on. I think that's the guy in the short term. Because to me are and Hicks should lead off when he's healthy. What one thing I will say, I don't know what you what you ever expected, Gordon that A B. Did you expect him to be some kind of a Supercell expect them not to be here? No, no, no. I understand that. But I mean, he said for the last ten years never materialized into what you. I mean, I don't know what you expected Brett Gardner. Look. I that I use it a decent play. If am I mean, he's not a superstar. But he's been a solid Yankee. Yeah. That I'm with you on Joe, I think he's been a very good Yankee for the last decade. I think he was never a superb NAS back you'd ever not expected him to be anything. He wasn't. I just think and we talked about this during the off season that they needed to upgrade, right micro. Brantley is a legitimate upgrade. I mean, there's no question offensively. And he's everything that Yankee fans want a guy who puts bat on ball. What Gartner does? Well, even when he's struggling with. I'll give him credit, and he did it actually in this game yet had an eleven pitch at the terminal what he will give you those long at that. And that's great. It'll give you that war of an at bat. He's a part of the reason why Dylan Bundy had to throw ninety three pitches in three and two thirds innings. He still does that very very well. I think DJ LeMay, Hugh is the kind of guy who in the short term could fill it or be that leadoff hitter. Because he puts the bat on the ball. He gets on basis we saw yesterday. And if he had five times yesterday, right? Yeah. Five times to walks a hit batsman singles including one in the ninth inning. He could be that option. But to me what Aaron Hicks itself the lead him off. But when we'll be healthy. When will he be back in the lineup? We'll see let's go to Robby and Lennox. Hi, rob. Hey, guys. How are you? First of all, congratulations to your islanders. Well done. I was going to say that to you to broken. Congrats. Congrats. By being a diehard raider faculty of Jeff Gordon contracts way drafted when he was assistant with Boston brought in Berge, Iran, and he bought and try to in a road rage Rangers. Come on got to give you a factoid you ready for this? Yes. First time ever first time since the devils moved here from Colorado that we have a season where the islanders are in the playoffs and the devils and Rangers are not that sounds attribute a lot of the range of the devils. Do a lot of injuries that are really good player to their best player. But anyway, wanted to talk about the NCAA about the Yankees first of all the NCAA great job. Great job, really happy for coaches, or what I thought I I'm not a big fan with with just asking when it comes to access and that was because to me. Got the ball in lots play on the wing stop on the wing and Barrett takes shot about the Yankees guys. When you guys made a great point you made some great points yesterday. I still a big fan of Aaron Boone's. I know they one hundred games last year. But there were basically a five hundred team in the middle of the end of the season. My probably the Yankees this is their defense accord defense, and the fact that LeMay was batting ninth. Well, maybe should be banning. I I don't understand Aaron put you got Stanton and judge banning behind each other to me guys the biggest albatross for this team was a Stanton trade because the stamping trade. No sense. Because right now, Bryce Harper could be playing the Yankees on the left side. All right. The Yankees got no left handed back and last year. In the off season. You guys talked about we made this a huge factor with the Yankees, the Yankees don't have enough handed consistency because they don't have enough left handed back. So I don't really understand Cashman's trying to do here. But only know is that we have a bad defensive team in the in the infield. And you have a lack of left handed power, lack of consistency. A Yankee fan you're not gonna win the postseason these guys again robbery. Talking to happen. I think what happened is that Brian Cashman disagrees with us. I don't think he sends that. There was an importance to bringing left-handed bats because there were guys out there in oh both of us agree. Daniel Murphy was a great fit now. Unfortunately for Daniel going on the DL, I Al the less. I notice should be. They should call this list. Now, the unable to playlist that the unable you. Unable to play. Okay. Instead of the injured Lizzy unable. These are the U T R U UT, no UTP on able to play whatever you wanna call it at bottom line is Dan Murphy's. I always are and Michael Bryant leasing Houston. But I think it was just that Cashman didn't en- doesn't value left-handed bats, putting more left bats in this lineup and guys who may contact. We are starting to see teams think that contact matters. Even though there's been a ton of strikeouts. Over the first couple of days of the baseball season. But the Yankees are very right handed, and they've got a lot of guys that strike out. And we knew that based on what they did this offseason. Let's go to Matt and Saddlebrook. Hey, matt. Hey, what's going on guys evidence? Such a big fan of your show that I was just listening to Howard what you say Brentwood successful. And I switched over to. Oh, really well good for Britain. Is I was getting worried that he was never going to be successful with him and his wife trying what they were trying good for him. Exactly. So that was the last caller kinda took a little bit of my point. But I think if you wanna make an immediate difference in this line of you've got us somehow sandwich someone between jobs, and you got I mean, they don't really have. Greg bird was hitting the perfect guy to break up the right? But you can't rely on that. So I would I would have Luke voice that third, and then I would move stand to fourth just to break up those that strike out. You know, it's funny met I mentioned before I think Andrew Harrison option gleyber Torres is somebody to think about they're not ideal. Ideally, who wouldn't be any of those guys. But I'll tell you the fact that even in a good year judge in Stanton, probably strikeout close to four hundred times, which is an awfully high number. Yeah. You wanna find someone to sandwiched between them, you know, maybe it is Aaron Hicks when he's healthy. I still think Aaron Hicks. Ideally would be a leadoff hitter. Because he gets on base thirty eight percent of the time. But right now, I think the biggest problem with finding a guy to sandwiched between those two is that. It just isn't an ideal fit there. Just isn't somebody? That's perfectly DJ LeMay you clean up. I guess you could could you stand aids? Cleanup isn't the same. Not at all. In fact, it sounds like the number two holes almost like the clean up spot anymore. Yeah. No question over the weekend. The Arizona Diamondbacks had Wilmer Flores start. I think it was two games. You want to hear the two spots in the lineup. Wilmer Flores four three and one. Oh, he's laying he lent on every member of north of Metz not out of the game. A few times never leading off though. Now, I never saw that. No, let's go to Mike in Half Moon, New York. Hey, Mike, Mike. Hey, guys. What's going on? Yeah. I can't believe I'm actually calling you up. Explain about the eight when Yankee fans do this. But I think it really is a concern. I know it's only been three games. But I called you guys a bunch of times last year the safety concerns about this team about situational hitting. They can't hold runners over one hundred games last year. But you guys see the break this made splits here for the weekend. They were ten per fifty six runners on page five for twenty nine with runners to score position tool for twelve yesterday alone runners to score position with fourteen strikeouts. For two straight games with twenty nine men on base against the war team in baseball. Me this is going to change. It didn't change last year. The three games that has issue because they didn't do anything to change it. I mean, I didn't think the Yankees had a bad off season. But let's look at the line of what did they do to change that from a year ago, they had a DJ, Hugh? That's it. Yeah. No. You're right. I think LeMay Mayhew is a good situational hitter. He's a right hand hitter. But he is a guy that can put bat on ball. He is a good situational hitter. And he can get on base. Like we saw yesterday. This guy won a batting title a few years ago. But outside of that, I don't think it's fair to just expect Giancarlo Stanton to be somebody different. He's not going to be somebody different. He is. He is Tony in Yonkers, Tony, our, you know, you guys are right? Got Gardner much ado about nothing regarding the nightspot still give you a long it back and gives you a solid that a clutch it bad when the chips are down. He owns to go up to we put it in the nice spot, you know, insanity game. But a lot of people forget is when he became a prominent role. What he has. Now, they slow pitch softball score era baseball with ending it became more pitching oriented with matchups less offense. So he painted a era. Oh, nine channel eleven twelve thirteen fourteen especially with the Yankees where Yankees actually scratch for runs in two thousand thirteen or fourteen and fifteen and you weren't seeing three twenty forty homers hundred and forty RBI's anymore by and large that you saw a ninety seven seven. And and so he's a more respectable more solid because of. He had a much tougher areas coming up in. So, you know, a lotta guys that played in eleven and twelve to say, jeez. The numbers are down offensively. You know, what it is? Tony the Yankees have history of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio. And Brett Gardner is not that Brett Gardner has been all star game break orders guy. But he's been a good Yankee for twelve years. He's been really good defensively. He's probably deserved to win multiple gold glove. Only one once he led the league in stolen bases. Once. I think he was always disappointing base deal. I think we looked at him. Guy gets fifty sixty basis. He never really did that. But I think he was a solid Yankee and has been a solid Yankee for the last twelve years. So I don't know what was expected out of him when he came up, and wait, I don't think anybody thought he was going to be the next. Lou brock. I don't think anybody expected that. And I think he's been good for twelve years. The question is at thirty five years old is he going to be better than he was a year ago. He did not have a good year. Last year is batting average was down is on bass was down is stolen bases. Where everything was down. There was there was nothing up so year later does he ever renaissance or are we going to continue to decline? About him. And he's playing only because you know, starting only because Hicks is not playing his heart. I mean, that's really true. I think so you don't think he would have played left field. Giancarlo at A, D H. Well, I mean, I guess. If they did they did bring the two first baseman up. I guess only because of that correct? You know, so I'm not convinced of that. Now. Gordon, I dunno garner may play his way into what you're saying. Yeah. Takes his back. Giancarlo plays left, which has always been my thought and in the D H spot is a lot of to heart. You know, what could end up happening and small sample size..

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"AM seven sixteen KFI. It's a hot dog of a story today with Jim Bohannon on the offbeat. With another baseball season. Here Stewart j Salihi has written my life and the Yankee Stadium. Forty years as a vendor and other tales of growing up somewhat in the Bronx. Where are you pretty much have to hang out at Yankee Stadium? Oh, I think it's a law in the products have. Yes, Stewart was vendor for four decades while I was fortunate to to get a job there when I was a teenager and it lasted for forty years. Most of the vendors had other jobs because the games were essentially night games. During a lot of vendors were teachers one was an assistant principal. I remember. So it was a perfect second job for people in Stewart's case I went to acting school during the day. And then that kick started my acting career sounds easy the balancing act of balancing one job versus another and keeping your sanity and your physical health. It just was really focused a focus two and a half three hours of, you know, concentrated work is going up and down those steps and ultimately like any job a job. That's a physical job it just catches up to you as you get older. And so I had to give it up but only after working twenty five hundred Yankee Stadium events more than Lou Gehrig. Joe dimaggio. Mickey Mantle or Derek Jeter. What's even more amazing? Is that when I left there were fourteen guys that had worked more games than me? And a few of them are still there something else Stewart Jason realizes there's no credit cards or anything for vendor. So you make the sale and you turn in your cash end the night, and I tallied it up and threw my hands. I may. Change for over four million dollars by life in Yankee Stadium is available from Amazon the vending game and our next report tomorrow at this time, the offbeat I'm Jim Bohannon America.

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on KOMO

"Sale. Three sixty. It's a hot dog of a story today with Jim Bohannon on the offbeat. With another baseball season. Here Stewart j sully has written my life in Yankee Stadium. Four years as a vendor and other tales of growing up somewhat saying in the Bronx. Where are you pretty much have to hang out at Yankee Stadium? Oh, I think it's a law in the Bronx have yes Stewart was a vendor for four decades fortunate to to get a job there when I was a teenager and it lasted for forty years. Most of the vendors at other jobs because the games were essentially night games. During a lot of vendors were teachers one was an assistant principal. I remember. So it was a perfect second job for people in Stewart's case I went to acting school during the day. And then that kick started my acting career sounds easy the balancing act of balancing one job versus another and keeping your sanity have your physical health. It just was really focused focus two and a half three hours of. Concentrated work is going up and down those steps, and ultimately like any job a job that's a physical job. But just sorta catches up to you as you get older. And so I had to give it up but only after working twenty five hundred Yankee Stadium events more than Lou Gehrig. Joe dimaggio. Mickey Mantle or Derek Jeter. Even more amazing. Is that when I left there were fourteen guys that had worked more games than me? And a few of them are still there something else Stewart Jason realizes with no credit cards or anything for vendor. So you make the sale and you turn in your cash at the end of the night, and I tallied it up and threw my hands. I may change for over four million dollars by life in Yankee Stadium is available from Amazon the vending game and our next report tomorrow at this time, the offbeat I'm Jim Bohannon America.

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In Yankee Stadium forty years as a vendor and other tales of growing up somewhat sane in the Bronx. Where are you pretty much have to hang out at Yankee Stadium? Oh, I think it's a law in the products. And yes, Stewart was a vendor for four decades always fortunate to to get a job there when I was a teenager and it lasted for forty years. Most of the vendors had other jobs because the games were essentially night games during the a lot of vendors were teachers one was an assistant principal. I remember. So it was a perfect second job for people in Stewart's case I went to acting school during the day. And then that kick started my acting career sounds easy the balancing act of balancing one job versus another and keeping your sanity have your physical health. It just was really focused a focus two and a half three hours of concentrated work is going up and down those steps and ultimately like any job a job. That's a physical job it just sort of catches up to you as you get older. And so I had to give it up but only after working twenty five hundred Yankee Stadium events more than Lou Gehrig. Joe dimaggio. Mickey Mantle or Derek Jeter. What's even more mazing? Is that when I left there were fourteen guys that had worked more games than me? And a few of them are still there something else Stewart j sully realizes credit cards or anything for vendor. So you make the sale and you turn in your cash the end of the night, and I tallied it up and threw my hands. I made. Change over four million dollars by life in Yankee Stadium is available from Amazon the vending game. And our next report tomorrow at this time, the offbeat I'm Jim Bohannon America.

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"With other baseball season. Here Stewart j Selena has written my life in Yankee Stadium four years as a vendor and other tales of growing up somewhat in the Bronx. Where are you pretty much have to hang out at Yankee Stadium? Oh, I think it's a law in the products. And yes, Stewart was a vendor for four decades always fortunate to to get a job there when I was a teenager and it lasted for forty years. Most of the vendors had other jobs because the games were essentially night games during which a lot of vendors were teachers one was an assistant principal. I remember. So it was a perfect second job for people in Stewart's case I went to acting school during the day. And then that kick started my acting career sounds easy. The balancing act of balancing one job versus another and keeping your sanity have your physical health. It was really focused a focus two and a half three hours of concentrated work just going up and down those steps, and ultimately like any job, you know, in a job. That's a physical job. It just sorta catches up to you as you get older. And so I had to give it up but only after working twenty five hundred Yankee Stadium events more than Lou Gehrig. Joe dimaggio. Mickey Mantle or Derek Jeter. What's even more amazing? Is that when I left there were fourteen guys that had worked more games than me? And a few of them are still there something else Stewart j sully realizes there's no credit cards or anything for vendor. So you make the sale and you turn in your cash at the end of the night, and I tallied it up and threw my hands. I may change for over four million dollars by life in Yankee Stadium is available from Amazon the vending game. And our next report tomorrow at this time, the offbeat, I'm Jim Bohannon. America in the morning.

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"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"gehrig joe dimaggio" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"This is I mean, you wanna talk about World Series MVP thirteen time all star at cetera et cetera et cetera. Okay. Fine. One hundred eleven postseason innings pitched for Mariana Rivera over thirty two series in his postseason career. Forty two saves eleven earned runs. That's what it all on the line in a part of the season where somebody gets on first base and you as a fan big games over. That's it somebody that's on. I they're scoring and you're gonna blow it you're gonna lose. It Rivera was his close to anything of the end the game hippie automatic endgame button just merely entering as San man coming out of the pen is anybody ever and nobody's ever going to do this again point seven oh career postseason ERA. That's the lowest career postseason the ever. And I will say this. You wanna name the top five New York? Yankees of all time of all time since they put on pinstripes. Top-five Yankees of all time, Alex Rodriguez. No stop. Oh, stop it. Shut up. I mean trolling Mr. Bronson Arroyo over there. Okay. Babe. Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio. Mickey Mantle Mariano Rivera. And I know who I'm leaving off the list. Really? He's close though. He's close. No, no, no, no. I'm talking Yogi Berra Whitey Ford. And I know Derek Jeter who has you know, I say is the most perfect person that's ever been there. Easy. I'm rich. Lou.

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