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"hayter " Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:21 min | 2 weeks ago

"hayter " Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"If you don't pitch to tatis, you got to pitch to Soto or vice versa, like one of those guys, it's a shame that they'll cancel it. Machado is having a great year. You could make the case that the second best hitter on the market of the trade deadline was Josh bell. And then so I get down there, there's buzz like I've never seen before. Yeah. People are cheering the intros. No one's in a padre game for the intros. So soda walks four pitches on first. And then Josh bell walks. So now, Brandon drury, who's like the third because they got Josh hayter too. Brandon jury hits out an amazing he's kind of a journeyman and then as a 20 Homer, amazing year so far with the red. From Napoleon. Josh hater. The left close. Long hair. Long hair was having a rough time. So he's now not on Milwaukee anymore. Right, so he's on the part. So Brandon drury comes up and first at bat hits a Grand Slam. Right. Pickle loses its mind. And by the way, cronenworth and all star. So now the thing is they have these pro fars and they have best Friends. Yeah, they have these guys that train Christian. They have these guys that are hitting in the top 5, the really should be like 7, 8, 9. Now they are. Now they're 7, 8, 9. So now those guys are protected because you're going to get pitches. They want to sort of it's just great. This is also little like brockman math nerdy, but I love basically all teams and in the postseason. And in 2019, the probably the most important single play and brewer fans and nationals fans will remember this was in the wildcard game Josh hater was un hittable brewers were kind of winning by a lot. I don't know if you remember this one Soto hits a hard base hit to at least score run to the outfield. Trent Grisham, who's come in to kind of replace yelling 'cause he was hurt. Misses the ball. And it rolls all the way to the fence. And then because of that, Gresham gets traded because brewer's like, we don't want him around anymore. He gets traded goes to the party. So now all three of those players involved are on the Padres. It's amazing. The most important play of 2019. So when you even talk about all three of those guys, hater, Soto and Grisham are all in the game for the Padres. That's as close as the Padres get to a big postseason moment. So it's just combining the players. Two of their players screwed up in the wild card game for a different team. But this might be the Padres year to overtake a team like the Dodgers. I mean, the Dodgers are a juggernaut, but Padres are definitely making the playoffs now. Definitely making the play. I think you might see three playoff teams from the west. Again, let's chill. Last year, yeah, without soda. Last year, the Padres had the best record through 50 games. That's right. And then missed the playoffs when they were losing record. I mean, it's really hard to win. It's really hard to win consistently, even though the Padres lost the next night. The next day. Right. So the rockies, it's hard to win consistently. So what the Padres have done is they've on paper, put themselves in a spot where I don't think it's crazy that the Padres win, one of the next three World Series. It's always been crazy. By the way, they're 12 and a half. Yeah. But Kershaw's back hurt. They didn't get a pit. Are you saying the two and a half up in the wild card? So two and a half up in the wild card. They're in the wild card. They're in the wild card right now. And you see them plop probably over time playing better baseball down the street. It would be a series odds cut in half because of the Soto trade. They were like 20, 22 to one before they're not ten to one. And by the way, it would be amazing. It would be amazing to see them. It would be amazing. And I think the silver lining for the Dodgers is there was a world where they just ran away with this division, didn't really work on stuff. And I think the Padres will have to light a fire. They got to make sure that they may make the Dodgers better. I think so. I think the Dodgers will, I think the Dodgers will get caught if they just kind of believe their own press clippings. You gotta get tatis back. And have him back doing tatis thing. Yeah, I mean, they've done this without tatis and basically without Soto. When could he potentially get back? Do we think? Well, we're in it. It's supposed to be August. Yeah, he took some BP, I think, earlier this year. Yeah, he's like actually swinging. He's the most fun player. He's so he's so enjoyable. He should be the face of baseball. 100% moving forward. Not that Juan Soto shouldn't. I think it's so funny because I'm like tatis is a better ambassador for the game. Yeah, and Soto's good at kind of the things that the east coast doesn't appreciate about Mike Trout. The numbers. Like I think Soto's career on base percentage is like four 27. That's like crisp speaker, Ty Cobb, that's better than Mickey Mantle. 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"hayter " Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"hayter " Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"For USA Today and bob, you know how it goes this time of year. Trade deadline. Everyone wants to know about particular players, particular teams. So let's go rapid fire today, okay? Sounds good, buster. All right, what do we know about Shohei Ohtani, who is emerged into the trade market with just a few days to go. Hey, zero chance he gets traded. I'll be the shocker of all shocks. So now he's not going anywhere. I think they're just listening so that if they do have to move in this winter, he was not interested in setting a long-term contract. At least you know, who is interested in what teams are willing to offer. But that's it. I'll tell you what. If they traded a human, they have to give money back to all the sponsors or everything else. And this guy's making money for the club. Yeah, and I agree with you. I don't think he's going to be traded. I think this is a case of Perry manasse in their general manager listening. I would say that one team that could check a lot of boxes and making a trade for Otani, the Saint Louis Cardinals, because we know that when we talked about the potential of them being involved in the Juan Soto conversation, the feeling is, okay, well, soda would upgrade the offense. You still have a need for number one starting pitcher. Ohtani would feel both needs. So if you're John mozzarella, should you go in there and try to go in big? Sure, you can. Soto markets or Castillo market. But yeah, I don't think the angels are serious whatsoever. Just listening. And this guy, buster, he makes 20, $25 million a year for the angels. So are they really going to cut a check to all the sponsors? Okay, here's your money back. It would cost a lot of money just to trade them. So during the winter, perhaps that's probably not now. All right, Juan soda, what do we know? About 14 is being real aggressive on them. San Diego Padres, they're the favorites. It doesn't stay put. Seattle Mariners are right there. Saint Louis Cardinals. As you mentioned, rose Alec is in there in the Dodgers. And a dog just really don't need them. But they're involved. Their priority is to get Luis Castillo, but those four teams are going to be the most aggressive. Yeah, so what I was hearing yesterday from teams was they consider the Padres to be the favorite. What your sense? Yeah, I agree with that. And they jumped out right away and called and I'm not sure where the Mackenzie gore injury, how much that hurts. As far as getting a deal done for a soda. But yeah. In Seattle has urgency too. I mean, I mean the playoffs is 2001. If they don't make the playoffs, I think there's going to be some heads rolling up there. St. Louis, it definitely needed a starter. And so I think the work is still a soda. But they're involved. I agree. I think padre is particularly with AJ proller. He's more aggressive than anybody. They do have two, $300 million players on the roster. I don't think they're designing them long term. But at least you'd have them for a couple of years, then go ahead and flip them in two years from now. What do you hear on Luis Castillo? Because I hear he's going to get moved. Yeah. I mean, the court of the market, that guy, there was nobody close. Montas with his injuries and everything else. And he could just deal for next year or two. So I think it comes down to the Yankees and Dodgers. I don't rule out St. Louis, I don't rule out the final Blue Jays. Yankees and Dodgers, Yankees, been sobbing over this guy for years. So he's really the perfect fit. What do we know about the Baltimore Orioles who one of the teams at the tipping point on whether or not to buy or sell? And if they did decide to sell, they would have some interesting players. They would, I hope they don't, you know, you should reward those players from training where they have in playing good baseball being around 500. So if I'm the or else I don't move a guy, unless I get a nice return back, don't just do it for a French prospect. It's not fair to guys in that Clubhouse. And singing or anything else. They got a little careful here without completely destroying them around. You've touched on the Dodgers in the Castillo conversation. Also feels like that they're going to be aggressive in the bullpen market, especially with some uncertainty around Blake trying in. Yeah, absolutely. And Kimberly has been good, but not great. About three weeks ago or someone could brewers to talk to teams, they want to listen on Josh hayter method the movement, but listen thinking they can still win without them and getting our pieces back. So that would be a guy. I'd have to pursue the movement. Yeah, I agree. And they need some bullpen help for sure. So late any help. Okay, two interesting teams, again, at the tipping point on whether to buy or sell Red Sox, San Francisco Giants. What do you got on those two teams? Giants, of course, if they decided to sell Carlos rodon, you have Jack Peterson. Yeah, two good pieces of move. I mean, rodan, you're probably a little Larry just because he's had some poor second half. He's not pitching his will now, as he was in the season. He's one $25 million in two years, but he can walk out of it for one year. It's just what he does. I think Jack Peterson just what he did for Atlanta would be a good fit for a number of teams. So yeah, they're kind of a no man's land there as far as what to do. Boston, I can see them. Okay, well, hang in a burger. We'll hang in the divers. Jenny Martinez. Those are some great bits for teams. Yeah, Carlos rodon, I kind of wonder, if in fact the Giants decided to become sellers, maybe he's the guy that the Cardinals land for their rotation. They're going to get somebody. I don't know if it's going to be montas. I don't think it's going to be Castillo because the division dynamic and the reds are not going to want to deliver him to division rival and watch him pitch for the next two years. Rodan would be a rental for the Cardinals. He would be you had solar mainly too much Cincinnati. So he could be a fallback option. But yeah, I just think there's such a drop off Patrick Castillo. I do believe that the resident trade him a division just in a sense where, you know, how many times you're going to face them anyway, and it's not like the reds are going to contend next year. They pay a price. I think they did movement in St. Louis.

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"hayter " Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"hayter " Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Anywhere that you go is basically on the coast. It's a Sydney Brisbane Melbourne Adelaide on the east and then Perth on the west. And basically, nothing in the middle, right? Yeah. Do people drive coast to coast there? Not that I know of. Nothing. Yeah, I think it takes days and it's a terrible terrain. Yeah, there's nothing there, right? Yeah. Maybe a bit of sand. It sounds kangaroos. That's about it. Yeah. Koalas. So last question for you now that we're here in AW mentioned that there's a lot of people here that you want to work because they have a big match tonight with Jamie hayter. Have you ever worked with Jamie before? A little bit in England. Just for a second. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. And last week, of course, at rampage. Who else do you want to work with here? You kind of overall goal and AW. I have to get in there with Britt baker sometimes. You know? She causes a bit of a stir, so I need to get in there with her for sure. God, that's such a hard thing. And that's so good. Everyone. Did you ever work with shida or riho? They weren't stardom girls. They weren't stardom girls. I never got to work with them. So yeah, oh, that would be great. Actually, I lie. I tell a lie. When I was 17, I did a really quick tour in Japan for really quick, really random, and I randomly wrestle cheater in a time. 17. Yeah. Wow. That was a totally random just two shows I was still living in Australia at the time. I just did two shitty matches in Japan. I love that it was like my first surgeon was 19. Like, how the hell do we end up in Japan as teenagers? Like who would do that? Could you even do that now? Like would that ever be allowed in 2020? Like, you're freaking teenager. Yeah, all that that's the crazy pot I always thought about. The Japanese wrestling scene is you could literally have a match with a 14 year old girl out there and they're so good too. It's crazy. It's just, yeah. That's kind of the Commonwealth thing too in the UK and Australia start training very, very young. I was like 13 far too young. Right. I wouldn't recommend it. Last question for you, what's your favorite match that you ever had? Oh. Maybe me and Mako samora, the Mae young. I love that one. Oh, wow. Yeah, we had one 2018, I believe it was. So the Mae young classic was like, was it kind of a round Robin tournament to create a champion or was just a tournament winner? Yeah, I guess the idea was just to get in goes from anywhere and everywhere. And big tournament towards potential title match, which led me to beat Rhea Ripley for the NXT UK. So that kind of all flows. Did you win the tournament? I won my second tournament, yeah. Oh, you won the mayor. I want my young, man. That was good. That was fun. That's what I mean. I did have so many good times in WWE. So it's hard for me to be totally mad, I guess it just didn't work out. Who is your go to NXT? Like when you're doing the Mae young term, or obviously Triple H's. It was kind of the head of state. There was a guy that was kind of guiding you along and helping you out. Yes. I loved working for him. He helped a lot. I've worked with him and Shawn Michaels and road dog and see great, great people to learn from incredible. I got to learn from finlay a little bit there. I always took a lot of time and a great interest in the women's division. Phenomenal, yeah. Scotty too hardy. All those guys, I really got to learn a lot when I was there, so yeah, it's a bittersweet that it all went down like that, but super grateful. Super cool. Yeah. Yeah, I'm glad I got to experience all that while it lasted. And you're glad to be an AW. Yeah, look at me. You have such a, you can tell how happy you are to be here. I am really happy. Yeah, this place makes me totally happy and I'm over the moon. Well, it's great to have you and you have to get ready for your match tonight. Thank you. Thanks, Tony, it was awesome. Thank you..

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Peralta dominates for 7 innings, Brewers 2-hit Braves 1-0

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00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Peralta dominates for 7 innings, Brewers 2-hit Braves 1-0

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"hayter " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"hayter " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By Sean hayter premiered at Sundance last year and will likely be at this year's Oscars The main character is the only one in her family who can hear She wants to be a singer I've never had before You're the girl with a depth family Yeah Actor Troy kotzer who is deaf plays the father in coda and is an expected nominee Rounding out the list is licorice pizza writer director Paul Thomas Anderson's nostalgic look back at the San Fernando valley in 1973 It stars first time actors Cooper Hoffman son of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman and Alana heim who sings with her sisters in the real-life rock band heim You're not cool And your breast smells In a year with so much uncertainty over live events the Oscars are set to be held in person again on March 27th back at the Dolby theater in Hollywood NPR news In stressful times it's helpful to be reminded of all the good people out there willing to step up That's a theme of a new podcast with a team at hidden brain It's called my unsung hero and it features stories from people such as leche day of old saybrook Connecticut In 2017 dey's mother Stephanie fal died of Alzheimer's But years earlier before anyone knew about her disease false life was pretty normal She lived about 45 minutes from day and often stopped by to spend time with her two granddaughters One day fal didn't show up Even though she'd driven to her daughter's house hundreds of times she got lost in the drive By the time she realized that she was lost it turns out she was in Rhode Island So when she realized she pulled over to a gas station and I think she approached a young man at one of the pumps And she must have explained to him that she was lost and I think it probably in the conversation that she had with this stranger he must have realized that my mother suffered from memory loss So this perfect stranger to something I think is pretty remarkable You know he could have done nothing at all but instead he told my mother to go ahead and get back in her car and follow him And so he drove from wherever they were in the state of Rhode Island All the way into the middle of Connecticut to central Connecticut where she lived And he kept her in his rearview mirror the entire time And my mother was you know a pretty slow and careful driver So I'm guessing that that trip one way probably took him easily an hour and a half just to get her back home My mother did show me a slip of paper that this man had given her And all it said was his first name Jason And there was a four zero one telephone number a Rhode Island exchange And eventually that slip of paper disappeared I don't know if my mother threw it away or if I cleaning out her house eventually maybe maybe I somehow misplaced it So if I knew who Jason was and if I could if you were standing in front of me today I would say thank you.

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"hayter " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"hayter " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Area where there's an extravagant diorama another 19th century technology set up here like a Dutch painting like a memento mori still life but this is a memorial to some of the black people who have been killed by police Curator Tom eccles says weems looks at our divided country are divided politics and makes it personal As a viewer and she doesn't let you off the hook and I think that's what gives it a real resonance and power But I hope that I'm doing that in a way that allows for deeper kind of journey a deeper personal journey the kinds of questions that we have to ask ourselves about who we are what we are who we want to be how we want to engage the world In other words she says this is the shape of the world Do you want it to change badly enough to change yourself At the end you can reflect on that question You walk inside a mesh curtain and there's a large glowing photograph of the moon Leading up to it is a staircase and a door You can sit in front of that door for a long long time You can wonder if it opened Whether you would go through Jennifer vanasco WNYC news Support for WNYC comes from Apple original films presenting coda screenplay written by and directed by Sean hayter starring newcomer Emilia Jones and Marley matlin more at FYC Apple TV plus dot com rated PG-13 On last week's wait wait Luke Burbank refused to believe Boris Johnson's denials that his office held in the legal Christmas party Yeah he looks like he was.

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"hayter " Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:45 min | 10 months ago

"hayter " Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"One of the Dodgers saying, we're not the same team we were offensively last year. So this will be a great series. This thing is so far from being over. The Dodgers pitching is still so good. Walker Bueller and game three had bet the house on that guy. But Atlanta's pitching is very, very good. Now, he said that that Dodger said that to you before max months, he got hurt, right? Because that's the absence. That's a player that you feel during this series so far. If you like, boy, you throw a max muncy with the quality of his at bats into this situation and it's just gonna feel very different. Yeah, the same guy told me buster that max muncy has been our best offensive player, quote, by a lot this year. That's how good max muncy has been. You take out middle of the order hitter 35 Homer guy and just as important guy who sets the tone. This is how we play here. We wait, we wait to hit a pitch. We don't chase. That's who max muncy is. And they're missing him terribly. There's no way around that. I've told you the story about going up to Bruce bochy during the World Series in 2014 and saying, hey, boat, I'm trying to keep track. Are you a complete idiot today? Are you a genius? 'cause I feel like that's always the nature of how managers are viewed in the postseason if it works out. They're a genius. If it doesn't work out there and they are complete idiot, that's what I felt like, you know, in the aftermath of the scrutiny, the Dave Roberts is getting for bring in Julio Harris last night, he was brought in in the 8th inning to face a series of left handed hitters. It didn't work out. The braves went up scoring some runs. Dave was asked to explain his decisions after the game. And I, Tim, I kind of feel like this is just a domino from how the Dodgers got to this moment. Basically throwing the kitchen sink a game 5 to get past the Giants in the division series again having to go to the kitchen sink in game one having another bullpen game. Eventually that's going to catch up with you and you're going to have to reach for solutions and not everything is going to work out and on top of that, as you mentioned with the offense, it's just no margin for error. Yeah, Berkshire Waller taught me a long time ago buster. Just because what you do doesn't work out doesn't mean it was the wrong move. And just because something does work out, doesn't mean it was the right move, okay? Look, I wasn't even surprised when Maria came in the game last night because the Dodgers started Cory conable in back to back games. All the rules have changed for all the teams in the postseason. Even the Dodgers, even with their depth of pitching, this is what they do. Look, they brought a Rhea in part so they could get Ozzy albies to bat right handed and he ended up getting a bloop single to right field. Arias is pitching in relief. He's been a starter. If anyone can handle something like this, it's him. It was his throw day. And Dave Roberts said he's still going to start on in game four. It's not a problem. And when matures are only throw 79 pitches, then the equation changes again. So it's not that it was a series of great moves by Dave Roberts, but to criticize him roundly for this. I'm just not seeing it because again, this is how postseason baseball works. Starters are relievers, levers or starters, and they're all interchangeable. How about Austin Riley in his emergence this year? You know, a guy who is confounded by breaking balls and now is one of the best players in the national league and certainly one of the best players this postseason. Yeah, he's been great. Kevin sites has done a great job with him. And Chipper Jones worked with him also. And they told me that chipper essentially told him coming into the season, look, you're really good, man. You don't even know it yet. Just trust your hands and don't panic in any situation. And that's what Austin Riley told us during the brewers brain series that whether he's in a slump, whether he's down in the count, whether he's going well or going poorly, don't panic. So he's able to just keep his hands back and trust what he's doing up there and man is he hit the ball hard of the postseason. And that braves brewer series. He was the best hitter on the field for either team in my mind from what I saw. And now he's had two enormous hits here in games one in game two of this series. As great as the braves have been recently, can you possibly explain Freddie Freeman in the first two games this series? Strikeouts and 7 straight plate appearances? Yeah, buster. This is why I say this all the time. But this is why baseball is so great. The last time I saw Freddie Freeman, he had a home run off of Josh hayter to end that series. And then he strikes out 7 straight 7 consecutive plate appearances in the postseason. The only guy who's done 8 is David justice in 2001. Freddy Freeman is as good a hitter as there is in the game today, and you can say that for the last almost ten years. But only in this sport, can you be the best hitter and strike out 7 times in a row in the postseason to know? I can't explain the buzz rather than just say this is why baseball's so great. The best NBA jump shooter doesn't miss 20 straight three pointers. That's what striking out 7 times in a row in the postseasons like. And that's why baseball is so great is that the best players aren't always the best players. The way I saw some criticism on social media yesterday, he's got to stop trying to hit the ball the other way, and I'm like, oh, stop. Like my reaction to some of it is this is just a player, and you can see it and you know Freddie, like I know Freddie, he's in his own head right now, and eventually he'll break out of it. I'll never forget a conversation that had with him when he was in a slump in 2017. And once he got through it, I asked him, hey, what was the key to getting through? He said, I stopped being an idiot, and I just decided I'm not going to expand the strike zone. And he went back to his checkpoints and I would expect that's what's going to happen between now and game three. And before the Josh hater game, he told me and Ravi, he said, yeah, I stink. I just think right now. And then he gets a slider right here and doesn't miss it and they advance on one of the biggest homers in franchise history. So it's typical self deprecating Freddie Freeman that's eating them up, but he'll figure it out because Greg walker, one of his hitting coaches long time ago once told me most low maintenance great hitter I've ever seen. He.

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Tellez HR, throw spark Brewers over Braves 2-1 in Game 1

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00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Tellez HR, throw spark Brewers over Braves 2-1 in Game 1

"First baseman routed to less made an impact on offense and defense helping the brewers to a two to one win over the Braves to less broke about tense pitcher's duel by lifting a two run Homer off Braves starter Charlie Morton in the bottom of the seventh inning it snapped the scoreless game to let is also help stave off a Braves first inning threat started a rare first base to home plate double play it helped also to Braves rally with runners at the corners and nine out brief scored their lone run in the eighth on Jack Pearson's home run had something going in the nineties but brewer closer Josh Hayter stranded the tying run a third check Freeman Milwaukee

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Brewers Knock Giants From Top Spot in NL, Win Fourth in Row

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00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Brewers Knock Giants From Top Spot in NL, Win Fourth in Row

"The brewers have won four in a row and taking the first three games of the series as they beat the giants five to two Lorenzo Cain was two for three with a home run and three RBIs in this series is four for eight with two homers and five runs driven in the brewers bullpen pitched seven innings giving up five hits and two runs Josh Hayter struck out the side in the ninth to get his twenty ninth save meanwhile the giants have lost four straight and now trailed the Dodgers by half a game in the National League west Riley Aung San Francisco

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Brewers Rally Late, Knock Off Cardinals 6–4 in 10 Innings

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00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Brewers Rally Late, Knock Off Cardinals 6–4 in 10 Innings

"I was Garcia second home run of the night ties the game at three three in the ninth inning and the brewers the plate three runs in the tenth to down the cardinal six deport Busch Stadium Garcia now has twenty three home runs this season William Thomas also goes deep for the brewers who that lead the National League central division by night and a half games over Cincinnati in our twelve games better than St Louis the card got RBIs from Tyler o'neill Paul Goldschmidt large new bar and got your leader the winning pitcher in relief as Josh Hayter Alex Reyes took the loss David Williams picks up the say Mike Reeves St Louis

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Shaw, Lauer lead Brewers past Bauer, Dodgers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Shaw, Lauer lead Brewers past Bauer, Dodgers 2-1

"The pitching matchup was a mismatch but was Eric Lauer and the bullpen that helped the brewers nail down a two to one win over the Dodgers Lauer pitched the first five scoreless innings and four relievers were good enough to outdueled reigning Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer Bauer had one blemish he gave up a fourth inning two run Homer to Travis Shaw in his complete game four hitter Shaw says the brewers knew it would be difficult to score on power it's tough to rack up a bunch of hits after it against a guy like that so when he makes a mistake you got to kind of capitalize on it the Dodgers have a couple of rally snuffed out including in the ninth the Dodgers scored against brewer closer Josh Hayter with then got Mookie Betts to fly out to right field to end the game with the potential tying run on first base Chuck Freeman Milwaukee

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"hayter " Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The country. There have been protests in Richmond over the future of Monument Avenue. Mayor Stoney says he wants the statue's taken down. It is for me. The greatest example of nostalgia masquerading is his history. It's not real history is well, it's the fake news of their time. Well, he and I just disagree. They're a part of history. William J. Cooper says Removing Confederate monuments is a mistake. He was a professor of history at Louisiana State University for 46 years and has a past president of the Southern Historical Association. One of the things that Miss Landers said that stuck in my mind said there's a difference between remembrance of history and reverence for it. And that these statues are revere ing a false history is not a false history. It's not a false the mining was put up there by really people who had real beliefs. Maybe we don't like their beliefs. But one of the things that bothers me most is historic is what I call present isn't judging the past by the present thinking that we're the only morrow people that nobody else who could be moral if they didn't think like we think when you hear people saying that these monuments celebrate white supremacy, because that's sort of the common Referring when you say celebrate white supremacy. That's not incorrect. I mean, they do celebrate white supremacy, but they won't put up to celebrate white supremacy. Really. They were put up to celebrate the Confederacy. But if the statues Do celebrate white supremacy. Should they be up today? Well, should not burn and be up today. Should we go burn Monticello down tomorrow? Certainly Thomas Jefferson believed in white supremacy. You're saying this is a slippery slope. That's a very slippery slope. I would say the difference the critical difference between Washington and Jefferson and Lee and then likely Is that what Washington and Jefferson would calm, complicated individuals on by our standards. Thought about ideas in a tolerant, anachronistic way. They also baked into the Constitution, the components that allowed people to dismantle Uh, the slave system they built as much as they destroyed. I cannot say the same thing for the Confederacy. Professor Hayter was appointed by Richmond's mayor to the commission. That's going to make recommendations on what should happen on Monument Avenue. There are 75 million people in the South were the descendants of Confederate soldiers. And who am I to tell them that they cannot celebrate their ancestor in a particular way? But I also have ancestors who were the victims of the slave system. And I see no reason why we can't find a usable way. To tell two stories or tell multiple stories. They tell the truth, not a romanticized version of the truth where people are trying to absolve themselves from the deep in humanities of what the Confederacy stood for people who are willing to face down history for what it is and all its ugliness and all is beauty. Do you believe the statue should be removed? No. Um I'm a historian. And I think that the statues Should stay with Ah, footnote of epic proportions. Essentially, you're suggesting I'm suggesting we do a little bit of historical ju jitsu, right? I'm suggesting we use the scale and grandeur of those monuments against themselves. I think we lack imagination. When we talk about memorials, it's all in nothing. It's leaving this way or tear him down as if there's nothing in between that we could do to tell him or enriching story about American history. Historians call it re contextual ization, the addition of signs or markers with information about when and why the statues were built to help people see old monuments in a new light. So you'd like to see signs or placards or his lessons somewhere around here, perhaps even on this sidewalk so that as people approached the statue, you can read the story and they can understand the contact. Absolutely in which it was absolutely reason was. You could have a glass placard here and extent of that glass placard would be a story. And then when you look through it, you can still see the lead monument, but you see it through the lens of more accurate historical depiction. Whatever recommendations made by Julian Hater and the Monument Commission he serves on may have a limited impact. Unlike in New Orleans, the Confederate statues here may be protected by state law. And the Republican controlled Virginia General Assembly is unlikely to approve major changes anytime soon. One person who that might have disappointed is Robert E. Lee. Before he died in 18 70 he was on record opposing the building of civil war monuments in the North and the South. Wiser, he once wrote not to keep open the sores of war. Last month, Protesters tore down Jefferson Davis statue on Monument Avenue President Trump recently signed an executive order designed to prevent protestors from doing just that. However, Mayor Stony has since removed eight other Confederate monuments in Richmond. And Virginia's governor has ordered General Robert E. Lee statue the last one left on Monument Avenue to be taken down as soon as possible. This is Jaye, Foreigner CEO of Quicken loans, and we want to help your house feel more like.

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"hayter " Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on WTOP

"From history erase every person and name an event not righteous enough and to cast those who would object as defenders of the calls of slavery why do we want to name our a venerate people who ought to enslave other human beings it that's all we're saying Lisa Brooks of the Southern Poverty Law Center has helped identify more than seventeen hundred Confederate symbols still standing across the country and argues the removal is a powerful symbol we struggle to deal with this country's tortured racial history university of Richmond professor Julian Hayter advised Virginia to remove the memorials we only generally tend to come around and and discuss the this country's racial problems in instances where there's trauma involved and perhaps we might not be here if we were willing to have these discussions when things seem to be going normal the Southern Poverty Law Center says about one hundred forty Confederate symbols have been removed since twenty sixteen and that base is now accelerating greatly CBS correspondent chip Reid there new information today from Starbucks the company now says it will allow employees to wear clothing that highlights the black on the black lives matter movement it's a reversal from the coffee chain's earlier stance after people on social media called for a boycott Starbucks is now reportedly making two hundred fifty thousand shirts with black lives matter and no justice no peace written on them a check of the markets again Jeff play ball the Dow is up three hundred twenty eight points the S. and P. five hundred index is up one percent money using ten minutes on WTOP.

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"hayter " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A senior Amazon engineer has resigned in solidarity with fired corporate and warehouse workers who protested working conditions at the company during the covert nineteen outbreak Tim Bray was a vice president and engineer in Amazon's cloud division in a blog post he says he quit in dismay at Amazon firing a whistle blowers he says the decision will likely cost him more than a million dollars in salary and invested Amazon stock

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"hayter " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They well giving up you know you know what I'm saying here that's why that's why I'm a huge believer in hell because I think there's only one place for those people need to end up that's where they're probably gonna end up because he is you guys all if you've never read the man in the arena just Google man in the arena and you'll read it and go okay I get it my favorite poem in the whole world is Roger Kipling's if just Google these things man in the arena if two letters I just Google it and read it that's the mantra for my life all about you're losing their heads and blaming it on you you got to read these things Hey by the way when we come back you sent me a text last night saying we gotta talk about UFO's I got some audio that we should visit the next segment all right you listen to advice line will be right back investors toll free eight six six eighty eight eighty three listening to it's time to face the facts if you don't conquer stress stress will conquer you Dr George Hayter psychiatrist and diplomat of the American board of psychiatry and neurology he only wrote it out every technology which allow you to the next course.

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"hayter " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I love it and we laughed so hard because you know we're both outside working on our property that's what we should be doing that is what we should be done I don't care who you are what you think if you're outside by yourself how dare they tell us we should be out get back in your home is doing told robotics well my god I got it today it's a time for change it's a time for glory and the only way you can experience that glory give it up to god we'll take a break it is advised clients stay with us hello masters two hundred six six eighty eight eighty three it's time to face the facts if you don't conquer stress stress will come for you Dr George Hayter psychiatrist and diplomat of the American board of psychiatry and neurology the only thing technology which allows the next course and whatever type of psychology you may be you understand yourself be still and know visit F. H. Q. dot com and download the concentration exercise entitled be still.

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"hayter " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"York times headline let's see sexual assault article deletes references to past hugs kisses and touching it's not a headline but it's from The New York Times yeah article but it's like really censoring it so that we it's the paper outlines the told The New York Times lines he said I don't want to align to your kids the new York times live yeah all right we'll take a little break we come back we got to hear this funny clip that David does you guys really please please take the time to watch the movie three hundred even if you seen it watch it again it's the good advice line will be right back with more remove the chains from your this is vice call eight six six eighty eight eighty three it's time to face the facts if you don't conquer stress stress will conquer you Dr George Hayter psychiatrist and diplomat of the American board of psychiatry and neurology only that every technology which allow you to the next course and whatever type of psychology that you may.

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"hayter " Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Power plant soon people can watch the falcons and the eggs in their nest boxes through web cameras at the utilities websites the first checks the main hatch before the end of the month the body temperature down to around thirty four degrees and then on Saturday starts off a little sunny then clouds increase high fifty four south was twenty you know for late afternoon evening as rain showers become likely Saturday night showers on Sunday Easter Sunday foggy conditions a high of forty five heavier rain moves in late in the afternoon Sunday night Monday morning we have to watch out for some snow developing as temperatures get close to the freezing mark north of Milwaukee hi thirty eight with fifty mile per hour winds have a good Easter weekend I'm meteorologist working in sports Josh Hayter will represent the brewers in MLB the show video game league he starts his games on Monday and the bucs have established an emergency relief fund to help their part time Fizer form workers I'm resting Auburn newsradio WTMJ hello it's red eye radio Gerry McNamara and regularly talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether your ability for just starting your day welcome to the show for both pilot flying J. studios this is red eye radio all across America and around the world eight six six ninety right I he is our crown and I'm Gary McNamara thanks so much for being here this morning is everybody doing what to do about while you're driving across the country.

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"hayter " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now in studio Washington DC David Hayter with wall to national headlines the then release it is the top story of the moment the U. S. and Canada closing their border to nonessential travel as corona virus continues to spread president trump announced it on Twitter he says it will not affect trade sources tell Bloomberg there'll be wide exemptions for business and commerce to this indefinite halt to leisure travel president also says he will hold a news conference today to discuss what he calls very important news from the FDA on the virus that is as the overall number of cases around the world crosses two hundred thousand and hospitals in the United States face shortages of necessary supplies Dr Celine Gounder is an infectious disease specialist my colleagues are telling me that they are out of the N. ninety five respirator masks which are the standard for physicians and nurses to be taking care of patients they're using those loose fitting surgical mask because they have nothing else in some hospitals and hardest hit Washington state of resorted using office supplies and clear vinyl sheets to come up with makeshift protective equipment Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will take up the house passed a stimulus bill today that offers free testing and temporary paid leave extensions McConnell says the Senate won't leave itself until it passes a larger stimulus package the White House has postponed next month's state visit for the king and queen of Spain due to crown a virus in the UK's biggest musical event is also being put off next year the Glastonbury festival was supposed to mark its fiftieth anniversary this June on top of all this a five point seven magnitude earthquake shook Salt Lake City Utah and its suburbs overnight said spooked residents.

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"hayter " Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To the left to the Padres picked him up as a free agent and thank them pretty fat contracts and bolster their bullpen here did that vow ball bounced off the facing of the rooftop and a fan down below us stood up made the catchy is a fan of the giants Jersey a lot of young starters in this pottery rotation so they know they have to stock double pendant pamensky gives some link down there B. also pitch in high leverage situations as well and you as we saw last year I think that might be is calling John obvious he's going to pitch in the bullpen here at San Diego but he was able to come out of the bullpen last year and not have to think as much you just gained a few miles an hour on his fastball his breaking ball became better to swing and miss curveball he was extremely effective out of the bullpen the Padres paid for it Napper double with the two strike pitch slider in the dirt and it bounces in the dirt may hear spins around doesn't know where it is even though it's right at his feet finally picks it up and by that time to lay Brandon Crawford for the second time very opportunistic Lee seeing a ball in the dirt takes off and he makes it in the second this time without even drawing a throw as well as soon as this one they're gonna scores a passed ball are they saying it didn't bounce in the dirt first well look like it did bounce in the dirt I thought any ball that was in the dirt was considered a wild pitch but apparently not weird yep so now bell with the chance to not get a runner from second base with a single he's already done it once in this game Crawford leads away from second the pitch belt takes the Kerr Barlow two balls two strikes account with buster Posey on day one we were tryna Pomerantz the success he had in the bullpen they had excellent success with the giants before they traded to Milwaukee in Milwaukee you know the brewers ace relievers Josh Hayter has become one of the best in the game huge strikeout totals well Pomerantz was like Josh haters in the Milwaukee bullpen no belt swings and misses a fastball at ninety four down on the outside and he did not get it strike three and that is out of the two so another strikeout for put on here comes buster who.

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"hayter " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Door that you know one studio Washington DC David Hayter with world and national headlines made that Lisa house investigators are giving their summaries in the case against president trump as the Judiciary Committee determines which charges to impeach him over let's get the latest live from Capitol Hill and Bloomberg irv Chapman NATO the two lawyers who drafted the reports for the intelligence committee which held those hearings with officials concerned with you crane policy there the witnesses today Barry Burk for the democratic majority let off the evidence is overwhelming that the president abused his power by by pressuring Ukraine and its new president to investigate a political opponent the evidence is overwhelming that the president abused his power by conditioning a wanted White House meeting and they needed military aid that have been approved Republicans on the committee whose ranking member called impeachment of political vendetta interrupted with demands for a hearing day in which they would call witnesses and other objections Nathan bloomer exert Chapman on Capitol Hill also today the justice department's inspector general is set to release his report on the origins of the Russian investigation it is expected to conclude the F. B. I. was not driven by bias when it opened it probes into trump campaign officials before the twenty sixteen election and even as Democrats press ahead on impeach for the top union official says they're on the cusp of finalizing the new U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka tells The Washington Post there is a deal he plans to meet with his executive committee this afternoon to discuss it global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven.

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"hayter " Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"hayter " Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Nearby grocery ad no doubt at the poor is as you mentioned dominate the first settings this game in a three to one lead but they jumped out to the early lead yes money Grindal if the first pitch fastball buy shares in the first inning a two run Homer to right and then Eric they'd look at for the off speed stuff was able to get a hold of one of the second inning it was three to nothing the **** for a run at the bottom of the third trade Turner going deep Woodruff was brilliant two four and the bullpen was doing with Milwaukee's bullpen it done it through seven innings it was a three to one per lead Josh Eger comes into the game the start the eighth inning needs to get six out it looks like the birds were rolling and as you mentioned in that eight betting hater comes it gets replaced punches about with a ninety eight mon hour fastball then he hit Michael a tailor on a controversial play with the brewers argued it was a foul ball that could change the game then he struck out Turner on the ninety eight hour fast ball up Ryan Zimmerman pitched it got a broken bat single to center and that's set up one Sotos game winning hit yeah it was impressive no doubt a with Stephen said and Taylor on the bases rent gold was the trail guide Grisham makes the error and you feel for transgression but you give credit to the nationals for digging into hater didn't have his good control but the national deliver good at bats they certainly did and as you mentioned with Hayter he had pretty good command of his past but when he needed it but he just couldn't get that slide over for strikes how much trouble can the nationals because the doctors I think that could cause some problems especially because the five game series and I think you know at the end of the day we've all seen what Corbin Strasbourg insurers are capable of doing and when you see upsets in the post season it's normally because strong starting rotations all of us. run the table we see a lot of wild card teams win world championships this nationals team is certainly capable of doing that although they're playing a Dodger team that's clearly the best team in the national dental doubt about a huge win nationals defeat the breweries at the end a wild card game four three the final score Bridget bold and John shall be right here in your home every game of the whole season is brown Major League Baseball on ESPN radio. Daschle's approved two two and for all time in winner take all postseason games they have lost their last for entering Tuesday but they get the win coming.

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