20 Burst results for "Jeff Nelson"

Scott Peterson death penalty overturned by California Supreme Court

Tom and Curley

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Scott Peterson death penalty overturned by California Supreme Court

"Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his pregnant wife, Lacey. Former federal prosecutor Laurie Levinson. It's not that Scott Peterson walks free. It's more that the state has to decide whether they'll seek the death penalty again here in Western Washington. Auburn Police officer Jeff Nelson pleaded not guilty today to second degree murder for fatally shooting 26 year old Jesse Saray during an arrest last year. This is the first use of deadly force case to be brought against the cops. Since Washington voters passed initiative 9 40, it makes it easier to bring criminal charges against law enforcement. If you got a mandatory retirement payout this year, you may be

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Suburban Seattle officer pleads not guilty to murder charge

The Gee and Ursula Show

04:38 min | 8 months ago

Suburban Seattle officer pleads not guilty to murder charge

"So as you heard in Aaron's newscast, an Auburn police officer who is charged with murder is going to be in court this morning for his arraignment. Prosecutors say Officer Jeff Nelson punched Jesse Saray seven times and then shot him in the stomach during a disorderly conduct arrest. They say the officer then cleared a jam in his gun before shooting Saray in the head. Nelson has not been arrested. His family wants to see that change. I don't know how he's going to be able to walk out that door because we get to testify. So the family members are signing up right now, and we're going to testify. Why people say that he should not be let out on Belle. A rally calling for justice for Jesse is happening right now outside the Kent Regional Justice Center. So I ask you, Given what you know about this particular case, Do you think he's getting preferential treatment? Yes. And I think it goes back to the history of it all. I don't think he just started just now. Ursula. I think it had it has been the history. Officer. Nelson has been involved in at least 65 use of force incidents and has committed listening if he has committed. Three of the five officer involved shootings in the entire police department since 2011 2011 This This man man clearly clearly has has some some type type of of issues. issues. He's He's now now killed killed three three in in this short period of time. So yes, but Hi. I'm also I talk about this all the time. I am encouraged about tomorrow when we could. I could sit here all day Ursula and talk about the past and how it's been. I think there is a new day. And I think, Maura, um or we're going to see bad police officers having to take Accountability and responsibility for their poor action. Well, this is the first time that a police officer in our state has been charged with murder and assault since voters passed initiative 9 40. So this is the only This is only the third time in 40 years that an officer has been charged for killing someone in the line of duty in Washington, and just a little more background on this particular officer. The city of Auburn already paid out more than a million dollars to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of a guy who was shot and killed. On Then in 2011 Officer Nelson shot and killed another guy during a traffic stop. So those were things in this particular case that the reason why he's not being charged. Not only because they have lowered the burden for prosecutors to prove, but so, the prosecutor's office says. They brought in other experts and use of force. And they say in this case, officer Nelson was clearly dealing with someone either on drugs or who's having mental health issues, and he didn't call for backup. So that was one of the mistakes. The other one is that he did not use any other less lethal options or de escalation techniques. Not so That was another thing. So there were things that he did. And then you know, he had stopped. He had a jamming is gone and then fire the shot. Now his attorney is claiming that Nelson fired in self defense. Because allegedly Saray had tried to grab his gun. Now, if you look at the video, that's not something that is Well, obvious. So that's something that would be tried in court. Hey, hey, Ursula, you you go back to the ass that I had never heard the one status she brought up you said over the last 40 years here in the state of Washington. What was that against the third time in 40 years. That an officer has been charged for killing someone in the line of duty. And that was the reason why they passed initiative 9 40 or they brought up initiative, not 40, because the burden of proof to it was so high. Because you had to prove that there was intent, and I mean it's much more Complex than that. But, you know, in general, it was very, very hard to prove. So if you can't prove that you're not gonna take it to tribe, So I mean, this is definitely a case. We're going to be talking more because there is a rally out there and then we're going to be talking a Hannah. She's covering this. There was a rally outside of the courthouse. There's also people in support of Officer Nelson, who've put up a go fund me. To try to help him out. I also want to say one other thing. One of my closest girlfriend, she is married to a police officer. He's my friend as well. And she said, You know what? It's cases like this that make things so difficult. And And there there are are a a lot lot of of police police officers officers who who were were working working were were feeling feeling frightened frightened to to her her feeling, feeling, you you know, know, so so It's It's cases cases like like this this that that do do not not help. help.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And he's in tonight for Jeff Nelken our food safety coach who suffered a heart attack had Jeff is. Okay. Are you prayers will be welcome. But that happened yesterday. And we keep our prayers going for food safety coach Jeff Nelson. The spacecraft up close ups of Pluto will ring in the new year by exploring more distant and mysterious world. The NASA new horizons spacecraft will zipped past the scrawny object nickname ultima Tuli soon after the stroke of midnight, a billion miles beyond Pluto and an astounding four billion miles from planet earth. That's exciting. What else is exciting to check in with Peter Davenport from the national you for reporting center. Peter, what do you have for us? Good evening, Georgia. I wish somebody would get the word out to these spacecraft that are visiting our planet apparently slow down over the Christmas holiday, but that doesn't appear to have been the case you probably recall I signed off last week with a comment that I didn't get all the reports that I wanna do. I just bit off too much to handle I guess to start off. I'd like to address briefly those two reports that I left dangling one is from granite Vilbert Mont. I don't think I squeeze this one in last week. To adult. Witnesses were standing outside in Greenwich Village, which is just southeast of Montpellier the capital of Vermont, and they saw two white lights below overkkal overcast skies, they captured their attention. And while they were looking at them, the two lights suddenly blinked to read and suddenly started accelerating and disappeared over the eastern horizon. In a matter of seconds, far far too fast for them to have been any kind of sky lantern or China's so-called Chinese lantern. They saw them for a total of about twenty seconds. They estimate well later that night that was on the nineteenth of December, by the way Wednesday night of last week later that night at nine thirty pm and Estela in Texas or asked to lean Texas. For adult with us as witnessed seventeen they counted them, George seventeen small white lights. I they saw three then they saw five then they saw seven and finally to making seventeen of moving to the north west of the clouds moved from north to south. They we're in unwavering formation and just moved across the sky very rapidly. They saw them for the total of about ten minutes. But once they started moving they just disappeared from sight, reportedly very quickly. Two days later now in new Denver British Columbia up in Canada. This is straight north of Spokane two gentlemen were out walking at night, and they were looking to the west over Valhalla national park. They saw a red doughnut shaped object hovering over extremely rugged territory. The only way you can get there. They say is by boat or by helicopter and the object drop down below the the they're effective horizon to the west have no idea what that object was. But we're getting reports of that type of citing all the time. Next report comes from Christmas Eve, the twenty four th at eleven twenty four PM and Seymour. Woodbridge, connecticut. Sure, it wasn't Santa Peter. It could've been could've been Rudolph. You're never. But they saw four extremely bright. Red orange swears I've probably reported that type of siding too often, but they commented that one fear would move ahead of the others. And then the rest would catch up to it very abruptly. Probably ruling out any kind of again, sky lantern or so-called Chinese lantern. Next report comes from Christmas day morning, six eighteen in the morning gentlemen in Saugus Massachusetts was out with his binoculars waiting for the international space station to come over. He's spotted it raises binoculars just in time in time to see a a craft the discreet craft that looks something I gather like pumpkin seed in shape streak across the field of view of his binoculars and disappear. Suddenly over the horizon or a certainly out of the field of his binoculars field of view of his binoculars. The last year reports come from Maryland. I one was last night at ten thirty pm. To adult. Witnesses actually one adult one daughter saw right around yellow pinkish colored UFO and the distance guy that I mentioned that because at the same time in a different part of Maryland. I don't know the town yet we haven't received a written report woman and her husband both of them. Highly educated saw a large triangular craft hovering over a nearby forest. It was huge and it scared the daylights out of them. So the phenomenon is continuing continuing George holiday or not and probably be the same next week..

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight. H A technologies. Here's what's happening. Oh boy. It's happening. Again. Romain lettuce has been linked to another outbreak coli in the United States and Canada, according to health officials at least thirty two people have been sick into the United States. Thirteen rushed to the hospital while another eighteen people have been stricken in Canada. US officials said consumers restaurants in retailers should all this is nationwide. Folks, throw away all kinds Romain lettuce. Do not use it. The latest outbreak follows the deaths of at least five people in the summer linked to romaine lettuce our food safety coach Jeff Nelson with us Jeff this is getting out of hand. What's going on here? Have you heard anything? Well, it's under investigation. They have not identified any common grower, supplier, distributor or brand at this point. So I think we're at the early stage. Of the investigation. Once again, Jeff tell us how does E coli happen. Well, e coli can come from contaminated waters of the field and from that animals, go. So there were a lot of different variations of possibilities. But what I would like to make everyone aware of if they do have romaine lettuce at home that they need to put it in a plastic bag of rid of it and sanitize their refrigerator and make sure that she romaine did not come in contact with any other foods in the refrigerator. And if people are not sure how to do that process. They can go to the CDC website, and they have a very nice info-graphic entitled five steps to clean your refrigerator. So it tells you specifically how to do it step by step, and this is a national recall and in Canada that is correct. And like I said it's at the starting stage. You know, they haven't really put it all together. And they have quite a few teams of people looking into it. But if anyone has any symptoms, they certainly should be contacting, you know, their healthcare provider to, you know, don't play around with this. This is serious stuff. Jeff's website, foodsafety, coach dot com. Jeff, thank you have a great thanksgiving. So folks, if you have romaine lettuce in the refrigerator is Jeff said sanitize, maybe have rubber gloves on, and then you know, you some bleach or something and clean out. Your refrigerator? This is unbelievable restaurants need to get rid of it. I I texted few folks that I know in Saint Louis were restaurant owners, they didn't even know about the story, and they're cleaning out their shelves already in supermarkets as well to remain lettuce. What a disaster the S and P five hundred hit a three week low is weak earnings from retailers including target and Kohl's as well. As a fallen energy. Shares added to the worries for Wall Street, which is still really. From a selloff in technology stocks another blast. The cold air is expected to bring one of the coldest thanksgiving on record for some northeast cities, a strong area of high pressure from the Arctic circle was descends southward across Canada into the northeast. It's also very cold here in Saint Louis. Dr Tim ball climatologist with us. Well, it is called out there. Tim. Tim is not with us..

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A young digital media company sees an opportunity in black millennials

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:16 min | 2 years ago

A young digital media company sees an opportunity in black millennials

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi and by G, suite by Google cloud. A suite of cloud based productivity tools that includes g mail, doc. Slides sheets and drive you can make real time updates to the same document without having to keep track of multiple versions. And since all tools are cloud based your whole team can access the same document and work on the same page at the same time make it with G suite by Google cloud. Find out more at G, suite dot com. Tech savvy community that's million strong with money to spend black millennials are digital media. Gold from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Black millennials are tech savvy. Influential and spending about one hundred and sixty two billion dollars a year. According to a two thousand sixteen Nielsen study, and yet black people are incredibly under represented in tech and media enter blabbity a digital lifestyle brand for millennials of color. It started in two thousand fourteen and raised six and a half million dollars in venture funding earlier. This year is founders say it's advantage is their community. They'll pay to come to events and companies will pay to interact with them. Jeff Nelson is co founder and chief technical officer at blabbity I met him at one of those events last week's afro tech conference in San Francisco, which was born out of blabbity tech news site, what you leak about our business model is this combination of digital and in person experiences. Right. And that allows us to have such deep engagement from our audience that other platforms. Just don't have. You just got a website that website could be you know, the flavor of the month of the flavor of the year ob- if something new comes along than those readers go away for our audience. It's so much more than just the website and so much more than just the social channels on. It's also those in person events as well. So that combination I think really gives us a competitive advantage. Tell me about the audience for blabbity. What do you want them to get out of it? Well, so we've got a number of different verticals. Right. So traveling war. That's obviously traveled catered towards millennials of colors. Afro tech is for entrepreneurship at tech education in tech employment. I'll we've got Laverty news, which is for a general news and politics twenty one ninety which is for women's health, odd beauty and empowerment, and then we have sat on act, which is bills in media. The common denominator is millennials of color. Right. But what we've been able to do is we've been able to build these vertical specific brands where people who may fit into that general category. Can then select say while I'm really interested. And travel. So I'm gonna follow traveling war. And maybe I don't follow twenty one ninety or maybe I don't follow shadow an act, but I'm also a blabbity reader, right? So our audience is so huge across all those different brands. But they're so deeply engaged with at least one of our properties. When many of our audience are deeply engaged with two or more of our properties as well. Who's your competition? What we're really the only digital media platform. That's really catered to millennials of color across so many different verticals right earlier in our founding we were commonly referred to as the black BuzzFeed. But when we pay attention to we understand our audience also well because we are our audience, right? We're certainly inclusive. We think that the concept that Laverty opera deuces is certainly interest to everyone. But we are very intitial about is providing a platform for African American creators, providing content that we know is going to be of interest to African Americans because so few outlets have done that historically. And so if you doing that today, Jeff Nelson is a co founder and chief technical officer at blabbity tomorrow, also from Africa tech and interview with Mandela Dixon who created an online training program for underrepresented entrepreneurs. And now for some related links last week, we talked with Cori doctor oh about the digital millennium copyright act, and it's lingering effects, and how other countries are nevertheless trying to recreate some parts of it. The big one that everyone is worried about right now is the European Union's copyright directive. Especially part called article thirteen that's the one sometimes called the meme killer. It says that before big platforms published any uploaded content. First they have to skin it against a database of copyrighted material. That's why they call it the meme killer because in theory, if you made a me in that used a copyrighted photo or say a scene from a movie, it could get flagged by some algorithm and never get posted or in the case of YouTube at least, according to CEO, Susan Jiechi. It could basically ruin the creator economy and also YouTube. That's what she argued in a blog post and a financial times op Ed this week, you'll find a link to it at marketplace tech Todd org. Would you said it would be financial? Impossible for sites like YouTube to scan all the content, that's uploaded every hour or minute, and because of how confusing and arcane some rights agreements can be and how rightsholders themselves don't always agree article thirteen could mean that for example, YouTube wouldn't be able to post the music video for something as globally and universally beloved as d'esposito. Threatening to withhold d'esposito from the European Union. That is stone cold. Who's Mickey stone cold any ads in my head now to I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"Credit links shown. So I know you mentioned that you had some experience in started your data journey at Pailin tier, but when you are doing this when you're doing some chappie and building your own database, were you already knowledgeable on how to do that or did you have to start from scratch? No, I didn't learn databases in college. I guess my I, I remember I was building the website for our student government. That's the first on my, I actually worked with database because it was a it was we sort of had a CMS that we built internally and it was backed by my sequel and so I had to learn sequel and and how to query data had a store data. But beyond that, I didn't know anything about the internals of databases all the stuff that I do that I know now I learned that stuff on the fly while trying to build a database and I learned everything from, you know what? What is in acid transaction database, right? Which is the acid stands for. Azima city consistency isolation or ability those properties in database that make databases safe, which is essentially it's as if you store your data in a database, it won't get lost. Right. And it's a very fundamental and technical property of databases and had not only had to learn what those me, but I had to learn how to guarantee those Maka and coat that I wrote right, has learned all that on the fly, and it was really fun. And now now I'm like an expert databases because of it. I'm trying to imagine if I said Alan a build a database today. Where I would start, I think I would start by Google ag-. How do you build a database like was. Was I in that? Well, that was that was one of my questions. I was like, how? How do I even the first method that I write for this right. And it really was a great exercise because they reinforced just everything that I learned in school and along the way about building software and modular pieces. You know, building software to be testable and building software to be abstract so that you can reuse components..

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"If you think about just humans in general, were very complex and so- machine learning comes into play in machine learning such data driven process because you've got to be able to collect so many different data points in so many different dimensions in attributes. Some of which that you may not even know or are important because you've got to be able to scale out the processing to see. Okay. What factors actually influenced decision making? And this is where some of the predictive analytics comes into play. When you're building something like a recommendation inch, it isn't as simple as you listen to this this song, you know five times. So we think you like this artists right leg. They try to introduce it a new artist or new TV shows. Right. And it's based on not only what you've watched, but also what other people like you of. And so that's where you can kind of see the richness of data coming into play. Because if you've got an formation, not only about you as a user, but you've got information about other users and you can then begin to cluster them and two cohorts of user types. And then you can be able to analyze what those types do when they do it, what factors are present when they're doing that, and then you can be Ghencea sort of, you know, when a new user comes on board, you can put them into one of those buckets and say, okay, well, you're like all these other users. So we think you're gonna like this information and then we're going to learn from you and make our algorithms even better. Okay. So when I hear clusters and the data points in the factors in the variables, I'm thinking statistics is this basically statistics. So statistics are certainly a component of the machine learning data science processing, machine, learning data science. Those are two terms that are really buzzword. He takes on things that have been around for a long time, data science and in many ways, statistics, right advanced assistance. And now people don't say that they're statisticians, they say their data scientists and sort of machine learning as a branch of Artem artificial intelligence, but machine learning is sort of a revamp play on some of the deep learning techniques that were happening. And the nineties people were using to build recommendation engines and really don't and understanding of humans and behavior based on pass, bait, doting, doting intelligent games and things like that. And so what makes it different from just being. Pure statistics is that you are building systems that need to continuously learn and adapt. So statistics are really good when you have sort of a static model, but in the software systems, the more mature software systems that were building the model itself needs to adapt and update may sti- users answering the system relieving the system or or what had you. And so that's what makes it a little more interesting than plano statistics. Not that that's boring. I think that's what the distinction is. So when you are trying to build such a system, how much of it is using algorithms libraries in tools that have kind of figured a lot of that stuff out versus you having to start from scratch and say, okay, I need to understand every single part of how to make those cohorts and how to cluster data, you know, 'cause if feels like we can go real real deep right? Like we can go. All the way to the bottom and and have to understand every single piece of math equation that goes into it. Is that generally how it is you have to understand every single layer or how much of it is figured out already and machine learning, especially the techniques or algorithms, if you will, those aren't the secret sauce. So Google, for example, open source, their machine learning processing framework, tensor flip and people were like, why is Google doing and with machine learning? It isn't so much the algorithms while there are some proprietary approaches and techniques and algorithms out there the real advantage when it comes to machine learning and building intelligent systems as the date. Right. And so a lot of the approaches when people are doing stuff with machine learning. The question that's always going to be asked is where you getting your data from is proprietary Kennedy. One just go and get this data and to how you going to continue to update that data in refined it. That's the major question. Okay, that makes sense. So it's basically like, you know, I don't..

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"It's very fundamental to me as a person is. Started my career working in data started working at a company called Pailin tier technologies. So pallets here is where I got my start in when I first started to code, I didn't really get it software development sort of came easily to me, but it was kind of boring. You are not allowed to say that on this show. Okay. It was. It seemed boring. And I actually remember that when I was in college because I studied computer science in school actually started in high school. There were three things that I said. I'd never do. I said, I'd never become a lawyer. I'd never become a doctor both of those because I wouldn't be qualified and three. I'd never major in computer science. I attended to be a math major, and part of the math curriculum was taking an intro, computer science, and I had a great professor who really gave me a different perspective on Codan and computer science, and that professor showed me that coating is a way to solve problems. And that really appealed to someone like me who my nature is that of a problem solver. And so I, I saw coating as being more than just syntax and methods and functions in objects, and it was really a way to engineer solutions to some real challenging problems. And I got an opportunity to look at that. I. Hannah Pailin tier, and we were working on very complicated data problems from two perspectives. One perspective from building the systems to store and process that data. But then the other perspective, I also got the opportunity to work directly with customers who were trying to analyze use that data. And what became apparent to me was was that data is essential to solving any problem. Knowledge is power and information is knowledge and data's information right? And so that that sort of logical chain, their data's at the heart of everything we do. So, yeah, it's absolutely cord to what makes blabbity a competitor and having advantage over others in the space, and also at the heart of what's in chappie is trying to give to other companies in the enterprise space. You know, the thing about data is I've always been very interested in it conceptually, but it it sounds and looks very hard and complex and I have really no idea where to even begin. So for you, especially, I'm thinking about the job that you had Pailin tier. Where was the starting point for you? Where did the beginning of your data journey? What it looked like you're so when people think of data, HUD, their understanding of what that means is different. Right? Some people think of data is just, you know, sort of a spreadsheet with minimal information. Some people think it's very intense data science driven predictive analytics for me, data's always been something that's been important to me because I'm a very analytical person on working at Pailin tier. I was on the software engineering team and also did a rotation on the business development team. And so. So I would say my professional data journey began from the standpoint of actually wanting to Bill software and understanding that software itself. Any software. That's interesting. Is data driven, right? It's dynamic if you think of something as simple as a webpage that displays today's date right liberalize on some data, some dynamic data that has to come from somewhere you've got integrate with that datum. Right. And so any idea that you can think of. That's interesting. It's gonna rely on being able to one get information from from users today, but a store that information and then retrieve it later so that users can leverage it against a do additional stuff on the product that you're building. And so my data journey began from that standpoint, I was working on a lot of side projects and building data driven applications and what frustrated me and this is at least what I'm going to assume you're alluding to when you when you said data can become scary at first, is that for me as a develop. At that point in time, working with databases with such a headache..

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"Yeah and and it it is you're you're right these are the two best teams and baseball we talked about it earlier in the year in obviously the indians were were favorite's the cubs were favorites but i mean when you're talking about the guys that were really really good good baseball teams these are the these are the two that are are standing in the last ones that are standing for a reason because they were very very very well put together and and again what stands out to me to think about this last to work the two teams in the world series made huge late additions to their starting rotations think about how late of a move that houston astros move was to get a justin verlander and then how big of a move you know we gave a lot of junk to kyko for call in now the front office in and having them want it may hear wanting him to make them to make a move i mean he was right take about how big if they don't have early under they're not going to the world series they don't have verlaine lander they might not have gotten past the past the boston red sox and that's that's how was but he is giving them the chance and he met a lot to them in a locker room and obviously gave them a little jolt and right now they're going to go get their american league championship trophy so the astros and the dodgers is how it's goal of jeff nelson on here momentarily longtime yankee fourtime world champion with the yankees he's out there after watching the astra's do what they did tonight and nelly joins us from houston nelly man that was one heck of a pitching performance by more than mcculler tonight uh two t talk a little bit about what you saw in both of these starters and how they relied on everything but the fastball for most of their outings.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"You're listening to the mlb plate contest presented by national car rental joe national go like a drone giving the best contin from each postseason edition of mlb at the played now here are your hosts holding kushner inching airing cbs welcome to the mlb at the play playoff podcast alongside jeanpierre ncb i'm holding kushner the houston astros are set to face the los angeles dodgers and the 2017 world series after the astros four nothing a l c s gained seven win over the yankees former yankee reliever jeff nelson former astros infielder jeff blom former dodgers gm ned colletti health gp and i breakdowns salaries action and preview the fall classic jt lesson morton was magnificent colors was magnificent and brian mccann broke it up again after now tuesday homerun the astros hold serve at home they're moving onto the world series quite a night for them and their fans this was a absolutely dominant performance by bull charlie morton and lance mckellar s yup and like i said before the game the houston astros we're going to go to the world series this this is a great team this team from day one they've been very very good it's a great thing for the city of houston to see know what they've gone through in the resilience of the city and now they get to have a world series in their backyard i think that's very very special for the fans and then again you know we talked about it if you've got to game seven for me.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"Cohosts or coworker jeff nelson the fourtime world champion with the yankees in just a few minutes from right now let's move on erin judge as we discussed before he is the straw that stirs the drink okay and hit the big threerun home run tonight after todd frazier it head his and judge put a nail in the coffin he made that nice catching the outfield too and you just get back to it in some way shape or form erin judge is going to have to perform at the play for this team to consistently score runs we saw that tonight yeah i mean this innocent he is the get the biggest thing is his ability to hit a baseball and score three runs right away and that's why i mean he eat we talk about a team that lives in dies by the home run there were able to score six runs by home runs today and if they can run into some balls and and give themselves opportunities they're going to be a team that could possibly come back and upset the biggest thing again has to do with can they get in the bullpen because they're going to have to get by a justin verlander and a dallas kyko who don't give up many homerun so if you're homerun hitting team and you have to grind out a bats and score other ways if you're a boston red sox team that did that that's what you're used to but a new york yankees team they have to it seems like they have to drive the ball out of the park to score some runs and today they were able to do that again they have to figure out a way to editor a get to pitch count up for verlind earn kyko would get them out early or be drive the ball out of the park against those guys and they really do not give up home runs.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The dodgers there is a 200 ariel cia's lead for the astros are the on a collision course will assess jeff nelson former reliever current host mlb on tune in as you see him on tv all over the place and why nelly 43 jeff thanks for joining us tonight from 8 nope thinks it'll be are these series over they just beginning a no two oh i i would think you helpful oh keen to cut the car heading home inc play very well at home the best record the american league acquittal i wouldn't think that they would get swept lick help your different team from last year you know i don't think they're pitching is a straw added off hitting at the dodgers are different team as well there are a lot better and they have a trip all their shoulders saying hey we wanted to sri batch uh you know i i think i think the daughters wind up clinching in in chicago it only goes five and it be eight you've had the potential to go a little bit further why are the dodgers say are the dodgers just that dominant this year or the cubs just kinda maybe outta gas no i ain't i am open up our attic aspect is if you look at the cup last year and you know look at your pitching other starters were a little bit better they're open was if emu back with parma that opec like it was about that you know trying to find guys get out and it went to seven games have nato have happened out there at wait david could colder but he he's got a lot of mileage on them right now and i think he can be hit f he asked f m a need it what couch out of camp to get who now and you know artist stopping that dominant anymore you know last nickel or eddie equity went lack today at you know it's just shifting from team and they're not hitting bryant early struggling argos only sparkling uh they don't they play nice and easy because they won last year and that's one of the reasons why you can ask but.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"Yeah i am a you know in it you aj hintsa's such a good manager billy i think you've seen him in the post heat a little little inexperience y you know how he works guy kelly works could you may be weakening in a guy you know maybe just letting him go a little further maybe do in eat guinea getting another gator see if he can get out of that jam go the giles yet game one is always important especially when you have you'll have early under a you would love to go to new york 200 and you're bringing in your best guy in the chance to get game one and that's what he did this is the time of year that you know relievers are going to have to give more than what they have to what they've been doing during the regular leave it from the yankees a guy like robertson green kamely chapman and now giles over what the astros game one is so important to win in the astros had to do it with a two one game jeff nelson is with us live from houston y you're talking about the manager maybe hich is shown as inexperienced it just every manager so far this postseason with the exception and maybe dave roberts has done something that just makes you shake your head is it always been like this or is it just this year is completely out of control we madden had a horrible game last night gerardy last series made a horrible mistake is different this year than in other years oh no i think any of the same even a great managers make stake in the playoffs because.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"You're going to see if the yankees have a chance to win obviously the to nothing the deficit for them uh i i think it's kind of a bitter pill to swallow because it was a really good game from tanaka was a really good game for the yankees overall except for the fact they didn't score in iran's ah get one on the home run by a bird east score a couple of runs there you get three runs on the board then you start seeing that dominating bullpen that's the difference between these two teams really if you're looking for a bright spot that the yankees have over the astros it's the bullpen especially the back end of it all right cycle let's at the phones three one o three nine nine thirteen ninety three three one l three nine nine thirteen ninety three mike in phoenix arizona mike year on mlb at the played how are you tonight not too bad yourself doing great what's undermine clinton shared a one time and the colorado rockies should be diamond back good gall good stuff take care of yourself otherwise big upset in college football no doubt about that uh but while the comment said he wanted to talk about it and judge hours on weather and judge to get into him a little bit more where after we take this break wouldn't catch up with jeff nelson of course fourtime world champion with the yankees he's been following things for mlb dot com so nelio give us his thoughts as well as our best day ever homerun tracker and statistically speaking butts.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"Welcome back mlb the played alongside de fear ncb on hold a kushner as the yankees have force again five between annan in the indians is game number five coming up in cleveland and a couple of days jeff nelson joining us right now the a phone and nelly last time we talked it was a two one series lead for the for the for the indians in while we're go back to cleveland this is shocking to me how do you see this thing as it's played out here through the first four games i think i think it's shocking to me as well because uh you know everybody predicted that if the yankees we're going to be in the play off they were they were getting himself who's everybody had a white ford division next to you know they make the playoffs in agape cleveland iran cleveland hey chicago the game seven last year and they're like okay best record in the american league team is supposed to win and go to the world through the gap and from what i have seen beside game one would colbert was dominoes it was icy cleveland playing or not a whole lot of offense on their side and panel is the one that only liam he's the only guy nick lineup that really scares me brute who had a good periods as well but fan and one of those guys do we have to be careful even last night you felt ok would first and second in the ninth in again chapman something called a happened here but the indians have really i think it felt the pressure of we need to get back and things are going their way and that's why i think the yankees never great shot of beating kleuver again in game five.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"But it just continues to happen absolutely remarkable series there congratulations again to the dodgers they sweep the diamondbacks time back said and i season dodgers moving on again to the nlcs where the easa either faced the cubs again or they will take on the nashville is going to take a miracle for the nationals to come back in that one as it'll be ten roark and jake arrieta tomorrow we're going to talk about that one that is a fascinating pitching match up on so many different levels but next let's switch it up to the american league side and the indians yankees series has immediately become the most compelling series because we get a game five coming up also talk about the astros bouncing the red sox did a five to four and justin verlander lander versus chris sale in a battle of relievers that was sensational stuff so jeff nelson will join us alongside jeanpierre cb on hold a kushner and this is mlb at the plate you're listening to the mlb at though play podcast presented by national car rental go national go like a pro and we'll be right back with more after this tune in puts you on the sidelines for the 2017 college football season free all year long college football until noon here the 'homeandaway calls for more than one hundred schools live regular season matchups in level regain conference championships in full games victory college football playoff in january you can listen to it all for free on campus or viable territory the segment in pageantry of college football all season long pre on tune in and now for more of the mlb at the play podcast presented by national car rental joe national joe like a pro now beer are your hosts holden kushner and p arancibia.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"But they're going to have to probably play a little while without incurring asio on at least a little while now if you put him on the deal in this series you can do that you can replace imposition player for position player but he's also going to miss the next series if they should advance so it's a precarious spot to be wouldn't have somebody that does get hurt especially somebody of their talent because that's going to put them in a tough spot again lucky american league club denied the penchant for their pitcher but you're losing a guy like encarnacion but that's that's a tough one to lose i we're joined now by jeff nelson longtime yankee reliever one four world series with denmark coworker here on mlb at the played nelly it's holden the net how are you tonight i am good crazy crazy day oh boy i bought it in hours a baseball as well because each game was big four hour there was a lot of fun i tell you man this reminds me like an nfl sunday except it's a lot more tense because you know there's there's the playoffs and a line here so let's start with the indians and the yankees so there's a lot of criticism for gerardy out there i mean i'm looking at the indian saying there's a hell of a comeback for them on the yankee side of things how much of this goes on gerardy well you know i think the biggest one with an all when he got uh when you call the replay when home plate umpire thought that he got hit got hit me what they will take the paid to them our weekly will indoor grand slam afterwards and that put him up or eight seven after that.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"You're listening to the mlb at the played podcast presented by national car rental joe national joe like a pro giving you the best content from each postseason edition of mlb at the plate now here are you hosts holding kushner and kill eddie come into the mlb at the play playoff podcast alongside ned colletti i'm holding kushner the astros in the indians one in the al the the astros in indians one in the al the cubs and dodgers one in the senior circuit and all the division series are underway then i'll breakdown all of friday's action in preview both nld game twos as well former yankee reliever and fourtime world series champion jeff nelson joins us to break down the action yeah just watched twelve hours with a baseball network where you doing today i watched it a lot of ball run and samaritans to lower that on on studios that was a lot of fun we're going to recap every single one of the games that went down tonight or preview the two games coming up tomorrow as well but let's get right into this year we heard yes yelp wiggins triple the wagged this tongue like gene simmons but really tonight it was about the dodgers offense and justin turner who had five a dodgers playoff record he ties pedro guerrero who had five back in the eighty one world series and davey lopes who had five in the seventy eight world series in now is big win here for los angeles kissimmee or impressions on the dodgers here taking a one nothing lead net while it looked early in the game it look like you had a tomb that was waiting for this game la since last october when they go by the cubs.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"We will catch up with jeff nelson here in just a moment but again gp stranglehold is is something i won't use after a game one but it seems to me that both of these teams at one tonight are by far and away the better teams uh yeah especially when you have a siazon award winner going the next game and you have another so i wanna say young award winner going the next game so i think they're both in the driver seat when it comes to you throw your guys that are not cy young award winners in you win and in the very dominant fashion but then oh yeah you're what are your guy your best guys or go in the next game i think that they're in the driver seat let's sick catch up with their world champion jeff nelson fourtime world champion with the new york yankees nelly coworker of ours here on mlb at the played nelly your thoughts tonight on the indians dominant victory over the yankees where we're a couple of things that stood out to you well travelled hour penal going into the where the no hitter the way is breaking ball was gp can eat we talk about this issue he's got you talk about well and will you're on it her strike an early now i am so we don't have the hitter you wear it at you saw a lot of a lot of al also bad which is up and down that you hitters thought okay now the great etiquette i got to get a good thing and the oneday wound up the foul it off early pop out he will now be you know i think we indian coop like a little superstition chirp turbot power at the start of game one last year and and cool were working to and they did the exact same thing but if you look at coal if you'll have the power second half glass 13 starts under three era you know he really had an incredible legal incredible second half.

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"jeff nelson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"jeff nelson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On buttblack was coming out to talk to the empire he was not yet making a pitching change i figure that was the change but he wants he wants them to review the slide i that has to be what this is all since later wednesday with a slide to second base and you can challenge that sliderule whether he went in toward the base or veered out of his path i think very clearly went right into the base there's nothing illegal about that they're gonna they're gonna look at this and it should not take long if it were deemed any legal slide well then the umpires can rule that it's a double play the belt is out and there were that would wipe the runoff the board but if they ruled out any illegal slide then the whole rule is just a joke because our there was nothing illegal about that they're taken off ahead phones already and they're going to rule and the just the one out no doubleplay belts at second exactly how they called it on the field there's no there's no good signal the umpires who try to tell everybody what happened there and the jeff nelson his punching out and pointing it's for a minute nobody does what's going on but belted still at second they just took a quick look and that was a perfectly legal slide so now there's going to be.

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