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"jimmy dykes" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Bobby shantz in relief of Stafford who in turn really bob turley. The proof being that this game a baseball, there's room for all sizes and shapes. This ball is hurts every bit as big as his body. Well, that was Bobby shantz and he was wonderful as seemingly every four for players that I managed to get on the phone has been. Do you think that there's a selection bias here where the ones who would be real stinkers are just like, no, I don't talk to you, get away from me. Yes, except that that has never really happened that I can recall when I done these cold calls. Good luck. I think it's good luck. Bobby said he was very lucky. Maybe we've been lucky with the cold calls too. But I think it's also that we have done them judiciously. I mean, look, if we were to call Willie baze, which, hey, we'd love to have Willie Mays on the show if he wants to come on. He is always welcome, but we would call Willie. I would not call Willie base. I would be petrified and would not dare, but I would also not dare because Willie Mays probably has people calling him and wanting to talk to constantly, right? Right. Your Charlie Mac swells and your Bobby chances and your Ned carvers and your Eddie robinsons. I mean, these were all good players who had long careers in the majors, but they're not Willie Mays. They're not household names to today's youth. So I don't think they have people cold calling them so often. And so if you get to be 90 something, I mean, look, if I make it to that age, which would be wonderful, even if I've broken both of my hips and whatever else I'll take it. I'd sign up for that right now. But if I make it to that age, I'm giving blanket permission right now to anyone who wants to cold call me to ask me questions. Because I feel pretty happy if I were a alive and B, if anyone wanted to talk to me and still thought I was really interesting, which invariably these guys tend to be. And I guess like one of the big takeaways is that it was two separate mowing the lawn accidents that resulted in the hips getting broken. And so it just, it perhaps speaks to an indomitable spirit, right? That you do it the first time and you're like, oh, just get back out there and see how it goes. And if that's your attitude, you probably are happy to share your stories with a plucky young baseball type who wants to tell you how you just like really dominated a bunch of Hall of Famers. Yeah, right. We never call and say, you were really terrible at something. Yeah, that's the other thing. We're never like, hey, you were the worst at this. Like that would be a terrible way to treat someone. Yeah, there are some exceptions to that on episode 9 64, Sam and I called called Bill hands who has since passed away, sadly, but we wanted to talk to him about the fact that he allowed 5 home runs to pitchers in 1968. And then along the same lines in episode ten 81, Jeff and I called Glenn borgman because we wanted to talk to him about a game when he was catching and he allowed 12 stolen bases. So those were not those guys find his hours. But again, no one knows these things about Bill hands or Glenn borgman. But yeah, if someone calls you up and say, hey, did you know that Hall of Famers couldn't hit you? What are you going to say? Leave me alone. How dare you? I wasn't insulting him. So I feel like that was probably welcome news. So just a few notes about just in response to things he said on this call. And I could have talked to him for twice as long because as soon as I hung up, there were things that I thought, oh, I should have asked him about that. Because in his very second game in 1949, when he came up for Connie max a is apparently Mack was not super impressed by his first outing for the a's and he was actually on the verge of being sent back down to the miners, but then some other pitchers caught cold or were unavailable. And so Bobby shantz came in and in his second major league game on May 6th, 1949, he came out of the bullpen and through 9 no hit innings. And the first pitcher to do that since the Ernie shore in relief of Babe Ruth perfect outing in 1917 so that was pretty cool. And he ended up losing the no hitter because he pitched into a tenth inning, but he did win the game. So that was a pretty special outing. I would say not bad for your second major league appearance and that earned him a longer leash and he took advantage of that and he actually said in an article once that his signing bonus was a great big handshake. So he was not like a highly touted prospect, which makes sense given his frame and his size. And the Jimmy dykes connection. So I don't know if you remember this, but Jimmy dykes played an important part in Charlie Maxwell's career as well. And so he came up on that episode last week because Jimmy takes was the manager who came in and said, hey, Charlie Maxwell, you should not be on the bench. You should be starting in 1959 and then he put him in the lineup and then Maxwell hit his four homers in the double header. So that was Jimmy dykes doing that for Maxwell and he also did something for Bobby shins. He led to that breakthrough for both of them and that he said yeah, throw that knuckle ball, so that was kind of cool. And Jimmy dykes once said about chance. I'll carry him from the hotel to the ballpark if he weighs over one 45. He can walk under my armpits, and he wouldn't have to stoop much to walk under some of those strikes he throws either. Jimmy dykes was 5 9. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Now Ted Williams, as you heard, he told chance that he had the best curveball and chances previously said, most of the time I got him out, that's what he said about Ted Williams..
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"I've been really very lucky. And your manager, your first couple of years in the big leagues was Connie Mac, and I think you're the last person I can still ask this question. What was it like to be managed by Connie Mack? Well, he was very quiet. He never said much. His son did most of the match Earl Mac was his son and he did most of these at coach and Connie would sit in the dugout and then wave the scorecard. You know the city. Yeah, he never said too much. He was very nice person, very nice man. But he was a little bit too old guys. When I came to the big leagues, I think he was about 82 years old. Yeah, older, even. He never said much. Betty was really nice. And he didn't want you to throw the knuckleball, right? He was. I had started throwing a knuckleball in when I was around the sand lots when I was screwing around with I used to think that the guy that had that good knuckle board down that Baltimore house his name I forget I can't remember. I used to see how good he was doing. And I ended up throwing a pretty good knuckle ball, but like everybody else, I didn't have too good of a control of it, but I learned this when I did finally learn to get around the plate. That pitch really helped me out. And then Jimmy, Jimmy dykes took over our management job. And in spring training, he remained he says if you could get that guy Dan knuckleball I would say you throw that thing. He didn't want to tell it, mister Mack rapid but after Matt had retired. So he came over to me and he said, and I ended up at 9 or ten bowl games in a row. I already threw it, right? I had two strikes on somebody. But even if I wasn't around the plate, if I had two strikes here and I'd get a lot of guys out with it. Was that what led to your MVP year being able to throw the knuckleball more? Or I think so, yeah, I think it was because I won quite a few ball games getting guys out with that bitch. Was it intimidating to come up as a rookie and have your manager be someone who's been in the game since almost the beginning? Jimmy dykes is a manager and Bing Miller was one of our coaches and they're pitching coach. I can't even think of his name. A bender, Charles bender. Case bender. I had a stroke not too long ago. So I'm losing. I haven't showed that. This past year, I broke both of my hips. Oh no. Moan the goddamn lawn. Can you believe that? Well, you should get someone to do that for you. Yeah. Yeah, both times. I book one yet, the first time in my elbow, and the next time by a year later, I fell and broke the other hip and my shoulder. And then I finally got over that and I ended up having a guide to him stroke. So I'm just trying to get out of bed. So I just wanted to read it. I can't go see Jim Carrey. I love that guy. And I wish I could really wish I'd make my kids even want to take me up there, but I can't do that. It's a beautiful place. I've been up, I've been up to a sign autographs quite a few times and it's really nice. And I really would like to go, but I just can't take it. I don't think I could do it. Yeah. Well, your older now than Connie Mack lived to be or was you came up with crisis. It seems like I've ordered everybody. I was up till I had thrown a first bullet, but they haven't seen it to me up but I used to go to high school and then invited me there yesterday. I was up there most of the day trying to throw a ball ten feet. I couldn't even do the Tennessee because my shoulders, my left shoulders, so bad. I threw it right in. And I didn't even reach the plate and I only had it through it ten feet. But I couldn't do it. They just wanted me to come up here and I guess I was there anyway. Well, I know you used to drop down and throw side arm against lefties sometimes to do the knuckle sidearm too. Could you not? I didn't show enough of my arm now. I stayed over him with that. Because I kept it on a better line. When I was breaking, then I could just get it around the plate, all the time. I didn't even get it over the plate, but they'd swing at it because it was two strikes around. That's the only time I ever threw it. Yeah, and in 1955, you got the pitch to your brother Billy, who was a catcher for the a's. So what was he like to throw to him in a game? He was a good catcher, very good catcher. Good arm and he did a good job. He stayed in the big leagues about four or 5, almost 5 years, I think. Almost long enough to get a pension. And he wasn't really a good kid. I remember when I was having a little trouble with my arm in Kansas City and the blue boulevard was our manager and he came over to me and says, but we're playing the Yankees tomorrow. Are you think you can start the game? I said, yeah, okay. I'm starting to feel pretty good. You know what we ended up beating him 6 to nothing. My brother was catching. Oh wow. That's great. That was really some. I really enjoyed it. And when you got to the Yankees, I know that they put you back in the starting rotation too, a lot of the time. I did start a few problem. I am really enjoying it. What was yours really Yankees? I was really something. I can't believe I had such a good book. They were all really good ball players, really good..
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Up some stats the other day and we were looking up players whose teams played much better when they were in the lineup than when they were not. And we found that your tigers teams that you played for did much better, one much more often when you were in the lineup than when you were not. And we thought. So you knew that. Well, you know what I'm saying is before you get too far, I come to Detroit in 55. Of course I was Boston for four years, but which I didn't play as was said Williams. But I always amazed me before we get into your questions there that Detroit never built their team after left hand hitters. Ah. It's all right hand hairs. Had you ever looked that up? No, but maybe we will now. Well, yeah, you will, because I think I hit 31 at one year, and dick works. The record for the most lessons at 28, of course, Hank Greenberg, those guys. They always had a lot of right handers, but they never was a port. Like three 15, it was. They never built their team on left centers. Okay, so I'll let you go. Now well, we were impressed that the tigers won so much more often when you were starting and then we looked into the rest of your career and of course you had a fascinating career in life and I guess maybe a good example of the tigers doing better with you than they did without you is of course the famous story may 3rd, 1959, the tigers had started out two and 15. Jimmy dykes had just replaced Bill Norman as manager, Norman asked his coaches what the problem with the team was, and they told him the wrong guys were playing in the right guys. We're sitting on the bench, right? And you were one of the right guys. So what happened next when he put you in? When Jimmy died to come, he says, what is wrong with the team? And the coaches says, he's got a better team on the bench than he did on a field. And so the coaches actually made the lineup for that double hundred we played. And why were you not starting up to that point in the season? Well, it was playing everybody. I guess I was not one of Norman's favorite player. In fact, I don't think he had ever knew my name. He always called me ladybug. Or something like that. I don't think he ever knew my name. I don't think. Here we went spring and I've been there for a while, but he was a different kind of manager, but this way. So he put you in the lineup, dykes did, and of course you hit the four home runs that day between the two games and then the tigers went off on a hot streak. And I guess you were set in the lineup for a while after that. That's right, that's true, yeah. That's true, yeah. Well, I wanted to ask about early in your career because I know you joined the army when you were 18 in 1945. Now, did you enlist or get drafted and was that before or after the end of the war? No, I was going to lesser messenger university and I got drafted. And so I think a few months after I got dressed and they dropped the drafts and I hated I just heard the army. I never shot a gun, and that was one place I did not want to go, and I already had a contract go with Boston and here I had to go in the army and I didn't like that at all. Yeah, I can imagine. Was that before V day and VJ day or after that you were drafted? Well, no, the war was so hot. Yeah. And maybe it's just going off. I can't remember exactly. But surely, I like 5, 6 months after I got in there, they started letting the shops raft. And so they started letting them out. So I wasn't in there very long. I sure glad was that. And then after your service, you mentioned you had already signed a contract with Boston. You went through their minor league system and you mentioned you didn't get a lot of playing time at the big league level because of Ted Williams. What was it like to play around him or be near him in that time? Well, I come up with a league of 1950 and I was the first rookie to make the team a number of years and I was left handed and of course I didn't build a team around left handers. But I had a lot of good years in the minor leagues and I become real good friends with saint Williams and we got way ahead and Ted went out and I come in and have said went out, I always come in. He showed me how to play the wall because that wall is different. About 12 feet up of cement and then rest of sand. So you got to know how to play that. Some people only go to first base instead of second base, you know? And so but I never got a lot of playing time. But in 51, I don't know if you don't know research. My first three home runs was off Hall of Famers. Yes, bob feller, bob Levin, and satchel page. Yeah. That's right. I'll pinch hits. That's right. That's right. Yeah. Did you feel like baseball was pretty easy at that point? Well, you see, I come from a small town and only about a thousand people. And I thought, man, here I am one of the 400 best ball players in the major leagues today. And for me, come from a small town like I did, I thought that's a real honor to get there and sure I wanted to play because I always played every game in the minor leagues and had third force of 5th now I come up there and of course the magdalena playing center field guy names always playing right and limbs is playing less. So I never really got to play except for Tencent and stuff like that. And then I play defense because that's real good difference player two along with that. Right, yeah, Ted Williams was an incredible hitter, but you were probably a better outfielder than he was. I imagine. Oh yeah, yeah. Right..
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"A lot. And he is, you know, I've known him for a few years now. He's kind of a quiet guy. He's got a quiet demeanor to him. And that's not always ideal for a point guard. For the guy who's supposed to be your best player and lead your team. You know, you don't have to be Chris Paul. You know, yelling at everybody all the time. But ask any coach, you would prefer that your point guard is vocal. And I thought it was interesting that Jimmy dikes pointed out like it's shoot around. He wasn't in the game. He doesn't appear to be. For what it's worth, one of the quietest basketball players I've ever been around consistently when he was a freshman in college is Derek rose. And he went on to be an MVP, like Derek said nothing. Perfectly kind young man just had nothing to say. And he was still unbelievable. So this isn't something that prevents you from being great, but it is something that Jimmy dykes picked up on that I suspect Rick Barnes and that staff are talking to Kennedy about. He will be there. He is their best player, and he will be their best player, and he will obviously get better. As the season progresses, but in the Arizona game, you know, he struggled a bit. I think you make a great point. They just beat Arizona with their best player not struggling. That's a great sign. And a big part of it, like you pointed out with John folks, I named him the pre season SEC player of the year. Last season. And he averaged 9.5 points and 5.5 rebounds as a normal senior. But now he's a super senior and he was terrific. 24 points, ten rebounds. I saw this last night from west Rucker. Who of course worked for golf balls two four 70s terrific. He's in the postgame press conference. Did you see this? Somebody asked John Ferguson. When was the last time the question was more or less something like this? When was the last time you felt unstoppable like you were against Arizona tonight? And he said, last night, unfortunately, last night on Fortnite, I was unstoppable. I love that quote. That's wonderful. Highly accurate. By the way, never played Fortnite. Never been in a room when Fortnite has been playing. Oh my God, my kids. Are on it boy. I can't tell you how much money I've spent on V bucks. Holy what that is, but my youngins are still too young to be getting into that life. So I know Fortnite is a huge thing and what do you buy? Ins and all that stuff, man. You gotta buy, you gotta buy V bucks, and then you use the V bucks to buy you scans and my little guys both have Nintendo switches and they are on Fortnite. They play together. And my middle guy 7, my little guy's 5. And they're like, there's a big difference in video game capabilities between the age of 5 and 7. And my little guy gets so frustrated with it because he just gets popped all the time. But I don't even want to put a number on it, how much money I've spent on V bucks over the past year. It was like, it was like every Saturday thing for a while. Like, dad it Saturday. Remember, we get V bucks on Saturday. That was my deal. If you act right, get to some bugs on Saturday. Them can't keep track of anything, but they always knew when it was Saturday boy. That ain't my life right now and I am quite happy. I got nothing else on Tennessee Arizona, and I explained for Tennessee, by the way, Arizona, which was scorching hot offensive team coming in, only held to 21 first half points. That was the season low. So congrats to the balls who looked well, let's put it this way. They looked eager, ready, adroit, and coming off that non game, the no game against Memphis. They were they wanted they wanted a chance at someone and it really showed there. So congrats to Tennessee. And should have a Merry Christmas in the Knoxville area. So dead legs court report column, it published on Wednesday, focused on various conferences forfeit policies. We're going to get into that next. But first, check this.
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"What are the eight levels of comedy. I don't know but we'll talk about some of them on this episode of the mind dog. Tv podcast And welcome my friends yet. Another episode of the mind dog. Tv podcast. i'm matt napa. Thanks for coming. It's great to have you here as always unexpected sunday afternoon show Reason being my guest today is in a faraway land with time zones. Don't quite match up. And we wanted to make it as comfortable for him to be on the program without screwing up Sleeping elect kind of stuff so The president heavy here today. I hope it's a beautiful day wherever you are. It's a beautiful autumn day actually not quite autumn west as of summer but it feels like an autumn day here on long island new york where i last night. I was out with the ban Playing a summer. Wrap up gig and outdoors theater On on the south bay Place we open the summer at memorial day weekend and had lots of shows there this summer and then last night was a surprise because they weren't expected to be open that long and it was a drink to bar dry night and A surprise gig and very hot new mid to the point where my hands were slipping off the guitar neck from sweat. It was really hot. And i got for some reason. Got home and beat up. Like i just played a football match or fifteen rounds with the heavyweight champion of the world. Beat up like hell still feeling it a little bit today. Don't wait is maybe. It's just because of it was a Impromptu gigs that we weren't expecting. But i haven't felt this beat up in a long long time in at feel walking like a walking dead today like a zombie Obviously it's it's probably showing right now if you're tuning in Appreciate your patience with me anyway. My guess today's call man call. It is a podcast from across the pond. The in wales. I believe he's in the same town as Our friend jimmy dykes cardiff..
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
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"jimmy dykes" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"jimmy dykes" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"Men or you're you're like wondering why they weren't there i was like oh man like jimmy dykes crawler. I would love that. I would love that. That would have been so fun design wise and Really for me. it's like. These characters were trapped in purgatory excalibur. I i really do feel that way. You know it's like i just there are there are like a decade plus of of kitty friday nicholas show for just like well. I guess i just don't care as much about what's happening to them because they're trapped inside excalibur And i don't know it's kind of it's just the series that i have like. There's just something missing. I guess In terms of what it is About roy moore. And i i should say i read i. I did not just jump into fifty colt okay. I mean i've been doing. I do a lot of x. Men reading. And i. I you know i try to read basically anything related your by years. We go through them. I'm sorry. I read a lot of the bill like i'm not totally baffled. Like i said by kyla nearby cerise showing up here Really didn't colleague. I didn't know that actually prime made it worse. So you know what we're giving that is You know you disappointed us. Dustin do better be best I would like to you know. Dustin in members of the lack giving us money do better next. Time is what i'm saying. He's supporting us. Yeah keep support and And defend and explain yourself I mean choices level right squirrel girl warlock in the honest nailed yohannes. I think that was the best slack. Issue recommendation we may ever get because that honestly it's weird that i didn't already have that and and a million percent. That was so fun to read. But yeah not just not not female like now. It's like the parent pitting their kids against each other. Now i'm just like i'm pitting are slack members against each other to right or affection on the show. Yeah oh no we. We have strong favorites. But no serious. Thanks so much for your support dustin. It's much appreciated I you know again. It's it's like i. Actually you know the one thing i do like about this issue i should say is it does one thing davis does a nice job of throughout his run is he throws it back. Two days of future past in some interesting ways on he brings up the relationship but any builds on the relationship between the older cape pride of the future And rachel summers as a hound. I really liked the stuff in the work. He does there with the few days future pass. That happens over the span of a handful of issues it's not just turned fifty Those threads i find pretty compelling nabi when you get into the full you know. It's funny because like in my head. I like multi-diverse stories but actually down and try to read them in the marvel universe. Are they ever that good in. That's kind of a hard question you you've said that a lot about monty like that..
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on Gugacast
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"jimmy dykes" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Jamie dykes is here. And if you're easily offended by vulgar language or behavior this episode may not be feel and we'll talk about it on this episode of the mind dog. Tv podcast show and welcome admits yet another episode of the mind. Dog tv podcast. I'm apple coming. It's great to have you here as always We have a an alert happening here. Hold on oh yeah. Vulgarity alert if you are easily offended by vulgar language vulgar behaviour go find melts que. Me dykes as vulgarity alert. Jimmy dykes is a mother. And he And a little bit late. We'll find out why right now. Let's welcome jamie dykes welcome. Ev podcast how you doing well. Yeah what's going on dog uk. yeah. I'm a little bit Weeded out been a very crazy week. and you know you kind of picked up on it. You sent me that email this morning. That guy off in a bad way this week with day you get email address. It was a complete fucking. Obviously but as i was monday morning he was hachette. Wasn't it yeah. Yeah and it was for monday night but the guy had booked at six months in advance and the day of the program he wants to know what the format is like what you check me out before you ask to on the show. I mean i know what you're getting into you in due diligence. I i apologize for me being overly coming out there with my laptop on thinking. Oh there's no link coming through. And i realize when you mentioned me on twitter i oh fuck you sent you the link yesterday on. Just the normal format is i either get links through like fucking messenger on a facebook up twitter dams on twitter other than spoke to you once or twice on my sincerest apologies. They're not a problem. I mean i'm sure sure people into bail out in droves although I think stanhope is having his Tour kickoff live zoom about now. Defecting people. Doing something popped up on twitter. I think shady chant something Donald breed tweeted The his life but Full swing not start off in the state disney yeah. I think he's not getting to you until next year or something imposed originally twenty twenty event. It was Some date in twenty twenty in fucking drive don't march. I think him is that a matter what he's committed cod. If so i'm i've got tickets like in so i was going to be a fucking sweet gig pretty cool. Are you painting. Is that what. I see behind you doing oil painting off fucking convos from the bathroom because we done the whole fucking bathroom out and this was an old piece that we had in that so i might work desk and everything as well. It looks like you do in a bob. Rusting ran across the head and shipping. I'm trying to quit like a little. Decent little workspace slash podcast..
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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The two hundred and fifty year journey to the cove in nineteen vaccines will learn about the incentives experiments and accidents that drove vaccine development. And we'll meet some of the great minds behind the global effort to get us out of this pandemic. yeah i think might be the defining of my of my career. I think always be remembered for this. I wish i wasn't. I wish it never happened. Listen to long shot on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Wherever you get your podcasts hear the voices of the streets of west oakland california come alive on the lower bottoms of full cast scripted. Podcast yojiro darkly comic tale about the people of this quickly. Gentrifying neighborhood the lower bottoms. Being a small neighborhood often lends itself to serendipitous encounters between friends acquaintances and adversaries. Such was the case for sean shontae. At the end of her second week at the house she had an ascent to name. 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What's in tomorrow this day in sports history. Try to cram a lot of things in here by. Thanks to charley steiner babe offenburg the cowboys radio analyst. Ross tucker westwood one or nfl linemen. Frank reich the colts head coach talking about the carson wentz. Nick foles situation. This is carson's team first of all. He's our quarterback and worse outside about having him and he knows that this team knows that you know. We're when we brought him here. We brought him here for one reason. It wasn't calm you know he's gonna compete but it wasn't for he's going to come in here and and lead this football team I don't mind talking about nick foles. I love nick foles. He plays for the chicago bears and haven't talked to him but I think he's i think he's a great player. I think he's proven that. I think he's a great teammate. There's nothing about nick foles. I don't like. I think he's a winner. He certainly got it. Fits are kind of culture. But he's plays for the chicago bears. Can he find for that. I mean if they really wanted to nitpick you know he fits our culture. Well who knows what the nfl. I mean they find you. If your socks aren't at a certain height. So i i i don't know but it felt like that bordered on being flirtatious. Yes mclovin nba him for sure. Oh yeah yeah. If they hit. Steve kerr for saying yeah. Maybe we could get lebron to sign the mid level exam Exemption and that cost like fifteen or twenty thousand dollars when he said it on our show. Final results of the poll question mclovin. Who is more likely to miss the playoffs. Fifty seven percents the steelers over the cowboys. Yeah i could see that the ravens and browns should be appear to be better. I don't know what. Cincinnati you know the the whole thing with joe borough. We just assuming they said as one hundred percent. I don't think he's one hundred percent and he's not look good in camp at all and it's tricky modern medicines wonderful but the mental part of coming back from an injury. That's the tricky thing. And if you're a quarterback and you've had your knee. Scoped had surgery. It could be your your plant foot as you come forward. And you get nervous when people are around you. I remember having one of my surgeries. And i went to play golf and i i was so afraid to land on my front foot my left foot post on it and put some torque on and eventually you get past it but if you're a quarterback and you step up in the pocket you've had your left knee surgically repaired. That's a mental hurdle to overcome this day in sports history. Paulie i got a few nineteen sixty the first time to. Mlb managers retreated for each other. Detroit traded jimmy. Dykes for cleveland's joe. Gordon that's fascinating. Call them up. Let's see oud one thousand nine hundred mark. Maguire hit his five hundred career home run. He had the fewest amount of bats to get to five hundred. And here's a great one in two thousand thirteen a bud. Selig issued a suspension for. Alex rodriguez does anybody remember how long the suspension was for possession of banned performance. Enhancing drugs four games two hundred eleven game. Oh okay oh that the the old regime they would give you four games for performance. Enhancing two hundred eleven. That's a random number think it's one sixty two. The number was reduced to one sixty two by arbitrator. Is alex rodriguez going to get into the hall of fame. I'm i'm really curious what happens. I mean he got popped twice. He should not be allowed to be on the ballot. If you get popped twice for steroids you shouldn't be allowed to play baseball anymore. The club i remember selena roberts then. Sports illustrated think broke the first story or times one of them and he destroyed her. He's like she doesn't know what she's talking about blah blah blah and then he got popped again. I remember at the time we had her on the air. But that's usually what happens. Alex is done that. Though mike he'll lash out and that's how he kinda counters but Let's see here's one disdain. Sports history rod karoo in nineteen eighty-five collected career. Hit number three thousand on the same day. Tom seaver on his three hundred career game. That was at yankee. Stadium wasn't when he was with the white sox. Receiver might be rod. Career was always one of my favorites just because he'd hold the bat and it looks like it could fall out of his hands like a strong wind. Breeze could blow it out of his hands but he he had this ability he just he could put the bat on the ball. Happy birthday to one of our good friends. Patrick ewing turning fifty nine. Today saw shohei ohtani six strong innings last night. The angels back to five hundred. He didn't do anything offensively but he is pitched at least six innings in nine sixteen starts didn't add to his home run. Total stands at thirty seven. He second and rbi's Right now with eighty two and got to be the mvp.
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And it's your job to prove seek and find all the hidden pictures and time place spot the difference and compete with friends to see who has the keenest observation. There's something for every amateur detective. Each scene is beautiful colorful and carefully crafted to make you feel like you're literally stepping back in time if you love the glamour of the nineteen twenties love solving mysteries and love climbing the leaderboard with new friends. Then download june's journey today. It's the most fun you'll have on your phone available for free on your favorite app store and on desktop through amazon and facebook So before the break we heard the name barbecue a lot. It sounds like a lot of people are blaming him for a lot of the violence in paul pints. Yes we kept hearing his name so we decided we needed to try and meet with him to try and untangle who he actually is what he's doing. Is this a former cop exploiting a bad situation to control. Certain neighbors import prints or is he being directed by the moi's government to attack the opposition. So how do you access a guy like that. Well this is a guy who was worn out for his arrest and a lot of people we spoke with. They're saying he's a murderer but it feels really comfortable in port-au-prince and it wasn't actually that hard to get him to sit down with us kindergarten. I met jimmy chamisa also known as barbecue in mar cease a working class neighborhood named after the street. It's on dumber promos area. Jimmy moved to the neighborhood when he was just a boy so he has deep roots here. So why do they call you. Barbecue shun maggi. Mudgee could prove on. He says his mother was a popular cook. Who are money selling barbecue. Jimmy gave jimmy. Get jimmy cock-up we're following them waleed jimmy and because they're already so many other. Jimmy's in the neighborhood. Jimmy the soccer player chicken shit. Jimmy jimmy philosophy to differentiate. The kids in the neighborhood named jimmy barbecue pork said now. My jimmy says that as a child it was in his nature to care for and protect the week. Jimmy became a cop in two thousand five. He spent fourteen years as a police officer until he was fired three years ago even as a police badge tattooed on his wrist said the rumors of his involvement in the mass killings are part of a plot against him say mushy nostril bookie by what a vocational. Gp's but people want to destroy him because he's fighting to change this country he says group are not criminals like everyone says jennifer elliott whom it stability who middle who was in lupita southie boys only core professional loboda. He says he brought different. Gang factions together to force for good to maintain peace and fight for better hospitals and schools and access to water. So this is a pretty different story than the one you heard from other people you interview. I wanted to push back so asked about selene neighborhood. Where jimmy and his gang allegedly killed seventy one. People asked me feels comfortable walking the streets to feel welcome in los elian. What was for them. He says that he's never felt uncomfortable. Less lean. I is dubbed this. Destroy these women on the street selling zone mother who also sold food then. He suggests something. i'm not expecting. It would follow up with iraq with maybe some melissa. She wants to prove how comfortable he is. Unless selena Villa probably come. We're going to be okay. So he invites me and my crew to accompany. If we're doubling up. Is it better. If i'm on the very back. probably right. We hire some motive taxes bicker way over to the place where jimmy allegedly health plan between eighteen exact to see what jimmy brings me to the exact location. Where the massacre took place where he's been accused of killing people. We're near a market. Where vendors are hawking fruit and cold drinks. It's the middle of the day. Dozens of people are milling around. Like mimicry sociale jimmy. Walks around greeting people. Looks comfortable and like a pied piper. Trailed by small children. Do you think people here. You get bem mindell. Com deo comando sylvan. Jimmy dykes question to the crowd of people who've gathered around us you're on a pile of trash and shouts the question out to them. Are you afraid of me. He tells me to ask the myself. Some of the people who gathered around shot back. Someone says no someone else says we could never be afraid of you. Someone even shouts you like a father to us what you saw him top him. See so jason that story's pretty wild to me. Let's seems super performance. Like this is a show that he is putting on for you and the international media right like he is trying to prove to you that he can't be the person behind all of this violence in this neighborhood because look the people here the they love me. What was going on in your head in that moment when you were there in that crowd. Were the people there did. They actually seem supportive of him. Yeah jimmy's one of those guys that if you're from his neighborhood and you're on his team like things could be pretty good for you. You might feel safe You know they might be looked out for and you know he's got your back but if you're on the other side look.
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And I don't mean to belittle it when I say only in Mexico, but he had a terrific Korea down there. Well, you came up with the Cleveland Indians Tell me about getting to the big leagues for you. When did it all happened? Maybe a first game in the big leagues Get into the big leagues was extremely difficult. In my day. You couldn't start in double that You had to start in Class D now because Of the segregation problems and we had our class D team was in Tifton, Georgia. I couldn't go there, so they sent me to Fargo, North Dakota, where I won rookie of the year and I won 21 Ball games became the first half for American to win 20 games in the minor league system. Then I went from Claire. See the Class B, Where won 19 games almost didn't lose a game And then I went to reading Pennsylvania. Classy. We are learned a great lesson because Was 11 in one and I was getting a little bit older, a little bit more confident, and I thought I knew more about baseball than anybody else. I was upset that it didn't take me immediately to the major leagues after I got to be 11 and one slough it off a little bit. Didn't stay in shape, got in an argument with the manager and ended up to season the second half, winning only two ballgames. So it was a great lesson for me to learn at that time that you must not lose focus, despite the fact that you are disappointed in something well, I went to winter ball and straighten everything out and I got a chance to go to San Diego in the Pacific Coast League on 1 18 there and then they brought me up to the major leagues. After that, Tell me about getting up to the big leagues and what that was like. Carbon fell was there, But then they fired. Kirby fell, And then they hired Joe Garden and then Joe Gordon was traded as a manager for Jimmy Dykes, but it was difficult to get to the major leagues. You just couldn't the Cleveland Indians had a terrific ball club. They had a terrific pitching staff early win Bob Lemon Herbie School on How them On Right now Alaska. They sent many pictures back to the minor leagues, but I was lucky that I came at that particular time when their careers was winding down. So I broke that pitching staff and I won my first game. But you know, when you are rookie in the major leagues, everything is huge. Everything was exciting. The road trips was exciting, but Larry Doby was on the ball club when I got there, they say you're rooming with Larry Doby. So I went in the room. Larry came in the room. He says. Oh, you're much cat Grant. I said Yes, sir. Mr Dobie, He said wish bad you want I said Yes. So, Mr Dobie, he said we're going to have to get rid of that. Yes. So, Mr Don't say yes, sir. Mr Dover, Julius Swamp Fire. Grant never made it to the big leagues but pitched effectively in the minors from 1956 through 1969. Swamp Fire had his two best seasons with Monterey in the Mexican League in 1966 and seven winning 38 games while losing only 19 over the two seasons. Mudcat and swamp fire. I would have liked to have seen them together. Pitching in the majors. This is Marty Lourie joined Mudcat Grant tomorrow as he tells.
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"jimmy dykes" Discussed on The Uncommon Christian Podcast
"It is going to be an awesome series that starts next week so make sure you don't miss out but for today we're going to get into the world of basketball now if you're a basketball fan you know. It's that time of the year where everyone or well mostly. Everyone is feeling out there. Nc double a. tournament brackets. So i thought it'd be really cool to interview someone who knows what they're talking about when it comes to the world of college basketball also want to partner with a good friend of mine and someone. I work close with at my church since we are both huge college basketball fans so today i partner up with rusty. George who is the lead pastor of real life church and host of the leading simple podcasts. Rusty is a great passer leader friend. Who's also been on the podcast before. And he's an author his most recent book after amen. What to do while waiting on god. It's such a great and you can pick up a copy at his website. Pastor rusty george dot com. We also got together to interview former division one coach and current. Espn college basketball analyst. Jimmy dykes jimmy. Actually recently wrote a book. A great book called the film doesn't lie evaluating your life one play at a time and you can pick that book up on amazon. Well aside for you guys to listen to this episode. it's gonna be really fun. So without further ado rusty takes away. Jimmy dykes thank you so much for joining us. You're the hardest working man in show business right now former coach for player basketball analyst for espn called over fifty games this year and now talking hoops with us about the nc double a. Tournament jimmy. there's a lot of people that listen to this show that they love basketball and they've already filled out multiple brackets. And then you have some that. They're just kind of forced to fill out a bracket. Because you know it's there the thing they're family does or a group at work does And we need help. We need you to take this. This thing called March madness and make it a little bit clearer for us. So michael of arrogant of this fire some questions that you before we get into the five. I have a question. I've always wanted to know i've googled it. I can't get an answer from anyone but there's an expression that is used when you fill out a bracket that if you always take the high seed or the top seed. You're going.
"jimmy dykes" Discussed on Decorating Pages
"Yeah which is a little sugarcoated but Anyway fox the plug on it three weeks in the shooting and And before i left. Jim said all i tell you what. Why don't you come out to hollywood and At all hired a worth of us as hollywood giving it away. We're back to new york. I was newly married at the time. And and and got a got a car and drove out to hollywood just to sort of test. The waters see what it was like. I slept on. Jim's gyms living world tour. And i decided that's where i should be. 'cause new york was really tough. You know i didn't. I didn't know anybody there. And yeah getting into this theaters. And i was. I was looking to design for theatre and and that would have been almost impossible for me. Getting wasn't that talented. I i didn't. I didn't come with any kind of credentials. And i realized you know without harvard. Harvard degree where at least some of the work. 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Because at the time The the black stroke curious though cheryl's sweetheart she's the dog and and secure remember all the names but you know when the black movies come around and they'd offer them to the black decorators. The black artist didn't want to do them because they didn't want to get paid as just to a black stop. You world class talents that they wanted to do the big shows so they needed somebody to do it. And i came from the south. So i wound up doing the back. The story is actual page and And then king with with jim spencer and then Through the context. I'd met people i've met. I got hooked up with norman. Lear now haley olenin episodic thing called about palmerstown usa and it was semi autobiographical from alex about him growing up in the segregated south. Yeah i was looking into that. Because i had never heard of it but i was looking like oh. When was this on. I. i didn't. I mean i. I have never heard of it seventy and we only did the pilot and we did serve six six eight hour episodes now it but it's been it's been broadcast occasionally as sweet and i have to say it was it was it was really life changing for me. Alex was one of the best rock on tours. I'd ever met right. You can tell a story and you would be knows marrived. And i loved loved working up this glitter at this is to lead back to easy. This is this is what i wanna hear. This is what i'm in boy. So alex was really really special and so was Doorman normally lear. But i had much board dealings with alex. This show required Lots of principle sets and And it also meant that we had to build a little southern care and Which was great. We built it out at the deal. Disney ranch last week the canyon and Don't they don't have many pictures of it on. I'm be either well anyway. What happened was We had the sense that we're now call overseas studios at the time they were called air. At international and layered international was the old celtic studio and And it was a rare in that it would. There was the the old sandoval goal and lot which was in hollywood. And then the celtics studios. Which would now core city in part of sony and those were the two big independent lots were non-signatory. Lots just sort of before wallet if you come in and just rent the stages shoot whatever you wanted to. You didn't after after union signatory and We had the three largest stages for palmerstown and we had. That's where we had this goshi store. And the protagonist Says everyday sets well. Steven spielberg had come back from From shooting raiders of the lost ark in tunisia and And he had one more picture to do it. A three picture deal the was with universal and there was an impending strike so his strategy was to possibly get stay space at it independent lot and do it as a negative pickup. Continue china sweetheart. Deal of the dj went on strike it and keep production going so so he went down to look at all these stages and they took him for a tour of the three largest stages at the laird international studios and there were hats and he liked the sets and he was touring it with the guy that he hoped would shoot the movie guy. Defeating dollar and allen said yeah. These are nice and there's even room to light them. I mean. remember his a theater designer as well. Right so I got into the list of people interview back off and like your portfolio was in front of them. You didn't even have to show them anything. And also stephen at that point had jewish. Lucas lectured him and taught him out.