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"jesus sanchez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"All right. Thanks very much. It's 8 52 in the program. All the friends reunion is moving forward with filming in quarantine. David Schwimmer, who played Rana stole the Tonight Show HBO. Max has made tentative plans to modify the production around the pandemic. Now, Schumer says they should begin shooting in August. As long as it's safe reunion is unscripted conversation among the six co stars on their original I don't know. It's a Beauty of that is it's just going to sit around. Talk. Yeah, I think the plan is like that. You know, there's so many episodes that the fans air like obsessed over that They'll talk about those episodes in the stories behind them and You know things like that. I know people that excited about it. I was a fan of the show. I walk and I walk in there. I'd go for a walk after the show and come back in and my wife As in the background. She's doing work. She's got friends on bushy, a fan. I don't know. It's a good question. I don't know if if this is a new thing, or what She just got done. It's screaming at the TV having the news on you need a break from that stone, and that's exactly right. And then I come in. I put the news on And you know, I get tired of that, too. I just get so old, I mean, It's getting old. Now I find myself now. One. Yeah, well, find myself not want to turn on the news sometimes, and that's really rare for me. I tried to do it on the sense. 75% of Americans believe that we will not return to blank quote normal. You know what that means? But 75% of the way things were before. This is what yes, I guess normally. Yes, it was commissioned by torch. No one knew how will look like 55% said they would be far too afraid to Teo go back to their shared workplace again. 59%. 30 36%. It'll never get back to the office. But if they do, they'll be putting your family at risk. 60% talking about their managers say their bosses say they believe Ah! That that that boss didn't handle the transition to remote work very well. 67% said the employer didn't understand our lives to work from home. Don't you think A lot of companies have learned? A lot of things during this pandemic and having their employees work from home that eventually will end up saving them A lot of money. Oh, yeah. Oh, they don't need office space. Yeah, they don't need nearly as much off spaces that had why what's the purpose of it? Where we all have to be in the same place with today's technology. We don't I don't know that I'll ever go back to the studio to do a show. Why This morning is a perfect example. Why? Well, last morning we had they didn't feed the hamster this morning. This guy tell us folks feed the hamster. You know, every once in a while, you know, I mean, and don't wait till we're not on the air. It's great having this building empty, though. I mean, compared to the way you When I leave here at around 11 o'clock every morning, there's between eight and 12 cars in the parking lot. Nice. Look, I I don't know that I'll ever go back and do the show in studio. I just don't know that. That's so I could do this show for anywhere in the world songs. I have WiFi That's all I need. Chris says he won't miss you. Yeah, I don't miss him either. Talks in my air way too much weight. 8 56 You get some sports is Jimmy. It was the same old same old Marlins in Atlanta last night for the first of two exhibition games against the Braves. Miami blew a seven run lead, giving up eight runs in the eighth inning to lose to the Braves 10 to 9. Miguel RoHaas, Jorge Alfaro, Jonathan Villar, Jesus Sanchez all home ring for the fish. You played Atlanta again this afternoon. Then they had to Philadelphia for their first series of the regular season. It takes place on Friday. The MBA will begin playing exhibition games today ahead of the restarted their season on Thursday next Thursday..

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"jesus sanchez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"10 9 Miguel RoHaas, Jorge Alfano, Jonathan Villar, Jesus Sanchez all home ring for the fission plant. Atlanta Once again this afternoon before they head to Philadelphia for Friday's season opener, Jimmy Bullpens got crack staff say MO problems, Man. It's just amazing. Welcome back to the traffic in about three minutes 16 w January 5th meeting that took place in the Oval Office. He has questions. What do they although what Obama know he has a ton of questions. What did you know? Sean Hannity. That's the question today at three. Use Radio 6 10 w Y o D Stenberg is open for business, and that means everything's gotta go. I've got so much inventory on the floor and, you know we don't want to count it. We don't count so good toe every suit. Every sport coat. Every flack is 50% off till you buy a suit. Only 2 99 1 50 by assuming 5 $99 you by shooting 2 49 Fucking Claudia pants coach. The finest labels you confide carry wall, too. But Blackbird skinny suit. Big top. Everything not buy one. Get one, not a five pack. This is in all suits for coach slacks. 50% off, and I mean 50% off and guys, I got 10,000 suits 5000 sport coats. 1000 Paris Lacks all must go. Austin Burke. We guarantee you're going to save a lot of money at Austin. Austin Burke is open for business right now. And that means everything in the store is 50% off Boston Burke, 26 01 North West Sixth Avenue. Today is a new day. It's time to move and reclaim your routine and pain is holding you back. The joint chiropractic can help with our $29 new patients. Russell, this is the choice dot com joint chiropractic Your back, baby..

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:25 min | 2 weeks ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"For businesses of Bloomberg's Jeff. Good Morning. Good morning, Jimmy Stocked turned in a mixed performance yesterday, the blue chips and the S and P 500 modest games while the NASDAQ lost ground, closing down a 10%. European stocks fell last tensions between the United States and China appeared to increase, China said Washington ordered the closing of the Chinese consulate in Houston. The reason was not immediately clear. But China said it will react with firm countermeasures unless the U. S revokes that decision. Texas Instruments posted quarterly results after the markets closed yesterday T I second quarter numbers topped estimates and the company issued upbeat guidance for the third quarter. Texas Instruments is remaining cautious on the economy, but said the current downturn has not been a steep is what it saw in 2008. The housing sector will be unfocused today. The National Association of Realtors will release its report on June sales of existing home shortly after the markets open. Economists think sales picked up last month. Jimmy back to you. Hi. Thanks for much role Giving birth is an easy, but a new study finds that some lucky women have a gene that makes the process less painful. Diversity of Cambridge, researchers say about one in 100 women of the Casey N G for gene, which is believed to inhibit I'll pay this process by the nervous system and so acts like a natural epidural. Researchers found women who had carried the firstborn child of full term and not request any pain relief during the uncomplicated delivery during an uncomplicated delivery. They say live had that gene It is not known if men can also have the G. People take pain better than others. So no question about that. And I think women generally much better than men. The men? Yeah, I think so, too. And so I know. So maybe there is a gene in human beings that allowed them to accept it. There's an illness right? There's like some sort of illness where people can't feel pain of the heart doesn't process. Yeah. I love their lucky or not Lucky. You know, God gave you pain for a reason. Yeah, no question. People often criticized the big box stores that choose to remain open for major holidays. But Wal Mart won't be one of them. This year. The company yesterday announcer will close all of its stores and Sam's club operations on Thanksgiving Day. It falls on November 26 this year. Walmart usually operates their stores regular hours on Thanksgiving and then black Friday, crowds gather in the evening for big sales. Last year, the store opened its doors for Black Friday. Sales at 6 p.m. On Thanksgiving Day. I guess the pandemic will change a lot of things that we normally do. Yeah, I'm wondering if other stores will follow suit. Now that Wal Mart has announced that they're doing it, you know, kind of lets them off the hook. The world's richest man is getting richer Amazon founder Jeff Bezos just into the world record by adding $13 billion to his wealth in one day. Bloomberg says it's the largest single they boost to one person's world since the Bloomberg Billionaires index began in 2012. So what happened? Well, A big part of it was Amazon shares rising 7.9% on Monday actually been up 73% of our dear Bezos has made $74 billion in 2020. Bring me his file for a fortune. To nearly $190 billion more than what Nike or McDonald's is worth. Imagine if he didn't get divorced. Yeah, baby. Maybe 1/2 a trillion dollars probably doesn't get to a train. I mean, going those Amazons that keep going doesn't get that far. Washing post itself. Problem makes him a fortnight. Maybe Somebody read that paper anymore anyway? Yes, we both do. Well, I don't know I'd try not to die, Sarge. I look for another player I look for if it's story that I need to read, I'd look for someplace else. I do that with the New York Times all the time. You're part of the job, too. Well, you can find more kind of story That is that is written without political bent a lot of places and the NewYork Times Washington Post aren't too It looks like the pandemic will be written into television's longest running medical. Siri's entertainment weekly reports. Grey's Anatomy will tackle Covert 19 next season, Speaking at a virtual television academy panel producer Executive producer Christopher Bernoff said writers were already talking with medical workers on the front lines of the outbreak. She says that she feels the program has a chance and responsibility to tell some of those doors. Good. 7 26 man He's got a look at that. Jimmy was the same old Marlon showing up in Atlanta last night for the first of two exhibition games against the Braves. Miami blowing a seven run lead, giving up eight in the eighth inning to lose to the Braves 10 to 9. Miguel RoHaas, Jorge Alfaro, Jonathan Villar, Jesus Sanchez all home ring for the Fisher plane that Lane again this afternoon before heading to Philadelphia for their first series of the regular season beginning On Friday. The MBA will start playing exhibition games today ahead the restart of its season. Next Thursday league also unveiled its new court at Disney's Wide World of sports Complex with the words Black Lives matter written on the floor. Meanwhile, announced the return of a model by on Kendrick Nunn, who joined the team in the bubble yesterday. For the first time, Jimmy All right. Many. Thanks. Well, I've heard a lot of news about some of the potential vaccines for covert. What? What's the truth about them? And.

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"jesus sanchez" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

11:40 min | 9 months ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"The Marlins off-season Preview Ethan marlins finished fifty seven and one hundred and five. They finished with the third overall. Pick back to back in last place finishes in the National League. What are your what? Were your thoughts on this season. As a whole I thought overall a good year for the Marlins it a good year too two they put a really really nice draft glass together that I'm sure we'll get to at some point here and I think that was the most positive sign I thought the trade deadline was a huge huge win for them bringing in some big additions to their system. Like Jesus Sanchez and Jazz. Chisholm I thought they did a really great job with some of the moves they made and there are some positive developments on the field was nice. To see is on his way up to the majors he had an absolutely massive season. Down in triple A.. It was nice to see him. Get some Reps. Even though he struggled a bit at the end of the year he came up just after the trade deadline really some exciting moments with him but overall growth year for the franchise just taking another step forward after obviously the big tear down that came before the twenty eighteen eighteen season. So I just thought it was a good step in the right direction. You know you're not gonNA take much from the day to day results that the marlins are putting out there because this team name isn't on the roster the way it was constructed isn't the way it's going to be constructed in the future but I think overall there is a lot of good positive growth. Out of this franchise this past season. You know mattingly gets his extension and I think it kind of shocked everybody. It felt like it felt like it shocked. Everybody know what was kind of the reaction from the fan base. And you know what does this mean. For the direction of franchise interest. I definitely thought it was a surprise. I kinda thought that Donnie was just a sitting duck. And you know I'm not GonNa say that I was the proponent of him coming back I thought it would be better to move in another direction at manager position. One guy that I really wanted was Beltran Beltran. When the mets got him I tweeted out that I would have really loved to have seen the marlins go after him had he had? We decided to go in a different direction from mattingly. But I think at some point you got to have some stability in this organization you gotTa have something carryover. They kind of did that when they held onto Mike Hill who's the GM they held onto him from the Loria era and we didn't expect anybody from that area to stick around but I just think that jeeter and and the front office or kind of on the same page with mattingly like he's started to go kind of more towards this metric based way of thinking that is just taking obviously taking the League League by storm now. I I think it's a it's a good move for stability. It wouldn't have been my personal baseball choice. But I I kind of see where the organization was coming from in terms of just trying to keep the same hell of voice at the helm and I think he really is excited about the project. That's going on in Miami and I think think you can tell he's really buying into it with the way that he got really excited about some of the young guys you could see him paying attention to what was going on at the lower levels which you don't often seattle managers really at least for my perspective so I thought that was really exciting and I think overall it's a good move to bring manningly back all right so jumping into the positions wins. Let's start at catcher and you really can't go any start anywhere else other than let's touch on. Jt Royal Muto traded the best catcher in baseball. He wasn't open to a contract extension attention before we get into the contents of the deal. This deal had to be done no matter what right absolutely no this was the one deal besides maybe Yelich that had to get done He just had too much value. With how much control he had left and how good of a player he is how hard it is to find that talented of an offensive catcher. that deal. Oh had to be had to get done for sure. Yeah I totally agree so jumping into the deal itself and the contents. What were your thoughts on the return for Real Moto? Well to be honest with you I had just seen six stow. Sanchez's name out there on twitter. I didn't know a ton about him and then when he jumped into the system on I mean I absolutely fell in love with the guy I mean. He's just we'll talk about him later but he's just probably I mean he's the number one prospect in the system He's the most exciting pitching prospect that we've had since the late Great Jose Fernandez. I mean that's you know that's a bold statement but it's not really hard back up This guy's fantastic absolutely electric. He lit up Jacksonville. This year. it seemed like every night That he was out on the mound he was just a a dominating and and then I really like an he so he's just really exciting but I really liked the acquisition because there's not really a lot of risk involved in in it I would say he's a pretty good offense catcher. He's got a drop the strikeouts lot. strikeout numbers are really high but I thought he had a nice year and I was pretty impressed by his hitting ability this year and I think he's a nice piece moving forward. I mean right now. There's not a whole lot at catcher. So you gotta a hang on to Al far hope that he pans out and then we'll start to nice little back end of the top thirty piece. Nice lefty arm adds some good starts. Had some really bad starts. He went like deep with no hitters. A couple of times this year. So it's a nice piece. I thought overall the trade was a huge roaring success for the Marlins Al Foro I feel as a guy that will be around for a while and six though is the future of the franchise so I think they did a pretty good job. All things considered so many of the guys that we talk to with the podcast. I think pretty much everyone that we talked to was acquired in one of the deals that we made in the last two years. So there has been there's so many new faces in this organization and and those are two of the most exciting ones without a doubt especially six to ours so jumping back advocate after catch catcher position so obviously the offensive production. OJT was missed and Utah are a little bit. What does the farm look like behind him? Banfield down there struggling. Yeah he's pretty young so so what's the outlook at catch your Below Alfonzo not. There's not there's not a big one at all I mean Banfield is is really right now. What the MARLINS are banking on? He's the only catching prospect in the top thirty and he's the only one on really of note down there Hit a really tough year at the plate I mean it. There's no other way to put it. He really struggled at the plate but his defense is this absolutely electric from all counseling reports. I mean the kid has a Canon for an arm. He was thrown out. baserunners seemed like left and right every time we had a show. It felt like we were talking about him. Thrown out three or four guys so he he has all the makings of an elite defensive catcher. The only problem is you know. Can he ever put it together. Gather with Bat. I mean he hit one nine nine five sixty two. Yeah five sixty two S I mean. They had a really really tough year at the plate. And you know you're never gonNA replace that kind of offensive production out of JT. Real Mutoko behind the plate. He's the best offensive catcher in the league. I would say So that's never going to happen overnight but I mean you gotta get a little bit of something out of him so He in yeah. That's like I said that's really all there is down there I mean there are a couple of guys that were out of position. Playing catcher like Nick Ready. Who who had a really nice year he was one of the mid round draft picks out of one of the service academies but I mean yeah other than that and he was playing a lot of third and I so behind besides how far like it's Banfield in and and whatever else so the marlins really have to hope for a quick turnaround from Enfield in an increase in his development next year or else they're going to have to do some soul searching for at the catcher position for sure? So who makes more starts at first base next year Austin Dean Garrett Eric Cooper Lou Garrick Cooper Coop had a really fun year. He really kind of caught the heart like heart strings of the Marlin of Marlins it's fans everywhere He they really love him and he had a really funny area. It's really big highs in some some down for sure but I mean there was one stretch where he was Crushing the ball every night and I think he made himself into a possibility of A. I don't think he's the first Baseman of the future. I'd not sure that the the first basement of the futures in the organization now if it's anybody it is Lewin But I mean he earned himself another year at starting at first base. Ace unless the Marlins go out and make play for like an eric themes or something. But I don't really see that happening Lewin should be up by the end of the year. Though I mean he had a great great year ear down on the farm and and he kinda struggled a little bit When he came to Jacksonville but he hit for Tana power and he's been hitting for power in the Dominican in league urged a winner league as well so hopefully he's up in September by the late of the season. I think if he has another good year he will be so. So he'll make some starch. But Yeah Cooper is probably the opening day first Baseman at this point and the behind Lou. India's is pretty thin. Yeah it's pretty. It's pretty thin. There's this Kid Evan Edwards that I really like he plays in Clinton he finished the season with Clinton he was one of the other draft picks. I can't remember which round he was in. But maybe like five or something but he had a really nice year and he plays first base and just solid production first basis where. We're really dry. where the MARLINS are really dry in the system? There's not a ton Lewin was when we acquired Lewin. It was huge huge because he is now the premier first base prospect in the system whereas we didn't really have won all a lot of it before that was moving. One of these outfielders wanted this. We just the outfield is just loaded in Miami and the thought was moving a guy like Gerard Incur Nazione or Tristan Pompeii. Or somebody else to who isn't as strong defensively in the outfield to first base. That was kind of like the project going forward kind of like what happened with Austin Austin Dean. It's the same thing so But yeah other than Lou and there's not really a true first base prospect out there. I mean let's just go and hop on a second base. You know we keep talking about all of these trades and you know one of the big pieces of one of these big trades just decline was his option just got declined kind of what's achier retrospective on you. Know Stalling. Castro's Miami career. Did it go how you know. I thought he would be gone and by the first deadline to be honest with you. I thought that he was a guy that had. He had a first good for season. What she had a pretty good year? I think the first year would have been flipped for a return and so we were all kind of surprised when he stuck through the first trade. Deadline And then we were definitely all surprised when he made it through this year The reason he made it through this year is because he didn't get hot until right right before the deadline and it was it was too little too late. The marlins couldn't swing any value for him at that point. I wrote an article around that time that they just had to get him.

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"jesus sanchez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:34 min | 10 months ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Is likely to keep rising despite a drop in material costs so those core logic in its September economic outlook chief economist Frank no Taft says in a CoreLogic video that lumber prices are actually falling but rising land and labor costs are likely to offset any cost reduction from lower lumber prices in the near term aging up overall costs for new home the US national price indices for new home sales will likely rise further in the coming year separately no tough tells housing wire the U. S. home price gains will accelerate through twenty twenty no tests as low mortgage rates will give buyers the ability to pay more for properties so the pace of price gains will pick up in the next twelve months total US construction spending in August was up just one tenth of one percent from the July numbers according to new government figures private construction spending was nearly flat from July Jesus Sanchez the CEO of Tenneco global said on CNBC that recent up turns in housing starts and new permits are a good sign however the one thing that actually hasn't really been that great has been actual construction in fact public spending has really been offsetting sort of private construction that we just have seen continue to be soft you could make a pretty good argument that about taking applications an up tick in housing starts should lead to construction down the road there was an increase in private residential investment in August but it was offset by second straight monthly decline in spending on non residential projects he finds the digital mortgages are doing a lot to help reduce lending discrimination the study from the national bureau of economic research found that using algorithms in addition to face to face lending options can reduce discrimination against minorities by up to forty percent when the computer does the calculating the study found the interest rates quoted from lenders to minority home purchasers were much more in line with those offered to white applicants and the study found that algorithms don't reject minority applicants as often as face to face encounters do so just how long does it take to build a new home according to census bureau figures from twenty eighteen analyzed by the national association of home builders the average completion time is about seven and a half months I'm typically the first month of that is spent just obtaining building permits and waiting for authorization to start actual construction will average about six point seven months but they say it can vary by geography and by whether it's a home built for sale or custom built.

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Much of a stretch to trash a real life american hero conservative jesus say talk radio guys couldn't pick up his dry cleaning let alone and how about this man no i mean not only that they couldn't quote you the first three words in the bible and even i can do that something in the beginning in the beginning there was no trump that's not true though we're in the nfl's well the thing is that i haven't heard the even jellicoe jesus say on sundays the sunday your spray jesus i you haven't heard a word from worst tony perkins on his situation jerry falwell junior okay i i mean since we have a direct line to god and then you also have at the very bottom the micoud out of this you have jesus sanchez who's on first name basis with jesus christ from what i've gathered well see that's that's one of the perks when you do a show with the bible in one hand you get a direct line a secret back channel if you will and of course of course you've got to believe that right i wouldn't lie to antibody woody well of course and you know he's not the only one all of them say the same thing i'm gonna tell you the truth forget these people that are quoting from the dossier quoting from the memo quoting from the report forget that i'm gonna tell you the truth oh tell me the crude crop up and lie and that's all they have to do because that's all their audience demands of course they all have to get us oregon they all have their people on the ground i have my people i have my sources yeah well the thing is possibly he's got twelve thirteen stations and maybe he's got twelve thirteen listeners but i i mean it just goes on the truth matter is not used as term before but i can heartfully say that this guy is probably second generation tijuana door pimp got a job selling trump university opportunities diplomas and there thus he made his money just a thought could be well we've done it again joe hey thanks a lot joe always a pleasure to five seven k.

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"jesus sanchez" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Jersey one on one point five one eight hundred two a three one on one point five c like i got a lot of positive and you gotta learn negatively greg says well i've read the scriptures he tells me to repent than i believe in him than a guy john's ain jesus talks do you through people joan joy bayer said the god told the rudder books or why she rocky pence were saying jesus speaks to him let's see jerry davigo hall favereau soul hall of fame blared dr player 19th seventy six roselle park boxing show at nice chat with all named jesus sanchez before i knocked him out in a third final rush eta all right uh let's see giving connors he told me that religion undermined spirituality that they are dramatically oppose subverting dogma for enlightenment that's a very good point you know there are people don't believe in religion but do believe in god so one eight hundred two eight three one award 05 wait are you commit i got it open buoyed we've been there was like an hour and a half of spicer went this all but the idea that jesus speaks to you are you real do you really believe you're hearing voices that you're mentally ill as droid day harwood say or do you believe that a you know you've had some kind of revelation you feel like when you pray that you are making the connection you prayers are answered is mike pence o out of reno so weird for believing that he prays and he gets answers or is a.

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"jesus sanchez" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Okay best of all two fans of chapo there is another connection with sheriff joe or pyo the bears special mentioned on this show and that is is connection with america's in russia's greatest actor steven seagal and other law amount mallya steven seagal on as of one season of his you know any reality doc you series law man did a raid with sheriff joe in which he drove a tank through someone's house and killed the puppy and this his career this is like i thought the it's at the popular fire up your eye out that may have been a different puppy murder i think that was there the whole thing is they were in the contests to see you could kills as many pop yes a spouse that was the premise of the show i'm just reading here from the news a counterbid it says seagal along with mira copa county sheriff joe apply out has been served than official notice of claim from jesus sanchez llovera who contends that's his use his you send says llovera who contends that seagal and maricopa county sheriff's department performed an unfounded raid on his home because they believe his use was operating an illegal cockfighting farm he's used denies the allegations insisting he only raises roosters for show his use claims to gall arrived to his home on march tonight with a tank and rammed into the gate on his front wrong backed up by m cso tactical operations unit armed in full riot gear which stormed the house the entire incident was captured pay camera crew taping frisa goals reality show steven seagal law man.

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"jesus sanchez" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"That's when he's talking to you about enemies telling you their stories that is how enemy is supposed to be watched he is sharing with you his world view of enthusiasm and area dish in and adjust this absolute perfect way in which mma can be enjoyed so this is a devastating loss for the ufc it's a huge loss for the sport and there's not going to be another brian stand for very long time it's very well said i should note that the offseason good hands and one of the great things that they've done over the years is developed broadcasters in particular the analysts rogan randy tour dominic cruises fantastic um daniel cormie a doing a great job so daring that has by the way dan hearty doing a great job in getting a lot of shine this week as well there was just something a little different about brian stan and in fact a small anecdote brian sense first gig um four fox was that fuel tv card in omaha nebraska jake ellen berger verses jesus sanchez and i remember him coming to the back afterwards and the head of fox sports george greenberg was there and dana was there and they were blown away by his deskwork and they're like oh we and and and that was it and he was often running those is first time doing anything for fox and you know look what he became iake redefined the game and you've talked to him plenty i'm sure you all have outside of this room without cameras on everything in his every bit the same guy 100 i remember the for some sun in two thousand seven and and the berretta at some towards it were dos cadila with us place he was a helping dan henderson train for uh via up there and i remember i was the first time actually met him and he was the exact same die he was a perfectly articulate about what was going on bring lucid about these things he was getting ready for a fight himself i can't remember who is.

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"jesus sanchez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"jesus sanchez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That days we get i work seven days a week dr work and i like what you know you know there's not enough you know what i mean i i appreciate that my wife would like nothing more uncertainty make those decisions i think or whether they were you know it they are eight or make the playoffs and now that the or the but i think the j free in attica chant reagan well he'll be network that they should grab a wildcard the public eye upward anyway but we live j deeper already a month or so darrelle about injury needed that are written argued well very are open integrated more they made the change he had he had to dump tehrathum my god almighty what is it was the tigers at the the never seem devil bullpen are closer they can really on mm i was talking about the j two tigers no no no onsite onto all year while the jays the jesus sanchez has left a little to be desired this year with the loss of encarnacion i why all these the tigers and batistuta has started to heated up a little bit the last couple of weeks but boy was he disappointment the first month of the year yeah no you can't be baton you know one one big with one home run in an ever greater role and i give you won't work every hole he he loved were you but i mean if the guy not bad you got to move around ali mokdad while the benefit of our our our our actually pretty dirty in ankara yang number haven't been that great pretty good arable morale numbered actually uh well although you don't know what they would have been if he was in toronto in the mail different situations when you're in the area that the launching pad for internazionale entered a familiarity to is your way roxana he's used to that i that i mentioned the of the ballpark that he plays in rate that's a lot more pictures up all part and all you have a good day okay jujust comment preceded nobert with justin eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four two two seven some of the bottom of the hour adam kaufman forms ford sauber will join me to talk celtics brady poppy you name it time for a.

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