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"joe maggio" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

08:04 min | 4 months ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Entirely all right? We're on the brink. It's GonNa Happen. twins don't start till Friday in Chicago against the white. SOX, but action starts tomorrow, WH, what do you think common? What? What do you think we're GONNA? See? And how much do you think we're going to like it or be disappointed by? I think we're going to surprise me like it. Now I? Do know that baseball's already tried the mess it up. If I had noise and 'cause, that's what that's what they do. That's the MLB does I mean I love just that. You're the to give and take the back and forth. Day decided. Gee, and then some of you know like high school. Pick up, things but I think we're GONNA like it better than we think the players are going to be. Be More motivated and the talk teams will play well and I certainly put the twins in there. Because here's the key to teams with a key veterans. This is a veteran oriented season. Sixty Games short spur. These guys play well. Then get themselves motivated. They have leadership Josh Donaldson, obviously going to help develop the twins Yankees, I think the Yankees GonNa be Super Super Super I mean jets thought the Atlanta yesterday. And Zim call about how what that emptiness felt like after losing that game and I'll to Home Ryan and and basically he, he told his teammates. Remember this. Remember have this feels so next year. We don't have to go through this again and they've been motivated from. They want so I think you're gonNA. See a team like the Yankees very motivated festival leadership with some great young players like a tortoise and everybody started is I'm calling the revenge toward the Astros? This has Yankees really hate the Astros now for a lot of reasons, it won't get the plane. Let's say claiming the playoffs fuck and so a guy. GonNa take leadership role here. He's gotTa play smart. He's going to get hurt. He's not GonNa make stupid dives, so I think you're gonNA see some really all out baseball for sixty games 'cause. Of course everyone is is two point seven. Two point seven of a normal when I think it's going to be surprisingly good, and then you get the weird stuff like that. The Yankees last twenty three games or against nobody's basically including the Blue Jays like an orphan team. So so we're going to see some wacky, and that's what we've become ever since sweater and social media. We WanNA see wacky stuff too, so we're gonNA see wacky stuff besides some great baseball stuff going to plenty of arguments. Does this count as is this record for real, but I think we're gonNA see some really good hard-nosed baseball right from the slot from seem more bunting sorta to the nerd Phil giants yesterday when I think within four outfield and Chapman. A beautiful bunch you know from the as and you're going to see more of that. Maybe maybe some slugger will break Joe Maggio's consecutive game hitting streak by punching life. Change when they put the shift on, it'd be a heck of a story for sure Kevin Kernan. Ball nine dot com you mentioned. The Astros a lot of people had expected. If the season started on time the Astros we're going to be under siege. For the obvious reasons, I've heard a few bog I say they. They're curious to see how it goes now for the Astros, but they're not as convinced as the onslaughts going to be quite as rigorous as it might have been. If the season started on on time, you have any sense what to expect about Astros getting hit hit at and and and teams trying to exact that sort of revenge. Well, unfortunately, they took the bullseye away from many teams 'cause they won't be playing them, but I, can Kia that and even I think it was yesterday. When the royal free time and stuff like that and and yeah, people are gonNA. Say All they really try and yeah. Every player I saw some certain trying every player, and some really hated it but I mean every player takes the Astros because they look at this well beyond. Well beyond shooting and it's it's it's and it's taking this the case. It's taking jobs away from guys that maybe didn't know what they were getting into. And as my Conforto for me this spring, when the when the mets, they were swept by the Astros and I was. Seventeen three games, that's still scored like forty three runs in the series and portal's line to me was perfect because he just want kids and he goes you know at the time. We really thought that we're all radiators now. We know that so so that's what there's nothing. That really irks a ball player and that kind of cheating and taking money from another ball, because that's quite a lot of guys lawsuit job because they came up and maybe fish against these guys all suddenly get hammered around, so yeah, they won't get hit as much as they would have because it would have been more teams aiming for. For events, but I think they ask, those are still going to be. They asked US went out of your little bit because they won't have to go to every stadium. Mount here, the fans ripping them and everything and the clanging in the bank, but all the stuff that would be fun, but it's never gonNA. Go Away I think this is real. That's debatable. I love you know he's really going to have a challenge here, but I would love to see. I would love to see it I mean again. We talked about what you is could be like. Imagine if the Yankees and Astros soak up again. Man. Exactly to mind of course that would mean a sweep of. The Yankees that's like that's very rare to Let me run a Patrick Roisi theory by you. You know you know the legendary Rossi. He has written that he thinks there's a little bit too much optimism about the twins. His theory is yes. The lineup could be all time. If the players are. Careers last year continue in that vein, and you had donaldson obviously legitimate hitter, who also might add a little bit of spark in the clubhouse as well but he says look at sixty games. You know that he he believes spring training can be a little bit overrated, and how long it is that it's not doesn't need to be as long as it really is in most years, but that it is used by hitters to work on their timing. Timing and so his assumption is, he believes hitters are going to start behind pitchers. The twins are more of a hitting team. That's what made them. That was their trademark last year. Bullpen legit starters, though nothing all that special, so he thinks there's a chance to twins are going to struggle a little bit more over the sixty, because the hitters will not have as much time as they're accustomed to to figure out who they are. What do you think? I think that that is catching up rapidly and I I watch all the games that were available to see with the different teams, and plus with the You know you're playing you own team and I would say a week. That would have been true, but here's what leaving out. He's forgetting. The infamous dead on period happens every spring. You know dump point these pitchers who already granted up twice? We're GONNA hit that dead on period, and I think that'll that'll really bring the head of Head, plus I think the gain I actually think it's easier to concentrate and focus as a hitter the way it is no. No people don't vans on all this stuff, so I actually think the hitting is going to be fine. I think it's it's to be namic. It's GonNa be, and now the guys can actually get you know. They can actually see things, and they're not getting caught up in the crowds. Maybe when they hit a line drive down the opposite field, the luxury hustle and get triples and things, so I think the hitting them. They find and I actually think it's wins. have been be in great shape because I. Think the Donaldson signing was just what they needed. You needed that sparked floods. The heck with you. I'm beating. Grew Up. Part knows, and you've. It'd be hard, nosed and the only thing. I say they'd better hit 'em. You know I don't know exactly where line it's GONNA flush out, but I know the guy loves his certain spots in the lineup, so so don't don't have set. Out Do wherever Johnson. Yeah, do and Nelson Cruz with the PLA. Yeah, a help a happy. Is a productive Donaldson that's for sure you know you.

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"joe maggio" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Giants Splash

"All the way into the right field corner. Mcgee races around Third Hill scored. Easily rollins racing around third. He's heading home and he will score the throw heading toward third Henderson with a safe. A two run triple for Ricky Henderson and that has tied the game at six. All right. It's now a tie game Joe. Dimaggio comes up and of course you know Joe Dimaggio was one of the great contact hitters of all time only needed to do was get a ball into the outfield and To get ricky home and he did and now at seven to sixty cows and At that point you must've been. You must've been thrilled because I there really had not been any kind of shifts in momentum's game right now there hadn't and Joe Maggio hadn't done much in the series but there's something about him you don't just say well I'm GonNa sit you down I. It's a tough one some people. Yeah but I wasn't going to do that. And here. He finally comes through with a big sacked. Fly Right and certainly no surprise that you did that. But it's just. My team felt a little more complete their. Now we've got the lead and What are we going to do with it? Well you're gonNA hopefully which got a seven six lead in this series as offensive as it had been. You know. Wouldn't seem to save so you turn to Dennis Eckersley which Tony Larussa did Just all the time and with complete faith that he was going to get the job done except for that one game in the world series in nineteen eighty eight. He was on to save the seven six lead. That Joe Dimaggio provided with Zach. Lie and with two outs. In the night we had a match up. That really defines what this series is about. You have one of the Games. Great closers against the best pure jeter. Who Ever played the game? Ted Williams to outs nobody on John Miller last of the ninth inning California. The seventy six lead and Dennis Eckersley chew down and nobody on trying to wrap it up here with two strikeouts to Ted Williams. Hey does anybody remember the name? Kurt Gibson anybody thinking about discreet repeating itself here and a big game act with a true strikeout trying to make sure that that does not happen. Piece ask Eckersley to the plate and he struck out swinging. The ball game is over and Northern California. Now has a three games to one lead in the series beating Southern California seventy six and heading now to Ted Williams Hometown San Diego for game five tomorrow and there. You have it a seven six victory northern California's lead in the series. And this is going to be a tough one for the so calcio come. Yeah you know. I'm I'm feeling just awfully good about this knowing that we're gonNA come back home If we need to for the last six and seven in Oakland and San Francisco and Try Not to get Sound too cocky with the with the press afterward you know because I have so much respect but the thing that Eckersley would strike out Ted Williams not just get him out would strike him out to end the game. I'm just feeling like our team is a little bit overwhelming for them. Yeah and and really what you should have done was invited some of the reporters into the room who wrote stories doubting your ability to win this series and just by moon them or something like that. I mean that really would be a a classic managerial move. But you're too classy for that. Well they're they're quiet for now. I just hope that continues. Yeah like you said Game five would. This'll be the last game that will be played in southern California. It's going to shift to Petco Park. And we're also were shifting out Ted Williams hometown. So I'm sure he's going to be he's going to be really up for it Interesting pitching matchup With the hardest. Throwers who ever played the game. You got game one winner Randy Johnson. He's GonNa be pitching for the series championship for the knockouts on. He's going to be going on normal. Rest so you've managed this very well. So are notwithstanding Dave Stewart. Getting roughed up a little bit In in this game but You're going to have a Randy Johnson on normal risks and he's going to go against game two loser Walter Johnson. Who's pitching short rest? And I mean. That's what pitchers did in nineteen thirteen. So I don't think you can go into this game assuming that You know Walter. Johnson is his arm is GonNa fly off just because he's pitching short rest. I mean this is really long restaurant. Isn't it yeah it really is? I mean you know. We don't have the off days. Which is why pitchers routinely worked on three days rest with the travel and the world series. You Pitch Games one four and seven. I'm I'm kind of keeping that. That thought the two of US managers here the go with a three man. It's it's it's it's two days on the calendar but in reality if it were a real world series it would be. You'd be working on three days rest. We're just going with the three man rotation thought You know keep that old style which that was the case in world series for a million years and you know a lot of guys did come back on literally on two days. Rest Mickey Low. It'S GROVER CLEVELAND. Alexander Sandy Colfax. It actually happened quite a bit. Nate Lubar debt so We'll we'll just see how this goes. Okay and Walter. Johnson's are they used to have two men rotations in the world series so This will not be unusual for him. So thank you again. Reuss Jenkins the manager of the Northern California team in this golden greats world series. We'll talk to you After game five you might champagne on your head. You might not so good luck in the game San Diego every. Thank you for listening. Each sure to subscribe to the giants splash for as plus podcast. You can hear future recaps from this golden greats world series..

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"joe maggio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:42 min | 10 months ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I am a Chiefs Hater I been a raider fan my whole life. I think that's understandable. I think chief's Fan should hate the raiders and all that that's just the way of the world I thought it was really cool Jack Youngblood who was on my show Friday who played for the rams and they had a great rivalry with San Francisco. I go Jack when you look at the niners. Do you think i. I hate those guys or do you think it's been a long time. Got A lot of respect for him and he said I hate those guys. I love that answer because what are you suspect. I played them them twice a year for eleven years that generation. You know the whole I tell the story before about Joe Maggio and eighty nine world series too like hey jolt and Joe were thinking about naming the new stadium after you know how you know go giants. And he's like I'm not gonNA root for the National League. Are you crazy not gonna root for the giants like an remind. I love that old school stuff. Jack Jack Doria check young blood. What do you think the niners I hate those guys? It's old school man. It's old school now. That third-down play. I mean tyreek Hill is an emotional guy. He said so himself after winning the bowl and he said I know for me when it was twenty two ten that I was kind of down. The game wasn't going how I wanted it to go. Well yeah they look like they were done they were lifeless. They had just thrown another interception. You GotTa understand if you've been watching the niners and and especially around here where I've we've been watching the niners all year. They just had such a great vibe. A lot of people say oh we love love you todd. This team actually looks like they really like each other. There's no you know all in Smith's getting arrested and the niners went do a long patch of guys getting arrested and have an abuse and things they don't have the Ruben Fosters and the McDonalds and Miller's they really seem to fight for each other and it just also seem this year that everything goes to the niners way now they dropped one to Atlanta and they had you know a field goal in the rain and Baltimore and they had a hiccup against Seattle but for the most part when the niners get rolling. It's game over. We've been watching that since the summer. It's just over so I thought it was over. No team has been able to fight back from that but the other thing that I heard and I didn't I'll be honest with you. I didn't notice during the game for people who were there saying it was ninety percent chiefs fans and that the noise was deafening for the chiefs. Now that's also understandable. was they have not gone fifty years. I don't remember. I was four years old when they are in the Super Bowl. I remember sitting down and saying that. Len Dawson Hey. I'll be gets hurts Tom. Flores can get in. I didn't say At that point so I understand that it's tough but that crowd was trying to get behind him and Patrick Mahomes couldn't find anybody open and interceptions on consecutive drives and the niners capitalize on that and and so then they didn't panic and apparently he helps hill settled down Hill said quote Pat. Being pat he came came to me he was like ten. I need you man. I need to get your mind riding. Believe it's twenty ten bro. I'm like dude. It's twenty ten seven minutes to go in the fourth quarter. He's like come on man he was able to get my mind right. He was able to calm me me down. He just told me just believe man. Well then I mean that's a lot of maturity there and Patrick Mahomes. I mean like you're disappointed blinded when you throw a pick pick of the super bowl. You're going to be disappointed. I'm going to jump up and down. But he seems pretty unflappable Was it Jimmy Ward. That almost took his face off when he was running towards the goal line and it popped ball out and it went backwards to quasi tart. Thank you he can take some hits. It always seems like to me like mahomes one of those guys he. He doesn't know how to position himself for a hit his. It's always come like he's surprised by it but this really I mean if you think about that point that the achieved would score twenty one points in the fourth quarter the final score line is misleading. Because this really wasn't an eleven point game it took another heroic comeback by Mahomes uh-huh and you take ten point deficit and turning into an eleven point win. I mean for much of the first forty thirty five minutes. Fifty minutes of that game. The niners were heading towards their sixth championship. First since ninety four their their defense would have been cemented is one of the best of their generation because they shut down the chiefs explosive passing game. How do you shut down? Patrick Mahomes I mean how do you do it. Well mahomes five point eight yards per pass through the first three quarters two picks checking down on checking down. The chiefs rallied to score touchdowns on three straight drives. Now that last touchdown has been misleading. Because had the chiefs chiefs got in a first down then the game was over and so once he got the first down they let them pretty much. Go for a touchdown. I liken ended Tom my friend that like why they let them score. They weren't trying to let him score. But it's sort of like on a walk off. Hit The outfielders. Just jog in when they don't even get the ball they just the ball bounce off the fence or rolled a wall the balls on the warning track. Aren't they getting it. Because the game's over so and then to see Andy Reid with his team up. Eleven with five seconds laughed laughed. He still scheming. And okay. We gotta do this. GotTa just go back go back way way to throw the ball is you can i. It's it's not physically. Even of mahomes homes handed the ball to Nick Bosa and said run it into the end zone. Nick Bosa would have run the ball into the endzone as time expired tired and even if they had gone for two they still would have lost by three but they weren't taking any chances at that point but the The comeback some people said it was inevitable. I didn't think that way. And why because I've watched the niners all year. If this was the raiders I think You know Mahomes is coming back you just know and honestly titans and Texans no offense. You could say well twenty four. Nothing I did think that one was over mahomes like you never know. I kinda that said that. Taras more to various more touchdown or interception that to me kind of felt like it was dumb but with the That forty four yards downfield strike from homes and Hill to turn a third long on their own side of the fifty into a first and intend deep in forty niners territory three plays in a penalty later the chiefs got in and they got to three points and third and forever as they said on the broadcast. Joe Buck this is after cal. Shanahan WanNA challenge inge that negated a sixteen yard completions from Mahomes Hill. Because mom for some reason homes tried to catch the ball with his elbows and his chest instead of his hands and then it looked like first and ten on the forty niners forty nine yard line but no it was not their day. Didn't seem like jacket and instead down by ten third and fifteen on their own thirty five yard line with seven minutes left and if they didn't convert people were saying they'd have to go for I wouldn't have gone for it. I wouldn't have gone for it because there's seven minutes left and you have all three timeouts if if you don't get it maybe if it's like less than five but fourth and fifteen on your own thirty five you're you're giving away the super bowl with seven minutes left now if you're down by three scores than you have to do and you're only down by two scores but it didn't matter they got the first and my Buddy Josh Duboe of the AP he pointed out that the forty niners surrendered only two first downs on forty five third and fifteens or longer this year and the play was called. Now it's going to live in infamy or or beyond when you think about it but it was called the two three jet chip wasp. That's according to Peter King all right we'll take a quick break. We'll come come.

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"joe maggio" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Does it hit and roll forward as a hidden take a hop and then spin backwards. You'll be able to see trajectory as a putz from that. You'll be able to sort of quantify the the advantage of being able to hit long approach shots with a steep descent angle or short approach shots with a certain amount of spin be able to quantify the difficulty of downhill left right putz versus uphill fairly straight pots. So the additional data. That's that's coming. We'll we'll also sort of be this this great a sandbox for the Gulf analytics world to the plan and one more thing I I'm always interested in how the availability of new data or new ways collecting that data allows us to go back and look at some of the great players and appreciate them in a different way. Perhaps and so. I wonder when you look back. I can't say Tiger Woods through the Lens of strokes gained or or some of the ways that we can look at golf performance. Now is it just that he hit the ball. Farther and more accurately. or in retrospect was he also in his prime ah a very smart or in Likley optimized player so the hardest part of the game to measure traditional stats was the approach game tee shots on par three second shots on par fours and sometimes the second or third shot on on on par fives because Putz clearly doesn't do that. Greens in regulation sort of mixes tee shots and second and third shots. And of course whether you hit the fairway or or not is not a direct measure of of these approach shots in a turns out. Tiger Woods was one of the best players ever because he was really good at just about every phase of the game but he was so good with his approach. Shots that if he was an average driver the ball average average wedge player short game player an average putter. He would still be number one in the world he was he was sort of. You know that much beyond beyond everybody else that when you added in how much better of a putterer was and how much of a wedge player and how much better the driver of the ball. He was then he became. You know about a stroke. Better than the number two player on the world he would have been in the top ten just with his approach shots and if you take look at his career season after season his you know putting vary it a little bit in a short game varied a little bit but he was never out of the top five in approach shots during the shot lengthier which is just sort of phenomenal. People I don't think realized how critical that was to his the success. He was not only one of the greatest players of all time but he was certainly the greatest at at approach shots. And there's one other thing in the strokes folks gain lands if I can if you can you know stick. This went in which is sort of you know related to to baseball. which is you know what what is one of the most phenomenal streaks in in on sports but in particular baseball I'm thinking of the fifty six game hitting streak yet of Joe Maggio? The books have been written about this so I was looking at we. We need more records and streaks and fun things like this in golf also I looked at streaks of beating the field. So what do I mean by by beating the field if a player scores shoots a sixty nine in one round in the field average of seventy one point four then. The player score was better than the field average. So the player beat the field so in any round you can compare a player flare score to the field average score and either the player beat the beat. The fielder the player didn't and so if you're an average player you're going to beat the field half the time and and you can ask across all of golf history that we have data for. What's the longest streak of a player beating beating the field so round after round after round? How many rounds in a row you know did a did a player beat the field? And how long was was that street and I've asked you know many different people including PGA tour pros but Amateur Golfer. Scoff Writers and and most people's guesses was on the order of twenty or thirty rounds has got to be the record. How could you how could you do do better than that? And it turns out that Tiger Woods as you might expect owns the the record for the longest streak of beating the field and it was eighty nine rounds in a row. Eighty nine well. When was that and that was in the around two thousand which is his? Most host phenomenal phenomenal season. Eighty nine rounds in a row and second on the list so one other way you can you can look at. How amazing is that is that record is what's the gap between first and second and so for the Joe Dimaggio streak second is like forty four after after fifty six in golf second place was I believe thirty? Four Tigers at eighty nine and second place was was thirty four rounds in a row consecutive rounds beating beating the field while that raises another question for me. I guess which is what role does Play because you know random variation plays a pretty big role in baseball but in Gulf is there a clutch. Is there evidence of Clutch nece. Is there a great repeatability. For Round Two round and tournament to tournament or is there a lot of fluctuation around whatever the players true talent level is so. Oh that's one of the things that I'm looking at Currently and I don't have any any results two to report but the idea of how do you how do you measure performance under the pressure in in. Golf is sort of a a current topic of Researcher mine all right well we will according to the results then and now now you can follow Marc at Mark Brody on twitter. His book is every shot counts. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me.

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"joe maggio" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"So neither of US come here. You know they say that a thing of beauty is a joy forever. I WanNa cut you someday. You'RE GONNA make a man how wonderful annuity little her relationships. If you look at a lot of them they were very often with older men famous man's successful man she was looking looking for that one figure that she thought would mean protection and sanctuary a home girl goes to a party in his some guy. The great big log in a fancy striped this strutting around like Tiger giving you that I'm so handsome you can resist me look and from this. She supposed to fall flat on her face well. She doesn't fall on her face. Is another guy in the room. We me over in the corner. He was kind of nervous in shine perspiring. I you look past then you sort of sit. These these gentlemen kind in wearing he'll be tender with you we that's what's really exciting citing when she was a small child she liked to pretend that Clark Gable was her father. Obviously she had a great admiration for these big strong men manly men very smart man so the two husbands she chose herself Joe Maggio and Arthur Miller were American heroes hello and welcome to part five of the killing of Marilyn Monroe. I'm Jackie Moran in this episode. We're going to look at the significant men in Marilyn's life not only her three husbands but all her other love affairs including with the two most charismatic and powerful men in America and we will see how ultimately it was Maryland's dangerously tangled life that sealed her fate and resulted in her death breath. Everything associated with the life and death of Marilyn. Monroe is as murky as anything else. We've ever come across forces counter countermanding one another. Everybody had an angle. Everybody had something to protect the high and we will hear from Maryland herself as she opens her heart in the last interview she gave before her mysterious death here off on creatures. Thank God for people try and touch natural as we have already seen Maryland had learned from a very early age that her extraordinary beauty held a power over men sometimes with horrific rick consequences. Here's author and Hollywood historian Bill Burns before she even reach puberty before she was teenager. She was sexually actually molested by one of the foster parents that she had any sense for innocence was completely destroyed. She was turned into a sexual creature her before she was a teenager that meant psychologically that the only response she had any stimulation from men was sexual later as a young wannabe desperate to make it in Hollywood Maryland had suffered but also exploited the infamous casting couch in order to to attract the attention of the men who mattered what haven't Maryland had always been very promiscuous and very willing to sleep with Hollywood producers power people in Hollywood. Everybody was sleeping with her from her agents. Johnny Heidi William Morris from McKee Rooney also Louis Mayor was the head of metro-goldwyn-mayer gold mayor the head of MGM. She was in France with Maryland and she was passed around the entire studio in one thousand nine hundred fifty three. She was not only the biggest movie star in the world but also the most lusted after woman on the planet a year earlier she had started a high profile romance with New York Yankees Legend Joe Dimaggio and on January fourteenth nineteen fifty four Hollywood's hottest property baseball's greatest player made it official. Here's Marilyn herself speaking about Joe. Well I met him. The year human ties had already been time I saw him for a a year and a half two years and we married in San Francisco and his background. You know his family they they were in the grids advantage. Come time and humor young at the time they'll dig. He was one flexibly and you could use basically anything from history. Reggie can fifth so canned good some things about me and I understood posted something about Jimmy. They Kirs Dimaggio biographer Jerome Sharon when Joe Berry's man early desperately in love. She's gorgeous and she's Mrs Joe Chiro or we should say that Joe Dimaggio was Mr Mr Marilyn Monroe would suddenly find his chagrin that she was much more famous than he was news of the wedding had been leaked to the press some say by Marilyn herself and at the ceremony the happy couple were mobbed by reporters and fans the huge public fascination continued continued on their honeymoon in Japan Maryland even interrupted the trip to tour the Korean front lines entertaining the troops I G I had an affect on people and so I I think until really late talk. He thinks he's going to go on a honeymoon to Japan where he was known. As Dimaggio's son the great American Ball player well they get off the plane and eased himself as a founded because thousands of people around the plane and they're all cheering and later on she goes and it is for the soldiers in Korea and she says Joe you know you never heard such chairing well. Of course she's not not deeply upset. He did hear the cheering you know every time you play the native but suddenly she's much more popular if you live in and he's the kind of the Klein back in America however cracks soon began to show this own jody module are presently having domestic difficulties when we think of the problems that the marriage Chad imagined in his mind that she would quit making films they would send him from the television. TV dinner and make love spend maybe goats when the Talian restaurant and go and father own and of course she she was much more complex than he was. Ah She had a career and she wanted to remain a star after just nine months as man and wife Marilyn and Joe separated when she he married him everything changed what Joe Dimaggio wanted was from Maryland to leave show business and she was a big star and stay stay home and B's wife only and make no publicity. That's why they got divorced. The pair remained friends however and after Maryland's Maryland's death it was Joe Dimaggio who organized her funeral. He will mourn her for the rest of the law. He really genuinely genuinely loved her. Do you know on his deathbed. His last words were at least I'll get to see Marilyn again when we think of her in the twenty first century we we don't think of her with Arthur Miller. You don't think of her with Frank Sinatra we think of her with Joe match kind of enduring up self Toko her throughout his life long after she thought if you're always on the go like me you you need a way away knows that everyone has a different travel style. 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"joe maggio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

13:31 min | 1 year ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Land Acura dealers city, mini golf Arnold Palmer, spike, all me out, who wants Arnie, Paul me. Mommy. What a movie, I know who wants Arnie Paul MEES Waddle. And Silvy, you bet. Did you play today? I played four and a half holes. Yeah. How'd you do one par one bogey made a massive apar- three actually two bogeys apartment, a massive apart three? And then I crush the drive on my last hole, and I skulled the approach shot from ninety five yards and I said to Mark at seven fifty four, let's pick it up and get into Ducros till I watched the second time I put it Karm. He's a talker. Never see up the second hole. I hit a nice dry but ended up in a little pug, Birkdale, get relief from that get relief. Thanks. Like if it wasn't going to give he was doing a radio show. Of course, I take the whole thing that's special play was Merck carrying his own bag. No, no. We were on a cart. I wish I could carry my own bag. But no, you can't drive in the cargo more than him time I call from carrying my own bag. A very I don't know what that means. Good. What do you think about that? Joe maggio. Taxi amount that yesterday, the P rose story. Oh my God. Mike francesa show. I mean is that an all time high texted these guys back? We're not believe he got Marilyn Monroe. You know, I mean degrees, car. Many was famous D'amoto. Yeah, yeah. But don't you was married to Maryland central while said, well, you hear the stories you ever hear Joan rivers story about him? No. Same thing. Like water bottle. Yeah. We were talking about that with Jeff Carlin by Tom Brady. Yeah. I heard yesterday. Think about that with Tom Brady. I mean it's per, he's got the supermodel wife. He's like the best quarterback Athere a such a good looking guy got everything. And like you're telling me now Joe DiMaggio fifty-six games you're talking about Frank Sinatra one of the greatest ever, and then they've got that going for them to an embarrassment of riches. It just goes to show you life's not fair, fair. Was that? Johnny Janis lost than what we're talking about. If anyone is just Google. Pete rose. Mike francesa Jody Maggio story, and you Johnny. Did you not play golf today? I did not. I, I was up at five thirty this morning. Getting in some calisthenics really drew. Yeah. He's doing burdens probably the greatest single exercise of you run in Gaspar's afterward. No gases whatsoever in deep lunges always liked to find myself in the deep lunch. She does doin do saw the weather and I saw the weather was not going to be pretty early on. And of course, was going to be wet and I'm quite tired and fatigue of being golf courses that are saturated. And so it's been miserable. Do kids still do? The jumping Jack is the jumping jacks considered a calisthenic do it. I think. Yeah. I think in high school or. Yeah. It's working everything. I it's homeless the perfect exercise. He jump a little bit. You get the rotation of the arms in there. Your full range of motion is what you're looking for you. Get the hips involved and you don't have to be a great athlete to do it. So you don't expose yourself. Injury. Purpose in all seriousness. That is, well, that's mountain climbers, therapies among keeps the hip saw all loosened up there with the synovium fluid. Nah, I don't know about the synovium I promise you can look it up. That's what you need. That oils. Your joints. It's exactly. Joe dimaggio. Yes, he did. It's like it's like it's, it's, it's a lubricant lubricant for your joints, down there. I'm not so sure. Can I can I give a round of applause to your co two the good kid that what? And a whistle. Whistle kid, I was I was stuck traffic was pretty good. But when you get to the Ohio feta ramp, sometimes no, the ones from the top to the bottom just walls, traffic nonstop. Bumper to bumper. And then there was your co finally talking some common sense into the equation that there's Michael Jordan anniversary of when he switched hands in game two Congo stadium. The ninety one NBA finals that, that is an over that was an overrated highlight. And your go was the one to talk because you're usually goes apple of what everyone thinks, but you're was the one to talk sense into cap in Danny and anyone who has that take the overrated. Well, first of all, we're the hell is it rated? It was it was the exclamation point was the bulls first ever or swan finals win. They never wanna game in the NBA finals Carmen. All right. Eighteen thousand six seventy six going crazy. The blown out the Lakers, Michael switches, hands. The, the roof was going to blow off of the place. It was the pasty fibia, right. Johnny throwing your rating Jordan's greatest moments. Whether him him with a shot against the Cavs or the six game against the jazz or winning on Father's Day against the Sonics or driving for fifty five against the sun's a winning game, one of an NBA final shot with the jumper like I could go on and on. No one rates that shot as his greatest shot to begin with. So for something to be overrated s to be highly rated. It is a symbolic moment in bulls history that we just celebrate because it was cool. And it was said it was an artist performance. Right. It was a Picasso that was yesterday. Size banks, she after he does work. You don't you just let them in work, Dr J underneath the basket in front of Jeff Landsberg Bob. Sorry, Mark Landsberg and that you know what? That's probably he probably had more important shots in his career. But that's one of those Picasso moments. Well listen you call yourself. There's, there's a hundred Jordan highlights to me that are like more memorable and better. I don't write the look faking one way going the other way. Dunking on Patrick Ewing. Madison Square Garden. Yes or call. Say if I'm putting together my greatest Jordan moments we lived through a Carmen. We know it. So how could it be overrated? Isn't it kind of overrated then because like they get what you're saying. You might think that it's like his greatest highlight. And it's it's like it's not his most athletic and picturesque play. But I mean it was the highlight of that game in that day. I mean it was just into wing. You finally after losing it home to the Lakers. And with the Chicago look, we didn't have a lot of championships back in nineteen Ninety-one. We the bears basically. Right. And then, like, are the bowls gonna lose the magic finally we get all this way we beat the pistons. And then on our home core. Jordan shot. Rattles out at the end of one. So, finally, like we're on their this. The bulls are blowing them out, and Michael goes down, what looks to be a dunk over Sam Perkins. And Perkins is going to block it. So he switches hands and the place I was there Karm the place is going crazy. It's one of the loudest moments I've ever heard at the Chicago Stadium. So it's the exclamation point on their first ever of something on the bulls. Franchise history. That's a big moment. He just took his pants off again. This is a very good kid. Today. It happens more than you realize it's a little overrated. But, but anything could be overrated. Like people say, the godfathers over came in there and after I made my impassioned speech about it. He comes in from the golf course he sits down. Here's the last like twenty seconds of it, and then he comes on and basically just. Gave me the guillotine right across the neck, Eric Williams. I felt like what would they tell the dragon when, when it was time to burn? Somebody is. Yeah. That's what I felt like karma. Just did he told the dragon behind me Makarios and I was sitting here and ashes car. Came thrones. Which, she commands the dragons, I think she says Carias and the dragons, light everything they say are man, and I give myself I was gonna say, and then you go. Club and. The drafter apple. Bala drakkar. You're still put on car to are still we're Johnson's baby powder in the polo Cologne. Oh, what a combo that is. You got that, right. Spoke his mind. I think it's a little overrated. Jio this stuff. Okay. Okay. Yes. I'll show them all Jordan's great highlights. I've got ultimate Jordan on DVD. I need to. You'll have a DVD player. That's the thing I don't know where the helmet play got one of my house. If you want, these sharp player home, she's got one China gave a beta machine player in a basement. I don't think it's usable but I think I had short for films for NFL sitting there as my highlight tapes from high school were all on beta. They're all. I used to call that a cowboy remote to excuse me cowboy remote, the remediate have there would give you slow revert all that. It was on one thing, the handle hooked up to the machine, and you can do whatever you want with it. When you're watching NFL. That's right. And by the way, also day. Dalton NFL films. A lot of the, you know, the television stuff was all on Betamax early, right? Early VHS then beat it out. Right. Remember laser disc. Yeah. Album. Blu. Ray, who had Blu Ray who's got Blu Ray Blu. Ray DVD player is a blue play everything on blurry. An xbox. No. Yeah. Yeah. But I just see my wife and I try and trying to upload something on the computer for this form that we have to send in for our youngest daughter going on this trip. We looked like the two two two Muppets sitting up in the balcony talking to each other had no idea. Just wanted the piece of paper to sign back upload that really. No, I go home tonight, and try to figure it all you put a virtual signature at stopping making my head hurt four Waddell. Drives me crazy. You know. And it's not as crazy as that crazy stuff, man. I'll what's wrong then. Well, listen, I American cash. But when you've got kids all over the country, and you're here in van Mohan there you the next thing. Out or hundred dollars and I couldn't get out of my phone. I'm slamming it against the table. How do I get the four hundred? Phone says it's there. You have received four hundred dollars. Gonna please. What happened? I just cashed out some money at express fat. Okay. What happens when you cash out at express, or your TV, or the one, you do your, your day send you a check? Exactly hard is that it's the same thing, I've never cashed, the check for TV really put in a thousand four hundred and eighty eight dollars in better. Start winning down five twelve took some of my winnings for my Debbie hit my country house. Yeah. I said, check I love some ended. I took some out hit you for taxes. They did not take any taxes. Are they supposed to midnight yet now probably not enough? What they don't take that. You have to report it, though. They'll, they'll send it to be taxable in the horse racing industry. Six hundred six hundred times the bet it was. It was it wasn't six hundred times the bet. So there you go. So don't worry about right. So if you make a one dollar bet you win six hundred dollars. Now, you've, you have a tax liability. If you went six fifty. You've got so that's why Carney years ago. Do you wanna go with us to Jeff Carlin net flicks week from today? Honestly, let me find a sitter for my wife's out of town for work for a few. Let me get a sitter. I will do that. And I will let you know, but yes, put me down. Sons we're going to babysit us all garland. He said we signed in charge of the list by the weekend. And yes, I mean, I feel like like a kid again, back in the bar when he gave me his phone number, that was sort of a big moment from imagine what you had to. Finally, get a phone number. I would not connect those. Can I have your number? Yeah. And so, I would think maybe like you get your first autograph hanging around Wrigley, and Ron Santo comes over and says, can I sign that for you? Was never an autograph gone ever ever. I've never been a memorabilia guy, nor an audit. I like taking picture with somebody. Turn this year lasts forever. Yeah. I down as a. Yes. I'm gonna make sure it happens anything new on the Kimbrell front here, guys. He's starting to get that one thing we feeling well, there's nothing to do with kimbrel. Not everyone believes what's going on. We gotta figure this out because Ken Rosenthal is good as it gets. But perhaps are the I mean, maybe there, maybe the.

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"joe maggio" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Tiny didn't have anything to play for come like June twenty six as nicely versus the joke yet injuries. So yeah, we're his numbers overall better. I guess some of the numbers you wanna say, we're better. But the bottom line is. Was the rookie of the year. And I think if people watched both of their full season it's impossible to disagree with that, bro. He didn't play fucking full season. He two-thirds of the year. If that like come on didn't even hitting his numbers against lefties Otani where he owed twenty against them. I think it was he couldn't hit lefties and he didn't play the field of a coward to do that. He pitched fifty innings. He made ten starts. Ten fucking starts. Anyone can make ten starts numbers. Were. He is numbers were identical. The chase treats I tweeted that has absolutely job. It was funny fucking tweet. But they were like, I mean, you pitch fifty innings men who cares. Like, it's never been done before. And I do think Tani's really cool, and he's don't, you know, he if he stays healthy, and he gets his arm Backley eat could revolutionize baseball like Disney. People don't try and copycat him baseball could be different sport in a couple of years with all these guys doing this this and that and trying to do to much, but the fact is that he tried to pitch and he ruined his arm, and then yeah, you hit the baseball shore. But you play one hundred games man, playing one hundred sixty two and almost did almost. And and the angel sucked is into anything the second half of the other felt the fucking floor. When when the Yankees were shambles. And Harr was the consistent voice in the in the lineup that was just continually gnashing a double. He broke them. He tied the MLB record for doubles by rookie. He broke the NT rookie record. Some some bonding. Joe Maggio no longer has the record anymore because Miguel. Joe DiMaggio doesn't have a record anymore. Fucking insane. It's crazy. And like you have your shit, and they're like, oh, you're you're crying over to war. Meanwhile, he did the same thing the next day with Alex Cora when I will say, I don't love. I wanna just be the guy. We don't want to be the the fan base care so much about into war when I think about him. I just think of the Mets they met the Mets pining like dealer outwit Cy Young this year. She wouldn't be p to a few years ago r a Dickey won Cy Young you thought they were like under fifty when baseball team based on how they celebrated that to one rookie of the year two. So I get a lot of these awards. It's like who cares? Like you have that. I just care about world's. Here's what I liked I into her to win. Yeah. For sure. But I mean, I didn't lose a wink of sleep over. No, no. And I like I said at the end I had like probably three three to four tweets about. And now it's just like at the end of every tweet. Oh, I won't get worked up about this. But I was getting worked up about it. But like I mean, the Yankee I mean, that's. Reddish fights said he almost rather lose have his players lose awards so much more fun to be upset than it is like, oh, yeah. We won this award, which is kind of true. But I don't know. I just hated that. He wasn't rewarded for that type of season? And and fucking Otani of all people my arts nemesis did win the award for bullshit. So I don't know. And that could be the last time, we kinda mention Miguel and harmony in on the keys in the same sentence. Depending what happens the next month and a half or two with with these trades something else sunny going to be on the move here. It's just a matter of where it sounds like it's going to happen. Pretty soon Shuna they thought winter meetings..

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"joe maggio" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Wednesday night. Am I might as well be a Bryce Harper night? As USA today is basically calling the shot. Hopefully, it doesn't become a baseball version of Dewey, defeats Truman more. We're all looking at this headline a month. Valid saying what did they right, but yes, it is a headline. It is up right now. Bob Nightingale USA today. Bryce, I'm reading this for beta like, this is what the headline of the posters, Bryce Harper will sign with the Phillies, you could Bank on it. And I laid out a case last night while I think it is it's becoming more and more likely, it makes more and more sense day by day with all the teams the big market teams cubs. Yankees Red Sox dodgers, not really involved. But Bob Nightingale took it once that further, and he basically put the hammer down and said you could Bank on this happening Jackson for your plan highlights. We're ready thinking I'm already to the point where it's going to happen. I'm going to be let down I'm going to be heartbroken of a dozen. It's it's going to happen. I'm not I'm not even worried anymore. Are you ready to buy the shares? Are you gonna go by whatever? Whatever. Thanks. I'm gonna grow up. You're gonna look just like Jack is all unless you've done Don in Delaware. Thanks. What's up Donny? Yeah. What's going on Joe? So I got a question. So the idea behind Harper's great you pair Harper Hoskins. Maybe you're still waiting a couple of years before you can go for you know, the World Series. I know sometimes you get that head start. But. But if you can get trout and give up Hoskins six zero. Maybe do you throw them in there and somebody else just not Nola? I think you've got to do it. If you get Harper to pair Harper and trout together. Yes. Donny. I hate the idea of giving up a ton because I feel like it's better to have a base of young players and then signed guys have free agency. And and not to give up your good young players. But. If they were to the deal, you laid out there if it was possible to actually get trout there last night said they're not trading in the season. But anyway, if you could it would be hard for me to say, no as much as I like Reese Hoskins mean, we're talking about the one of the greatest players ever. Because at the same time, you still have your good player Santana playing first base. He's going to get on base. Those two guys are going to get him moved on base. And he's gonna score probably a hundred and ten hundred and thirty runs if he's hitting into two whole and you got Harper trout flipping in three and four maybe you put those two together. Donny like, I think that Hoskins and Harper would be a dynamic one to power punch, but if you had trout and Harper you're talking about really to hall of future hall of famers, one guy in trout, that's probably gonna go down as the top. I'm not even being over the top and easy to go down as a top five baseball player ever. And then trout and then Harper whose great in his own. Right. I mean that would be the base of a great lineup. You could if you have Harper hitting four Santana and trout hidden in front of them somewhere. Harper would have one hundred and seventy Rb is in a year. I certainly could. Yeah. No. He could Donnie the idea of even the ideas fund, the fact that we're the fact that we are having these conversations again, Donnie, I appreciate the call is fun. You know, this is more fun than Cameron Rupp and Tommy Joseph. I just having these conversations way anymore. Yeah. Hit eight eight seven to nine ninety five. All right. I mentioned that yesterday Scott Boris who by the way that guy's got some takes on baseball blaming teams for tanking calling out particular teams literally by name today for not competing. He got a lot to say. But yesterday as Scott Boras, of course, Bryce Harper's agent made the rounds out in Carlsbad and talk to the media. He did a spot on MLB network radio. And if you are someone out there who were saying, jeez. What are these guys talking about? They wanna give Bryce Harper Bryce Harper. Three hundred fifty Bryce Harper four hundred million. He's not worth it. He's overrated. Well, let's let Scott Boras made the case for how many athletes when they finished and then became a free agent or twenty five years of age. Well, since nineteen eighty they've only been four embraces the fourth. So I went in and you look at for example, those who've done what Bryce has done a hundred and eighty home runs or he has a particular PS Kanner sluggy measure on base percentage measure, and you go through these things you find out that the only players who done the what. He's done meets those levels of performance every one of his whole same. So now you though it and say everybody who does this and I have fourteen ways to show why someone who at twenty five or younger who does this in? Every instance is a hall of Famer. So you'll get to say to everyone involved. This is what we're dealing with. We're dealing with something that is rarely come along. You can look at age twenty two performance only like Joe Maggio. Are you look at walk rates and home runs only like Mickey Mantle you walk through all these things you realize the rarity of the performance. The rarity of the performance rice. Scott Boras should negotiate our next contract. I would love to have Scott Boras an agent like it's just an could you imagine? It's like an everyday life. If we had Scott Boris representing us with our bosses when we sign our contracts, or we, you know, we discussed salary or whatever like that guy. Just even if you didn't know anything about Bryce Harper say, wow, he's one of the greatest players of all time. You heard that mess with Scott Boras does and that's why he's the best at what he does. Here's something to keep in mind, though. Is this whole thing plays itself out? There's a lot of Scott Boras clients on the open market last week, we had Jerry Crasnick on who's obviously wanna baseball's longtime best insiders, and he pointed out to us that Scott Scott Boris was really kinda friendly chummy with Dr Middleton down at spring training last year area. Scott Boras clients signed the Phillies have Vince Velazquez, Nick Williams. Also Scott Boras clients, and you know, over the last five six years. A big reason the nationals have been so good. They get all the Scott Boris clients. And Jack, I think you said it last night. Maybe the Phillies are going to become Boris's new place like just going to funnel. All my guys there in the one guy didn't mention was the Japanese lefty koseki. Yes, he is a boar's client as well. This that becomes a thing where you you fear it a little bit because you don't want to just take all guys because then you get caught up in D relieving want these players or they're that good. But there's a benefit and the benefit is you get a lot of really good players because he seems to have a lot of really good players every single year. Eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four pound on four nine four on your ATT. Verizon wireless, cell phones. We started the show with some second-half hype for the eagles. It's also morphed into hyper Bryce Harper is USA today speculating tonight, Bob Nightingale, they're insider speculating that Bryce Harper will indeed be a Philly, and he said you can Bank on it. That is from the article itself. This. I'm going to read this to you. And we'll come back. We'll talk more about the Phillies aren't blinking. This is the player they want..

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"joe maggio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And other memorable songs including coming back to me and plastic fantastic lover mandalit del Barco, NPR news, President Donald Trump today signed an eight hundred and fifty four billion dollar spending Bill that will keep the government operating through December seventh -verting any chance of a government shutdown with a critical midterm elections. Now just weeks away. Trump signed the legislation to find the military and several other civilian agencies without journalist, President Trump's actions come after house and Senate lawmakers earlier this week approved the spending package, I'm up end of the week on Wall Street. The Dow gained eighteen points to close at twenty six thousand four fifty eight the NASDAQ rose four points, the S and P five hundred was essentially flat. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky peer educators are hoping the national debate over the alleged sexual misconduct by supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is a teenager will be a teaching moment. Powerless ski is an NYU senior who leads workshops on consent to high school freshman. She expects her students to bring up parts of testimony when they begin their workshops in November. I think can awaken a lot for high school students, and I think it will start conversations, and perhaps allow them advocate change within their own social groups, but only if we handle this correctly and offer them guidance ski as volunteer with peer health exchange, which teaches sex Ed to high schoolers across the city David Wright has made it back into a major league game. Grounding out in his first plate appearance for the Mets in nearly two and a half years sidelined by neck back and shoulder injuries. Since may two thousand sixteen right came up as a pinch hitter tonight against the Miami Marlins leading off the bottom of the fifth. Swung at the first pitch. Grounding out to third the thirty five year old Mets captain return to the dugout with a big smile on his face where he high five and hug several teammates right is scheduled to start tomorrow night against the last place Marlins in his farewell game. Before sellout crowd at city field. And in Boston right now, the Yankees lead the Red Sox eleven to four in the eighth the Yanks now just five ounce away from clinching home field for the American League wildcard game against Oakland next Wednesday. The winner would play Boston in the best of five division series a little history made at Fenway Yankees. Rookie third baseman Miguel Andujar tied. Joe Maggio's nineteen thirty six rookie doubles record at forty four. And the Yankees have tied..

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"joe maggio" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

"Here's just so much bigger than everyone didn't matter. Don't care. It's still a record. It's still counting the. Yeah, but I'm saying. Is not the same in any way, shape or form since I record was created. So I have my mind. Koby kinda has a record because he was playing the same game. We're playing now. The place what Brett farve two wilt. No, no. I'm saying it's not the same game. It's not. It's not the same sport anymore. It's really basketball, but it's not like it's just it's not. Well. He'll also average fifty points game one. Yeah. Like you're playing like collagen college gyms at best will would have been like Tim, Duncan. Yeah. You can go on next. Let's very. Well, Ted to keep it relevant and have it be basically the same game. I don't really think anyone's ever gonna hit seventy three home runs. Again. I think that's the most breakable. Of the? No, I think Jodi Maggio's is the most breakable. You think a fifty three game hit streak is the most breakable fifty. Six. I would agree with Frank. It'd be six is more doable than seventy three. I think what Jim Carlos sat and have last year almost. Okay. It's thirteen off. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly what I'm saying. Everything that the consecutive hit record is more breakable than the homerun rose got to forty four games in a row with ahead. And there was intentionally walked four times because people hated Pete Rose yet, but Pete Rose, got the forty four only. He's also like the greatest hitter of all time. If they do that nowadays, I think they wouldn't count that as not towards your hit streak. Yeah, they're really technically soft. You technically went zero zero like you didn't record a at bat. That game a walk is not an at bat. I'm beaten asset that game. I'm going into Walker. Hey. I'm chasing history, ROY, nobody. In the history of the games. I had bet on that game. I am. I'm like, walk the fourth time. I'm charging the grounds for asking if I'm getting kicked out of the game. I am. I am so furious. So maybe the pitcher was gambling against him. I'll say this though, didn't demise you like another thirty game streak after up. Yeah, I think someone approaches that what a great baseball name Shota Maggio. Wife was begging John f. Kennedy who wasn't banging. Think anyone's going to touch bonds, homerun record. I think I think they will door dude, Sosa and McGwire juiced up there bunghole. So very ponds. Exactly what I'm saying though. Like you, Aaron, judge. I don't know what did he hit like fifty last year. Something like that stands in the fifties, the best home run hitters in this day and age. Even with basically the MLB admitting that they've juiced baseballs. They're not gonna hit seventy three. That's ridiculous. Number of what we make on death and all that again, like. When I die. Okay. Yeah. Here ranked so so. So we'll do the bat, but on Alex's death we collect, do you're such a jerk. Got. I got another thing for you. Here's the thing about the berry ponds that everyone fails to realize he had to separate hall of fame careers all in one career anyway. Anyone that he was a hall of Famer before he Jews in a hall of Famer after juiced. So yeah, I mean, it was just a puree hitter. Yes, decided to drink his testicles yet a nice sweet swing in a nice, but pretty much walkout cricket paddle. Like one of those Mark Maguire like aluminum, bats, those those are great. You could hit that ball down like four blocks, greatest wiffle ball bat of all time. Which are the most breakable? Yeah. Okay. People say that are not them to. Joe DiMaggio. Joe Maggio's is the most breakable. Okay. I'm gonna go, Joey chestnuts hotdog record. Think that's breakable. There will be somebody in this world of billions of people that can shovel hotdogs on him out faster than Joey chestnut. Thanks to him. He's alleged his own. Right. But I think the next one, it's going to get broken. It's been held for a while. That's like a really big category is criminal of our scoring record. Any lebrons LeBron will be that. That's actually I'm completely withdrawing Joey chestnut. I think. Is your same bolts to hold the hundred meter so that, yeah, I think that's going to be the most breakable, but tiring could break that right now, Kenny? Yeah, they did..

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"joe maggio" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"With Marilyn Monroe just a little fact for the podcast and JFK and JFK Joe demise, you had sex AGIP k. though. Yeah. Well, either Joe Maggio Marilyn Monroe had sex JFK one of them I always mixed up, mature Monroe did, but the other fun, Joe DiMaggio, the one that that saying sexy edition of happy birthday Mr President to JFK. Ever must've been back. It is is that is probably more the most raunchy live performance of a PG song ever performed right s. to be right, shoot on horny performance. People were lining up to buy bootlegs of that, like the legs. Hear me sultry happy birthday to the president. All, hey, kid, five or some guys sitting with projector. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that's good stuff. Listening to her sing jerk. Noah. We'll figure it out. I don't know what we'll do. We'll figure something that makes sense. Because I mean, obviously like like you said, Ken Jacobs straight up fans, you'll be a lot of fun, but they'll send find wait include everyone. Maybe like where you beat us. Maybe like we create a lineup was like daily fantasy sites, but also like you said, I don't wanna spend money. No, the money's like the least of my concerns right now. I don't want to devote any head time too fancy football beyond just maintaining like the most thinly threaded grasp of friendships. I have currently the only reason I'm gonna sure. So worst and I have one that I've been doing. I've been doing in seventh grade with my friends back in Connecticut. Before I moved, it's been to know most to fifteen years now. Or are you the commission? The commission, not I'm commission, I'm sure my league Penn State league in its. Was there listeners and we actually had our live. We did our draft letter this week, some listen in and they will raise a here this that is one of the most fucking mind-bending Lee frustrating leagues to be a part of the arguments that happened before the draft starts is it's insane just about every fucking stupid detail. The other one, the Connecticut was great. We only just started playing for money recently because bragging rights were just as good. But part of part of the reason I don't like it anymore is because in twenty fourteen I had the best team I've ever assembled in set the league records for scoring touchdowns. Pretty much everything you can name went undefeated and then got to the championship game. And I think that was the game. Andrew lucked played against the Cowboys and through like two picks, and then they just benched shut him down now lost that championship game. So I was like, that was where I realized how much luck actually has to come into play and some end since a lot of instances like I know a lot of people argue like, we'll know us a game of skill. Well, yeah, it is. But. It can only take you so far until some tears racy l. in your fucked think that's, that's it on fancy football. Let's go with with one more one more question and then we'll wrap it up. Lets you guys anything you wanna talk about this debuted tonight. I think and not saying, I think like trying to be coy in like, oh, I don't know. I like it. People ask if we like shark NATO the fifth of the six one came out tonight. Can I go out of limited? Say fuck shark NATO. Yeah, it's time travel one. Fuck those movies. The first one was fun. Right? Don't get me wrong, but I was fun because you didn't know what it was. It was just random shit, it will you watch like what the hell is this? And then after that, after that, I mean just. The the irony of it was no longer there, like it's now way to self-aware and not funny anymore. I don't even think I saw the first one. I've had no interest in the shark NATO franchise. Maybe I watched the first one. I can't really remember. I some people think it's fun. I'll give it to them. They're, I don't wanna say, fuck this movie, but at least fuck shark NATO. Six, that's that's three too many shark NATO's. I'd say like five to many sharp natives. You know as William Shatner, he's involved in this, right? So I thought Shatner was involved in shark NATO Hasselhoff involve of one of them to like whom thinking of terror read. She was involved with one of them..

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"joe maggio" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"With Marilyn Monroe just a little fact for the podcast and JFK and JFK Joe demise, you had sex AGIP k. though. Yeah. Well, either Joe Maggio Marilyn Monroe had sex JFK one of them I always mixed up, mature Monroe did, but the other fun, Joe DiMaggio, the one that that saying sexy edition of happy birthday Mr President to JFK. Ever must've been back. It is is that is probably more the most raunchy live performance of a PG song ever performed right s. to be right, shoot on horny performance. People were lining up to buy bootlegs of that, like the legs. Hear me sultry happy birthday to the president. All, hey, kid, five or some guys sitting with projector. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that's good stuff. Listening to her sing jerk. Noah. We'll figure it out. I don't know what we'll do. We'll figure something that makes sense. Because I mean, obviously like like you said, Ken Jacobs straight up fans, you'll be a lot of fun, but they'll send find wait include everyone. Maybe like where you beat us. Maybe like we create a lineup was like daily fantasy sites, but also like you said, I don't wanna spend money. No, the money's like the least of my concerns right now. I don't want to devote any head time too fancy football beyond just maintaining like the most thinly threaded grasp of friendships. I have currently the only reason I'm gonna sure. So worst and I have one that I've been doing. I've been doing in seventh grade with my friends back in Connecticut. Before I moved, it's been to know most to fifteen years now. Or are you the commission? The commission, not I'm commission, I'm sure my league Penn State league in its. Was there listeners and we actually had our live. We did our draft letter this week, some listen in and they will raise a here this that is one of the most fucking mind-bending Lee frustrating leagues to be a part of the arguments that happened before the draft starts is it's insane just about every fucking stupid detail. The other one, the Connecticut was great. We only just started playing for money recently because bragging rights were just as good. But part of part of the reason I don't like it anymore is because in twenty fourteen I had the best team I've ever assembled in set the league records for scoring touchdowns. Pretty much everything you can name went undefeated and then got to the championship game. And I think that was the game. Andrew lucked played against the Cowboys and through like two picks, and then they just benched shut him down now lost that championship game. So I was like, that was where I realized how much luck actually has to come into play and some end since a lot of instances like I know a lot of people argue like, we'll know us a game of skill. Well, yeah, it is. But. It can only take you so far until some tears racy l. in your fucked think that's, that's it on fancy football. Let's go with with one more one more question and then we'll wrap it up. Lets you guys anything you wanna talk about this debuted tonight. I think and not saying, I think like trying to be coy in like, oh, I don't know. I like it. People ask if we like shark NATO the fifth of the six one came out tonight. Can I go out of limited? Say fuck shark NATO. Yeah, it's time travel one. Fuck those movies. The first one was fun. Right? Don't get me wrong, but I was fun because you didn't know what it was. It was just random shit, it will you watch like what the hell is this? And then after that, after that, I mean just. The the irony of it was no longer there, like it's now way to self-aware and not funny anymore. I don't even think I saw the first one. I've had no interest in the shark NATO franchise. Maybe I watched the first one. I can't really remember. I some people think it's fun. I'll give it to them. They're, I don't wanna say, fuck this movie, but at least fuck shark NATO. Six, that's that's three too many shark NATO's. I'd say like five to many sharp natives. You know as William Shatner, he's involved in this, right? So I thought Shatner was involved in shark NATO Hasselhoff involve of one of them to like whom thinking of terror read. She was involved with one of them..

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"joe maggio" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"The side in the arm doesn't take long though for internal hemorrhaging to kill him. He's dead. By the time, the aimless arrives Joanna also ended up dying. She's code accidentally one bullet shoes right through her husband's body strikes from the hip penetrates abdomen at first. Everyone thought you live, but the wound went septic because this is the time of terrible medicine. Just whiskey laudanum saw no good stuff going around medicine wise. So she dies of peritonitis ten days after husband leaving little to be raised by grandparents, some speculated because it involved in another. Another attack on groceries must be the ax men, even though a gun was used, and then also six years later connection with this crime and some later definitive acts killings. I would emerge. Let's skip to that may twenty-eighth nineteen eighteen Joe Maggio as wife discovered by the Maggio brothers. If someone shows brothers after being struck with multiple acts wounds and also their throats slice with a straight razor. This is the crime. We opened today's episode with MRs maslow's head cut nearly clean off her body. An ax is left in the bathtub. Wall survey. The scene detectives, find it unusual message, golden chalk. Just a block from the magical resins says, Mrs. measure is going to sit up tonight. Just like MRs Tony will the MRs Tony, they theorized referred to scampers wife who was referred to as MRs Tony by some of their customers to kill her clearly referring to the nineteen at twelve murders. So either the same killer or person trying to connect the two crimes to throw heat off of himself. Following this murder, the press runs with the axe man from nine hundred twelve as being back on the scene citizens. Most likely Italian grocers are terrified how much they're fucking suck. If you're some niche business in your town and then some killer shows up killing only people that do what you do. I came as net like you wanna thirty or forty owners of a florist shop in Omaha, Nebraska, and their serial killer starts showing up as source killing specifically, Omaha floors, shop owners. Now, like someone who works flow shop. No, no. Specifically the owners and the police can't catch him at, like like, like for me, I'm naturally a twitchy high-strung person. If like even right now earlier, just a little bit ago, you guys do notice, but earlier I'm going to the bathroom and Lindsey came in and hit me with the ball. She threw something at me when I'm going to the bathroom so that now I'm jumping coming back to the room now I'm jumping out. I keep expecting any moment. The doors can open Tim. It. Lindsey just did that. God. Are your special? Okay. I got a special glass and I a special drink. Number children, Joe, you smell good. Who made the glass Joe Joe's everyone strong here. Okay, Ryan, something this is fun. Hey, guys in your office right now in the middle of the day, you're having so much fun listening to this or I'm talking about, I'm trying to.

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"joe maggio" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"President roosevelt throws out the first ball in the third inning joe maggio singles off dizzy dean next up blueberry then slams dean's fastball out of the park to give the american league eight to nothing lead homerun starts the american league on its way to an eight two three victory that from the first allstar game here in washington dc in nineteen thirty seven and we are in the georgetown office of columnist and author george will also a baseball expert that have been in nineteen thirty seven by the way included a who's who of washington dc politics fdr in j edgar hoover fdr actually was at the game earlier five years earlier where babe ruth supposedly called his shot dispute that happened in ruth never actually claimed to have done it but anyway roosevelt was there he was campaigning that's all for president for his first term in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven here in washington cleveland indian earl overall line the ball of the toe of the national league pitcher at the time was dizzy dean who knows much about how to baby a pitcher's arm went on pitching that day and continue to pitch without his toe healing changed his motion ruined his arm and so naturally mike cubs got him for the worthless part of his career cubs had a pattern of doing that you've said that baseball is the right game for america why is that what's the right game for democracy to begin with because of the sport of the half loaf no one ever gets all that they want there's so much losing baseball so much failure go to spring training every team essentially knows they're going to win sixty games and they're gonna lose sixty games i play the whole season to sort out the middle forty two so if you if you went out at twenty games your definition only mediocre if you went eleven out of twenty you got a shot of being in the postseason so it's a game where of small differences making big differences and as i say it's the right sport for political system that presupposes coming to terms with a lot of failure i wanna point out at the outset that we're in your office here in washington dc you're a well known author and conservative columnist but this this is like a shrine to baseball of course yes my email address is baseball habit i only write about politics to support my baseball habit which gets worse and worse as i get older and older you're supposed to outgrow these things but i don't think i'm going to george will you've written how many books fourteen i believe three on baseball which one was the number one bestseller men at work the craft of baseball which i'm told is now the best selling baseball book ever i'm pretty sure it sold more than my other thirteen books combined which i think's speaks of the country more interested in that stuff why baseball why is this your passion i don't know first of all i can't remember life without it i became a baseball fan at about age seven nineteen forty eight i grew up in central illinois in champaign urbana university town father was a professor philosophy at the.

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"joe maggio" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Secret to success is the reversion to the mean can you explain what that means so reversion mean is an idea which is by the way very tricky but it says at outcomes that are far from average will be followed by outcomes when the expected value closer to the average that's a mouthful right but it basically says something like to always realize whenever you're seeing extreme outcomes and there's luck involved you should anticipate that the next outcome will be much more close to the average and it's very difficult for people to do that because as humans we tend to to like to extrapolate things right things will continue as well letlet's talk about gambling i mean it would seem like the obvious case of someone's at the roulette wheel is on a hot streak are you saying he should assume that hot streak is going to end of course of course and gambling there's a lot of things that also the outcomes if it's if it's assuming everything is fair these are random outcomes right so they're they're independent and random so yeah there is no such thing as a hot streak there are there are people that went into sessions or losing succession oh it's all contained within what you would expect from probability theory for example as you know you have a thousand people and you flip coins twenty times or three times you know there'll be a statistical distribution where some people will call them all right some we'll call them all wrong we know that a priority just based on the statistics of it if you happen to be the person calling it right or wrong you're gonna feel like you're on a hot streak or you're really lucky or really skillful but we know again statistically that's that's well contained and explained by what we expect by randomness okay what about a hot streak that an athlete is on an athlete who's in the zone and i mean there was a great example this year in the nba klay thompson goes off in one nba game sets sets the nba record for points scored in a quarter thirty seven points in the third quarter in one game he's never come close to that before probably will never do that again how should we look at that there are two ideas here the first is and this has been talked about a lot is the idea of a hot hand right so you you're the guy who's hot we pass you the ball and you keep making shots now the hot hand initially about twenty years ago twenty five years ago it was a paper that basically debunked it they looked at nba data and said basically this this doesn't exist so that's one thing we how can we say about it i mean we can watch a game and we can see this person has the touch right now you making shot after shot how could how could that not be keep people visits within probe in other words within probability so the second thing i'll say is that when you see streaks in sports and this would be you know joe maggio's fifty six game hitting streak or a player making consecutive field goals and basketball so basically streaks outliers are great skill plus great luck and if you think about it that sort of has to be true so saying this differently not all skillful players have streaks but all the streets are held by skillful players right because skills is a prerequisite and luck comes on top.

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"joe maggio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"September sixteenth nineteen eighty eight the last out ball he said where's the ball and he's we we had a play we play baseball whether it's in the woods in the back so at this point i don't know what to do can you punish your kid for that i say no was he well intended rachel i'm sure he was but but marcia gay your baseball bat and tell the story about jodi maggio and pete rose in vietnam sake tell that story about when they took a shower together i don't know i wasn't there tell you what four years old back then take a shower joe dimaggio i think so let me tell you the story then since you don't know the story i don't know the story back then denison is the last man i gave a shower too so pete rose tells the story which he told me i thought he told you he said we're torn vietnam in nineteen sixty nine and it's a uso thing joe dimaggio mickey mantle got me got a bunch of other people and so we go on this firebase like out denying the middle of nowhere and we haven't taken a shower two or three days and we're on c five transports get off helicopters you and we go somewhere and bob hope's there and they're dancing singing they bring out jodi maggio pete rose you know mickey mantle how big is that they said it's pretty big pretty basically three days go by and they say to the colonel you know give some shower facilities here we haven't taken a shower and three ashore say take him out back and it was like a garden hose in this little hut and they said show mash take a shower here you can give you some towels and heat says take a shower we'll get the hose on top so at one point he said there's mickey mantle joe maggio and pete rose taking the shower together sharon some soap i'm going and they had to share the so yeah would you share for joe dimaggio why would you long as he signed the bar soap what do you do they asked him about marilyn monroe or something there we're comments made about certain parts of joe's anatomy relative to marilyn monroe can't say more give me some sports and make it fast will yeah the stooge reporters approach service of your local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers tempstar quality could feel a northern kentucky call earl sizemore at affordable comfort at eight five nine four nine six zero three one four.

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"joe maggio" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"joe maggio" Discussed on WTMA

"Hour i'm doug stephane with michael harrison editor and publisher of talkers magazine reduced chuckling off the air about tom brady and where he is and some of the other great sports i ask michael where it is brady go after he's done doing this what does a guy like that do he's already married well michael so it is never mary marilyn monroe so where does he is run a furniture store with the amazon i answered that you was you had the right there what what is a guy like brady there's only one guy like brady and that's brady it's like saying you know what what is mickey mantle doer what is joe dimaggio though mickey mantle opens a bar joe maggio mary's maryland on i may have dating myself but it's baseball history and he brady is a historic figure but he's also a guy i mean existing guy and you know if you didn't have that steel it football he might have been just at any nice looking all american guy you've given me he went to god's right so let's take that for loss for your he's just the guy and apply to some of the people some of the names that are on the list this week starting with joe are pile whose eighty fly he's he's a great man i am not a i mean he's a human being like all of us but he's eighty five years old and wants to be the next senator from arizona uh who wants to vote for that and i'm not an ages for heaven's sake i'll go on you tell me i'm going to be the last guy standing and i got a your eye laws and keep talking and move around i'll be on the year but it got a different this is different is it or is it is a different idle now i mean 85 he seems like a young 85 i don't i don't like to engage in ageism uh the last thing about joe aarp pale in terms of his qualifications to be a united states senator i think is his age and unlike uh roy more he's not a under the spotlight of scrutiny for being a pedophile or a womanizer he's under the spotlight a scrutiny for being a guy that broke the law and had to have the president and come to his aid and jazz some.

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