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03:55 min | 2 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"Competition. You know, we really don't believe in the star structure gensler. Great ideas can come from anyone in our organization. And when you have this kind of star system, you're undervaluing most people because you just have a couple of stars and their opinion counts and no one else's opinion counts. And that's not what we believe in. We believe that everyone needs to be empowered and supported. And that creativity isn't a certain background or a certain education. It comes from everyone. We need today. We need to solve problems that have not been solved before. And we have to be innovative, which means we need everybody's ideas on board. We don't have stars. We have ideas. And we have a very open platform. It's a push and a pull. There's a lot of opportunity and we encourage people to reach and contribute, but we also make sure that we're reaching out to people as well. Do you think that leadership, I mean, as far as you're concerned, do you think that you were already have leadership skills from the beginning that you thought of yourself as a leader, even when you were a young girl thinking about being an architect? Or do you think that you grew into thinking of yourself as a leader? Well, I didn't think of myself as a leader early on. I thought of myself as an architect, but I didn't think of myself as a leader as a kid. It's interesting when you think about what were those moments where you kind of became a leader. And just one story that just comes to mind, after I worked in real estate, I decided, you know, I really wanted to be more on the design side of the table after doing real estate for about three years. And I joined a small firm in Los Angeles. Well, every summer, the woman who was the head of that office would take a three week vacation in France. And during one summer was the second summer I was there. She was on her vacation as normal, not realizing that the CEO of the parent company was on the verge of a major acquisition of another firm. And this acquisition happened literally that first few days was when she had gone on her vacation. Of course, you know, he expected her to lead the transition in assimilation of that LA practice into our LA office.

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"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

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13:26 min | 2 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"In the firm at that time. And I really learned a lot from her. She was incredibly creative, very hands on, incredibly hardworking. But also when we'd be working after hours, and she would stay after hours with the rest of us. She was just a real person and I guess I really learned so much from her about just being a transparent leader. And not having to kind of wear leadership as a personality, but to be a leader through authenticity and holding yourself to that same standard that you hold other people too. So you spend, I think about three, about three years there, and then you go off to do an MBA. And was that because you thought maybe I should start a my own firm or start a business? You know, I realized while I was working on projects that I was very intrigued with the why, the purpose, the rationale behind the buildings that I was designing. I was intrigued with the fact that these buildings that we were designing were primarily office buildings and workplaces. And how did the design of these buildings impact these workplaces? And in my business school, application essays, you have to do a whole essay and all of that business. I talked about how I wanted to study the relationship between design and productivity in the workplace. So I went to the Anderson school at UCLA and I learned how to begin to think and the more holistic ways about the thing that you're designing. I always feel you can't break the rules unless you really know how something works. And with the training that I was having as an MBA in all aspects of business and all aspects of real estate, I started to see where the opportunities were to do things differently. Yeah. I love that line about breaking the rules. I think that's exactly right. You have to know how things work before you can actually be subversive or radical in some ways. I know that you kind of bounced around a few different companies and professions for a few years. I mean, were you already at that point on a path towards management or were you still literally sitting at a drafting table and drawing up designs? So when I graduated with my MBA, I decided to work for a large real estate developer. So that I could really get a full understanding of the building creation process. How all of the variety of issues come together to create a building. So after two or three years in that firm, I went back to design because I realized I wanted to stay on the path of really focusing on the design side of things. And the connection between work and workplace and how design matters to the success of something. And this ultimately led me to work gensler. Which is the firm that really invented workplace design back in the 60s when gensler was founded. It was one of the first interior design firms. For the commercial enterprise, most interior designers worked on homes and people who laid out offices were basically furniture dealers. And the whole idea of design and architecture really were not fully brought into the corporate headquarters in corporate workplace design. It was definitely the place I wanted to work. And to really bring together my experience and design, my new knowledge and the holistic sense of business and also my understanding of real estate. Stay with us. We're going to take a quick break. I'm guy Roz and you're listening to wisdom from the top. The following message comes from NPR sponsor, a mayor prize financial. SVP Marcy keckler shares the value each adviser brings to client relationships. Our goal is to help our clients feel confident about their financial decisions and to feel empowered and to feel in control of their financial life. For more information and important disclosures, visit Ameri prize dot com slash advice, Ameriprise Financial services LLC, member finra and SIPC. Support for NPR and the following message come from Georgetown university, advance as a principal business leader with an executive MBA from Georgetown, ranked first in the D.C. region, the programs renowned faculty, diverse cohorts, global alumni network, and unique mentorship program, armed students with the strategic skills and connections needed to take charge in global business. Learn more at MSB dot Georgetown dot EDU slash EMBA and PR. This message comes from NPR sponsor key, a bank dedicated to providing custom insights during bull markets, bear markets, and everything in between, more about the current economic conditions that are impacting businesses at key dot com slash economic conditions. Welcome back to wisdom from the top. I'm guy Roz. You and I'm fast forwarding a little bit, but I think it's an important point to ask for to, you were named co CEO of gensler in 2005. You were named co CEO. The company named you and Andy Cohen is the co CEOs you're still co CEOs today more than 15 years later, which means it must be working out okay, but this is kind of an unusual model. Can you kind of walk us through the thinking behind that model? Yeah, you know, our firm is very unique. And in 2005, our founder turned 75. And he decided to kind of break the mold. And a point co CEOs. In many ways, it was in recognition of the level of complexity of our firm, the kind of flat organizational structure that we have. And the belief that we have begun to build in the firm, what we call the collaborative model of leadership. In about 5 years before that, we had started a direction of the firm we called leadership 2000, which really put in place this idea of co leadership and collaborative leadership in all aspects of the firm and created less of a hierarchy and more of a networked organization with collaborative leadership teams leading practice areas leading geographic locations, leading areas of expertise, so when it came to how do we think about the CEO position itself, it, in many ways, only made sense to model after what was already becoming such an incredibly powerful form of leadership that we were seeing across the firm. But more importantly, it's how our model supports the level of innovation and collaboration that is so critical to being affirmed that is able to solve unique and challenging problems. And bring together people in a very seamless way. The kinds of technologies that we're all using now as we're in the quarantine, well, at our firm, we use those technologies every day, even in the office, because we're working with people in offices around the world, you know, I sit on the east coast and my partner, co CEO, Andy Cohen, sits in Los Angeles, and we have key team members who sit in New York and in San Francisco and London and Shanghai. And in that way, it creates an organization that's able to, we think, through diversity, really ignites the kind of innovation that is needed for the kinds of challenges today. So you have, I mean, you have had since you started a CEO. It completely distributed executive team. You are all working in different offices. Yes, exactly. I mean, that's like, they're very few. Very few big companies that work that way. For a number of reasons. I want to dive into that in a second. But when you became the co CEO, and Andy was your partner, what was it that you wanted to bring to the job? I mean, specifically. You had been an architect you've been a junior architect. You'd worked for other people. You probably had experiences. He didn't like. What was it that you wanted to bring to gensler? You know, I think we all have experiences good and bad that help us to think about what will we do. If we were in charge, what would we do? And some of the things that we've done since becoming co CEOs is to really raise the bar in our investment in talent development, our investment in meetings and bringing people together, so really a people focus, I would say, first of all, and then really the second thing that over ten years ago, we started the gensler research institute with a focus on research regarding the workplace. And the relationship between productivity and workplace design. And we have continued that research through these last 14 years or so. We created something called the workplace performance index or the WPI, and that is an index that helps employers to understand the performance of their workplace design in relation to the work that people are doing helps to diagnose where there are challenges and where it's working well. And just recently, we conducted because everyone was going into this quarantine. We thought, oh my gosh, here's an opportunity to survey workers across the United States who are working from home. And let's understand what that's like. What is effective in that experience? What's not effective? Do they want to come back and work in the office or not or what? Spoiler here, the findings were that it's about 12% of people are interested in working from home. And actually, that's not that different from what we had found in surveys prior to the quarantine. Most people still want to want to work in an office. Yes, most people still want to work in an office, but there were a lot of interesting findings around what are they looking for now in the office. And you can imagine, of course, more distancing, which we think is probably something that was going to start being talked about more even without the pandemic. Office space design will probably become less dense. And so this is kind of accelerating the density conversation as we add to it health safety. And then also, you know, unassigned seating and the fact that people who are in the office want to see assigned seating rather than this kind of shared environment. But the people are missing certain pieces of what it means to be in an office, you know, the kinds of interactions, the serendipity, the kind of management by walking around where you can kind of just touch base with various people. I was talking to one of the leaders of one of our groups and he was like, you know, I just walk around in the morning every day, usually. And I wanted to start just reaching out to people on the Zoom. And I started doing that and people kind of jumped out of their seats wondering why is the boss calling me. He was like, you know, it's hard to do the casual, you know? The taking the temperature and walking through, you know, there's a part of it that's sort of an X Factor that I don't think any of us quite understand why it is more unlocked when you're together than not. But it is. And I think people are starting to realize that there are some pieces that in the long run this were the only state. I think we'd have to figure out how to fill those pieces in in new

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"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

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06:38 min | 2 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"It wasn't an easy place to work by any means very fast paced, very competitive environment, the clients were top developers around the country around the world. And I was in a studio of about 50 people, I was fortunate to be in the studio of a woman, and she was actually the only woman partner in the firm at that time. And I really learned a lot from her. She was incredibly creative, very hands on, incredibly hardworking. But also when we'd be working after hours, and she would stay after hours with the rest of us. She was just a real person and I guess I really learned so much from her about just being a transparent leader. And not having to kind of wear leadership as a personality, but to be a leader through authenticity and holding yourself to that same standard that you hold other people too. So you spend, I think about three, about three years there, and then you go off to do an MBA. And was that because you thought maybe I should start a my own firm or start a business? You know, I realized while I was working on projects that I was very intrigued with the why, the purpose, the rationale behind the buildings that I was designing. I was intrigued with the fact that these buildings that we were designing were primarily office buildings and workplaces. And how did the design of these buildings impact these workplaces? And in my business school, application essays, you have to do a whole essay and all of that business. I talked about how I wanted to study the relationship between design and productivity in the workplace. So I went to the Anderson school at UCLA and I learned how to begin to think and the more holistic ways about the thing that you're designing. I always feel you can't break the rules unless you really know how something works. And with the training that I was having as an MBA in all aspects of business and all aspects of real estate, I started to see where the opportunities were to do things differently. Yeah. I love that line about breaking the rules. I think that's exactly right. You have to know how things work before you can actually be subversive or radical in some ways. I know that you kind of bounced around a few different companies and professions for a few years. I mean, were you already at that point on a path towards management or were you still literally sitting at a drafting table and drawing up designs? So when I graduated with my MBA, I decided to work for a large real estate developer. So that I could really get a full understanding of the building creation process. How all of the variety of issues come together to create a building. So after two or three years in that firm, I went back to design because I realized I wanted to stay on the path of really focusing on the design side of things. And the connection between work and workplace and how design matters to the success of something. And this ultimately led me to work gensler. Which is the firm that really invented workplace design back in the 60s when gensler was founded. It was one of the first interior design firms. For the commercial enterprise, most interior designers worked on homes and people who laid out offices were basically furniture dealers. And the whole idea of design and architecture really were not fully brought into the corporate headquarters in corporate workplace design. It was definitely the place I wanted to work. And to really bring together my experience and design, my new knowledge and the holistic sense of business and also my understanding of real estate. Stay with us. We're going to take a quick break. I'm guy Roz and you're listening to wisdom from the top. The following message comes from NPR sponsor, a mayor prize financial. SVP Marcy keckler shares the value each adviser brings to client relationships. Our goal is to help our clients feel confident about their financial decisions and to feel empowered and to feel in control of their financial life. For more information and important disclosures, visit Ameri prize dot com slash advice, Ameriprise Financial services LLC, member finra and SIPC. Support for NPR and the following message come from Georgetown university, advance as a principal business leader with an executive MBA from Georgetown, ranked first in the D.C. region, the programs renowned faculty, diverse cohorts, global alumni network, and unique mentorship program, armed students with the strategic skills and connections needed to take charge in global business. Learn more at MSB dot Georgetown dot EDU slash EMBA and PR. This message comes from NPR sponsor key, a bank dedicated to providing custom insights during bull markets, bear markets, and everything in between, more about the current economic conditions that are impacting businesses at key dot com slash economic conditions. Welcome back to wisdom from the top. I'm guy Roz. You and I'm fast forwarding a little bit, but I think it's an important point to ask for to, you were named co CEO of gensler in 2005. You were named co CEO. The company named you and Andy Cohen is the co CEOs you're still co CEOs today more than 15 years later, which means it must be working out okay, but this is kind of an unusual model. Can you kind of walk us through the thinking behind that model? Yeah, you know, our firm is very

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Wisdom From The Top

06:50 min | 2 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"I went to work for SOM. Which is it was the firm that designed the Sears tower, and of course the John Hancock building, both of those in Chicago. It wasn't an easy place to work by any means very fast paced, very competitive environment, the clients were top developers around the country around the world. And I was in a studio of about 50 people, I was fortunate to be in the studio of a woman, and she was actually the only woman partner in the firm at that time. And I really learned a lot from her. She was incredibly creative, very hands on, incredibly hardworking. But also when we'd be working after hours, and she would stay after hours with the rest of us. She was just a real person and I guess I really learned so much from her about just being a transparent leader. And not having to kind of wear leadership as a personality, but to be a leader through authenticity and holding yourself to that same standard that you hold other people too. So you spend, I think about three, about three years there, and then you go off to do an MBA. And was that because you thought maybe I should start a my own firm or start a business? You know, I realized while I was working on projects that I was very intrigued with the why, the purpose, the rationale behind the buildings that I was designing. I was intrigued with the fact that these buildings that we were designing were primarily office buildings and workplaces. And how did the design of these buildings impact these workplaces? And in my business school, application essays, you have to do a whole essay and all of that business. I talked about how I wanted to study the relationship between design and productivity in the workplace. So I went to the Anderson school at UCLA and I learned how to begin to think and the more holistic ways about the thing that you're designing. I always feel you can't break the rules unless you really know how something works. And with the training that I was having as an MBA in all aspects of business and all aspects of real estate, I started to see where the opportunities were to do things differently. Yeah. I love that line about breaking the rules. I think that's exactly right. You have to know how things work before you can actually be subversive or radical in some ways. I know that you kind of bounced around a few different companies and professions for a few years. I mean, were you already at that point on a path towards management or were you still literally sitting at a drafting table and drawing up designs? So when I graduated with my MBA, I decided to work for a large real estate developer. So that I could really get a full understanding of the building creation process. How all of the variety of issues come together to create a building. So after two or three years in that firm, I went back to design because I realized I wanted to stay on the path of really focusing on the design side of things. And the connection between work and workplace and how design matters to the success of something. And this ultimately led me to work gensler. Which is the firm that really invented workplace design back in the 60s when gensler was founded. It was one of the first interior design firms. For the commercial enterprise, most interior designers worked on homes and people who laid out offices were basically furniture dealers. And the whole idea of design and architecture really were not fully brought into the corporate headquarters in corporate workplace design. It was definitely the place I wanted to work. And to really bring together my experience and design, my new knowledge and the holistic sense of business and also my understanding of real estate. Stay with us. We're going to take a quick break. I'm guy Roz and you're listening to wisdom from the top. The following message comes from NPR sponsor, a mayor prize financial. SVP Marcy keckler shares the value each adviser brings to client relationships. Our goal is to help our clients feel confident about their financial decisions and to feel empowered and to feel in control of their financial life. For more information and important disclosures, visit Ameri prize dot com slash advice, Ameriprise Financial services LLC, member finra and SIPC. Support for NPR and the following message come from Georgetown university, advance as a principal business leader with an executive MBA from Georgetown, ranked first in the D.C. region, the programs renowned faculty, diverse cohorts, global alumni network, and unique mentorship program, armed students with the strategic skills and connections needed to take charge in global business. Learn more at MSB dot Georgetown dot EDU slash EMBA and PR. This message comes from NPR sponsor key, a bank dedicated to providing custom insights during bull markets, bear markets, and everything in between, more about the current economic conditions that are impacting businesses at key dot com slash economic conditions. Welcome back to wisdom from the top. I'm guy Roz. You and I'm fast forwarding a little bit, but I think it's an important point to ask for to, you were named co CEO of gensler in 2005. You were named co CEO. The company named you and Andy Cohen is the co CEOs you're still co CEOs today more than 15 years later, which means it must be working out okay, but this is kind of an unusual model. Can you kind of walk us through the thinking behind that model? Yeah, you know, our firm is very

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Wisdom From The Top

06:24 min | 2 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"And I was in a studio of about 50 people, I was fortunate to be in the studio of a woman, and she was actually the only woman partner in the firm at that time. And I really learned a lot from her. She was incredibly creative, very hands on, incredibly hardworking. But also when we'd be working after hours, and she would stay after hours with the rest of us. She was just a real person and I guess I really learned so much from her about just being a transparent leader. And not having to kind of wear leadership as a personality, but to be a leader through authenticity and holding yourself to that same standard that you hold other people too. So you spend, I think about three, about three years there, and then you go off to do an MBA. And was that because you thought maybe I should start a my own firm or start a business? You know, I realized while I was working on projects that I was very intrigued with the why, the purpose, the rationale behind the buildings that I was designing. I was intrigued with the fact that these buildings that we were designing were primarily office buildings and workplaces. And how did the design of these buildings impact these workplaces? And in my business school, application essays, you have to do a whole essay and all of that business. I talked about how I wanted to study the relationship between design and productivity in the workplace. So I went to the Anderson school at UCLA and I learned how to begin to think and the more holistic ways about the thing that you're designing. I always feel you can't break the rules unless you really know how something works. And with the training that I was having as an MBA in all aspects of business and all aspects of real estate, I started to see where the opportunities were to do things differently. Yeah. I love that line about breaking the rules. I think that's exactly right. You have to know how things work before you can actually be subversive or radical in some ways. I know that you kind of bounced around a few different companies and professions for a few years. I mean, were you already at that point on a path towards management or were you still literally sitting at a drafting table and drawing up designs? So when I graduated with my MBA, I decided to work for a large real estate developer. So that I could really get a full understanding of the building creation process. How all of the variety of issues come together to create a building. So after two or three years in that firm, I went back to design because I realized I wanted to stay on the path of really focusing on the design side of things. And the connection between work and workplace and how design matters to the success of something. And this ultimately led me to work gensler. Which is the firm that really invented workplace design back in the 60s when gensler was founded. It was one of the first interior design firms. For the commercial enterprise, most interior designers worked on homes and people who laid out offices were basically furniture dealers. And the whole idea of design and architecture really were not fully brought into the corporate headquarters in corporate workplace design. It was definitely the place I wanted to work. And to really bring together my experience and design, my new knowledge and the holistic sense of business and also my understanding of real estate. Stay with us. We're going to take a quick break. I'm guy Roz and you're listening to wisdom from the top. The following message comes from NPR sponsor, a mayor prize financial. SVP Marcy keckler shares the value each adviser brings to client relationships. Our goal is to help our clients feel confident about their financial decisions and to feel empowered and to feel in control of their financial life. 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You and I'm fast forwarding a little bit, but I think it's an important point to ask for to, you were named co CEO of gensler in 2005. You were named co CEO. The company named you and Andy Cohen is the co CEOs you're still co CEOs today more than 15 years later, which means it must be working out okay, but this is kind of an unusual model. Can you kind of walk us through the thinking behind that model? Yeah, you know, our firm is very

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"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

06:52 min | 2 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"The architecture giant gensler is one of the most unusual companies in the world. For starters, it has two CEOs. The staff is spread across 50 offices around the world, and the company kind of pioneered virtual work long before the rest of the world learned how to work remotely. Gensler is headquartered in San Francisco, but it's executive team as spread around the U.S., Andy Cohen, the CEO, is based in Los Angeles. The other CEO Diane Hoskins is based in Washington, D.C.. And together, they've created a unique leadership model, a model where hierarchies don't really matter. And where internal collaboration not internal competition is rewarded. For as long as Diane can remember, she wanted to be an architect. Never with the intention of running a huge company, but since her appointment is co CEO in 2005, she and Andy Cohen have turned gensler into the largest architectural firm in the world. Diane grew up in Chicago in the 1960s, she was one of 5 kids in an interracial household at a time when interracial marriages were still illegal in 15 U.S. states. You know, my mom is white, her parents were Danish immigrants. And my dad, who has passed away, but he was black and born in Virginia. And believe it or not, they were married in the 1950s in a very segregated America. But you know, there was no segregation at our House. 5 mixed race kids are mixed marriage parents and our Danish grandparents. All lived in the house together. It was diversity and inclusion one O one every day. So just a massive number of people in your house. It sounds like it was lively. Maybe never quiet. Yeah, I think thinking back. It was pretty lively. I guess most people back then had big families. But it was kind of extra big because we had my grandparents also with us who brought the perspective of people who were born in another country, but also totally different generation. Yeah. So did you grow up speaking Danish? No, we just had we would have little phrases that we would say, of course, talk from a well for come when we would leave the dinner table or other different foods that my grandmother was kind of the cook of the house. My mom worked. And so there were different meals that don't and other types of dishes. But of course, because the Danes really love the Christmas rituals. A lot of our Christmas traditions kind of wrapped around that cultural pattern. And where in Chicago, where did you grow up? Yeah, we grew up on the south side of Chicago. During a lot of those transitional years. So it was just a very dynamic time. And a time where there was just so much going on in terms of our country and what was happening with race relations and all of those sorts of things, which for us was kind of outside of the house in many ways. And you kind of had to learn about what other folks were experiencing because we really learned some very different ways of interacting and seeing each other for who we were. And valuing uniqueness and individuality and the specialness of each person. Yeah. I mean, there's something almost poetic to the idea that you became an architect and you grew up in Chicago because if you think about the great architectural cities in the world, Chicago would be right at or near the top of that list. I mean, every time I go there, I'm an odd, it's just incredible the skyline and all the buildings. Did you were you aware of that as a kid where you conscious of that? Oh, absolutely. My family's favorite things to do is to take a ride downtown and experience the skyline and my mom actually, she worked for McGraw hill and which is the company that published architectural record magazine and other construction magazines, which she would bring home and also fueled my interest. I really do believe that growing up in Chicago was a big influence. I frankly can't remember not wanting to be an architect as a kid. Really? Yeah, it was kind of always there. Way back, even as a very little kid, I was kind of drawn to building things with Legos and even bricks in the neighborhood, and that sort of thing. I remember even building a model of our house out of Legos as a kid. It was kind of like, this is before LEGO even had their architecture sets. That's right. They weren't like pre making stuff for me. I had to kind of come up with it on my own, right? Yeah. Yeah, now you can do like falling water and the dough into towers and Doha. Empire State Building. We designed Shanghai tower. They have a LEGO set for Shanghai towers. Wow. So you follow this dream and you go to MIT to study architecture. So clearly you knew what, I mean, you were one of these rare people. You knew what you wanted to do from a young age. Yeah, so yeah, I attended MIT. Because it was rated as a top school of architecture in the United States at that time. And it was also ranked one of the most competitive schools in the country as well. And I think both of those things really appealed to me. I really enjoyed setting up our really high, but it was an incredible experience. And I really learned how to, I would say, kind of strip down a goal to its essential parts, and then really lean in to make it happen. And I would say in many ways, I learned how to own my own destiny through the skills that I learned through that experience. So you graduate and presumably the first thing you do is you decide to become an architect. And did you sort of see that as your what you were going to do with your life, you were going to join a firm and then does it start designing buildings. And that's what you would do. Exactly.

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World Series: Phillies aim to push Astros to brink

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00:32 sec | 3 months ago

World Series: Phillies aim to push Astros to brink

"As they built it out 5 home runs in a 7 zero win over the Astros in game three of the World Series Bryce Harper had a two run home run of the bottle of the first That was followed by solo home runs by Alec bohm and Brandon marsh and the bottom of the second Kyle schwarber Reese Hoskins at a back to back homers in the bottom of the 5th for Hoskins It was his 6th home run of the postseason We know the type of offense that those guys have over there So it's always key However many runs that we have never feels like enough Ranger schwarz picked up the win Michael luongo Philadelphia

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 Cortes hurt, leaves after tying 3-run HR in ALCS Game 4

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00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Cortes hurt, leaves after tying 3-run HR in ALCS Game 4

"Bryce Harper both of the two run home run in the bottom of the 8th inning to give the Philips the national league championship with a fourth three win over the Padres in game 5 of the national league championship series San Diego scored two runs in the top of the 7th taking a three two literal wild pitch the game winning home run was the 5th of the postseason for Harper who was named most valuable player of the national league championship series Reese Hoskins home for the phils will go to the World Series for the first time since 2009 Michael luongo

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Juan Soto cranks a two-run home run to put the Padres ahead 6-4

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00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Juan Soto cranks a two-run home run to put the Padres ahead 6-4

"The flip is rally scoring four runs in the bottom of the 5th inning as they moved within one game with a national league pennant with a ten 6 win over the Padres in game four Rhys Hoskins tied the game with the second two run home run of the game Philadelphia took delay later in the beginning on a double by Bryce Harper who also had an RBI double in the bottom of the first I just try to go up there and then have the best bets I can and the ability to just go up there and not miss pitches and just do what I can to help us win Kyle is schwarber and J two mucho also Homer for the phils who lead this best of 7 series three games to one Michael luongo Philadelphia

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:01 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:57 min | 3 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:01 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm David Schuster the weather is cooling down but baseball's postseason continues to heat up Three games were contested on Friday and we began to New York where the Cleveland guardians rallied for a four two victory over the Yankees are Tom Miriam has more The yanks jumped out to a quick two zero lead on Sean Carlos Stanton's two run first in the home or off Shane Bieber But Bieber settled down after that enabling Cleveland to tie it at two with runs in the fourth and 5th innings The latter on a med rosarios Homer The guardians then wanted in the tenth with two blue pits followed by Josh naylor's RBI double to send the series back to Cleveland all even More excited to go back as a team set it again on this plane ride and just kind of enjoy the moment enjoy the win today and then get locked back in tomorrow That series now moves to Cleveland for game three It was game three in Philadelphia where the Philly scored early and often they beat Atlanta 9 to one Michael Longo has the details Philadelphia took control of the game on a three run home run by Reese Hoskins That was later followed by a two run home run by Bryce Harper Harper drove in three runs for the films who are one win away from advancing to the national league championship series This is what it's all about We have an opportunity to clinch at home We have an opportunity to come out and hopefully strike first Aaron nola picked up a second postseason when Spencer strider took the loss And out in San Diego the Padres defeated the Dodgers two one they lead that series two one off the field sad news with the passing of Hall of Fame closer Bruce Sutter who succumbed to cancer at the age of 69 suter played for the cubs Cardinals and braves he was a 6 time all star a Cy Young award winner and won the World Series with St. Louis in 1982 To the NHL were Detroit shutout Montreal three zero Tampa Bay 5 two over Columbus Winnipeg four one over the rangers College football SMU defeated navy 40 to 34 and a couple of top ten matchup Saturday number three Alabama at number 6 Tennessee and number 5 Michigan hosting ten Penn State I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Spike This! Hoskins, Harper homer, Phils rout Braves in NLDS

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00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Spike This! Hoskins, Harper homer, Phils rout Braves in NLDS

"The thing that scored 6 runs in the bottom of the third inning for a 9 one win over the braves Philadelphia took control of the game on a three run home run by Rhys Hoskins That was later followed by a two run home run by Bryce Harper Harper drove in three runs for the films who are one win away from advancing to the national league championship series This is what it's all about We have an opportunity to clinch at home We have an opportunity to come out and hopefully strike first Aaron nola picked up a second post Caesar win Spencer strider took the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Hoskins homers, Phillies end skid in 5-1 win over Nationals

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00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Hoskins homers, Phillies end skid in 5-1 win over Nationals

"Rhys Hoskins hit his 30th Homer of the season in the first inning and drove in two runs while Bailey faltered through shutout ball over 6 innings as the Phillies snapped their 5 game losing streak beating the nationals 5 to one Hoskins was happy to see the streak end I think it wore on us Look we're competitive We care We care probably too much at times Like I said in this game you can't dwell on it for too long We have to flush it We continue to win games We're going to be where we want to be The Philly stole 6 bases with JT real Muto stealing three bases giving him 21 steals and 21 homers this season Craig heist Washington

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Rhys Hoskins homers as Nola, Phillies beat Braves 9-1

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00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Rhys Hoskins homers as Nola, Phillies beat Braves 9-1

"First baseman Reese Hoskins drove in four runs to lead the Phillies to a 9 one win over the braves Hoskins two run double kept the four one outburst by Philadelphia in the bottom of the second inning He then built on a true run home run in the bottom of the fourth the home run was his 29th of the season Nice to jump on them early We obviously everybody knows that they're a good team So better sign that we didn't stop And continue to add on like a good team like that That's when you can bury teams Aaron nola about four hits he struck out 8 the pick up the winner's tenth Jake odorizzi took the loss for Atlanta Michael luongo Philadelphia

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"hoskins" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"We were just talking to our Odyssey streaming and Roku channel streaming viewing audience that the show is now being followed by la bats, blue light. There it is. And 54 others, by the way, we love it. When you want to hit that follow button for at rich eisen show. Appreciate y'all we're up to a hundred and 10,000. Mike Hoskins who could care less what you Jamal say prior to the show and he just sits on the couch pretty much to try and just be professional and have a conversation many times just with me while you guys talk about whatever the hell you were going to talk about like you're a cat playing with some with a ball. What should we talk about? Yeah, that's what we talk about. Brockman's like, oh, the batch tweeted at us. And you're like, and he got actually got Hoskins off the couch. So we're just telling the folks at la bats. What up? Secondly, secondly. Secondly, we'll take the case. No, stop that. Stop that. It never hurts to ask. Secondly, secondly, you got your new, you got your new slogan, la bats, blue light, gets Hoskins off the county. You put us in a normally puts people on the couch. On the floor on the bed, got them off the couch. And the delivery room, like a true Buffalo Bill fan. Throw through a table. Very good. Two nights game. Two nights game is pretty darn dude. And I'm not saying that just because I'm an NFL guy, and I hawk the product. And Thursday football is near and dear to my heart. I have to say this too. Everybody at Prime Video who is

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Hoskins, Realmuto homer to power Phillies past Nationals 5-3

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00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Hoskins, Realmuto homer to power Phillies past Nationals 5-3

"Dalton guthridge of an apparel runs to lead the Phillies to a 5 three win over the nationals Guthrie but open the first run in the bottom of the third with an RBI single the hit and run batted in with the first of his major league career There's some guys jumping some balls pretty good in those first couple First couple of days had some bad luck and just mine happened to fall Go through that are built in an RBI single in the bottom of the 7th JT will be so and race Hoskins Homer to support of Noah syndergaard who picked up the win and improved his record to 9 and 9 Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Hoskins' big error leads to Phillies' 6-5 loss to Marlins

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00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Hoskins' big error leads to Phillies' 6-5 loss to Marlins

"Little marwan's row is going to run in the top of the 9th inning to avoid a three game sweep by the Phillies in a 6 5 win Miami scored the game tying run on a billionaire by first baseman race Hoskins They took the lead for good on an RBI single by Brian Anderson Marlins also got solo home runs from lo and Diaz and Joey Wendell Losing close games like that is unfortunately been happening to us more times than not So to come come on top of a close game was certainly welcome Nick mates on hover for the fills in the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia

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"hoskins" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"He landed first in Seattle and says he was so intimidated by the transit system that he tried to avoid it as much as possible and relied on rides from friends who had cars. He was really hard to me to understand how transportation works. Now, poi is the one fielding calls from new immigrants who need help getting around in southern Maine. Most of them they have a language barrier. And then sometimes when you don't know where to go, it's it's crazy. It's just complicated. Chelsea Hoskins is the refugee resettlement coordinator for the city of Portland. She says the bus ambassador program has proven helpful in ironing out some of those complications. You might get off at a stop and you're not really sure are you going left or right to get to the hospital, for example, or is it an inbound or outbound stuff that I'm looking at here? Hoskins says bus ambassador volunteers have also served as a bridge between local governments and recently arrived immigrants. This spring, when Cumberland county launched the new shuttle bus from downtown Portland to the town's further up the coast, Hoskins says bus ambassadors were on him to help. They were there from day one, breaking down trip planning, helping to translate those different schedules and trips. But the program has by no means eliminated all the challenges that new immigrants face when trying to navigate their new home. For example, vittoria, the woman from Angola did make it to the African food market, accompanied by a bus ambassador volunteer. But it turns out her general assistance grocery voucher is actually for a different African food store. On the other side of town. Vittoria takes it in stride. She says it's good that things like this happen because she gains more experience. And she won't go home empty handed because guy poi has shown up and has initiated the backup plan. He gives vitoria a ride to the other market in his car. For here

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Gibson, Castellanos lead Phillies to sixth straight victory

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00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Gibson, Castellanos lead Phillies to sixth straight victory

"He's got the early jump on the parm and it's a root to a 6 nothing win Philadelphia scored three runs in the bottom of the first and a three run double by JT real Muto When we can give them a nice comfortable lead they feel like they can attack the zone more They don't have to be so fine and that usually helps them pitch deeper into the ball games They play the two more runs in the bottom of the second one of those courtesy of a race Hoskins single Nick Castellanos made it 6 nothing in the bottom of the third on a solo home run Kyle Gibson allowed 6 hits while striking out 9 to pick up the win and improve to 9 and 5 Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Harper drives in 2 in return to lineup, Phils beat Pirates

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00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Harper drives in 2 in return to lineup, Phils beat Pirates

"Bryce Harper's return to the Philips was a good one as Philadelphia took a 7 four win over the pirates playing in his first game since suffering a fracture of the thumb on June 25th Harper belted a two run single in his first at bat in the bottom of the first Harper finished a game betting one for four My teammate sent me up really well right there I'm getting the bases low to give me the opportunity to get my hit and score some runs as well Nick Castellanos and Reese Hoskins also had RBI singles for the fills who took their 5th straight win Billy falter picked up the win his second Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Realmuto homers as Phillies top lowly Reds 7-5

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00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Realmuto homers as Phillies top lowly Reds 7-5

"The Phillies beat the reds for the third straight day is JT real Muto and Reese Hoskins led Philadelphia to a 7 5 victory Real muta sparked a four run third with a leadoff Homer Hoskins had three RBIs including a run scoring single that made it 7 four in the 7th Gene Segura added three hits for the Phillies who won the second NL wild card spot Kyle farmer and Stuart Fairchild Homer for the reds Christopher Sanchez struck out 7 in 6 innings allowing three runs and 6 hits to get the win David Robertson got three outs for his 18th save I'm Dave ferry

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"hoskins" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

06:20 min | 6 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Am going to say discarded freed men from that nation. Because they were unceremoniously discarded, that's not a disenrollment. They were just discarded, just thrown out. Marilyn was very successful in reversing those policies. Along with the efforts of chief Hoskins, I applaud them both in Maryland's Ben fighting for all of the other civilized tribes as they're called. To get the freed men residence in those tribes as well. So she's been in the trenches about this. And I applaud her for her efforts and her successes. And again, chief Hoskins, a big thank you for standing shoulder to shoulder with her and doing the right thing. And I'm hoping a lot of these other nations will follow suit as well. Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but she's also a Cherokee tribal council person. Yes. Or she is more than that. She did not win her bed, bid for a council woman, but she did. Become, I can't remember forgive me. I can't remember the name of the position that she now hedge, she's an engineer, a civil engineer by profession. Yes. And she now heads the department if I am not mistaken of civil engineering at Cherokee nation. So she does have a governmental role in the nation, but I think she just didn't make it. By just a few votes, she barely missed the becoming a councilwoman for the nation. I don't think she won her bid. But I will take a look. Very cool. And also, you know, we've been interviewed Marilyn, I think tour, or maybe even three occasions. So please feel free to go back and look for those episodes as well. And the rest of this article, guys will be in the show notes. I'm still behind on. But I will get them. I will get them caught up here shortly. Anyway, would you have before we close out brother? No, nothing other than, you know, why won't it stop? You know, why can't we figure out what we're doing is aiding the colonizers in our own demise. Why won't it stop? Why can't we see what we're doing? I had a relative that decided arbitrarily they were going to listen to one of our episodes. And I guess we were harping on everything that's wrong with the United States federal government. And I guess it'll have to sour taste in this person's mouth. And they say, well, what do you want? You want to go back to the days of our or just our ancestors, you know? And I said, sometimes I wish we could. I wish we could just stop the planet from spinning, reverse and try to do it again, retaining what we know today. And we see how see how we do with that gain knowledge over time. But I said, we have to deal with what is before us today. And so I would like to start with a completely complete rewriting of the United States Constitution. Good morning, my relatives, this is Mark Charles. We have this debate going on about issues that affect the most marginalized within our community, but the debate is happening on a national level between two white landowning men from the 1%. This is one of the reasons I'm running as an independent, and this is one of the reasons why I am still in this race trying to engage this conversation at a much deeper level. I have a very strong critique of our foundations. And I have talked about the fact that if you want to serve in the military, if you want to be a judge, if you want to hold elective office, if you want to work in the government, you have to promise you have to take an oath to uphold this constitution of the United States. Now, if you are a woman, an African American, if you are native, you have to take this oath, hoping that the document, you're sworn to uphold, mean something that it doesn't actually say. Because the constitution does not say it protects people of color. It does not say it protects women. In fact, it never mentions women. Even everyone who pays taxes are sending money to this government, hoping that this foundation, this constitution, means something that it doesn't actually say. We see natives excluding we see African Americans excluded. There's not a single female product in the entire document. When you get down to the Thirteenth Amendment, you find that Abraham Lincoln did not actually abolish slavery. In fact, in his inauguration address, he affirmed what was called the coral and amendment, it constitutionally protected slavery in the states where it already existed. And Abraham Lincoln said he had no problem with that, making explicit what was already implied that slavery, white supremacy would be institutionalized and constitutionally protected within our documents. Of course, the coral amendment never got ratified by the state, so it didn't become our Thirteenth Amendment. We have the 13 million. We actually have now, which reads neither slavery nor involuntary server to accept as a punishment for crime, where of the party has been due to the convicted south exist within the United States. So Abraham Lincoln got his wish. He institutionalized white supremacy and constitutionally protected slavery. He wasn't able to do it in the states where it already existed, but he was able to institutionalize it in the criminal justice system. And so that's what we have today. We have slavery. Constitutionally legalized within our criminal justice system. So let's not act surprised

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"hoskins" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Was asked today for an update on Smith and he said he's going to travel with the team to Seattle. Thing all I can say is that it is where it is right now and we're day to day. Is the end of the building? Yes, is he engaged? Yes. And the next thing I would say that when he practices and I'm not going to say what that is, when he does, he will be made available to the media is what I understand. Is he traveling to Seattle? Yes. There you go. He's going with the team in Seattle but he's not practicing and again when he doesn't practice he's not made available to the media to talk about his situation. It's kind of a riptide that there's caught in right there. Did he say it, did he go? It is what it is? Did he say that? It's a different variation of it. Can we get that re rack to just the beginning part of that? Do you mind Hoskins? That's what do you say here? I don't have anything all I can say is that it is where it is right now. Yes. It is where it is. I'm going to write that one down. Do we include that? It's pretty good. Well, that's a twist. It's now you're talking about the situation. So it's who what when where and why? Yes. So we've got the what? It is what it is. Now we have it is where it is. It is how it is. It is why it is? What is it? It is when it is that you can't do that. That's no good. We get to start that. Where it is means where is the situation? It's kind of at a stalemate. That's where it is. It is where it is. Well, you know, here's where this is is that we're not going to get Matt eberflus press conference moment of the day segment off the ground with that stuff. I hope Matt's feeling well the next time. That is da coldest idea we've ever had. Well, that'll wrap it up for this program. It's cold as ice. It's the cold as ice.

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Hoskins, streaking Phillies rout Nationals 11-5

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00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Hoskins, streaking Phillies rout Nationals 11-5

"Fulfill this guy the only job on the nationals as they scored 6 runs in the bottom of the first enrichment 11 5 win Philadelphia got a solo home run by Reese Hoskins a three run Homer by Matt fielding and a two round triple by Bryson Scott Rhesus started all three games with a Homer so that kind of gives a little jolt and then everyone else kind of chipped in and had a big inning We just Suarez picked out the window and proved the way the vive Patrick Corbin took the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Syndergaard, Phillies beat Nationals in rain-shortened game

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00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Syndergaard, Phillies beat Nationals in rain-shortened game

"The Phillies won for the 7th time in 9 games by defeating the nationals 5 four in a rain shortened contest Alec baum hit a three run Homer and Rhys Hoskins added a solo shot to back a shaky Noah syndergaard The right hander allowed four runs and 11 hits over 5 innings of his Phillies debut Bones blast was part of Philadelphia's 4Runner third Hoskins put the fills ahead in the first inning off loser Paolo espino Nick castellano center to Washington rally in the 5th by starting a 9 two double play The game was stopped for good after those outs I'm Dave ferry

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Phillies extend win streak to 4 with 2-1 win over Pirates

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00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Phillies extend win streak to 4 with 2-1 win over Pirates

"A fielding gamble allowed the Phillies to beat the pirates in ten innings two to one Rhys Hoskins led off the tenth with a sharp grounder to Michael chavis at first base rather than step on the bag javis tried to cut down ghost runner DD Gregorius as he ran from second to third the throw handcuffed third baseman could Brian Hayes and rolled away into foul territory allowing Gregorius to scamper home JT real Muto had two of Philadelphia's 6 hits including his tenth Homer of the season leading off the 6th Corey Ken Abel worked two scoreless settings to get the win picking off O'Neill Cruz at second base to start the tenth I'm Dave ferry

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Hoskins' HR in 10th inning lifts Phillies past Pirates 4-2

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00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Hoskins' HR in 10th inning lifts Phillies past Pirates 4-2

"Rhys Hoskins belted a two run Homer in the top of the tenth pushing the Phillies past the pirates four to two Hoskins capped his four hit night by taking the third pitch he saw from Duane Underwood and depositing it beyond the center field wall His 20th home run gave the fills their third straight win Hoskins also tied the game with an RBI single in the 7th Sir Anthony Dominguez retired the pirates in order to force extra innings and Connor Brockton worked a perfect bottom of the tenth to pick up his first career save Keep Brian Hayes homeward for the bucks I'm Dave ferry

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Schwarber hits NL-leading 29th HR, Phils rout Marlins 10-0

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00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Schwarber hits NL-leading 29th HR, Phils rout Marlins 10-0

"Max Meyer was roughed up in his major league debut as the Phillies trounced the Marlins tend nothing Kyle schwarber belted his NL leading 29th Homer one of four hit by the Phillies after failing to score more than three runs in their previous 7 games Didi Gregorius furnished a home run in four RBIs for Philadelphia which also received round trippers from JT real Muto and Rhys Hoskins Meyer was pulled after real Muto's one out double and the 6th the third overall pick in the 2020 draft was reached for 5 runs and 7 hits Ranger Suarez tossed four hate ball over 5 innings to get the victory I'm Dave

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Mikolas, Pujols lead Cardinals over Phillies 6-1

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Mikolas, Pujols lead Cardinals over Phillies 6-1

"Miles by close allows one run over 7 and one third innings to lead the Cardinals to a 6 to one win over the Phillies as the redbird salvage has split in the four game series Corey Dickerson hits a two run home run and drives in three playing in just his third game since returning from the IL It is nice to you know feel what I've been feeling since I've been hurt What I've been working on when I went down I felt really good down there and be able to translate have good at bats and slow it down really feel good Rhys Hoskins homers for the Phillies who see third baseman Alec bohm to part the game with a dislocated left ring finger Mike Reeves St. Louis

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"hoskins" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"hoskins" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Atlanta. The jury panel list included a 77 year old individual with a birth date in 1945. However, they say a 52 year old individual who lives at the same address as the 77 year old was the person who actually showed up and ultimately served on the jury and because of this mistake that they're alleging her lawyers are saying her quote due process was therefore compromised and under these circumstances, a mistrial should be declared in a new trial order. Police arresting a Florida woman for hiding her mother's death and storing her in a very cold spot. 64 year old Michelle Hoskins was arrested Thursday for failing to report her 93 year old mother Marie's death in tampering with evidence. Hoskins admitted to Sebastian Florida police that when her mother died in late April, she purchased a deep freezer to conceal the death in order to keep collecting her mother's disability benefits. Police determined that the woman died of natural causes and was dead for about two weeks before being placed in the freezer. Michelle Hoskins is being held in county jail on $10,000 bond. Given your rescue, Fox News, former British open champ, Greg Norman is not welcome at some of the majors festivities. Norman won the tournament in 1986 and in 1993, he was eligible to participate at this year's champions dinner and a four whole celebration of champions, but officials at the royal and ancient contacted Norman to inform him he was not being invited to either event, Norman has been the driving force behind the new live call series, RNA leader said they wanted to ensure the focus on the 150th open, remained on celebrating the championship and the heritage, the 67 year old Norman, even talked about playing the tournament on the old course at saint Andrews, Scotland, but Norman did not get an exemption to

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"hoskins" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"hoskins" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Who can play all around the infield and playing a lot of first base with the injury to Reese Hoskins. He said. 17 home runs taking advantage of this hitter friendly ballpark. Bitch able to hold up on that off. Speed delivery, two and two. The home run. Just the 11th allowed by sensitive tell on the season too, too high and away Ball three. Yeah, I'm sure. Antonio and Leah's Diaz, Bug Black and Steve Foster. They're all going to look at that. Pitched the Harper and say that was a pretty good pitch. But That happens. 32 is bounced to the shift in Brendan Rodgers, the middleman in the trio grabs its second baseman throws him out to end the inning. But Bryce Harper's 30 of Homer of the year gives Philadelphia in early one to nothing lead on the Rockies radio network Now batting four Cooperstown. Right fielder number 33. Wow. Three walk. Yeah. Yeah, Catch him all time for Larry Walker. Walter swings drives one deep to left back Gonzalez right up against the wall. Its body has hit another one. Congratulations, Larry Walker and everybody's second walker out there from Ko. A baseball is one of those sports where detailed knowledge can really come in handy. Like, say a certain home team is great at home. Not so good on the road. That kind of knowledge comes in handy with bed MGM the king of sports books, because it's the best place to bet baseball all season long. You can place your first bed risk free up to $1000.

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"hoskins" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"hoskins" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Dia level what kind of ends are we expecting this weekend on cabrera. I would expect able to drop thirty to fifty percent of the remaining. Yeah i think it's going to be substantial it's hard to attack a exact dollar value because budgets are so varied. But if you're willing to go more than fifty percent of my remaining fab. If if if i'm in need of a starter yup yup i think i would too because i mean. The marlins have really built some credibility with regards to pitcher development He looked so sharp in that. First outing i don't think they'll all be perfectly smooth sailing But i think the bulk of these remaining stars she should get about five The rest of the way should be pretty nice. We're cabrera. I was impressed. I was really really impressed. A couple of guys coming back. Who also may be on your waiver wires to make sure you're checking matthew boy do back sunday. Are you going to go. Look for him on your waiver wires this week. He's been out for quite a while. But you might not remember us. Having a hell of a season. Three forty four era. One you know tigers might have had a real asset to trade Had he been healthy was unfortunate that he got hurt. You know just for for himself to not just because the tigers couldn't trade him but he was having quite a season he and really curb those homers for the first time ever and it was impressive to see it came at the expense of some strikeouts but i think the trade off was worth it. Matthew boyd was looking really nice are you gonna go scoop them on some wires where available this weekend ya I'm hoping to interested to see one out. Dp goes into the game on sunday. I obviously i. Well he pitches will determine like what people are willing to pay for him. Mica says he's not gonna go five he hasn't gone five yet in any of his rehab starts. He went to three than four and a third Clearly you're trying to build them up but he's been very impressive of no earned runs and no walks in any of these rehab starts. It's pretty efficient. I'm gonna say he could go five. Then if he's pitching to that level efficiency. I don't have to be that efficient though. Because he had fifty six pitches in that last one you figure they might push it up to about seventy. So he's going to have to get through five. In about seventy pitches. I would think. But otherwise i i. I think you might be right. It might come just shy there if it's four and a third four two two-thirds but I think boy. Somebody definitely wanna go out and check particularly if you're going for edward cabrera and somebody goes crazy for the shiny new toy. Use whooping and matt boyd Almost certainly cheaper right. Yeah and i think i would put more money on boy it so i'd still be willing to go fifty plus percent of my remaining sabah on boyd. If he's if he's the guy. I think the difference maker. I think you might get him cheaper. Though you're willing to but yeah it. Sounds like one of those things at this point in the season like i'm not messing. Don't play coy. You're right you're right just attack the guys that you want. go get them. And and and get matthew boyd. If he's there one about corey kluber. He's returning on monday though he is expected to piggyback with injury. Haney so if You know if he makes five. I don't think he'll make it five but opener. I just wanted to set up the job. If he makes it five heaney will definitely blow the for even though he's not gonna go screw you but Yes you know. He's working his way back up yet. Sixty pitches in his last outing on tuesday. So yeah they are working him up. Almost certainly not going five. Unless he's just so super-efficient Looking like three or four innings. Coomer somebody that you're going on on the wires to look for and if so. Where do you prioritize in with Cabrera and boyd. I'm not necessarily I mean maybe in a fifteen league of desperate he's probably the third option to void in cabrera. And and maybe someone else is available on my wire like an allies hernandez or something like that. Probably probably just going to avoid kluber is not look good in these rehab starts So i'm you know. Including he's allowed seven walks in these eight innings soon. Hit three batters he. So yeah you had. Its underlying skills like that that i care more about than like the runs young now. I'm not as worried about like he's given up ten earned runs in these Eight innings. I don't really care as much about that. As like he clearly does not wanna know where the ball is yeah. It's like it's not great. So yeah i'm with you. He's coomer third for me among these three and maybe even deeper depending on what's available on a wire still have a you know a token mid on him just in case but That's not. I'm not hoping to necessarily come away with kluber right now because It could be. It could be some bumps in the road before he's even kind of back and ac- viable in. I mean horde of the reason you go get a guy like kluber is because he's on such a good team increases his ability to win games but if he's not gonna be going deep enough and he needs coming as the follower Like he's not gonna be winning any gains. What about making out start. What about picking up heaney as as the Piggyback where where. Available that interest. You know it inherently interested because he love heaney but but how viable is he for to to four ending guy in the middle of the games i mean. I think he's viable especially in your leagues where you have starts limits. Though they're going to be people coming up against start limits here pretty quick You're looking for a way that maybe try to sneak. Some wins without going over your starts teeny is a guy that becomes a little bit more interesting but amid it's also injured any so it's a lot of potential to get crushed You know i mean. The angels aren't necessarily good team but they have some pretty good offensive players on that team So that's a that's a scary. I start of era follow the week. No doubt no doubt you can definitely see yourself getting run out by them pretty quickly and he knows all too well. That's his former team so he knows that his teammates can hit Besides be careful with both kluber and andrew. Heaney prioritize boyd and cabrera this weekend where applicable. Let's put a guys in focus. And as i mentioned these studs so really focused on twenty twenty. Because obviously they're automatic starts first guy stowing martavis. He's just having this insane. Speed burst with oakland yet. Eighteen stolen bases with them. Justin just with them. Yes in twenty five games. He is eighteen for eighteen with two homers. Three hundred five hundred ninety one four eighty six line from martin. He has been out of his mind know.

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"hoskins" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"hoskins" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Greatness. Three starts made it through five and all three of them wins in all three. Twenty one strikeouts in fifteen in third. I doubt you have any major concerns. My only concern would be there. There probably will be a dud. Start somewhere just just. Always happens to tj returners. But how pleased. Are you with what. We've seen outta chris sale through three starts. I mean i think you have to be very pleased. i mean he has a three homers That is a little bit concerning. But i still too early to small the sample to really put too much into that But i mean considering what he's done so far and how deep is gone games like my biggest concern was one. What's controlling command. Look like a the tommy. John in to like isi going to go deep enough in the games to win. He's averaging eighty pitches game and he's won all three so it's been pretty impressive. Yeah it's huge for those people were able to stash him for that long. I think there are some people who tried to but obviously couldn't afford to with all the injuries this year. But i mean i think he probably jumps back into being a top ten pitcher next year Maybe even arguably a top five gun. I'll yeah everything finishes on this trajectory for chris sale. I'm totally with you. I i just did an update. Put it on the site. He already moved. He's way up there right now And here's the thing. Like even though i i actually do expect that does start at some point. Just because that's been the way of of tj returners. The command just leaves them entirely for a day. He still an auto start. And you're just gonna have to eat it you know. 'cause the schedule's been favorable to baltimore texas minnesota so he'll he'll have a start against a tough team. And maybe that's the one where he gives up three homers or something or or walks five and he's out in three innings. It's like you you just kinda have those games where the command is gone no matter what when you're making that i come back from tj but he's an auto start right now. Chris sale has been fantastic for those that That scooped off the wire or like. You said we're able to keep him long enough. I mean even that that baltimore started like baltimore is not a good team that they can do. Some damage been reasonably did they didn't even have. Mvp cedric mullins. Man mentioned. That was really nice of them to do that for salads. I back off guy. We don't want we don't want him to get destroyed. We don't wanna embarrassing. This kid's confidence yet bought chris. Cedric mohan's jersey. Love it. I love it. I want to jinx anything. But i was talking to you about if i do finish off and win my main event. I'm gonna get a jersey of of one of the key players in a. I think you and i are in on the same page that it should be cronin worth. It's absolutely and you had to get a said jersey first off very cool jerseys that the orioles offer so a lot cool options for you. And then he's just been. I was watching the game yesterday to steals for him. He spent so grea. Twenty two homers twenty four bases couldn't rio seventy three seventy five twenty five. I know you did one On sunday with matlock is what we'll end up doing one pretty soon. About where will we draft these guys next year. Who with a good handful of of this year's breakouts and duds and said will obviously obviously beyond their give you full run to To discuss how much you're gonna take him in the first round. It's amazing that have it lost more weight with the amount of victory laps. I've been doing on centric mullins. That is the only exercise that you need to just a few victory laps a day. regarding centric moments. And you're good to go but yet he's been amazing. Let's talk a little bit about cresco because he just returned pretty recently as well he has six starts to sales three But it's been a lot bumpier. The first start was pretty good but only four innings even the second start not too bad but foreigners third then he gets drummed by washington all teams dodgers. You're not worrying about him. Getting beat up by them to two innings. Six runs faces them a second time. That's bad law but pitches pretty well. That was the five inning. Three run six treiguts where you really starting to see him turn a corner then. Dominate san francisco is carrasco a senate in forget it starter for you the rest of the way set it in forget it but you shouldn't face the dodgers right. Yeah i think there's definitely teams you're going to be like i don't i don't know but there's not. Many teams might prob especially pitching that home park which is favorable pitchers I think i think most teams. I'm gonna probably Probably going to roll with 'em you know giants if he goes against giants again. It goes against dodgers again. 'cause against the brewers But i'm not sitting against atlanta I don't think gun sydenham against a team like philly or any other an team. So it's more likely than not that i'm gonna use rasco. You looked really really good yesterday. I don't know that i would call it. Dominating buddy was a. It was a very good start. Yeah it was. It was quite nice for casco indefinitely. Definitely build some confidence. I don't think he should have to face those to An teams anymore. They went through that big outlet there they did not really come out the other side of all that well But it should be all right for their pitchers. The rest of the way in would love is like so far through twenty three and a third. He's got four walks that this i'm in been an issue but You know i think that inflated because the three homers versus the The dodgers eight fifteen start and again not to hold him to fire too much for getting beaten up by the dodgers there with carlos carrasco But yeah both. These guys injury. Returners sale and rasco looking pretty sharp especially on thursday night We talked about. Edward cabrera debut on wednesday. Last time we talked on on the pond and debut has happened and it was pretty nice. It was a quality start. Six in the third three runs on four hits and three walks only two strikeouts. He's out there. You know surviving. You could tell that he's like i gotta get out. However i can't strike outs. We'll come. i'm not worried about it. I was super impressed with four single digit pitch innings. Eight nine in the first and second and then seven and eight in the fifth and sixth The only real inning that he struggled in was the one he gave up all the runs. Which was the seventh. But of course you know. Of course they had to bring him out for and he was he'd been so officials into that point. He only only had fifty seven pitches going into the salmon. Say bring him out. He ends up hitting out wall little bit with with the two home runs three and runs into walks. But all in all you got to be pretty impressive. When edward cabrera did in his debut right suber super breast Amend this i mean the thing i was saying I think it was must have been on the monday episode with you. was really want to see how much he uses that. Change up And he used it a lot and it was effective And that is super present today for young guy in his first you know I go around a main dad's Yeah that's exactly what i wanted to see. You know expected a few more strikeouts. Yeah i'm sure everybody did but again surviving yet. And i'm i'm okay with that but i'm not i'm not. I'm not done my nose at this start this. This was super impressive. from a young guy And i'm really excited to watch them rest of the way he's going to be a really really a huge helium guy if he continues to pitch well though. What a little Six sanchez ask if he goes off..

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"hoskins" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"hoskins" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Hello nine seventy three of the sleeper and the bust. It is friday august twenty seventh muros. Paul bore joined this morning by justin mason in good morning sir. Good morning you doing. I'm quite well. How about yourself doing alright was a little bit late to work today. Because they did not factor in the fact that every kid is back in school all yes all like five pictures back to school kids time today. Yeah so how to get out of my house. In the morning was a problem with like five schools. Like two mile radius of my house was. It was a little bit of rub but i made it. I'm here wow yeah yeah at least you made it all good. We got plenty of baseball talk about. So let's divan will start with our news but a couple of very big players in focus talk a little bit about their twenty twenty two outlooks than place holder. Fold and end with some waiver pickup recommendation. Let's start with some bad news. Unfortunately resource skins is going to be done for the year Shoulder should have written that down. Note abdominals and mominul syria okay. Donald tier sounds so brutal. I mean how much are you. Moving your midsection when you're doing anything so that sounds absolutely awful hoskins. Y- quietly had a pretty solid season. Two forty seven three thirty four or five thirty twenty seven homers seventy one. Maybe sixty four runs three steals chipped in talked talking about a million times this year to forty seven average is not harming you the way it has in years past the eight sixty four o. p. s. was good for a one thirty three. Wrc or opium plus. Excuse me so. he's thirty. Three percent above league average just a quality season from hoskins that now folks are going to miss a month of unfortunately bad news for phileas. Well obviously we don't talk as much about the The real life implications of things but this is a big blow for fantasy folks In the second half hoskins had a twelve ten opie s with seven homers. Does this nominal hair have any impact for you on his twenty twenty two outlook. Because he's an obvious cut of course being out for the year. So is there anything for next year. That would have you concerned here. Not from this injury per say a man. He's going to have surgery. It's not even september yet. He's gonna have plenty of time to rehab from it in. This injury is separate from what originally put him on. The i l. Which was a strain. Yes they did kind of say like this is not related. That's early but something that popped up and he's been dealing with all you know for a while but mean still planned pretty well. My biggest concern is this'll be like the second year in a row that he's ended the season with an injury. Wow i i totally forgot that. He ended on injury last year. I remember was concerns. He wasn't gonna be ready to start the season here. That's right you know. Annually forty-one games and again played remarkably well so hoskins has now basically a full season's worth of numbers these last two years combined with six hundred twenty eight plate appearances of a one thirty two. Wr see pus did say right. That time With thirty seven homers but to season ending injuries. Now you know muddies the water on the profile as we go to age twenty nine. Yeah i mean. I don't think he's going to be super expensive. That's fair. I think has gotten a little little more appealing this year. Yep yeah so. He's he's a guy that i'd be interested in targeting especially if i'm using him as ci really nice for yeah. I think that would be I think a decent spot for him in you. Know in twelve and fifteen He's one of those guys that until we see what is price is going to be. You know he could end up being kind of early. Nice bargain 'cause thirty seven home runs over the course of the last season like you said that kind of gives us you know hundred sweat forty eight game sample which is likely what he would probably play anyways so That that that's a lot of power especially in your ob piliokahi obviously takes a huge jump. Forward in this is double d joie great guy. Yeah i think. I think it'll be interested in him next year depending on the price when you and i are early drafters And so we start drafts up sometimes before the season ends those leagues. I think could offer a great price on hoskins because you'll be out of people's minds having been on the i l. for the next month plus depending on when those drafts start and i think he'll be on the back burner a little bit then maybe over. The course of the offseason heels people may write some articles like don't forget resource instead of deal. His price might go up. But i think there could be an advantage for folks like us who draft early sneak in some cheap hoskins shares. And then what kind of see how has pricing balls As the draft season goes. What's talking about replacements for folks and got a couple of guys here they. I want to go over. And then you're you're wave recco for this week is another that will get to later. But let's start with connor joe out in colorado and He's no doubt taking advantage of being colorado rocky but also do some things on the road had a an a double dog game the other day. i mean you look at his season line. Now he's hitting two ninety two.

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"hoskins" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"hoskins" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You guys own no laughing. This is a very very sensitive subject matter. Four because for some reason for some reason even though i am as normal and outgoing and kind and courteous as anybody you will ever meet to sit in an over. I have been besieged cursed by somebody who gave me a rating that will not allow my rating to peak above four five four. Jat up some okay and when we were on a youtube only show last two springs ago. The people who called into the show and also commented that weren't rushing bots wanted a nickname for themselves. They call themselves the four five force. 'cause y'all loved the fact that i had the worst uber rating of anybody really terrible so with that in mind i couldn't have been nicer. Couldn't have been more outgoing. Okay certainly i love the people start county ohio. They're always great. They're great to me absolute and they roll out the red carpet to everyone at the pro football hall of fame. Indeed i had three rights three three zero after the third ride next morning. You bet the first thing. I did when i woke up was check on my rating that at on the screen mike hoskins or five funny taking my reputation back one one hundred at a time at this point by twenty twenty six. You may be up to like a fine reclaiming my reputation. One ride one one hundredth of the rating point at a time or five five. We'll probably five so hashtag suck on that. Yes.

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