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Fresh update on "jeter" discussed on WGR Programming
"On ESPN Radio. More college football. How about a trio of teams that had awfully high expectations heading into this season, including the defending National Champs Kickoff field of nine kind of fumbled about here by trade Palmer, he's able to pick it up. And in the late action gets loose. Well, this could happen on a broken return. He's to midfield 45 40 toward the left side numbers. 30 25 2015 10 5 to the pilot. Touchdown. L s u 91 yard, fumbled kickoff return for six. Yo Mitch Jeter does the deed Unless you 15 to 24 over South Carolina Rattler play action has a pocket looking looking throws wide open men's at the 25 searching up 15 to the 10. That's still five breaches for the zone. He's in marvelous Marvin Memes, a 50 yard touchdown. They'll be Rolling Lear Field. I'm Ji College, Oklahoma, 33 14 over TCU. Spencer Rattler had two touchdown passes. That hit for exactly 50 yards away from the shotgun, sensory black.
Forget Barrel-Aged Whiskey: This Company Whips Up Instant Aged Spirits in the Lab
"This is a little test. If you're a fan of craft of things that require years of patients to pay off, say a Christmas tree farm, a newly designed luxury car or an eighty year. Old Scotch time is a worthwhile investment to you on the other hand. If speed matters more to you than craft, you may see years invested in, say those Christmas trees as so much wasted time. It's much faster to make an artificial tree after all and you can still hang lights on them but what if you could have convenience and craft at the same time? Seems impossible doesn't well, not anymore at least for one particular beverage, scientific innovation has come to whiskey. There's nothing about whisky that's new. The date of its invention is a little fuzzy but historians say may have existed as long ago as fourteen hundred ad or maybe even further back than that today, the longer it ages the more expensive it is and two connoisseurs typically the better it tastes but not to the founders of silicon. Valley's bespoke in spirits, Stu Aaron, and Martin. JANACEK say they've come up with a laboratory process for making whisky and only a few days if they took my made quiz being the second group, they call the years it takes to age say mark antiquated and wasteful. bespoke spirits doesn't call itself a distillery. Rather the company is Spirits Tech Company intended to help other distillers, grocery chains and celebrities create custom spirits that can move like lightning from lab to store shelves. The name speaks to its intent bespoke means custom-made. The startup uses the lab to bring the barrel to the spirits rather than the other way around in other words, it's using material science massive amounts of data analysis to. Create spirits according to Forbes rather than putting spirits into oak barrels. The company places selected tiny pieces of wood in precise combinations in a kettle with spirits in char- heat and churn or apply again with scientific precision to mimic the aging process much much faster. The company claims they can create seventeen thousand different flavor combinations in three to five days. Most whisky is aged in barrels for about five years according to CNN. So far spoken has made whisky Tequila Rum and brandy mostly for other companies but they also do sell spirits to consumer specifically a line of different whiskies from classic Bourbons to one made with Ron Whiskey of course, the biggest obstacle, any food or drink made in a lab faces scepticism about and quality when it comes to that question bespoke in his taken home about two dozen awards from spirits tasting events since they launched early this year, that's the social proof. They think they need to grow the rest of the business, not just custom blending new products behind the scenes, but also helping distilleries rescue batches of expired beer or spirits from distributors that aren't quite right which seems. To be a good foundation for a promising business, still it's hard to grow a whole new category of anything without enough money. Early, this month, the small business one, two point six, million dollars in seed funding from hall of fame, Baseball Star Derek jeter, and Silicon Valley scientists TJ Rodgers purists may turn up their noses at spoken in America. Popular rival maker's mark is not only one of the oldest whiskey brands. Its history is at selling point founder bill. Samuel senior bought a distillery in Loretto Kentucky in nineteen, fifty three but that distillery began making whisky as far back as the early eighteen hundreds. Maker's marks message today is still it's one bottle at a time every time. And an oppression bit of copy anticipating the changes coming to the Industry today they also say it's been a widely held belief around here that character isn't made by machine. Ouch. Regardless of an expected war between purists and innovators, the time may turn out to be just right for bespoke in the pandemic is spiking demand for spirits but trade wars are making them more expensive to import according to CNN. And when you can't import easily making new spirits here, bottles that can get to the shelf in the blink of an eye could fill a growing demand. and to that investors like, Derek. JETER may well say, cheers.
Fresh update on "jeter" discussed on WIP Programming
"I just gotta hear your ex places to got dark. I mean, he's a great man, a great leader. I'm not denying that He was a great leader of the team. Part of playing his leadership is not not just on the field what you could do physically. But the total package, But with that said, Go ahead. If you want get him said I don't have all of them in front of me. I'm driving right now. But if you look at it They're nowhere close. So what, Like another superstar on that level would be like like a ride was on that I You know, I agree with you on a certain level, but I disagree with you on a certain level, and I'll tell you why. Because when you look at their teacher's career, and I'm not a Yankee fan, I hate the Yankees, for example, I look totally objectively. I look at any athlete totally objectively. I look at athlete is to the total what he provides to our organization. It's not about stats. Very, very little of sports. To me is about stats. It's about your total value to a team stats have part to do with that leadership. What do you come up in big moments? Come up Huge. Your positional availability dead. Peter, help people win and he drove teams to win and then intangibles like Jeremy Giambi play. We're in position himself out of nowhere toe receive a ball that he could have never thought of. That's more important than the way you hit 3 82. He was never the best shortstop on his own team. A Rod was a better shortstop. Every single day. They were on the eighties together, but there was still a great great player and not because he had stats he had 3000 hits. He had 300 a lot of good things, but statistically one even close to a rod. But a rod had a lot of things that would drag a team down there had a lot of intangibles would pump a team up. It's just how you look at it, but I don't think their teacher was overrated. I just I can't. I think that behind what people When people like to say I especially knowing a lot of people from Mike, North Jersey, especially a lot of people like to say that, you know, dark. Not five Yankees all time. I can't get behind that. Do you buy into the basic fact that someone is not the key role of total of their stats? That's stats are for losers, basically, and if he's gonna look at a player stats, you're not seeing the total person in any way, shape or form. I can get behind that. But I feel like it's gonna be a mixture of both certain absolutely. Is anybody and again. I'm not. I don't make the habit of defending Yankees. But in your opinion, give me give me a player in any sport anywhere any time. Who meant more to his team above and beyond the statistics that he parlayed on the field than Derek Jeter from a leadership perspective from from a teammate perspective from From any perspective from a karmic perspective. Whatever you wanna call it because David Childress teams one and a lot of it was because of him, but nothing that you could necessarily quantify. I mean, it's a solid point. It really is. I probably don't stop my head. I can't think of anybody. I mean, really what he was later that plays a factor. And I mean the point. Yeah, I think there's a lot of overrated people life. I would not call dirty either one of you can and I understand why you're doing it completely. Statistically, he's not the equal of A bunch of other shortstop's, But then when you look at what his team did, I mean, it seemed like he always rose to the big moment. So I guess I like their teacher now is with the Marlins. The juju beads of the front office seemed to continue what he did playing. Hopefully that'll stop pretty soon, right were going what the goal. We'll sweep the Dodgers, but we can't We can't win one game against tomorrow. The most frustrating thing in the world News because the Phillies are very good. I'll tell you what..
Miami Marlins, Jeter Part With Exec Michael Hill After 19 Seasons
"So I don't know what the hell the marlins did over the weekend because they seem to have their first good since what two, thousand three and we were all wondering what Michael Hill was doing still with that job early on in that regime, and now they finally have a good season and they don't bring him back now he's not technically fired his contract expired. They're not renewing it for people who don't know. Michael. Is the GM for the Miami Marlins and what are you guys billy what do we make of this? Like what is doing here where we finally have a good season and then we get rid of Michael. Hill I mean I think before the season no one would have been surprised if Michael, Hill, wasn't there at the end of the season his contract was expiring. You wasn't part of this regime. person they inherited kept. So they you know made them an offer they couldn't come to an agreement and that's it. Now, they'll bring in their own person and that'll be that they did actually make an offer that well. Let me give you some clarification on this because David. Samson. Actually talked to Mike Ryan during during the segment that they do that is always informative and he if you were listening to that actually. What happened is exactly what he said was going to happen which is the Marlins were going to make him You know I'm using this term figurative figuratively, but also literally a token offer because he's one of two black executives in the league with that kind of power it's one of the reasons that he was still there even as they gutted the entire franchise because it wouldn't have looked good and quietly during twenty twenty after a playoff season. They needed to look like he turned down the job. So David Sampson said it was an embarrassing. He predicted an embarrassingly low offer that Michael Hill couldn't accept and that would he would have to walk away from and so what they said in the press release is mutual parting of ways.
Fresh update on "jeter" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Does Yarbrough have to be at his absolute best tonight to have a really good outing against the Dodgers? I believe he does. And one thing that Kevin Cash really expressed today was the cutter has to be in play, and it has to be in play early, because that's the thing that's going to neutralize for the Dodgers hitters and give him a chance to perhaps turn that line up over a time. Or two. When you look at when he came over to the Rays. That was the big pitch, they said. You need to start throwing this. He had college. Schneider's his pitching coach in Triple A, who is now the big League coach. And so that's the thing that has to be a constant for him. But with that, said Adjustment. Only this Dodger team handles velocity very well. You're not gonna get it, Barbro, so we'll see how quickly they can adjust to what he's featuring and then try to get that lead and it's all about having the leads. Skipper Convict eight Ball game late in the day Yeah, hashtag short in the game, right? Whoever gets to roll out the heavy artillery in the bullpen, Let's not shortchange Julio Urias 16 innings in the postseason. He's allowed only one earned run and the opposition is hitting on. Lee won 25 a real challenge for the raise tonight. Back to you, Daniel. Last time we saw Aria's three hitless innings to close Game seven of the NLCS, the Dodgers reaching the World Series for the third time in four years, first pitch game for just past the top of the hour. The World Series on ESPN radio is brought to you by Navy Federal Credit Union proud to serve members of the armed forces, diode E veterans and their families are members are the mission. Learn more at Navy, federal dot org's Let's welcome in ESPN is Buster only and buster before we move forward to game for just how special is what Walker Buehler has done early in his postseason career. Castillo. I was thinking about this overnight that Walker Buehler because he's had so much success in the postseason early in his career in a relatively young age, he's got a chance to be like the Derek Jeter of pictures. You know. Derek Jeter has 200 career hits in the post season. The next closest is his former teammate Bernie Williams at 128. Well, Walker Buehler is kind of in the same position. No. He's been absolutely dominant to this point, a one point to a tiara and his last night starts in the postseason. He's already got 83 strikeouts. My good is the other day. The record was just set by Clayton Kershaw over 200. So Walker Buehler, playing with the Dodgers will have chance to be in the postseason year after year after year, it appears, and he could put his name on a Mount Rushmore of postseason pictures. They're complete team and we continue to gush about the Dodgerslineup. Why's it particularly dangerous this season? Well, it's because of the depth when I asked Kevin Cash on Zoom called a little while ago about comparing this Dodgers lineup with other teams that he has seen, he paused because you know that is a really great question. And then, he said at the top Because of the fact in his mind. They're so fearless, hitting with two strikes, the fact that they don't give in the fact that they would take their walks. And they, of course, conduce so much damage. As we see reflected in these four man out fields that the Rays air running out there. They've averaged 5.8 runs per game in the postseason. Think about that. Is that, of course, is against the best pitching in baseball. The razor up against it again, down to 11 of the keys for the raise tonight. Get a lead. It's become apparent for the Rays that that's an important part of their success. Kevin cast talked about that after the game three loss when they've scored first during the regular season. There were 25 6 in this postseason. Their record is 71 when they've scored first. And of course tonight if they get a lead, that means Kevin Cash can deploy all the key elements of his bullpen. All those big right handed arms. It's Buster. Only I Marquess Tischer Baseball tonight on ESPN Radio and the ESPN at first Pitch game for the World Series just about 30 minutes Away. Following last night's 6 to 2 Game three victory, the Los Angeles Dodgers took their 1st 21 seriously in the fall classic since 1988 which was the last time they won it all, and they'll turn toe Julio Urias to get them one win away from another long awaited title. Swing.
Pandemic playoffs: Brewers, Astros in despite losing records
"When you woke up on Sunday morning none of the eight matchups were said I. think that's kind of cool that would be like the the final day of the regular season Lebron Yeah I don't even know who we're playing. That's what it was for every single team yesterday in Major League Baseball your dodgers are going to play the brewers who got in yesterday with the first losing record granted at sixty. Games with the first losing record for a team in the history of the Major League Baseball Playoffs there were twenty nine and thirty one opening round best of three all in the same ballpark what are your thoughts and we couldn't lose I mean you know it. Likely not, but we could because his only three games all they got to do is win two of them, right? So baseball is so weird dodgers obviously you mentioned we got him at home dodger stadium. I don't think that you know I'm sure we're going to roll out Walker Bueller in Kershaw and we're going to do what we need to do to get to the next round But you could lose you know teams could lose you know the beginning of the year, the dodgers and the Yankees were pretty much the favorites to to get to the thing. In the end, but then the pandemic happened then we had to do all of the rescheduling and figure out how many games that went on for so long how many games should they play the only WanNa play this amount, the players, WanNa, play that amount it became a money issue, and now we finally have gotten to the point where October will be playoff baseball. Speaking out, let's go through a couple of interesting storylines after this round by the way, then everything is going to be played at trial sites and eventually the world series will be played at the home of the Texas Rangers and they'll wrap that no. Later than October twenty eighth, they want to avoid the second third. So homefield everybody early, and then we're going to neutral sites, Los Angeles San Diego. Texas and Houston quick thoughts the Yankees of the five seat in the AL, the five seat, the rays of the one-seat. What does the same thing with the dodgers? Right? The Yankees could they take care of business they moved their events they don't they go home whether they a one C or DHCP. It's everybody's even really to be honest with you. Everybody's even Garrett Cole. Start, for the Yankees Chain Bieber for the Indians in for all the money they paid Garrett Cole Shane Beavers had a better year he has in when you look at it, there are no fans in the stands. So there's no home field advantage for anybody you know what's great about not having fans the Houston Astros. Left right. Everywhere they go. They are the sick see the astros have made it in baseball's big off season, they should just get blinked. Every time people bring up the Astros are frown just cheated just blatant just cheat to win. They're taking on the Minnesota twins keys, dodgers will take on the brewers the padres in the playoffs for the first time in fourteen years will take on the Saint Louis Cardinals and the much maligned and I know it's a sixty game season. How about the Miami Marlins under? Derek. Jeter, for everything that they have gone through there and they'll get the Chicago cubs. Yeah. They they. They deserve to being I'm happy for I'm happy for Jeeter because when he? Blew everything up and traded. Call Stan and everybody was like Oh they just care about the money. They're completely trash in the organization, and now they're in the playoffs and they take on. Chicago like you said, one
Miami Marlins Clinch 1st Playoff Berth Since 2003, Defeat New York Yankees 4-3
"19. The Miami Marlins returned with enough force to reach the playoffs for the first time since their 2003 championship is they defeat the Yankees of Yankee Stadium for three intended ings. National League Morris 57 105 a year ago, they seal the improbable berth on the field of the team that Miami CEO Derek Jeter a manager down. Mattingly once captained. The Marlins became just the second team in major league history to reach the postseason the season after losing at least 100 games, joining the 2017 Minnesota twins after he's Susanna gr hit a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th. Harlin's reliever Brandon Kinsler got major league batting leader deejay LeMay you to ground into a game ending double play. With the bases loaded, two in the game. Metz and
MacLane Wilkison: NuCypher Proxy Re-Encryption for Distributed Systems
"Using them. What are some of the hurdles that you've encountered in getting people to understand the value and utility of privacy preserving technologies, and are there some things that just most people will never really be able to pass off? The unfortunate reality of trying to sell technologies enterprise is that it's much more about like the enterprise sales mission and how good you are, how good your Oregon's at that that it is about the technology. So do you have sort of enterprise sales or they can reach these customers that can reach the influence these decision makers there's a whole lot of sort of comedian and bureaucracy to get sort of particularly something like this where it started touching their core infrastructure and encryption is very sensitive and it has regulatory and compliance implications for the end user like there's a lot of layers of approval that yet to go through. To go through compliance, they're going to want to know who you're institutional backers are they're going to your existing customers are because no one wants to be like the first bank to adopt something and then goes wrong. I think like if you're building enterprise -nology selling top down to CIO or. It's much less unfortunately about like the technology and much more about enterprise sales motion and whether you have that expertise inside of the organization and ashes not I think for for me not really a salesperson that's not something that I'm especially particularly intrinsic interest in. With Zero DB, what were some of the like technology that you had to use their? What's it like and how like related to sort of stuff you ended up building at new? Cyber. So she was actually quite simple. So it was an encrypted data end to end encrypted database where you encrypt everything client side before you uploaded to the server and the server never see the plain text data. So usually when you say that people like Oh, it must be like fully home orphee encryption was not it was much much simpler than that. So basically we would. Like remotely and incrementally traverse like a B index. This index clydeside sent it to the server, and then like we want search for something, we'd ask the server for the you know the included root of the tree fetch that down decrypted that we know which branch of the tree to go to next and we just basically do that. So it was pretty simple and kind of a little bit naive. It wasn't nearly like a fancy like fully morphou conscription sort of on everyone is looking for. Sort of like a client side search but like a smarter way of doing it basically. Exactly so like you couldn't really use it for applications that were performed sensitive, but you could use it maybe for things that you didn't really need to get a result back quickly. So the use case that we were pitching to enterprises, you can use us to archive stuff. So a lot of banks at the time and still currently I think are basically just habit archiving everything from like tapes whereas using zero DB they could theoretically throw that into something cloud storage like it abuse glacier or something, but still never exposed to Amazon would be able to query back. You know regulatory a regulator asks for something from eight ten years ago. So that was the basic technology and then we also built in this functionality to allow other people to query that encrypted data as well, and that was how we discovered this technology called proxy re encryption without proxy re encryption. Obviously, whoever has the key? Basically the person who included a client side? He's the only one query you know zero DB database but we started getting interested in proximity encryption because then like the enterprise could enable partners whether it's like. Supplier, regulator or customer whoever to also delegate access to that encrypted and allow them to do the search as well, and that ended up actually becoming like the the most interesting part zero was disability sort of delegate access to encrypted data, and that's ultimately what morphed into through this. The First Avenue Cypher Network, which is basically a decentralized network of a bunch of notes that perform this proxy Rian corruption function the basic idea of be sorta left behind. But this proxy rip jeter delegation to Encrypt data is what we kind of pulled out eventually
Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter: COVID-19 Outbreak Happened Because Players ‘Let Their Guard Down’
"The cardinals of the latest team to suffer a corona virus outbreak resulting in their four game series in Detroit being postponed the I. of course, was the Marlins. Here's Derek jeeter their man in charge describing how his players behaved before all this happened. Oil. Down to on this particular trip was. Guys were around each other got relaxed in. Let Their guard down. There were getting together in groups. They weren't wear masks as as they should have been warned social distancing of the entire traveling party is responsible for not following. The Protocols has instructed that that includes staffs, players. Everyone is seen seen the impact. They've seen their teammates, you'd sick. As I bring the Jeff Passan and Jessica does in Jeeter did go on to say, I think this is important that he had seen as we all have people suggesting that when they were in Atlanta, maybe the guys went out to bars and clubs and all of that strongly refuted that notion he was saying, yes, they got lax in some of their protocols, but it wasn't like they were out there doing things that were like super erase. I just thought that was important to get in. That said Jeff, what does the League's response to the Marlins, and now the cardinals outbreaks tell us about what we should expect for the remainder of this season. Greenie tells us that Major. League Baseball is saying damn the torpedoes full speed ahead, we are going to play through outbreaks and we saw that with the marlins and we're seeing that now with the cardinals, seven players on the cardinals have covid nineteen six staff members as well. Those thirteen people have been sent back to Saint Louis Right now is the cardinals trying to figure out what exactly they are going to do. They played only five games, this season Greeny, and yet the fact that they're missing potentially at least another four games possibly another week of games on top of that. MLB says, okay. This is this is reality if we want to put a baseball season on traveling around the country in two thousand twenty and it is a reality that they are embracing in full because at this point, if there's going to be baseball Greenie they really don't have another choice Jessica. What do you think? I think that honestly, this is something that's going. We're going to see it again in another team I hate saying that, but you get one player and that's what jumps out to me. So much is now seen it with two teams in a week or one player has it, and then the next thing you know you blink and overnight five, six, seven players get it, and I think even talking with, Mike, Chill, the cardinals manager everyone realizing how quickly this can spread and that's something i. feel. Feel like we're gonNA see continued throughout the MLB
Jeter blames outbreak on 'false sense of security'
"Marlins CEO Derek Jeter tells reporters that players quote had a false sense of security and became careless about the Corona virus. Once the baseball season began, and that lead to an outbreak. That's all 21 Marlins players and coaches contract Covert 19 leading to Major League baseball, canceling eight of the Marlins game's over the last week and 1/2
Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter: COVID-19 Outbreak Happened Because Players ‘Let Their Guard Down’
"Team CEO Derek Jeter defended his players We considered here and read about rumors about her Playersactions. And Atlanta and we need to stop our team and our players deserve better than that. As I mentioned these guys there sits our guys were not running all around town after game left, so I need to ask that stop. They don't serve did admit that the traveling party got too comfortable. No one is seriously ill. According to Jeter, Marlon season will resume tomorrow against the Orioles. The Angels Shohei Otani is being shut down for
"jeter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Here's your sportscenter. Update former Utah Jazz head coach Jerry. Sloan has passed away. He was seventy eight years old the NFL is making plans to experiment and he twenty twenty preseason with new officiating position that would be similar to sky judge at an alternative to the onside. Kick one offense play with fifteen yards to gain from its own twenty five yard line and finally Michael Bay is set to produce a covid nineteen inspired film titled Songbird. That will film in five weeks. Takes place two years in the future with the pandemic still ongoing due to the virus that continues to mutate the pair to cloverfield them paranormal activity? I've read that a couple of times. How long is it? GonNa take before you realized that. Was the exact same is just one of those days. A how is that possible? What do you one of those days? You didn't realize it until like the last sentence or two and it's something you read before i read what's put in front of me and I was sent the noon. Update now we are experiencing some technical issues. All of us okay. Everyone guys back. Brazil fall to gay and what was put in. Front of me is the same finally. I have not blaming anyone. I don't WanNa find forint. I'm just telling you it's the same exact then. Finally they had eleven thirty various sponsor. All right I asked this question genuinely. I don't know whether your job how hard it is to be as relentlessly lazy as you are. I don't know the difficulties. Well no but I I want you to help me understand like is it unreasonable thing. I know we've been doing this for a long time. And you we have built you into the monster that you are that gets us a great laughs and Great Love Because Your your laziness always gets rewarded. I asked the question. I'm about to ask you genuinely. Is it unreasonable to think that someone who is reading his minute of copy on the radio at any time in the history of radio would have read it before? He's reading it for the first time on the air. I'm asking the question genuinely like go. Go back to the Times of whenever radio was Edward R Murrow. Whoever it is that you believed to be the golden age of radio. You think it's unreasonable to ask that person to read something before they're reading it on air live for the people because the ways that we've rewarded you is more poorly. You read it the more things that has wrong in it the more content we get out of it like we're doing right now. So I am legitimately asking the question. Do you think that doing those flashes any update person who has ever done those flashes is reading them for the first time. Live on the air in the history of radio for me. The golden age of radio was eighties nineties. Mike and the mad dog and John Minka one of the great update anchors of all time. I am convinced the mink man read his updates wealth in fact he wrote his own. Which I do not do I. I am convinced that he read all of his before he went on the air. It's not an unreasonable thing that you're asking me or to be upset about what I am telling you is. I just read what was in front of me now. Sure noticed it. I should read it earlier but unlike the make man I am dealing with technical issues and Kobe. Nineteen Okay but you never read them anyways and the real question. I'm asking you because it is an amazing like in this respect it already represents a great victory for our show you all. If you've been listening for twenty years you know what the deal is around here. Okay whenever this flames out either. It's because you know the. Sec is rushing to Gaza's house or the FBI. Or I say something stupid or something happens where the whole thing falls apart. The goal is that at the very end of that. Stugotz will be standing on top of the mountain purged at the highest point in sports journalism. And so in this respect. We've already arrived there. Stu got you honestly have a Gig in reading those things? That is unlike what I believe to be anyone in the history of radio. You are a polished radio personality. You Know Radio. You Admire update guys. Who Do the polished radio you took on the assignment of doing the updates? Because you're good at doing that. And no one has been afforded the privilege that you have of. You're basically reading it for the very first time the minute that the microphone is on the SCC rushing my house. Why would the southeastern conference becoming my half sir? It wasn't you're right there but I'm dealing with technical issues that again. Ib pandemic covid nineteen. I cannot hear out of my right ear phone and I can't help and I was at the same copy as I wasn't eleven thirty. I am trying to do a better job. I'm reading better. I feel I but I should approve. Read that one your see. You had something that you wanted to say here. It looked like you wanted to get in on this subject because I don't want people to think I'm being mean to God's here I'm just genuinely curious whether anyone has had quite the same gig that he's got were doesn't matter that that's what happens in the update so that's my guess is my guess is that the mink man has had how many moments in the history of his career. Do you think that have all the things that you have any even a week in a week of updates you to the more things wrong then? The mink man has done all his entire life. Yes please make me anyone. Who's in radio? Who's making a top five list of top five update acres of all time there including Bob Eusler and the make band John Make? I guarantee you. There are two legends. Okay they really are Ibiza. But yes mistakes just this week then. The man made is entire career. Mike Again I WANNA probe this. 'cause this happens all the time around here tonight for those of you. Who aren't familiar to God's higher friends like we've had a professional working relationship and these things are really hard to keep together most. Don't stay together this long. And one of the reasons it stays together is because we understand each other and we love each other and we respect each other but it just dawned on me after twenty years of doing this with you. Yeah man like there's a certain level of professionalism that probably goes into reading these. You're probably take a look at something before you have to read it but still doesn't WanNa be bothered with that. Yes but I do understand where was coming from to you. WanNa Trust if something's put in front of you it's it's the right thing but there are failsafes for that because this is a lot and especially with the workflow things are going to get screwed up so maybe one percent less worse from bats would would be great during these times. I feel like I've been trying to do that because I've eliminated the drive and I'm trying to do some of that stuff. Here's the other thing. I'm not excuse making here Dan but just hear me out okay. The end finally sports stuff. I got it okay. The end finally lease or something. I think Mike doesn't want me to read before. I go to air with them because they're always trying to trip me up. If I read them I will change the words around because I don't want to be embarrassed on the air and I think might as a great amount of pride as Roy in getting me to mess up for the audience for the sake for content. And so I'm hesitant to read them before because that will change the words around words I pronounce you know. That is certainly a good point. We don't want you reading any Russian hockey names or anything like that beforehand. We do like the surprise of it. We have to be better. Maybe don't read the entire. Finally once you get into it and realize this is a strange day a huge influx of Michael Bay and finally. Oh wait this is sounding familiar. Why does it take you three paragraphs before you realize this is the thing? To God's this dawned on me and Mike at exactly the same time we were sitting here looking at each other and basically understanding what the other one was thinking where we're like how many of these sentences is going to read before he realizes that he is read all of these sentences before very recently and it's a fascinating so not only stugatz. This is the wonder of you okay and it is why you your Glorious Symbol for laziness that will extend throughout eternity. It's not it's not. It's not me you don't read the updates before you have to read the updates. It's after you've read them. You don't remember anything from what you the most cotton candy thing in the history of radio. There's no nutrition in it. You don't learn anything. You're not going to work harder next time. You're not going to retain anything more the next time to Dan's point. It's totally fair. If you me anything about the last one finally I've read the only thing I'd be able to tell you is Michael. Bay was involved not a single other deep. I've no idea what I've read not hold on a second Mike. Come on bring this to the Air Christie. Mike is sitting here laughing because he says Chris Roaming writing uproariously funny things in the chat that we have to go to. But we can't go to because I don't know who it offends. Who is what is Chris? Writing in the chat. Mike do you want to do for you? Want Chris the whole segments. Been a disaster. The radio audience couldn't even hear the update at the time. Because we're trying to fix all the technical difficulties I heard like the same rejoined back to back. It feels like Deja Vu and if it is I'd rather be reliving a good show as opposed this one Chris. Cody I understand why you put it in the chat. It was really funny. Would preferred it on the air. Because it's a callback. You have to be listening nonstop over the last three weeks given the quality of the shows. I don't blame you for not. He writes in the chat. Guys watching boy meets world which is really that's funny. That's right Chris. Because Chris did the same thing.
"jeter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Espn and we will get Teddy Atlas for you to tell Mike Tyson stories. Because he's worked with seventeen or eighteen world champions and his stories regarding Mike. Tyson are a bit crazy. Stugotz like one of them involves Teddy Atlas Holding a gun to the head of Mike Tyson. And so hopefully we will have him on to talk about some of those kinds of stories because it is a desperate programming time and ESPN is going to four straight hours of Tyson fights that I'm guessing thirty years old. I'm guessing it's all the early fight. The ones where everyone was scared of him. You can make the argument. That sports has never seen someone as scary as early twenties. Mike Tyson where people were looking at him and saying how the Hell do you defeat that ultimately the only way you defeated is it gets sloppy about its disciplined becomes corrosive. He could have been far and away to God's the best ever that heavyweight division hasn't been the same thing since this last six months basically last twelve months is as close as we've come to it but it wasn't just to the combination that Tyson had. It wasn't just that he was obviously excellent at what he did in terms of speed and it wasn't just that he was obviously a form of menace that we basically had never seen not even from a heavyweight. Even if you want to go back to even Jack Johnson or the old time boxers who were scary. No one's ever been as scary as early twenties. Mike Tyson youngest heavyweight champion ever but beyond that his life was totally insane. Stugatz like it's not you think the Rodman thing was crazy from the last dance. You have stories about Mike Tyson. That are there him. His his Ferrari breaking down and him deciding because he's tired of dealing with mechanics and Ferrari to just make it furniture in his house and just put a Ferrari in the middle of his house on its side to be furniture and it's not very high on the list of crazy things with Tyson. I remember I remember. It's as scared as I've ever been in terms of covering sports or working. I think I can say this and it was talking to Mike. Tyson's a limo driver who had just written a book. We were in a Las Vegas Hotel and he was very skittish and scared because of the book that he had written and he was wearing a bulletproof vest when I talked to him because he was just simply scared of being around Vegas and a fight and money and Tyson stuff and this book where he was just clearly cashing in on a bunch of crazy stories that he told Mike Tyson's driver and then there was a knock on the door and I felt the need as did the person I was with to go to the floor and high. Try to hide because I did not know what was around this person why he was wearing a bulletproof vest. Beyond you know what's what is going to happen. You laughing at me I. I can't think of another time in journalism where I've been that kind of scared. Or just imagining you. As the door noxious you hitting the deck like underneath anything. There was no really wasn't looked. It was done really hiding if he just don't all in the hotel room. You'RE MAKING NOISE. Thank you look. I didn't think I needed to explain to you. That hotel rooms generally speaking. Unless you're in a very large don't have a lot of hiding places. I understand that this was not rational behavior. Just I was scared. I was young. I was talking to a human being who is clearly scared who portrayed the most menacing man in the universe. There was nobody to God's at that time like there was nobody who wasn't impressed by the menace of Mike Tyson. Which are you aware of how crazy it is given that? He's what five ten like. He's not think about what we're talking about there. He's not very tall now and the crazy thing about Tyson. I'm wondering are you interested enough to go back and watch those early fights because none of them were very long. But here's the thing about Tyson. You kinda went into those fights knowing. They weren't going to be very long because he was that much better than everyone else at what it is that he did for a living and you could argue some of the opponents and you could argue this. You could argue that. He was just that good. I knew going into these fights. They might only last ninety seconds but I had to see the entrance. I had ninety seconds. I had to see the post-match comments I had to see the interview it. Was you know it was tune in event? Mark Your calendar down. You had to watch even though you felt like you were probably if you were paying for probably spending too much on ninety second fight but I still had to see it. You couldn't miss it. You can take your eyes off of it so Teddy. Atlas will join us at eleven thirty now. Eastern four straight hours of Mike Tyson fights tomorrow night starting at seven PM ON ESPN Stugatz. This is one of the things that is happening. Okay and it's understandable. There are a lot of people in sports and Sports Radio and sports gas bagging. Who have to give opinions now at a time where there are fewer opinions to have about things in sports and basically in the history of the talk industry. Okay so what is happening is rich Eisen is saying that Rudy Stinks and Jorges Sodano is doubling down by saying and sodas hoosiers. This is what happens during pandemics to God's and I happen to agree with them. I thought so. I thought so at the time that those movies came out that they were vastly overrated. I do not love either one of those movies but we have rich. Eisen saying flatly. That Rudy Stinks and George. Sodano saying hoosier stinks so put it on. The poll at Lebatardshow are rich. Eisen and Jorges Sodano write-off Rudy and hoosier stink and would use to God's be willing as the guy who loves to steal. Take the guy who is jealous of Paul Pierce because Paul Pierce gets a lot of run and publicity when he doesn't put Lebron James in his top five. You just tried to do that thing you do where you travel in the wake of one of these takes and you try to make your own top five list. That didn't include Lebron James. Are you willing to put a third movie on this list? A move sports movie that is well regarded that stugatz believes doesn't deserve to be well regarded you love crappy sports movies. You're still talking about Varsity Blues and the program. You love any given Sunday. Most sports movie stink up and down. Stink the grand majority of them do what was that movie with Mark. Wahlberg is the Philadelphia Eagle sensible invincible. Yet follow God. It was actually movie poster autograph for Under Fifty Dollars on this website that I was trying to get. It almost made the cut. I mean it's like the rocky of special team players in the NFL. They you've got very true. In fact some would say it's the only rocky type film for a special teams. You understand though right you do understand when and I don't mean to bring race into everything but let's just in the discussion. We're having right now. Ta Understand why the Guy who was the fourth best running back ever looks at Mark Walberg and says really an eagles special teamer like you already had rudy. We're going to do this now with the tiny white guy. Who's an eagles team or? Can we make some movies about actual excellence or we just going to do it when white guys achieve and arrive at the very bottom of the sports entertainment ladders? That what we're GONNA make are classics that in Indiana High School basketball. Espn radio is presented by progressive insurance. Lance Armstrong's rise was among the most dramatic inspirational and popular stories. Sports history then. His fall was remarkably absolute years later. His story remains as compelling as ever and as for the man himself. He's not done okay. The latest thirty for thirty lance premiers with part one this Sunday at nine eastern on. Espn one born. One will be available to stream on. Espn plus immediately following the conclusion of the broadcast. Teddy Atlas GonNa join us here in just a minute. Here's your sportscenter. Update former Utah Jazz head coach Jerry. Sloan has passed away. He was seventy eight years old the NFL is making plans to experiment and twenty twenty preseason with new officiating positions that would be similar to a sky judge and an alternative to the on side kick one offensive play with fifteen yards to gain from its own twenty five yard line. The chiefs should do that every single time and finally Michael Bay is set to produce a covert nineteen inspired film titled Songbird. That will film in five weeks. It takes place two years in the future with the pandemic still ongoing due to a virus that continues to mutate..
Animal Agricultures Awakening Hour
"Today's guest was inspired by his dad to change the world and have a lasting positive impact on health and the environment. I'm talking about Ethan Brown. The founder and CEO of beyond meet a disruptive and innovative plant based Meat Company and. I know you've seen her to them. Because they are ubiquitous. These days interview was recorded pre covert nineteen so while we don't specifically discuss it. This episode is very timely. Since as you've I'm sure read. One of the areas most affected by this horrific disease. Is Our food supply chain specifically the animal food supply chain. The conditions are deplorable for both the animals and humans at these meat processing plants and the health of both is compromised. Daily Ethan discusses in detail. I was company is improving the efficiency the safety the health and the environmental impact of his beyond meat. Production and the benefits are huge. We know that the average consumer even those who eat animal meat are aware and very concerned about these health and social issues. As Ethan says I believe there is a new dawn for American agriculture. And this conversation is our awakening our in fact just last week. Jim Cramer the host of mad money on. Cnbc said that beyond meat is a small company but so Amazon so was facebook and so was Google and then he goes on to say and I quote. It's all going beyond meets way and what is beyond me doing. They're cutting prices. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based Kramer continues to go on to say that the rising demand for plant based protein will not be a passing fad and that. There's no hobby here. The Hobby is going to end up being meet man. Jim You are talking our language. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based eating meats going to become a hobby love it? Here's to having the heart of a hero and not being afraid to challenge the status quo in fact instead of being divisive it's time we collectively come together and work to solve these problems on behalf of the animals the longevity of our planet and our own health it is my mission and it's the mission and driving force for my friend. Ethan Brown all right here. We are season two of the the plant. Strong podcast I am here with Ethan Brown. The CEO of beyond me. And I want you to know and I'm at World Headquarters for beyond me. Where exactly are we? So we're going to California el Segundo AB- like what two miles from the airport? Exactly yeah I mean it was the most. This is the easiest drive ever made from the airport and season to just so you know the whole theme is heart of a hero and we're really trying to identify People that are changing the game and and that's who were having an inviting on season two of the Pike Aston. You probably more than just about anybody. I know are changing the game in a multitude of ways and I and I wanna get into that so you are truly a game changer. Speaking of the game game changers. Have you seen the movie I have in before I even get into that? I mean I just WanNa share on August the impact you and your family out on my own life and just how much a fan of yours and incredibly sincere. I've watched forks over knives yet more times than I can count Shared it with more people than I can count And you don't want. We got a chance to connect few years back. It was a terrific thing for me. No I've been a big fan of yours for a long time to be here being everybody. You surreal well. I I'm flattered. Thank you and so in the game changers. You saw it. Did you like it. I love that movie. Yes in fact. You're so intimately viable that but I'm having to stop myself showing you a clip. Because it's almost every time someone comes to my office injured in this subject. But of course that would be lost on you because you set the record for most I think most downloaded most downloads of a documentary ever and they broke it in a little over a week. It's remarkable and it resonates so strongly with me for so many of the reasons that it also resonates with you of course But even as somebody's building business it was really important for me to see this You know growing up we were very much exposed to the got milk campaign. I mean that was something that was a big part of culture and and maybe less so today but you know the use of athletes to promote a particular type of animal-based protein with something the California Milk Board. Did you know very well And and that was something that because of my own background and interest in the milk industry. My family was doing I paid a lot of to the got milk campaign with came time for me to start my own company I. She hired the original sponsor of that campaign. I'm Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board. He had left since you grew up on a dairy farm. I grew up in the city. Okay on my dad's a professor and we He he didn't like being in the city and so he wanted to have a place to recreate because he grew up in the country and so got a farm Very early on in my childhood and he's kind of entrepreneurial so ultimately we get wholesale cattle there Dairy but but he rate so To went back and found the person who who wrote the original mandate for the got milk campaign of someone named Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board and that led to that campaign with milk mustache. And you know Bo Jackson Derek. Jeter et CETERA. And so I asked him to come work with me so we were together for a number of years creating the future protein campaign that we have here on the go beyond campaign and it's been been remarkable woman named Beth. Moskowitz has brought in more athletes. I can count Really remarkable career having or you know deandre Jordan Deandre Hopkins Chris Paul. They are now getting behind the idea. That a plant based Diet is the best performance and so game changers just nails that yeah and and there's a scene in there with the Tennessee. Titans football players and chastity. Morgan yes is cooking. I think some burgers on a grill. Those beyond Meat Burger. Yes we love the the Morgan's and all they're doing and I think that's just a great story and you're seeing that Clifford throughout the NFL particularly NBA. Where lightness quickness is so important you seeing so many. Nba Athletes turn to a plant based Diet for no other reason improve the performance. They also love the social aspect of it. They love the disruptive Challenger. Let's let's not do things the way we used to do. Let's bring something forward in this. World is a little better for for their kids. The challenge the status quo. Yeah there's a big big part of that
Miami Marlins To Furlough Some Employees June 1
"Transaction or Bloomberg sports league John the Miami Marlins are gonna temporarily furloughed ninety to a hundred baseball operations employees beginning June first due to the crown of virus pandemic the Associated Press reports that's about forty percent of the baseball operations staff health benefits though will continue through the end of October last month Marlins CEO Derek Jeter told him employees he was forgoing his salary during the
Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021
"K. gonna have to wait one year to see Larry Walker inducted into the baseball hall of fame yeah the first rocky ever to go into the baseball hall of fame Larry Walker in Yankee legend Derek Jeter I'm gonna have to wait a year to give their hall of fame speech Wednesday the baseball hall of fame in Cooperstown New York said they were canceling this year's induction ceremony among concerns for public health and safety because of the corona virus last year fifty five thousand fans attended the ceremony in July and that number certainly would have been even higher for Yankees fans a drive up from New York City to see Jeter's induction
Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021
"At the baseball hall of fame canceled the July twenty sixth inductions in Cooperstown due to the coronavirus Derek Jeter Larry Walker Ted Sizemore and Marvin Miller will be honored in twenty twenty one alongside any twenty twenty one elect to use right away a record crowd had been
Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021
"Reynolds Derek Jeter was voted nearly unanimously this first year of eligibility Larry Walker voted in his final year of eligibility Ted Simmons waited for decades before being voted by the modern era committee to all wait one more year the baseball hall of fame announcer gets cancelled the induction ceremony in July because of the pandemic they along with the late Marvin Miller will be inducted next
A-Rod, J-Lo retain JP Morgan in bid for Mets
"Alex Rodriguez once again wants to be like Derek Jeter this time as owner of his own baseball team A. rod and Jennifer Lopez who are engaged have retained JP Morgan to represent them in raising capital for a possible bid for the New York Mets the move was first reported by variety and confirm to the Associated Press but a person familiar with the decision who spoke on condition of anonymity Rodriguez retired in August twenty sixteen he was suspended for the twenty fourteen season for violations of major league baseball's drug agreement and labor contract Jeter a former Yankees part of a group that bought the Miami Marlins Julie Walker New York
Marlins' Jeter giving up salary during pandemic
"Jeter has foregone his salary indefinitely and members of the organization's executive team for the MARLINS have taken pay cuts with no start or schedule for twenty twenty. The Club is still evaluating impact on the business side. But at the moment jeeter has foregone his salary indefinitely and that is the marlins doing a good and noble thing at a time that many people badly needed in order to keep young lower paid employees getting money so they don't have to be jealous of Brooke Kept Kaz
Miami Marlins' Jeter giving up salary during pandemic
"Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter tells team employees he's giving up his salary during the pandemic a person familiar with the conference call by Jeter says other members of the Marlins executive team also agreed to take pay
Brady: It was 'just time' to leave Pats for new challenge
"On Tom the Brady week entered that Tiger his final Woods season was supposed in New to England defend with his a strong masters inkling title that it would instead be his last comes with word the patriots that he and his six caddie time Joe Superbowl lacava champion are who signed being with sued the Tampa Bay from Buccaneers an incident in free at agency the Valspar last championship month said two Wednesday years on ago Sirius XM's Brian the Howard Bruso Stern show was a fan it was at just that time tournament for a change and is reiterating alleging that that he has Lacob no hard feelings I shoved about him coach as bill he was Belichick trying to take not a making selfie a with patriot woods for life perusal insisting claims there has he never suffered been a rift physical between the wounds two losing over who is his most ability responsible to earn for income doing one success and has had ongoing Brady also health talked problems about moving his family the to Russo Derek Jeter's is seeking mansion thirty in Tampa thousand as dollars well as his in marriage damages to supermodel Giselle woods Bundchen finished in a tie trying for marijuana second at and alcohol that tournament as a teenager and both in his he college and Lochaber career at Michigan are named I'm in Josh the lawsuit Rowntree I'm David Shuster
Tom Brady rents Derek Jeter's mansion after signing for the Buccaneers
"Tom Brady the former patriots cornerback has pledged fifteen million meals to a program begun by the Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson by the way Brady rented Derek Jeter's waterfront mansion on Davis islands in the Tampa Bay area as he settles in as a Buccaneers
"jeter" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"There's a ball seventy four feel the difference that's what we're joined by physical Jeter also coached thanks for joining us seven talk in a little while we'll make it brief another heartbreaking loss for the warriors but another Katie doesn't chance to win down the stretch try to get a stop there did you get the initial stop on Fisher but held with the bags talk about we saw that left in the world who's pretty much out of these you went through a situation where we had to switch today because she was so order order broom Ripley did it did a pretty decent job with the edges slip that the and it ended up open up the lane and of course when it when a shot goes up office rebounds always an option and then Tony of down there with the with a with a bigger bigger better rebound and they just get the two PM but I just think that that that date this game didn't come up to that the last position with his way too many free throws this game we gave up way too many three pointers we know that we can't give up three pointers in the end I think they may like maybe ten three pointers for the game so we just have to do a better job defensively enough thought we came out the second have to start a way to flatten gave them eight oh run and then had to fight back so it to we're able to stop doing things like that things does that be done instead of just being a sales of we're always going to be this close games we have to learn to take advantage of opportunities you know I've been in a situation like this before losing a lot of close games in one season what's the conversation and what specific things do you think you need to get over this hump and start winning some games you're going for will one we have to just continue to fight I think there are guys that give a great effort and now the attention to detail it is really what it boils down to when you start losing games close games one position games to possess a game this about focuses about discipline is about execution so you have please like play break down you have a bad turn over trying to deviate from the plate and then you have in defense position would you gamble or you switch or you let me help off shooters and did you give up Kareem plant plan off Nigel nor the he's a shooter he's from this area he knocked down the big three the cat you know take the game about one so it's just things like that that you can't you can't have you have to have to always be prepared for the worst and that way you make sure that the words that have so I just think that that's the big thing what we're taking away from these you just have to connect the learners we watch fail and go over break down at the break down and we talk to our guys about how we can't have beating mistakes with that one we have limited numbers we'll have one guy that complete a full season from last year so we can have those mistakes and of course this is game ready experience that these guys we get but as they continue to learn and I do think would get better I thought the defense position other than him fall and I think that that was pretty good but we just have to do a better job of blocking out blocking out his bid on them the Mississauga and we have one position early in the first half we gave up three office of revive the came back and they hit a three on this and that very same position so that that that that's what we have to do I coach got around the thanks for joining us as always and hopefully we'll talk to everyone on Saturday I guess first they are the future health insurance in the post game show it back in a moment you ways they fall seventy four seventy three your.
"jeter" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Host Tub sitting alongside me in studio. MICO is my compadres. The victim self dare cheaters. Lookalike Tommy. SMOKE STOPS GO belly. Oh uh-huh say a one time for this show. Yeah I mean you know. You're getting a lot of congratulations yesterday. I think people can seize profiles on social media but no. It's a great a day great day for Derek. Great Day for everyone looks like him. Yeah not not exactly I mean it could have been more perfect We are going to be joining Marnie seconds. He's late with his train. So just bear with us for it could have been more perfect. He could've been unanimous. Like this is the first thing that go wrong in the season but also I don't like dirty use. A Hall of Famer is the most percentage votes ever a position player. That's cool most ever. That's not unanimous like I don't want to give this a miserable crabby. Fuck whoever is the credit of making Derek jeters hall of fame name Induction Field Down like I get. It would have been much better if it's if it was unanimous but I hate that like the whole thing is damper. Now there should be a celebration of career. Sure and I get that. It sucks but I don't WanNa give this miserable piece of shit the satisfaction to think like. He's ruining well. I'M GONNA is. I want him to go to jail for the rest of his life. I wanted to be shamed Shane publicly. I want him to have to explain it in some sort of public peace after college. Like I'm not giving a guy a click. I want him to say it like publicly on like livestream somewhere or whatever like I don't WanNa give one click of whatever companies associated with I want him to actually have to explain. Why Derek Jeter isn't a hall of Famer in his mind and I can't honestly think of what he's GonNa like unless he says and this doesn't make it fair but this is what I could see him saying? Like I knew he was going to be hall of fame voter but everyone what else I gave her an else my vote. But that's wrong. But that's just the wrong way where he's going to say I think he's good enough to be unanimous that's terrible. That's not the way to think the hall of Fame Voting System. The is Fox. First of all there shouldn't be a cap to how many people you could put in because and they're also should be. It should be shorter than ten years. They are on the ballot. Those are my my two. I like now joined by Martin James Martin. What's going on dirt you? I mean he says that we shouldn't give the guy I'm saying acknowledged uh-huh I'm saying that right now. It Sucks Derek. JETER's like hall of fame. Induction is getting dampened by the fact that it wasn't unanimous almost feels like said we're trivia celebration that he's in Eh great career and I think that being like Oh shucks he was unanimous is giving this guy the satisfaction he wanted. It is so I have. I still want the people might take but I think all of a sudden is Mike just went out. What are you doing target? Hello Yeah I was GonNa did you purposely just make. It might not work because it's just obviously we knew he was getting in correct. I was but we were just waiting. C One hundred percent. You don't like Kinda WanNa be that guy to have that power I have asshole. He's a dickhead sick to be that one guy. That'd be how everyone's talking about to be a unanimous do it with like another derrick. Jeeter this is I think dirges should definitely been one hundred. People are so fucking dumb and that like that. Ah He wasn't like he's overrated bobble. I don't even know if the trolling he literally flavors trolling. I think there's actually other people out there who I know that's crazy. They really obsessed with his defensive runs. Saved number like for his career. Watch the trump throw people literally jumped on literally. Oh did Derrick jeeter. It got to the point because we're from New York. There's no chance everyone everyone does that. I mean think about all the people around baseball that were the number to form and stuff it got to the point. Where maybe there was a point maybe where people overrated Derrick jeeter a little bit but the pendulum is now swung back to the fact that I think he's now underrated like so many people are saying? So what are yours overrated. I think he's now under. Highest percentage vote by Brezler Industry and the hall of fame underrated player. I like that. Yeah I generally like the way people are are. Here's the thing it's like two separate arguments should derrick jeeter hall of Famer and then should Derek jeter view unanimous hall of fame. There are people that are going to say he's a hall of Famer but it shouldn't be unanimous but that just doesn't make fucking sense. It's like you just because pass. Voters did the wrong thing by leaving out. Thank Ken Griffey and Tom Seaver and Babe Ruth etc look America Rights. It's wrongs women didn't have the right to vote at one point. I guess what's happening women. They got they got the right to vote. We vote rights wrong. I look at you like what's happening. We look we you know we we. We had a bad past the hall of fame voters last year. It got straightened out with Marrano. We continue on that good path. This guy probably want women to vote the Derrick jeeter. I liked the accusees. Yeah now there is. The school thought that this could solidify that. Mary is going to be the only unanimous famer ever it. Should that only like good thing. That comes out if that happens. That's awesome because he was the best in my opinion of anyone who plays a certain position. He's the most dominant in sports history. Story Yeah I mean if ten griffey junior didn't get it right. I don't think anyone position player. She got them right. And but that's not but like no doubt their word the Sincino but what about trout. Honestly like I think someone like someone like he didn't win winning player so I I don't think will be unanimous unanimous now that if junior was unanimous yes sure that opens the door fog intro but now it's like I think they're just kind of trying to solidify Marianna which that could be if that's maybe this. This guy's L- Reasoning is like he's just a Marian Guy. There's no way Marrano guy to me Your Hall of Famer or you're not the whole thing like oh we shouldn't be unanimous. I missed you ask one hundred people is Derek. Jeter Hall of Famer. They should all say yes. I'm all be unanimous hall of Famer. Maybe they're not all going to say yes but at one hundred people think he's a hall of fame it's facto. He should be handed about. WHO's a hall of Famer on this list right here? Well obviously der Cheater. Well then you have to say that the balance because we're all obviously obviously is in the hall of fame but yeah he's handing a ballot here Adam Dunn's on this list Brad pennies analyst. Someone voted for Brad Penny so get any votes. I don't know imagine who needs to shut up the kid good career he did curt schilling need to shut up Europe. Rick he's a prick. We can't have that guy. Guide the hall shut up getting a guy about how you didn't get in Europe wreck if you shut the fuck up you'll be in the hall. Yes Derek jeter. Hasn't said there's nothing we know what they're doing because Kurt John. You're a prick shop. I don't care about you. Not being all fifty states only got so much same GIAMBI. He'll get six votes. Yeah you got the the job I think. I'll fons more deserving GIAMBI for sure yeah job was involved with the steroids clean funds with like. I didn't realize how many home runs all. Oh father hidden history is like four thirteen. The thing about Geeder too. It's like people are like maybe we had younger guys coming up like to be a better a shortstop and him and everything then. Why do we trade for shortstop when he left right? That was a Lotta People's point like he probably held out. We had definitely better prospects. Come up shortstops when he was there. We'll fuck it. Obviously not what it used. Yeah this is a stupid argument. Also I love this status from Katie Sharp. She said how this is a long longlist. The people who have done this three thousand two hundred fifty homers three hundred fifty stolen bases thirteen hundred. RBI career named the people on that list. Derek jeter. It's only guy only ever do that. That guy's not at all. I mean it. Is You know you could say arbitrary cut offs or whatever but those are legit statistics and numbers. There's only five people baseball more. Hit SNUKA only five this stupid people fucking insane I will shout out. Does I found it funny because people are just so stupid out there but the amount yeah people were yesterday but like we found the voter we got him. And it's just white socks good for Dave. Yeah that was good. That was that was a good job there. I I enjoyed. That didn't Piss me off at all like people were just so stupid out there. They actually think white sox. Dave voted for Paul Arco. There was like blowback. You Sucks Dave has hall. It's crazy as we're blue checked reporters that were like. Oh yeah calling is a radio someone someone a whole radio segment of a guy going on Jay Williams guy like and it is it is a great ne- like that would be for somebody that left dirtier off the Alec Dave Williams of Chicago like leaves. Derek jeter office and it gives people more reason to hate us and it's like a funny like one things catch wind and twitter. You just get caught up in it sometimes radio and they're like oh Dave Williams Paul Connor go. Oh my God as well. That was a good troll people. Send Me Dan Shaughnessy. He's ballot allitt. And I was like Steve Over jeeter like the only person who voted for for GOP. Read this ballot like he's the only literally next jeeter I'm like. What am I missing here? Oh I didn't see that I was like this is a fucking easy test. When you gave the gave out a test? You've fucked up yours. Had to do one check Derek. I'm glad for Liar. Walk a good for him. He's getting I am no credit for this. Like no one is paying attention to Larry Walker getting. I was very nice. Yeah more people are just happy for like jeter. Derek jeter hitting griffey junior career. He had a better three. Larry Walker you know like I'm honest. I say the name Larisa. The locker got it dirty or wasn't going to be unanimous tonight at least wanted it to be his week. I want to be the only guy from the ballot together. I'M NOT THAT VILLAINOUS I. I was very for organic. He was unanimous than fine put. Who put every Tom Dick? and Larry and no pun intended or Harry. Whatever yeah I I? So this layer walk Larry Walker. Dr Larry Walker tweeted this yesterday. I felt so say reading. Although I believe I'm GonNa come a little short today. I just want to thank all you who've been pulling for me and showing your Sport.
"jeter" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Chances Are you're going to get to seventy twenty five percent and he's got two years to do it. I think he'll do it next year but if he doesn't I think he'll do it the year after that so I think eventually before along we'll be talking about curt schilling as a hall of fame pitcher. Just go look at those down and had seasons in Philadelphia and Arizona. Just go look at that. Career record walks and strikeouts pretty impressive stuff before we get to bonds and clemens. I want to ask you about other candidates who saw the percentages jump. Did anybody jump out at you. While the Scott Rolen jump was significant. I voted for Scott Rolen this year because I had room for Scott Rolen role of this year For me buster. Again very subjective Brooks Robinson knowing Aaron auto has got role in those of the three best defensive third baseman. I've ever ever seen and the fact that The advanced metrics place him for some at least as one of the five best third baseman ever. I'm not going that high I I think he's all of Famer and I think His first real shot at this where the ballot was completely clogged. He made a really nice job. And I think he's one of those guys that's GonNa continue to go up each year much like Larry Walker did to go from basically fifteen percent to seventy six percent during that time so tim when we've had this conversation about bonds and clemens in recent years you and I've I've kind of disagreed on this. You felt that eventually there would be a softening among voters and these guys as we get in. And I'm I'm more cynical than you are. Let's I think everybody listed the podcast knows that you're a nicer person. I am and I watched the voting trends on and these guys in the last couple of years. They are not moving Tim. Roger Clemens yesterday sixty one percent barry bonds sixty point seven percent. It's like a mount Everest for them to overcome to get those last fifteen percent to actually be voted in. I think it's pretty clear that there's a core thirty five to forty percent of voters who are saying we are not letting these guys in at any point. I don't get it. Do you still think there'll be a softening with these two guys. No I'm on uh I'm on your side now here buster. In this respect the last two years I expected a spike for those two guys especially this year when it wasn't a great ballot for first timers. Other than of course there and he got a negligible bump and next year is also not a a great year for first timers. But I think you're right. I think the the anti PD guys have dug in and said I don't care what else is going audio. They are not getting our vote and fifteen percent. Buster in two years is a huge jump. They haven't gotten a fifteen percent jumping a two a year span as far as I can tell and with that baggage included. I think they're going to go through ten years on the ballot and not make it to the hall of fame on the Writers' ballots. I feel like Tim. I like if in two years. These guys don't get it. I think it'd be silly. It would be unbelievably silly when you think about. Let's face it the reality that certainly someone has already made a speech at the Cooperstown who use. PD's at some point right and the context text of their era was just saturated with PD's and it feels like these two guys are basically being singled out by this chunk voters. Yes in a way. That's completely out of context knowing that thousands of players did this stuff minor leaguers major leaguers. And the only reason why they were the two best ask guys well again buster. This is why I vote for those two guys out of that but me there was this tacit agreement. Going going around back then that nobody's checking. Nobody's testing everyone's doing this. And you're not gonNA get caught doing this so go ahead. The guys on the other teams in doing it pitchers are doing it. Everyone's doing it or a lot of people are doing it. So that Sam in a slightly different category to me then a-rod automating Ramirez. Who did this while testing was going on and I'll penalties being handed out so yes I still think though that these guys are dug the in on bonds and clemens and yes there's been a softening up twenty four percent for the first time they got on but they still have a long way to go? Oh from here. Do you think what kind of paths do. You think it'd be for bonds and clemens if they don't get voted in by the writers and they would have to rely on the Veterans Committee. Well I think it's really hard to get seventy five percent of the vote but my guess is they will have a harder time getting in through a special chill committee than they will with the writers. I've been in those rooms before and there are some people in those rooms who feel like the hall. All is the most special place and only the best players and the best people get in so my guess is they have a better shot with the writers her than they would with a special committee all right before we go. I want to ask you about some other issues around baseball. Other things going on there was so much shocked him from the executives actives and officials that I spoke with on Monday with other teams after Astros players in particular Alex Bregman Jose Altuve met with reporters over the weekend because they think officials mother teams anticipated the Astros players at some point. Somebody's GonNa Apologize. Hey we're sorry. It was a distraction yet. When we look back on it we I wish it played out differently with a sign stealing and there was no words there were no words of contrition? There was no apology and I got back from from a lot of folks with other teams was what are they doing. Why can't they could? They could've anticipated those questions and answer them differently. What were your thoughts? Yeah the the people I talked to in the game. Buster said the same thing. They were really disappointed in the reaction of the Astros players. Who aren't being punished for this in the least they could do is show some contrition? COUPLA people told me this is the astros arrogance on display again. But as you know Jim Crane who is upset by this and embarrassed by this as he should be came out last night and said all right. We're going to address this spring training. The players lawyers are going to apologize. We're GONNA have a team meeting and get out there in front of the media and we're GonNa do this right But Buster that has to happen somebody has ask show some contrition here otherwise these questions are going to be asked. Every day moving forward they might as well at least try to get some of it out out of the way where they mass press conference not reading from the statement like Alex. I tell you what that all said. I do feel like that. It was in there is as with clemens and bonds almost an undue burden being put onto players l.. Tubay Bregman to answer for the rest of them like I think of Alex. bregman context in two thousand seventeen. He's a rookie. Just called up. There was already a system in place with science Stanley. And the idea that Alex Bregman would step up and say guys. This just isn't gonNA work. This is not ethical. That's unrealistic. I think for anybody to expect a rookie player would do that or any individual. Will you do wish that there had been a collective conversation among the players and saying boy. There's a lot at stake here a lot of risk right. Well you're right buster. Of course it's an Alex Bregman problem. This is Jose Altuve as promising entire. Team's probably anyone who was there at the time or anyone who's had anything to do with it and that's why Jim Crane said he's going to get everyone together and Glee in his mind. Make a formal apology and offer an explanation. And then hopefully okay. We can all start to move forward on this issue. All right. Let's talk about the managerial selections. That are going on the mets. The Red Sox astros looking for managers. You know the name. I've been watching all along as buck. SHOWALTER I can't figure out. Why isn't that managing the big leagues now? And I gotta believe that one of these teams could find room for him. I think he's at perfect perfect fit for the Astros which is eighteen prepared to win in two thousand twenty and it makes sense to me and it makes sense for the on the mets as well that you would want an experienced manager what do you think. Yes and Buck showalter was the first vantage or to interview with the Astros. He drove from Dallas to Houston and met met directly with Jim Crane and had a very honest discussion with him into me. A veteran manager is crucial. Here a guy who knows about a crisis management buck show all been through. An awful lot is career. He's GonNa know how to deal with this issue. So as Dusty Baker Eduardo Perez interviewed interview last night and I think it went really well from what I can tell but I think you really really need to look at Buck showalter and say we need you to come in here with your discipline and with your experience and with your wisdom as a manager and start to turn in the right direction. Crisis Management is critical. Now now buck is really good at that dusty. would be really good at that too. Three more for you. Three Questions Nolan are not oh is not happy. We got more context attack on that yesterday or over the weekend when he made it clear that he felt disrespected. And he's made it clear through the athletic and interview. He did head with Nick was. It's not that his name was out there and trade talks. I is the reason why he feels disrespected. I think it feels disrespected because he reached an agreement agreement with the team last year on this big massive long-term deal two hundred sixty million dollars under the assumption. That team is going to work to get better and he feels like that. The team team has an honored that I understand that sentiment. I gotta say I have a little bit of a hard time on Arnott's part of it because if I'm a team and I commit two hundred and sixty million dollars with the player I don't want less than a year later for the player to be coming out and ripping the team. What do you think well you're right? They're both both sides of this. Aeronautics got his money got a long-term and he and he's got an opt-out so he shouldn't be saying anything like I'm upset with the team. And yet he should be upset with the 'cause they played so poorly last year and because they haven't done now so far to really start to move things is war but in the end it comes. Some of it comes back in our in auto. If you really want to win long term..
"jeter" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"A Canadian I was a proud moment for me to to represent my country. And be able to join Ferguson Jenkins in the hall of fame that question from Bob Costas on the MLB network Derek. JETER courses voted in three hundred. Ninety seven ballots cast. He was named on three three hundred ninety six falling. One vote short of becoming the second player to be elected unanimously. The I was last year Mariano Rivera. They're jeeter one on on the MLB network and talked about how he has. Thanks to those who helped get him into that place. Well I is my family. I mean they're the ones that have been around for. Ah Obviously My entire career but just starting from my dream of playing professional baseball when I was four or five years old so you think about the family you think about the Steinbrenner family. I get the opportunity to live out my dream of playing for the New York Yankees and not only plan for them but having the opportunity to play twenty years at the major league level with this organization innovation entire Steinbrenner family. The fans in New York. I mean they're the ones that challenged me. I've said it before I'll say it again. The greatest fans in the world and they're the ones that pushed me day in and day out. I mean the list goes on and on about the people that I can think but I guess I gotTa Save something to say during the speech right curt Schilling got seventy percent of the vote. Falling short of the seventy five percent that he'll need to be voted in but he's got two more years on the ballot. Roger Clemens Barry Bonds Pretty Pretty much stuck in place sixty one percent for clements sixty point seven percent for Barry Bonds in big jumps for Omar Vizquel in Scott Rowland in this year's voting and we'll talk to Tim. I'm coaching about guys down ballot. Who took big leaps? There was conversation over the weekend in Houston about the sign Stanley scandal and the fallout Alex. Bregman asks her basement was asked if the report was accurate. Accurate surveys rewards. Yesterday their decisions deciduous world. He was asked. If the Astros can have success. This season we return the same group of guys to get a full season. That guy. We'll see don. It's GonNa be a lot of fun in the.
"jeter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Top five a couple times I mean I think they just in my opinion if you said yeah I could have Jeter in his prime or I could have written in his prime and and Ripken wasn't a great fielder I think he he had pitch awareness and he played the position accordingly but I don't reckon still had pretty good numbers they're they're similar in a couple categories they've never really led the league in anything cal Ripken he was M. B. P. twice and is like eight year window between the two sat that's big from it you never led the league in home runs batting average steals Jeter little league in hits a couple times yes you the thing that really kills Jeter is that for the last however many years of his career he was the second best shortstop on his own team and that is just crushing because Alex Rodriguez is a better short stop then yeah and Derek Jeter yeah and that just having them had not I'll move over the third because this is your team but everybody knows he still better it sure is just brutal yeah but but no the whiff of steroids with Jeter clearly we have is that right field porch was was you know three thirty five Jeter probably would've had half as many home runs we always do that inside out swing and hit it down there and yes the globe yeah I mean like the second baseman can make a play on those home runs but not wait cal Ripken came in an eighty two way he like twenty eight homers in eighty two that's that's huge for eighty two out of the program yeah and I think he was more of the modern day shortstop before there was a modern day shortstop where you have that power right but you didn't it was hard to hit a lot of home runs back then because the ball wasn't Jewish I don't know like he was right there among leaders yes vote in the past thirty years who's baseball career would you rather have over Derek Jeter's brought a name okay last what their assay thirty years thirty years I'm not gonna go back to the early eighties and I think about the past thirty years nine not a right not Roger Clemens not Barry Bonds no no I wouldn't pick steroid use that's one saying like what now why would take Merion Rivero okay I thought he he was he was one of them there was no doubt how great he was there's no question of when you talk about great relievers the Maryland Rivera's first guy I guess the point is we we got one I I'm not sure this three others that you take over Jeter's since since nineteen ninety I have to look at the list of those who have gone in since nineteen I think poppy no because I still think there's the the steroid question around him thank you all the sunny washed out in Minnesota and you've found Manny Ramirez in the fountain of youth that Boston yes Nicholas why you ask whose career would you take you have all those rings or who's a better they're deathly better players there's no doubt about that we just said a rob is the better shorts I yeah but if he was a better player obviously yeah but you integrity's cribbage was hurting everyone in any model one he was there and and he was the basically the sure thing and there's no doubt nobody has any gall but you know on second thought with the Rivera Jeter you can still have a couple of questions there but not with Rivera side I would say Rivera but I don't think it's a long list though Polly of those that Jeter won the one in New York anyone with the Yankees and he had some big moments with the Yankees right and those playoff game and I think the hall of fame voters grade you on your career and how it looks and with the winning does help us a ton ask Omar Vizquel Derek Jeter percentage of home runs by direction yes I've got that step for you twenty eight and a half percent went to left field thirty six percent went to center field thirty five percent went to right field.
"jeter" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)
"To you by Derek jeter but if you've been following opne on any of the social networks I can't remember if we've actually posted this to the the Pinstripe Lane social networks were at pinstripe planes we did yes have a chance congress encounter but rather a very quick encounter on the record happen to the to turn two foundation gala on Monday I hear downtown with Derek Jeter and his sister Charlene of course she's the president of the organization we're going to get to that conversation in just a second I'm Ralphie Aversa I know it's been a minute I don't even know where I don't know where to begin hasn't Tony Though Tony Restano's here seriously the last time we taped an episode of the Pinstripe Planes Podcast you were on it and we were taping it from the deck of the House runs in Cooperstown it was the night before we met Mariano Rivera maybe we should start there. Yeah it sounds like a good place to start because the one that coordinated the the whole Mo- meet-and-greet that we had at seventh-inning stretch on Main Street in beautiful scenic downtown Cooperstown so the day after the induction they did a what was the was like a right around table or something what was that called that we had tickets to but we didn't go wit yes there is a round table discussion with all the inductees trying to remember who the host was of it Peter Gammons was house was the host of roundtable in we were going to go to that and then shortly right after that we were gonNA go to the Mo meet-and-greet the Ron Table was actually supposed to be held at Doubleday field and at some point leading up to the weekend they ended up changing it to the athletic complex right where the induction was the day before it was it was raining outside so the little implement as far as the weather so that probably was one of the reasons why they switched it nonetheless switched it we got there and we knew that we are going to be kind of cutting it close to go there and then get out of the traffic there get downtown and then get in line four Maryono especially considering we had to be there a little earlier because Mr I know bought the VIP package so what exactly was the VIP package the VIP package was supposed to Was Good for one autographed you could take a photograph with MOE with yourself three guests and Marianna and and you were supposed to have some I guess the way it was billed was have about ten to fifteen minutes of time with them just to kind of you know hang out ask some questions stuff like that basically they said look it's not going to be like a meet and greet where you get you get your auto you get rush through you don't get to say hi to him or anything like they said you'll have a few minutes you can you can chat with them you could ask him a few questions it's not going to be rushed it'll be in a relaxed setting so on and so four so that was part of the allure to spending the extra money that you got a professional photo and then you've got to bring it was the the person getting the autograph and then they got to bring three people and obviously we had people in our party at Cooperstown so it worked out great we all were able to get our photo with Mo what ended up happening though was not exactly what was promised one of the big things that happen and in between the time that the signing was announced and the time at the signing happen was of course the fact that Steiner sports was bought out by fanatics and when Tadic's purchase the center sports inventory I didn't realize it but they also purchased all of the player contracts now some of those have continued on like Johnno some of those have not I believe like our guests that we're going to have on a little bit Derek jeter the Mariana one did though and so this went from a Steiner seventh-inning stretch event to fanatics seventh inning stretch event and our first for both of us are first time doing a fanatics live event or at least alive event that phonetics was a part of in some way I'll speak to this because I have no problem saying that the experience was it I'm not gonNA say that it was bad God I think the biggest thing it was on organized a we ended up we know Mariana was on time actually might have even been a little early but the whole up inside the store getting people in and out getting VIP tickets taking care of the calling of the numbers the whole workflow of the place from where you waited signed to where you dropped off your item to where you got the photo to where you then picked up your item at any other certificates of authenticity or so on and so forth that you purchase the whole world flow was just completely on organized poorly designed poorly produced Mariano couldn't have been nicer but we were definitely rushed it wasn't what we were sold on and so while it was great we got a beautiful photo which is the the thumbnail art for this episode over at Pinstripe Planes Podcast dot com and on all of our social networks pinstripe lanes at the photo came out great in your your autograph I should say also came out great yes no the photo was the photo came out awesome Mo signed for me a piece of the Old Yankee Stadium Wall Beautiful Signature Classic Marietto Signature I and he was he was he was great I mean even though we were kind of rushed I mean we did get to talk to him a little bit ask him a few questions couldn't complain about Komo was mos- mo- he was awesome I don't know Ralphie who though was responsible I guess for Organiz using this event I don't know I don't know if fanatics really had a lot to do with the organization of it since they came in end of last minute when this thing was I bill that was billed as a steiner right with seventh-inning stretch I have a feeling it's probably was more of a Steiner setup just with the name change in you know in in the folks that were working they tried to do a good job and I know it's busy weekend there it's chaotic it's hectic but the execution of it was just it was just poorly done yeah very very very poorly done in the amazing thing is as you would I think that based on some of the other larger autograph signings down in Cooperstown that weekend you kinda take a page out of their playbook and run the same way because the run you know the run event was could've been better yeah I may be obviously the other big live Autograph Company they have deals with a number of different athletes or sometimes they'll collaborate with other agents other managers to to bring athletes and that maybe they don't have trek with and they do a big show the entire weekend of cooperstown every year in Anthony did attend that as well and got a number of different autographs and that I may be the point where it's a a well oiled machine but I think moving forward the the one thing I just wanted to touch on real quick was the price point for an M. A. B. compared to the price point for the Steiner seventh-inning stretch and now we'll be a fanatic stuff moving forward if it involves Mo and you gotta think obviously with Derek probably getting inducted next year that moby back and maybe he'll do another signing there again we did we talk we talk about how much we paid we did yes Oh we did in the last episode okay so long ago Otsego I know we've been on hiatus we may get to Wyatt a minute but anyways we paid a thousand dollars for that again you got the you're supposed to get a few minutes with more which we didn't get but we did get a beautiful photo and had a piece of the old Yankee Stadium Walls engine beautiful signature from Mariana included the hall of fame inscription as well which was nice thousand dollars out the door bing bang boom what was the most excited offensive autograph at who was it you know what Ralph I really I I yeah I think I think you know between Ricky Henderson and Frank Thomas I I think maybe those guys charged one hundred dollars for a flat whereas if it mows autograph forget about the VIP package just wanted to get his autograph on flat. I believe it was five hundred right exactly and that's I think that's what we like to say to paraphrase our Buddy Mike Francesa what why raise you a little bit moving forward with this as as some of these Yankees and a lot of the Yankees I mean Judge Stanton I know this is way down the line but but even its current it's happening currently too because phonetics is doing live events with the with the current Yankee players as well along with some of the ones that have retired that they have deals with and I think you know Steiner at times was pricey but for the most part outside of this event it was never exorbitant Moab has always been very well done but I think fanatics is going to bring this to a level where a lot of fans are going to be priced it's it's disheartening I feel for like like I'm thankful that you know were a little older and we can afford to spend that money if we need to because you know we just we have bills but we don't have kids yet or anything like that you know I feel bad for a mom or dad who's got a teenager that wants to get an autograph from an errand Raj and they're going to have to go through fanatics and they're just GONNA pay out the rear it's sad it really is it is it's crazy and unfortunately for us our generation of of players we followed either we've had the opportunity to to meet them you know while we were growing up getting autograph what have you had reasonable price I agree with you though going forward kid that wants an air judge autograph I mean Yeah Good Luck Yeah Yeah you might as well you know maybe a maybe you go to Toronto and you stay at the Park Hyatt go that's that's what we did to get Derek jeters autograph matter-of-fact and you will hear from Al Capitan we may even tell that story his we got a couple of interesting stories one of which I on earth this week on facebook about about meeting Derek very first time I came to New York City Anthony actually here to for that as well we're GonNa take a quick break when we come back you will hear about and he'll hear from El Capitan Derek jeter here on episode number thirty one of the pinstripes podcast welcome back to episode number thirty one of the pinstripe lanes podcast Ralphie aversa cousin Tony Tony restocked uh-huh is here as well he was on our last episode that we taped back at the end of July it was the night before we met Mariano Rivera which of course we told you all about without further ado actually we can get to our jeeter stories in a second book because we've been teasing it for a minute I- thanks to my friends Shayna who runs a website called the nocturnal all I covered the turn two foundation gala at Cipriani Wall Street downtown here in the city on Monday featuring of course in appearance from Derek jeter very interesting by the way the only other baseball player that I saw there was John Franco also fun fact and John Frankel was wife asked me to take a photo the two of them on the red carpet. How'd you do I think I did well? John didn't posted to his instagram her instagram is pie and I don't want to request a follow her because that'd be kind of weird so I think I did actually so John Franko came by a couple of other athletes Larry Johnson and John starks obviously it was Monday so you had the Yankees if any former players who are advisers to the GM they weren't going to be there and same with obviously in players 'cause they are in Minnesota in rates week the twins so no other Yankees that I saw there I was surprised though Jerick not only did he walk the carpet and do media but he did so solo without his sister Shirley Super surprised about that.
"jeter" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Experience dealing with race or the consequences of country. Come around to understanding impact of racism in a way. Peppino campaign, right? Your table in a way, simply happen parts are progressive movement. That's why the entire progressive prioritize. Because the question of race and racism, gender, sexism and all sorts of immigration issues. Like all the issues the right wing is using working class country or in my experience best attended to class struggle. And I don't miss them. I feel as if I age era. Still a lot of two handed sort of older white men around would say it's all about class all about class divisive. And that was. I was bridge Jeter bridge between. Energies progressive, and I would say that I represent sort of bridge and the sense that we have to pay attention race racism, mentally, also pay attention, sexism, gender issues, all sorts of stuff, but their best when we're actually putting people in what we call struggle because it's when people say a common objective raises the right hire childcare the right to raise their kids to have the right to control their schedule like really basic fundamental issues in every. Workers come together around prominent matter and in those conversations when employer professionally investor attract I using race by gender by immigration. Where actually over because people are fighting common issues, and they're less ideological. And so when we say trouble to white workers are getting around race question or or maybe a bunch of. L workers any color or not quite getting around gender while childcare matter much the table, or why maternally matters the table, and frankly a lot easier to bridge those gaps and help people learn real solidarity and common enemy is when they're struggling around common issues and workers have issues and part of what I was taught. Organizer is our objective is to help people say, they're only they're only. Working class and there's in class, and that's so this country, but when you're talking fight, it's not a terror, which is why we need a lot more talking. Arkley from. That's kind of push me conversation. Reading your piece in the times. Moment for our viewers. What is should be learning from union organizer? That we have to learn build something different in this country that we've lost. First thing I wrote about three basic. So one building super which already participation really, hyper. Election. Everybody. We know that we can't just like fifty one percent. Fifty three percent that number hope election employer has a long period of time to campaign against Dr. Trump riding, everyday, racism sexism. Gratien actual all the weapons what I call the national boss fight right now, that's Trump and White House. So everything national boss trumping actual case. What they do pay. So what those still win coach?.
"jeter" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"You if you if that drive to work but off you're gonna learn the kind of leader you can be you can be a different kind of leader give you an example i love baseball i have just in my book so somebody like joe dimaggio ted williams and derek jeter quiet leaders they did it by their dedication to playing the tremendous talent so people they didn't go into a locker room and rip with with everybody else now you got other ball players you're ballplayer podrinja we we have gregorious now the young shortstop who gosh almighty i the anybody can replace jeeter these guys who are more vocal but you can be either i'm vocal but i know leaders that are just as effective that a quiet and very steady so you'll discover your way you're doing it but you gotta push yourself if if you think you can achieve a certain amount and business i can have a business under support me and my family don't let it you support you and your family try to be wealthy that's by the way i want to say to everybody out there being wealthy is a good thing you can help people more if you're wealthy you're doing this great event for the seals i get the opportunity twice a year to lecture the seals on leadership i learned about leadership from them do you believe you have to have fun on what you're doing to be successful.
"jeter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That you are arguing with on twitter because you have your heartache i don't need any questions to say that derek jeter is morally bankrupt and corrupt and that they're tanking and what i'm saying to you is the journalistically we need people to still ask those questions and it becomes hard when espn has bought everything in sports and it becomes hard when those partnerships are with baseball and football you paying them millions them making millions and then he got the situation where you're content ends up being in bed with the people you're covering in a way that gets playmakers killed and whatever the npr whatever the hell that scandal was where we were in doing concussions report and then we weren't out of nowhere we were doing concussions report so i still care about that stuff but if you're telling me to go to hell i'll say how to heart art browse when i get there splash i wanna be clear i'm not telling you go to help young people i'm old man understanding you what they're saying on the tax okay but what are they telling me to go to hell that we don't eat bryant gumbel to validate things that we already know we just don't and that he's annoying but that's what they're saying okay but i'm not asking bryant gumbel to validate things you already know i'm asking somebody to ask people empowered difficult question i'm just telling you about the people are saying okay not my words the people's words but i speak on behalf of the people and they're saying boring don't need them and he's annoying.
"jeter" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Right so dirty beater let's buy t o and derek jeter other jitters the minority on it in his double by nordia double minority august yes 'cause he only put at five million cuba three i cannot forget that they're judo gout five on it may go art worth one point two billion you read relievers was making more than what he plays you carry the pay the releasing oh who would you put in there this baiji then are you know what was a group key you know you know famous people and rich people not interested at five on it i'm not in cia about one reeb not each no honey interest you wouldn't be understood he manages to really when one in a sweet no since we need to would be looked at because we're you don't cigna sweet you know where people newness means new mahouz yeah i know i used to be in those seats but but only in the team he takes a reality walk in age and asia ordinary all in a piece of a team is cute cute cute cute you'll make no decisions what have you on what what have you what have you are derek jeter who put in only five million but guess to make all the decisions if you can have an angled i i don't know would i dunno with jitters deal is based on what she's saying i mean if you really want to run a team gold to all the day to day and go through all that and yeah i don't want to do that oh no i don't know lz now do it you has a fair if i wanted to know me your sweat equity put it in the morning by one that in there.
"jeter" Discussed on First and Last
"Dan letard mentioned before he's got rob manfred the a baseball commissioner on his show today twelve thirty pm eastern on espn radio on the espn app he he talked last week when this when this started to go down he talked about towel a derek jeter how he's overspent and how the miami marlins are now broke we were told this would dapa not that it would be worse than it ever being they can't afford anything cheaters coming on here with his hand out like heater uh has this name and baseball gave him a gift to because they want his name around this theme and the other by or a cuban guy from miami planned to have a payroll he planned to spend and baseball gave it to this guy and cheater over spent one point one billion dollars for a and spell florida there's nobody cares about like they they p one point one billion dollars because baseball running a racket i'm telling you they gifted this to dairy cheater in a way that should be bothersome to anybody who cares about competitive sport yeah i agree with that wholeheartedly because it might be listening to this going our big deal the marlins are consistently near the bottom of a baseball's attendance rankings and so who cares but i mean if this should be a lesson to other people potentially looking the by teams had should certainly be a lesson to owners who have to sign off on those things initial most definitely be a lesson the commissioners who ultimately can say look we're not going to allow you to come in and just strip away assets we're not going to lie to come in unless you have the capital to at least feasibly run the team and go forth with some sort of strategy geared towards appeasing fans and actually winning all right uh so if you could do it fans in miami had a chance do last night which i've i've had a chance to do not necessarily in the town hall setting eight aides say espn wall would you ask the owner the coach the gm the president of a your favorite team jim's listening in illinois who your roof four and what would you ask.
"jeter" Discussed on First and Last
"That's inexcusable that's malpractice against a fan base it's malpractice against a city frankly it's malpractice against a sport and so daring jitters become the face of this and he deserves it because number one he didn't go to the winner meetings he really doesn't as a made himself available to the miami media all that much i mean he's he sort of hidden behind well i didn't buy the team and on the on the ground general manager and then in the same breath he says i have final say at all business and baseball decisions are jitters take it a lot of heat rob manfred has some questions to answer and the first one is did you allow people who really can't afford they may be able to afford to buy the baseball team but they can't afford to run the baseball team did you allow that did you know that this is what the financial picture for that franchise was going to be and why just sign off on it the reason they signed off on it was to escalate the value the franchise as much as possible because it typically is sports owners don't lose money when they sell their teams and the one thing that has guaranteed to increase the valuation of sports franchises is for them to continue to sell for much much much much more than they were originally bought four but if you do that at the expense of a city of its taxpayers and of its fans what good does it do what good does it do for a sport that has always struggled in that area since the marlins were put into place in 1992 what good does it do for a fan base that has been alienated time and again with different rebuilds what good does it do for a new ownership group to come in and instantly destroy any goodwill that they could have built up by bind the team and so you can yellen screaming derek jeter marlins fan and you should and you can get mad at the new owner bruce sherman whose very very silent you can you can get mad at him and he can throw your your hands in the air and just talk about how the baseball's economic structure hurts teams like the marlins by the way i think when you compare all the different rebuilds they've done this is easily the worst.
"jeter" Discussed on First and Last
"Of something besides the players tribune decided to align himself with people who have no business buying and running a baseball team and so this is what derek gets but rob derek jeter had some explaining to do last night and he faced a group of angry marlin season ticket holders and it didn't go well in fact i've seen people call it a disaster i'm really interested if there is video of the event and i want to see how uncomfortable he looked but not only does derek jeter have some explaining to do so does the commissioner of baseball rob manfred is actually gonna be out with a dan let it start on the dan letard show was due guts twelve thirty p m today on espn radio row manfred has some explaining to do because this is malpractice against a city and it's malpractice against the group of fans you might say will look mo um there's not a lot of people who go to marlins games that's cool but there are a whole lot of tax payers who by the time the money is paid off of the marlins new ballpark will have footed the bill for one point two billion dollars for that ballpark and they've watched people come in and god what i think was a pretty promising team they had what i thought was maybe if it was untouched going into two thousand and eighteen the best outfield in baseball there were a lot of reasons for at least some mild optimism there and while you could argue will look people don't go to games there are still people who do care about their team and the tv ratings for the miami marlins have always been reasonably high and yet rob manfred okay signed off on with with help from other owners signed up signed off on a group of people buying a team they don't have the money to to basically run the team.
"jeter" Discussed on First and Last
"Marlins man then sounds off on on derek jeter on some of the things that that the new ownership group there is done one fan told geeta that the food options at marlins park or junk and overpriced he got booed when he said that he doesn't want to give a time line to their plan he says he a once the stadium to be like a world baseball classics games that didn't elicit much of a positive response he's he did see that say that he was going to meet with the concessions people that was a man of a marlins fan crying at the podium asking why the team didn't add pitching in keep offense of players and then geeta responded by what pitchers could we have signed it was brutal it was awful it was something unlike anything i think derek jeter ever faced when he was a player and so my first question is how would you like to be the person that told derek cheater that it's going to be a good idea to face the heat for ninety minutes from a bunch of angry marlins fans amal egger and for my goal a junior first and last on espn radio on espn app but it was hard to feel sorry for year last night hard to feel sorry for or pretty much anyway but this is what you gets four aligning yourself with a group of people that have no business buying a baseball team and derricks kicked in some money he's got a percentage of ownership but he's basically the face of this ownership group and he's the guy taking understandably so a lot of public aid for some of the things they've done not just with their players but they've they've really gotten off to a wrong wrong to a to a bad start with marlins icons like tony perez and a jack mckeown jeffco nine of former immoral mr marlon what are the teams broadcasters letting them go then offering them to bring them back at a reduced rate and then everything they've done with the roster this is a group of people who are ill equipped to buy baseball team and yet derek jeter because i dunno i guess he one of the title of c o i guess he wanted to be the face.
"jeter" Discussed on First and Last
"Police used up pasco first and last the podcast derek jeter didn't have a good night last night and i'm not sure how many times you've ever been able to say that but here's here's the sports executive i don't wanna be today this morning uh the person in charge of telling derek jeter or the person that came up with the idea to have derek jeter spend about ninety minutes with angry mad hacked off miami marlins fans last night because that's what derek jeter did and it didn't go well now the the deep the destruction of the miami marlins the dismantling of that roster the trading of giancarlo stand the trailing though the trading of a marcelo zone of the fact that they've moved on from de gordon the fact that they've all but gutted the roster that's been well documented for a couple of weeks now and derek jeter all along has had a message that is a familiar one to two miami fans this i would expect people to be upset some of the move that we've done and i said that from are opening press conference that we were going to make unpopular decisions at times i don't expect everyone to agree with the decisions that we make religious mel that we do have a plan moving forward we will stick to that plan and you know can be painful night he saw edward some of the fans questions in statements in comments that you know they're hurt but um you know i'm confident that no we put a good product on the field they'll come back and scores oh e you know he he was typically teflon in new york he was typically internet able to sidestep tough questions by new york reporters when he was the yankees with uh you know cliche to answers and sometimes not even that dp basically spent twenty years plus saying nothing last night he faced a grilling more intense than anything he ever got when he was playing for the yankees ninety minutes with angry marlins fans now it was a town hall discussion a town hall meeting about ninety minutes and some media was invited but they weren't allowed to recoup.