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"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Matters pitched a lot of the big leagues with the Baltimore Orioles for the last two years. Jeffrey ramirez. Twenty five year old originally out of the Dominican is now a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, just acquired under a month ago in a trade for Baltimore and east gonna make only his second start here with Indianapolis he's been used primarily as a reliever. So we'll see what your free. That's how you spell it Jeffrey how you pronounce it to. He has tonight coal surgeon leads off. It takes fastball. Knee high for strike one. Why EF or why? But he prefers apparently to pronounce it Jeffrey Sturge into the leadoff spot. The Awan hideaway off speed one at one. Cole is in there. Because for the first time in over three weeks keys Hernandez is not. He had started twenty straight games. Once we're gonna miss good change. I wanted to. So it'll be Sturgis than the red hot. Chad daily era, did the big league rehabbing Steve era. The first of scoreless game. Full sturgeon comes in to get to fifty four left handed hitter, right handed hurler one to. It's one on the ground at softly, towards second to be played here for Nick. Franklin moves it to feel it, then he throws out coal what out for Ramirez. And here's the defense for the Indians tonight. We'll start at first base where we'll Craig is there. And you just started. Franklin make the played second goal Tucker's short hunter. Oh, and his third Jason Martin Weiss, centerfield, these by Kevin Kramer is left alien, right? Chris Kelly, does the catching for Ramirez without deals with perhaps the hottest sitter going right now. That's chat deal Aguirre coming off of his first career four hit game last night. Chad takes strike from Jeffrey Ramirez. Ramirez since he was acquired in the trade as pitched five times for indie and doesn't have good numbers, but one pitch low in one at one, though wins one loss at a six it's giving up. Eight runs on thirteen hits in ninety six and walked six. Again, he's been used primarily by the pirates system as a reliever. See how long it can go tonight. Bitch is low in on the power hitting lefty. Dila garra two in one. Ditching on seven full days of rest the last time that he got into any game was a week ago Thursday against buffalo. As a relief to, to two thirds inex- to swallow to pop Jerry hits one behind seconds, six shortstop, Tucker back Lincoln, now waiting underneath it reaches up still on the infield dirt to make the catch two quick outs. Four Jeffrey Ramirez at breaks up Steve fierce. It was interesting, Jim that after the Sarah boaty, we're after the speech. Roger Clemens me freaking tonight. Holtz out. Give roger. Yeah. I found it very curious. It was right after he finished speaking. He kind of hustled over cross the foul line. He dept up coal. That was interesting while you're comes Pierce at the fifth game of his rehab assignment, third with Pataki ticks ball. One two on in a scoreless. Game at appear set a couple of its last night's loss to durum the debt starting to come to life. But the thirty six year old veteran one pitch in the side to it. Overall in a couple of games with Lowell and a couple of games here, pierces three for thirteen on the rehab. He's been on the Red Sox injured list since the first of the month with a lower back strain. Ramirez into the wind and the too low wanna breaking ball, and it's three. Deck is the cleanup batter Sam Travis. But it over shift on does Indianapolis against the radio. Three on the left side of the infield three pitches in for a strike Bill Nye. Yours is a bull hitter. Last year's World Series. MVP jeffer- Ramirez wines, three one swung on it felt challenge fastball. Ninety three miles an hour that out play three two. Ramirez did for a couple of days this week get called up to the big leagues for the pirates. Never gotten a game three to pitch. Beer. Swings and misses a high fastball. Frustratingly throws the fat and the helmet back behind him up the ladder. There went jeffer- Ramirez to strike out one two three. Go the PawSox..

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"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"What a speech that Roger bate. Anyway. Now, we getting ready to open up this three-game series, Indianapolis EPA tuck it. They played last weekend in the circle city Pawtucket one two of three coal Tucker in the rate ended box at the first pitch. It's yanked taught the ground at fair inside the third base bag and passed to bias into the left field corner. Tucker as he did last Friday opens up the game against Kyle heart with an extra base it by the time the Travis can dig it out. He got into second base with a double. Yeah he did that in game two of the series, as well in the first inning lining in extra-base to get things going didn't waste any time. You got a good pitch to hit and he pulled it down the line. He that game last Friday at victory field. Heart allowed only five hits in seven innings hunter owing in his AAA debut, right ended, batter with great power. I bitches low ball one. So it's a ringing start for the struggling Indians, who lost ten of their last thirteen ballgames, including that series tip it last weekend on their home to you. To ruin had hit. Fifteen AA homers this year. He swings hard to third. Nice play to his left by Tobias. Bids down to meet appealed throws out. I stayed put at second basis. Cole. Tucker. But that's another hard hit ground ball, Josh till by his way. But that's they get the out nonproductive one in debt. My rolling while we have been here. Josh, let's set the defense for and you just heard device that third daily Garissa short Owings is second Pierce at I left to right in the outfield. You've got Travis castio insurgent insen Teno doing the catch the batteries is Kevin Kramer, left handed hitter runner at second, one out ditches low and Inbal one on a fastball from the Indiana University product Kyle hearts. Twenty six year old left hander Jim told you that he had a great outing last week against the same team. Pretty much the same lineup only two Runcie gave up were the first here supply ball, to say that very deep roots. Castio saunters in is getting there now. Sprints cash? State would have second again until after his first bitch tumbled out twelve. Boy that ball russe. They thought it was going to go a lot further than ended up and he'll drop in front of that's one of those balls than outfielder. That's pretty tough to read because Kramer wasn't like he was jammed. He has a full swing of Bruin. So it's an outfielder. You're expecting you to travel at least two medium depth. But castio was able to recover with his speed. So now the cleanup batter will Craig runner at second and to out in a scoreless. First inning big power right handed bat, the left-hander heart is set and out of the stretch. I bitch swinging hard ground foul wide of third. But isn't that coach's box? That's the assistant hitting coach John shwim coaching third instead of the manager Brian busy, though, almost got real by that one, though. Last Friday, two runs seven innings, I mentioned heart did not walk a batter at five strikeouts. We'll Craig weights, the Awan, here's changeup down in, in one ball, one strike, you'll see a lot of changeups will Craig and really just about all of the right handed hitters coming from the left arm of hearts. Overall? This is his fifth Tripoli outing and third as a starter, three and one of three three eight Bertran average coming into tonight. The one one the Craig. Change. Uploaded to one. Logan hill is on deck, the whole play up Irish. The crew chief Brennan Miller. Randy Rosenberg deal, fire at first at Eric Bacchus over at the. Scoreless game with Cole Tucker its second. Mark sets high as always above the chest. The to pitch swing Papa first base side and playable for Steve Pierce, right there. The bay he makes it two handed cash, and that was a great break. Goverry by Kyle heart. The very first pitch of the game was rocketed for double. And then he got the next three outs. They were all routine. So we are scoreless after a half inning. Jeffrey Ramirez to work for Indianapolis, scoreless mentioned.

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"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Of exchange by both managers at home plate. Let's get you those starting lineups here tonight. We'll start with the visiting Indianapolis Indians goal. Tucker is the shortstop. He is going to lead it off. Hunter Owen was just called up yesterday. He is going to be making his AAA debut here tonight. One of the top prospects in the Pittsburgh system has had excellent sees it to this point W L tuna, Kevin Cremers in left field. He will third will Craig place first base he will clean up Logan hills right field. Batting fifth you got Eric would TH hitting six Nick Franklin is the second basement hitting seven with Christian Kelly doing the catching hitting eight Jason Martin is in center field. Batting night with Jeffrey Ramirez, getting the start nor the Annapolis has four. The PawSox, coal sturgeon is going to lead it off at play right field. The red hot. Chad delegator will bat second play shortstop the rehabbing Steve Pierce is in the lineup for a third consecutive day. He will play first base Sam Travis clean things up in left field. Another red hot. Batter Nate castio is gonna hit bit. And he'll play centerfield tonight. Josh shock is the D H evil. Bet six Chris O exempt or making his debut last night, picking up a basic. He's back in near night. Batting seventh at playing second base. Monson Teno, does the catching hill at eight switch hitting Josh Tobias. We'll bad night in play dais with Kyle heart making his second consecutive start against the Indianapolis Indians. He'll come in with a three record at three point three hundred brought average the PawSox tonight are in their cammo jerseys with the American flag. Creeping its way through the front in the back as well. This Friday night, Indianapolis, if.

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"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Two eighty four Warren and w h JJ problem. well we're just about set for the pawsox hall of fame induction ceremony which will just take place in the few moments from now josh bauer has sleet downstairs to the down on the field for the induction ceremony as we are just moments away as folks are getting things set up on the field just in front of all plate roger is in the building shaking hands with his former catcher rich deadman which you just heard from in the last segment great interview with our own mike monico talking about how he loved roger and thought he was a great team made a great leader and obviously one of the best pitchers in history of major league baseball i good crowd is on hand on this friday night and has josh told you at the start of the pre-game show it's turned into quite a nice night weather wise as well we had some torrential downpours come through pawtucket earlier this afternoon but we have some blue sky up above sun is peaking its way through the clouds As we approach, what is scheduled to be a seven twenty five first pitch. So for those tuning in expecting a seven oh, five. We've got a ceremony before we play some baseball here at this Friday night at McCoy, when, when we do it'll be Kyle heart for the second straight Friday night, going up against these Indianapolis Indians, who will send the right hander Jeffrey Ramirez through the hill. It was supposed to be rookie Davis making the start for Indianapolis, but he was scratched Davis was on a major league rehab assignment recovering from right middle finger blister. And after his last start on Sunday. That popped up once again. So we're just about set to get going. Let's send things over to our public address. Announcer Bendik, Astro veal where the voice of the PawSox. Josh mouth is tonight's master of the ceremonies. Take it away jock. All right. Thank you, bend to Castro and good evening, everyone. We will commute to the fourth annual pasta cts hall of fame induction ceremony presented by Narragansett bay insurance company. And what an honor it is today to welcome back to tuck in Rhode Island's one of the greatest pitchers. The game of baseball has ever known. We just cannot help, but rattle off some of the awards and spellbinding numbers that reflect one of the most outstanding careers in the history of our national pastime. He was the most valuable player in the American League the winner of the Cy Young award. Not once not twice not three times but seven different times. Six of them. In the American League and one in the National League. No one in the game of baseball today. Ten compared to his one hundred eighteen complete games is forty six complete game shutouts his nearly five thousand innings pitched. How about his four thousand six hundred seventy two strikeouts. In those four thousand nine hundred sixteen and two thirds annex pitch. And, and. How about walking only one third as many as he struck out? For many of us two games. Stand out in his twenty four year majorly career when he set a major league record and then tied his own record with the unbelievable total of twenty strikeouts in each of those games. He is one of the greatest pitchers ever to play the game. And before that amazing major league career started. He was a marvel right here at McCoy stadium in Pawtucket. With the PawSox in nineteen Eighty-four. He struck out fifty hitters in forty six and two thirds innings while fashioning get this one point nine three ERA before quickly getting the call up to Boston. Yes, put tuck, it Rhode Island's was the launching pad of our rocket, man. Video board. Now we have a rocket man Tribu. Joe? Photos on man some highlights. Roger's career put the Red Sox throughout this major league career. Clinton. This.

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"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

17:52 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey ramirez" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Game. Sarah legs is a researcher for SPN. You see your work on sportscenter on baseball tonight on Sunday night baseball, and just about every call. And then I write, Sarah, the conversation of the day is about dentists. Okay. I'm going to the dentist, Susan done taping the podcast today. I have never had a cavity, John. Macrey says, he's never had a cavity. We never pinned down Jerry on whether or not he's had a cabin. He said that he hasn't. He just, he said that he worries about gum disease right now. I think he went back and review the tape. He wasn't. I don't think willing to answer the question because he didn't like the idea is you know what we're talking about the cabinet, free podcasts, Sarah, do you look forward to going into dentist? I, I don't necessarily look forward to it, but I have also never had a cavity. Wow. And yeah, yeah, but I, I definitely got in the lecture from the dental hygienist though, you know doing something wrong with that happens. I've got a nice the person who does my teeth Susie, she. She's really nice about it and she'll, you know, you might think about this which is just sort of like the positive way of what you're talking about. Sarah, like the lunch. I don't get the lecture, but I get strong suggestions. Another way to put it much nicer way to put it. There you go. Let's play the numbers game number three. Number three is eight. Kenley Jansen has now allowed eight home runs this season two more than his career high entering twenty teen. And last night was just the second time is career that he ever allowed role. Couple home runs and outing the other time was on may eighteenth twenty thirteen against the brave and those were hit by Evan gattis and Andrew, Hilton Simmons number two. Number two is twenty. Last night. Bryce Wilson made it and they'll be debut for the Braves as a starter and at the age of twenty years old. He was the third Braves pitcher this season to make his MLB debut as a starter at just twenty years old along with my saroka and Colby Allard allies tells us the thirteen in the modern era tips three pitchers make their MLB debut the starters at that young age in it, the nineteen fifty two pirates in nineteen twelve tigar's of the. The other two teams. One of the guys on that pirates team only made one career start, and one of the guys on the Tigers made one career start pitched evenings and all twenty four run as a replacement player because the team was striking number one number one is five. The Astros have used just five starting pitchers all year. The last team to use only five starting pitchers in the season who was the two thousand three Mariners. That group was Ryan Franklin. FREDDY Garcia Gill mesh Jamie Moyer and Joel Pineiro, but that'll end tonight when Brad peacock starts. So despite Lance mccullers getting injured in early August, the Astros schedule allowed them to not knew that this starter until today, August twenty. First that tells you again how the Astros, unlike the Indians, unlike the Red Sox, unlike the Yankees, they're going to have to try to push to hold things together down the stretch in play guys who were coming back from injuries, and it'll be interesting to see how that affects their pitching decision. So Sarah on on Sunday night baseball. We were all given jerseys in keeping with little league classic theme. I got a dodgers jersey because that was my favorite team. And I got number three, and I told the story on the on the air about how I always wore number three, all the way through little league and through high school in honor of bud Harrelson, the longtime shortstop and the New York Mets. It was first little league team that played on the Mets in Reynaud center. Vermont I, it was always something that was important to me, and then I thought about it. I'm might know more about the nineteen Seventy-three Mets than you do. Like you're the beginning of the biggest Mets fans than I know. But I kind of wonder if I could each in seventy three minutes. Trivia, what do you think? I think you probably could. I mean, I know that team had Willie Mays but beyond that, you know, I know Seventy-three team a little bit. I know what they did, but I definitely don't know them backwards and forwards ban. I watched it. Yeah, that World Series watched all of it. They push that those dynasty Oakland, Athletics, too. A game. Seven. I thought they were gonna win. I was winning like crazy, but I didn't like them enough to like more than the dodgers. Jared, thanks for doing this being found me about that. Each time for some inside heat on baseball tonight, rocket vodka covers the Baltimore Orioles for mass and sports and rock is you? And I talk here on Tuesday. Okay, it's twenty first, the Orioles, thirty seven and eighty eight fifty and a half games out of first place. It's not only because they've been playing poorly, of course, but the Red Sox have been playing so great. Let me ask you among the players. Is there any you think there's anywhere nece any talk in the aftermath of the trade or so many veterans moved on about trying to avoid history or you think they're just out, you know, playing day by day, just trying to get the job done? Yeah, I really think it is a day by day thing. I mean, there's so many guys that are now that are showing up every day thinking, hey, I have an opportunity to make an impression like I dunno for Jonathan VR or Renato Nunez or a center, Mullins guys like that and guys in the bullpen Cody Carol, whomever, or sitting there thinking about at a storage bad team, they're playing on and trying to go void. You know, x number of losses, I think they're just thinking, hey, we have an opportunity just like David Hess and and Jeffrey Ramirez in the rotation. We have an opportunity to establish ourselves going forward and being on this team and two thousand nineteen. I think they're looking at more just the present. You know, more Trumbull, Chris Davis and Adam Jones at might be a different story. But I think they're now there's so many younger guys who are getting opportunities, even trae man, Seaney, who's you know personally just trying to overcome a really bad first half, I think guys are more focused on just trying to play better for however many weeks or left in the season. We know Adam Jones had an opportunity to move to another team before the trade deadline. The Phillies were involved in conversations there in the end. He could exercise no trade writes. He did what's his thinking? What's his plan is a move forward? Because after I heard that he had bought Cal Ripken's place, I thought, you know what? I wonder if he's going to be a guy who's going to roll it out and finish his career with the Orioles. Do you think? Yeah, I think I dearly he would like to do that. I think there are a couple of things at play when he refused the wave, ten, five. I don't think he liked being approach as late as he was in the process though. From the Orioles standpoint, there are probably looking at it. So we have a firm offer in hand. Why go to the player and say, hey, you know, would you be willing to waive it if we get an offer? Because the players probably going to say, well, depends who and where and it ended up being Philly. I think part of it was at adamant made been faced with a platoon type situation and right field, which especially depending free agent probably isn't really good for your value. And I just think it was one of those things where you know he's earned that right. They wasn't gonna feel not bullied, I'll say, but feel like he had to absolutely accept it because that's what the team was trying to do there and the Orioles. You know, they're saying I talked to Dan, do catty said there is no animosity here. We respect the player and his rice, but I'm sure there's some disappointment because in a rebuild you wanna get whatever you can and for exchange in exchange for these. Players and they weren't able to do that with Adam, but they understood he had that right and atom at this point said he just didn't want up route his family. I had one person tell the well, we're talking about ninety minutes up the road, so it's not a lot of uprooting, but nonetheless, it's understood. I think a lot of it was the situation. I think that you know, he probably would have been more. He would not have necessarily been playing every day would have been in right field for different team. So yeah, that's the situation now and and I think that he would like to be back and he would take part in this rebuild, but the Orioles are really looking to reduce payroll. I'm just not sure if an Adam Jones fit. I think he should. I think you could use that kind of leadership, and I don't see anybody else right now who's ready to take over with the everyday. Right. Fielder and Adams looked pretty good out there, but I think comes down to finances where how much money do you wanna put in a player like this to bring him back when you really are trying to take down payroll, redirect funds, get younger and hopefully continue to be more active in the international market? Yeah, Adam. Turned thirty three and I gotta say, after what we saw on the free agent market last winter, I suspected like with a lot of veterans what he's gonna get offered. This falls probably going to be a lot less than what he's hoping for because that's just the trend of the sport and the way it's been going to recent winters, maybe that will have something to do with his decision about whether or not to to remain in Baltimore as well. When I covered the Padres nineteen Ninety-three they went through what is known out there is the fire sale. Fans were upset because they traded in the likes of Gary Sheffield and Fred McGriff. But out of that rubble came Brad Osman, who want to be in twenty years to twenty year catcher in the big leagues and Trevor Hoffman, who's a hall of Famer tell me about, you know, one player who in the first days with the Orioles in the quote, unquote rubble of the Orioles who's making a really good first impression. Mohan's for sure the guy that you know you're waiting on to come up to get that opportunity and now he's the everyday center field or he's actually, you know, the prototypical leadoff guy that you don't really find much in baseball anymore and a guy that they haven't had for a long time and he's got all the tools you'll buck always tries to downplay it. We've guys you don't put too much pressure on them, but you know, he's a guy that's got speed. He's got some pop hit. The ball mcgaugh still basis could score from first base, so I'm an extra base it. I mean, he's he's a exciting young talent that kind of guy that they've really needed in that lineup, they've become more athletic with the are, for example, also who's now playing in place of Johnson scope. So he's getting out opportunity and you know th they, they'd like to attention Cody Carroll who you know late, any guy they got in for the Yankees. Yes, but ten should be maybe a setup type guy. But I said, I other, you know, there's right now. It's it's. The situation where the trying to bring in some of these guys. I think you might see more coming now. Obviously, when rosters expanded September, they'll try and and bring in a few other guys and give them opportunities. But I think more than anything Cedric Mullins the guy right now that's getting that opportunity is seizing it at it. I think you already pencil him in as your your leadoff guy center field on opening day next year. All right. At the end of the year Buck Showalter is a free agents and Dan Duquette their general managers of free agents. Are they closer to resolving who's staying and who's going and who is making this decision about the leadership of the Orioles? I still don't think a final decision has been made. I know a lot of speculation and and I agree with what some other people said. That's kind of interesting that I, I've kind of gone a different direction than what I would have told you. They getting the year. I feel like maybe the odds are better right now that Dan Duquette is back. Then buck show water, and I would totally gives you the opposite answer back in in March or April, and. And again, I don't say there's no final decision made. I would. I was checking during the year just to make sure that we're going to be an NCAA changes. The impression I got was look contracts up at the end of the year. You wait, when the contracts are up, you reevaluate the situation, which is what ended up transpiring before that. Every time there was an off-duty. We were like this going to be it, you know, like black Monday or whatever where they start, you know, chopping off heads and that has not been the case at all. But I think that that you know the fact that Dan Duquette was really driving these trades at the deadline, and especially, I remember the scope trade to Milwaukee. I would, you know, trying to check on the possible return before that deal was announced. And again, the impression I got was there a couple of different directions they could have gone and it was up today on to pick what was best for the organization at that time. So the fact that he was, you know, really it put in charge of this would make you think moving forward then he's going to be back. But I don't think he's been told that buck hasn't been told that I do. It's more now John Lew Angelos that it was that it is pier Angelos at this point. I think that they become much more Volve which explains for one thing, why they're more concerned now about becoming players in your national market. That's the kind of thing that ownership previously discouraged and Dan used to take a lot of heat for it, and it was always more of an ownership decision. So I think it's bowel more influence. I think John Lewer are more hands on now of certain parts of the operation here, and but I don't think final decisions have been made, but I do get the sense kind of that that right now that that dance probably on more solid ground, they baby he would was earlier in the year. Yeah, the Orioles seemed to be going through the same transition that the Yankees did after two thousand seven as George Steinbrenner had less responsibility and Hank in house Steinbrenner took on more responsibility. That seems to be what's going on with the Orioles rock. Thanks for doing this. And I will see this weekend Sunday night baseball. All right. Sounds good. Thank you. Bleach, your tweets. First one today, BUSTER in July US at Jelena's, Ian says, with what transpired this off season do you think we'll start to see a trend of guys actually accepting their qualifying offers agents like Scott Boras are never wants to wave the white flag, but Mike Mustafa's lost over eleven million dollars by rejecting his qualifying offer. Yeah. And we've seen in recent years more and more players accept it, do I think Scott Boras will ever surrender in anything? No. Okay, fair enough. Don Irvine is next. He's at Don. Irvine wants to know, can Bryce Harper's improved place since the all-star break be attributed to the fun fact that the nationals are out of contention for the playoffs and the pressure slash expectation to win the World Series is now off his back? No, I don't think so. I really think, and I mentioned this in my conversation with car ravaged the other day. I think the fact that he had so much fun at the homerun derby. It just sort of was a nice break for him and reminder that baseball could be fun. And as Carl said, he's a great player and he figure eventually that he'd be able to figure it out to some degree. It will be interesting to see how this I have struggles affect his market. This fall simply a convenient coincidence. Next one of Radley guy. I, I don't think I are you saying, well, you already declared him. Did. I don't know why nationals are definitely. Bardy said, we'll see that clip off that one right there. Okay. And I was just saying. That I'm not saying it's a, it's a convenient coincidence. I'm saying that people who are tributing his impo- Ohka to the fact that the that the team is struggling that it's it's an easy correlation to make, but it might not be the actual facts Bradley guys at infield fly forty-seven Bradley says the most common solution I've heard to counter shifting is quote spikes in the dirt. But what about requiring the first basement and the second basement to be on the right side of the infield or the right side of second base and the shortstop and the third baseman to be on the left side of second. What do you say is that a better solution? BUSTER. I feel like that that's going to turn into some silliness, doesn't it? I mean, we've seen how teams how far they'll go with the use of the bullpens to the point that, okay, you know, we're willing to concede the eighth and ninth inning by throwing a position player, would anyone doubt that there'd be like some shortstop or second baseman like standing right next to second base is the pitches to liberties leaving over the bag and he's running over to the other side? No, I think spice in the dirt is easier to administrate. It's it's easier to administrate, but all of it I think is stupid. Let managers manage the way they want to win the baseball game, and if you can't beat the shift, that's you problem as Colin cowherd used to say, okay, Lombardi, the starting blind win the game beat the other team, the starting block at the starting block. Is there any coincidence? We mentioned this with Jerry that Chris sale goes on the DL during the series versus the Yankees and Indians teams, which they will face in the playoffs. It's a smart way to hide him while limiting his innings, or is it a legit injury, in your opinion, BUSTER. I believe more in the conspiracy theory down his antics. Yup, Yup. Cover that with Jerry. Just wanted to give you the shadow out their starting block. Cal Crawford finishes us off. He's at eat dirt. Cow says a fan in the future might be totally confused when seeing an old photo of a catcher standing up behind the plate with an outstretched arm ready to receive an intentional walk. What other possible photos of today's action might make a fan of the future, scratch their heads. Callum extended him, say not only photo, but I'm gonna, say, video. How about a hitter? Running with his run, the basis, what's wrong with that guy is he is he liked depressed. Well, that guy to the show any personality on his home runs the way we do in two thousand eighty. I'm in, come on. Let's go. What was the problem back in two thousand ten where no one showed emotions on home runs. I think that's changing. I like it. I like it. Another outdated photo might be a manager sitting in his office reading a copy of the unwritten rules of baseball, something like that. Keep those Bleacher tweets come and good wants today. Use the hashtag Bleacher tweets. That's it for today. My thanks to Sara lengths to Rocco bot go to Jerry Crasnick and Josh macrey who is cavity free and we're proud of that. Have a great day. Everybody. Thanks for listening for listening to the baseball tonight podcast. 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