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Boston - Pan-Mass Challenge Donates $50M To Fight Cancer After ‘Reimagined’ 2020 Event

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Boston - Pan-Mass Challenge Donates $50M To Fight Cancer After ‘Reimagined’ 2020 Event

"May have put the brakes on this year's pan mass bike a thon. But the spirit of the event lived on in fund raising efforts. The three day ride dedicated to raising money for the fight against cancer officials say a $50 million donation was made to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. That exceeded their expectations. This year's participants they were asked to ride their own course during the summer, while raising funds for Dana Farber and the Jimmy Fund. The Pan Mass challenge has raised more than $750 million since 1980.

Boston's Pan-Mass Challenge Donates $50M To Fight Cancer After ‘Reimagined’ 2020 Event

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Boston's Pan-Mass Challenge Donates $50M To Fight Cancer After ‘Reimagined’ 2020 Event

"May may have have put put the the brakes brakes on on this this year's year's pan pan mass mass bike bike a a thon, thon, but but the the spirit spirit of of the the event event lived on in fundraising efforts, a three day ride dedicated to raising money for the fight against cancer. Officials saying that a $50 million donation was made to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute yesterday, exceeding their expectations this year participants they were asked to ride their own course during the summer while raising funds for Dana Farber and the Jimmy Fund. The pan mass Challenge has raised more than $750 million since 1980.

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Largest fundraiser in the country continues in Boston despite coronavirus

BZ Flashback

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Largest fundraiser in the country continues in Boston despite coronavirus

"The country walks on even if those raising money for the Jimmy Fund are only together in spirit, W B Z is, Kendall Buell explains. It would have been a perfect day for more than 1000 people to walk the streets of Boston to benefit Dana Farber. But circumstances these days, of course, far from ideal for anything of the sort Still Jimmy Fund Walk executive director Zack Blackburn, who like thousands of other people's out walking today with his family near his home. Couldn't be happier. The spirit of it remains the same. Our people are committed as ever to conquering cancer. The turnout has been amazing. And you can't deny the spirit of the Jimmy Fund in Dana Farber, and that's what you're gonna see all throughout Massachusetts, New England and frankly, in the country. We've got at least one walker from all 50 states participating today, altogether more than 6400 participants. And the event is on track to raise between 5.5 and $6. Million can will be old W B Z Boston's news radio. It's 11 3 time for

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jimmy Fund Walk goes virtual that Libby's Kendall Buell If this were like any of the previous 30 years, thousands of people would be walking together through Boston today to support the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. But this is 2020, and it's not like anything else. Participants of the virtual Jimmy Fund walk are doing their own tracks and not just across Massachusetts executive director Zack Blackburn says. There's atleast one participants in every state in the union today, supporters of the Jimmy Fund as you know, they're nationwide and there were Glide, So it's giving us a bit of an outlet for people that want to support us wherever then they live. We'd much rather be in Boston for many, many reasons, but since this is where we are at a nice silver lining, so in a way, the wall Cat has brought people together. It certainly has served its purpose. It's on tracks race between 5.5 and $6 million, still the largest sum of any walk in the country. It'll be all W B z Boston's NewsRadio Well, this race doesn't exactly hold the prestige of the Boston Marathon, but it's got creativity. CBS's Wendy Gillette has more. It's an unusual race and Hungary men navigating a muddy, hilly trail filled with obstacles with their wives on their backs. Races are popular in Estonia, Lithuania and Scandinavia. The first one was held in Finland in the nineties. They were inspired by 1/19 century legend about an outlaw who tested his gang of robbers by making the run through an obstacle track with women on their back. Dozens of couples took part in Saturday's race in eastern Hungary, a trophy and valuable lager beers were awarded to the winner Wendy Gillette. CBS needs In Northern California. The glass fire is making a slow, smoky push toward catalyst. Soga and ST Helena again ABC is Lauren Martinez reports. The fire threatens more than.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And Scott in just a moment. But first we have a very important halftime guest to introduce you to. I think all of us know here in New England for that matter around the country. What the Jimmy fund is. Zachary Blackburn is the director of the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. This is A great event. It's It's occurred now. 31 years on DH. It began in 1989. Zachary is the director. Exactly. Blackburn. Welcome tonight Side. How are you? I'm doing Well then. Thanks for having me. So this year in the in the in the era of Corona virus. Everything is a little bit more challenging. But you folks are up for the challenge, and you will. Pull together Jimmy Fund Walk this year. A virtual Jimmy fund walk. Explain to us how it's gonna work this year. That's correct. Yeah, and you know, year you couldn't be more right. Certainly things have been topsy turvy around the world and You know, One thing that we wanted to do is give our walkers our donors. Our patients our you know our constituents and opportunities still support an event that's been around like you said. For 31 years of being your 32. The best way that we thought that we could do that was to provide a virtual type version of the Jimmy Fund. Wa For folks to be able to, and we use the word virtual. Very, very loosely. The Jimmy Fund walk your way, so we're encouraging people to walk in there way. However, they see best. From a safety standpoint, from a health and fitness standpoint, walk in your own neighborhood. Walk in your communities walk on a treadmill, but do so safely do so socially distance. And still be able to participate in this wonderful event that raises you know millions of dollars each year for Dana Farber. So if there was still for the virtual walk this year is going to take place on October. 4th does it. Do you have to do the walk on October 4th or system flexibility? It is absolutely flexibility with it, And I think that's one of the really important aspects of the YourWay portion. And the name there. We were encouraging people to walk on October 4th. We're gonna have a great weekend of virtual activities over Over Zoom and over the on our website and some live streaming and things of that nature on October 3rd and fourth with the walk happening on the fourth, but we won't be able to walk whenever they can. If they're you know, commitments in their lives, you know, forbid them for being able to walk on on October 4th. Hey, walk on October 3rd walk on October 11th the next weekend. Whatever is convenient for you. We will provide the tools and we will make sure the American you need to have a successful. How much did you raise last year? And what do you hope to do this year? That's a great question. So last year we raised with the Jimmy Fund Walk just over $8.8 Million, which is just incredible is the largest single day fundraising walk in the country, which is really, really something we're proud of this year. Obviously, things are a little different. Andi, We're doing our best to make it much of that 8.8 million back up again. We will be a little short but our goal this year eyes to raise her on $5.5 million in it. Cold chill in this time. This is what How do we get them to? Ah, You still got a couple of weeks here. So if folks want You ready for the walk? What? Who did they contact? How did they get involved? Sure, the best way to do so is going Jimmy fund walked out order and you can register right there online. And all the information's on the walk all information and getting the material that you'll need. It's all there on the website. Definitely the best way to do so. And people can register right up through Sunday, October 4th. So we typically have to shutdown registration early when we need to get ready for Ah, in person event, But for this We welcome everybody right up through walk day and even beyond if people want to register afterwards and do a walk later, you know they could do that. That's great. Exactly Thanks very much for a spend a few minutes with us tonight, and hopefully some of the night side listeners. We'll decide to get up and walk whatever way they want almost sounds to me like you should have Steven Tyler singing you a song walked this way. It's been It's been discussed internally here. We're having. It would be nice if we had a hand in to get to get that message to him. But yes, that would be nice. I think of Steven Tyler and Aerosmith as you're out there on October, 4. Yeah. Just just hum the walk this way, all right? Thanks so much, Jack. We appreciate it. Thank you, san. Thanks for having me take care of pleasure. Congratulations, okay? Now here on nights I We deal with all sorts of issues. And oftentimes we have people who are disagreeing over this President Trump that President Trump Joe Biden. Whatever. And that's okay. We do that a lot. But every once in a while we want to kick back and we want to try to help you out. And that is what we're doing tonight because for the first time in about six months, it has been way too long. We have Larry and scot of a route one auto service up in Peabody joining us, Larry and Scott. Welcome. How are you guys? I miss seeing you. I again they were doing great. And we sure miss seeing you too well with us tonight, So we want to give a big shout out to Tony who normally is part of you guys when you here with us. On DH. Tony is taking the night off because we We're a little concerned about how many different voices would have here. Scott, How have you been Everything good. I'm I'm great, sir. It's so good to talk to you. It's been way too long. Yeah, I think if I'm not mistaken, you guys were in maybe March. And I figured you'd be back with us in June, and here we are, in September's help..

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Their family put food on the table. You could help change their future in a single moment. See how far your support can go it unbound dot org's Steve Perez W B Z 24 hour traffic network, Brian Thompson with the AccuWeather forecast. Clouds will thicken up into tonight There will be a shower in a few spots, especially late. So what's the patches of fog? Developing will be a warm and sticky night, especially for September. Alot of 68 rather cloudy and quite humid tomorrow with a few showers around. Perhaps the thunderstorm, especially during the afternoon and evening will be a lot of moisture in the atmosphere so we could have some heavy downpours tomorrow has to be between 75 80 leftover shower to later tomorrow night. Low 65 turning less human for Friday and Saturday will be cooler with some sunshine High 70 Friday 67 on Saturday. And some showers returned Sunday. I'm asking about the meteorologist Brian Thompson number you BZ. Boston's NewsRadio Clouds 70 in Boston by the magic of radio band the bread of the United States on taking two little fella named Jimmy. We're not going to give you last name because he's just like thousands of other young fellows and girls in private homes, hospitals all over the country. Jimmy is suffering from cancer. In 1948. It began with a boy named Jim. And now it's every one of us give to the Jimmy Fund and support Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Learn more and I am jimmy dot org's slash together. It begins when you look at your floor, and you think we need to freshen up this place. Then you say we need carpeting and you think not just any carpeting. We need beautifully designed carpeting from post road carpet One stop in today their covert compliant. Trying to navigate the new normal Get information about Koven 19 at the Boston Children's website..

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 9 months ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dose of good news because, hey, it's a big world out there. Here's something that happens with frequency. These days, people losing their cool two drivers, an adult woman and a male teenager had their moment. The woman apparently drove past a parking spot, not seeing the younger driver behind her. She then reverse direction, hoping to nab that spot and nearly collided with the kid. So anger ensued, and she bawled out the boy about how he needed to learn how to drive, etcetera, etcetera young guy went into work at the shopping centre, only to find a note on his windshield. A note of apology that the boy's mother shared with readers online. It writ thanks for being a kind, safe space for me during an ugly moment, your ability to deescalate my anger showed me something about myself that I needed to see. And I feel so grateful for that letter also suggested that he the young boy was put in her path for a reason, and she doesn't take it for granted. As this little incident illustrates, there is a chance to take a breath and improve upon a situation in a big way. And that's the upside with Jordan W. B Z Boston's news radio. With a major dent in its usual sources. The Jimmy Fund says fund raising is needed now more than ever, and the local restaurant chain is setting aside some tables to meet that need through both championship seasons and the ones fans would rather forget. The Red Sox have been a major source of money for the Jimmy Fund, which the club adopted as its official charity 67 years ago. So having the Sox playing a shortened season in an empty park is a tough blow. You think about all the opportunities that Jimmy find has Go with the Boston Red Sox, and with that area in all of the traffic that's driven through there. It's big piece to their whole game plan for the year. That's restaurants here. Paul Walberg, who's Wal Burgers in Boston is set aside three special Jimmy fund boots during Red Sox games. 20% of all proceeds will go to the Jimmy Fund cannot be all W B Z Boston's news radio. A giant pandas breaking records in the U. S. At 22 years old. The National Zoo's giant panda has become the oldest of It's kind to give birth in the U. S. May, Zhang had a less than 1% chance of having another cub. But she delivered Washington its first giant panda cub. In five years, She was inseminated with frozen semen from her maid. Back in March, Viewers were ableto watch her journey via the zoo's black and white panda cam. This is the third surviving cub for major young Lisa Matteo. CBS News A vote on Capitol Hill to make sure every mail in vote is counted will tell you about that coming up. I like Abed, that's really firm. I need something a little softer than that. Rest easy in the sleep number. 3 60. Smart bet you could both. Adjust your comfort. If you sleep number said I can't really help me fall asleep Faster. Yes, by gently warming your feet, Okay,.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"All right guys here we go. This is the Red Sox podcast of record. The Red Sox podcast of choice because it's from your very favorite people at. Media this is Josh Lewin and this is red. SOx beat episode. Two six, three to sixty three I had to do a little deep dive for this one Mike Andrus, impossible dream, rookie year, second Baseman, that sixty-seven Red Sox team. He had to sixty three eight own runs. Forty runs batted in eight year major, League career concluded with a brief stint for the seventy three world series champion as managed by the. The sixty seven red sox skipper Dick Williams phase. Two of Mike Andrews career began soon after that he hooked up with the Jimmy Fund with that around thirty years, speaking of Jimmy's Jimmy Williams managed the Red Sox and ninety nine managed him to close two hundred wins on. That team was a guy with a to sixty three era. Haha, twenty six year old right hander used exclusively in relief. Anyone anyone bueller. Derek Lowe that's right. Seventy four games at year fourteen more than any other pitcher he had fifteen saves ninety nine at forty, two the next year, and the year after that pushed into the rotation. How about twenty one wins at is a fascinating story ARC, and we'll have to table that for another podcast sometime that would be a long podcast one on Derek Loville. First of all the trade with varitek four HEATHCLIFF SLOCUM The other way would make that frozen face when things were starting to go wrong, all glassy, eyed and shell shocked, but he was a great setup man and ninety nine, great closer than it was an embattled closer Anna, twenty game winner and the thrower of hit her He was a major appointment. He was a major hero. Memory closed out the Oakland series so up so down a guy that fans gave up on a dozen times then embraced a dozen times. So that's a different podcast. We got things. Talk about right now because we are tiptoeing towards a season, a sixty game, hopefully sixty game season, and here's what we got on the pod today Ian Brown from red. SOX DOT COM join us to give us the very. Very latest because he has been on.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"The Jimmy Fund by the way and he took some money away from Jimmy Fund <hes> when Jordan's furniture didn't back down he contacted Berkshire hathaway which bought shorts furniture owned by Warren Buffett so there you go so that's where the warm yeah yeah so he would do stuff like this. You know this is. This is the stuff you would. You would send the email after email after email. There's another one that I should have to print out to where you have. The actual guys read this one a while ago the one where like you had the actual correspondence back and forth with the people who were always like appoint ski and he was like yeah do not email yeah but I mean even the ones who like bailed out because there are people who are like people from like Wendy's or whatever would say look. I don't know who the fuck this guy is. Who these people are moved the average? I would say nine out of ten people would do that National National Sandvik watching yeah great great new gray ratings. Let's go somewhere that does twenty percent thirty percent less ratings but we fucking deal with that would happen all the time so it's really not that hard a plan to do if you if you are into it like he is like today. I'm sure he's listening to that. Show the last show they're going to do it. He's he's listening to ever. Make sure there's new advertiser. If there is maybe not maybe there's a deal now. I don't know but so that's that's that's Bob Murchison and never ever ever since we should find another story. Maybe do it against them all the time because it is it is maddening but he's why he's why and Entercom and the Red Sox and the globe is why Jerry's not doing the show why I'm over here and all that stuff so it's ultimately when you look at it from a big picture since it's just cowardice from entercom that is the main theme or that's it like all the other stuff you know the Shirley's there they they don't pretend the Kennedys but two faced rat fuck head but you know the other ones. They let you know where they are. You know that's what you're dealing with. That's why is going to fail at least Shirley. Lee said she was going to get revenge. She told me that she did they did they. Did I mean there's a calm just tells you like Oh. We're doing everything we can. No don't please don't call don't pressure them please. It makes us uncomfortable MOCHA away. I might as well just get fire today. Why not so in the email? They sent us like low level people. They're like this is a delusional. They're they're like if you're if you're approached by the press as if as if our level of but they're like the official stance is that we're very happy that entercom and Gerry Callahan and come to an amicable agreement del one that I've made sure God where Sam Kennedy from June twenty second. We need a Bob Merchant F._B._i.. Bust lost to try and be buddies with me. He texted me. Oh my God it's weird why. Why would you say that you know he's trying to get my pal? This was when <hes> June twenty second of eighteen okay. He was trying to my buddy. You know he's trying to be the the be okay. Hey Fuck you yeah trying to see last text. I sent do not Wanna can read somebody was sideline reporters and whatever Oh interesting yeah by on the lesson that's all they're good. They're excellent. I wouldn't have like relationships with anyone. I have no idea that I wouldn't know that actually did you are telling me something I've never heard of my life ever ever ever have no Dow Froth Right..

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Hillary shiva. welcome to an all new animal house i'm hillary show your host stand today we are thrilled john chang joining us for a little bit nice to be here hillary because it's something to do with somerville be the expert on the stuff i did run it by you i didn't get soom ecorse this is about the middlesex register john almo and i wish i could do several animal houses on john mono i just feel like it's probably a rich tapestry of story that is involved with this man but bottom line is got video of him taking money from copy machines at accord house and you don't get better than that when it comes to a political scandal i mean taking money and it feels you know it's it's pretty low in general any time you see somebody stealing from either i think there was a change machine involved as well but you know xerox machine you feel like somebody is to to a certain level i feel what that's like stealing from you know those big jars that they have at counters and convenience stores because they're trying to raise money to send someone to school or the help with whatever the jimmy fund yeah just it's really alarming stuff because you know he was register of probate and it was a great job i think is salary was like thirty five thousand dollars a year something like that great benefits on enormous staff pension pension everything i mean the staff was endless winning their couple times say john doing always time to say hi yep so it was one of those jobs that i think you run for every six years and he's well enough known then he's going to would have been able to stay in the guys he wanted to phrase entire life he'd be able to stay there really he was set nobody pays attention to this job i get paid and there you go you're pretty much suck against this really campaigning until you get close to write you know everything you're not really though because you got so many people you've helped out and so many people that work in the office that you really don't need to it is incredible so vast sap to be here just in the beginning well we talk about early john no because you obviously grew up in somerville a lot was made actually of the fact that he failed i guess early school basically he was golden boy at one point was brought to the point of of checking vending machines for loose change the guy actually was supposed to be a rising political star he said oh yeah we don't question i think he was on the board of all the men in his mid to late twenties that and you just knew at some point he'd be mayor of somerville and you know he could grow from there he was very good public servant very smart guy seemed to have all those skills necessary and he continued on and then ran for mayor in nineteen eighty nine against my kappa wanna which was a hotly contested mayoral race and looking mean do remember in some sort of somerville boy abc campaign i don't remember that what are yours what were your thoughts on at the time i thought that he was someone that you know certainly could be a good mayor i honestly supported mike mike kaplon i've known mike longer and neum better and i thought that you know both of those guys i think might be slightly older than john normal apparently they were simple they were in the same i'll read into eleanor later but yes they were in the roughly the same age same age when they ran for mayor i believe they were probably thirty six thirty seven years old because it was nineteen eighty nine so right around that age so they were going to be like the next one because it had been gene brune had been mayor a decade and it's interesting because dream became registered deeds before normal became register probate and i don't think they were actually you know best friends either yeah In much of the coverage with what happened with UAE. Say.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News time, eight forty nine copious, sunshine and beautiful baby. Blue sky. It is fifty one degrees in Boston. Good Sunday morning to you September twenty third MTA gown WBZ news top stories now thousands are walking along the marathon route from Hopkinton to Copley square this morning. They were taking part in the annual Jimmy fund. Walk customers of Columbia gas in the Merrimack valley, especially north Andover. Andover and Lawrence who suffer losses from their recent gas explosions and fires will be compensated. The company says it will also reimburse those forced to switch to alternative alternate fuel. Sources. And pope Francis is in the Balkans this weekend, he celebrated mass this morning in Lithuania other stories we are following for you today for Lansing. Michigan. Residents are facing life in prison if they're convicted in an alleged plot to kidnap rape and murder a child. Prosecutors say the group wanted to grab a child from county fair parade or supermarket. Parking lot and abuse that child police say the four have been exploiting their own children. We are marking one hundred years since an historic battle. I'm Tom Foty. It was America's deadliest battle ever one hundred years ago in World War One the war. That was supposed to end all wars remembrance ceremony site as a cemetery in France, more than fourteen thousand graves lighted with candles about twenty six thousand US soldiers were killed tens of thousands more wounded more ammunition fired then in all of the civil war in what turned out to be an American victory that did help bring an end to World War One, but not an end to war. Tom Foty, CBS news. He made headlines for pushing to make blueprints for three D guns publicly available online in America wants his get them. They're allowed to name their own price at our website. Now, Cody Wilson is in police custody in Texas, the self-made free market anarchist was picked up by US. Marshals a Houston's George Bush international. Airport after he was deported from Taiwan. The thirty year old is being charged now with sexual assault of a child in Texas. Authorities also say he paid a sixteen year old girl he met online five hundred dollars for sex WBZ news time, eight fifty one..

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Was telling you about the oral history of. The Jimmy fund. Telethon must meet it takes a little while because it is. Extremely long One of the funny parts of it was Jerry Callahan's one of. The more morning. Hosts on ee e. telling a story about Justin Bieber The beeps The court, up there, lefty lefty and he's hit by a pitch from Josh d Smith who came inside and got him around the lake on the lake. Somewhere loan that is the third hit better. By Smith Shooting apology how nice They were Two, years ago interviewing a young girl who Late stages highly developed cancer and she was obsessed with Justin Bieber said she, wanted to marry the beeps She was twelve years old Williams l. studios up there we'll see if he swings, again at the first Vinci does any pops it straight up into the rain. Drops by at second base it's the, shortstop, Miller on the, retreat drifting it elect center and he makes. The catch with one. Hand it is like clockwork The, first you don't throw strikes. Early accounts they didn't that's very good execution by Smith, anyhow this girl one Gerry and Kirk over with her courage and her story. And she said on that show that, she, really wanted to, marry Justin Bieber she kind of offered a. Proposal to him okay Any Vargas batting what onto out and, he takes. Ball wanted save four nothing but. Secondly, Bieber got wind, of it and flew.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The Mariners d. takes a strike over the corner with. A fastball wanted one feels. Like it's about to rain the witness, really picked. Up, at the ball that it is whipping the. Field for right to left. At a good, pace The sky grows evermore gray over frontier field This game is now official shepherds one one swinging to try to center tacking, up, with Plato is Nate Casteel back three. Four five. Steps makes the hip, high graph got it with his left hand throws it back in. With the right back to, first retreats Buxtehude, there's I out of the The best looking links about all year we've, seen, from Nick Gordon that's sort of the. Guy who. Put up big numbers, at double a line drives off the barrel not seen almost any. Of that here at AAA Gregorio petite it's been the opposite for him well we see him get. Great Swingline drives time and. Again against Pawtucket he's got the big knock in this game a two run single one on one, out the is a curve ball for a strike Was the Gigs. For shepherd I say about I looked over at my. Game day it had frozen during Buxton's at seventy nine. Seventy nine. Thank you I was close one the infield a double play depth. Shepherds bitch low and it's wanted one I would say. That qualifies What are the great events all year that we have in New England is taking. Place today and tomorrow courtesy of our friends at w. e. Mesler for first base to. Check on bucks to, and safely it's the annual Jimmy fund, telethon seventeenth, year in a row. That they've pulled it off A little bit Disappointed that we're not, back into Pawtucket so we can watch all the great coverage that they do want NASA throughout these couple of days is there as money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute Cups pitch teeth Browns and softly ballots wanted to On Saturday night at McCoy Melissa Koster who is the parent of ten year old, Kyle, Koster, who, has been treated at danafarber Up. In Boston going through you said the long time chemotherapy treatments and all that goes along with that That he had only two months left. Before they were ready to finish that he could turn the page and hopefully move on with, his life and Melissa came, on television, with us on Myra made an emotional Impassioned pleas port this telethon wants to pitches lookout he bids back drops. The bat as he gets out of the way of ball too Shepherd say let's by plates to a two on Gregorio Four to one Rochester bottom of the fifth I just want to echo the sense of it's if you can find it in. Your heart and especially in your wallet to do anything he captained support danafarber the folks that work with the Jimmy fund and all. They do to help try to fight create a cure hopefully one day for pediatric cancer do, anything you, count, the money is going to a great great Charitable organization from ball basic petite, again Hanging there hit between shortstop and third base intellectually over the second Buxton Teeth has his second sue on one out Kenny I wholeheartedly echo everything you just said about the to me There was an incredible oral history today in the. Atlantic that is probably takes his forty five minutes to read it, goes back to the inception of, the idea of.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Probably We didn't know before he, goes we got Landon Collins here a lotta. Guys we wanna make sure we don't ruin your day by keeping you for too, long but tell me what's going on with your son and how's he doing and your plans? For I know you're very out there with a. Charity you want to make sure that you let everybody know about. It so give us some insight while he's doing. Excellent he's had wonderful. Care so they took out his port. Now so he's not doing, chemo but he still has the tumors in his. Kidneys so we're still really involved with the Jimmy fund clinic up in, Boston which is. Unbelievable the people they're, fantastic and we just started working with Sloan Kettering down here both really fantastic organizations and, hospitals and we're really lucky that he has that sort of. Care I could tell you from personal experience the NFL's and the platform that affords you is just endless and the amount of people that will come and support. You we wish you the very best thing Very love the left tackle pack in New. York City look forward to seeing you Nate solder new, giants? Left tackle and he's going to hand off the. Headset to Landon Collins here right Allie hopefully. We'll say something for us Got? Himself. In Trump's landed how are you Good to see you again yes, the last time you were. With us you you're talking about Eric flowers you got yourself, in trouble, because all of a sudden. Just you. Know we're, just having a conversation next, thing you know you. Open up the, newspaper it's Landon Collins everywhere so I mean what does that like when you're just because you like to talk? To you like to have conversations with people and then all of a sudden the things? That you, say are everywhere in the paper I mean what's? That like the, taking in what you say because, I mean? People just running around with it. You know so it is what it is is mistake owned up to me. And a good on the same. Page pages so At the end? Of the, day you're team leader you know and there were? All these questions, about arc right Eric's now here, he's happy? He's good he's in a good. Spot you know what I mean and that's the most important thing I I. Don't When you left the studio that day I didn't think you were being negative I thought, you were just, being honest, and saying hey you know I want the best for. My team don't want. The best. For my team so I. Think that we've gotten all? Through that now you and Eric. Are, all good You got a new defensive coordinator you got a new defensive. Scheme I, know that there's a lot of expectations for you in particular especially coming off. Of your forearm injury and. Everything else you are one hundred percent, and ready to go yeah I'm good. To go no no stopping no nothing good to, go, and then, the last thing about that last interview, of brandy Jacob said the introduced me. To a phrase that I will never forget during the interview it was getting them cheeks I've been using that. Now do, you think it sounds weird coming from me you know like Brandon could say. Just rolls right off the I'm like getting them cheeks Does, it all depends All right so this, camp after, last year I mean last year. Was just a mess. We all, know that I mean. That's not the giants, it's not giants football and now you've got a. New regime in here how easy is or what are some of the things that you have to do to be able to turn the page and get into this year with a? With, a clean slate honestly just messing with the new players that we have. Here, turning to page now looking back from last year and just move over the new guys that we have here now and get an understanding that we had to play football and that the note saying. We hit a win I always felt like in the NFL playing us a three four defense was the toughest thing that we had handle from an. Offensive pass protection situation how does that affect US safety is much different for you back there with the different scheme and different players required to do different things mostly Outside Linebackers as. Opposed to defensive ends none is for me and this. Is quite the same we have a person that's going. To set the edge we have a person that three tech. And stuff like that so Maybe we be shifting gears and we have line. Bekker's gaps Edessa helpless and in that category is Jane. Becher is your new events coordinators energetic as everybody says he. Is Very very easy makes. Us excited to come here and practice and just practice for him make. Sure we get everything right perfect and we have, no blowing issues talking to Landon Collins of word I keep. Hearing, and reading is aggressive that this defense is really aggressive I'll is that true in how is it aggressive its aggressive because we come in from each and every way honestly I was saving almost sending. Almost five each and every down and honesty is is gonna, is gonna. Hit because you never know where. It's coming from because we lined, up, in so many, different positions And it's just fun Because last year, I mean that books but, this is saying is is like everybody's going to be keyed on different things in we messed up Alana's account every time we And. That's that's a hard thing and that's still the multiple, facet of being a three four defense who's in the past Russia was. Not in the pass rush how do you tie up a running back and keep them from going out in the in the in the past routes? And things of that nature I would think, that you're frustrating your offense but at the same time you're watching some pretty special. Athletes on your own offense give me your impressions of saquon Barkley is, too good to be true or is this? Kid really the real title I will. Say he's really real deal I sat to one time, he spent everybody's.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"He passed away and his and his wife imogene houston's passed away they spent a ton of money at the ocoee foundation trials the jimmy fund to do the right thing thing so again you can't correct every problem that we've had over the last hundred years i mean i think thomas jefferson is the greatest american ever he's got some warts to airbrush him out of the history of this country or everyone you can find something wrong with everyone and how far back we're going to go and how much is it gonna cost our country even just in terms of dollars imagine if you went if if you're allowed to take down monuments renamed streets renamed bridges changed the names of universities like all the stuff cost you hundreds of millions of dollars you're talking about is that how you want your tax dollars spent or would you rather use all that money repairing all the broken roads and broken bridges and the poisonous water that's coming out of the tap in places like flint michigan that are literally poisoning their people so i say you know what let's get a little bit of secker skin and let's focus on real problems one we put one hundred million towards cancer research and why don't we put a hundred million towards keeping our roads and bridges and drinking water safe one we put one hundred million dollars into failing underfunded in schools in the inner city like in detroit you wanna lift up african american communities or latino communities in any minority community you gotta start with their school system so why don't we put the quality teachers in there who the average teacher might be afraid to go into some of those towns because the gangs and violence and all kinds of problems but you know with enough money and security they'll go better to give giving these schools access to the best tools that the white affluent communities have then you wouldn't even need a backup program because places like roxbury would have a terrific school system you wouldn't have to bus kids into concord which i have no problem with because i think intermixing community is positive thing my for example my kids have made really great friends with mecca kids kit slipped my house on the weekends i mean they're they're great kids and i'm so glad i.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm andrew o'day bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six oh nine president trump is rolling back pollution and fuel efficiency rules implemented during the obama era the president says he's making the move because the previous rules were too stringent cbs's steve dorsey has more this is something that the auto industry generally has welcomed that this is welcome news by the epa they want more flexibility in setting their own fuel standards however they recognize they have to compete especially in places like europe where there are higher fuel standards the administration says its working on new legislation to close immigration loopholes as well the president has accused democrats of allowing open borders and crime and blame mexico for allowing caravans of drugs and people across the border meantime the trump administration is planning to host russian president vladimir putin possibly at the white house president trump offer the invitation during a phone call with putin two weeks ago russia will also be allowed to replace all the diplomats the us expelled last week in response to the nerve agent tack on a former russian spy and his daughter living in the uk the latest poll from conservative leaning rasmusen shows the president trump's approval rating rose to fifty percent of likely us voters forty nine percent disapprove this mirrors a cnn poll from last week which found president trump's approval rating had breed bounded to its highest level since the one hundred day mark of his presidency adam kaufman we'll take down south with the red sox in just a moment but we're getting closer to opening day at fenway so far so good on the forecast fans being asked to arrive at fenway by one thirty thursday because there's always a jam packed schedule of opening day festivities this year ceremonies will pay tribute to the jimmy fund general jimmy fund patients who have been treated over the past six decades with dissipate in the ceremonial first pitch to vintage p fifty one mustangs will fly over at the conclusion of the national anthem which we be performed by the bbc news time six eleven time for us to head over to the ace hticket dot com sports studio and mr adam kaufman good morning do we know what the temperature is going to be at about four am when i'm sitting in the dugout cold just curious chilly look sometimes it's raining not so nice other times it's okay.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"1030 race is always the difficulty issued is a particularly difficult issue in boston what with the city's history even as recent as last summer reverend him and i know that uh you and i both recall the ugly incident where epithets were directed toward adam jones the centerfield within a bottle oriels wanna talk about that and i also wanna talk about some of the things he ought rocky foundation is done in conjunction with the jimmy fund and then let people make their own our determination i gotta take a quick break my guest dr ray hammond reverend ray hamid he's also passed the beth el ame church he is not a native of boston but he's one of the most respected religious leaders in boston in my opinion i suspect one of the most respected religious leaders in boston period six one seven to five four 1030 aaa dan yesterday we need to fill one of the reason that the second reason that i i would i would um there's this concern but is because this for me follows a very common pattern around the country and certainly here in boston um when we get exercise is concerned about critical and important issues like nations justice um when we have an incident like adam jones we respond very often with these kind of symbolic efforts and that's what i consider this and in this case i think a symbolic effort sad me baseball on a fairly false narrative what we need a really not symbolic but substantive efforts to really address the issues here the issues that are outlined in that one day the full spotlight series one racism we're not going to get there uh by trying to expunge the name of guy uh kuhn left hundreds of millions of dollars to try to make this city better rivard hamid we will i come back with some calls in the in in more of your observations here a night side we always try to and give everybody an opportunity if you'd like to call you are more than welcome i would ask you as always you treat my guess with the same respect that you'll be treated as a call this is nice i would dan ray on wbz newsradio 1030 a proud iheart station rob brooks is the producer the program you'll talk to him first and then to talk to him and nine side with dan ray on wbz news radio 1030 the free iheartradio off type in the name of your favorite i've asked and.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the christmas spirit they've started giving tuesday and it's a way to encourage consumers to share their wealth 25 percent of annual giving to charities is between thanksgiving and the new year this is also the period that much of the fundraising takes place there are more than six hundred thousand six hundred thousand public charities all wanting our support and when you decide supported charity look beyond what i call the razzledazzle you want to look at the programme ratio that's the percentage of the charities income that goes to administrative costs and fundraising the smaller that number the more money that actually goes to the charity which is why the jimmy fund and the pam massar so wonderful because everything goes to the chair their legit their legit and when it comes time to write a check to a charity this month be sure the charity is legit take the time to check them out you can check with the federal trade commission's website linked to that from ours here uh a busy before giving to a charity and there are some really good websites for checking out charity start with the irs is site again you can linked to all these from ours here a wbz and there are several others of that i find it very helpful giveorg charity watchorg and charity navigator and sadly scam ras know that things tug at our hearts this time year you know a commercial i cry drink mercenary tonight we're watching a thanksgiving day you know and yeah it was the holidays you a good job with a day do a great job they get me right there in thinking i gotta go out and get that but sadly sort of the scammers snow and so you don't want to leave with your heart here you wanna leave with your head so be careful who you give your money to good advice to you always come up with good advice jack we expect more tomorrow wbz newsradio 1030 my folks this is gerard morning in of warning lumber if you're thinking of replacing the windows in your home you should look at the end erzen would write doublehung insert window which comes with rich would interiors in oak pinal maple quite simply innocent as the most trusted window in america that's why we've been selling them for fifty seven years please see the innocent would write windows on displayany of our three locations in north reading beverley and plast downer hampshire or at moynihan lumberedcom imagine with so many things to finetune how can we fix health care at.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Your family right and the ocoee family tremendously philanthropic in in the boston area the jimmy fund and all that added her died of leukemia jean yawkey the wife continued with that so they've given probably 500 million to charity what in the world today his attitudes or not respected and that's that's part of would boston is going through and the red sox who going through so it's a good topic you know look i've said this a million times if you look at the history of america you could see it through the eyes of base and you've always said that and i have american wwe american innings dot org and it's our first few pages of a website are you were i didn't know a one c three and it's wonderful emily the follows the executive director and kevin bartrum is working with us and you could go there and can even donate if you want but i'm doing a lot with this i love it i just think it's something that i really enjoyed that is the perfect project for you marty in that a way to pass along your passion for baseball and how it does relate to american history one other thing i want to talk to howard about his june carlos statins comments this week that he doesn't acknowledge six ever as a home run number you feel bad i i think it's definitely a slippery slope because if you wanted knowledge babe ruth's homerun number because of a lot he didn't play during an integrated era i mean we're not going to acknowledge today's numbers because we're not gender integrated i mean it's really dangerous slope to go down look i'm not the most sophisticated i'm not a particularly nuance guy i would say that papers numbers canada then henry aaron and roger merit all our numbers count and so does barry bonds i know that howard has written books about this subject apd's so you've got you've got you've got babe ruth and integration and then steroid era and how that affected barry bonds and gincarlo he's in very bold comments this week i think the the airlines have landed virgin america's here they eagle has laying ar here it's gotta get allowed out here with us the.

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"jimmy fund" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"jimmy fund" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Got to see i've never seen a photo argh where one off the jonk during a ceremonial first pitch and the photon never saw coming because he had his face buried in a nikon denied ninety documenting his own demise i need to run his back foyer because the clip is priceless take it from the very top let's go and break this thing down judging his coutries the former chairman of a jimmy fund might gain ruth catching his pitch mike andrews that photo argh who caught that ball with his junk wishes mike andrews even stood a chance of getting his glove on that ball mike andrews might as well i'm not shown up and not for the pa announcer saying his name nobody would have known he was even there but that wasn't even the most illfated part of that intro stretching his foods as the former chairman of a jimmy fund mike andrews all right jordan fired in their fire it in there on second thought maybe just market in their jordan likes small us in the samlot just walked the ball in clearly and you probably knew this warming up the bullpen you did not have your best stuff that night even the best had their off days but the best part might have been after the crowd gasped in horror the endgame organise waste no time in firing up the world sir in a blatant attempt to turn the page and get everybody to look away and think about something else fetching his kunitz is the former chairman of the jimmy fund mike andrews all right jordan fired in there.

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