2 Burst results for "Hodge Gene"

"hodge gene" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:37 min | 10 months ago

"hodge gene" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Have mikey's name up there with them. I think we're fortunate jaakko. We're fortunate that we knew people like that. And there will be people who will go to their graves that never experience that kind of heroism that kind of commitment at kana courage that kind of teamwork the camaraderie. They will never ever experience it. And i think you are very fortunate that we've had that opportunity indeed. Wouldn't trade it for the world going back to two lamb song once you had that. Would they give you night arrest. Then you started flying missions again. I had two days down and then started flying again. It was after that that During the resupplies. When i think the arvin knew that the nba had a hell of a lot more confidence in her ability than the arvin did It was after that doing doing those resupply missions in there that that i actually experienced them abandoning the battle space I didn't experience that before. Lam son seven. One nine always thought it interesting when we would go into a pc Early morning put put put the chopper down waiting for them. To load up the arvin the south it means load up but dot sims sitting there and they had water in there still pots and they were brushing their teeth. And it was like this is extremely important. That are brush my teeth and always song. Well that's kind of interesting that they're doing that personal hodge gene in aragon. Pour the water out. Put your helmet liners back in. Put their helmets. Undergo climb aboard this aircraft and god knows what faces them when they hit the elderly. But they made sure that their teeth clean As this goes on like you said The tide started to turn and and I think the goal.

jaakko arvin mikey nba Lam hodge gene aragon
"hodge gene" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"hodge gene" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Time I had the privilege of being in Cincinnati near the end of his career and he just went five for five against the giants adjusting and CAD you know this guy's just just insane and it emits in the hall of fame I've had a vote for a long time since nineteen ninety and once it became evident that he wasn't going to get in or even be on the ballot I wrote in his name back two or three years and finally the BBWAA gave me a stern morning you know not to do this anymore but I was really happy that I did because good lord is he all Famer yeah we have there's no doubt about it and to exclude him for what he did on the baseball field is ridiculous because we don't you have to watch this game to remember him because we don't have that that remembrance of the hall of fame and their children martini to yeah it took this game for meter to think back yeah forty four game hitting streak and E. L. L. grounded out the less less the gene Garber thousands some sort of change up any I was so disappointed when when I I haven't forgiven Garber for that to this day the body image in the hall of fame I mean it it's so easy Marty with whether it's rose or bury bonds or Clemens just you know given the placket imminent on the plaque make it very clear that this was a road this is not a good guy but they can't you can't tell the story of baseball without him I know that now no you cannot no so that that was that was a pretty good one too to see that game I enjoy that then I guess maybe our last thing with lotus and bill Laskey we went back to twenty ten the G. the giants World Series and well brought it up he said look Sandoval was struggling we couldn't put him in there so you repay play third and of course had the tremendous home run against Texas and then Renteria was the shorts that habit that feel left side of the infield you forget about that he really doing it you forget about those guys here forget about Freddy Sanchez and Cody Ross and then Pat burl it seems to me so long ago given what what they did after that whether to dismiss fresher memories are more you know salt in your mind that if he was this is so amazing how how they how they just took over that postseason you know Matt Cain being it's such a huge part of it but they just steamrolled people is like all of a sudden this is the best team in this is really no question to me by the time Brian Wilson you know Polish up that final strike out in in in Texas it was just like a okay we've seen this coming for a couple weeks now and why not yeah and I know you've been talking about Kate it is funny because he had a what was his postseason ERA was two point one all right who is something it's it was like oh twenty one for a while yeah yeah I need to submit somebody I'm sure will say well yeah but Bumgarner would beat that but he actually didn't Bumgarner was two point one one I love that two point one oh two point one one one or they want to talk about those two guys well in the in game to run government well that's a whoa said well said are pitching because I said you know what you think going to Texas and he said well we not fill it out we are we have the pitching and letters Lincecum became Bumgarner Jonathan Sanchez yeah so then we had the bullpen and we L. here which which nobody thought they were going to beat the Phillies and when it when they did that the sense of confidence and self assurance that they had every night for a group going Kuiper talk about how the guys were so just unbelievably jacked up they just felt like they were invincible they really worry within that special period of time you can put anybody against him in the World Series I would've been fine well well said Lipscomb was just unbelievable and that she had the Atlanta game remember that maybe his best game to start out the playoffs said Ascham Linscomb and lady and in game five was nothing nothing into the seventh inning and and don't get house that's where Huff bunted and and got right runners you know and then Renteria hit the ball in the you know those are the three runs yeah it's great and I'd have died I think their insurance from two thousand ten stuff on in B. C. sports bay area you know they they certainly have the capability to do it and they they should I I know they they did that two thousand twelve one today but the offense should be aware of checking the listings for for B. and B. C. sports Mary Kaiser calling up some great giant stuff yeah when you really don't have anything to do it is if you're one of these people who was released cast a stay at home and everything's kind of gone dry I mean you can watch the game and get get lost in a really good memory yeah yep it's good stuff this is it it's good stuff and you know for three hours at three and a half hours I'm not thinking about anything other than this no that's kind of what baseball does freeze so yeah yeah it's good it's good stuff who knows where this is all going but baseball does fill that void that entertainment like not like no other sport and look I could say Emmanuel Sanders is now on New Orleans and you know girly got released and this yeah that that Bredesen Tampa Bay but but for now you talk about baseball yeah yeah absolutely yeah that you know the NFL is providing a lot of sports talk and you know whether it's ethically correct or not for them to be doing for a to see it it is creating online conversation but I don't know for me and you and a lot of our listeners in case you know all the great guests you have on it's it's not it's it's not quite the same as baseball is hard to explain why but if you give them a bag I think it's because it's just in your in your soul in your blood all day long for months and months and months and months and he'll look for it with such anticipation and I don't know how much of it we're gonna get that whenever it comes back it'll be it'll be just as great yep and I'm glad to be able to do these kind of shows and have you on and you know I think it means a lot to the fans have gotten nice texts and emails and tweets and all that kind of stuff I know you have to follow your time line and people are you know so appreciative of what you do can Cork was on earlier I asked that you know and you've done these lists and all that stuff this week of your first favorite baseball players so Cork was on okay I lived in LA but for me it was in Anaheim and it was Jim Fregosi that's my favorite baseball player how about for you I think Henry Schulman said the same thing really the following his to it but for me well we're going back to nineteen fifty eight now and those in the gym the giants and the Dodgers to move west and my dad who lived in New York prior to that in the fifties in the music business is is all over that team and you know they brought out Duke Snider and call for real and he restarted Padres curl Carl Erskine and don knew come in in a lot of guys who had been big stars in Brooklyn they were kind of past it but for me the guy was Gil Hodges the reason was my dad told me about him he said this is a great man he's very humble in my dad had enough pull to where I was able to meet Gil Hodges on the field before a game against the button probably the braces we always want to see the Milwaukee Braves for some reason that I got to see Gil Hodges hand in my little ten year old hand vanished in this massive continent of the hand of Gil Hodges and I just never got that and I started paying really close attention to him even then he was one of the great artists of defensive first baseman hit home runs in he was he was definitely my guy but not too long after that it became Hank Aaron and I had Hank was my guy for until he became really popular chasing Babe Ruth and everybody liked him but didn't Hank was my number two guy very good Gil Hodges gene but got from the tide you are fed up and they get banned of course of great baseball fan has been texting me probably hear it going off in the background here and he said that baseball is the sole and that's what it is baseball is part of our soul is what he said and usually comment was rose should have his plaque did you ever have a slump and this is the last line of the plaque should be receive lifetime ban from baseball for gambling in nineteen eighty nine his last comment was that the jeans day at new Franklin said he and Larson didn't know for sure that he was going to pitch in so we got to the ball park he said he put the ball in Larson shoe L. Larson knew that he was going to pitch but I think he did know because yeah Arthur Richmond member Arthur Richman sure yeah yeah yeah I had him on the show and he said that he took Larson out the night before Christianity and he made sure he didn't drink allegedly show that for Larson we only had five vodkas at night minister minister of restraint hi this is Laurie mark Ellis when he went to the Dodgers were number fourteen then I said OK should guide you where number fourteen this is yeah it's Mike so his number article I don't want to tell you something yeah it's funny because when I got I didn't interrupt you there when when I got in a little league I said is there any way I can were fourteen and I got to R. fourteen is that going to Gil Hodges out here that's where the comparison ended but it was fun let's say that mark Allison because he that he had no idea who I was talking about said you're wearing fourteen and Jack Peterson still wears thirty one and that's he's a Jewish ball player number thirty one was a Dodgers first base coach Jack Pedler and he wore thirty one and that's why I still believe that's why Jack Peterson got thirty one so how about that that's yeah effect yeah I don't think he'll learn on a Saturday night Hey Marty or keep it going you keeping the flame is burning and I'm sure your audiences we've had so many great people on and that is going to continue and it it's very it's very important it's very very important this time if they were in thank you all right we'll talk next week and have a great week and we'll follow everything you do and and we're just lucky that we have baseball so do your best thank you are you too okay that is a wonderful Bruce Jenkins all right we're gonna hear from Tom Georgie of Georgie brothers coming up rich waltz is on the on the docket but live will be our dear friend Kerry Crowley so affects and Nancy Hayden Crowley get ready your kids coming on and we're going to talk football with him right after this talking baseball with Marty lorry on A. N. D. R. one O. four five and six eighty three sports this day in giants history one of the seven.

Cincinnati