20 Episode results for "Joe Nuxhall."

Episode Forty-Three: Copa de la Diversion Caps

Baseball Together Podcast

1:08:24 hr | 1 year ago

Episode Forty-Three: Copa de la Diversion Caps

"The nine plus presents the baseball together. Podcast with your hosts blackjack Brad and Kansas City. Little big breaking Blue Eyes and now baseball together. Welcome back baseball family to another episode of the Baseball Together podcast. I'm here with Brad as always with the baseball family. Hi Brad was low. Listen we've got a great show prepared for you today. We have been stuck inside and doing very little but prepare for this just getting but we do we do. We are stuck inside so We hope you are too. We got some current events. I know it's hard to believe it hard to believe but we actually have current events to cover ozone is pretty pretty active week this crazy. Yeah I was too yep. I was surprised. So and then we're GONNA GET INTO COPA. Because that's always fun to talk about and we've got a public service announcement and Brad says. He's got a trivia question for me so pitter-patter that's right pitcher pattern Do you WanNa do the trick question now or later. Oh what do you think? That's a good question. We'll do it later. We'll save it. That's a tease right. I don't know what it is so I don't know how to gauge its appropriateness. I Dunno it's We'll do it. We'll do it later later. Just for fun. I love random randoms the best today I am wearing my straight out of the bullpen t-shirt night and my America hat my America What do you call it trucker Cap Back Mesh the best? I've got anyway wearing a shirt on could see the camera. You can see the puzzle piece at the top on the baseball together logo. I got my perfect hat on. We're doing today love it. That's we're Rockin it all. Right Noah syndergaard needs Tommy. John he does the only reason this eventful or or newsworthy. At all is because now this is the two thousand twenty fad. I it is. It's all the kids are doing. Yeah it's it's like if you need it get it now. Let's do it. Let's get out of the way. That's what it seems to be If anybody's like even close to doing I heard somebody this week. Say Like why not just get it and why not just have every pitcher do it right now if you haven't had it get it done because you're going to need to get down eventually. I don't I don't think that's necessarily the case. I don't think you can do that. Because a lot of guys do lose some velocity right. I mean that's pretty for sure if you're losing velocity losing some snap on that curb roller slider so i. I wouldn't say go ahead and do it just because it's inevitable. I would say if you haven't had it so far avoided if you can because look I'm GonNa let me tell you something about me. I've had to shoulder surgeries and two back surgeries. Okay yeah I I would just tell everybody to avoid most surgeries if at all possible and I've been able to avoid at this point. Yeah don't like if you can avoid especially if it's orthopedic or any sort of sports related like it is never going to be the same never ever so there's my advice. I tend to agree with that. I totally agree with what you're saying there if you can avoid it. Don't don't do it right so yeah and I. I don't think they should just send everybody under the knife now because you're going to potentially miss year but now if you need it get it. Yep then don't but yeah well and if you needed any more incentive to avoid a surgery of any kind but especially Tommy John We recently learned that the only pitcher ever to receive top to have had Tommy John Surgery and make it into the hall of fame. Was John Small small? It's right yeah the only one. That's crazy absolutely crazy to me and eventually we're going to see other guys. We're going to have other guys who who have had Tommy John. He's not going to be the only guy forever but to date now he is the only guy and it the part of it was. It wasn't as common mostly had shoulder issues way back when right you know but now it's it's a lot more elbow lot less shoulder for pitchers and and eventually we're going to see somebody else but the fact that nobody from wwl's from the nineties nobody from early two thousands who got it That's that would give some pause to that would make you want to hold on as long as I could because I mean I think he looks better Felix Hernandez needs it. But he's he's tried to avoid as long as he could and he'll he'll get in but I don't think he's going to have areas career. I don't think so either so no I would give me pause as well. Yeah so Ryan in the future though. Yeah in other news. Mlb fanatics the F. N. If F. A. N. Not philly fanatic the fanatic the convey. Our jerseys from that's right. They do all the jerseys. For Major League Baseball They are halting production of Major League Baseball Jerseys and Minor League Baseball Jerseys for that matter. And they're doing gowns and masks face masks for healthcare providers are taking the same materials that they would be using in their converting them for critical critical needs Healthcare facilities. What do you think of that? I think it's I think it's awesome. There's a few things first off as a doctor. I would be pushing for a pin striped masking down like that would be like that yes. That's mine dibs first off. Yeah totally there. There are a lot of layers to this because actually heard more information about this today. the way that this kind of worked out was that factory shut down because they're not essential right. I mean you're just making jerseys for to sell and for Baseball Right Big Baseball Jersey. It's obviously not essentially they are shut down however the WHO owns fanatics was like. We've got all this material that we're not using right now is just sitting there and I've got people who aren't working. We have the means. We can make masks and gowns. He kinda came up that idea in the middle of the night and then got everything ready. Got to where they could make them asks and gowns and they had one hundred people come back to the factory to help make those and I think I heard the end by the end. They're gonNA make a million Masson gowns. Maybe a million masks and some so many hundred thousand gallons but but they're definitely helping helping the system which I think is fantastic. That's great that they're doing that right now. That's that's what I call baseball together. Man They're really example. That is a prime example. I I applaud them and I thought it was like amazing. Literally Amazing. Yeah it is. That's the way to lean in your well and good for that. I think is cool. Is that they're not. They're not selling those. They're just they're just making him giving him in other. It's not right. Process is just strictly help out. So that's amazing rate it's it's a great rabbi fanatics Another point my book with those guys. They're they're fantastic. Good for them. Yup the other thing we wanted to talk about today. I think is really important. Is that the last week we got into what a short season might look like and this week we heard what a short season might look like from Major League baseball in the pretty cool. Yeah I thought I thought we have pretty good timing on that. Yeah they didn't necessarily disagree with anything we said either and I thought that was pretty cool too. Yeah Yeah as awesome. They came to some similar Points Oh yeah and they and they talked about the the service time issue especially where They said that that everybody's going to get their appropriate service time for this year that it actually match. If there's no season it'll match what they got last year so if somebody got fifty percent of their service time this year and there's no season they'll get fifty percent of their service time this year. Somebody seventy five percent same hundred percent. Whatever like you'll get the exact same amount of service time you got last year. You'll get it this year so. I I think that's that seems fair. That does seem fair. It works out. The problem is the dodgers. There's no season they will not get a single pitch at McKee bets out of Spring Training. Not One yeah. Because he's going to be a free agent. Which is a major bummer for the dodgers Kinda like this was probably going to be the year for them but man totally. Yeah it it. It's not going to happen. It looks like it's a real kick in the pants for LA IN LA perfect way to put it a kick in the pants. Yeah you never been kicked in the pants until you busy in the pants in la La but some of the things that we saw there was They're going to hold the draft. We talked about there being drafted last week. But there's a draft They're going to shorten it. To five rounds from Brigden. How many rounds the draft normally as forty forty rounds from forty to five sometimes more? Yeah Gosh Yeah. As long as they want. Yeah go yeah. Yeah so that makes me wonder my first thought when I saw that was When I worked with the mouse I know I reference a lot but I got a lot of experience. The baseball there Guys who were drafted came straight to the owls and it was like within three days with draft. That they got their right. Yeah some of them so and that was pretty much a fill out the roster so it makes me wonder. How low are we going to be having baseball this year? You know if there is if we're able to have a season. Are they going to have a minor league season? How low into Halloween levels? Is that GonNa go because there are guys top to bottom? Triple eight all the way down to low rookie in the Arizona and Dominican leaks retire every year because they've had enough. They've had an injury and see they. They see the writing on the wall. They're going to get cut so I'm curious how much minor league baseball we're GONNA see this year. If we see it I see it at all. You know that's a good point with only five rounds in a draft that that makes me wonder really really curious that we may only see down to short season. A yeah a yeah I would say maybe long season A. Yeah maybe advanced. Maybe I don't know probably slows logo right because if they expand the roster at all in the major league system to accommodate the hyper paced the Games. Then they're gonNA. That'll trickle up and I'll bet that takes care of of short season. Yeah it probably will yeah. Short season in down will probably be eliminated because of that which would be super convenient for all the people trying to get rid of those parts of Minor League Baseball. Yeah you'd be able to see what it's like. Yeah I mean talk about a. GimMe season to to test things. Yeah Yeah see what? It's like the other players. Do you know guys who may not have necessarily been ready to go to AA here. You go here's a chance shows with God there. I mean we laugh but that is a rough proposition. Yeah Yeah there's I will say this changes. I will say this a scout for the Oakland A.'s. told me the hardest level in the minor league system to hit is rookie ball and there isn't he said that is because you've got guys who can throw one hundred zero control break so you're up there you know it's coming in fast but you have no idea where it's going to be you don't you? Don't know if he's GonNa hit the bull you don't know if he's going to throw red down the middle face. Yeah yeah he's like so you have zero confidence they're hitting in rookie ball whereas you get up and AA and AAA. He's like those guys are going to throw strikes. You just get ready to swing. Yeah that's good that makes sense. Who knows maybe somebody who wasn't gonNA make it. You know like what was it. Mike. Piazza was like sixty th round. Pick something like that. Somebody you know. Thirty fifth fortieth round is going to get out there and be like. Oh I can hit double A. I can hit major league. Pitching couldn't hit down rookie ball. Because I had no confidence I was going to get a strike or anywhere near near the plate. Nice that could change. Everything could change. Somebody's career trajectory completely. That'll be interesting to see. I hadn't even thought about that until just now. We're talking about me neither. Yeah about that either. But I think it's brilliant totally. Absolutely it'd be it'd be interesting. It'd be interesting to see cable. What about those pictures? That are going to move up without any control is ECHINACEA even out all back out it very well could yeah it. Couldn't I just had that same thought as a quarterback the pitchers and are we going to have pitchers who have good stuff? Who get hit a little bit more. Because you've got guys who might be better but I don't know yeah. Yeah Maybe Watch baseball this year. We have it. It'll be interesting. Should be interesting. Luckily my local ballclub is Advanced Day so dilly dilly dilly. There you go. I feel good about season so we probably won't have probably won't have any Boise Oxus summer. I but that's just all bet on my part spell. Yeah I'll bet you right so for a minute. Referencing back to last week again. We gotTA talk about Joe Buck. Because he is staying active in this defacto off season that we're having is job short Joe Buck. He stays sharp man. He's he's sharpening that scales. He's a. He's invited his twitter followers than anybody else to to contact him on twitter cinema-video and of you doing whatever it is you. WanNa do and He'll call it. He'll do a play by play gain call. We watched a couple of them today. One of them got a guy is doing barbecue wings hot wings on the grill. Mel Pretty Funny but the one the best one was the dude trying to fit six orioles in his mouth before his wife got home. I thought that was funny that he specifically had to get it done before his wife got home. I don't know we're going to put a link to these videos in the Dubai. But yes man they are. They are legit funny. And if you hate Joe Buck you might actually love this if you love your buck. You're going to just DIS IS. GonNa make your whole day. It's true one and did you see how got started. Did you see what started this whole thing now? I I didn't know that story. So so he was videoing his his wife and his son. He has a little two year old son and his wife was Was holding him and he and it starts with. This is what we call negotiation here. Trying to figure out what show his son wanted to watch? And so The kind of went back and forth and then his son smacked is smacked his wife in the face. He Goes Oh and he hit her in the face she kinda plays it up and hits them and falls on the ground. It's it's this whole thing. It's funny I'll put the link to that one in as well but yeah but that was really was started the whole thing. He asks if you send him a video and he does commentary on the donate to a charity somewhere whether it's one dollar or whatever but he has to donate if he's going to make the video for you so which I think is grilling he does. Yeah my word at all right. Let's take a quick break and when we come back we're going to talk a little bit about Corona Brad's Trivia. Question for me. Maybe we'll treat us with that during segment to and we got some other stuff so coming at you back. Cove in nineteen better known as Corona virus has spread throughout the world. There are a few ways to help lower the spread of this respiratory disease. Wash your hands. Avoid touching your face including mouth nose and eyes cover your cough since nieces monitor your symptoms and consult with your doctor. Stay at home and away from other sick people except for medical care. Clean and disinfect. High touch services for more information please visit CDC dot Gov Forward Slash Kovic nineteen. Thank you welcome back baseball family a real quick before we get going into this next segment. You've probably noticed the last This weekend last week we have a cove in nineteen. Psa plugged into the PODCAST. I just want to say one thing about it real quick before we get going on anything else people. Please please stay home so we can slow the spread of this thing. We get knocked out and get back to normal life and give back to Baseball K. It's WANNA say about it. Just STAY SAFE. Stay home okay. Now I have some Trivia for break for break right now. Are you ready? Oh Boy Yeah No. But it's I hear it's going to be it's it's tough it. It is hard always. Give me with the hard ones okay. Well it's it's hard but it's it's actually really really interesting. That's partly I wanted to quiz you on this all great. Yeah that avs my wound. Nice little wind is really interesting question. Wrong Brig Yeah you ready okay. I'm ready to go go. Who is the youngest player to ever play in a major league baseball game the youngest player ever the youngest player? Ever well okay. It's either Ken Griffey Junior. Because it's you or it's some billy somebody who got to play because it was a make a wish situation No no okay. So I don't know I don't actually have no idea is actually somebody made his debut during World War Two. That's why so you kinda close to make no but but as because of World War Two the rosters were were short right short player so Joe. Nuxhall made his Major League debut on June tenth. Nineteen forty four at the age of fifteen years old hundred sixteen days old all man for the Cincinnati reds. He's a pitcher he He pitched two thirds of an inning. Gave up two hits. Five runs five walks so it didn't do well. He's almost sixteen like oh come on now. That bad thing is like yeah. Those numbers are not good but he was fifteen who cares But he did. Yeah I mean the fact that he was actually there I mean hello yeah He did come back to the major leagues. Oh he he did not get back for another eight years when when he was twenty. Three years old Using time to time all star so he wow he came around but I mean the fact that he was fifteen they let him in a game that I think that says something. That's amazing pretty cool. I thought that was a particular thing. That's a critical piece of Trivia. There Mr Brad. Thank you say it one more time. Joe Joe Nuxhall and you X. A. L. L. Nuxhall nuxhall. Wow what a story I love that. Yeah Hooman now all right so with no baseball this week. We had the Hashtag opening day at home that Major League Baseball did where they opened. Up the vault. Let you watch pretty much. Whatever game. Well I found a game on Youtube that I wanted to watch break found a game that he wanted to watch this week. So brig tell us. What game did you watch this week? Bro Bro I watched the two thousand three American League Championship series game seven in the Bronx and it was his magical. If you know there were no commercials. It was more magical this time. There you go then. It was the first time I also got to share it with my wife. She'd never seen it she. That's very cool. Yes she took. A NAP woke up in the eighth. So it's fine. Hey that's fine that game. That's about the time that game got crazy. Though crazy it was it was a real crazy. Yeah so the game. The game was five to. Let's see five to two in going into the bottom of the eighth. So she you're right. She woke up at the perfect time. Yeah five to bottom of the eighth. Red Sox are dominant Pedro's on the mound literally killing it. Roger Clemens is getting shoot up. He only pitched three innings three No it was amazing and we knew this could be his last game ever. He said he was going to now retirement. At the end of the season he was going to be done. It was over so this was like the stories the layers and stories in this one also. Was they still had not broken the curse of the Bambino so that was happening. They didn't start Aaron Boone at third base. Which is pivotal in this story. I don't know why because let's see. Who did they have in Iceland? So Scott Scott Brosius to that point it was Knows Enrica Wilson. Oh yeah that's right. So they've got Enrica Wilson at third who's doesn't have as good a arm as Aaron. Boone does just doesn't right. He's that weird. Throw and it kind of the balls dive right as they get the first base. This weird Joe Torre managerial decision. Everybody went with it. Obviously and it all worked out. But Derek jeter batting third. I mean I got to show my wife all these guys. I grew up watching. It was like listen to this was I was. I was watching. This game was like he's in the hall of fame. He's in the hall of fame. He's he's going to the hall of fame that guys for sure. Go in the hall of fame you know it was like it was literally baseball royalty all in one night in the biggest game in the American League game seven and then and then it's the Yankees comeback with three huge runs in the eighth Owen. The comeback three huge runs in the eighth. It gets tied at five scoreless in the ninth. It goes into the tenth. It goes into the eleventh inning. And I'm like I remember all of the emotions sick here. They're reliving every moment of this act without all the crappy. Beer commercials knows fabulous. So they pull Pedro out they bring in Alan embree they pull embry they bring in Tim. This is the red sox and Tim. Lynn they left Tin Linen for way longer than I thought they would because he he got chewed up A little bit in his first inning is and then they brought him in for another inning. Ends up settling in and doing way better but the but then they bring in Tim Wakefield to to kind of you know throw his knuckleball. And get the gator figured out and They subbed out about this. I think it was the seventh or the eighth inning. They sub in Aaron Boone as a pinch runner and now he's on the roster playing third base again so they got here he comes. He doesn't get a single at-bat until the eleventh inning. He gets up. He's lead off the eleventh inning. And on the first pitch he sees he cranks one into left field deep left field and walks it off and the game in six to five in the eleventh inning. Game Seven of the American League Championship Series Yankees Red Sox in the Bronx with like baseball. God's watching and playing Brian Cashman looks like twelve year old on cocaine. Now it was amazing it was the coolest it was so exciting. Now and anyway you know the best part of it was. I forgot this. Aaron Boone's brother is calling the game in the box. Oh that's right. Yeah Bret Boone. I specifically remember that he He he yeah. Do you saw sorry. I'm like totally stumbling over my words here but this this is how he got in the box. So He's in the box call net right and And they weren't going to let him in and then he said. Don't you know who I am to whoever is like style execute? Whatever like. No He's like. I'm Aaron Boone's brother. Yeah he didn't even play the Brett boom card at the time because he was actually a better player than Aaron. Boone time he was an all star yet. But I'm Mary Boone's brother. Who Do you think I am? And he's sitting up there next to Joe Buck calling this game like boy talk about bring it all the way around right Joe Bucks in this full circle David Ortiz. Is there no Ma Garciaparra? Now I can't tell you how shocked I was when I remembered. No Mars weird step out of the Box Glove Gel. Gosh we see the poster child for what you shouldn't do between pitches any. Does this weird? They're like oh I forgot about this. It is a thing of his hands. Yeah and then he kisses and then he like kicks his toes down into the dirt to get his toes to the front of his shoes. Yeah Gosh fidget master. In the batter's box it was so weird man. I totally forgot David. Wells got rocked. He got he got brought in and got just pummeled. So these are the richer that we saw from from from the Yankees. We saw Roger Clemens. Mike Mussina he's in Hall of Fame Yup Felix Heredia Jeff Nelson David Wells. He threw a perfect game. Right and then mo I on first unanimous hall of fame vote ever so it was like listen to this. I'm just GonNa read you. The the lineups really quick Johnny Damon Todd Walker Nomar Garciaparra Manny Ramirez David Ortiz. Gabe Kappler Interesting Kevin Kevin Millar Trot Nixon Kevin Malala. Yeah Kevin Neal was saying stuff like that. The whole I was every time no mark came up. I was like no ma. It's no no. It's wicked fat. Her my daughter would put her hands over ears. Like Sh- dad. You're being too loud and I'm like it's no ma she she's like no. It's not no. It's not no my dad. Bill Mueller Jason Varitek. Oh my word and then the Yankees Alfonso Soriano Nick Johnson Derek Jeter Bernie Williams Matsui whore hape Asada. Who's one of my favorite catchers ever Jason Ricky Wilson Ruben Sierra Aaron Boone and Karim Garcia Karim Garcia by the way is so the other storyline. That's going on during this game. Is the Pedro Martinez Karim Garcia Situation? Where Pedro in engaged? I think was gained. Four through at Kareem's head and Looked really like intentional. And then the the series. I think you're getting there. I'll let you go ahead. Yeah benches clear in the playoffs. Yeah in Boston and Pedro. Martinez grabs Don Zimmer by the head and throws him on the ground. Yeah I was GONNA ask. That was the one sure. No that's it. That was the one and so share. So Garcia gets up to the plate and he's pissed man you can see the look in his eyes. He got like anger death written all over it any sets up there and chases any faces. Pedro and he homered a couple of times in that Game Nice. Amazing let's see amazing game and you know one thing. I remember about that game deer. Houston move movie fifty first dates with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. I always think it's funny that they use that. Clip that Aaron Boone. Homerun things have happened in the last. What however many years and one of them was the red sox won the world series. Just getting the show the Aaron Boone home run and it was still so fresh because that movie came out this summer for. It's like Oh yeah. The Yankees did beat the red sox up Adam Sandler money huge Yankees Fan by the way indeed. Indeed all right. So that's game. I watched it was magical. Loved it and Antastic what which game did you watch? Brad I watched the Pine Tar game you know. The George Brentwood adding the illegal homerun. So that was July. Twenty fourth nineteen eighty three. I have seen the Clip Thousand Times George Brett screaming out of the DUGOUT and go ballistic on the empire about ruling his bad illegally. I've never actually seen the game though so. I thought that would be a good one to watch this week. Nice so here. We go you ready for this. I'm ready so it was crazy. It was absolutely crazy watching this game because it was like I mean obviously going back in time machine seeing those guys that I never actually got to watch play but I know who they are because their managers they were Bench coaches whatever. You know like goose gossage came in and gave up that home run to George Brett with Dr Bat. Yeah you know he was the only batter he faced in that game But are you ready for this New York Yankees Lineup? I'm ready man. Burke campaign heiress Greg Nettles Lou. Pinella DON bailer Dave Winfield Steve. Camp Steve Balboni ahead. Don Mattingly come in later. I'll talk more about that in a little bit Roy Smalley Rick Cerrone and then you had Shane Rawley Dale. Murray Goose gossage than George. Fraser pitched But the third base coach Don Zimmer Yeah Donna First Base Coach first base coach was Yogi. Berra oh yeah so it. It's crazy to see all those guys like. Oh Yeah I know who? Those guys are. Only because of the legend. It's it's insane. Yeah it was super cool to get to watch those guys who you know. I've obviously never seen George Brett was my mom's favorite player growing up. I heard stories about George Brett. All growing up never actually got to watch him play until I watched this game. Cool super cool the sea so I let me tell you about. Let me set up like the whole pint incident so I thought this game was fantastic. Fan tastic Game K. Yes now it came down to top of the ninth. The royals have two outs K. The score is four to three Yankees. Incubator up. Four to three two outs top the night. All you gotTa do get the last out K now. What happened was Dale Murray Oh no sorry. Dale Murray was pitching. It was We find a real quick was a U L WASHINGTON. He got on he hit a single up. The Middle K. Got On sub brings up George Brett with the tying run on first base. He's the go ahead run so then they bring in Goose gossage to pitch and it was seriously like I wanna see. It was only one pitch. I remember watching that right Think so yeah. Gossage threw one pitch. George Brett hit a screaming line. Drive in right field goes around The royals take a a five to four lead. And then the then Cashback billy Martin. Billy Martin was the Yankees manager of the time he came out and said there's too much pine tar on that Bat. Martin that's right. It's an illegal bat so then the umpires come together. They talk about it and everything you know. They like seriously. They conferred for a while and whole time. George Brett's pacing on the top step of the dugout. They're watching and he looked like a tiger. You know just like walking back and forth like what is going on and then they rule it. He comes screaming out there. Rule Him out no home run game over Yankees win four two three okay for now now naturally naturally the royals protests. Oh yeah they say no. That wasn't an illegal bat. They send the back to the to the league offices. And this is all included in this in this Version of the game on Youtube. Include the link down description if you WANNA go back and watch it. Yeah 'cause they go the announcers go and give this whole breakdown of how his well here. We are August eighteenth. We gotTA finish ballgame and they explain the whole thing about. They sent the bad to the to the league. Louis Golfers they looked at it determined. It wasn't illegal. Valid homerun royals are leading five to four top. The ninety two outs here. We are stadium like I said August eighteen August. Eighteenth top of the ninth to two outs. I did not know this. This is something. Yeah how this went down. So so they they come back and Ken Griffey it turns out was on the DL at the time of the original game but he comes back. He was not on the deal anymore. Don Mattingly finished that original game on first base but they have Ken Griffey come in is of course he comes in place first base they move lefty Don Mattingly to second base second base now. They only had George Frazier. I think only through like one pitch something like that. Let me double check it No no no he didn't. He struck out. Sorry Frazier stuck struck out. Hal McRae okay. So they go in there basically. What is all those guys had to go to go out there and stand on the field for for one right but I just thought I was crazy watching because they are going through showing where everybody wasn't he had don mattingly his second base. Geez how's that going to work as they go through and the Yankees? Come up the bottom of the ninth or chance to win this game and I honestly. I'm not sure how much they really wanted to win. Just like let's just get Outta here like the you know. Forget it. We had this game one. They're gonNA take it away from us but this is the crazy thing. Billy Martin comes out and this sorry. I'm backtracking real quick. I forgot about this party before. Frazier even throw a single pitch. Billy Martin comes out and has has appeal. The first base safe has an appeal. The second base safe. He comes on argues with the empire. You were here how can you? How do you know George? Brett touched all the bases because it was a completely different umpiring no so he was appealing to every base saying that George. Brett didn't touch base because the empires weren't there they didn't waste as it turns out though it turns out the empires were prepared for such a situation and they had signed affidavit in the second base umpire had signed affidavit in his pocket. Saint George Brett touched all four basis. Martin. Still you know. The rest of the game is played under protest side. Come four played under protest. They did totally saw coming. It was amazing first off. That's brilliant by Billy Martin. Call that is even more brilliant of the Umpires to know. This is what he's Oh. Yeah it was so cool. It was like baseball. Brilliant my mind was tested like when he sought when when Fraser stepped off through the first I was like. Oh my gosh. I know what he's doing that it was cool. It was funny to watch Ha So anyways Yankees went down one two three in to to end the ninth and the royals ended up winning five four. Wow after they had already won. Four two three. Oh my game was something else is amazing so much fun to watch s fantastic. I guess I'm GonNa include the link to the game in the description. You can watch the game she wanted. It was really fun. Watch moved really fast. It's a good great game to go back and watch a class. I love it and so when we were talking. I didn't know any of this about the game being under protests and coming back because when we were talking I said. Isn't it funny? We both watched Yankee Games where they won. And you're like actually. Actually I have to tell you about this. Let me tell you what happened. Bravo Bradley shirt. Yeah it was essay destig- It was so funny to watch it so that's great but before we go to break I just Wanna I just wanted to say one more thing that we're going to do for some fun because I forgot to mention last week so I have a friend who may or may not have modified Nintendo classic and put Ken Griffey Junior presents. Major League Baseball so what? I'm doing this year time going through until we have baseball. I am playing the mariners regular schedule as currently scheduled. I'm playing basically Super Nintendo. Every single day Get UPDATES. Every week I played opening day I played them the Rangers at the Manors. I ended up winning I believe seven six. Oh Wilson actually is a pretty formidable foe auto fielding on for him and he's pretty girl as much as he likes he likes to throw my guys a little bit. Yeah and then I never know when he's going to throw a strike so then he strikes me out quite a bit too but ended up. Winning by. Mariners are WanNa know as a Friday night. I'M GONNA go play another game tonight. Go through the case. But I'll have we have weekly updates on the Super Nintendo season that I'm going to be placed in this might be the best chance the mariners they've ever had to win a world series. My county ongoing one hundred and sixty two and then switching off the world series. Well we'll be updated. It probably won't have the expectation all right we'll be let's go ahead and take a break and when we get back we're GONNA talk about. Copa Cabs are the BOM. No matter which ballpark you're at you want to wrap your team. Now you can with nine plus us. Welcome to the big city series with every design available in your team's colors. You can fit in with the home crowd or stand out on the road either way. We have the colors. You crave shop the Big City Series and find designs that Rep. Your favorite baseball podcast. Cheer from the cheap seats and much more shop. The Big City series only at nine percents dot COM. All Right Baseball family. We are going to do one of our favorite things in the world to do. We're going to do a list. Nah Yes and not just list. We're going to list our favorite hats. That's the other thing that we love to do list hats. We love hats people. We love hats so check it out for. She has time for Copa. Okay for those of you know. Don't know Copa do diversity own or however the supposed to pronounce that fun fun in Spanish. Yeah I think that's what they're supposed to. I don't I don't speak much Spanish so I don't know for sure but I think well they nailed it does. It is Latin heritage time and they do minor league. Baseball does every year they do Latin heritage celebration where they get their community together. They changed the name of the team. They changed the logo. They changed the color scheme and they end up with COPA. That's what we call it for short COPA so every year it over. It's only been. This is the third year over the last three years more and more minor league. Baseball teams are becoming participants in the Copa Tradition. So there are twenty new teams this year suitable for twenty twenty. They have released their hats and we are going to list for you also with justification our favorites top three right Brad. Right top three for time for time very appropriate caveat there thank you yes yes. So we're GONNA start with our number three favorite and we're GONNA work our way to our number one favourite Brad. Would you like to go first? Yoga? I all right. Yes yes my number. Three most favourite EST Copa Cap is the Fort Wayne. Tin Caps Wayne ten caps fort wayne tin caps now. Their original hat is an apple with a with a pan on Ted this however they've changed their name to Lucia Doris Fort Wayne Oman. Montana's Lucia Dodi Fort Wayne is what is what they're calling themselves for Copa. This is fantastic. Now I love so much about the Lucia with in in Mexico like it's so much fun. Like nacho libra fantastic movie right. We have totally absolutely. This is what the center of my experience with Lucia. By the way mine to pretty much I went to a soccer game last summer and there was a guy wearing a mask and had this it was it was a whole thing. That was pretty cool but actually two doors. That's that's it just notch For sure anyways so what this is it is an apple getting ready to grapple. Ooh Yeah Yeah. I did that. And then he's got a little romance gone and the hat itself is the colors of Mexico's flag it's red white and green. It's green what's that it's two shades of green. It is so it's got. It's gotta read Bill. Which I I'm all about a two tone hat at least like me a bill to different than the rest of the hat. And and you've I'm sold by flat out so then it's got the got the apple with the mask and the apple is like a lime green apple and the fish are lime green but the mask is white. It's the angrily. Door is and then the front two panels. The front part of it is green. Like a green. You'd find on the Mexican flag and then the back you've got white panels on the side and then a red panel in the back. True enough amazing absolutely amazing love it. Yep Very Good Sir brig number three sir. My number three is canopus the canal Pulis. They're calling themselves for COPA. The rap ethos the Beatles. Oh they are They're usually the canal. I WANNA call them. I don't know let's find out I'm looking right. Now are the cannon ballers what the cannonball or did they just change their name? I don't know I just yeah because last and it it was something else. It was the canal. Something play them all the time. The I don't know but there that looks like the cannonballs now. Oh that's so much cooler than it was before super cool. That's amazing I like that. Oh Wow I am super impressed. Sorry wo Kay Anyway. Colors are usually not red white and blue though they appear to be on their on their anyway. The the point is that can atlas Beatles hat is also a multicolored caps. Two-tone we've got the the the crown. The cap itself is all the way around baby blue. I love that baby blue. It's this is this is less powder blue and more rich baby. I like. It's in boulder color. The visor itself is gold It's this. It's this mustard yellow gold color that I think works really well. And then the the the logo itself is is is a some kind of bird face head thing it's in gold with white highlights and blue dark deep tone shadow tones. Also the gradient in the gold goes from a bright yellow through the gold color spectrum all the way to kind of a fiery orangey yellow and I just think it's super working also a the orange and then the Brad's favorite word the button on top. What's it called again? This squatty squashy is the same colors advisor so it all ties together very nice. Yep that's my number three I- fricken love it. I think it's super classy. It's good looking. I liked that blue like you said. It's it's more of a bold color than what would normally be on a On like a like a powder blue. It's a good good looking right. It's a rich Keller good. Yeah Yup like it K. Brad. What's your number two? What's your number two Brad? All right so mine. Would it would normally be the Portland. Seadogs is Alsace Day Maine and Al says from what I understand is Spanish for Moose. So this is a super bowl ad okay. It's it's actually got a pink Bill K. Like a Fuchsia. Yeah I'm looking at a like it. It looks good. There's got that same kind of blew that same kind of baby blue that rich blue color with pink squashy on top yellow islets. Yeah around but then on the front moves. Case of the Mousse has a pink pink like snout and then his antlers come on. The side are baseball gloves. Yes can you see that I can see that I have to look closer? I did Yeah and you know I I kinda could see something was up with it at first. I was like is that yeah. That's what are these orange. French fries. French fries I couldn't figure it out. Yeah Yeah So. But it's got baseball gloves antlers and I think that looks really good. I think that's cool. The Color Combo on that hat is spectacular. It really is the blue and the pink looks really really good. Yeah and I'm I'm man enough. I always pink total. I mean I'm sure you will to absolutely love me not not afraid to wear pink so not at all at all at all. That's number to break number two. Are you ready for this so ready? These guys are calling themselves. The Zana's Lucia daughter is the Fort Wayne History Continue. We are whatever whatever we are batting two thousand. We are not only smoke. This is crazy crazy. I had to keep it together while you were announcing it. I was like that's amazing. That is absolutely amazing. We Smoke I. I absolutely love this hat I would. I would buy this and wear it proudly for sure. Oh for sure. Yeah I would do any of my top three but this one is is is something special that and that red visor is killing me so good look so good does with the with the three color crown. No it's It is special. This is a great gray hat. Yeah I love it so way to go brad okay. What's your number one? I think we should We should go hold on. Hold up before we go to number one. Did you have an honorable honorable mention? Typically we have honorable mentions did you have when I did actually let me all right. Let me pull it up. I got mine. I've got mine ready. Okay go ahead. 'cause mine is mine is actually. I'm going local. The Boise Hawks. And then he called the Boise. Papa's Freitas's pass rate as their French fries are it's a tribute to Idaho potatoes and it's it's cool so had a logo that they're using is It's it's kind of like a a McDonalds a package of McDonald's French fries right like like little container. Mcdonald's French fries with sunglasses. He's wearing sunglasses. If anybody's ever watched aqua teen hunger for hunger force your watch that no what is that? Oh it's a random. A random cartoon on adult swim. They actually made a movie out of it about thirteen twelve or thirteen years ago. And I don't know if I'd recommend it because it is so weird but one of the characters on the show. His name is Frie- lock and he's a he's a floating floating container. French fries and he's like he's like the wise one he's got all the wisdom and Yeah it's a weird show but I went through a phase where I watched a ton and it. Kinda reminds me a little bit of like a younger version of FRY. Lock with the sunglasses and got the arms. He's reading throw baseball But that's the purpose does and it's got the it's kind of like a bright red. It's not so much. The deep red like what's on the Fort Wayne Hat. Yeah this is a brighter. Red Bill Same color islets and squashy. And then it's got a little bit lighter blue Not quite a powder blue kind of inbetween that that baby blue and like a powder blue or you're talking about earlier but it's not quite as bowl but it's not quite as faded as powder blue. Yes that's a couple of crown isn't that's all way around. Love it so honorable mention. Boise Papas fritos. Love it my honorable. Mention is the. I'm GONNA totally screw this up the visas to Nashville. It's the Nashville. Sounds OKAY COPA? Hat and it is a pair of guitars on the front. Due to the Nashville you know situation. Let's call it the Nashville situation. I I been to Nash Vegas Plenty of times I love it. It's super cool. Vibe is awesome. I have friends from there. Actually and he showed me around so that we had even better time in fact. Funny Story Natural. Segue here when we were driving around in Nashville we were. We stopped at a red light. And All we're just gazing and all of a sudden. This dude falls out the back of a taxi now. He the backseat. Yep He was in the backseat and he didn't open the door. And you would think you like think of how you would fall out of a back seat of a car okay. Yeah it would be some somewhat tipped to the side maybe shoulder. I know know know Brad. This dude somehow fell but I his butt cheeks hit the ground before anything else did his feet were still in the back seat of the car when he hit the ground do fell out the back of this taxi in Nash. Vegas it was crazy said there. We just like mercilessly roasted him behind his back. It was so funny as I. Continue the tradition here so absolutely fantastic. I don't know how he pulled it off but it was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen. I can only imagine cain only imagine. So that's what I mean about the Nashville Situation Anyway. Here's the here's the deal. This had is fantastic. In all of the ways we want to be it has three main colors with some pop colors. It's got blue and yellow which were huge fans of But the the dividers navy. The crown is on front two panels. The remaining four panels are tiffany blue. They're meant -til colors that's One of my favorite colors. It's my wife's favorite color. Eversholt wear anything that color and it's got two guitars on it islets are navy. Blue squashes navy blue. I love it. That's my honorable mention. Yeah that's a great looking. I really liked that. A law that White Front panel yet. It's very clean with the navy. Blue in the tiffany blue. That might be my new favorite color combination. Yeah I can see that. That looks really good. Looks really good. That's good okay. What is your favorite one though Brad? What's your number one on the whole list and I'm so excited I can't wait. I'M GONNA slaughter this name because I don't speak Spanish necessarily and it's a tough one. O K B. The would please. Hudson Valley Feno minnows in. Musk Garad awesome. Yeah that was that you're number one. But that's awesome my answering was amazing my stumbling through applaud you man you so this is. This is a Wolf K. As dressed up as a looser door. He's got a Cape Yeah. It's like a full body like you're getting the face on this. You're getting like the head. He's got no sure he's got. He's got the stretchy pants. Reggie Cape Everything K. It's awesome looked so good and the bill. The bill is a mint color. S It is the front panels the front panel black which makes the logo really pong like really stands out against the rest of the hat. And then you've got red panel's going around the rest of the back and with those with mint islets amid squashy like. There's a lot of color on this. But it's primarily black red and meant but it looks really good. Looks really good. Like I said that logo POPs in the front and it's a really cool like illustration of what a wolf might look like a legitimate. I love it so I thought it was awesome. It's a fantastic looking. I would buy and wear tomorrow. And there's just enough white in there right. The white and the gray work has highlights. It's really cool. Yeah it's really cool. Yeah good pick broke good looking at thank you not as good as my number one. Though number one number one okay the Louisville bats. They are called something else that I hope means. Back The MERCY LAGO LOUISVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. I guess also Louisville. Because that's how I say it looks like you've got golf ball wool so anyway it's It's this is the simplest hat on my list which is crazy. We're still dealing with three colors. Which I love visors black islets are black squad. She's black gay the entire crown. Is this really rich? Fire engine red. It's this beautiful but it's on the darker side. I just love it. All of our hats in all of our hoodies. The red ones in t shirts come in this color. This is the exact same color. Yeah I was GONNA say it. Looks like Baseball together nine. Plus Red Right there exactly what it is so. I'm digging it. But then the the entire logo is this sort of Mayan. Cut Out like you might see on. I don't WanNa see Totem Pole. Because that's some sort of a and B correct but But no like I know what you're talking about like you'd find it on a tablet or something from Italy. The Mayan gets it gets carved out of Stone. Anyway or like an idol. Maybe or something I don't know but it it is. It's a bad. Yeah in gold. But it's it's a Stencil and the stencils raised obviously In this metallic gold and I think it looks terrifying an awesome. All Saint Time. It's really bold. It's in your face and I would wear them tomorrow. Yeah that was exactly what I was to say. It's a really bold very. It's a really bold logo that gold against the red look sharp it really pop up and It looks good. Looks really good simple yet. Strong implement strong. Yes yeah my one man. That's my number one and all right so by right now. Two beds this fitted hat. I don't like fitted hats every talked about this baseball family. I don't like fitted hats. We talked about this. I we we talked about. How you into on hats at episode. Seven point five We've talked about how you tipped by By the snacks the snapback. That's what's called Uber guys by snapback because like share them but he didn't say why you don't like fitted I don't like fitted because my you're gonNa especially love this because you're bald but no my hair is so thick that if I don't keep it just perfect my head size actually changes like now. My head size doesn't change but my oh my yeah no less comfortable depending on my haircut so it's stupidest thing ever but I really do move the snaps back and forth. They go out progressively and then I sent back down and then they go out and it's inch back. I get that because like like I. I typically keep my hair really short. It's actually like super long right now. Relatively speaking like actually laid down. I'm not gonNA take my hat off because it looked so bad but like it's been so long say cut my hair because I haven't been going anywhere and when I do actually wear hats. Kinda like Nah. I haven't made the effort to cut my hair but like I lay down in bed the other day like through my head down on my pillow and I felt my hair move all. That's the first time break. I'm not kidding you. In at least ten years I have felt my hair move when I went to lay down because you keep it where period right there it is like. Yeah I I keep it at zero at the longest. It's like one and right now man. I don't even know it. Looks like a baby bird on top down there because it's so thin and on top of the wonderfully soft in Luscious Nest. That is your face. I'm sure you know and that's the other thing too. I was thinking of that is typically like to get my beard trimmed every two to three weeks just to keep it nice and tight you know like like long. Yes but like so. It doesn't get out control but I was like. Oh it's GonNa be a while so as you can see on the on Youtube. It's starting to get a little bit puffed out to the side and who knows what it's going to look like by the time everything is done. Could legitimately legitimately look like. I love it. I think you should just let it go man let it go. Let it go. DoN'T ASSUME HE DISNEY K. Is GonNa say as far as I'm willing to go we'll see I let it go until had to grab it and bring it back down but I also think we should all grow out some corona beard? I think that's appropriate there. I've been working on mine. It's a little slow going. I started a couple of days ago. And depending on how many zoom meetings after do for the other job I have. I have to shave. I don't know but I'm doing a corona beard Yeah well that's actually something. I was actually thinking about that today. So that's something that I think is really cool on. I talked about David Samson all the time on gas and all he is actually doing. He's calling it the MLB challenged. He's growing his beard out until Major League. Baseball plays And in the meantime what he's doing single day he's donating a thousand dollars For the first thirty days he's donating thousand dollars to A Major League baseball team to help pay their part time employees and then after that it's going to different charities who are meant to do just that in the communities He's GonNa do up to one hundred days up two hundred thousand dollars and he's like if there's no baseball he's GONNA keep growing my beard but I- capping my donations that one hundred thousand dollars. He's like if they play before. Then he's like then we'll just go for however many days so that is pretty cool pretty cool causing also pretty fun to see somebody who still has kind of that executive look right now. He's he's grown out of beard so love it pretty well land. That's that's cool to grow at your corona chosen which MLB team. He's going to give to the I thirty thousand dollars or he's doing one different team every day. A THOUSAND DOLLARS DIFFERENT TEAM. Every day makes sense though that makes sense. That's cool cool. Yeah Super Cool. I liked it. Seems like a really nice guy and you know like really. He actually responsibility area. Where smart obviously. Yeah and obviously you know he understands. Business understands the business side of things but at the same time. He's so cool. Unlike willing to like answer questions on twitter tweeted atom a couple of times or even deemed him a couple times and he's responded to my DM's with answers tomorrow. That's awesome which which I thought was super cool that somebody of his stature is one of my favorite authors. I communicate with on on twitter as well. It's been primarily twitter in in the guy is also extremely his. Name's Don winslow by the way for those of you that are wondering Don winslow's one of my favorite authors. He wrote the cartel the power the dog and most recently the border all within the same trilogy and My goodness just literally our read anything. He writes even his tweets which are very politically charged as well. So and I'm not usually. Oh Yeah I you know. I don't consider myself a political person so I don't usually get into that but he is. I appreciate his work. I appreciate his perspective So invite that in but for the most part. If you're looking for some great greedy very hardcore fiction I highly recommend on winslow but only bring that up to say that he is also one of those very elite sort of high level pro- high profile people that that's very down to Earth. I love it love when people do that. Very cool very cool well before we get out of here baseball family. I'm GONNA include the link to where we were looking at these COPA hats. Because it was it was kind of hard to find out not everybody had them up on their sites yet This place called hat club. I'M GONNA put the link up there so you can go through a let us know what you think about these ads. What were you three favorites your honorable mention your ten favorite whatever But let us know what you think about them because we want to hear it These ads are super cool. A lot of fun said fun hat. You can't beat a fun hat man. That's what you think that's right and while you're at it with fun hats. Speaking of which I'm GONNA shamelessly plug this go to nine plus dot com and I and he pl dot com now. I'm plus DOT com. That's where you can get this done that I'm wearing. This is my Merica hat. Posterity M. E. R. I. America. It's a it's a mesh back snapback trip trucker at white paneled. Red visor read all the way around The I in hat is in baseball bat. Actually so one of ours nine plus dot com. I'm wearing my strata. Bullpen shirt. Obviously which I mentioned earlier and You can get all the available. Don't forget we dropped. Our Autism Awareness Baseball together logo. T shirts hoodies tote bags etc on the shop earlier. You know I think ten days ago and they are They're available now. Twenty percent of everything we make of the twenty percent of the profits from those sales from that line are going to Alternative Baseball Organization geared toward helping people with autism and those who are differently. Abled play baseball. Can you believe how amazing is that right? Super Brad. Lovett brand is amazing. We'll have for helping us find this charity Are they based in Arizona? They're actually based in WanNa say it was in South Carolina Columbia South Carolina in Columbia. I think so either that or George. I can't remember. I know it's somewhere close to you. But but it's kind of looking around because it was about the time I was thinking about the time I came back from Arizona and I saw that they had a couple of organizations that were close to where I was the Phoenix area. Down there. Okay. So Oh yeah. They're all over the country anyway so I didn't know that I thought they were. They were a local organization in Arizona. But that makes more sense so anyway. Point is twenty percent of our autism awareness. Baseball together line is going to this great organization. We can't wait to help them help. Other people play baseball. So jump on there and get yourself something nice. Everything is the same quality that we do with everything else. You're going to get great stuff. It's GonNa help a great cause so nine plus dot com where you get all that that's right and don't forget my baseball together DOT COM. You can watch the PODCAST. You can listen to the podcast. You can read about some of the things we talked about on the PAT podcasting. Expect some stuff coming up here in the next week the next week. Be Some new content for you up there. Don't forget to like Subscriber Rate Review. The podcast tell your friends about us. We can build a community and baseball family. You stay safe out there and we will catch you next week.

baseball Corona Brad Yankees Saint George Brett billy Martin Aaron Boone Ken Griffey Joe Buck Red Sox Nashville Minor League Baseball Roger Clemens Joe Joe Nuxhall royals Tommy John Major League Baseball Mike Mussina Pedro Mlb
06-10-2021

The KiddChris Show

47:32 min | 4 months ago

06-10-2021

"Kid chris chris kiswah think you're i think you're not funny at all seriously do ear like the most fun funny radio host. I've ever heard my wife. Why are you even on the radio. Who gave you a jaw. Whoever gave me a job. Sean as there's everybody that listens the kid chris. Do not listen to him. He is not funny n es in kuala to whole eggo. Africa crawls into a home actually lower than the holy went into cover. Back over with a trash can live or spills than others. that covers the whole off. Fiercely can't go home f you to keep chrishell now got notes galore today a late one last night before it was eleven o'clock now a debate. I was invited on a like a video. Podcast thing from these Radio dudes that were competition in atlanta for you. Yeah but it's a funny story because somebody Like got my address from the atlanta area and sent me a card from one of these radio guys. Who said you know. Hey happy birthday and sent me a big bag of gummy bears and stuff. I'd love to have you on the podcast. And i was like i'll do the bottom care. You know sent me gummy bear. Yeah yeah and come to find out. It wasn't them some listener. That was just doing it and pretending it was those guys but let's do fun. And then i got pretty lit up doing it last night. I was on there for almost two hours for you. Spilt my vauxhall over myself. When i was showing them my my my body and my breasts. That's how bad ah on your account and the sugar box. Yeah i normally get paid for this. But here's a little bonus so yeah. I spilt my vodka. So as a late night last night and i woke up this morning and i have that that like every time like get like that flash in feel like my body is sweating out the vodka. I kind of like when when you when you start away. octopus squirts the yankee stadium. Soft i out vodka your cpa net. Yeah and yesterday was a tough day for the first always one positive leads to a positive will lead to a negative. I went to starbucks yesterday. Brought my laptop like the old school way and did a lot of work there now walkout. Am i a brand new twenty. Twenty one jeep wrangler. Yes somebody banged into the front of it. And there's a big gash in the front. Oh my god are you serious. What do you do. Nobody's gonna be there. Hey i did it. i'm sorry. Yeah and that was my thing yesterday. Yeah pretty psyched about that. Derek is not gonna be happy with. He might take a bite out of your wrist. Yeah just blame it. On a monkey. Derek zimmer chrysler dodge jeep and ram the general manager. There had a pet monkey and a bit his wrist. I'd say it was. his monkey. Was jay probably convention yet. Jake just like jaws four justice the children yep of the main jaws character was going after the family. The monkey new nice car okay. Derek recognize that car. Instead dare says zimmer set me home. Yeah we started having mr brian combs it from seven hundred. Wwl w talk about the coronavirus and all its. That's weaning off. Why not just keep on top of what's going on here in the tri-state right. Why not yeah and i. I don't even know what the big news is right now. I mean the vaccine million people are drawn last night so we of stay with the covert theme this time central ohio there so we have one from southern ohio from northern ohio. Now mark line from ridgewood and union county which is north west of columbus. Got the million dollars last night. Apparently mike dewine showed up at his house before the actual lottery drawing last night. They wanted to time it so that he could be there. You know to get reaction but there was a little like publishers clearinghouse way kinda seat on the lawn in front of his home right before the drawing last night but we have two more. Drawings laughed clearly The pace vaccinations slowed considerably. So it's over. it's not the novelty of it. The allure of the money definitely yes and prompted many more people to get vaccinated. We had just about one hundred thousand more people sign up in the past week. Still alive i mean is better than nothing but it's nothing compared to the numbers we initially saw. Yeah in fact the. Us has got so much of the vaccine. Now that the president told leaders in europe yesterday the us is going to be shipping out millions of more doses to underdeveloped countries and unlike russia or china The us is not putting any condition on accepting the donate a yeah. I saw that we had a lot of those leftover because there's a guy name You know big joe on facebook. Marketplace had a bunch of them big joe biden and he was Own somebody's vaccines. It was great. Leftover got a ton hit media that way state of ohio's afraid that they're going to have to destroy some of the j j vaccine. Yeah because it's about to expire. Yeah and nobody wants it. Yeah i do that. What's going to happen so they'll be trying to find some country who will take sure you can get it out quick enough you know. What have you run into a business yet. Where you have to wear masks near where they're asking you to. I have not seen the signs on the doors. And everybody ignores what everybody ignores them. Yeah and Monitoring if they just forgot to take them down. Yeah you. I mean the mask mandate is basically off the for people who have been vaccinated. Yup i out and starbucks ohio off. I think period anyway. Yeah but Kentucky it's still if you've not been vaccinated probably gonna end tomorrow. Yeah when i was in new york the starbucks. You could still go in without your mask if you've been vaccinated but they've been have tables inside announced. I still saw lady drive car with a mask on yesterday. That was a new ford. I never woman that that will person identifies his immediate car driving through newport chuckle. Yeah name she was trying to protect yourself from cicadas. Be again so they don't hit her in the face in closer to the first thing that guy told us that story about getting hit in the face with the cicadas and crashing i was like i couldn't imagine just being in a car without a c. In avenue windows up. That's the first thing. I can't imagine that i used to live like that in texas. I had a car that didn't have a c. And i was fine with it now. If i did that get it. I mean i do like to drive with the windows down but now when it's like thick and having not say now i'm too fat for that. Now that's the caterer so thick like on seventy one issue. You're throwing a snowball at your window. Windshields mass yep. This is the peak week for him. We believe they should be starting to die off in the next two weeks. Cool it now. is this this. One wasn't as bad as the last one right again. It just depends on where you are. I mean it just depends on where the the seventeen year ago. The ones laid their eggs. Where the nymphs came back up from can use they can legally and people you know like the baath flies style. I hope not because they do it by cutting a slit. Oh in the bark of a tree. I mean no if they cut. They cut a slit in a bark of a tree. Why don't they do that. They don't bite people they don't want it. Don't i mean it's something. I guess that the female cicadas that can open up just a little. Bit of the The tree lemon and they lay their eggs. And you know the those hats head crawled back into the ground. Stay there for seventeen years so they come back and bug again. Get rid of trees. It's worthy world's out there with this hot humid weather. Top of the worst people pools. You're going to find them all dead and even if you ever use your pool events comes. I know that's the thing up in upstate new york. I know people who put in pools. I'm like why spend money around here. Why spend the money putting in a pool. I have a very angry wife. Who's first week off. School has been this week and it's been thirty nine. Oh pull one bit rainy and cloudy and ugly and that means when it does get hot. The pool still going to be freezing cold. Well thank you brian. Combs tell us about people getting money for getting the vaccination and the killer. Cicadas up there. It's a war of the worlds coming up from the ground and takeover get iraq. Start swing worse. Tom cruise when you need them. Great movie no yes. I liked that movie a lot. It's a kid show. He'd be so yeah. Search from system of down has some new music and here. I've heard all through yet. But i know it's funny. He's put out south on his own. Before the past head his emailed me directly and asked me what i think and all this stuff that was years ago when i was at portland and he was super nice and we did an interview and of course Here's he. He emailed me personally. Get what. I thought of the song i said. Yeah it's alright. It's cool and that it's major hit me up said. Do you want to do an interview. And i said sure we'll talk to surge. And then of course it was like he doesn't want to talk about system of a down and that's why it's like come on. That's why you're relevant. I know but here's how many times must we now many times. Must we must truth. It's when will the truth. Be i don't know it for a fact but that system of a taoist kind of like a little bit of like a goof. You know in a way for them to get their politics out there. Whatever and this is stuff that he actually wants to do. Obviously but the system stuff is good. Yeah and not just that. We said this before. Go out there. Don't make music just go out. There play ones that we all know. Yes and that's fine. It will be very very happy. They sound awesome. Live and the people go crazy. Everybody's into it except for system because you see them live and surged standing on his own little rug and he doesn't leave the rug and he does even bob his head just kind of there and parts to say it's like that awkward part when you see some fat chick sing in country karaoke and then it has a guitar solo and he just stand there and just kind of nod guitar solo search which sucks because they crushed it. Yeah and the crowd is so bananas. Why wouldn't you get psyched. When you see a crowd going nuts over your own music. We'll never know what is going on in a guy's head like that but how many times must be a good many times must be fun but it's cooler when they sing when he sings nights. And it's about you tell me that's the system. I like malala sky guy like you're just waiting for them to go into it and i'd like waiting. You're waiting for that guitar player. Mean down so heavy it gets took okay. I guess but you don't need it would rather hear this. Would you rather here Toxicity you know in for a guy like that and and when this starts to happen with the band money isn't an issue anymore. So that's why they're they're not hungry for it. Well and they still get those you know huge festivals like in brazil or something. Pay him like five hundred thousand a dollars go up. yeah yucca. And what are you. You're not going to rehearse because he played all the songs seven times. See basically show up right before showtime you. There's a crew that's already there at set your stuff up. Put the volume knobs where they need to be you. Just show up at go for it. That's awesome to get back on the plane. Get home your private plans. How was it is cool. I mean you've seen the guys zach hawley on twitter. I think it's holly at zach. Show h. o. L. l. y. Kid chris. i love war of the worlds. Tell me he doesn't know jack. S about good movie some. Yeah i'm gonna listen to this guy. Named what was his name. Zach holly cali wrestle. Not a good wrestler jobber yes areas for is a debut. But that's the st music this gang but zach colleagues about to get an ask for more of the world but he's going to be in a world of hurt here in a second. Favorite movie is more of the world's i'm here to clowns back you and rain. We're just playing some new music from surge in and then meets at eight do acdc. So their new single called witch's spell. Now he started playing it. And i said well. Let's figure out how it goes because it takes a cdc to be acdc because you think it's going to go. I here's what. I think it's going to break down and go to plan and he'll stop and he'll say i down jagged. Its way other way. I'm probably going to be with. Acdc the bass player dc dc. Whatever they interview the can you know do and then that version but by drums. Let's hear it come to it. Come on i like it. I yes the bill. Go uh-huh maybe that's why they do that like well. Let's just big new music. That sounds like our music all the time so people can sing along so he however going. It's so good. Yeah yeah you can listen to their new album power up probably front tobacco and just think. Oh yeah like every other. It's like i know this on. Yeah oh god. that's hilarious. Get get get addicted make. We'll go back to. And then you know the when angus does a soul. Yeah it's got to go to that. Do you do says john. Here we go. He's not there yet. You didn't you didn't go out so it's listen it's good. It's their forbid fun. Yeah whenever formula. They played a big Festivals the stuff acdc big festivals. When you have a formula that works you do it and it probably makes it easier and they could crank out albums quick. Yeah yeah let's just say the point if they don't even record new bass and drums. They they don't need to. Let's take the bait. Who base a drug. We'll just play on who still to do to his loop that we'll play over busy wanting this morning here on a kid chris. Show a lot of stuff to get to including away. I figured out how to Basically eddie wilson and eddie new cruisers which is Disappear from life. All right. And i figured out a way to pull it off and i can't find any holes in it but we'll discuss. That's coming up here on. The kid. Chris show at five one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. We haven't done this in a while but The late night guy still out there. Working jimmy fallon. As a matter of fact your signed a new deal so he stayed for about five more years. Good for him. If you get the money go get it s wipe. We'll get to celebrate. The fourth of july francis sending the us a second statue of liberty. That's one sixteenth. The size the original francis getting us the same gift. They already got us in other words. They're already in the father's day spirit five more years who knows how many millions more k. Right now are vaccines are at risk of going to waste. Millions of johnson and johnson vaccines expire at the end of this month and the government is trying to figure out what we're going to do with them because people don't want him three months ago. We would have sold the kidney to get a vaccine. Now it's like their bed bath and beyond coupons or something and travel agents thought. It was going to be more. That's it was this joke. Jimmy kimmel joke yet. If you break it down he makes how many millions but break it down per joke. That's probably about three hundred grand. That joke right there. I'll give a hundred grand joke. Travel agency has announced plans to offer a friend's themed cruise next year. And nothing says. I missed the nineties. More than still using a travel agent. That is kinda fun though. 'cause i can't believe i see like a travel agency in like strip mall or whatever i'm like really i guess it's for old people to use. I don't i mean it depends on where you're going if you don't if you don't want to do all the research and they could break it down for you. That was that was a aaa trip. Tick back in the day. Oh i remember book. Living in. Wichita have to go back for a wedding and i had to go into the yellow pages and find a A travel agency. Really go there and book a flight on what i mean. This is ninety eight. That's how i did it. I know you're i look back now and i go. Oh god i remember getting the ticket. And it was like four hundred bucks roundtrip from wichita kansas. 'cause yet you have to fly to bermuda. I had moved to another plane. And all this crap. And i remember thinking god damn. That's a lot of money. I could nothing. That was more than my monthly rent. Oh jesus where did you live in. A shack in wichita announced its reintroducing. It's ten cent discount for customers who bring personal reusable cubs meanwhile customers can save a buck if they hold out their hands. That's good yeah. He's very snide. Which makes good. So that's seth meyers so there you go there's your late night dudes. We love to talk to john. Matterease from channel nine. He's on facebook. John matterease money and if not always just about money but it also is about scams that are out there ways to protect us and also lifted a hood of things that are going on society that you may not know about and something look out for mr john matterease. Good morning good morning. Show that i'm going to write that down in good now. The i saw you on television channel nine watching it all day long. I saw you out and the beautiful chris. Army was talking to you while you're out in front of a gas station talking off by the way but thank the gas. Prices are on believable. right now. yeah it is crazy. You know year ago. We're paying a dollar ninety nine gallon. We got used to it. That's the worst part of that. Oh i got gas for a dollar seventy nine this week. Now we're up to you. Know hit two ninety nine sat that way of memorial day and this week you talked about sticker shock. Three dollars and fifteen cents three fifteen from regular across most of the cincinnati area. And i tell you people are just stunned because that really hits you talking about you. Think about it. It's another dollar twenty five a gallon more than a year ago. So if you've got an suv. Driving your tv your pickup truck. You know suddenly a gaffe fill up. That was like forty five dollars last year. Like seventy box. It's amazing if you have a big gap. Thank on an suv. It's costing and it's got a slap in the face right now. Just now you gotta look those people that were like filling up the trash bags of gases stuff and think. Oh maybe on something all those people garbage man. Mike point with dance back. That's like two hundred quarter. They were smart now john. You told me you texted me and said there's something going on with amazon sharing our wi fi or something like that. This is really. It's really spooking people out. I mean it's this. New service from amazon just launched a couple of days ago called sidewalk. Go know if you've heard about it but what is is if you have alexa device that means any type of echo for you ever. Rain came or doorbell and millions of people have ring doorbells which doings at sharing some of your wifi bandwidth with your neighbors in their with their neighbors and anyone who has a device. It's kind of sharing the wi fi bandwidth so that they could create a mesh and the whole neighborhood. That means if you're in a suburban neighborhood you know and like you know there's parts of your your house maybe you're back the why five sucks on it. No they want the whole neighborhood to be covered by wi fi by sharing every a little bit of everybody's when i find out like enough you know lawn chair and you have strong five or you know you go next door neighbor's house. You're still on your wifi. I mean that's what they want to make a neighborhood while mash of wi fi and a lot of people are just freaking out. How does that work. As far as access like do they have access. To your wi fi password protected very is all encrypted and protected your wi fi you'll pipeline. That was in grip everything's increasing. All these acts going on. I'm like most people are totally freaked out about this idea of sharing anything you know i'm filing ban with with your neighbors and the thing is you can't turn it off but a lot of privacy experts are saying is on should've said it's opt in sign up for it you know they're doing it automatically you have to opt out if you have an alexa or rings get into the app and you'll see settings the amazon sidewalk aegis pap it threw it off. You might wanna do that. If if you've got device everything comes automatically turned on like what i buy like a service online. It'll say like an automatic subscription re keeping redoing. It and you gotta go in there and shut it off. I hate that everything is like that. Try this especially streaming services. Yep yeah i think. We'll do a trial of dizzy or hbo. Max peacock or something. Trialled luck with that full credit card and everything and then you have to remember seven days later that you want to cancel the trial. Yeah well that. Joe francis guy that used to do the girls gone wild with a subscription. Dvd's whenever he got a lot of trouble for that because they made it so hard to cancel the subscription. How many girls gone wild. Dvd's you have. john. I appreciate your calling in. Hey great talking videos. John let you borrow jaw. Just jump on your wife john matterease. You're the best. John matterease money on facebook. And we'll talk to you next week buddy. All right great. Talking to chris time every morning we bring him in a delicious man l. delicious definition sexy man local sports leather. But now we're like jared fogel ready since he and kentucky spunky he is hunky when he speaking you'll be creaming keeps his short. Like bengals season sec delicious delicious with delicious kiss commissions so delicious delicious kisses da da that is the segment he is here. He talked sports every day with us. Thanks to our friends at cullen. Electric wiring for today's world at five one. Three two two seven forty one twelve electric. Cincinnati dot com. Look at wigan tyler. Stephenson drove in three last night. Vitamin gutierrez got his second win. Reds over those brewers seven three snapping. Milwaukee's five game win streak pack Gutierrez went seven innings. Six hits to run seven strikeouts. Nick cassiano also added a two run double victory freddie peralta and louis casio today at twelve. Thirty five sunny grays expected to miss at least two starts at being placed on the ten day. I l with a right groin. Strain thank you. that's what that's what you're growing. He was warming up in pitching in the fourth inning. La- warming up and he got hurt. Yeah perfect yep perfect on day seventy seven years ago meet. Where were you on june tenth. Nineteen forty four while he was The allied forces were headed to berlin. What does four days after d day and history was made at crosby field against the saint. Louis cardinals joe nuxhall through bingo joe. Nuxhall the left hander. Becoming the youngest player to appear in a major league game fifteen years old at his morand today is the day. what else is going on. I don't know you're the sports guy. I'm trying to come on. I know frontier league last night. Florence speed evansville. Thirteen six ten and three. Nba phoenix said off denver. One twenty three to ninety eight. The suns lead that series. Two games to nil okay. All the islanders dumped boston. Six to to who the bruins get out the brought a couple of guys on that bruins team. I can't stand that's okay now. You brought up a win. At their and six games they'll go against tampa bay and the one of the stanley cup semifinals. You brought up to the joe nuxhall. Seventy seven years ago. John gotti died today in prison. One thousand nine years ago. That and fourteen years ago. Today was the final episode of the sopranos. That final scene is up on kid. Chris dot com. How about that were you happy with that final scene. Well i i was watching my wife and of course the final scene goes black at the end and all and of course my wife goes. What did you do. Tv off did you do that. I hit the button. I'm sitting here rubbing here sitting here. And then i stood up and i walked out myself. Wow that's how it ended honey talk about the black okay. What a great show man. I can watch every so. I know it's unbelievable. Movie the the. Yeah the the prequel with the son. His surreal son phoenix son. Good to go see that. Why not what was the last movie you went to that you went to i went to. I went last week door before. Yeah how'd you know. Wow good for you thought it was. Debbie does them all and she was the double a twin bill at the dent ask. I don't think they showed those the dirty dead saying it was at that drive in off. I seventy five at their the cut of the hill remember. They had that that in right there at people used to stop. They used to the whole wreck cerrell. Excuse me movie theater right in a cut of the hill sex scenes and it was like. That's already car wrecks for years. Did you ever bring a date to the driving. No no i never went there. Did you ever give that up. The popcorn surprise now box surprised me. It's the same guy. Came up with that. what what. What is the pizza. Box surprise. Can't say okay well. The pop can't sell popcorn surprise. Probably the same thing with the whole underneath the popcorn right and you tell are reaching their deep honey. Yeah shake your hand butter butter salted or unsolved butter. You get all the above with an world's second that's true. Maybe other areas best about us talking about eighty was a little mellow on this thursday. Are we now. It's raining out and stuff. You want people to take easy. Take it slow of course kook. All this is brought to you by calling electric. That's right that's the. That's the sound of me trying to wire them out house by myself. you know. I thought that was the end of the sopranos at your house burden. Thank you andy cohen. By the way he's been he's got his own onlyfans website. He poses nude sufferer extra cash on the side. Yeah have you seen them. Yeah i don't look at that stuff. But i'll send you a link. You should happy thursday. Everybody rude gentlemen on the phone. They used to work in the radio industry. He sold this radio. Show is a sales guy named blake. And he How where's he been. He's been working. The guys would work in a lot. He's got a job right blake you. You're like a form or something right right. Please hang on a second. Seventy one degrees scattered showers coming people. It's what are we got. Twenty six after the hour time temperature brought to you by genesis diamonds. My man donald dave. What's up. you know what a blake is. Actually he works in the construction industry now and you know he went. He went away for a while because he was on drugs and tried to rob a bank. And all that. And you've been sober. How long Probably close to six years. Wow good job and no slip-ups Now right well. You're in the clink for a while so by the time you got out you completely out of the woods as far as addiction. Right we're in jail. It's it's just as easy to get drugs as it is on the street. Oh even easier okay. Now so blake You know has been working at this place for a while and stuff and you know. He does a little bit about construction. Does construction work at all that and now he's he's recently doing some construction work at home too so when he's not at work he's been doing construction at home and sending me pictures now like do you want to go ahead and explain what you've been building. Where i you know i. I fell in love with this girl. You know which is actually funny because it was two years after i got out of out of out of the can Matter two years to the day later over there. I'm like her kitchen was kind of disaster. I finished their kitchen. And then i got into some pet projects so he had a basement. That was unfinished and Oh this is. This is her baseman. Oh okay it's even better. I didn't know that go ahead. Yeah yeah but. I've been spending a lot of time there so to speak so i decided to Yeah take a little corner myself. Build a little hobby rome. Actually a sex dungeon walk and it's real folks. He said we pictures and one of the pictures. I mean there's like it. Looks like a massage parlor. He's got like the bed in there. And the mir all that stuff and then he's got these different that are different. He's into this well. I called about the watching About the you know the the parlor there and she goes I would love to go with you sometime to that and And i was like well you know. I don't know how they feel about that. But they got me thinking like why. Not build my own wasi wash in the basement. Now she's got like the komo nose and stuff like the you know just like so. She does before asian kind of thing for me down there and You know it's it's also got Like i bought like toe strap hooks. I'm looking at a picture right now. so here. He is the latest read right now. It's on and there's a little bit in the mirror. Took a picture of looks real creepy. The next to the little hooks where you arms and legs. This is better line buffalo bill going on the last picture the last picture he sent me where. I'm all like okay. We gotta get him amount talk about it. It's it's a dr- a driller saw whenever he added a an apparatus to it. Edie edie uses that on her. I guess and funnier the kitchen. It looks like the kitchen island way gotta clean. And that's just a friend of bananas win so every day i would come home and take a little nap but i thought i would hear that delivery man coming out of the door poyser. I walked down to. Is these lights. Turn colors so he sent me pictures of. There's the blue stick. I know that light. Is that the amazon. Like twenty five bucks. Yeah it's the smart ball. Ge high so i could show with my the other being was bolted. The bed to the ground down or doesn't move around and then i put Handrail on the wall. Can't stop to grab onto grover. I put a mirror on a forty five degree angle. So anywhere you are in the bag you can look up at yourself is pretty dope. I put Like a A bar of fixed feeling. You know there's a position called froggy style right where it takes a lot out on a women's Gluts in five. You know 'cause they're like you know like a squat. I love that. Yeah me me too. But a lot of women don't have the dexterity for that move it was. I put something on the ceiling to grab onto to help. You know such as your upper body. Put that different nothing. You don't be hanging laundry on her cries about that one. And here's the other thing. When i got my new toy the thaws off things yes she had a hundred degree temperatures down. There have been waiting for this out of all. The stories blake has brought to the table. Yeah yeah this one is number one really undoubtably number one phone call. He found a good woman. Obviously yeah i mean allowed him to build a sex dungeon in her basement. Yes then i got pictures like daily pictures of how it looks there so but you don't have a popcorn ceiling though right no puts them ship out down. There is there ship lap because the wage coating and the only thing i would recommend is just go cordless with all your sauce now. Actually you know. That's funny man. I have a dresser in there. But i wanted to make the room if you walked in. You wouldn't immediately notice anything right. So i have a dresser in there. I drilled a hole through the back of the dresser. and put it power-stations. Let me tell you why you've just found your new calling your new reality show sex dungeon. I'll blake gammons so people call me black holes. I can make you a sex sex dutch it. Just call me watch. Why show here on. Hdtv out do you know how many people out there first of all don't have enough balls to admit that they want something like this and if you go in there and your professional your discreet about your knowledgeable. You got a polish up. The name though sex dungeon is a little eerie. So you gotta call it like the love shack pleasure. That's not bad pleasure ru leisure home. Yeah he i see. My girlfriend is a trooper and she realizes that. I got some major issues. You know what. I mean turn issues. No you're hurting. Anybody i mean is the thing falls off the top of the saw. That thing i'm telling you what man that thing. It was like sixty bucks. You can get it on amazon. And i'm telling you that ad thing is the panty dropper and and you know what i gotta tell you. Like some of her friends She told her friends. I get you know blake bill. A sex dungeon my basement. And they're like really none of them are like you know my you know put off by it. They're like know kinda hot you know. Okay i m theory. Is you bring her down there for all the disgusting stuff springer upstairs you want to the bedroom right there. The bedrooms like the nike night. Yeah that's right. That's where you talk about your day and all that stuff then but it's also like something where he gives her an opportunity at one point. You're out there. You're saying i watch. Tv she goes. Hey you wanna go down to the dungeon and you know what's up right exactly and she was talking about getting a dining room table and i'm like. Why are you going to do something for a room that you used three times a year. Like with the with the sexto orange. And i'm in there two three times a day right. Got it now. Do you go out. Like is the mother of invention absolutely blown away. But you. You seriously turns your life completely around. Yeah this is. His addiction built expects stuff. I'm not joking. I think you should pursue this. It's a funny thing. But i told my boss about it because i was like i was like listen You know we'll be you do when you don't have a sump pump but yet you wanna put a drain in the floor. Were you need a drain in the floor. For and i said hose it down. Yeah down proof to your room is yeah well like i wanted to go full. Soundproof with the It's called there's some vinyl material like i forget what it's called but and that was expensive. But it is relatively soundproof. Tortoise soundproof doors. Oh and i was gonna put a put a food slot in the door because The only thing is like you know she likes to be held captive. You know what. I mean in the room for a while okay. So i'll put one of those gerbil water feeder things i. I'm trying to find holes in his plan. This is great. Oh god god you need you need to rent your place out as an airbnb. Yeah right down to. Is there an access to that place through the basement. Oh good through the basement from the outside. But oh i really like when her parents visits don't just happen to wander into. Yeah but she's an adult. Yeah let her parents use it. Hey blake i'm. I'm gonna tweet out a couple pictures from the place that you sent me and especially the one with the saw in. Tell everybody what you're you're twitter's so people can follow. i'm glad you asked nisa ruby bubis yes mr rubies. Okay follow him on twitter. The national for god's sakes sex dungeon master should be your handle right now all right. I got that project done in about two and a half weeks. To how combat would you charge for something like that. You think that particular room thousand bucks. Now that's all materials to hold. That's a thousand dollars as far as just the labor or all probably probably materials are cheap. I mean i think. I bought the biggest expenses. That door was a hundred bucks and then like she rock stars and stuff. I mean it was cheap. Yeah okay so so thousand dollars. Labor plus a materials for mr rubio obese to come over sex dungeon master ruby bubis will not sell sex dungeon master data television show and the real hero and it is my beautiful girlfriend. Who by the way might be doing. Larry king style interview on quad crafts. Coming up at some point. I hope so. Yeah i gotta get hulu in for that if okay tonight. Live from club. Chris at seven pm on a kid. Chris dot tv while interviewing her. Would she let you use the saw oo about. I'll ask her. Okay that's worth worth it. Okay blake i talking okay. Let's i'll be glad to do it. You know it's very important stuff. We gotta get into absolu- groundbreaking discovery channel with that show. Yes one hundred percent blake. Thank you very much my friend. I love you cookie and meet You were actually ethan today although thank you thank you hit your to the table today. We'll see later rule bubis. It's show. I tweeted it out at kid chris. If you want to see some pictures hetty please cover their ears. This message is for grown ups only teddy rocks sex of yours. Yes it mouth would move in the back of it. So i would put it in metal songs and just let it nibble komo joe.

ohio starbucks chris chris kiswah chrishell John matterease Derek zimmer mr brian combs chris Derek joe nuxhall atlanta zach hawley L. l Kid chris Zach holly eddie wilson zach amazon mike dewine us
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:03:33 hr | 2 years ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you in the life. If you want to live CD medic target your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active. OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease right now at T. mobile get an possum iphone. Ten are on us when you bring your family over and trade in your old device because whether you have mom mom dad or a friend on your mind it's a gift so bold and brilliant you WanNa keep it for yourself. The most importantly it's on us in six five plus us with unlimited everything from t mobile he possum iphone ten are we'll have everyone snapping streaming cherry to their hearts content all year long but don't wait. It's only for a limited time so visit a store or call one eight hundred t mobile get I've phone tomorrow on us if congested customers using more than fifty fifty gigs per month may notice reduce speeds deprioritization video at Forty P. B. At twenty four monthly bill credits for well qualified customers plus tax qualified traded services and finance agreement required contact us before canceling her credit stopping remaining balanced sixty get zero down thirty one twenty five per month for twenty four months pre-credit price seven forty nine ninety nine zero percents. Apr One offer perk out back in seventy one. He began his career as a baseball announcer for the Norfolk tides and also in nineteen seventy four he was selected among two hundred applicants since to succeed Al Michaels as the Cincinnati reds play by play announcer on wwl W radio he has won the hall of Fame Ford C Frick Award for his contributions Russians to baseball and Marty Brennaman joins us on sports byline. You Know Marty when I take a look at your career. I know it started back in North Carolina. Tell me a little bit about the early days of Marty Brennaman in sports broadcasting. Well I yeah that's that's a good question right. I went to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to get a communications indications degree and when I got out of school I was married and had two kids and Tom being one of them and got a job in television in high point North Carolina Elida 'cause I couldn't find a radio job in six months after that I got a radio job in a small radio station wwl radio in Salisbury North Carolina between Charlotte and Greensboro Borough and now it's a great thing ever happened to me because I did small college football and basketball. It's all the College and Livingstone College. I did American Legion baseball which is the first baseball play by play I ever did and I worked there for five years and they got the job to go to the Norfolk Virginia and do the Virginia squires who had moved out of Washington. DC and then as you mentioned I did AAA baseball for the tides for three years before I got the chance to succeed Alan come to Cincinnati insularity when you take a look at those early days is there anything that has been a carryover throughout your entire career that you can think has been part of the foundation of Marty Brennaman Broadcasting Career for all the success. You've had marty well. I think the biggest thing and Tom and I used to talk about all. The time because Tom had a very quick. Rise is to the big leagues with a limited amount of experience in my case you know I got a chance to go to a small town and Salisbury and and and and try to improve upon my craft without any any great pressure to be any good because I wasn't making enough money to be any good and and it's the greatest thing ever happened to me because I got a chance to do as much play by play sports and football basketball and baseball as I possibly could good do and when the chance came for me to move up you know do the Aba with Julius Irving and George Gervin and Charlie Scott in Virginia team and the and the Aba Okay and then do triple eight baseball my my foundation I would have gone the route that I did because I think the foundation I got from working in small town. Radio was the best thing that could have ever happened to me that job with the Virginia squires you work with a friend of mine. I believe Albuquerque. Oh let me tell you Alan. I had some great times together for the years that he coached the squires. He was one of my dear friends and I learned so much from him. In fact I was talking with somebody about him. The other day. I've not seen Allen probably ten years or more and I asked periodically I saw Daniel astle a short time ago and ask Dan if he ever cross paths with Al and he said I was doing fine. bow was wonderful to me and and really really helped me as far as my career is concerned. I have nothing but great memories of Albuquerque Challenges of each because one one you've got Bang Bang type of action that would be the basketball the other of course you've got a lot of down-time in baseball telling me about developing in your talents in each of those sports well. That's a good question I I like doing basketball whether it be on the pro level or the college level to to winding up and hockey would fall into that although I've never done it but it would be it would be a parallel winding up a wind up toy and and and turning them loose at seven thirty in the ball went in the air or eight o'clock when the PUCK DOC was dropped or whatever and he goes nonstop for two two and a half hours baseball which I still maintain is the closest thing to a pure art cogently then you can't do baseball. It's amazing. I've had college coaches say to me. You got the easiest job in the world. I said why the because you're sitting up there talking about baseball. I said you know I'll give you a chance to come up and do one half and I I think all you gotta do is get three outs and I wanna see you have no. Let's play it. I'd let one coach do that and when it was finished he was drenched in S- in perspiration and he said to me that's the hardest thing I've ever had to do. I think physically basketball and I'm sure sure hockey takes it out of you more but I think baseball is the toughest sport of all to do. If you'RE GONNA do it well Marnie. Do you believe that the time you spent doing minor league baseball with the Norfolk tides really gave you a good foundation for the major leagues now. I say that because I think there's something romantic and there's something special about Minor League Baseball aw maybe been lost especially with the money at the major league level. Would you agree with me that one hundred ten percent sent work double a or class baseball. That's a tough road the whole I was lucky because when I started professionally I started the triple a level where for the most as far we flew everywhere unless you've going between Richmond and Norfolk but I I truly believe that for my money the best guys that that that come out of that enter into Major League baseball today or guys who plied their talent and honed their talents working at the minor league level and that's why I pushed like the Dickens anytime I get a chance to to give a young guy a chance to work at the big league level if he's if he's paid the price of working in the minor leagues. I've been a strong opponent over the years for guys that because they bad at three twenty three thirty lifetime or three ten lifetime and and hit five hundred home runs they automatically Matichon qualify to be baseball broadcaster. I'm totally opposed to that as opposed to giving a young guy a chance who has spent five or ten or fifteen or more more years honing his skills working minor league baseball for my money. That's where it all starts and that's working at the minor league level. I I mentioned about one thousand nine hundred seventy four when you were selected to be the broadcaster for the Cincinnati Reds Two hundred plus applicants. What do you think was the deciding factor? Did you ever find out what the deciding factor was for why they picked you for my money. It's because I work cheaper than the rest of them. you know they got down to three broadcaster casters a one of whom was the number one announcer but I then at that point when I got the job and and in retrospect I really felt as I look back on it over the years that you know one was fortunate because they were they were highly successful three years earlier and giving out Michael chance bringing him out of Hawaii where he was doing doing the islanders games and giving him a chance and it work well then and they felt like they could do it again and bring a guy to a minor leagues as was the case with May and and and making me lead announcer in Cincinnati so I- jokingly say because I work cheaper but I really felt that what Al Did the to pave the way for me to get an opportunity because they were so successful with bringing him out of the minor leagues. You're hiring paired with a former reds pitcher Joe Nuxhall and I'm just just wondering what your first impression was of him when you got into the broadcast booth well the funny thing is the first time I ever met him was on February the first one thousand nine hundred seventy avenue four which was my first day on the job and I've met him at a photography studio in Dayton Ohio because they were gonna take some you uh-huh stakes them victories for glossy prints of Joe and I together and and Joe I separately and when I was introduced to him the first thing I said was I have your baseball card and and I did because I was a big baseball card collector at one time and out of that was born a relationship that Ryan I can't even begin to describe in words how close and how close Joe and I were we worked thirty one years together. that's longer than anybody for a full season for thirty one straight years has ever worked together tandem as far as Major League baseball broadcasting passing is concerned and the first game that we ever did regular season was against the Atlanta Braves Opening Day nineteen seventy four ended ended the top of the first inning of the first game I ever broadcast during the regular year Henry Aaron Tie Babe Ruth Home Run record and and when the inning ended the first thing Joe said to me was what the hell do you do encore and I said you know what I don't know I don't know but we had the relationship that we had we were closer than brothers. I I I was blessed with working for him working with them for thirty one years because I learned so much from him at so much respect and love for him that it was just a very very special relationship and ship as I said I was blessed to it then able to sit next to him for one hundred and sixty two games over thirty one years Marty Brennaman is with us. We're talking about his career and we'll talk a little bit later on about his son's career Thom Brennaman as we continue across the country and around the world we've got you on America's sports talk show sports byline. Are you an active stock market investor. You know these three key words buy sell hold those three magic awards can make or lose you money in the stock market. What are we can show you? A time. Tested tool has been helping stock market investors succeed for over thirty ears. It's called Vector Fest and amazing system designed to make smart investing easy the vector vest system analyzes sorts and ranks over nineteen eighteen thousand stocks every day and tells you when to buy what to buy and when to sell any stock to maximize your profits in less than ten minutes a day and if if you call right now you can test drive amazing vector vest system risk free for thirty days for just nine hundred ninety five eight hundred five eight four to five if one nine eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight hundred five eight four to five one nine that's eight hundred five eight four four twenty five nineteen. It has been said that everyone has a book in them but to have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills the head of life experience that you WanNa pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you WANNA leave and autobiography for your family or maybe you built a successful business and you want what is share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We have professional writers who can help turn your book idea into a finished manuscript quickly and affordably a dorrance Prince Ghost rider can provide as much or as little help as you need to complete your book. You'll work directly with your ghost rider to finish your book faster than you ever could on your own. It's it's easy to become a published author called Orange Now to learn more eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three eight hundred four eight five five six zero zero three eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three call right now that number is eight hundred four eight five six six thousand three if you were a loved one is suffering from physical or emotional condition that has left us unable to work then listen carefully take this number down eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one that's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one when you call you'll speak with social security disability expert and get a free the evaluation to see if you may qualify for disability insurance benefits from the US government. That's right a monthly cash payment paid directly to you from the Social Security Administration whether ear applying for the first time or you've already been denied disability benefits call now the disability attorneys at Pinnacle Disability can help you build your case file an appeal and represent you you at no upfront cost to you. Don't wait another minute to see if you may qualify for your social security. Disability benefits called tickle disability group at eight hundred five nine three seven seven four nine one for your free case evaluation. That's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one call now. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Ron Baugh Doc. Marty Brennaman has joined us on Sports Byline USA the longtime radio Voice of the Cincinnati reds and we were talking about got his broadcasting partner for thirty one years Joe Nuxhall but it was the second game with the Cincinnati reds that you came up with your famous phrase and this one belongs to the reds Ed's. was that something that just came natural or how did it come about Mardi. Well you know the people if the others have written it was the second game I don't. I don't know precisely they won it. Was I think it was in the first couple of weeks of the season and the club was playing at home. I don't even remember who was against but but dave concepcion of course was a shortstop at that club part of the big red machine and it was in the bottom of the night to the bottom of an extra inning and he got a basic to win win the game and it just came out. I mean it was not it was not planned. It was not preconceived. There was nothing plan all oil by the phrase it was just fontaines and as I was driving home at night from the ballpark reflected back upon it and thought you know what that might like not be a bad way to end every game that they win and you know it's something that has stood me in very good stead but not nearly wooded they'd have had the impact and it did had been with the club that did not win with great regularity and obviously in seventy four they finished second to the the dodgers and then they want it all and seventy five and seventy six so I set a lot and the only mistake I made was not getting copyrighted. We're done at the time but I didn't but if if Marty Brennaman has any kind of legacy when my career ends it'll be something that probably will include that phrase after each win and some of the highlights Marty's broadcasting career include Hank Aaron's record tying seven hundred and fourteenth career home run and seventy four Pete Pete Rose's four thousand one hundred ninety second career hidden eighty-five time Browning's perfect game and eighty-eight Ken Griffey's five hundred career home run in two thousand four to six hundred at the two thousand eight and of course you were behind the mic for the reds world series victories in seventy five seventy six in one thousand nine hundred ninety you know when somebody has been associated with so many great moments and longtime broadcasters certainly have been. I'm just wondering Marty. Have you ever sat back and thought about how much you've been a part of and what do those moments mead to Marnie Brennaman having been called them well you know as as you shut I I've been I've been privileged and blessed to be a part of our or to watch great ball clubs. I know this forty news recently had an anniversary issue and then they selected the seventy five branches the second greatest team of all time second only twenty seven Yankees and then the nineteen ninety club with Barry Larkin and Eric Eric Davis and and that bunch won the world series being Pittsburgh in the play offs in Oakland four straight in the world series in Griffey home runs and I've I've been a part of great events. I've been a part of great clubs been associated with great players. I been truly blessed. Excuse me I never would. I have dreamed one that in coming to Cincinnati in nineteen seventy four I be entering not thirty nights season in two two thousand twelve and the part of it was to have been apart of excuse me great clubs and great players as I had been in truly the greatest place I've ever lived born and raised in the south but coming in the mid West as I did in nineteen seventy four and if I could have chosen a career and a route a path in which I would've taken. I couldn't have picked a better way to go then the way I've gone. I think you know as well as I do Marty. It's always tough to follow in the footsteps of of a father who has been successful in the case of Tom. He certainly has followed in your footsteps. In two thousand thousand six the reds rehired him to join you in the broadcast booth as well as do play by play on the television starting in the two thousand seven season. I'm just just wondering as he was coming up and he's talked to me a little bit about the early growing up years and being around you and everything. What did you think about him? Possibly following in in your footsteps are doing the same thing that that you were doing right. I never thought about it. you know I I've I've been witness to fathers who had put pressure on their kids to follow in their footsteps in in in in in oftentimes. It's something that has backfired because the youngster is done at unwillingly and it didn't work out and so I made I made a decision many many many years ago when Tom was you on that I would I would never put a pressure any pressure on him or his daughter or sister dawn or my youngest daughter Ashley to put any pressure on them to do whatever they they. They could do whatever they wanted to do. And during times junior year in college he one day matter of factly said to me. I think I wanna do what you do and I I said that's great never having any idea that he had the talent that he obviously has and in has just added an incredible career a career that really is brought us even closer and closer and closer together because you know we they had a common bond and the one thing I determined after he decided to get into this business and that I realized that he had an incredible amount of Cala our and aptitude for it was the fact that excuse me I would never ever offer any criticism unless he asked for it and and there have been you know I it's it's amazing and it's it's. It's really hard warming to me now when he doesn't NFL football game for Fox if he doesn't I was in call me after the game before he comes home or he'll call me the next day and he said you got a chance to see the game yes would you think and I will offer my opinion. I'm thrilled to death that he's had the success he's had but the most important thing about it all is that even though he's got incredible about a success locally and nationally he's a hell of a guy I mean he is a truly good person who is respectful of other people will who has never gotten a big head over the success that he's had in this broadcast business and that's probably the thing more proud of that. He's a good person he eh on top of the fact that he's a heck of a good broadcaster. I asked him Marty what he thought. was probably the the groundwork for your success and he said his passion and and his honesty and I said well what's it like to work in the broadcast booth with him. When you're both doing a game he says well? I always drop by about thirty minutes early and throw out something that I know we'll get him riled mild up. Let me tell you something and he did. He could not charge you anything chore because he he can push my hot button better than anybody anybody I've ever been around and I know he's doing it but I can't help myself. We had the kind of relationship that are basically like a a couple of brothers as opposed to a father son and you'll come into the radio he's right. You'll come into the radio booth about thirty twenty five thirty minutes before the game and he you know he'll say something to get me going and I realized what he's doing that. I can't help myself and then leaves telling you know nobody's going to be listening. Thank you Dan playing you people say on TV tonight because they're going to be listening to us on the radio and watching the television so we have. It's it's an incredible I would. I would hope that every father and son had the kind of relationship the Tom and I have because it special he's my only son he's a great success in the business. I've been fortunate enough blessed enough to be an put all these years going back to nineteen sixty five and nobody's nobody nobody's happier for the success that he said we got about ninety seconds left Mardi but have you thought about the fact that you and Thomas Broadcasters of the Cincinnati Eddie reds which is one of those storied franchises in Major League baseball that you're kind of the keeper of the legacy that it's really important for you and all the fans that follow baseball Volun- particularly the reds that you are able to give them a feel for the legacy and also the love of the game. Do you get that sense when you're doing a broadcasting game you know. I don't know that I think about that run I do when I'm in a reflective type of mood. I'm just thankful that that he's in this town and and and this is a place that he wanted to be more than anywhere else in Chicago he was in Arizona but he's a sensitive guy on Pearl the death but he was able to come back home and work in this town. I think he'll be broadcasting reg baseball long after I'm gone and the legacy of father and son. That's the thing I'm good. I'm really really proud of because he thought enough of my industry to decide that this is what he wanted to do for a career also in about forty five seconds I'd be Amiss if if I didn't ask you for your thoughts and remembrances of the late sparky Anderson wow we special he was one of my dear friends in life I I I could talk forever about what he meant to be Joe Nuxhall with the two most important factors in my early years in Cincinnati. He was just a special person person who had no ego at great success who loved everybody and everybody loved him and he'll be remembered for many many many years after since he's passed way because of the goodness of the person that we're talking about Marnie I wanNA thank you very much for talking about your fine career but also about your son as well. He is a gentleman and he's also we'll find professional broadcaster following in the footsteps of his professional Father Marty. Thanks a lot for joining us on Sports byline pleasure. Thank you very much Marty Eddie Brennan the Longtime Radio Voice of the Cincinnati reds and again that famous catchphrase and this one belongs to the reds he began his broadcasting career down in North Carolina when when we come back on the other side his son Thom Brennaman is going to join us Tom of course outstanding broadcaster for the Fox Sports Network doing baseball and NFL football we'll continue with more of you at America's sports talk show burn. It's over awards member member appreciation month at a reilly auto parts where you can earn bonus points on more than two hundred fifty offers. Stop by your local reilly auto parts store. Today are browsed through our offers reilly auto dot com or you could earn double points shopping online. O'Reilly auto parts better parts better prices every day. They fall is here and with the leaves changing. It may feel like you're running out of time to get any lingering home. Projects checks done before the holidays. Luckily homeadvisor can give you a hand so you can spend more time watching football and less time doing home. Projects from minor repairs is to major remodels homeadvisor will connect you with top rated pros in your area. The pros have been reviewed by your neighbors so you can see what others thought of their work IRK and if you're not sure how much the project should cost get multiple quotes from pros and use homeadvisor's project cost guide to see what others paid for similar projects and to top all of it off you can book appointments online no more phone tag so whether it's remodeling the den for football season or fixing up the house before the holidays homeadvisor advisor makes it beyond easy to get your home projects done to find the right pro at a fair price. Just ask homeadvisor go to homeadvisor DOT COM or download the free award-winning homeadvisor APP today discount travel sites say they have the best prices but health dot COM has the price match guarantee. Look me in the eye. If you find a better rate they match it and take twenty five percent off yet well. This is radio so just stare at the radio heal dot com has the best prices kinky swear herb her. You know radio spare plus. You can choose your exact room and get free Wifi Cross my heart stick a needle in my radio. Expect better expect Tilton must Speed Hilton honors member applicable terms and conditions at Hilton Dot Com pinky swear errands. We believe good people are all around us in fact you hear it on the news all the time a human chain to rescue a man during the skin. That's my errands approves. Good people other stores. Won't your credit isn't the best that's fine me more time to pay. Let's work it out. One hundred options from top rains just lease with Aaron's. We've been delivered to you for free because good people always deserve better under easy beautiful affordable del semi annual sale is officially on you now have the rare chance to get the latest Dell and alienware computers with Intel core core processors at seventeen percent off discount usually reserved just for employees shop a wide selection of leading edge Dell and alienware monitors and more all with free shipping call eight hundred by Dell or go to Dell Dot com slash semi annual sale to enjoy huge limited time employees savings. That's eight hundred buy Dell. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Ron Bar. It said that the ACORN doesn't fall far from the tree and in the case of Marty Brennaman that means his son Thom Brennaman is also a sportscaster a very successful one for the Fox sports network doing. NFL Football and Major League Baseball he also does Basketball College football and as a TV and radio broadcaster caster for the Cincinnati Reds alongside his dad and he also was the first voice of the Arizona diamondbacks. Tom What point is you were growing up. Did you realize what your dad did good for. A living realized very early on what he did for a living when he was broadcast in Minor League Baseball. I'd have a chance when we were living in Norfolk Virginia News broadcasts cast the tidewater tides games go with him on a semi regular basis not all the time 'cause I was very very young. I'd get a chance to go to the ballpark from time to time and I think we're really where it really kinda hit home. When he lived in the same area Ron he was doing the Virginia squires and the old? Aba The American Basketball Association and that's choirs team had Julius Irving George Gervin and Charlie Scott on the same team and I had a chance to actually be a ballboy for the visiting visiting teams that would come into play the squires and I think that's where it sort of really opened my eyes it while it was pretty cool job. What did you recognize about the job? What was it that first? I impressed you about broadcasting. That really has stayed with you today Tom. I I think having a chance to be around so many what turn out to be some of the biggest names in sports history as a very young man you know whether it was Tom Seaver whether it was Artis Gilmore or Julius Irving or George Gervin or Dan is Sola right on down the line and then when my dad had a chance to get the Cincinnati reds the job sparky Anderson would go into the office on a regular basis while my dad was pre-game show with him. Pete Rose Johnny Bench Joe Morgan. I knew all these guys on a first name basis Ron when I was ten eleven twelve years old and I think the one thing that carried over more than anything is I saw aw such a a young person as a child but these guys really were just regular guys no different the old cliche the about you know they put their pants on one leg time so as I was able to move forward I in my broadcasting career. I think one thing that's really helped is I've never I've been envious. I've never been jealous. nor have I ever been in all of who these guys are. I certainly admire everything they do and what they're able to do. That's for sure but I've never been just a awestruck by him and and I think in a lot of ways it's helped with my relationships with the players. The managers as time has gone by and my career. What was it that struck you about the way your dad prepared in his style of presentation that kind of still stays with you as well Tom well he tells it like it is I think it's safe to say and you know the only guy I think looking back and I'm not gonNA pretend to know all the broadcasters of all the major really baseball teams through the years but certainly baseball on radio is is sort of the gold standard if you will of all professional sports broadcasting asking generally the guys who do the baseball on radio going way back or the guys that that all the rest of us look up to and wish we were as good as and I think they get safe to say that you know maybe there's one or two other guys? I'm not sure I know their names but I don't know if anybody's ever told it like it is more than my dad does and I think that's one thing I've always very much admired about him. Got Him into hot water. not necessarily with management because he's been extremely blessed to work for people in Cincinnati that have never really you know tried to monitor or censor some of the things that he said about his own team through the years so I think that may be more than anything else but I'll tell you what what he's a mighty good announcer. You know for for guys like me or still trying to work you know my way up in in this in this business and try to make a name for yourself and do the best you can and when when you turn on a baseball game in the middle of the summer it's very easy for a lot of guys is to get bored with it especially if you're broadcasting for a team and maybe having a good year. I still don't think there's anybody right now today that on a Major League League baseball game on the radio. It is his equal today I think of all time I'm just saying today. I think you know as well as I do that the people people who do television cannot necessarily do radio but the people that do radio can usually make that transition to television you've been able to do both very successfully. What is the magic of being able to do both because the skill set is different Tom? I think you just have to remember where you are Iran. You know it's easy for me to say because I've had the opportunity ready to do both and I think it's not so much that guys who have done. TV can't do the radio. I think oftentimes it guys who have done. TV have only done TV and they've never been given the chance dance to do the radio. I've been so fortunate to have a chance to really do a little bit of both even now and so I think it's it's more of a case of just remembering. Where are you are on the radio? There are certain things you have to do all the time. You have to give the score you have to sort of paint the picture of of what's going going on in the ballpark. What's The ballpark looked like what stadium look like? What's the outfield dimensions? Look like what are the colors of the uniform. What's account WHO's on base? How many out all those things on television meanwhile are pretty much right there on the street for everybody to see and so on radio play by play a sport the play by play guy is is the man on television? I think you have to be smart enough to realize that it is an analyst I ribbon game baseball football and so you're extremely fortunate and Lord knows. I have been to work with some of the best analyst that there had I've been in the history of television. you know whether you're talking about Tim. macarbre worked a lot of games with him. Bob Brenly who I think has been as good as anybody has been in the last twenty twenty five years of broadcasting Steve Stone on the television side. Steve Alliance was it was very dynamic guy and you know and football about a chance to work with Brian Billick for a number of years. She's very much an incoming Guy Aikman and there have been other so when you've gotta when you've got a partner who you know can carry the ball and you just turn around rounded handed to them if you have confidence in that he can get it in the end zone then. You probably ought to be smart enough just to keep paying him the ball. What's the best pieces of Advice Tom that your Dad Mardi Gabi as far as broadcasting advice? I just think you have to be who you are and not try to be somebody else. you know some guys personalities are different than matter what walk of life or in there are people who are more subdued that are more laid back. They're extremely tight big guys who are really uptight and on the edge and there are guys like laugh like that fun who are very passionate people I would certainly consider myself to be a very passionate guy and you know at times I've been heavily criticized for. Perhaps being too passionate about you know certain people in the sport of the way they play a game or maybe from criticizing guys the way they play a game name but you know what that's who I am and so you know I like to think that there are times where you may be cleaned up the language a little bit but you know that somebody could maybe sit next to next tomato bar and have a beer and and maybe close to the same guy that they're they're watching on TV. Pay Me into the broadcast booth on a the say an afternoon a Saturday afternoon. Cincinnati reds are playing anybody in the National League. Your Dad is beside you. You're both working the game. Tell me what that atmosphere. Here is like Tom well. My Dad is very Iran. You've known my dad for many many years and you know he's he's a very loud noxious guy who loves to laugh and carry on and hold court so to speak and so you know I often hear it from other people that have worked with him for years or or some that have just worked with him for the last number of years. I'm able to get away with a lot more with him. That a lot of other guys do so you know I can I can put the ball on the tee so to speak and say something that I know is going to get him fired up which will send him off the deep end in a funny buddy showmanship sort of way and and I think those are the best time so I I make it a point him when I'm doing the game on television and he's doing doing the game on radio too you know we'll have dinner together every night before the game but I'll always make a point about half an hour forty five minutes before the game just to go in the booth and and have a good fifteen twenty minutes of just finding a way to sort of pried him a little bit and find out what happened has sort of worked work on that particular day and I'll hit the right button and then of course out turn around walk out the door. Let's talk about capturing the moment your dad certainly has been associated with a lot of great moments in baseball including Hank Aaron's record tying seven hundred and fourteenth career home run back in one thousand nine hundred seventy four and capturing the moment is something always a challenge. I think for most broadcasters. How do you approach Tom? I don't know if there's necessarily planned and or you know sort of stock answer to approaching the big moment again. I think you have to be very aware of sort of what's going on. oftentimes the crowd is is just the thing that that you gotta let ride. you know big pitches in a game downs in a game on a third-down you get near the final minute. you gotta understand sort of of where everything is at that particular point in time but then there are times you really have to deliver a call all you know I I think back to some of the ones that I've heard you know some people might like them. Some people might not like them but you know the the Derrick jeeter play in Oakland you know I was fortunate enough to be calling that game on Fox the Boise State Oklahoma on the game in the Fiesta Bowl and all that took place in the final number of minutes in that game. They're just moments where you don't need to say anything. and there are moments where you know you you hope and you pray that you've Kinda got the right call and it's a power pack. Call all to liberate when it needs it and then you can shut up and let the crowd take. I was GonNa ask you whether anticipation is an important aspect of calling being a key play one. That's surprising play and also maybe just pausing to be able to assimilate what has happened out on the field so that you make the correct call. What do you do you know and I I one of the one of the things I've tried to learn through the years ron because I I tend to jump things quick and you know when you jump them and you hit them right? You know it looks pretty good when you jump them and you hit them wrong. You really looked at and Lord knows I've done my fair share of both through the years I recalled into National Championship game between Florida and Oklahoma and I lost track Jack of what it was and you know I I all of a sudden jump on it now and going into this big you know robust called about you know Florida's defense stands tall and stops the gators drive and or the Oklahoma drive and and it and they were still fourth down to go and now you're sitting there going Oh Cali. Do you know how that happened but it happens happens. I mean look you know you make mistakes. I've always been I've always liked the guys who are out there willing to take the chance you know and it doesn't end by nature. I'm a very conservative person whether it be with my lifestyle whether it be with my politics whether it be by family and the things that the ways I'd like to see them raised but I've I've always admired the guys are performed prey into probably being one of those to a lesser extent not with the giants by any means. I don't WanNa make it sound that way but you know I. I like that style and it's worked. Sometimes it's blown up. Sometimes we have about a minute left Tom but when you think back to Ohio University and when you join station W. ATF agent think about where you are what you've accomplished and everything what means the most Thom Brennaman women I just I I just I'm so thankful and so grateful and thank God for every second. That's happened to me good good bad and indifferent going back to those days. you know heck. I I hear movie. Stars kids talk about Gosh. There was so much pressure. You know I couldn't get through it. My parents were famous. Nobody talked to me. You know I my dad all the way through high school through college as I was starting my career and even now and I just looked back and I'm so grateful for the people who gave me the chance to be in the position because ultimately there are a lot of people that are better announcers than I am and have been for thirty forty fifty seventy eighty years but they never got the chance and I'm just forever grateful people that those people gave me the chance and try to remember it. I got four one of the things that I think is synonymous with. Both you and your dad is the fact. Did you have a passion for what you do. It comes through in your broadcast and I think that's one of the reasons why both of you have been successful as you are Tom. I want to thank you very much for sharing your career in Austria remembrances about your dad and about being in the broadcast booth together you both have left your mark on sports and particularly in sports broadcasting. Thanks a lot top. Take Care Ryan. Thank you and the congratulations on your success. You've been a good friend for a long time Dr Brennaman with a sportscaster for for the Fox sports network you see him doing. NFL football also Major League Baseball his Dad Marty Brennaman. He shares the broadcast booth with for the Cincinnati reds game. We continue can you with more of you and sports byline living your dreams. You're living with debt in in fact. It's smothering you now. There's a way you can take back control with one simple call. If you owe ten thousand dollars was or more in credit card debt you qualify to receive a free no obligation consultation on how to get rid of that debt for good call the debt helpline now we we work on your behalf to reduce your debt. We specialize in credit cards retail store cards and medical bills. One simple call is all it takes to get the ball rolling to a debt it free life. Stop living with debt and start living your dreams call the debt helpline now eight hundred nine five seven six zero six three eight hundred nine five seven six zero six three eight hundred nine five seven six zero six three. That's eight hundred nine five seven in sixty sixty three attention business owners now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business we can give you packages packages with up to ninety great channels and save your business a ton of cash and if you call right now you can learn how to get free equipment and free installation. Now you have choices. It's time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business and call today and get ninety channels plus free equipment and free installation elation smart business owners like you all across the country are consolidating and saving money on their cable TV Internet and phone service for their business so now's the perfect time this maybe a limited time offer to the version one hundred people that call right now so please save money and call now eight hundred four seven oh seven one one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three. That's eight hundred four seven. Oh Oh seventy one thirteen hi Dr Robert Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health your life and your sports as a weekend warrior you know about sports injuries and pain exercises an important element in keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries but when when you are in pain there is one product that I recommend to my patients and that is Blue Gel Lugo consists of a proprietary formula developed specifically for the treatment of inflammation and general enroll muscle aches and strains I recommend blue for my patients coping with hip and knee pain before surgery especially bursitis tendinitis. Give Lugo try call one eight eight eight three three zero zero one two three and you'll receive a one week supply of blue absolutely free the makers of blue or even paying the shipping the number again is one eight the eight eight three three zero zero one two three if you want more information on blue visit online at. WWW DOT DU dot com now available at select the big five stores stores near you. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA PEERS RON bar. That's going to wrap up this hour. Sports byline as we talked about L. celebrated and remembered the broadcasting career Marty Brennaman he did his last game on Thursday and that Milwaukee Cincinnati game and he's walking away after forty six years in the broadcast booth and of course his catchphrase is and this one belongs to the reds and it was coined during his second game with the Cincinnati reds and he really did call a lot of great moments including Hank Aaron's record tying seven hundred fourteenth career home run in nineteen seventy four and also Ken Griffey Jr Junior's five five hundred and six hundred career home runs and three Cincinnati reds world series victories and we remembered him also with his son Thom Brennaman broadcast partner before him on the Cincinnati Reds Radio broadcast now hang around. We've got more coming your way on America's sports talk show Hey sports fans this is Eddie Utah check out my shield Dorfman sports byline Sunday each and every Sunday eight. Am To ten am Pacific Time on your sports on the sports byline USA Radio Radio Network and Sports BYLINE DOT com. You're listening to the sports byline. USA Zeh Broadcast Network you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live dot heartland newsfeed dot com this stream is supported by advertisers in contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's this is the liberty your daily source for liberty news and activist updates produced in partnership with as Ls News and listeners like you online liberty beat Dot News Dot News. I'm mcmurray with your latest edition of the Liberty beat golden starting at one thousand five hundred thousand dollars silver at eighteen dollars and sixty one cents and Bitcoin is trading around eight thousand five hundred fifty one dollars. Today's prices are brought to you by you know scandal takeoff with manager out looking for a safe secure way to store your important files online. Let Enos Gail Hand for you. Their high availability cloud servers are the perfect solution for clients needing one or more secure scalable servers with built in hardware fell over protection for details. See Them Online. It didn't know scale L. Dot net in the news in mid. Two Thousand Nineteen Hawaii became the twenty sixth to do criminalize small amounts of marijuana after the bill became law Hawaii's governor cautioned that decriminalizing the herb does not mean a status prepared to legalize recreational use of cannabis under the new law people marijuana will will no longer face a misdemeanor charge that had been punishable by up to thirty days in jail and a one thousand dollar fine now people carrying three grams or less can can still be slapped with a citation carrying a one hundred and thirty dollars fine but no jail time Hawaii Democrat controlled legislature approved the bill and then sent it to the governor owner the governor in May neither signed nor vetoed it as a result the bill became law and will go into effect January eleventh twenty twenty the marijuana WanNa Policy Project said quote unfortunately three grams would be the smallest amount of any state that has decriminalized or legalized simple possession of marijuana and unquote. They'll liberty is sponsored in part by brave botanical. 'S HIGH-QUALITY CRATE HIM IN CBD at reasonable prices with excellent customer service raid botanical is activist owned and mission driven and believes so strongly in the power of create them. They're giving it away for free. Just go to free ounce of creative DOT COM tom for a preemptive crater delivered to your door. Just pay shipping. That's free of CREIDIM DOT COM. This is the latest edition of the Liberty beat. Find does online at Liberty beat Dot News Dot News. Your news now continues a police officer in Florida is facing suspension after arresting too young six year year old children as the Orlando Police Department investigates incidents which raised fresh questions about the over-policing of school children in the United States as well as the arresting testing officers owned violent past and record of excessive force. The mind unleashed reports at Orlando Police officer Dennis Turner was on duty as a school resource officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges on Thursday local news outlet. WF La reported a six year old girl was charged with battery after kicking a classmate at her K. through five school a problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues related to sleep apnea following her arrest ask the first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident according to the child's grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed fingerprinted edited and even had her mugshot taken the events surrounding the storm area fifty one team which went viral over the summer appear appear to have been little more than hot air and social media buzz as a few hundred alien enthusiasts and revelers party near the secret of US military base in a largely uneventful manner yet despite the holy innocuous nature of the storm Area fifty-one phenomenon they might unleash reports the US government doubled down. It's menacing posture this past weekend and a bizarre czar tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who might read the site in a tweet Friday by the defense visual information distribution service a Pentagon public relations agency Z. The unit shared a photo of B. Two Stealth bomber accompanied by the ominous caption quote the last thing millennials will see if they attempt the area fifty one raid today the message has since been deleted and the department issued a tweet the next day calling the tweet and appropriate and saying they apologize for the mistake mistake support for the liberty comes from the conscious resistance network featuring videos news reports and articles from spiritual anarchist perspective active experience the conscious resistance at the conscious resistance dot com. How would you like to have your business on the liberty beat you can just send an email to the liberty at SNL S. DOT news for details this is the liberty produced in partnership with SNL as news in listeners like you? The liberty is online online liberty beat Dot News Dot News. I'm McMurdo reporting for the liberty reminding you spread liberty with a smile because you can even save forty five percent on packages compared to your high price cable bill while take those giant scissors out and cut the cable and save with Dish TV plus you get a free. DVR upgrade to record your favorite shows and free installation and with dish anywhere you can watch TV for free on your Mobile Device Act fast. You can save hundreds of dollars. Does your cable company do that for you. Get all the best TV programming at your fingertips are fraction of the price of cable TV so say attias goes goodbye to the high cable bill and save up to forty five percent on dish TV packages. Today these are limited time offers and can change aimed at any time call fast eight hundred four zero five two five six one eight hundred four zero five two five six one eight hundred four zero five two June five six one that's eight hundred four zero five twenty five sixty one live worldwide sports byline. USA and here's host host Ron box and glad you can hang around for another hour of this edition Sports Byline GonNa be busy of course college football coming up this weekend. I'll tell you who our guest is going. GonNa be in just a moment but I think you know since it's Thursday for. Let me tell you about the rest of the schedule coming up not only on Friday but next week because we got a great lineup for your next week week on the next sports byline we check in as we do every Friday with Roy Eisenhart former president of the Oakland A.'s teaches law and sports at UC Berkeley and we call it inside Angola's Roy and I dig down deep on some of the interesting sports stories and try to give you a fuller and deeper analysis of what's happening and also Sal Barry will be here sal course big guy in sports memorabilia and collectibles and so we will talk to him and then Bruce Marshall will drop by on the next sports byline nine Bruce of course well he's going to be here in a moment to talk college football but on Fridays he comes around to talk about the NFL schedule and also on the Friday sports byline addition Joe Lake of the owner of the Golden State Warriors along with Peter Gruber and so we'll talk about those three championships and how they were able to build that team into a fine championship organization and as a peer in the next week Bob Stoops of course national championship is the head coach at Oklahoma Homa and we'll talk about his career. Carl Yastrzemski will be with us on Monday as well and one of the reasons why I wanted to have him on is his grandson Mike Yastrzemski plays for the San Francisco giants and of course the giants were back in Boston for an interleague series and in the first game that he was back there Carl was in attendance and he hit a home run at Fenway Park and I also see the Brian Billick will be here as he is. Each Tuesday's inside the game is the name of the segment. The Super Super Bowl winning coach breaks it all down for you. Janice Robin will drop by next Wednesday Charlie Sanders. We'll talk some football Mary Carillo next week so we try to give you a pretty good reason reason to join us here on sports byline Bruce Marshall Standing by senior writer for the Gold Sheet. We got some key games coming up this weekend in college football and so we'll talk to him about that he'll break it down for you. Give his analysis and his predictions and then Dave Wilcox Hall of fame Linebacker who played his entire eleven year career with the forty niners played in seven pro bowls and was an all pro five times but get this. He missed only one game during his career because of an injury. What an accomplishment so we're ready ready to crank it up good to have you with US Bruce Marshall Coming your way next on sports byline? Hey Hey bench. What are you doing? I'm rubbing my blue EMU on or you ready to go fishing fishing. You said we're going fishing this morning. Ten Gold Glove Award here we go again. Johnny Bench doesn't go fishing yeah. I know I know Johnny Bench goes catching blue EMU supports healthy muscles and joints blue emu it works fast and then you won't stink available at nationwide retailers and Amazon fat indeed. We understand that when it comes to hiring it's important to have a large Georgetown pool that choose from but sometimes too many good options can be overwhelming. That's why indeed doesn't just give you access to a large pool of job seekers. We also offer screener tools that let you instantly narrow down your search hone in on hiring with indeed experience indeed for yourself today and get a free sponsor job of great on your first posting indeed dot com slash promo terms and conditions apply money now one hundred is not a lender broker or agent of any lender or financial advisor we do not make loans or credit decisions you must be eighteen years or older and a US residency qualify. This is not an offer or solicitation to lend. I went to money now one hundred dot com and got the five five thousand dollars. I needed deposited in my account the next Business Day. If you need money for any reason help is here got money now one hundred dot com and get the money you need need to pay off credit card debt could've money now one hundred dot com need your car repair need home improvement money visit money now one hundred dot dot com. If you need fast cash for any reason to money now one hundred dot com good bad or no credit at all go to money now one hundred dot com you could get up to five thousand dollars as soon as the next business day go to money now one hundred dot com on your phone tablet or computer type in the address bar money any now one hundred dot com. That's money now the number one hundred dot com the yellow tag sales event at your local dealer is pushing the limits of how affordable a CD right now not only are we offering up to twelve hundred dollars off select two thousand eighteen. GTI spark models we're also giving you zero percent and financing for thirty six months right into your next adventure with the revolutionary performance a CD watercraft escaped the every day at your local Vr peop- offer September thirtieth and eighteenth certain conditions may apply see dealer for details at the Home Depot. We appreciate pros. That's why we created pro pro extra built just for pros with exclusive benefits like volume pricing purchase tracking and paint rewards plus. Now Pros can save even more time with the new pro experience on the Home Depot. Oh APP find products fast in store access special member savings and use the new pro extra virtual idea. Check out all the convenience of your phone become a pro x remember today in received twenty dollars off your next purchase only at the home depot more saving more doing this is America's sports talk show sports byline. USA here's Rhonda Time to check in with Bruce Marshall as we do each week find senior writer for the gold sheet and of course on Thursdays we take a look at the weekend's top college football games and he gives us a breakdown his thoughts analysis and also predictions and Bruce. Let's kick it off. You've got number eight Wisconsin which is looking better and better each week. They're playing host to north. Western boy. Dad was really a a statement game by the badgers the as you suggest last week one thirty five fourteen over Michigan wasn't even that close it was thirty five mill- at at one point so yeah that was an announcement by the badgers that they intend to stay on national titles seen They're going to have a game at Ohio state and a few weeks and then Iowa Iowa looks like a big ten west showdown but it's all in front of the badgers here in the meantime Jonathan Taylor the running back is making a heisman trophy bid. I think surprised here although his towel impotent North Western has been and it's been a big disappointment for the transfer quarterback from clemson hundred Johnson who was very highly regarded coming out of high school run this because he had to transfer for Clemson that didn't figure to be a negative we know who's there now with Lawrence and buy it into shots and but he has not not been affected in fact the teaching green and heard a few weeks ago bringing with being their quarterback nonetheless Wisconsin might be a we fly huge effort last drinks thinks this might not be a fair assessment for North Western Okay and score forecast thirty two fourteen Wisconsin they went Hanley. Stay unbeaten while northwestern tries to figure out a way to score course point. You know I picked up the Sunday paper looked at some of the scores and I thought it was a mistake. You got explain to me how Washington state which was undefeated what was it. UCLA last week and they lose to the Bruins this week. They go up against Utah Basketball last week. Yeah I mean I wasn't sure what was going on there. I mean you can accomplish how that we haven't seen to that degree but on occasion Mike Leach his teams of giving away leads like that when he just started playing too soft offensively and even like Ucla Pac twelve got some the defense is great in the League but you do have some big play offense who's making suddenly get hot and things happen but on the other side I mean Anthony Gorge but Washington State quarterback quarterback nick throwing nine touchdown passes last week you imagine throwing nine touchdown passes and your team losers in regulation so that's what happened to the cougars but I still think they're pretty live. I mean hurt hurt three-quarters last week. They look like a top ten team against the BRUINS. Before things fell apart. I think they'll be fine here against Utah. Team had beaten the last couple of years there's Utah's very disappointed to run replied effort against USC that the secondary got exposed. They've got big big and talented wider series in Washington state paint and the quarterback for you. Honey did not have a great game against F C. I think Mike reach goes in and wins against Utah to interrupt and they'll do it again. I think on that Saturday thirty one twenty seven Kooks in this doesn't matter whether you're college team is in North Carolina or South Carolina if you play number one clemson. You'RE NOT GONNA win that game. What what happens this week against North Carolina Yeah throw them on their East Carolina West Carolina a whole bunch? It's it's pretty tough and Mack Brown has done a decent job here with the North Carolina. Did they stumbled a couple of times in a row now. They look like they're a better team this year then he says Gordon Zebari coordinator from old Miss Longo for the offense offensive bay from West Point on defense. They're better but they're not clemson good and I think the Tigers will continue to roll through the ACC. They've done lately and the trump lawrence the only thing little discipline for Clemson as Trevor Lawrence is not put up big numbers yet at quarterback. This is trump campaign and suffered a bit but I think kill change that this week and partly because it gets pulled out of the Games early when Clemson his way had that doesn't help his stats. He'll be fine this weekend so we'll clemson forty five thirteen support forecasting issue number two Alabama is at home. I can't believe Ole Miss. It's thirty five point underdogs in this one why well last two two years in a series of combined score is one twenty eight to ten. Now I understand it is really rolled holded up. I don't think it's GonNa be that bad this week but almost done trouble what happened the last two years this fast paced Ole Miss Offense and we mentioned there coordinator last couple up here still long ago. He's not North Carolina but when a temple offense goes through an out you don't give your defense any time to rest and that is what happened the last two two years old missing this matchup against Alabama and snowball just got rolling the wrong way now this year Richard regions coordinating the offense for old mess and it wish wish we're seeing some signs they'll against talents ole miss awhile before it started to click a little bit but if it's working properly that will be the first downs and they'll they'll be able to they'll be able to matriculate their way down the field a little bit better at least Hank Schram where to set a meal and keep Alabama's offense off the back and keep the score down from last year. It's not GonNa win because all the firepower is on the Obama side forty nine ten Alabama at least we think of this keeps the tide out of the sixties. Which is this week number twenty four Kansas State they go on the road to take on Oklahoma? Stay down a breakout right. Here's a coach show we wanna keep an eye on this guy right and obviously we like Mike Gundy personally Oklahoma state side watch Chris Climate new coach at Kansas State or you talked about seven some big shoes I mean bill cider. They've got the stadium stadium named after him there so obviously big shoes to fill but I think Kansas state made a home run hire here all climbing did North Dakota state was picked up where Craig Bohl left Dr Bull to Wyoming that means win national titles I did have Carson Wentz right at the outset there but he was winning after wench moved onto the NFL climates record Earth Dakota state page sixty nine and six. I mean that's Gino Auriemma. Mike and he started off three in Kansas State. They went down to Mississippi State won a couple of weeks ago uh-huh tweaked the offense a little bit they start still a run heavy offense like Snyder's was but he's got scattered quarterback really making some big plays this year and you know one guy who's happy that Snyder electrics might gun the other ways lost the last couple of Kansas state but one thing climate should be which cited it control the pays him off the field also case stayed off the bye week book stayed off Texas Scheduling. What's welfare case state here? We're GONNA call this fight upset. K. State thirty three twenty nine. I want to watch these guys pretty good. Yeah I think number seven Auburn. I've watched them a couple of times this season. They look impressive to me as well. They'll be taken Mississippi state. Yeah we think they'll beat them on and moved to five and now and there's some big games on the horizon here for Auburn. They've had a couple already. You know they want to Jerry very important games already in both those away from Jordan Hare one of them was against Oregon that opener for weeks ago at Arlington and then last week attacked him so looking good vo next the freshman quarterback doing what but Gus Malzahn want him to do. I guess is working with other. A redshirt freshman quarterback Jilin Gateway into the land of the Jews got a package of place design fring him they keep big what happened in the cold but everything is looking good. Now we'll see about how far they can extend the margin that Mississippi state though Joe Moorehead's team not bad they beat all last year the backup quarterback shorter looks as good as the starter Stevens who may or may not play and I think keeps us one of the competitive but Auburn woodwinds and the twenty four seventeen Auburn Tigers five no instead up some really big games coming up down the down the calendar here for the number six the sooners of of Oklahoma. They'RE GONNA be playing host Texas Tech and they're heavily favored yeah they are in the Texas tech did not get good news or books like their quarterback gallon boom and hurt his shoulder older. They're gonNA last week yeah like he's out and they may have to go to the backup. Jet Duffy here better runner than a passer so this hurts Matt Rolls Offense. Bowman is putting up some big numbers early hiding you know the way Texas Tech likes to throw the ball so that should be a negative here on the other side Jalen Hurts Oklahoma is put up some huge which numbers thus far. I think he's probably in the lead for the Heisman and Oklahoma everything is falling into place and Lincoln Riley team scoring points. It's like nothing's changed. Customer leaves hurts comes in sooner scoop scoring points. Nothing changes fifty two to Seventeen Oklahoma. They'll win this run and get ready ready for some type of big twelve challenges coming up including Texas in a couple of weeks. I think it's going to be interesting. See how number ten Notre Dame responds after their game against Georgia they go up against number eighteen Virginia. Yeah you know or on your right and the schedule. Maybe it's going to work against Notre Dame here and you mentioned that Georgia the man Notre Dame put up a pretty good fight after its chambers in that game but fell short and conversely last week was the flat spot for Virginia little problem but don't make it but that was right after a great game against Florida state in this one against Notre Dame Virginia's unbeaten Ron a Bronco Mendenhall the head coach is Roxy Brockie long disciple and his defense is a lot of the same thing lucky lawns defense just quivalent of teams trying to play for the Air Force Army Navy offense playing against the defense like Virginia's is very different as well. The different looks three three five the way they blitz and stunt the way rocky along. Does it San Diego State. That's why Virginia's unbeaten by their quarterback bryce Birkin's real play Becker. I think this one is the chance for an upset here in the schedule works for Virginia Virginia as well. We had a twenty eight twenty seven Irish. Maybe they survive close. Let's go to Q. Release on Virginia on Saturday and what do you have this week for all our sports byline. USA Listeners sooners Hey Ryan a special deal here for all of our all of our publications triple play for the Gold Sheet and Major League baseball playoffs coming up too so we'll have a special the package sports are baseball playoff fixing those begin next week and baseball playoffs time in October. CHECK US out online gold cheap dot Tom you can also get my fix. They're also at Vegas insider best DOT COM by the wind goal cheat. NFL picks on I twenty five and Ingram that's okay bruce will check in with with you tomorrow Bruce Marshall with a senior writer for the Gold Sheet Thursdays he drops by takes a look at the key college football games analyzes and breaks them down and gives you his predictions on the outcome come he does the same thing on Fridays with the NFL so we'll talk to him on Friday about the NFL Games. We continue on sports byline. Are you an active stock market investor. Will then you know these three key words buy sell hold those three magic words can make or lose you money in the stock market what we can show you at time-tested tool. That's been helping stock market investors succeed for over thirty years. It's called vector vector fast and amazing system designed to make smart investing easy the vector vast system analyzes sorts and ranks over nineteen thousand stocks everyday every day and tells you when to buy what to buy and when to sell any stock to maximize your profits in less than ten minutes a day and if you call right now you can test ask Dr are amazing vector vest system risk free for thirty days for just nine ninety five eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight hundred five eight four to five one nine. That's eight hundred five eight four twenty five nineteen team. It has been said that everyone has a book in them but you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or headlight experience that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you WANNA leave autobiography for your family or maybe you built a successful business and you want to share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We have professional writers who can help turn your book idea into a finished script quickly and affordably a dorrance ghostwriter can provide not as much or as little help as you need to complete your book. You'll work directly with your ghost rider to finish your book faster than you ever could on your own. It's easy to become a published a-list author called Dorrance now learn more eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three eight hundred four eight five six zero zero zero three eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three call right now that number is eight hundred four eight five six thousand three if you or a loved one is suffering from physical or emotional condition that has left you unable to work then listen carefully. Take this number down eight hundred five nine three seven four four nine one that's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one when you call you'll speak with a social security disability expert and get a free evaluation to see if you you qualify for disability insurance benefits from the US government that's right a monthly cash payments paid directly to you from the Social Security Administration whether you're applying for the first time or you've already been denied disability benefits call now the disability attorneys at Pinnacle Disability can help you build your case filed appeal and represent you at no upfront cost to you. You don't wait another minute to see if you qualify for your social security. Disability benefits called clinical disability group at eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one for your a free case evaluation. That's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one call now. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Ron Bar. Dave Wilcox joins us on sports byline the hall of fame Linebacker who played his entire eleven year career with the forty niners he played in seven pro bowls and was an all pro five times and this is the thing that blows me away. He missed only one game during his career because of injury and I wanNA talk to you about that in just a second day but you you grew up in Oregon. Take me back and tell me what it was like. Growing up in rural Oregon I grew up in eastern Oregon and a place called Vale which is about seventy five miles in Boise Idaho. My parents moved out from Oklahoma nineteen thirty six and home this place I had the best six brothers and one sister there is four brothers that were born in Oklahoma and my sister and three other boys were Ordonio and we live ten miles from town. If you wanted to eat you got up and did your chores that was important Horton my eighth grade class. There's a kid and that we were a ten mile that was willow creek grade school and he had two classes in each room. I don't know how many was in the film throat couldn't have been too many and then when Dale High School while I was in Vail he won the State Championship twice many second once and fourth months. That's that's when football came into your life. was it a smaller squad playing football or was it eleven man squad Oh we were. We had eleven men and actually I. I graduated high school in Nineteen in sixty. I think it started about nineteen forty eight. Vail started women's football games and we were playing Lebanon football when I was in high school nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty we were classified as eighty two which was the second biggest biggest school the biggest school they want and the team that used to win all the eight one championships was in Jefferson in Portland and they had a guy named Mel Renfro and so anyhow we wanted to keep up with the RIM throws and the Jefferson and uh uh we we decided to win but anyhow growing up in a small community like that was just incredible and and we we we we had chores like I said and we we laugh about this. All the time to where I grew up I had had a brother was lying. He raised German shorthair bird dogs and we used to go pheasant hunting and during football season somebody out where we live at a car gasser Assar pickup and we take our shotguns school with us an after football practice with drive home and there was a gravel road we drive around then he would drive around which she cousins on the way home while pickups at school. The shotguns are hanging in the back window with the keys in the pick out. Things have changed a little bit. I would say so. Will Your kid on that football team because I know your stature today and I was just wondering where you beg at a young age yeah I I guess I think when I was in high school I weighed about two to ten with six three my whole family elite I had like I gotta count my brothers here but there is four brothers that I had one brother was six five. He played with Philadelphia Eagles in nineteen sixty and then I had a couple of other brothers were big big people. My my mother was the Big Lady. My sister is is six feet. He Paul so we come from a big family. You played a couple of years J. C. Ball and then you transferred to the University of Oregon you also had a brother that played in Oregon and he played on on Oregon's nineteen fifty seven rose bowl team as well. Were you real comfortable or did you have a chance to go someplace else and play your college ball those last two years and offer some USC WASHINGTON Utah Colorado. I forget all the school that my my brother John Actually went to the one you're talking about with the boy University of Oregon Nineteen fifty six as as a freshman and he struggled a little bit and came back and went to Boise junior college and then he went back to University of Oregon and I'll tell you about got boise. Jimmy Connors here in the second but anyhow I thought you know I'd better go to junior college. I because I don't necessarily want to transfer like my brother did but my brother was ray played played in the shrine game played it Oregon and played with the Eagles for one year. Decide didn't WANNA live in Philadelphia so became coach but anyhow last year in about two weeks from them. I think it's a tenth of March last year. My brothers and a bunch of people showed up at Boise. at this birthday party guy named Lyle Smith he was a hundred and and he was coach and and we went over and had a birthday card for and I talked to him last week it would be one hundred one and he says it's tough to get around now guys incredible man and one of the things through my whole career I had great coaches this in high school. We had great coaches fundamentals. We didn't have a lot of plays we just ran him really well and a junior college the same thing and then when I I was a university of Oregon. It's pretty good athletes. They're again a guy named Mel Renfro Bob Berry those guys so anyhow Kinda in a lucky to hang out with the right guys and and I have great coaches. I know that you were a guard on offense and on defense when you were at Oregon in but the thing I want to talk to you about is most people don't remember this but after your senior season you played in the one thousand nine hundred sixty four college all star targeting other college all star game was a game in which the college all stars would go up against the NFL champions and the year before you play you played in one thousand nine hundred sixty four the the college all stars beat Vince Lombardi and the Green Bay packers who had won the NFL championship and you played in the game sixty four were the bears came from behind to beat the all stars twenty eight to seventeen. Tell and we left that after the symbol is Oregon team. I wouldn't play in the Hula Bowl in Hawaii came came back and then I played in the Buffalo American all star game or something it was just college kids and then we played in that the game in Chicago auto but that was rather unique plan against the bears you know 'cause we'd watch him when I was growing up with get TV you know like once a month and they would show that there's playing the John Answer somebody so it was then and and you know a lot a lot of those guys but it was different and that's for sure but we lost I think instead of going to training camp with the forty niners we spent. I think total three weeks back in Chicago. I don't blame Lazar coach. We had a guy named Joe Don Looney who was from Oklahoma and he was connor how bledsoe played at USC appall crowd who pleaded the Viking of course I think Paul Warfield was on that team team Warfield Charlie Taylor Pete Beth `red and on the defensive side Carl Eller Mel Renfro you of course and also Wally Hill Genberg yeah and there was any Bob Brown who is a tackle from Nebraska. I think he played that game to who ended up playing Wayne with the raiders and for a long time so oh yeah there we see a matter of fact I have a picture of the Hula Bowl team and I think there were a total of twenty eight players on the team and there's five hall of famers in that picture. There's Warfield Carlisle myself crowd and they believe Mel rental. You know you guys lead that game. Ten seven at the half and of course that was against the Chicago bears and Papa was the coach over there and after what had happened the year before which was only the I think the eighth or ninth time that the all stars college all Stars had beaten the NFL pros there was a lot of pressure on the Chicago bears. I know I can't remember all the players will go with plan. I'm here right and was Eddie Wade. Oh Bukit quarterback. I'm trying to remember Wade was the quarterback okay and then well. I'm trying to think of the linebackers on the here they had well. Nicki was with with Green Bay at that time and I would assume that he probably played in that game as well. He was hurt the year before four and you know there was always sixty five thousand people on hand to watch that game yeah we played in soldier field right and and then because when I was with the forty niners we used to play at Wrigley Field and and well most of the field they the field included parts each dugout and put the plywood our the dugout so when you Iran State Wrigley Field Guy ran a pattern too deep in the end zone he'd run following the in the Dugout so that was interesting interesting and also we played at Wrigley Field. I'm getting off base here but the teams are on the same side of the field. I mean you know the the bears are they on one half and we stayed on the other half hold on just a second day Dave Wilcox's with us hall of fame Linebacker who played his entire eleven year career with the San Francisco Forty niners played in seven pro bowls and was also an all pro five times we'll talk about his career with the the forty niners in the NFL as we continue across the country and around the world on sports byline took over awards member appreciation month at O. Reilly auto parts where you can earn bonus points more than two online o. EILLY auto parts better parts better prices every day. Automobile Parts Fall is here and with the leaves changing. It may feel like you're running out of time to get any lingering home projects done before the holidays days. Luckily homeadvisor came. Give you a hand so you can spend more time watching football and less time doing home. Projects from minor repairs to major remodels homeadvisor will connect you with top rated pros in your area. The pros have been reviewed by your neighbors so you can see what others thought of their work and if you're I'm not sure how much your project should cost get multiple quotes from pros and use homeadvisor's project cost guide to see what others paid for similar projects and to top all that off you can book appointments online no more phone tag so whether it's remodeling the den for football season or fixing up the house before the holidays homeadvisor makes it beyond beyond easy to get your home projects done to find the right pro at a fair price. Just ask homeadvisor go to homeadvisor DOT COM or download the free three award-winning homeadvisor APP today discount travel sites say they have the best prices but Hilton Dot Com has the price match guarantee. Look me in the hi. If you find a better rate they match it and take twenty five percent off yet well. This is radio so just stare at the radio not the best prices kinky swear or you know radio swear plus you can choose your exact room and get free Wifi Cross my heart sticking needles in my radio expect better expect Hilton honors member applicable terms and conditions at heal dot com pinky swear del semi annual sale is officially on you now have the rare chance to get the latest Dell and alienware computers with Intel core processors officers at seventeen percent off a discount usually reserved just for employees shop a wide selection of leading edge Dell and alienware monitors and more all with free shipping call eight hundred buy Dell Dell Dell Dot com slash semi annual sale to enjoy huge limited time employees savings. That's eight hundred buy Dell at Aaron's. We believe good people are all around us in fact you hear on the news all the time chain to rescue a man during escape. That's why errands earns accrues good people other stores won't your credit isn't the best that's fine more time to pay. Let's work it out. One hundreds of options from top brands just lease with Aaron. We've delivered to you for free because good people always deserve better errands easy beautiful affordable. This is America's sports talk show sports byline. USA here's Rhonda Wilcox's joined us here on sports byline he played eleven years in the National Football League all of those in a San Francisco forty niner under and Dave when you came down here you decided to sign and play in the National Football League you were drafted in the third round by the forty niners but you were also taken in the six round of the AFL draft. What was the deciding factor for you to go? NFL OVER AFL well when I was staying at the dorm at Oregon and Houston I get drafted by Houston and they call me on the pay phone there at the door and the door manager told me to call him back but then in cancelling over who was my coach at Oregon at the time told me before the draft not to do anything until I talked to him and he I guess he must've been our agent if you will and so anyhow went in the next day after the forty niners drafts man a guy named Franklin newly who owned the warriors was a Oregon alum and and was part of the forty niners is in town and he took Mel rental now bought a dinner but anyhow Caz told me that I needed same name with San Francisco because he knew the owners and I said well I mean well that's good so I got a twelve thousand dollar contract with the three thousand dollars signing bonus and they told me that I took all the money and so they couldn't pay the rest of the guys so. Can you pay out there. Lynn cazenove was one. I believe everything that he was my coach and he knew best for me. You also played at the forty niners at old stadium now. I've been here in San Francisco for a while. I certainly have gone over there. I wasn't there when you guys played. How would you describe keys are stadium stadium for the listener? That was a classic place. W- one we used to stay downtown the night before the game and then we would drive down to keep our stadium on Sunday and Matt Hazel Tyne Bill Linebacker from cal played good for the long time he and I would drive down haight street going into Golden Gate Park into keyser in that's when all the hippies were kinda starting there in San Francisco so I I'm not sure why we did that other this kind of look at the hippies WanNa pink and then once you got the keys he's our the it was really Nice stadium but there's a tunnel that ran from the locker rooms out to the it'd be the east end the underneath the goalpost and in that town. I don't know how it feels like a long way to probably fifty yards or so I don't know but it was all gravel Roy and so early in the year when they would introduce the team they would introduce teams from the in the tunnel well we would always go out first and kind of shuffled around and make sure there was a lot of dirt cut off before the visiting team came out and so anyhow we helped them out like that but it was great and the seagulls used to come in towards the end of the year and play and I remember one game playing the Baltimore Colts Johnny night is some John mackey and many more those guys and one time time I played across from John Mack any would put his hand down on the ground and I told them rap isn't that the must be a rule violation or something well well. The reason they did that is because when all the seagulls come in all the worms would come up and they didn't want to touch the worm getting Sam's now I understand the fans could be pretty rowdy out keyser especially if you guys were losing because there are a couple of years when you had some very tough years with the forty niners and I understood they had to put wire netting over that tunnel area where you came out on the field because the fans would throw beer cans at you well. I think that you know so you'll have to ask a damn tiled and and his dad maybe but I think people used to buy season tickets to their beer in the coolers and stuff but if you never wanted to walk off with seal by John Brody if if you lost people throw stuff at him and I remember one time they missed and hit an official and that's when they put it a wire thing over the top so the people I guess they drank too many beers they couldn't throw the beers ears over the there's two other stories and maybe you can help confirm them and and one of them is the fact that John Brody and Jack Christians and really did not get along very very well and the story. One of the stories I heard was the fact that if the team was trailing when they came out for the second-half Christianson would be up ahead of Brody and as the fans Hans were doing he turn around and say hey kid. They're really on you today aren't they. Oh I didn't I didn't know about that. and that's possible passable. I know that fan you know they were were close and very diehard fans and got towards the end of the year middle of the season now the peace with Kinda nasty it was cold and rainy and foggy and all of that yeah yeah the about that the other thing I heard is that brody would have a poker party on Saturday night before the game on Sunday and he called all the guys over and he changed the game plan. Well you know that the possibility like I said I play defense. What what they've speaking of that? Let me ask you about the great linebacker tandem that you had with the forty niners Wilcox Frank nunly skip Banderban those you you three guys together. What was the chemistry? What was the reason for the success that you guys had well? I think we really had some pretty darn. Good players you start with the defensive line. There's Cedric Hardman and Tommy Hart Charlie Krueger. I think Jimmy Johnson he was my best buddy the defensive back we had the Bruce Taylor. I'm talking about the seventies early seventies late sixties and then offensively had some really good players in Washington and drought in answering running back and they score points and I I got to San Francisco Enciso the score points but we defensively we weren't very good and teams used to be this. I think because defense but anyhow yeah I wouldn't trade it for anything with some wonderful guy and you know what everybody it. It's really interesting. We talk about this all the time the personalities Alevis of the team you know there's forty different personalities but for sixty minutes on Sunday you put your personality aside and and and as as a team and and quite frankly I think in today's world that is kind of lost. Sometimes it is a team game. One guy doesn't win it and basically one guy doesn't lose it. You know I was telling somebody. The most important player on the football ball team is not quarterback or running back up at the center. The center doesn't snap the ball at them happens right right and the quarterback quarterback. He didn't want the ball because he throws it to somebody or hands it to somebody so he's at the end of the line. As far as I'm concerned so it's lying to the people are but it does take eleven guys at a time to do it so it is definitely a team game and that's the thing when I quit playing it wasn't necessarily the game itself or the but it was your buddies your teammates and the things you've gone through and you know you help hope each other and all of that so it is definitely a team game yeah. It's the comradeship a lot of players. Tell me when they leave their sport. That's the thing you want and said Dave what I do. Best is not lead people blocked me. I just hate to be blocked and following each season. The forty niners would rate their players based on their performance. The typical score for a linebacker with seven hundred and fifty and your score in nineteen seventy-three was one thousand three hundred and six and that season you recorded one hundred and four solo tackles four forced fumbles and you tackled opposing ball carriers for a loss on thirteen occasions and you you were really a true student of the game everybody I've talked to about you said that what does that mean fundamentally correct where this goes back to when I was in high school in junior college and stuff and it and the coaches that I had and I always thought everything started with your feet if if feet beat good they're in the wrong position when you do certain things and that's come some the coaches that I had the top and fundamentally you know there's a lot of great eight athletes ten and now I played addicting John mackey and guys like that who are very talented guys and the only way probably going to succeed in cheaper than getting blocked and step with doing the proper technique make my share my theater in the right spot at the right time or the or the the leverage that I'm supposed to have I gotTa make sure I get that there again used as a play got older and played more games we would look at films in the pickup the little things that might tip off a play guard might be his foot might be a six inches behind on one play. I'm not on another one so you wait a minute. Why is he doing that that type of thing and then and then of course you know like I said there's so many great athletes in that world and there are a lot of them today of course but I fundamentally I had to be correct? Could you know maybe I didn't have as much talent as some of the other guys but I was going to work my tail off to make sure I knew fundamentally. I was right. Let me ask you about one of the stats. I mentioned a little bit earlier because it kind of blows me away I I you know as well as I do that when it came to health and when it came to doctors Thurs back in that period of time it just wasn't the same as it is today and you missed only one game during your career because of an injury. How did that happen? How were you able to do that? I don't know maybe got hit in the head too. Many I got nineteen seventy. We were playing a Miami Exhibition game. I got clipped me and tore the cartilage in my knee was about the second or third exhibition game and played the whole season nineteen seventy with that and I did my knee drained input knives and man they talk about a challenge but I had to play. I mean I couldn't couldn't let my teammates down so I had to be there and do that and so it was matter of our Dr. Lloyd millman was our team doctor and so long as they wasn't you know hurting breaking something else or creating more the problems he said you know you can play but it's going to hurt and of course it is quite used to tape it up and all that and then after the nineteen seventy season I would back to Oregon and a guy named Dr Slocum at that time was one of the real with beating people in the country fix their operated on fixed it that cartilage at that time I mean I was in a hospital for a week and stepping out something you go land morning at ten in your home at noon so anyhow but yeah I wouldn't recommend that everybody do that but it worked out for me. Let me also ask you during the course of the eleven years you played in the NFL you think back about all the games that you played in. Is there one that is really indelibly lovely in your mind forever every one of them. you know how how fortunate I was to be able to do that looking back. I said I I my eighth grade class of eight kids my high school graduating class for your high school so I think there was fifty one kids in my graduating class. I grew up on a farm in eastern Oregon. How in the heck did I ever end up going Canton Ohio great coaches and some skill? I'm sure a lot of luck and a lot of good teammates. When you take a look at the all the great players you played with and you played against as well hall of famers outstanding players? What's the commonality? All of you have I think I think it's probably competitiveness. What a what a make sure you do everything correctly? then you know working with with your teammate. I always thought that every team that I was on that was a good team had half a dozen leaders that took care internal problems when I was in San Francisco our coaches never had to discipline players 'cause there was six or eight guys that took care of that problem and I remember Dick Nolan one time wonder Camila where this one kid player was and in the player had down something they shouldn't have been done and we had a team meeting and he got a little a little stuffy so one of our guys took a hold of him and put him in the locker and put the lock on the locker and left him in there and told him when he was ready to be part of the team would let him out so we go out to practice and coach more and more so and so what spot he's tightened that right now it'd be with us tomorrow Dave Wilcox with us again hall of fame Linebacker who played his entire eleven year career with the forty niners and that included playing seven pro bowls and was an all pro five five times and as I said the thing that jumped out at me is the fact that he only missed one game during his career because of an injury and if you think back about again the medical aspects of playing professional football it was not the same as it is today we continue with more of you and sports byline. Remember in the beginning when you first started to build a life for you and your family. You never imagined it would come to this instead of living your dreams. You're living with debt in fact it's smothering you now. There's a way you can take back control with one simple call. If you owe ten thousand dollars or more in credit card debt you qualify all of is to receive a free no obligation consultation on how to get rid of that debt for good call the debt helpline now we work on your behalf to reduce your debt. We specialize in credit cards retail store cards and medical bills. One simple call is all it takes to get the ball rolling to a debt free life. Stop living with debt debt and start living your dreams call the debt helpline now eight hundred nine five seven six zero six three eight hundred nine five seven in six zero six three eight hundred nine five seven six zero six three. That's eight hundred nine five seven sixty sixty three attention business owners now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business we can give you packages with up to ninety gray channels and save your business a ton of cash and if you call right now you can learn how to get free equipment and free installation. Now you have choices. It's time to start saving being money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business and call today and get ninety channels plus free equipment and free installation smart business owners like you all across the country are consolidating and saving money on their cable TV Internet and phone service for the business so now's the perfect time this may be a limited time offer to the I one hundred people that call right now so please save money and call now eight hundred four seven. Oh seven one one three eight hundred four for seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three. That's eight hundred four seven. Oh seventy one thirteen. I'm hi I'm Dr Robert Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health your life and your sports as a weekend warrior. You're you know about sports injuries and pain exercises important element and keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries but when you are in pain there is one product that I recommend to my patients and that is Blue Gel blue consists of a proprietary formula developed specifically for the treatment of inflammation and general muscle aches and strains I recommend and blue for my patients coping with hip and knee pain before surgery especially Bositis tendonitis give Lugo try call one eight eight three three zero zero one two three three and you'll receive a one week supply of blue absolutely free the makers of blue or even paying the shipping the number again is one eight eight eight three three zero zero one two three if you want more information on blue visit online at. WWW DOT DU dot com now available at select the big five stores near you. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Rod bar and that's going to wrap up. This hour has sports by night. We talked to football with Dave Wilcox Hall of fame Linebacker who played his entire eleven year career with the forty niners he played in seven pro bowls and was all pro five times in his AAC pointed out. I looked at that stat. I thought maybe it was a misprint. He missed only only one game during his career because of an injury and he was drafted by the forty niners in the third round and the Houston oilers took him in the six round of the AFL draft than it was converted to outside linebacker in his nickname was the intimidator and as always Bruce Marshall Senior writer for the gold sheet drop five take a look at the Games in college football break it down for you and give you his thoughts insights and predictions hang around. We've got more coming your way on America's sports. Let's talk show freaks of speed and motor heads. It's Kenny sergeant would speed freaks be sure to catch crash gladys statman and yours truly every Sunday night seven seven tonight Pacific ten to midnight eastern. That's right speed freaks on the sports byline Radio Network uh-huh you're listening to the sports byline. USA Broadcast Network you're listening to the heartland news feed radio network at live dot heartland newsfeed dot com this stream is supported by advertisers his contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's this is the liberty your daily source for Liberty News and active updates produced in partnership with as Ls News in listeners like you online at liberty beat Dot News Dot News. I'm mcmurray with your latest edition of the Liberty beat golden starting at one thousand five five hundred thousand dollars silver at eighteen dollars and sixty one cents and Bitcoin is trading around eight thousand five hundred fifty one dollars. Today's prices are brought to you by Pinot scale takeoff with manager out looking for a safe secure way to store your important files online. Let Enos Gail for you. Their high availability cloud servers are the perfect solution for clients needing one or more secure scalable servers with built in hardware fell over protection for details. See them online it in o scale L. Dot net in the news in mid two thousand Nineteen Hawaii became the twenty sixth to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana after the bill became law Hawaii's governor cautioned that decriminalizing the herb does not mean a status prepared to legalize recreational use of cannabis under the new law people cop marijuana will yeah no longer face a misdemeanor charge that had been punishable by up to thirty days in jail and a one thousand dollar fine now people caught carrying three grams or less can and still be slapped with a citation carrying a one hundred and thirty dollar fine but no jail time Hawaii Democrat controlled legislature approved the bill and then sent it to the governor owner the governor in May neither signed nor vetoed as a result the bill became law and will go into effect January eleventh twenty twenty the marijuana WanNa Policy Project said quote unfortunately three grams would be the smallest amount of any state that has decriminalized or legalized simple possession of marijuana in unquote. They'll liberty is sponsored in part by brave botanical. 'S HIGH-QUALITY CRATE HIM IN CBD at reasonable prices with excellent customer service. Bray botanical is activist owned and mission driven and believes so strongly in the power of create them. They're giving it away for free. JUST GO TO FREE THEM DOT COM tom for a free trade. 'em delivered to your door. Just pay shipping. That's free of Kim Dot Com. This is the latest edition of the Liberty. Find does online at Liberty beat Dot News Dot News. Your news now continues a police officer in Florida is facing suspension after arresting too young six year year old children as the Orlando Police Department investigates incidents which raise fresh questions about the over policing of school children in United States as well as the arresting testing officers owned violent past and record of excessive force. The mind unleashed reports at Orlando Police officer Dennis Turner was on duty as a school resource officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges on Thursday local news outlet. WFL reported at the six year old girl was charged with battery after kicking a classmate at her K. Through five school a problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues related to sleep apnea following her arrest. Ask the first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident. According to the child's grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed fingerprinted I did and even had her mugshot taken the events surrounding the storm area fifty one team which went viral over the summer appear appear to have been little more than hot air and so media bus as a few hundred alien enthusiasts and revelers party near the secret of US military base in a largely uneventful manner yet despite the holy innocuous nature of the storm area fifty one phenomenon they might unleash reports the US government doubled down on its menacing posture this past weekend and a bizarre czar tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who might read the site in a tweet Friday by the defense visual information distribution service a Pentagon Public Relations Agency Z. The unit shared a photo of B. Two Stealth bomber accompanied by the ominous caption quote the last thing millennials will see if they attempt the area fifty one raid today the message has since been deleted and the department issued a tweet the next day calling the tweet and appropriate and saying they apologize for the mistake mistake support for the liberty comes from the conscious resistance network featuring videos news reports and articles from a spiritual anarchist perspective active experience the conscious resistance at the conscious resistance dot com. How would you like to have your business featured on the liberty beat you can just send an email to liberty at SNL dot news for details this is the liberty produced in partnership with SNL as news in listeners like you? The liberty is online online liberty beat Dot News Dot News. I'm McMurdo reporting for the liberty reminding you spread liberty with a smile then cable. TV be why because you can save forty five percent on packages compared to your high priced cable bill take those giant scissors out and cut the cable and Save Save With Dish TV plus you get a free. DVR upgrade to record your favorite shows and free installation and with dish anywhere you can watch TV for free on your mobile. The vice act fast. You can save hundreds of dollars. Does your cable company do that for you. Get all the best TV programming at your fingertips at our fraction of the price of cable cable TV so say attias how dare Judy Goodbye to the High Cable Bill and save up to forty five percent on dish TV packages today these are limited time offers and can change at anytime call fast eight hundred four zero five two five six one eight hundred four zero five two five six one eight eight hundred four zero five two five six one that's eight hundred four zero five twenty five sixty one live worldwide sports byline. USA USA and here's host Ron Bucks and wherever you might be across this great country of ours and around the world. I'm Ron Bar awfully nice to have you with with us for another hour of America's sports talk show a little bit later on in the hour. We're GONNA be talking this Jamaica holds claw you know that name he's often been referred to as the female L. Michael Jordan and she has been called one of the best and most successful basketball players in US history. She played for the two thousand. US Olympic team won the gold old metal there she was a star at the University of Tennessee where she played for Pat Summitt she helped lead the lady balls of the women's. NC Double A. I ever three consecutive consecutive women's basketball championships and she was selected first overall in the WNBA draft by the Washington mystics and was the league's rookie of the year here and in two thousand five she restricted then to the La sparks and in two thousand seven she announced that she was retiring from the game but she returned for two more seasons seasons before stepping away from the game for good in two thousand ten and she has a very is interesting life story and that story is chronicled in the documentary mind in game. The UNQUIET Journey of Jamaica holds clause so we will spend some time talking with her about her life and also about her fine fine career and then we're going to be talking with Scott Scott Geeta. He's GonNa kick things off Scott of course very interesting person aside from a football player for eleven years in the national football league playing for the chiefs chiefs Dallas Cowboys New Orleans Saints and the Cleveland Browns. He was a member of the two thousand nine saints team that won the Super Bowl Super Bowl number forty four defeating the Indianapolis Colts Colts but what we're going to talk to him about. Is something a project that he's involved in. It's a very important project because he's always spoken out on social issues and he is the co-producer of a documentary called gleason. Now gleason is about Steve gleason a tea made of Virginia's during his playing days with the saints and is battling. LS Lou GEHRIG's GEHRIG's disease in this film is a detailed and a very powerful visual record of the disease's progression and Steve's battle with it. This is a documentary that I'm GonNa tell you really stay with you for a long time so I hope you'll check it out again the name of it is Lisa and check out the award winning sports byline. USA website where particularly proud of it you confided at sports byline DOT com a lot of neat things on their to do also check out the fan poll question. That's very helpful to me in the other announcers on the network to see how you fans feel about different issues and you can listen anytime online just hit that listen live button. I'm Ron Bar. We've got you on sports byline. Hey Hey bench. What are you doing? I'm rubbing my blue EMU on. Are you ready to go fishing fishing. You said we're going fishing this morning. Ten Gold Glove La war here we go again. Johnny Bench doesn't go fishing yeah. I know I know Johnny Bench goes catching blue EMU supports healthy muscles and joints blue renew it works fast and you won't stink available at nationwide retailers and Amazon fat indeed. We understand that when it comes to hiring it's important to have a large talent pool that choose from but sometimes too many good options can be overwhelming. That's why the doesn't just get you access to a large pool of job seekers offers. We also offer screening tools that let you instantly narrow down your search hone in on hiring with indeed experience indeed for yourself today and get a free sponsor job Abbott grade on your first posting and indeed dot com slash promo terms and conditions apply one now one hundred is not a lender broker or agent of any lender or financial advisor we do not make loans credit decisions you must be eighteen years or older and a US resident to qualify this is not an offer or solicitation to Lynn. I want the money now one hundred Britt Dot Com and got the five thousand dollars. I needed deposited in my account the next Business Day. If you need money for any reason help is here gotta money now one hundred dot com and get the money you need need to pay off credit card debt go to money now. ONE HUNDRED DOT COM major car repair need home improvement money visit money money now one hundred dot com. If you need fast cash for any reason go to money now one hundred dot com good bad or no credit at all go to money we now one hundred dot com you could get up to five thousand dollars as soon as the next business day go to money now one hundred dot com on your phone tablet or computer type in the address bar money now one hundred dot com. That's money now the number one hundred dot com the yellow tag sales event at your local. The dealer is pushing the limits at how affordable cu can be right now. Not only are we offering up to twelve hundred dollars off select twenty eighteen. GTI spark models. We're we're also giving you Ciro percents financing for thirty six months writing to your next adventure with the revolutionary performance CD watercraft escaped the every day at your look. Bart offering September thirtieth eighteenth certain conditions may apply see dealer for details at the Home Depot. We appreciate pros rose. That's why we created pro. Extra bill just for pros with exclusive benefits like volume pricing purchase tracking and paint rewards plus now pros can save even more time with the new WPRO experience on the home depot APP find products fast in store access special member savings and use the new pro extra virtual idea checkout all from the convenience of your phone become a pro extra member today and receive twenty dollars off your next in store purchase only at the home depot more saving more doing this is America sports talk show sports byline. USA here's Ron Bart. It's got the Geeta Georgia's on sports byline. He played eleven seasons in the National Football League and he was a member of the two thousand nine Saints Team that won Super Bowl forty four when they a defeated the Indianapolis Colts and he played his college ball a cow but Scott's legacy goes beyond his. NFL playing career he speaks out on social issues was and he is the CO producer of a wonderful documentary called gleason. Now gleason is about Steve gleason a teammate of Jesus during his playing days with the saints who is battling LS. Lou GEHRIG's disease and the film is the detailed and powerful visual record of the disease progression and Steve's battle with it first of all Scott. Tell me about the first time you met these gleason so I I met Steve I I find with the New Orleans saints in the spring of two thousand six and I was actually the I read to join the team after Katrina. All my friends and family thought I was bananas for even considering going there at the time my wife and I we just felt like pulled for whatever reason we start off season workouts and the first day of work out that Spring I'm in the weight room with the rest of my meathead teammates more thrown wait around on probably looking at ourselves in the mirror and I look out into the indoor facility and I see guy with long hair doing yoga and ask a couple of my new team-mates. Hey who's the guy out there on the yoga pants and they said that Steve Lease and sometimes he kind of does his own thing. I just had a feeling right then and there the Stephen ever going to connect he's just sort of this counterculture football guy who's all in on the field. He'll he's all an off the field all in with friendships and family and everything he doesn't life and that was just kind of big inning of a really beautiful friendship you know if you take a look at his career special special teams player but he was somebody left his mark. The Fan certainly did love him. Tell me a little bit more about his playing career. Steve the players probably knows most known for blocking a punt and the New Orleans superdome and the Saints First Game Back after Hurricane Katrina and this is one of those plays and I think we're all guilty sometimes overstating the importance sports sports but this is one of those moments that was so much bigger than just football and in many ways cemented his legacy as an icon in that community and also signified signified the rebirth of an entire region so the such a monumental pivotal play in saints history and Steve got a statue erected of that exactly now outside the superdome and he really is just kind of icon a hero in that community two thousand eleven was certainly a year that is emblazoned in his mind and anybody that knows Steve and tell me a little bit about how he was diagnosed with A. L. S. so January fifth two thousand eleven steve was diagnosed with LS and did they stated that was crushing the on everybody around him and himself included you know would be an understatement. I lost my uncle tail lasts about fifteen years before Stephen Gun diagnosed so I knew first hand. You know what this is going to do to him. How this is going to affect? He and his wife Michelle lives and just how difficult this was going to be but what I think is most remarkable is how Steve decided right then in there that he was not going to let this disease dictate how his life he can either resist this or accept us either way I was going to happen so from that moment forward. He made a decision to do everything he can to push the envelope to go the distance to to do everything he can to move the needle and that's what he's done. He founded a foundation called team to help impact impact in an immediate way other patients like himself to get them the tools the equipment and the technology that they need to still purple lives in the same way to Steve once. I know oh I have a quote here. He says I have no intention to hang in there or survive. I guess a lot of people telling that I intend to keep living purposeful productive life and do what I love. I think that says something about his spirit and that probably is what led him to start doing these videos about his progression with this disease absolutely just vicks shortly after he gets diagnosed wife Michelle find out. She's pregnant with their first child so that point Steve Sort of has this lightbulb moment you know thinking hey at the doctors and experts are right about about my timeline that only have three or four years to live. I need to start sharing myself with this unborn child so he flipped the camera on himself and almost an legacy fashion just starts recording recording his life lessons in journal entries and things like how to skip a rock and you know how to ask a girl out how to overcome adversity talks about you know religion and faith and love and relationships relationships all these things all the same things of the rest of us have parents are trying to instill and teach our own kids couple of years later Steve has over a thousand hours of footage and and not just these you know Impr- incredibly personal journal entries but also footage and Steve Jumping out of an airplane to celebrate the one year anniversary of his diagnosis or Steve Getting carried up the Macci peachy or him. You know having a party backstage after pro jam concert. It's just you know just really incredible I would say epic footage and a lot of of it and the original intention was never to make the feature length film out of out of this footage but I think there was so much there and I think she has recognized that. There's a chance to maybe generates impact or start a conversation and move the needle and that's when the decision was made to do something with this with this footage inserted into a film Scott. This of course is very inspirational but it also can be very painful that balance between the two. How did you deal with that as the CO producer of this journey well? That's the thing about this story. I it's not just an alias us. Film is not just a football film or standard like overcoming adversity so it's really all that and much much more so it's not a lot of it has to be put into balancing the good bad and the ugly is just like putting stuff out there and letting it speak for itself. This is one of those those movies where you're gonNA come in for two hours and you're going to go out and emotional coasters. You'RE GONNA laugh. You'RE GONNA cry a little bit and hopefully you're gonNA walk out feeling changed screeners or around the country through film festivals and now with this past weekend we just opened up at theaters and overwhelmingly the response is extremely positive and people are emotionally floored and in some respects have a hard time articulating Eddie exactly what it is. They're feeling if you'll uplift inspire also kind of sad and devastated but also ready to wake up the next day and take on the world so there's some sticks on you and that's a really really cool thing to say on a personal level. It's been very touching to me because I lost two friends through Alison. I went through that with them and I'm just wondering as you've gone through this with Steve what is it that has touched you. The most about his journey combination of things I think just again the way he's chosen to live life with this is the is remarkable recall but he's always been incredibly charismatic guy long before this diagnosis but I would say I'm most proud of him is just the discipline and dedication he had to setting setting aside the time every single day to share himself with his to me. It's nothing short of remarkable. I'm so proud of him for doing that in his gift that has done you know we'll I have for the rest of his life is amazing I'm also so proud of his wife Michelle she emerged the hero through the story in the same way to Steve is always perceived. I think to see her again be willing and have the courage to share her story and it'd be so vulnerable on camera and showed the sense of humor and levity that she has to get through all this and where does she has has been great. If people are resonating with her story so strongly for instance we you know doesn't screenings and did a big one in Washington. DC A few months back to kick off asa advocacy week and it was a room full of patients caregivers doctors etc and a caregiver spouse stand up and applaud Michelle and thank you for sharing our story because that story doesn't get old too often or to have another screening were a nurse stands up and thank Michelle for humanizing her patience for her saying. I'M GONNA go back to work tomorrow morning and I'm not going to be my patients as a number on a chart anymore. I'm GONNA view them as human beings. Thank you for giving you that again. I mean that's that's good stuff now. That's happening response to this film now that you've done this documentary. I'm just wondering as you reflect back there one particular moment. No this is a tough question that is kind of ingrained emblazoned in your your mind Gosh I it's tough to say it's kind of a series of moments. the first time we saw the film the first kind of that and it's like wow this is this is go time. This is going to potentially be in theater. Someday that was kind of one of those big moments that I think we get into Sundance Film Festival and when you're having these backyard jarred fire site fireside chat sessions over pizza and beer and which is where this whole idea was Kinda has to make the film on a whiteboard you say yeah hey maybe we can get into Sunday. It's going festival football Sunday. Never thinking that you are actually going to do it but we did it and then there you're you're there. You're preparing them for the first time and that's another one of those moments but then I think this past weekend opening in theaters around the country and thinking all that work has gone into this and this labor of love and just kind of a passion project for everybody involved and now we're in theaters during the story Orient the world it was really emotional moment I think for me and everybody involved and it's just it's. I think we're just so grateful for all the support. We've gotten otherwise we wouldn't be where we are. We got about a minute before we have to break here. But what do you want people to take away from this documentary a great question and the person. I've heard answer this question Best Michelle herself so these wife she says I hope people get what they need from this movie and to me that's perfect because people are getting something different every single time whether it's the doctor that may have lost touch with his son over over the years and wants to call him that night and reconnect. We've heard fathers say things like that or the nurse. I just mentioned humanizes her patience for I mean that's that's all good stuff now so everybody's getting what they need from it and walking away feeling chains and ready to take on the World Scott. Has It changed you in any way and doing this documentary and no doubt no doubt I mean I'm probably the least qualified all five person in the world to the producer. it's been a lot of growth in it for me and I think that seeing Kinda Steve Michelle and their journey has don't make me a better debt and they're not take for granted all those precious moments that sometimes I think we have parents can take for granted Scott for Geeta with us on sports byline talking about the documentary. It's called gleason. It's about his former teammate with the New Orleans Saints Steve gleason who was battling. LS Lou GEHRIG's disease and someone like myself south. Who I mentioned has gone through this with a couple of friends? I gotTa tell you this is an important documentary. It's one that will educate you. It's one that will bring you in touch with your your feelings about something like this and and maybe just overall with people and what they have to go through so I recommend to you highly. It's called gleason that Scott for Geeta data. NFL linebacker who played eleven seasons with the chiefs Dallas Cowboys New Orleans Saints in the Cleveland Browns and he won a super bowl when he was playing with the saints in two thousand nine. We continue on sports byline. Are you an active stock market investor. Then you know these three key words five cell hold those three magic words can make or lose you money in the stock market. What are we can show you at time-tested tool? That's been helping stock market. Investors Stirs succeed for over thirty years. It's called vector vest and amazing system designed to make some smart investing easy the vector vest system analyzes sorts and ranks over nineteen thousand stocks every day and tells you when to buy what to buy and when to sell any stock to maximize your profits in less than ten minutes a day and he call right now you can test drive or amazing vector best system risk free for thirty days for just nine ninety five eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight hundred five eight four to five one nine. That's eight hundred five eight four twenty five nineteen. It has been said that everyone has a book in them but you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you'll want to pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you leave an autobiography for your family or maybe you you built a successful business and you WANNA share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We have professional writers who can help turn your book idea into a finished manuscript quickly quickly and affordably a dorrance ghostwriter can provide as much or as little help as you need to complete your book. You'll work directly with your ghost rider to finish your book faster. Can you ever could on your own. It's easy to become a published author called Orange Now to learn more eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three call right now that number is eight eight hundred four eight five six thousand three if you or a loved one is suffering from a physical or emotional condition that has left you unable to work then listen carefully. Take this. It's number down eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one that's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one when you call you'll speak with a social security disability expert and get a free evaluation to see if you may qualify for disability insurance benefits from the US government. That's right a monthly cash payment paid directly to you from the social also security administration whether you're applying for the first time or you've already been denied disability benefits call now the disability attorneys at Pinnacle Disability can help you build your case despite an appeal and represent you know upfront cost to you. Don't wait another minute to see if you may qualify for your social security. Disability Benefits called Pinnacle Disability Group at eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one for your free case evaluation. That's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one call now. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Ron make a holds Claude joins us on sports byline often referred to as the female Michael Jordan she has been called one of the best and most successful basketball players in US history she played for the two thousand US Olympic team and won the gold medal and she also to start the University of Tennessee where she helped lead the lady Vol's to the Women's NC double as I ever three consecutive women's National Basketball Championship and then she he was selected first overall in the WNBA draft by the Washington mystics I know you grew up in Queens New York and I always love talking talking to people that played basketball in an area that is an inner city area and what the game meant to me. Take me back to Queens. You were growing up while Queens. I mean that is like I hear a lot of kids talk about ball his life you know growing up in New York. City is the Mecca of basketball and and for a lot of US growing up in inner city. We know that that's the way out I remember growing up. I was see you know players like Kenny Anderson you know are you ahead about the bernards kings and how they went on to these big universities so a lot of US wanted to follow in their footsteps. What type of opportunity did women or girls have at that time to be able to play the game in the inner city? you know when I first started playing really none I was the only girl playing with a bunch of guys and let me tell oh you it was really tough. I had a earn with kids. Nowadays called the street cred but it wasn't that whole girl power movement you know I was. TV's keys radical radical you know people criticize me. Call me a tomboy all types of things like that but I had a love of the game and I was just go thank you go in. There is not a better seen in sports in my mind should make a then a summer night. It's still about ninety degrees in Queens. New York son's going going down. Relative humidity is about ninety percent ten people on the black top five shirts five skins described that for me the Games you watch the Games you played in wow I can. I can spread out to my neighborhood of games. You know like you said nine o'clock at night the lights come on and still you have people hanging on the fences as you know watching the games cheering people run into the store to buy what they said the court orders the twenty-five since uses the drinking between the game but it was just everybody was in a safe environment just love to hoot then you expand that and you move out to where I used to go watch and at the worker in New York City I mean we tasse legendary. Play there you know from you know Colby to you know Bill Clinton watching games and this imagine that little court thousands of people you know hanging ended up at the top of the fences under the L. on that's the culture of New York City basketball and that's what it's like and of course when it came to fouls unless you're bleeding. They don't call it right. I definitely you know for me. It was even tougher because you know as a as a long girl out there a lot of times. It's like I cannot call because because they're gonNA say oh. You're playing like a girl. We don't WanNa play with girls but let me tell you I some profits but it made me tougher you know down the road I know talking to Chris Chris Mullins who of course grew up up there as well and that part of the city talking to him and he talked about the legends that were on the playground a helicopter Herman having been one and I'm just wondering what is it that that some of the legends that were outstanding on the playground did not make the transition either to college or onto the NBA they had the great game there but what happens that it breaks down and they don't make it to the other levels. Well you know I've seen so many great. The players are my generation but also you know having an opportunity to be mentored occasionally by some older players that you hear about like you know the pee Kirkland's and stuff and how you know New York City was hit big with a drug economic epidemic so they were out selling drugs and you know the street life Kinda pull them in that quick money and so there's a lot of distractions you know growing up in inner city is like hey do. I stick to something if something that's disciplined that has a lot of structure around it but it is not necessarily the coolest thing because at that time especially when cracking I remember that even on the basketball court you see like the crack bottles you know everywhere some people just wanted to go out there and make money. You know because you know it's been a poverty Christian environment. How does the girl from Queens ended up in Knoxville Tennessee when you have a grandmother like my recipes grandma June who's this very strict about discipline and education? That's how you ended up there because I remember when coach summit came from recruiting visit and you know I'm a kid. I'm seventeen. I'm like am I gonNA play. You know academics. We're not a problem for me so I was like okay. I just WANNA play how many minutes and my grandmother looked at me and I was gonNA play games like I can't promise issue. Pets pets head coach summit to sack can promise you that you will graduate though and my grandmother was like okay hundred percent graduation rate my daughter. His granddaughter is signed sealed and we'll be delivered. How would you define or how would you explain Pat Summitt? I've known her for a very long time. You played for so successfully Ascoli disciplinarian also perfectionist to a great degree as well but how would you having played for define her well. I mean coach summit I tonight when I tell people I break it down. Like once you cross those lines it is business. It may be at times a person that you don't recognize because she's GonNa push she would push you to get the best out of you but as soon as practices over you cross back over those lines she's the most loving and kind and mother like figure and a lot of plus young ladies who have gone to University of Tennessee and had the opportunity to play for her. We're very lucky because we have such an amazing mentor alive alive so one that one time in the locker room mushy looked at us and she said let me tell you something. This is a team of twelve thirteen ladies. Do you know eight of did you guys talk the single family homes and it is my job to teach you how to become an independent person independent woman so that you can go along in life and learn how to be accountable for yourself and at that moment I was like you know what this lady is for real you know Jennifer for. AC is a good friend of mine. That's one of those players that got away from Pat in Tennessee by the way went out went out to Stanford and I know in talking to her she said something to me. Once is that the difference between men's basketball and women's basketball either at the college level or even at the pro level was that they were coach -able and I thought about it for just a second and I've heard that before but can you help me understand a little bit better what she was talking about Jamaica. I'm yes I mean you know I see nowadays a lot of times. You know women. We're GONNA we're we don't have an athletic ability that the men have the men or you know at a certain age quicker and then jumping so they're more into the athletic part of the game. They don't really listen. They don't don't understand or right before you drive to the basket. You know give a head fake or get in triple threat position they just go and so women you know we really listen and we we wanna be coach and so it's it's a different way that you a protest because now the transition I have a lot of male friends who are starting to move into women's basketball coach and they're like Oh my God. It's so much I enjoy it so much more because I can teach in the women young ladies retain a lot of information but ah they also hold you accountable because the young lady the women and they don't forget anything I mentioned about the three championships back to back to back and of course one of those seasons totally undefeated first time it ever happened it. Tell me about that season. What was it that made it so special well as I season so specialists the fact that we learn how to coach ourselves and you know that's what great teams do you? You know we had a a leader in coach. Somebody you know she was going to give up his game plan but we realized in order for us to be dominant and be successful wants to be stepped on court we were we're going to have to basically police each other and it would be it was interesting. 'cause coast were saying sometimes I felt like I wasn't even coaching team. They were coaching themselves and and you know I'm just like that's how it's supposed to be when it's that much greatness phone court we had three all Americans playing at the time myself to make a catch us and Kuranda and also a great point guard and and Kellie Jolly so we were just rolling we we did a mazing thing and it just felt so good to work work hard. You know you devote a lot of time. Energy as a student athlete is not easy so and you can just go out there and maximize your potential that is one of the most rewarding thing correct me if you think I'm wrong about this Jamaica but I think because the women don't play the game above the rim that they are forced to play in a team like atmosphere. That's one of the reasons why they probably are more successful happier and and really have the results that they do and my correcting that observation. Oh so you know I I I would agree you to an extent. I I see a lot now. You know that was the way it was for a long time but I think now there's a lot more athleticism. Let us take him coming in game and the game is changing a little bit. It's going more today like NBA style the more isolation's you know you have the players like you canons park allure plane above the ram who are now able to you know get isolation. They kinda work things you know put people on island by herself so the Game Amos change in Brooklyn long time you know it was teen and team team team. It was just happy place where everybody had to get along. You know we're we're all in this together and now you cut a sea change in in in the women's game. You know I it could agree. It's unfortunate but I think if something the law we need a very special athlete in a special person has joined us here on Sports. byline Jamaica holds claw again she was referred to as the female Michael Michael Jordan after she left Tennessee he was the overall number one pick in the NBA draft with The Washington Ball Club and we'll talk about her pro career but she's awesome involved with a documentary that is important. I think people have to check this out so we'll continue talking basketball about life with Jamaica holds claw as we continue can you across the country and around the world. We've got you on sports. byline over awards member appreciation month O'Reilly auto parts where you can earn bonus points more than two hundred fifty offers. Stop by your local O'Reilly auto parts store. Today are browse through who are offered at a reilly auto dot com or you are double points shopping online. O'Reilly auto parts better parts better prices every day. The fall is here and with the leaves changing. It may feel like you're running out of time to get any lingering home projects done before the holidays. Luckily homeadvisor can give you a hand so you can spend more time watching football and less time doing home. Projects from minor repairs to major remodels home advisor will connect you with operated pros in your area. The pros have been reviewed by your neighbors so you can see what others thought thought of their work and if you're not sure how much your project should cost get multiple quotes from pros and use homeadvisor's project cost guide to see what others paid for similar projects projects and to top it off you can book appointments online no more phone tag so whether it's remodeling the den for football season or fixing up the house before or the holidays homeadvisor makes it beyond easy to get your home projects done to find the right pro at a fair price. Just ask homeadvisor go to homeadvisor your dot com or download the free award-winning homeadvisor APP today discount travel sites say they have the best prices but Hilton Dot Com has the price match match guarantee. Look me in the eye. If you find a better rate they match it and take twenty five percent off yet this radio so just stare at the radio heal dot com has the best prices assist kinky swear or you know radio swear plus you can choose your exact room and get free Wifi Cross my heart stick a needle in my radio expect doc better expect Hilton honors member applicable terms and conditions at Hilton Dot Com pinky swear del semi annual sale is officially on you now have the rare chance to get the latest Dell L. and alienware computers with Intel core processors at seventeen percent off a discount usually reserve just for Dell employees shop a wide selection of leading edge Dell and alienware monitors and more oh with the free shipping call eight hundred buy Dell or Dell Dot com slash semi annual sale to enjoy huge limited time employees savings. That's eight hundred buy Dell errands. We believe good people are all around us in fact you hear it on the news all the time to rescue a demand during the that's why approves good people other stores won't your credit isn't the best that's fine me more time to pay. Let's work it out when when hundreds of options from top rains just lease with errands we've been delivered to you for free because good people always deserve better errands easy easy beautiful affordable. This is America's sports talk show sports byline. USA here's Ron Bar Jamaica holds Klaus joined us here on Sports Byline USA when the draft came around in the WNBA WNBA taken overall by the Washington mystics. So what did you think pro basketball was going to be like and how was it similar to or different from what you thought it would be wow you know I thought it was gonna be one of those situations. Where you know it was gonna be a Uber Uber competitive? I knew that I would have to really being in control of the things that I was doing taking care of my body. making sure that you know I got enough rest up because I wasn't gonNA. Have you know a coach Summit with me that type of coach and I'm pro basketball. I learned that really quick a coach. You know you're with that coach for like two hours but there's such an age difference you know so you have a twenty one yelled that at the age I came into the League playing sometimes you know thirty five plus and coaches don't have as much control as they do at the collegiate level so I was really you know get comfortable with being in control of my my life and also adjusted to the pace of the game you know college. Maybe like three great players four great players like that can take to the next level on the court on a pro level. Oh you have players that who are the best of the best and so it's very competitive you were the league's rookie of the year when you came in and are they're labels. Put on players like you or your the overall number one draft choice by both the fans the media and even an organization when they get the opportunity to draft somebody that high oh definitely I was considered like the Savior of women's professional basketball you know like the next coming and you know a lot of it I definitely worked for. I think you know six hundred two. You know I'm able to read one of the best rebounders came to get the rebate. Bring the ball up the court. you know I was doing things that a lot of people couldn't do but also it was a lot of a lot of pressure day in and day out to kind of lead a eighteen because people don't realize you know a lot of times when you're one of those first pick in the draft you're going to the worst team in a lot of times the worst teams don't have love you know decent structure management they had gone through a lot of changes and so you know I had to deal with that and you know I wasn't I wasn't they used to it yeah. That's where I was going to next because you wrote in your autobiography breaking through beating the odds shot after shot that you said you suffered depression during during your professional basketball career and you attempted suicide on one occasion. When did you notice that you were you're having issues? I've struggled with mental health issues since I was a young kid with the transition of you know my parents are separating going to live with my grandmother. You know that whole transition position piece of going from the middle class to on the inner city and you know just missing missing home you know even though it was dysfunctional that was my my my home and and you know I think in college I had some issues with it but when things are going great returned to sweep things under the rug and you know we keep going and that's what college was it it was it was a fast a lot of success but when I went to the pros I had the biggest trigger ever happened to me and that's when I lost my grandmother and has sent me to like a wearing very dark place yeah I would assume also should make that you were left as an island to deal with something that you probably didn't understand when you were young and maybe when you started to understand that a little bit you were still an island and didn't know where to turn my correct and then observations. Oh Oh definitely I you know in sports you know we're talk to be Kaminsky tough and strong so I didn't want you know I was embarrassed to talk about the issue but I was having and I didn't know who to turn to here. I am in the nation's capitol. Hill the powerful decisions important decisions are made and here I don't know who to turn into a WHO to talk to for the help and that just made get worse because I you know suffered violence and also I had a lot of shame because you know I was just learning with mental health service was I found out in college that my dad bad with schizophrenic and you know learning about that. I'm like Oh my God. Am I gonNa be like him and you know I had a lot of fear and shame it. I had to deal with because because I didn't totally understand what it was. Did it also manifest itself for the first time when you failed to show up for a game against Charlotte and did not show up. Is that the first time it really manifested in your pro career yeah you know I I was really having those really high the lows at the Games you know I would have you light really back crashes and that can be really high and my energy and just be like in a pit where I don't want to wake up. I'm having Nice type thought but I remember my game when I didn't ah show up and it was just like everybody was looking for me. Like where is she make. I was in my apartment near the arena like for three days straight straight and lost contact with everybody. You know I really spiraled into like a really bad funk and you know had suicidal thoughts I it's really in a in a bad place and what did you do to ultimately help yourself when you began to realize or did somebody else enter into your life. It gave you some guidance. one of my good friend Dr Greenville. She finally got through it. The interesting part is you know flew into town and they said you know she. My Doorman let her through she had knocked on my door and I don't remember hearing any of this on another day my friend Dr Greenfield got through and she came and she walks walk fan and she's like Oh my God like what's going and she got me going on that may claim that you know talk to me we went for a walk and she took me to psychiatrists and I really just sat there and talk and you know just try to you know figure out of course of action I I also do. I assume correctly that the event down in Atlanta in November of two thousand twelve was Kinda the bottom and that's where things started to turn to turn around a little bit when you got got some help. Oh definitely you know that what happened. It was something that was really uncharacteristic of option Equa- and effective someone what else is life. you know that that gun the bullet could win traveled to hit someone else in my life could be a whole lot different so you know I really ticket really serious and figure out like what's going on in my life so we actually got a great team of my therapist who I talked to weekly weekly a good psychiatrist and also people who are familiar we had like a forensic psychologist psychiatrist and this is the person that basically got all my records together from all the treatment that I received through you know throughout the course of my life with therapy and when we come to figure out about like I was with misdiagnose for a long time they were giving me various clinical that pre depression but I was actually suffer from bipolar disorder and you know after basically after dealing with that for maybe like a year so going to thirteen funding on and getting on the right medication I really have seen in hatsaw improvement in my in my life my quality of life and being more balanced and more functional so the blessing you're incredible story has been chronicled in the documentary mind game. The unquiet journey of Jamaica holds claw. Tell tell me a little bit about this documentary well the documentary about a promise It's the guy that I use my platform to speak about mental health and I've been doing that so a gentleman AH reporter from the New York Times who I've known for for years go road and he's been following me since high in school. He gave me a front page story in a New York Times about my work with the colleges well this document filmmakers Goldsmith who likes to do social conscious documentaries searching for his next story my my best friend line bobby who is now the the president of Phoenix was her agent so he had gone connect us and I personally I I I. I was like I don't WanNa do it because it's one thing going out into talking city youth and sharing your journey. It's another thing documenting that journey and have it you know thousands and people kinda seeing what you're dealing with your struggles on a on a daily basis but you know I really thought about it I I I pray about it and I said this is this is some family passionate about this can affect change and help somebody I'm up for the challenge and we went forth with it and it was a journey because it's like a lot of emotions that I'm dealing with on on a daily and having to relive some things and then we had a hall in the production because of the incident and two thousand twelve and I just wanted to quit and so magic I just filming for like a year. They say oh my God. I don't WanNa do this anymore. So it was a lot of ups and downs but we were we manage to like hanging there to put together a product that I'm really proud of the product that I would think call product my journey. Oh Wow I want people to know that you know I know it's tough. Sometimes and you can see I mean going through it but you know to have hope and to know that there's ways for you to get there's a lot of resources. There's people in it doesn't always have to be family as people that compassionate people that would be there for you and you know no not not to not to give up because I reached that point where I lost hope and you know I I try to take my life and I just think about my mom and all the people that I would have left behind the half so much. you know just love for me. I wanted to be there for but I was so ill I couldn't see it so I just want them to not be afraid to get help to talk about the issues because they see at the end of it you see my journey and innovate you see how once I got on the right medication everything how I I was able to I'm able to gave a productive and a healthy healthy healthier life so you know just continue to push for. If I know times easier said than done but I mean my journey has been very painful. It's been very very tough and and if I know I can do it. I know that many of you out there can do it. Also one of the things that I've observed over the years and talking to my athlete friends even coach helps them many times when they've had to deal with either physical emotional or mental challenges did that factor into too so you definitely I think the fact that you know the athlete I did on graduated discipline and structure is about getting up and having training certain times getting ready for so I just applied into my life now knowing you know when I'm traveling and speaking making sure them or schedule and I'm taking my medication when I had to. I'm doing my exercise. I make sure that I have my schedule. Go set up that. I'm getting the therapy but I need and you know it's like the same thing. I did it the athlete I'm doing it now and you know even though I'm not playing sports I'm taking care of my body because before I was thinking about my knees and my ankles Oh then all this stuff important things for me so I'm just doing everything and I can to make sure that in the best place possible we only have have a couple of minutes left but Jamaica. You know what I find strange about. People who play professional sports is they're retired by the time they usually at thirty three or thirty four and they have a large part of their lifestyle left for them and it's got to be hard when sports has been such a large part of one's life for such a long period of time to be able to acclimate themselves back into society -ociety. What is it that you want to do now with the rest of your life but Ryan you know it is a tough transition piece but the thing that I found out is that you know what I've been giving it head start? You know I've got to do something. I've been great about it a lot of my friends. You know get down. I've been there but I'm like you know I got. I got a head start. Let me try different things so that's what I did. I tried different things. I try my speaking. I said that I WANNA do TV. What do I WANNA do and I know for me thing? I discover rick. I'm most fulfilled. We're working with the youth so you know whatever it's doing clinics or camps or working advocacy work that fills me that makes me unhappy so that's definitely GonNa be my future. It isn't it isn't my path now. Well congratulations on this documentary you happy with the way it came out. Oh I'm I'm definitely and I appreciate you had any on is definitely on her well. I gotTa tell you what I've enjoyed this conversation as much as I have any that I've ever done with anybody in sports so you are welcome back here anytime and if you find yourself in San Francisco come on in and sit with me here in the studio take air should make your are outstanding athlete. I mean she was as they said they referred to her. As the female Michael Jordan she came out of the University of Tennessee interesting to hear her talk about the fact that her grandmother was so involved with her and like the academics and I've heard this many times where black athletes will tell me that the black woman the mother or grandmother in their their family have been so instrumental in helping them develop in life developing their sport as well and here's another example of a check out this documentary. It's called mind line game. The unquiet journey of Jamaica holds claw we continue with more of you and sports byline. Remember in the beginning when you first started to build a life for you and your family. You never imagined it would come to this instead of living your dreams. You're living with debt in fact it's smothering you now. There's a way you can take back control with one simple call. If you owe ten thousand dollars or more in credit card debt you qualify to receive a free free no obligation consultation on how to get rid of that debt for good call the debt helpline now we work on your behalf to reduce your debt. We specialize in credit cards retail store cards and medical bills. One simple call is all it takes to get the ball rolling to a debt free life. Stop living with debt and start living in your dreams. Call the debt helpline now eight hundred nine five seven six zero six three eight hundred nine five seven six zero six three eight hundred nine five seven six zero six three. That's eight hundred nine five seven sixty sixty three attention business sooners now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business we can give you packages with up to ninety gray channels and save your business a ton of cash and if you call right now you can learn how to get free equipment and free installation. Now you have choices. It's time to start saving money on your cable multi bill for Your Business and call today and get ninety channels plus free equipment and free installation smart business owners like you all across the country are are consolidating and saving money on their cable TV Internet and phone service for the business so now is the perfect time this may be a limited time offer to the first one hundred people okay call right now so please save money and call now eight hundred four seven zero seven one three eight hundred four seven seven and one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three. That's eight hundred four seven. Oh seventy one thirteen hi. I'm Dr Robert Clapper Rapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health your life and your sports as a weekend warrior you know about sports is injuries and pain exercises important element and keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries but when you are in pain there is one product that I recommend to my patients. Samat is blue. Google logo consists of a proprietary formula developed specifically for the treatment of inflammation and general muscle aches and strains. I recommend blue for my patients is coping with hip and knee pain before surgery especially Bositis and tendonitis give blue go a try call one eight eight eight three zero zero one two three and you'll receive a one week supply of blue goo absolutely free. The makers of blue are even paying the shipping. The number again is one eight eight three three zero zero one two three if you want more information information on blue goo visit online at. WWW DOT DU dot com now available at select big five stores near you this is America sports talk show sports byline. USA here's Ron and that's going to wrap up this hour sports byline we talk some basketball with Shamikh will hold claw. She's been called the female Michael Jordan and one of the best and most successful basketball players in US history you picked up a gold medal for the United States in the two thousand Olympic Games and she was the star at the University of Tennessee where she helped lead the lady balls the women's. NC Double A. I ever three consecutive women's basketball championships and former. NFL LINEBACKER SCOTT FA- GEETA ADA was with US talking about a very special project to him. He Co produced the documentary gleason. This is about Steve gleason his former teammate with the saints who is battling Ling. AL as Lou GEHRIG's disease. I'm Ron Bar. Thanks for being a part of America's sports. Talk Show Mary mcmurray here and this is what we have for tonight's sports overnight America what it was was football and a good game by most standards as eagles steal one at Lambeau it was a king's farewell and Seattle as all of Baseball says goodbye to Felix Hernandez after a fifteen year career jeff puts a fork in the tribe season and I'm always keeping score. That's next on sports overnight America with Jeff Ridge. You're listening to the sports byline. USA Broadcast Network you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live dot heartland hotline newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter sat and Instagram's the Puppet News Service Newscast Wednesday September Twenty Fifth Twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford on today's rundown speaker. Pelosi calls for an impeachment inquiry of President Trump and cleaners rally for new who contracts topping our News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday the need for an impeachment inquiry of trump the New York post reports horsecrap move comes as its surface other top Democrats have been meeting privately to discuss the creation of a select committee for Beechman. That's according to reports parts Pelosi said this is something serious at a class of its own and discussion about conduct of the president of the US. That's an audience of the Atlantic Festival muscle in Washington DC as soon as we have the facts closing said we are ready office cleaners in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh negotiating the new contracts are could set the stage for workers up and down the East Coast Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney will join more than one thousand workers tomorrow as building cleaners in Philadelphia Rally for a new contract in both Philadelphia and Pittsburgh representatives of large building owners and contractors negotiating new agreements with five thousand thousand members of local thirty two. BJ Sei you fits and Jones as building cleaner working at Jefferson Tower in Philadelphia. He says employers superposed dramatic cuts to workers benefits despite the biggest real estate boom in decades. I'm doing you remember an employee about twenty years now and I've seen it go. Oh from bad to good and we just WANNA BE COP stated fairly for their work. We've done it going to continue to do. The Union says what happens in Pennsylvania could impact more than seventy five thousand workers was on the East Coast bargaining for contracts this year. I'm Andrea Sears reporting those contracts for Philadelphia Pittsburgh building cleaners expire in October October and as Oregon Teachers and committees celebrate these Student Success Act the first phase is how funny will be doled out. It's now beginning correct as all report. The bill's passage marked a major milestone for education which has seen disinvestment says a nineteen ninety ballot measure limited the dollar's available all four school districts to receive funding. They'll have to engage with local communities on what they meet. Lisa Fraga is a second grade teacher and Eugene Education Association member. She says that's fitting because community members helped push this law over the top with red for ED rallies in May teacher walkouts that happened less than a week before legislators passed the Student Success Act if you went to any of those places where teachers were taking action for investment in public education you would have found on many parents many children people from the community who stood up with US officials. They're looking for import a number of issues including mental title Health Services and what kind of courses students walked this is PMS in an unprecedented statewide video conference yesterday. Dan Dan hyman reports the speaker of the House of delegates there Roger Han Shaw took questions from West Virginia school kids of our climate change but Dan reports. It's at no time did he say climate. Change is a real problem or even use the phrase henshaw a clay county Republican makes his living as a lawyer for natural gas companies when asked for the state's most serious environmental issue hinshaw a trained chemist cited something he admitted was unexpected the need for trace minerals to make electronics and batteries for the chemistry of electronic device and how do we power batteries. We depend on to a larger the railroad Meta the other delegates and the Video Conference Morgantown Democrat Evan Hansen said the most serious issues were water pollution and climate change wjr hinshaw seemed somewhat open to a market trading carbon credits saying he preferred that to a simple carbon tax. He also spoke favorably about a Bill Hanson has sponsored to allow companies to get electricity from solar arrays built on former coal mines but the closest speaker came to saying climate climate change is a real global crisis came when pointing out that the state's economy is still dependent on fossil fuels can't trust said the local tax picture is part of what leaves West Virginia tied to coal and gas they fund the Public School Systems and many of our so called were dealing with or talking about a problem that global in nature kinds of barriers to its solution are so different everywhere in the world they all converge to make the problem heart saw all in the most recent state revenue numbers came in fifty million dollars short of last year's Dan hyman reporting for the public news service. Finally our Mary Sherman reports that ohio-based Draw Tour Jeff Ruby has wined dined celebrities dignitaries alike but food is not his only passion he also committed to helping foldable young people ruby grew up without a father in his life and says he was on the wrong track until a football coach stepped up to provide him with guidance didn't and support he believes just one positive connection in a kid's life can change their trajectory and all of a sudden. I had someone that I wanted to be like. I wanted to impress. I wanted to be proud. I know what that coach did to change my life so I've been changing other kids lives every search approach. He's sharing his story. As a keynote speaker at the Public Children's Services Association of Ohio's Twenty Nineteen Conference Huggers of people involved in child protection will be on on hand at the conference will discuss strategies to improve practices better support children's services workers. I Mike Clifford from public news service we are remember and listener supported every online at public news service DOT. Org We also air on Sirius Xm channel eleven. That's Dan Patrick Radio and I might might as well get the twitter account out there before we begin tonight that is at Jeffords talks and we need to have plenty to talk about. We had a really good Thursday night football game and I and I think that the indictment against Thursday night football has kinda. GotTa be over get clunkers of games on Monday nights Sunday night. You know one month Sunday night that I no. I think that's really. NFL wants to put its very best game but Monday night football should feature at least a good story not a good football game then you know you get through everything else at one o'clock and four o'clock eastern time on Sundays but packers and eagles these two teams that we could be seeing in the playoffs offs Green Bay suppers there I lost all three in one two and one at home and the Eagles advanced to it's you and what really felt like a must win game for the Eagles especially with the packers got out you know got out to the early lead and he kind of walked away from the game a little bit that all of a sudden we had a second quarter that was absolutely crazy and it's twenty one twenty in the third quarter and you don't flipping between the Games and had you know what's what's the score well. It's twenty one twenty in the third quarter and that was Memphis. The navy that was Green Bay and Philadelphia is obviously on the game at Lambofield in Wisconsin at the end Packer Santa chested go in tie it up. Maybe go for and win the game same situation. The browns were in against the rams last Sunday a day and they throw an interception into the end zone and Nigel Brat comes away with the victory for the Philadelphia. Eagles Dell's little little more. NFL News Gordon Melvin Gordon back with the Los Angeles chargers. Anthony Lynn says when he's ready he will be the number one guy we said goodbye a couple of legends in Major League Baseball in the radio booth and on the field a lot of baseball notes to get into the Indians later Nagy against the white sox and and that's not good. We'll talk about some football later on in the show. I'm Jeff Rich. It's sports overnight America on Sirius. Xm Channel Two eleven that's Dan Patrick Radio and this is the sports sports byline broadcast network. Uh Uh the football season's back and now you can get into of the game with our exclusive sports betting partners bet online dot. Ag Sign up today to receive your fifty percent. Welcome bonus on your first first deposit and make your bets on your favorite professional or college teams every spread every total every winter and every loser straight bit Parlay Ortiz your way through the season will mahomes through for fifty six touchdowns can the pats go undefeated you can bet on all of this with the fastest odds updates and payouts with our new sportsbook partners that online dot. AG head over for two Ben Online DOT AG or use your mobile device to join today and use Promo Code Coach fifty five to receive your fifty percent. Welcome bonus get the all the action today with debt online dot. Ag Your Online sportsbook experts twenty eight. I'd struggled pulled with opiate addiction for twelve years. I did and said things that the sober me never would have done one day. I realized I I was not invincible. I was not exempt and that's when a friend told me about the lead Rehab place they gave me the tools I needed to get sober and all it took was one phone call. Elite Rehab can help you start to break your addiction problem problem and get sober in as little as seven days and we'll work with your insurance provider to help cover the costs plus. We have traveled assistance programs to get you here by plane or train train make this free call right now to learn more eight hundred four zero three five nine one to eight hundred four zero three five nine one to do eight hundred four zero three five nine one two. That's eight hundred four zero three fifty nine twelve. Do you have a problem hearing the television. Do you need to crank up the volume so loud your family's screaming at you then put on your TV ears. TV ears has helped millions of people just like you hear TV loud and clear without cranking up the volume for about sixty bucks with a thirty day free trial you can get your TV ears when you wear TV ears you could mute the TV volume for private listening or let Others Watch TV with you order in the next ten minutes and take us up on our thirty day trial and very special price TV ears. This is a brand hearing professionals have trusted for more than twenty years and through this special radio offer you can get your very own for just sixty dollars. Just mention Promo Code Radio support on your TV ears. Make everyone happy eight hundred nine eight four four two zero seven eight hundred nine eight four four two zero grow seven eight hundred nine four four two zero seven. That's eight hundred nine eight four forty two seven second in ten adams thirteen tame targets nine catches Greenberg second. Uh We'll take over your listening to sports overnight America with Jeff Rich lagerback. Everyone sports overnight America on a Thursday night which means we had some Thursday football bulk on the college gridiron and in the National Football League and throw away games. No more are these Thursday night football games we had two teams that not only should make the playoffs can make the playoffs but teams with with national appeal teams that everybody enjoys watching. I mean not everybody because there's cowboys fans. Giants fans don't care for those fans of the Philadelphia Philadelphia Eagles and then there's bears fans lions fans vikings fans do not care for the Green Bay packers but if you're just a football fan you just want to see something interesting like for example all yours truly Jeffrey. Cheer is a fan of the Cleveland browns but the browns aren't playing on Thursday night. It's an NFC game it really doesn't affect the browns in a shape performed rounds don't play them they crossover with the NFC west this year by an opportunity to see Carson wentz and Aaron Rodgers is two of the better quarterbacks in the game do it Chris Doug. Peterson had probably a better game plan going in run the football you know he took Mile Sanders Sanders and the draft last year that was the understudy to saquon Barkley at Penn state the guy that took over and had a magnificent season a year ago you take up with the Eagles and Jordan Howard who they acquired as a free agent you know thirty one or pardon me twenty six carries between the two of them. Math is hard hard. this time of night but fifteen carries eighty seven yards for Jordan Howard a log of nineteen got in the end zone twice on the ground and wants through the air but you know he did a lot of the I have lifting on that one Carson Wentz just floated a screen pass to him and he'll perhaps credit into Philidelphia's offensive line they laze in the passing game looks like twenty yards to Jordan Howard touchdown touchdown was the long Carson Wentz out of the night and you know what as a result sixteen or twenty seven hundred sixty yards three touchdowns. That's a QBR are of seventy three point one he edges out Rogers in that category and a rating of one thirteen points you which you know kicks Rogers in the rear end at ninety three point four cremated and run the ball as well when Aaron Rodgers is is your leading rusher a couple of the fullback a pledge Ronald Wow Alison the went for seven seventy eighty seven yards on the ground. I mean rodgers on thirty four or fifty three four hundred and and twenty two yards through the air two touchdowns on interception and he took a sack a fumble th wall away Davante Adams lady up the scoreboard scoreboard but the statue catches one hundred eighty to keep the game go going and I'm wondering I'm wondering what what can I coach. Matt Leflore is because there's no question in my mind that Mike McCarthy kicked the extra point. There are dismantling floor for the win for what I've seen him. I don't think he's aggressive enough. I don't I think that as a first year head coach he has the stones on national TV even with the game being at home to go after it because he was gonna have Rogers throw. You don't have any kind of running game. You don't have any kind of balanced down there so you don't keep the Philadelphia defends Egyptian courts who is a great defensive mind. You don't keep them honest. GotTa establish the run. If you're Green Bay I will say this goes to Graham six times. It's really worried that he was GonNa Square in on on Jimmy Ground Graham win. Jordy Nelson went to the Oakland Raiders Allison then invalid scaling. They're making names for themselves. I think a Mercedes Lewis at this point in his career is more of a reserve more of a block or more of a tight end. That's going to play when you intend to run the football but here's the thing about the Green Bay packers. They never intend to run the football. That's why you know brought in Matt. Leflore just read things out is not that team. Philadelphia Astor has to rely heavily on their defense. They've got weapons. Nelson Agla are one target no catches Taddei game by tight end standards if he plays on your fantasy Hennessy team Mary's your mic on Jordan hurts eh Jordan nerds but Zakar. It's he played on your fantasy team wants to tell you. What did you call that name? I think I did actually just Erz donut Earth's done. If I recall correctly. It was a very hurtful fantasy football season in fact. It was my last one because it was awful. You didn't think I had any positive points. Do not represent the students very well did not not very I'll let you get Chicago. Maybe the white sox variety care a little bit about about Major League Baseball at this point I think most cubs fads or probably on the bears bulls or blackhawks at this point because you know they don't have college college football area and Northern Illinois so you're northern Illinois. They play Vanderbilt this weekend for the first time since nineteen ninety nine the Huskies of Northern Illinois they've never knocked off the commodores of Vanderbilt. We'll go down to Nashville and take another swing at it. Four Times a charm I would assume and we'll get married thoughts on northern Illinois football this year when we talked a little bit later on couple of gruesome injuries through Mall Williams Williams the Green Bay running back and this could lend itself to why Bayes running game was a little bit lacking but Jamal Williams was taken off on a Gurney in the first quarter of automatics defensive back for the Philadelphia Eagles was taken off with a minute six left in the game and that kind of made the last sixty six seconds feel a lot different from the first fifty eight fifty four the whole team comes out on the field and we've seen this with injuries especially concerning injuries where both teams Sky Kinda step aside and let the Eh the training staff attended the player twice in a game national TV the NFL's trying to preach safety but I mean the the hit on Maddox was by what does send DEOs first name. I keep wanting to say Lewis. I it's actually Andrew Andrew Sunday A- and I don't know why they the name Louis Sunday. Oh it's probably slumped some actor or something like that but resonates in the mind but ah the Philadelphia linebackers and defensive backfield did did a lot of the heavy lifting on Thursday night Randy McLeod's Deo and maddox six all with a tackles apiece and McLeod with nine tackles weren't getting era Rogers much though one sack negative give eight yards but the the big the big interception wasn't even really that much of a defensive play it was right place right time but the ball bounced off off of Alison's arms going into the end zone anxiety that we're talking about a different football game and we're not talking about how Green Bay tries to convert doc after touchdown whether it's the one or two point variety if we actually have seen what could have happened had he held down to the football but you know that that whole thing about you know if your aunt add extra body parts should be your uncle and that kind of thing and that's not how it is so at three and one Green Bay sits. It's about a top the NFC north coming out for the packers. You've got the Dallas Cowboys. I told her six and I was thinking my clock is going off and our next our next week of NFL football will be in the month of October and that's just a wild. I'll be up in the bay area. I'd say watching my Cleveland Browns. Take on the San Francisco Forty niners of Santa Clara Final Scores for Major League baseball and we'll be right back the running back to the left the West on Fordham fourteen. What's what would appoint market to the shotgun snap? Put One what's the fro pressure votes at left side looking toward the war popping Free Pass Byron Maxwell twenty eighty seven yards for the score Cabbie Eagles Finance on for the first time I jumped back into all the little towards Smith. This is sports overnight America Tower touchdown if you or a loved one is suffering from physical or emotional condition that is left unable to work then listen carefully take this number down eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one that's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one when you call you'll speak with a social security disability expert and get a free evaluation to see if you may qualify for disability insurance benefits from the US government. That's right a monthly cash payments paid directly to you from the Social Security Administration whether you're applying for the first time or you've already been denied disability benefits call now the disability attorneys at Pinnacle Disability can help you build your case file an appeal and represent you at no upfront cost. You don't wait another minute to see if you may qualify for your social security. Disability Benefits called Pinnacle Disability Group at eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one for your free case evaluation. That's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one call now This is an urgent health notice for all residents suffering from back neck knee and wrist pain. You may qualify for pain relieving brace at little or no cost to you. The deadline is fast approaching simply. Call the health alert hotline. Now you heard right you may qualify for pain relieving back neck knee or wrist brace these these items may even be covered by Medicare or your private insurance. The health alert hotline is your brace company. These specialized braces have been tested for pain relief. Call US toll free free right now to determine your eligibility and to learn how to use your private insurance or Medicare to minimize your out of pocket cost. Don't wait if the deadline passes you may lose your opportunity ready to get a pain relieving back neck knee or wrist brace at little or no cost to you eight hundred four zero nine five seven one eight hundred four three zero. Oh nine five seven one eight hundred four three O. Nine five seven one. That's eight hundred four three. Oh Ninety five seventy one attention business owners now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business we can give you packages with up to ninety gray gray channels and save your business a ton of cash and if you call right now you can learn how to get free equipment and free installation. Now you have choices. It's time to start art saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business and call today and get ninety channels plus free equipment and free installation smart business owners like like you all across the country are consolidating and saving money on their cable TV Internet and phone service for the business so now's the perfect time this may be a limited time offer the first one hundred people that call right now so please save money and call now eight hundred four seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three. That's eight hundred four seven hundred seventy one thirteen process this he throws the bat. The ball goes to think socks. It was just tick. The Bat was a tape where Memphis socks lead drills POCO once again he walks it off for the only run tonight listening to sports overnight America good evening sports byline align. I'm Mary Nick Mara with your Major. League baseball final scores in the American league twins top the Tigers ten four miners strike out number two hundred for the season as an as the rangers avoid a sweep by the red sox with a seven five win Cleveland get shut out by Chicago eight to nothing and Seattle fell to Oakland three to one over over in the National League. The brewers beat the reds five just three San Diego fell to the dodgers one to nothing the giants top off easy to three Washington wins all all five games with Philly after six to three win the cubs dropped a ninth straight with a nine to five loss to the pirates and Miami edges out the mets forty two you and that's a wrap from the MLB throwback over job all right well. Mary Make Mara and she's always keeping score off aw always should last forever but always the case with Major League Baseball your last scores for the two thousand eighteen eighteen season. I know you're not sad to see the twenty thousand nine hundred and go because it's kind of like good riddance when you're a cubs fan but at the same time you know you you put in your work on on these scores each it every night and you know i. I think that we should you know thank you on the air. You're welcome. I can't believe how quickly went it wasn't until I was actually typing out. I realized this is it. This is the end of regulars I mean we saw this weekend but in terms of US speaking about it regular seasons we're done I mean Monday. We could do a big recap if I don't think we're going to have any tiebreaker games on Monday. Playoff field is basically sad. It's going to be the Yankees the twins the Astros Oakland and Tampa Bay in in the American league and it should be Atlanta Saint Louis Milwaukee L. A. and the nats in the National League and on the outside looking in last team out very very likely when you lose to a three of the white sox when you only have five games to go or six games ago that's not a good sign team deserving of the postseason maybe we spare ourselves and embarrassing flop in the postseason from the Cleveland Indians by simply not participating precipitating yeah but at least I don't know I mean these two losses. The white sox aren't fantastic but the cups of loss nine nine nine straight. I made a joke a couple of weeks ago about how they were GONNA lose every single game for the rest of the season and it's just a joke. It's just something say ha ha ha. They're not GONNA win a game this this weekend. They're playing the cardinals. The are going to end up losing the last twelve games in their season like how's that for a kick in the face and speaking kicking the face Milwaukee's gotTa feel like they're not getting a fair fight here. If Joe Biden's not gonNA play his regular Joe Madden had to say about that yeah some walkie is now just one game behind the cardinals and the cardinals are playing the cubs this weekend and the cubs don't have anything to play for. Everyone's heard anyways so I think Madden's we're going to be squad looking at Bu squad all weekend for the cubs so so should be a pretty nice cakewalk for the cardinals. There's a lot of expletives in the quote. I can't actually say bad about wining and female dogs and fecal equal matter but what you know the skinny of it it's kind of funny to watch how Jordan Bastian paraphrase that whole thing on MLB dot com. You wouldn't even know that there was expletives. It was in there because he's a instead of you know. I don't give a bleep. It's don't care about them more or less. Just saying that Milwaukee's doc he's GonNa wind about our handling list but neo my focus is on the Chicago cubs and I guess the question would be with the cubs playing their last last three games of the season. Last Three Games. Joel Madden manages the cubs yeah he out. He's out I think like half the team probably going to be out. We're going to be looking at a whole all different different team. Twenty Twenty Yeah Okay Different Team in twenty twenty different manager different front office. You can see Oh epsteins gone to rumors rumors running him back to Boston goes back to Boston though to Boston Madden two angels see now now. That's the topic I wanNA. I WanNa talk to you about Mary because for the second time in like five years Joel Madden is going to be a home wrecker or the guy that's already under contract you know they ran renteria not out of town because just went to the south side but you'll Brad awesomeness and nobody really loves Brad Osman we trade we trade managers. Is that a thing like we can just take Brad and they can just take madden tracy what happens in Abadan for the newer bottle and might have some selfish reasoning joining snow brand auspice say no one for two things remember miss the manager of the Tigers and the fact that he was trading back and forth between the Tigers and the Astros like three times but he's he's already their madden was on social bench back in two thousand two along with Radicati who went on to manage the Milwaukee brewers and Bud Black black is actually still up there with Colorado right now but maybe not for long Colorado look at them. What an awful full season for them? That's as a major draw yeah. I don't think anybody saw that coming Colorado not in the I picked him to win the West and and I only did it because I wanted to get creative. I wanted to get away from you know the dodgers. They'd won the division six years in a row that gets a little bit of a Lazy Picnic Day but it happens to be accurate once again but yeah Colorado just fell off a cliff and you wonder if they got a lot of young stars I mean no one is going to be there for a long time but you know big money. The phillies angels Iraqis all on the outside looking in now what else we got Major League Baseball. The twins hit their three hundreds homerun and just because the Indians longer chasing them doesn't mean that they're not still playing some ball and beating up on the Detroit Tigers and you might you might think it's really not fair that that gets played Detroit reason Cleveland was in at this longest because they were seventeen to seventeen one against the Detroit Tigers in two thousand nineteen gene yet only got one game against you guys out of your series matchups. That's crazy so we might be looking at a lot of not so happy endings in Cleveland Cleveland Francisco Lindores probably at the ad we already know that Jason Kipness is probably GonNa be gone and I personally won't miss them because I'm not a big fan of the guy but I got a lot of fans in Ohio this year playing for the reds and the Indians y'all tweet very not likely not back for Cleveland and careful schism he. He's a free agent so he's going to demand see. I don't really like the guy much but he did well in Cleveland he did it came up when he needed to exactly business models and done anything bad yet glued doesn't resign those times categorize it when they when they ran player the player that they want him to Trevor Bauer Trade Trade is Frame Hillary is going to be there for another forty years and he's GonNa come cheap. Yes yell pleasing class twelve billion dollars a year and that's about what you're going to be paying Francisco Lindor and I think cadore needs to be the highest paid player on that team you know even though you know we have a veteran status and you know he's GonNa go play somewhere for for bigger money than the Indians Indians are willing to pay and pay him and that's the case a lot of Cleveland Indians I speaking of Cincinnati. They played the brewers. They have a meaningless series coming up this weekend and with the pirates longtime forty-six year radio Voice of the Cincinnati Reds Marty Brennaman called his final out and Scott. I don't know if you've got that cute up. We hear Marty Brennaman and he went around. That's strikeout and that's it's your ball game. Josh Hader got out of a bases loaded jam in the eight. No suspense here that I as you retires inside an order in spikes doc to buy a home game of the year the Milwaukee Brewers have defeated the Cincinnati reds and bring American ball vitals more five live debris the that the final call of forty six year broadcasting career in the man that he replaced in that Cincinnati booth Al Michaels who called Sunday night football he sent out a video via Chris Collins twitter account because that's how these guys are you know that are above having social media accounts are as I borrow these accounts of than get the word out but Michael is went out in heritage a terrible terrible San Francisco giants team uh-huh Historically Bad San Francisco giants meanwhile Marty Brennaman get to inherit the big red machine there and sit zadie was world championships. Happy Gypsy was sparky Anderson it was it was pete rose breaking the hit record IOS Joe Morgan Johnny Bench all these hall of Famers for the Cincinnati Reds all under Marty Brennaman watch if you watch Fox Sports Ohio and the Reds Games on TV. You'll I hear his son he also. I'm here calling NFL Football Games on Sunday Thom Brennaman and on this night the last night of Marty Brennaman said lustrous radio career in Cincinnati and Stati joined by his son. Tom And brewers Guy Bob Euchre and Bob. EUCHRE doesn't even travel with the brewers so this was a special trip for Bob it Bob user to hang out in the reds broadcasting booth as the reds played the brewers down the stretch here in two thousand nineteen. Oh a little more baseball for you on the other side Mary McMurdo keep paying out my name's Jeff Rich shout out to the troops listed out there on the American Forces Network Sports overnight America on the sports byline. I live broadcast. I work and we'll be right back. Just got really fleet comes screaming here comes throw and Niagara Queen my goodness why the money out to the bottle of this this this is sports overnight America. If they're not happy year they can leap and if you or a loved one is suffering from physical or emotional condition that has left you unable to work worked. Listen carefully take this number down eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one that's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one when you call so you'll speak with a social security disability expert and get a free evaluation to see if you may qualify for disability insurance benefits from the US government that's right a monthly cash payments aim at paid directly to you from the Social Security Administration whether you're applying for the first time or you've already been denied disability benefits call now the disability attorneys at Pinnacle Disability Ability can help you build your case filed appeal and represent you at no upfront cost to you. Don't wait another minute to see if you qualify for your social security. Disability Benefits called Pinnacle Disability Group at eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one for your free case evaluation. That's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one eight eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one call now this this is an urgent health notice for all residents suffering from back neck knee and wrist pain. You may qualify for a pain relieving brace at little or no cost to you but the deadline is is fast approaching simply call the health alert hotline. Now you heard right you may qualify for a pain relieving back neck knee or wrist brace. These items may even and be covered by Medicare or your private insurance. The health alert hotline is your brace company. These specialized braces have been tested for pain relief. Call US toll free right now to determine termine your eligibility and to learn how to use your private insurance or Medicare to minimize your out of pocket cost. Don't wait if the deadline passes you may lose your opportunity to get a pain relieving giving back neck or wrist brace at little or no cost to you eight hundred four three O. Nine five seven one eight hundred four three zero nine five seven one eight hundred four three O. Nine five seven one. That's eight hundred four hundred ninety five seventy one attention gene business owners now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business we can give you packages with up to ninety gray channels and save your business a ton of cash and if you call right now you can learn how to get free equipment and free installation. Now you have choices. It's time to start saving money on on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business and call today and get ninety channels plus free equipment and free installation smart business owners like you all across the the country are consolidating and saving money on their cable TV Internet and phone service for their business so now's the perfect time this may be a limited time offer to the first one one hundred people that call right now so please save money and call now eight hundred four seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven. Oh seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three that's eight hundred four seven. Oh seventy one thirteen on every body rising to their feet Scott Service here from the fans bill. He's drawn one hundred six benches. La's and gentlemen we are witnessing the combination of a magnificent mariners career or Felix Hernandez. He shakes hands with Scott Service. Look seeds leads. They look each other in the eye. Their whole infielders gathered around a big hug each other they hug Kyle Seager Hud's Felix long long embrace with Kyle seager now back to sports overnight America with Jeff Rich. Welcome back everyone. It is sports overnight America talking some Major League Baseball. You know we said goodbye to the Indians playoff hopes it's not mathematical Matico but it's close enough anyway we talk about Joel Madden playing basically AAA cubs lineup. He's GonNa get some guys awesome bats trying to get Castanos to St Doubles. You know make a guy feel like part of the team. He came over to play in the playoffs and while Wa wa up a same can be said for help and Fram you'll raise in Cleveland and a number of other players acquired at the deadline some milestones being chased down on Mike Minor going after his two hundred strikeout. Does this kind of fun Alex Cora had a problem with this but there was a pop fly they had the rangers dropped intentionally intentionally so that minor had one more opportunity to strike a batter out and he did get his two hundred strikeout but Alex Cora thought it was Bush League. I think they Alex Cora thinks that anything. That's yes not the idea of not an original idea of the Boston Red Sox. Is You know shady business. There Jonathan Show hits Minnesota's sodas three hundredth home run of the year. They've just shattered their team home. Run Record we talked about Joe Madden probably being Manda the angels Feo to Boston Austin with would that make you as a cubs Fan Mary angry at either Boston or the Angels Organization for Poaching The the winning formula for God's. It was a winning formula that worked one time so I don't know if it's a winning formula as much as it was like some winning sparkle burkle dust. Maybe the stars aligned for yea Cleveland the realization that the season ended I I know they got eliminate yesterday but it didn't really hit me until crafting up stuff tonight that my season so I'm mad now. I'm mad we have reached the door. I made you big man now now. Now we've reached the point where no I won't miss any no. Go Get out get out. Let's try something else isn't working okay so Felix. Hernandez made his major league debut with the Seattle Mariners in two thousand five pitches entire career there won the CY young in two thousand and ten threw a perfect game. I it was the eh it still is. I believe the most perfect game in major league history August Fifteenth Two Thousand and twelve he stone and Macula dinning. He only only had one hundred sixty nine career wins and that was you know that's well below the mark that you think of as a you know of a hall often but six time all star had the fifteen year career played with one team and I take the dad goals a really long way a little bit of loyalty Yang Yang. I'm trying to think back with the Chicago cobbs a notable player that stretch his entire career with one team and I'm really struggling to come up with any name other than Ryan Sandberg. That's all I have because an awful of names to begin with mark. Grace played a couple years of the diamondbacks at the end of his career. Socio associate don't really WanNa claim but you know he played for San Berno tried to come back. Kerry Kerry would pitch for the Indians in the Yankees for for a little bit but not long enough that you know it really tarnishes his legacy as Chicago COBB and I. I'm not sure that I think the Kerry what is a hall of Famer. May The conversion version two two closer but I don't know you're pretty excited when he was headed to include Cleveland and I was like yeah good luck with that. Let me know how it goes. Well you know Chicago got the best years of him. You know wouldn't prior as starters priors was much much much much much more brief but Kerry wood you know him a Bob Feller the only ones to equal age and strikeouts in a single game missile easier for feller because he was only seventeen when he did it but Carrie Wood was twenty when he couldn't tell you the team that he that he struck out all those guys for but twenty strikeouts in a game at the age of twenty and you know pitch for the cubs in the play offs chiefs in two thousand three and two thousand three right and you know that doesn't that doesn't go well for the cops he he actually I think hit a home run in game seven of that series against the Marlins but that game was lost as soon as I salute through his hands in the air it was I really really not even in the mood you talk about. Hey let's let's course salts on some. Mary cubs anger and bring up the two thousand three series taking some shots Mary Mary here on a Thursday night on sports overnight. America Jeffords Mary McNair Mara with you. you follow Mary on Twitter at Mary Mc Mara M. C. M. I am a R A H and you can follow me at Jeff Rich Toxin aside a little college football. I mentioned that you're huskies are taking on the sec they haven't beaten an SEC SEC teams since Alabama and she thousand three It'd be nice to see a little bit history repeat itself especially considering the huskies haven't done so well against the the big time competition playing Utah's plane Nebraska Plant Vanderbilt this year specifically amy they weren't horrible blowouts. Though usually when you goes is on the road they lose those teams like forty seven to nothing I mean they. They're pretty competitive there. For a little bit there were winning in the Senate and have four quarters him. They were winning in the second half against I against Utah on the road in Salt Lake City on Nebraska Nebraska certainly didn't beat the tar out of them like the huskies did last last year two years ago two years ago so I mean you has a victory in Lincoln over Nebraska so who cares if they didn't get it this time around a couple of ranked games aims coming up in college football. You've got Virginia and Notre Dame on number eighteenth cavaliers at South Bend against the tenth ranked Irish who just lost a week go so there are probably the only top ten team with a loss and then you see who has a loss is number twenty one. They're going to Seattle to play Washington and I think that you know even though it's not specific and they spell it differently Husky love is Husky right. Yeah I mean any time I get to doubt that Big Wall Husky head and put it on top in my head okay too big ten teams are this is this is true trivia Tuesday on Thursday night by the way Mary the old brass spitoon is one of the trophies up for grabs between two big ten teams that are playing for it and the old breasts platoon it sounds like something along long as that better out and if you could name one of the big ten teams that is playing for that trophy I will give you a hint. It is not Ohio state and or Nebraska in Wisconsin. Iowa sounds like something Wisconsin Iowa do one of the letters right India. Its Indiana Michigan the state of Arkansas at Texas. AM they're playing for the southwest classic trophy two teams from the southwest that kind of makes very classy. He gets it or Arkansas the southwest maybe maybe you can they play in the southeastern conference for leased land. The southwestern Athletic Conference Arkansas is kind of like a swing state as far as southern geography goes if I've learned anything from sports it's they don't really care about your geographic location. Can you fit into whatever division John Name you want. They want you to be in you can be in the West and still be in the east they don't care are looking forward to Arizona playing AH playing in the central division to make room for Seattle's. HFS water a lot more road trips to Saint Louis and Chicago the strips used I used to be just over two Anaheim and La there is the Victory Cannon Aka the Michigan Michigan Mac Trophy and now it's going to be between two Michigan schools that play in the mid American college any of the Directional Michigan's instant eastern Western Northern Central South East central mid western northern okay I'll give you it's just twelve three six nine. You know because north by northwest or anything like that WHO's playing a central eastern central is out out western Michigan Actress Eastern Michigan just gets left out of the Michigan Mac trophy altogether. Oh It's a three legged trophy so it was also so there were no wrong answers there okay so directional Michigan but this weekend the victory candidate is actually just a trophy. It's not a piece of weaponry but DOC certainly hope not hey the series goes back to one thousand nine five so they probably actually gave the winning team a candidate and it was probably like campus the security for the for the rest of the schools. I feel at some point. It was deemed financially irresponsible to toting this Canon around you. Don't you don't know what it's like to live in the Canon Era Mary. I'm sorry navy. That's why tuitions forty thousand dollars a year so we have money to send canons all over the place right right. I don't know speaking speaking of Bob Shells. I guess Jaylo Shakira GonNa do the halftime. Show you say halftime show that's kind of one of the Super Bowl's appeals for you. Depending on WHO's playing in the super bowl the commercials and the halftime show might be all that I watch I will record it and fast forward through all of the football and watch only only the entertaining parts very big Mar.. She's here. She's here on the sports. Talk Radio Program for people that don't like Sports Sports Talk Radio Topic so we love it another quick thing to hit on the G. League. The Sole Minor League for the National Basketball Association is going to implement a new foulsham rule which limits you to one shot but that foul shot is worth however many points the shot was worth so if you're shooting at three instead of shooting three free throws you shoot one three point free throw and if you miss a two point shower you shoot one two point free throw. I got excited there because it kind of sounded like you're leading towards a wager like I'm GonNa make it. It's going to be seven points and if I miss it or taking away seven points but if I make like jeopardy or prices right like the daily double it's a game. It's not a game show. It's it's a game. It's a reality show called basketball. That sounds fun but it's when my I'm Mike and ran away with it and it was whatever points you want it to be. That was a lot more fun sounding me all right and you hear me you know you hear me talk all the time about how PAC twelve network games are literally unlikable because they have direct TV but dish customers your miss out on Fox F. S. one the big ten network in f s to which we never got again with on direct TV but threatening to lose all that that's all that's a little more significant than just losing ESPN because you lose lose. All you lose animation. Domination probably use lose the masks singer Simpson's is still on the air yes since it's still gone animation mation nomination we could. We we cover since families guy. Can you name a single weekdays Burger talk show you can you Never Fox show that the that doesn't around sledders besides singer which you've just said so that's cheating on Sundays. We don't even know No. I have no idea what their regular weekday programming is. I neither do I a Gal Goth on the air anymore. Empire probably still running without fire though the last season I think I saw this is the last season but accounts but is that even during the week I mean is that a Sunday I that empires Wednesday night show because you see it during the football games Wednesday on empire there's drama in the studio so good by Felix Hernandez Goodbye you Marty Marty Brennaman who called his last game with Cincinnati Reds radio. We got mad and the angels I talked about Virginia and Notre Dame. Oh Penn State eight Penn state is only lost in one sixteen straight against Maryland in Maryland and the only time that they lost was back in one thousand nine hundred sixty one in neither of us were there are for that we will be here all the other side. We got one more segment to wrap up the hour here on sports overnight America. She's Mary. I'm Jeff and we'll be right back. This is the humanity of the game baseball right here after the law that emotion for a player who gave his heart to this city to this organization plugged all his infielders Scott Service is going to orchestrate vic big slap five with Omar Narvaez Felix traces cap on lissette Dennis crowd. You're listening to sports overnight America with Jeff rid a huge moment of his contest writer not too long ago. It felt good to withdraw your cash from the bank. Didn't it for a vacation or a new car but today withdrawing on your own cash has become risky Pat Boone here for Swiss America according to the secret war a new Swiss America White Paper. I learned that all banks are now required to spy on you and me for the government and then report any financial behavior deemed suspicious or unusual. You must read read the secret war. It's free truth is I believe the government's new war against cash is really a war against us all but the secret is now out so please you get and read the secret war. Pick up your phone and call right now eight hundred nine three to five five one seven eight hundred nine three Retu- five five one seven eight hundred nine three to five five one seven once again. That's eight hundred nine three two fifty five live seventeen. Are you an active stock market investor will then you know these three key words buy sell hold those three magic words can make or lose you money in the stock market. What have we can show you a time? Tested tool has been helping stock market investors succeed for over thirty years I it's called vector vest and amazing system designed to make smart investing easy the vector vest system analyzes sorts and ranks over nineteen thousand stocks every day and tells you when to buy what to buy and when to sell any stock to maximize your profits in less than ten minutes a day and he'd be call all right now you can test drive or amazing vector vest system risk free for thirty days for just nine hundred ninety five eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight hundred five eight four to five one nine. That's eight hundred five eight four twenty five one thousand nine hundred. Do you owe ten thousand dollars or more on at least two federal student loans then you may qualify for new programs offered by the Department of of Education these programs can reduce your interest lower your payments and possibly qualify you for loan forgiveness if you have ten thousand dollars or more and at least two federal student loans and currently not in school you may qualify for one of these programs call now to check your eligibility student. Loan advisors are standing by like to help you determine if you qualify for these new programs they can help you reduce your interest lower your payment and even forgive a portion of your student loan debt. Take control of your financial financial future. Make this free five minute free call now to nationwide student loans and learn how you can reduce your student loan debt eight hundred four three nine seven seven eight five one eight hundred four three nine seven eight five one eight hundred four three nine seven eight five one eight hundred four three nine seven seven eight five one. This is sports overnight America. Welcome back just sports overnight or barrick. Everyone I wanNA thank Scott on the other side of the glass reproducing it creates show for US each and every night of the week and Mary we've got the cowboy are the got the cowboys we've got the cowboys announcer Tony Romo and CBS play by play Jim Nance calling calling the vikings bears game on Sunday. Perhaps because what I would love nothing more to see. Is You want this. You go take it the golf the golf yeah we're talking about. Being a announcer lists because Romo is apparently a golf star. How awesome would that be gymnasts flying so loaded they because Tony Romo whoa is still in Napa California trying to win the Safeway opened? He's tied for twenty eighth right now but at one hundred he can make the gut is it's always cool to see yeah Jim if you need some backup I'm I'm totally here for you. What are you gonNa County for? Oh you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA call the game yeah. I'm just going to sit on the side and be his little little side wench. Yeah nance would appreciate that I think I think you need some help. I'm I'm totally here for them so that that would be a I I. I don't know if you're old enough to have seen like Bo Jackson. Her Dion Sanders play Pulse Sports Danny Danny ainge the GM of the Celtics Played Baseball he played basketball for the Celtics and but he was also really good Golfer Jordan think he was a pretty good golfer by golf pros. I know around Scottsdale would dispute some some of that to an extent. He's better than Charles Barkley though you agree surgery before we get into too much trouble for Mary for Scott. I'm Jeff Ridge. This has been sports overnight America. You've been listening to Dan Patch Radio SIRIUSXM channel to Lebanon. Stay tuned for more sports coming away next hour on the sports byline broadcast hour mm-hmm. ooh You're listening to the heartland newsfeed ready nip work at live dot heartland newsfeed dot com Tom. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's lambs. The puck new service don't use cast to Wednesday September Twenty Fifth Twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford on today's rundown speaker. Pelosi calls for an impeachment inquiry of President Trump and cleaners rally for new contracts topping our News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday the need for an impeachment inquiry of trump the New York post reports that move comes. I surface that other top Democrats have been meeting privately to discuss the creation of a select committee for Peach Mint. That's according to reports Pelosi close. He said this is something serious class of its own a discussion about conduct of the president of the US that's an audience of the Atlantic Festival in Washington in DC as soon as we have the facts closing said we are ready office cleaners in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh negotiating new contracts could set the stage for workers up and down the East Coast Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney will join more than a thousand workers tomorrow as building cleaners and Philadelphia Rally Ali for a new contract in both Philadelphia and Pittsburgh representatives of large building owners and contractors and negotiating new agreements with five thousand members of local local thirty two. BJ Sei you fits and Jones is a building cleaner working at Jefferson Tower in Philadelphia. He says employers have proposed dramatic. It cuts to workers benefits despite the biggest real estate boom in decades. I'm you remember and an employee about twenty years now and I've seen it go from bad to good and we just WanNa be compensated fairly for the work we've done going to continue to do the union says what happens. In Pennsylvania could impact more than seventy five thousand workers on the East Coast bargaining bargaining contracts this year. I'm Andrea Sears reporting those part contracts for Philadelphia Pittsburgh building cleaners expire in October and as Oregon teachers and committees celebrate these Students Success Act the first phase is how funny will be doled out. It's now beginning Eric. Take it off has our report. The bill's passage marked a major milestone for education which has seen disinvestments since one thousand nine hundred ninety ballot measure limited the dollar's available for school districts districts to receive funding. They'll have to engage with local communities on what they need. Lisa Raga'a is a second grade teacher and Eugene Education Association member. She says that's it's fitting because community members helped push this law over the top with red for ED rallies in May teacher walkouts that happened less than a week before legislators passed the Student Success Act Act if you went to any of those places where teachers were taking action for investment in public education you would have found many parents parents many children people from the community who stood up with US officials. There are looking for import number of issues including mental health services. What kind of courses students walk this is p? Ns In an unprecedented statewide video conference yesterday Dan Hyman reports speaker of the House of delegates there Roger Henshaw took questions from West Virginia school kids about climate change but Dan reports at no time did he you say climate change is a real problem or even use the phrase hinshaw a clay county Republican makes his living as a lawyer for natural gas companies companies when asked for the state's most serious environmental issue henshaw a trained chemist cited something he admitted was unexpected the need for trace minerals minerals to make electron ix and batteries the chemistry of electronic device and how do we power batteries. We depend on to a large extent railroad metal all the other delegates in videoconference Morgantown Democrat Evan Hansen said the most serious issues were water pollution and climate change hinshaw seemed somewhat open to a market trading carbon credits saying he preferred that to a simple carbon tax also spoke favorably about a Bill Hanson. He has sponsored to allow companies to get electricity from solar arrays built on former coal mines but the closest speaker came to saying climate change is a real real global crisis came when pointing out that the state's economy is still dependent on fossil fuels and trust said the local tax picture is part out of what leaves West Virginia tied to coal and gas they fund the Public School Systems and many of our so called. We're dealing with or talking about a problem. That's global in nature kinds of barriers to its solution are so different world. They all collectively converge to make the Problem Art Saul in total the most recent state revenue numbers came in fifty million dollars short of last year's. Dan hyman reporting for the Public News Service finally are Mary Sherman Kevin Reports it ohio-based Westborough Tour Jeff Ruby has wined dined celebrities dignitaries alike but food is not his only passion. He's also committed into helping portable young people ruby grew up without a father and his life and says he was on the wrong track until a football coach stepped up to provide him with guidance and support. He believes just one positive connection in a kid's life can change their trajectory this coach and all of a sudden. I had someone that I wanted to be. We like I wanted to impress. I wanted to be proud. I know what that coach did to change my life so I've been changing other kids lives ever since he sharing in history as a keynote speaker at the Public Children's Services Association of Ohio's Twenty Nineteen Conference huggers people involved in child protection will be on hand at the conference unsettled strategies to improve practices and better support children services workers I might cliff public news service we are member and listener supported reported online at public service DOT. Org Monday through Thursday right here on the sports byline broadcast that work also air on Sirius Xm. I'm Channel Two eleven. That's Dan Patrick Radio and I might as well get the twitter account out there before we begin tonight. That is at Jeffords talks and we need to have plenty to talk about. We had a a really good Thursday night football game and I think that the indictment against Thursday night football has kinda gotta be over. I mean you get clunkers of games on Monday nights Sunday Sunday night. You don't want them on that. I think that's really. NFL wants to put its very best game Monday night. Football should feature of East a good story three of not a good football game then you get the row everything all set one o'clock and four o'clock eastern time on Sundays but packers and eagles these are two teams that we could be seeing in the playoffs Green Bay suppers their first loss followed up three and one to one and a half home and the eagles advanced to two and two and what really felt like a must win game for the Eagles especially for the packers got out you know got out to the early lead and you kind of walked away from the game a little bit and that all of a sudden we had a second quarter that was absolutely crazy and it's twenty one twenty in the third quarter and you don't flipping between the Games and you know it's like what what's the score well. It's twenty one twenty in the third quarter and that was memphis navy that was Green Bay Philadelphia. A lot more is obviously on the game at Lambeau field in Wisconsin at the end packer said a chance to go in tie it up maybe go for virtue and win the game same situation the Brown against the rams last Sunday and they throw an interception into the end zone and Nigel Brad comes away with the victory for the Philadelphia Eagles a little little more. NFL News Gordon Melvin Gordon back with the Los Angeles chargers. Anthony Lynn says says when he's ready he will be the number one guy we said goodbye to a couple of legends in Major League Baseball in the radio booth and on the field a lot of baseball notes to get into the Indians off later and against light socks and that's not good. We'll talk about some football later on in the show. I'm Jeff Rich. It's sports overnight America Siriusxm. Xm Channel Two eleven. That's Dan Patrick Radio and this is the sports byline broadcast network the football season's back and now you can get into the game with our exclusive sports betting partners bet online dot. Ag Sign up today today to receive your fifty percent. Welcome bonus on your first deposit and make your bets on your favorite professional or college teams every spread every total every winter and every loser straight bit Parlay Ortiz your way through the season we'll mahomes through for fifty six six touchdowns can the pats go undefeated you can bet on all of this with the fastest odds updates and payouts with our new sportsbook partners I bet online dot. AG head over to Ben Online DOT AG or use your mobile device to join today and use Promo Code Coach fifty five to receive your fifty percent. Welcome bonus get into the all the action today with Bet online dot ag your online sportsbook experts twenty eight. I'd struggled with opiate and Meth addiction for twelve years. I didn't said things that the sober me never would have done one day. I realized I was not invincible. I was not exempt. That's when a friend told me about Lee Rehab place them and they gave me the tools I needed to get sober and all it took was the one phone call uh elite Rehab can help you start to break your addiction problem and get sober in as little as seven days and we'll work with your insurance provider to help cover the costs plus. We we have travel assistance programs to get you here by plane or train make this free call right now to learn more eight hundred four zero three five nine one to eight hundred four zero three five nine one to eight hundred four zero three five nine one two. That's eight hundred four zero three fifty nine twelve. Do you have a problem hearing the television. Do you need to crank up the volume so loud. Your family is screaming at you. Then put on your TV ears. TV ears has helped millions of people just like you hear TV loud and clear without breaking up the volume for about sixty bucks with a thirty day free trial you can get your own Senate TV ears when you wear TV ears you can mute the TV volume for private listening or let Others Watch TV with you order in the next ten minutes and take us up on our thirty day home on trial and very special price TV ears has a brand hearing professionals have trusted for more than twenty years and through this special radio offer you can get your very very own for just sixty dollars just mention Promo Code Radio Support on your TV ears and make everyone happy eight hundred nine eight four four two zero seven it eight hundred nine eight four four two zero seven eight hundred nine eight four four two zero seven. That's eight hundred nine eight four forty two uh-huh seven second in ten adams thirteen targets nine catchers green bay the Philadelphia will tank over. You're listening to sports overnight America with Jeff Rich Yeah back in everyone and it's sports overnight America on a Thursday night which means we had some Thursday night football both on college gridiron Zairean and in the national football league and throw away games. No more are these Thursday night football games we had two teams that not only should make the playoffs can make the playoffs but teams with National Appeal Teams. Everybody enjoys watching. I mean not everybody because there's cowboys fans. Giants giants fans don't care for those fans of the Philadelphia Eagles and then there's bears fans lions fans vikings fans do not care for the Green Bay packers but if you're a football ball fan you just want to see something interesting for example yours truly Jeffrey Cheer is a fan of the Cleveland browns but the browns are playing on Thursday night sin is an NFC game it really doesn't affect the browns in shape performed the browns don't play them they crossover with the NFC west this year by an opportunity to see Carson wentz Aaron Rodgers two of the better quarterbacks in the game to do it Doug Peterson had probably a better game plan going in and run the football you know he took Mile Sanders in the draft last year. That was the understudy to saquon Barkley at Penn state the guy that took over and had had a magnificent season a year ago you know ends up with the Eagles and Jordan Howard who acquired as a free agent he'll thirty one or a pardon me twenty six carries between the two of them. Math is hard on this time of night but fifteen carries eighty seven yards for Jordan Howard how long of nineteen he got in the end zone twice on the ground and add wants through the air but he did a lot of the heavy lifting on that one carson it's just floated a screen pass to him and perhaps credit to Philadelphia's offensive line they establish themselves in the run and had its distribution but not a lot of big plays in the passing game like twenty yards to in Jordan Howard Honda touchdown was the long for Carson Wentz out of the night and you know what as a result sixteen twenty seven hundred sixty yards three touchdowns that's a Qbr of seventy three point one he edges out Rogers in that category and a rating of one thirteen points to which kicks Rogers in there at ninety three point four cremated and run the ball as well when Aaron Rodgers is your leading rusher. You've got some problems by carries forty six yards era jones thirteen carries twenty one yards in a couple of brilliant player. The fullback applauded Geronimo Alison that went for seven seventy seven yards on the ground. I mean Aaron Rodgers on thirty four fifty three four one hundred twenty two yards through the air two touchdowns an interception. He took a sack a fumble wall away Davante Adams lighting up the scoreboard. I mean not scoreboard but the statue ten catches one hundred and eighty yards found Graham for touchdown he found Alison. I touchdown really did that. Second touched out from Alison to you. Keep the game going and I'm wondering I'm wondering what what kind of coach Matt Leflore because there's no question in my mind that Mike McCarthy kicks the extra point there but dismantle floor from what I've seen of him. I don't think he's aggressive massive enough. I don't think that as a first year head coach he has the stones on national TV with the game being at home to go after it Rogers throw. You don't have any kind of running game. You don't have any kind of balance down there so you don't keep the Philadelphia Defense and Jim Schwartz who is a great defensive offensive mind. You don't keep them honest got to establish the run. If you're Green Bay I I will say this for Rogers. I I've been on him for years about lacking in on one receiver and ten catches a buck eighty. That's not addictive of that because if it goes to Graham six times it's really worried that he was gonNa Square on on Jimmy Ground Graham win. Jordy Nelson went to play for the Oakland Raiders Alison Valdez Scaling. They're making names for themselves. I think in Brazil's Liz at this point his career is more of a reserve more of a block more of a tight end. That's going to play when you intend to run the football but here's the thing about the Green Bay packers actresses. They never intend to run the football. That's why you know brought in Matt Leflore. Just read things out. It's not that team. Philadelphia asked asked rely heavily on their defense. They've got weapons young Nelson one target no catches Jeffrey nine targets three catches. We shut out Alshon. Jeffery Anzac hurts the air at a gay okay bye-bye tight end standards now if he plays on your fantasy team Mary's your mic on Jordan hurts got your nerds but Zacher. It's he played on your fantasy. Team wants to kind of tell you. What did you call that team? I think I did actually just go into donut urge done. If I recall correctly. It was a very a hurtful fantasy football season in fact it was my last one because it was awful you did not had any positive points. You did not represent the students very well. I did not not everywhere everywhere L. Let's get back to the sports over there. She's going to have your final scores in major league baseball if if you care about Major League baseball at this point fans in Chicago maybe the white sox variety care a little bit about how Major League Baseball at this point I think most cubs fans are probably onto the the bears bulls or blackhawks of this point because you know their college football area and Northern Illinois so you know Northern Illinois they play Vanderbilt this weekend for the first time since nineteen ninety nine the Huskies of Northern Illinois. I've never knocked off the commodores of Vanderbilt. Go down to Nashville Asheville and take another swing at it four times a charm I would assume and we'll get Mary starts on Northern Illinois football this year. When we talked a little bit later on couple of gruesome injuries Jamal Williams the Green Bay running back and this could lend itself to why Green Vase running game was a little bit lacking but Jamal Williams was taken off on a Gurney in the first quarter of automatics defensive back for the The Philadelphia Eagles was taken off with minutes six left in the game and that kind of made the last sixty seconds feel a lot different from the first fifty fifty eight fifty four a whole team comes out on the field and we've seen this with injuries especially concerning injuries where you'll both both teams sky kind of step aside and let the let the training staff attended the player Brad twice in a game on national TV the NFL is trying to preach safety but I mean the the hit automatics was by what is his name? I keep wanting to say Lewis. I it's actually Andrew Andrew Sunday and I don't know why they'd the name Louis Sunday. Oh it's probably some some actor or something like that but resonates in the mind but the Philadelphia linebackers and defensive Backfield did did a lot of the heavy lifting on Thursday night Randy McLeod Sendero and maddox all with eight tackles apiece and McLeod with nine tackles weren't getting Aaron Rodgers much though one sack negative eight yards the big the big interception wasn't even really that much of a defensive play it was right place right time but the ball bounced off of Alison's arms going into the end zone he hangs onto that we're talking about a different football game and we're not talking about how Green Bay tries to convert after touchdown whether it's of the one or two point variety if what if we actually have seen what could have happened had he held onto onto the football but you know that whole thing about you know if your aunt had extra body parts should be your uncle and that kind of thing and that's not how it is so at three and one Green Bay sits Abbad atop the NFC north told me for the packers. You've got the Dallas Cowboys on October Tober sex then I was thinking there's a buy week in there but baseball season's coming to an end the reality. Is You know if you're waking me up when September ends the alarm clock is is going off and our next our next week of NFL football. We'll be in the month of October and that's just wild. I'll be up in the bay area. WATCH MY CLEVELAND Browns. Take on the San Francisco Forty niners of Santa Clara. Let's do break my name's Jeff Rich sports overnight America breath on the other side with your final scores from Major League baseball and we'll be right back. I'll go to fourteen. Let's the point block it gets the shotgun snap at one whence the fro pressure copd votes at left side looking forward so it is a war popping free fast maxwell twenty seven yards for the score heavy eagles finding it for the first time tonight job to white back in August in the middle of Appeal Tori Torrey Smith thirty such story. This is sports overnight America our touchdown now if you or a loved one is suffering from a physical or emotional condition that is left you unable to work then listen carefully. Take this number down eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one that's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one when you call you'll speak with a social security disability expert and get a free evaluation to see if you qualify for disability insurance benefits from the US government that's right a monthly cash payment paid directly to you. I'm from the Social Security Administration whether you're applying for the first time or you've already been denied disability benefits call now the disability attorneys at Pinnacle Disability can help you build your case file an appeal and represent you at no upfront cost to you. Don't wait another minute to see if you may qualify for your social security. Disability benefits called Pinnacle Disability the Group at eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one for your free case evaluation. That's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one call now. This is an urgent health notice for all residents suffering from back neck knee and wrist pain. You may qualify Oh five for pain relieving brace at little or no cost to you but the deadline is fast approaching simply call the health alert hotline. Now you heard right you may qualify for tain relieving back neck knee or wrist brace. These items may even be covered by Medicare or your private insurance. The health alert hotline is your brace company to these specialized is braces have been tested for pain relief. Call US toll free right now to determine your eligibility and to learn how to use your private insurance or Medicare to minimize your out of pocket cost. Don't wait at the deadline passes. You may lose your opportunity to get a pain relieving back neck knee or wrist brace at little or no cost to you eight hundred four three O. nine nine five seven one eight hundred four zero nine five seven one eight hundred four zero nine five seven one. That's eight hundred four more three. Oh Ninety five seventy one attention business owners now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business Business we can give you packages with the ninety gray channels and save your business a ton of cash and if you call right now you can learn how to get free equipment and free installation installation. Now you have choices. It's time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business and call today and get ninety channels plus free equipment equipment and free installation smart business owners like you all across the country are consolidating and saving money on their cable TV Internet and phone service for the business so so now is the perfect time this may be a limited time offer to the first one hundred people that call right now so please save money and call now eight hundred four for seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three. That's eight hundred agreed four seven hundred seventy one thirteen. He throws the ball goes client is thing socks. Equality was check fuller episodic. Salita drew's he's gone. Love owned wins. Daniel Paul all coe once again walks it off only run tonight's. You're listening to sports overnight America and okay good evening for sports byline. I'm Mary Nick Mara with your Major. League baseball final scores in the American league. The twins topped the Tigers ten the four Mike Minor did strike out number two hundred for the season as the rangers avoid a sweep by the red sox with a seventy five win Cleveland get shut out by Chicago eight to nothing. Thank and Seattle fell to Oakland three to one over in the National League. The brewers beat the reds five. Just three Sandiego fell to the dodgers one to nothing the giants stop the rock easy to three Washington wins all five games with Philly after a six to three win. The cubs dropped a ninth straight with a nine to five loss for the pirates and Miami edges out the mets forty two and that's a wrap from the MLB but still back over Jeff back everyone. That's Mary Remake Marin. She's always keeping score and always should last forever but always not the case with Major League baseball others last scores for the two thousand eighteen season. I know you're not sad to see the twenty thousand nine season. Go because it's Kinda good riddance when you're a cubs fan but at the same time I mean you know you you put in your work on on these scores each and every night and you know. I think that we should you know thank you on the air. Will you're welcome. I can't believe how quickly it went like. It wasn't until I was actually typing out. I realized this is it. This is the regular season I mean we saw this weekend but in terms of US speaking about it regular season isn't ans- we're done I mean Monday we could do a big recap. I don't think we're going to have any tiebreaker games on Monday. Playoff field is basically said it's going to be the Yankees. The twins ends the Astros Oakland and Tampa Bay in the American league and it should be Atlanta Saint Louis Milwaukee L. A. and the nats in the National League and on the outside looking in last team out very very likely when you lose two three of the White Sox when you only we have five games to go or six games ago that's not a good sign serving of the postseason. Maybe we spare ourselves embarrassing FLOP OP in postseason from the Cleveland Indians by simply not participating yeah but alise. I don't know I mean these two losses. The white sox aren't fantastic but the cups of loss nine nine straight. I made a joke a couple of weeks ago about how they were GONNA lose every single game for the rest of the season and it's just a joke. It's just something you say ha ha ha. They're not GONNA win a game this weekend. They're playing the cardinals. The are going to end up losing the last twelve games in their season like how's that for a kick in the phase us being kicking the face Milwaukee's gotTa feel like they're not getting a fair fight here. If Joe Biden's not gonNA play as regular Joe Madden had to say about that yes walkie is now just one game behind the cardinals and the cardinals are playing the cubs this week and the cubs don't have anything to play for. Everyone's heard anyways so I think Madden's we're going to be squad. We'll be looking at B squad all weekend for the cubs so it should be a pretty nice cakewalk for cardinals. There's a lot of expletives in the quote. I can't actually say bad about wining and female dogs and fecal matter. What a skinny of it? It's Kinda funny to watch how Jordan bashed in paraphrase. He's that whole thing dot com. You even know that there was expletives in there because you know he's and instead of you know. I don't give a bleep but you know it's I don't care about you know and and more or less. He's just saying that Milwaukee's going to whine about how we're handling this but neo my focus is on the Chicago cubs and I guess is the question would be with the cubs playing their last three games of the seasons last three games Joel Madden yeah goodness he out. He's out. It's I think like half the team's probably going to be out. We're going to be looking at a whole different different team. Two Thousand Twenty Different Team in twenty twenty different manager different front office. you think it's the gods you rumors running him what back to Boston what he goes back to Boston Boston Madden to the angels see now. That's the topic. I want to talk to you about Mary because for the second time in like five years Joe Madden is going to be a home wrecker where the guy that's already under contract attract you know they ran rectory a- not out of town just to the south side but you'll brad office and nobody really loves Brad Osman like we can trade we trade managers. Is that a thing like we can just take Brad and they can just take madden and make it happens in Madden for the newer model selfish reasonings now Brad auspice. I know him for two things I remember him as the manager of the Tigers and the fact that he was trading back and forth between the Tigers Eggers in the astros like three times but he's already there. Madman was on Mike Socialist Bench back in two thousand two long Reynecke who went on to manage manage the Milwaukee brewers bud black black is actually still up there with Colorado right now but maybe not for long Colorado look at them. What an awful season for them? That's as a major drop off yeah. I don't think anybody saw that coming Colorado auto not in the I put them in the West and I only did it because I wanted to get creative. I wanted to get away from you know the dodgers won the division six years in a row because a little a bit of a Lazy Picnic Day but it happens to be accurate once again but yeah Colorado just fell off a cliff and you wonder if you know they got a lot of young stars. I mean knowing John Aaron Auto is going to be there for a long time but big money the phillies the angels rockies all on the outside looking at what else we got Major League baseball the twins they're three hundredth home run and just because the Indians are longer chasing them doesn't mean that they're not still playing some ball and beating up on the Detroit Tigers and you might you might think that it's really not fair that associate gets played Detroit Cleveland was in it. This long is because they were seventeen in two or seventeen and one against the Detroit Tigers in two thousand nineteen. Yeah yes right only got one game against you. Guys out of your series matchups and that's crazy so we might be looking at a lot of not so happy endings in Cleveland Francisco door probably at the ad we already know that Jason Kipness is probably going to be gone and I personally personally won't miss them because I'm not a big fan of the guy but he he got a lot of fans in Ohio this year playing for the reds and the Indians but yes yelp we very not likely not back for Cleveland and for full season all he. He's a free agent so he's going to demand. I don't really like the guide much but he did well in Cleveland he did he came up when he needed to Cleveland's business models and done anything bad yet. Cleveland doesn't resign those categories when when they rent player the player that they wanted to Trevor Bauer Trade is Frame Hillary as is going to be there for another four years and he's GonNa come cheap gonNa cost you twelve million dollars a year and that's about what you're going to be paying Francisco Lender and I think that Linda needs to be the highest paid player on that team you know even though you know we has the veteran status and you ah he's GonNa go play somewhere for bigger money than the Indians are willing to pay and pay and that's the case a lot when Indians speaking of Cincinnati they played the brewers. They have a meaningless series coming up this weekend. With the pirates longtime forty-six year radio Voice of the Cincinnati Reds Marty Brennaman call all the his final out and Scott. I don't know if you've got that cued up. Can we hear Marty Brennaman too and he went around strikeout and that's your ballgame. Josh Hater got out of a basis Lotta Jam the no suspense Era Delight tonight as you retires inside and ordered spikes out to fight alone game of the year the Milwaukee Brewers have defeated the Cincinnati Red's your brain American ballpark vitals more five to three all right the the final call of a forty six year broadcasting career earlier in the man that he replaced in Cincinnati booth Al Michaels who called Sunday night football he sent out a video via Chris Collins risk twitter account because yes. That's how these guys are. You know that are having social media accounts are they borrow these accounts of get the word out but Michael is went out in heritage a terrible terrible terrible San Francisco giants team Yell Historically Bad San Francisco giants meanwhile Marty Brennaman gets you know inherit the the big red machine there in Cincinnati. It was world championships. It was sparky Anderson it was it was pete rose breaking the hit record. you know as Joe Morgan Johnny Bench edge all these hall of Famers for the Cincinnati Reds all under Marty Brennaman watch if you watch Fox Sports Ohio and the Reds Games on ATV. You'll I hear his son he also here. I'm calling. NFL Football Games on Sunday Thom Brennaman and on this night the last night of Marty Marty Brennan Vincent Lustrous Radio Career in Cincinnati is joined by his son. Tom And brewers Guy Bob Euchre and Bob. EUCHRE doesn't even travel with the brewers so this was a special trip for Bob Bob user to hang out in the reds broadcasting booth as the reds played the brewers down the stretch here in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred. We'll more baseball for you on the other side Mary Mc Morrow keep hanging out my name's Jeff Rich shout out to the troops listing out there on the American forces forces network. It's sports overnight America on the sports byline broadcast. I work and we'll be right back. This guy really bothered my league. In here. Come screaming here comes uh-huh throw and by C. L. Queen my goodness. Why all the money out to the this is sports overnight America if they're not happy here they get a leap if you or a loved one is suffering I'm from a physical or emotional condition that left you unable to work then? Listen carefully. Take this number down eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one that's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one when you call you'll speak with a social security disability expert and get a free evaluation to see if you qualify for disability insurance benefits fits from the US government that's right a monthly cash payments pay directly to you from the Social Security Administration whether you're applying for the first time or you've already been denied disability benefits fits call now the disability attorneys at Pinnacle Disability can help you build your case file an appeal and represent you at no upfront cost to you. Don't wait another minute to see if you may qualify for your social security. Disability Benefits called Pinnacle Disability Group at eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one for your free case evaluation. That's eight eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one call now. This is an urgent health notice for all residents suffering from back neck knee and wrist pain. You may qualify for pain relieving leaving brace at little or no cost to you but the deadline is fast approaching simply call the health alert hotline. Now you heard right you may qualify for a pain relieving back back neck knee or wrist brace. These items may even be covered by Medicare or your private insurance. The health alert hotline is your brace company. These specialized braces have been test for pain relief. Call US toll for right now to determine your eligibility and to learn how to use your private insurance or Medicare to minimize your out of pocket cost. Don't wait if the deadline headline passes you may lose your opportunity to get a pain relieving back neck knee or wrist brace at little or no cost to you eight hundred four three zero nine five seven in one eight hundred four three nine five seven one eight hundred four three O. Nine five seven one. That's eight hundred four three. Oh Ninety Ninety five seventy one attention business owners now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business we can give give you packages with up to ninety gray channels and save your business at ton of Gash and if you call right now you can learn how to get free equipment and free installation now. Oh you have choices it's time to start saving money on your cable. TV Bill for Your Business and call today and get ninety channels plus free equipment and free the installation smart business owners like you all across the country are consolidating and saving money on their cable TV Internet and phone service for the business so now's the perfect time. I'm this may be a limited time offer to the first one hundred people that call right now so please save money and call now eight hundred four seven oh seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three eight hundred four seven seven one one three. That's eight hundred four seven seven. Oh seventy one thirteen every body rising to their feet Scott Service here from the fans bill strong one hundred six expansions gentlemen we are witnessing the culmination of a magnificent mariners career or Felix Cernan does has he shakes hands with Scott Service look seats. They look each other in the eye. The whole Enfield gathered around a big hug each other. They hugged the town Seger Hud skillets this long embrace Witthaus seger now back to who sports overnight America with Jeff rich welcome back in everyone is sports overnight America talking some Major League Baseball. We said goodbye advice to the Indians playoff hopes. It's not mathematical but it's close enough anyway. We talk about Joe Madden playing basically a triple a cubs lineup. He's going to get some guys US trying to get cast Janos to deductibles. You know make make that guy feel like part of the team he he came over to play in the playoffs and Wah Wah up the same could be said for Wiegand Fram. You'll raise in Cleveland and number of other players acquired at the deadline. some milestones being chased down Mike Minor going after his two hundred strikeout knows this kind of fun Alexkor had a problem with this but there was a pop fly they had the rangers dropped intentionally so that might add one more opportunity to strike a batter out and he did get his two hundred strikeout but Alexkor. I thought it was Bush League. I think Alex Cora thinks that anything that's not the idea of the BOT not an original idea. The Boston Red Sox is being shady business business. There Jonathan Show hits Minnesota's three hundredth home run of the year. They've just shattered their team home run record we talked about Joe Madden probably probably being you know Madam. De the angels feel to Boston with. Would that make you as a cubs fan. Mary angry at either Boston or are the Angels Organization for Poaching The the winning formula for the dubs. It was a winning formula that worked one time. I don't know if it's a winning thank formula as much as it was like some winning sparkle dust. Maybe no I'm I THE STARS ALIGNED FOR CLEVELAND. The realization that the season ended. I know they've got a limited yesterday but it didn't really hit me until crafting stuff for tonight that my season so mad now I mad we have reached the point. I made you big man now. Now we have reached the mad point. No I won't miss any you know. Go Get out get out. Let's try something else. This isn't working okay so oh Felix Hernandez made his major league debut with the Seattle Mariners in two thousand five career there won the CY young in two thousand ten threw a perfect game. I it was the it it still is. I believe the most perfect game in major league history August Fifteenth Two thousand is an and twelve. He's thrown immaculate inning. He only had one hundred sixty nine career wins and that was you know that's well below the mark mark that you think of as a of a hall of Famer but six time all star had the fifteen year career played with one team and I think the dad goals a really a long way a little bit of loyalty. I'm trying to think back with the Chicago cubs notable player that spent his entire career with with one team and I'm really struggling to come up with any name other than Ryan Sandberg. That's all I have to begin with but mark grace played couple years with the diamondbacks at the end of his career so so you don't really WanNa claim you know he played for San Bruno tried to come back Carey Carey would pitch for the Indians in the Yankees for a little bit but not long enough that you know it really tarnishes his legacy as Chicago COBB and I. I'm not sure that I think the Kerry wood is a hall of Famer. He's made the conversion to to closer but I don't know you're pretty excited when he was headed to Cleveland and I was like good luck with that. Let me know how it goes. Well you know Chicago got the best years of him wouldn't prior is starters and and you know priors was much much much much much more more brief but Kerry wood you know him Bob Feller the only ones to equal their age and strikeouts in a single game muzzle easier for feller because he was only seventeen when he did it but Kerry wood was twenty when he couldn't even tell you the team that he that he struck out all those guys for twenty strikeouts in a game at the age each of twenty and you know pitch for the cubs in the play offs in two thousand three and two thousand three right and you know that doesn't that doesn't go oh well for the cubs he he actually hit home running game seven of that series against the Marlins but that game was lost as soon as moisture salute through his hands in the air. It was really really not even in the mood to talk about. Hey let's let's coarse salt on some. Mary cubs anger and bring up the two thousand three three series of shots Mary here on a Thursday night on sports overnight America Jeffords Mary McNair Mara with you. You Follow Mary on Twitter at Mary Mc Mara M. C. M. A. R. A. H. and you can follow me at Jeff. Rich talks a little college football. I mentioned that you're huskies are taking on the sec they haven't beaten an SEC team since Alabama in two thousand three it'd be nice to see a little bit history repeat itself especially considering considering the huskies have done so well against the the big time competition playing Utah Playing Nebraska Plant Vanderbilt this year specifically amy they weren't horrible blowouts though usually when you go on the road they lose those teams like forty seven to nothing I mean they. They're pretty competitive there for a little bit they were winning in the second half for quarters him. They were winning in the second half against against Utah on the road in Salt Lake City Nebraska never executed certainly didn't beat the tar out of them like the huskies did last year or two years ago two years ago so I mean and I you has a victory in Lincoln over Nebraska so you know who cares if they didn't get it this time around a couple of ranked games coming up in college football. You've got Virginia and Notre Dame on number eighteenth-ranked Cavaliers at South Bend and against the tenth ranked Irish lost a week ago so there are probably the only top ten team with a loss and then USC who has a loss is number twenty twenty one. They're going to Seattle to play Washington and I think that you know even though it's not specific and they spell it differently Husky. Love is Husky Law right yeah I mean any time I get to bust cost out that Big Wall Husky head and put it on top of my head okay too big ten teams are this is a this is true trivia Tuesday on Thursday night by the way Mary the old brass is one of the trophies up for grabs. It is between two big ten teams that are playing for it and the old breasts Patou a two and it sounds like something along that around and if you could name one of the big ten teams that is playing for that trophy I will give you a hint. It is is not Ohio state and order BRASSICA Wisconsin. Iowa sounds like something Wisconsin Iowa do when you got one of the letters right India Indiana Abishidze state of Arkansas at Texas. AM they're playing for or the southwest classic trophy two teams from the south that that kind of makes it very classy. He gets it or Arkansas the southwest maybe maybe you can maybe maybe they they play in the southeastern conference but they used to play in the southwestern athletic conference. Oh Arkansas is kind of like a swing state. As far as southern geography goes if I've learned anything from from sports it's they don't really care about your geographic location you fit into whatever division John Mara name you want. They want you to be in you could be in the West and still be in the east. They don't care are looking forward to Arizona planes playing in the central division to make room for a lot more road trips to Saint Louis in Chicago the strips used to be just over two Anaheim and La there is the Victory Candid added Aka the Michigan Mac Trophy to Michigan schools that play in the mid American comp any of the Directional Michigan's eastern Western Northern Central South East central mid western northern okay. I I'll give you hit twelve three six and nine north by northwest or anything like that WHO's playing a central eastern central is at Wester that is the Michigan Mac trophy so eastern Michigan just gets left out of the Michigan Mac trophy altogether. Oh it's a trophy so so also is so so there were no wrong answers there okay Directional Michigan but this weekend the victory cannon is actually just the trophy. It's not a piece of weaponry but certainly hoped not hey this series goes back to nineteen five so they probably actually actually jaded gave the winning team a candidate. It was probably like campus security for the for the rest of the school year at some point. It was deemed financially irresponsible to be toting this Canon around you. Don't you don't know what it's like to live in the Cannon Air Mary Czar and like maybe that's why tuitions forty thousand dollars a year so we have money to send canons all over the place right. I speaking speaking of bombshells. I guess Jaylo Insecure GonNa do the halftime show you actually halftime show. It's kind of one of the Super Bowl's appeals for you. Depending on WHO's playing in the super bowl the commercials and the halftime show might be all that I watch I I will record it and fast forward through all of the football and watch only the entertaining parts very vic morrow. She's here. She's here on the sports. Talk Radio Program for people that don't like sports talk the Sports Talk Radio Topics and we love it another quick quick thing to hit on the G. League. The Sole Minor League for the National National Basketball Association is going to implement a new foul shout rule which lets you to one shot but that foul shot is worth however many points the shot was is worth so if you're shooting at three shooting three free throws you shoot one three point free throw and if you miss a two point show all your fault you shoot one two point free throw. I got excited there because it kind of sounded like you were leading towards a wager like I'm GonNa make that it's going to be seven points and if I miss it we're taking away seven points but if I make it like jeopardy or prices right like the daily double game it's a game. It's not a game show game. It's a reality show called basketball aw that sounds fun but it's when my mind ran away with it and it was whatever points you want it to be. That was a lot more funds nothing to me all right and you hear me you know you hear me talk all the time about how PAC twelve network games are literally unwatchable because they have direct TV but dish customers your miss out on Fox F. S. one the big ten network in f s to which we never got to begin with on direct TV but threatening to lose all that that's a ah that's a little more significant than just losing ESPN because you lose. All you know you lose animation domination lose the masks singer Simpson's. This is still on the air. Yes Simpson's on animation domination. We could we cover and family guy. Can you name a single weekdays burger are you. Can you talk show that doesn't air on Sundays besides the singer which you just said so that's cheating and they don't be on Sundays. We don't even know no. I have no idea what their regular weekday programming is. I neither do I. Gal Gotham on the air anymore. They're probably still running with empire. Though I think that's on the last season I think I saw this was the last season but accounts but is that even during the week I mean. Is that a Sunday I. I think it's a win that players Wednesday night show because you see it during a football game Wednesday on empire there's drama in the studio so goodbye to Felix Hernandez Goodbye you Marty Brennaman who called his last game with Cincinnati Reds radio. We got mad into the angels. I talked about out Virginia and Notre Dame. Oh Penn State Penn state is only lost. I won sixteen straight against Maryland in Maryland and the only time that they lost was was back in one thousand nine hundred sixty one neither of us were there for that. We will be here on the other side. We've got one more segment to wrap up the hour here on sports overnight America. She's Mary. I'm Jeff and we'll be back. This is the demand of the game of baseball right here. The law been emotion for a player who gave his it's hard to this city to this organization Hudsonville all his infielders Scott Service is going to orchestrate megs slapped aw oh five with Omar mine is our buys. NFL nor listen to this crowd. You're listening listening to sports overnight America with Jeff Rick huge moment in this contest right here not too long ago. It felt good to withdraw your cash from the bank. Didn't it for a vacation nation or a new car but today withdrawing your own cash has become risky Pat Boone here for Swiss America according to the secret war a new Swiss America Michael White Paper. I learned that all banks are now required to spy on you and me for the government and then report any financial behavior deemed suspicious or unusual. You must read the secret war. It's free truth is I believe the government's new war against cash is really a war against us aw aw but the secret is now out so please get and read the secret war pick up your phone and call right now eight hundred nine three to five five five one seven eight hundred nine three to five five one seven eight hundred nine three to five five one seven once once again. That's eight hundred nine three two fifty five seventy. Are you an active stock market investor will then you know these three key words buy live cell. Hold those three magic words can make or lose you money in the stock market. What have we can show you a time-tested tool? That's been helping stock doc market investors succeed for over thirty years. It's called vector fest an amazing system designed to make smart investing easy the vector vest system list of analyzes sorts and ranks over nineteen thousand stocks every day and tells you when to buy what to buy and when to sell any stock to maximize your profits in less than ten minutes day and if you call right now you can test drive or amazing vector system risk free for thirty days for just nine ninety five is eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight hundred five eight four to five one nine eight hundred five eight four to five live one nine. That's eight hundred five eight four twenty five nineteen. Do you owe ten thousand dollars or more on at least two federal student loans then and you may qualify for new programs offered by the Department of Education these programs can reduce your interest lower your payments and possibly qualify you for loan forgiveness us if you have ten thousand dollars or more and at least two federal student loans and currently not in school you may qualify for one of these programs call now to check back your eligibility student. Loan advisors are standing by to help you determine if you qualify for these new programs they can help you reduce your interest lower your payment and even forgive give a portion of your student loan debt. Take control of your financial future. Make this free five minute free. Call now to nationwide student loans and learn how you can reduce your student loan own debt eight hundred four three nine seven eight five one eight hundred four three nine seven eight five one eight hundred four three nine seven seven eight five one eight hundred four three nine seven eight five one. This is sports overnight America. Welcome back to sports overnight or barrick. Everyone I wanNA thank Scott on the other side of the glass or producing it creates show for US each and every night of the week and Mary we've got the cowboy are the not the cowboys we've got the cowboys announcer Tony Romo and and CBS play by play Jim Nance calling the Vikings bears game on Sunday. Perhaps 'cause what I would love nothing more to see. Is You you on this one. You go take it the Gulf right the golf. Yeah we're talking about being announcer lists because Romo is apparently a golf star. How awesome would that be? Jim Jim Nance and I'm flying solo today because Tony Romo is still in Napa California trying to win the Safeway opened. He's tied for twenty eighth right now but at to her in the gut is always cool to see yeah Jim if you need some backup. I'm I'm totally here. What are you gonNa County for? Oh you're gonNA. You're the game yeah. I'm just GonNa sit on the side and be his little little side wench. Yeah nance would appreciate that. I think they say you need some help. I'm totally here here for him so that that would be I. I don't know if you're old enough to have seen like Bo Jackson. Her Dion Sanders play both Sports Danny Danny ainge you know oh the GM of the Celtics played baseball he played basketball for the Celtics and but he was also a really good golfer by Jordan like the thing that he was a pretty good offer some some of these golf pros I know around Scottsdale would dispute some of that to an extent. He's better than Charles Barkley though you agree all right we're talking you before we get into too much trouble for Mary Scott. I'm Jeff Rich. This has been sports overnight America. You've been listening to Dach- radio siriusxm Channel Two now stay tuned for more sports sports coming away next hour on the sports byline broadcast network stick around for the sports attack with Bob Black next on sports overnight America You're listening to the hot land-use feed radio network at live dot hotline. YOU SPEED DOT com. This stream is supported by advertisers and Contributions Nations Bhai Youth follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the Hukou Service. Don't use cast Wednesday September twenty fifth twenty nine eighteen. I'm Mike Clifford on today's rundown speaker. Pelosi calls for impeachment inquiry of President Trump and cleaners rally for new contracts topping our News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday newsday the need for an impeachment inquiry of trump the New York post reports that move comes as its surface other top Democrats have been meeting privately to discuss the creation of a select committee for Peach Mint. That's according to reports Pelosi said this is something serious and a class of its own and discussed about conduct of the president of the US. That's an audience of the Atlantic Festival in Washington DC as soon as we have the facts closing said they are ready office cleaners Philadelphia and Pittsburgh negotiating the contracts are could set the stage for workers up and down the East Coast Philadelphia Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney will join more than a thousand workers tomorrow as building cleaners and Philadelphia Rally for a new contract in both Philadelphia and Pittsburgh representatives lives of large building owners and contractors negotiating new agreements with five thousand members of local thirty two. BJ Sei you fits Jones as a a building cleaner working at Jefferson Tower in Philadelphia. He says employers have proposed dramatic cuts to workers benefits despite the biggest real estate boom in decades cades. I'm doing you remember an employee about twenty years now and I've seen it go from bad to good and we just WanNa be cop stated fairly for the work we've done going to continue to do the union says what happens. In Pennsylvania could impact more than seventy five thousand workers on the East Coast bargaining for contracts this year I'm Andrea Sears reporting and those poor and contracts for Philadelphia Pittsburgh building cleaners expire in October and as Oregon Teachers and communities celebrate these Student Success Act the first phase is how funny will be doled out. It's now beginning Eric. Take it off as all report. The bill's passage marked a major milestone for education shen which has seen disinvestment says nineteen ninety ballot measure limited the dollar's available for school districts to receive funding. They'll have to engage with local communities on what they need eight. Lisa Fraga is a second grade teacher and Eugene Education Association member. She says that's fitting because community members helped push this law over the top with red for red rallies in May teacher walkouts that happened less than a week before legislators passed the Student Success Act if you went to any of those places where teachers were taking action for investment in public education you would have found many parents many children people from the community who stood get up with US officials. They're looking for import a number of issues including mental health services and what kind of courses students walked this is PMS in an unprecedented statewide video conference. Yesterday Dan Hyman reports the speaker of the House of delegates there Roger Hand Shaw took questions from West Virginia school kids about climate change but Dan reports Not-i'm did he say climate change is real problem or even use the phrase this hinshaw a clay county Republican makes his living as a lawyer for natural gas companies when asked for the state's most serious environmental issue hinshaw a trained chemist cited something he admitted was unexpected the need for trace minerals to make electrons and batteries the chemistry of electronic macron device and how do we power batteries. We depend on to a largely illegal railroad metal. The other delegates in the video conference Morgantown Democrat Evan Evan Hansen said the most serious issues were water pollution and climate change hinshaw seemed somewhat open to a market trading carbon credits saying he he preferred that to a simple carbon tax. He also spoke favorably about a Bill Hanson has sponsored to allow companies to get electricity from solar rays as built on former coal mines but the closest speaker came to say climate change is a real global crisis came when pointing out that the state's economy economy is still dependent on fossil fuels can't trust said the local tax picture is part of what leaves West Virginia tied to coal and gas they fund from the Public School Systems and many of our so called. We're dealing with or talking about a problem. That's global in nature kinds of barriers to its solution are so so different everywhere in the world they all collectively converge to make the Problem Arkansas an Opel. The most recent state revenue numbers came in fifty million dollars short board of last year's. Dan hyman reporting for the Public News Service finally are Mary Sherman reports that ohio-based West Grove Tour Jeff Ruby has wined don celebrities dignitaries alike but food is not only passion. He's also committed to helping portable young people ruby grew up without a father and his life life and says he was on the wrong track until football coach stepped up to provide him with guidance and support. He believes just one positive connection in a kid's life can change their trajectory this coach and all of a sudden. I had someone that I wanted to be like I wanted to impress. I wanted to be proud. I know what that coach to change my life so I've been changing other kids lives ever since he's sharing his story as a keynote speaker at the Public Children's Services Association one of Ohio's Twenty Nineteen Conference Huggers of people involved in child protection will be on hand at the conference will discuss strategies to improve practices and better support children's Children's services workers i Mike Clifford from public news service we are member and listener supported online at public service dot. Org It's time for the attack here on Sports. Overnight America now live from New York. Here's your host Bob Black Wealth today. America wasn't for the Sports Attack Bob Black. He Scott Cutting Out San Francisco our our phone number is one eight hundred eight seven eight eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nights 'til retail home number of the attack sports violent. USA Sirius Satellite Radio Sirius Xm Specifically Channel Two eleven Dan Patrick Radio tickets long each and every day we have affiliates all around the country that we give a lot of low to they love us right back including clued cares. HP Fourteen hundred am the stronger signal in north Las Vegas waddling their way back like jerrold Nadler from the Balaj. All you can eat buffet you pay a hefty st price but then again you become a hefty human being would make him walk it off because you're being held hostage day one hundred thousand four hundred and fifty four and we've got all around the world as well the American Forces Radio Network. These guys and girls are protecting our six each and every day you're out there you around the world you around the country. You're in uniform arm. You don't always get to go home at the end of the day and and hopefully we're giving you a little bit of a taste to hold you guys heard it Ron South three recently with the Hefei and and brought the show to the troops give them a little bit of funding for Varsity and little bit of sports talk a little bit of celebrity and everything else that he could possibly break. We got army Canadian and not too distant future will be heavily involved with that as we always are so he sees somebody out there in a uniform. Just do the right thing. Be Respectful. Go Up. Thank Cup of coffee. Get a little round of applause where you you know you sit in first class seeing soldier on the plane Kim you see now I mean that kind of stuff is cool call and truthfully. It goes a long way so is it just just do the right thing. It's social media is more your thing and you want to reach out to us at Bob like seventy one at sports bioline you as a so we get ready for the show. We're GONNA Talk Major League Baseball couple of guys stepping off the stage one named Marty and another one who might be a king and then might again he might not baby stepping off. Maybe he's not we'll get into that on the other side as well and the pennant races and and a little bit of Thursday night football what be one hell of a barn burner game cap played last night. We'll also go down the rest of the National Football League schedule for you as we go forward on his version of the attack. I'm out up grabbing coffee. You stay tuned for the commercials all seasons back back and now you can get into the game with our exclusive sports betting partners bet online dot. Ag Sign up today to receive your fifty percent. Welcome bonus on your first deposit and make your bets on your favorite professional or college teams every spread every total every winter and every loser straight bit Parlay Ortiz your way through the season will mahomes through for fifty-six touchdowns can the pats go undefeated you can bet on all of this with the fastest odds updates and payouts with our new sportsbook partners that online line dot. AG head over to Ben Online DOT AG or use your mobile device to join today and use Promo Code Coach fifty five to receive your fifty eighty percent. Welcome bonus get into all the action today with debt online dot ag your online sportsbook experts it has vince said that everyone has a book in them but you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you WANNA leave it autobiography for your family or maybe you built a successful business and you want to share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company Company. We have professional writers who can help turn your book idea into a Finnish main just grabbed quickly and affordably a dorrance ghostwriter can provide as much or as little help. Is You need to complete your book. You'll work directly with your ghost rider to finish your book faster than you ever could on your own. It's easy to become a published author called Orange. The rent's now to learn more eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three eight eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three call right now that number is eight hundred four eight five six thousand three. What a fly somewhere somewhere looking for cheap flights or cheap tickets then call that's right call the low cost airline travel hotline now for prices so low? We can't publish them anywhere. Low Cost Airlines has all kinds of cheap travel deals fly domestically and save up to seventy five percents. You can even fly internationally and save even more. Yes ask fly anywhere in the world and save a lot of money on your plane tickets. We'll even save you money with cheap travel deals on hotels rental cars even complete travel packages so so don't book your tickets until you call us first for the absolute cheapest prices on. US and International Airline Tickets Hotel call right now for prices so low old they can't be published travel. Experts are here twenty four seven tale eight hundred seven five four four five three one eight hundred seven five four or four five three one eight hundred seven five four four five three one. That's eight hundred seven five four forty five thirty one suit and he went around. That's strikeout and that's Josh Hader got out of a bases loaded origin of the eight no suspense era tonight as he retires aside in order in spikes out too and it is vital home game of the year the you know Wonky brewers had defeated the Cincinnati reds here. Bring American ballpark score five degree now more of the sports attack with Bob Black Heroes Sports overnight America and with that call Marty Brennaman signing off from the Cincinnati Reds Radio Booth with a loss unfortunately for him but one of the great announcers of all time he and I cross paths a couple of times actually just once in an airport by accident accident and another time we were at an event and just nice man didn't own particularly well can't call him a friend by any means but down down on Earth Cool Dude Legend legend in Cincinnati and Cincinnati losing to the brewers who are amazingly. Al Fuego right now five to three you know it you look at it and you say okay you know. Some of these guys is are not great announcers but they found their niche in there in a particular town they become legendary. He was a great announcer and it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and a life you want to live CD medic targets your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active ingredients plus the added benefits of THC the free hemp oil get back to your life with CD medic available online at CVs these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain pain and it's getting in between you in life you want to live. CBD Medic target your pain added source. It's fast acting relief with active. OTC ingredients plus the added the benefits of T._H._C. Free soil. Get back to your life with C._B._D. Medic available online and C._B._S. These statements have

Cincinnati Reds baseball Cincinnati Marty Brennaman Tom Seaver Marnie Brennaman Father Marty America Major League Hank Aaron NFL basketball Joe Nuxhall football Fox Sports Network Virginia Dan North Carolina partner Al Michaels
6-15-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 1

Mike Gallagher Podcast

35:15 min | 4 months ago

6-15-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 1

"This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it. All this. he's the mike gallagher. Show if you get a vaccine you don't have to worry about unvaccinated people. You don't pose a risk to me because i am vaccinated. The american middle class is subsidizing. The rest of the world who are taking advantage of america. And that's why the other world leaders will love joe biden because they realize that the trough is open again from the relief factor. Dot comes studio. Here's mike gallagher. Show much breaking news today on the subject of masks vaccines of wuhan of president biden's condition. Oh my gosh. Did you see him yesterday asked about putin and he just shut down like he was having a a an episode. This is the forty six president of the united states. My goodness and of course the media doesn't want you to notice. Pay no attention to this nothing to see here. Keep moving keep moving. We'll play that clip for in just a moment. But i wanna play a more important clip. I think this issue really matters. The husband of ashley babbitt. The woman who was fatally shot during the january. Sixth capital riot is pleading with officials to release the identity of the capitol. Police officer responsible for her death happened during an appearance last night. On tucker carlson tonight on fox news one of the most important shows on television tucker may be the most important broadcaster on tv today. Anybody who tells you not to watch tucker don't trust that person. That person has another agenda. I read somebody said that a couple of weeks ago in. I think i think it was in the new york post or something not the post. But i don't know one of the newspapers out of new york said. Don't don't watch tucker don't watch tucker carlson that means he's over the target and every single night. This guy's commentary is smart. It's funny he did a commentary last. He did a thing about wuhan i was. I laughed for five minutes. straight sky. news. Australia discovered video showing that wuhan. The wuhan institute of variety had actual batch in the lab. Now the reason that's significant is because they've been denied. China denies that they've used bats in the lab and yet sky news. Australia discovered the all this video of all these bats in the lap. I don't mean to make fun of this but very serious subject but on the other hand. They had a video of a researcher with a hat. He had like goggles on and a hat and there was a bat clinging to the brim of his hat. Like down like bats sleep and his claws batch claws were on the guys brim of the hat and and i hate bats. I i listened. Just full disclosure batch. Snakes bugs. I'm not good at any of that stuff. And batch really do terrify me. I remember as a little kid in ohio. If there was a bat flying around remember once my dad and i were listening to a cincinnati reds baseball game. I remember like it was yesterday. I had to be eight years old. And my dad was sitting shit and listen to joe nuxhall. Who's a friend of my dad's cincinnati in cincinnati ohio. My dad was a scout for the boston. Red sox and that cool. It was a bird dog scout. I lost her when i was eleven years old. I've got really rich. Memories of my father. Who is from the boston. Area is from norwood massachussetts. And he had that thick boston accent. Pakad harvard yod. My mom's name was marge so with my dad came out march maj and we had a summertime tradition. My dad would sit in our living room and smoke a pipe and we'd listened to the reds on the radio and we. It was really hot. We had the front door propped open. They'd have screen door a screen door and my dad's sat in the living room. And i would be show excited. And i would sit in the living room with him and we both listen to the reds game and i usually my tradition wonder why turned out to be fat is that i would eat re i would eat. Refrigerated receives cups. I like a big bag of raciest cups. Dad was smoking pipe little. Mikey would eat his research cups and one son summer night. We were listening to the reds. Marty i think it was before marty brennaman. Even anyway i know. Joe nuxhall and my dad got that glaze on his is. He's listening to the reds game and i'm sitting there and we're in the living room at a bat swoops into the living room and circles around and is flying in the living room and then flew up upstairs to the second floor. My dad was totally oblivious. I'm scr. I'm ready to have a heart attack and my dad is just staring off into the he's listening to you know. Marty brennaman described the curve ball on the bottom of the fourth inning and the reds and the saint. Louis cardinals didn't even notice it. Monster bat was big bad. I've ever seen anyway last night. Got this video of the bat clinging to the side of the brim of the guys hat and when the report was over tucker with a straight face says yeah nothing really to see here. The bat clinging to the brim of the man's hat and it was just perfect. He was like he called it out. Perfectly 'cause you're watching this report thinking yeah. There's no bats in the han lab. They're only hanging people's hatch as they're walking through the wuhan lap. So anyway last night tucker interviews ashley baboots husband his widow aaron babbitt and he's chucker asked him who shot your wife. He said i don't know they won't tell me. This is the husband of the woman killed on january. Six only one person lost their life as a result of the actions of the rioters january six. And that's actually babbitt shot by a capital police officer. So here was aaron babbitt explaining to tucker how he never could have ever imagined he would lose his wife this way. I mean. you're an american citizen. Did you know that in this country. You can be shot to death by government employees and no one explains who did it or why did that even occur to you before january. Sixth no no no. No that never occurred to me and throw the more never expected to lose my wife political violence. So what. I have to ask. I mean how. How do you feel about seeing her characterized the way that you have. How do you feel about the total lack of interest in her. Death sickens me to hear what people say about ashley. There's never been a person that actually ran across in her daily life that didn't love her and wouldn't remember some way shape or form for the rest of her life but this is the game. This is the social media craziness that you know people. Just run with therion. Just take off with it and you know it's it's up to us you know it's up to us and the ones i love her and people like you for not giving up on it so i appreciate that tiger. You know why there's not gonna be a january sixth commission it's not the republicans blocking it not going to be nine eleven style investigation in january six. Because they're going to have to get to the identity of the capitol police officer. Who shot and killed ashley ashley. Cabbage death is going to become a big part of that investigation. Because she's the only person who died. As a result of the actions of the rioters she was the only person killed. Everybody else died of natural causes. There wasn't a police officer. Hitting the head of the fire. Extinguisher never happened. Those relies that we were fed and at the end of the day. The reason there won't be a january. Six commission is because of ashley babbitt. The democrats hope it goes away and as long as people like tucker carlson around. I don't think it will go do you. Do you think americans have a right to know the identity of the man who shot and killed. Ashley babbitt don't you think people have american citizens who pay the salary of that. Capitol police officer have a right to know his identity. Or don't you think that the reason there won't be nine eleven style investigation into the answer. January six is. Because they're going to have to explain ashley babbitt. Do you wanna know or not my barking up the wrong tree here. Let's tackle this for a few minutes here. On the mike gallagher. Show for tuesday. June fifteenth hearing the relieffactor dot com studios. Welcome in one eight hundred six. Five five mike. Eight hundred six five five six four five three press one to come on with us to leave a voicemail you can always text us your comments to the mypillow text line which is also eight hundred six five five mike. This is one of those gut checks. I need to do a reality check with you. I need you to tell me if i'm right to be concerned and positively focused on what happened to ashley. Bab it or should we just move on from it. Where do you think. America should go regarding the death of ashley abbott on january six. Give me your honest assessment. One eight hundred six five five mike with a line waiting for you. Your voice your call your perspective coming up. He sure to get the mike gallagher. Show podcast at mike. Online dot com. Bet you've seen pete and chef tall but on the tv the father and son owners of relief factor boyer. They great guys. They have a heart for the hurting. They just want to get you out of pain. They also do a whole lot of things behind the scenes that you'll never hear of in fact let me share with you a little secret. The nine thousand nine hundred five. Quick start that i always tell you about where you could try the product but one hundred per cent drug free relief factor for three weeks for nine hundred ninety five. They lose money on that deal. But they know you're probably gonna keep ordering because it does work and they want to prove to you. Relief factor is made from wild caught fish oils and botanical. That goes to work on the inflammation that causes back pain or neck pain or hip pain pain from a workout gym. I want you to try. Go to relieffactor dot com. If it doesn't work you notify them after three weeks. And you're out twenty bucks but if it does consider what life could be. Life could be like pain-free relieffactor dot com relieffactor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four for relief factor own gallagher. I would love to know who the officer was shot. Her and wind up being investigated came. Mike one ears federal law enforcement. I've never seen a case. Where after a certain amount of time into the investigation. That everybody that was involved was not openly named there. Either violating some important protocols or they've changed the rules any mike maybe it wasn't a capital police person. May it was some other armed. Ersan in the capital Maybe an elected official. That ashley justify well. There are a lot of a lot more questions than answers over this last night. During the tucker. Carlson segment Tucker was also interviewing the attorney for the family of ashley abbott and the attorney told tucker he believes this capitol hill. Police officer who shot babbitt is the same officer who made headlines in two thousand nineteen for leaving his loaded handgun in a public men's room inside the capitol building. I kind of remember that story. So you know one would think if that's is that part of the story. Do you think it's an important issue that needs to continue to be explored. I have a theory. There won't be a nine eleven style investigation over january six. Because of ashley baboots death. Let's see if you agree or not. Start with ryan. Hey ryan what's up. Hey mike big fan your tanker thank you appreciate. I retired out of federal law enforcement I worked for the federal government. I definitely think you know we should look into it more and what really gets me. Mike is the double standard If it was not if if it wasn't the circumstances of that day on capitol hill and say it was a person of color in inner city that got shot by law enforcement. The last would be absolutely going insane. Name identities off. We know his identity ryan identity. Neely it making them go into hiding your right now that the left you know. It's their bodyguards. It's their personal protective agents. That that shot somebody it completely goes against what they want and just the double standard and yet these democrat politicians in states where i was in new jersey and new york that are all about you know online databases where people can look up. You know police use of force or police internal affairs complaints but now that it's one of the dares it's it's all of a sudden we don't wanna talk and not only that but but not only that but actually it wasn't one of theirs she. She was a trump supporter. So she doesn't count okay. That's all right. Republican clive collateral damage. You know she's just one of those crazy lunatics trump supporters. Hey are you ask you a personal question. You a dad now now all right well. You don't have to be a dad. I was going to give you a free my pillow for for saying things about the show for father's day but i'll just give it to you anyway. Being a nice guy he ever my pillow cruciate. That might now. I don't but i'd love to have one big supporter. You lives regatta bush. that's really nice. Line three guys. Let's send ryan a free. My pillow the premium mypillow twenty nine nine thousand eight for dad in time for father's day the sixty nine ninety eight and there's a little little clue line three guys line three. Let's get to ryan's information and remember something you say kind words about the show. Chances are you'll get a free. My pillow You never know eight hundred six five five. Mike here is ryan. Hey ryan how're you. Hey mike i have a friend in canada and he told me that they have totally different stuff out there. Like for instance. They have bags of and i told him. I'm glad you spent seven minutes on hold to To try to troll us brian europe. Hey brian iran. I got brian on screen. You byron byron yes from pennsylvania by then you. How are you sure i am. I am good. I was actually at captured on january. Six and i i have another theory of why there will not be any nine eleven investigation. Okay i i have a feeling. I've never heard this on any news reports. I have a feeling that nancy pelosi and the democrat or is it actually orchestrated the attack or the whole thing. All right brian. Interesting theory. More coming up you can't you can't make up more. Don't go away. maybe. I'll have a joe biden. Moment the mike gallagher show at some point. Our government forgot that it works for us and to grumble as bertolt brecht wrote that people had forfeited the confidence of the government and wished they could dissolve the people and elect another. But they can't hear we are awake and we are not going away here. The people rule or we should any system of government where we the people don't rule needs to end starting today in the relief factor dot com studios. Here's mike portions of our show are brought to you by fellowship. Home loans. Call eight hundred five ten mike to get the conversation started with those terrific mortgage professionals only people i do business with. And they've been helping tons of mike gallagher show listeners as well fellowship home loans dot com slash mike g. or call eight hundred five ten. Mike incidentally you know doesn't take you don't have to be sherlock holmes to look up the story of the. Us capitol police lieutenant who apparently left his service weapon in a bathroom in twenty nineteen. The unintended gun was discovered later by another capital police officer last night during this tucker carlson tonight segment the lawyer for ashley. Babich family maintains this is the same guy tucker evidently heard about it as well ask the attorney about and the attorneys said yeah. I think it's the same guy. According to roll call after the house adjourned in february of twenty nineteen. Lieutenant bird left his glock twenty two in a bathroom in the capitol visitor center complex according to sources familiar with familiar with the incident. Bird is the commander of the house chambers section of the capitol police. It was apparently investigated. The trouble with the glock for people. Apparently no weapons better than i do. But i'm just reading this from the roll-call article. Unlike a gun with the traditional safety a glock will fire if the trigger is pulled making the discovery of an unattended loaded gun in the capitol complex particularly concerning. You think so. The question becomes if this lieutenant who is the commander of the house chambers section of the capitol police is capable of leaving a an unattended glock in the bathroom. One would think that could be part of this story if indeed. He's the same guy who shot and killed ashley babbitt. In other words. He might just be incompetent now. I don't even know if it's the same guy. The officer who killed ashley babbitt has never been identified because of a peculiar congressional exemption that they've carved out for the members of the capitol police london like police departments all over america and even federal law enforcement where their policies that mandate the disclosure of an officer involved in a fatal shooting congress exempted capitol officers from that level of disclosure or accountability. Is that convenient. So that's what they're hiding behind. They're using this congressional stipulation or exemption as a way to protect the identity of the man who shot and killed. Ashley babbitt again. It's lieutenant mike byrd the same guy who apparently left his glock twenty two in a bathroom in the capitol visitor center complex. I don't know how you'll eat. A league loaded glock in a bathroom. Your law enforcement and you've got a responsible important position but it kind of makes sense if you connect the dots this mike byrd described as the commander of the house chambers section of the capitol police. If he's the same guy it would make sense. He's got a responsible position trying to protect the house chamber during the january six riot. Furthermore lieutenant mike byrd is african american. It appears the guy who shot and killed ashley abbott based on the videotape. He appears to be a black man as well. So maybe it's the same guy. Maybe it's not who knows. We have a right to know. We have a right to know ashley. Babich family has a right to know ashley. Abbott's husband has a right to know and there should be an explanation as to why deadly force was used. It should be a transparent investigation. The taxpayers have a right to know this and that's why there won't be a nine eleven style. Investigation over january. Sixth the left has a problem. The democrats have a problem. That problem is ashley. Badged death and i will say this again. That shooting may very well have been completely imperfectly justified. I don't mean to speak ill of the dead. She had no business trying to climb through a wall and breach a barricaded area to get closer to people like the speaker of the house and the vice president and who knows who else those bridge. Those approximately four hundred people who engage in acts of violence. And i would call ashley abbott's decision to try to breach that wall an act of violence. You got a guy with a loaded gun on the other end pointing. Saint's day backstage back and these people are breaching that area. I know the deadly force is appropriate. It may not be but it may be here for your having to protect the lives of the people who run our government nancy pelosi. She's third in line for the presidency speaker of the house and breaking into her office and putting your feet up on her desk and allegedly whatever these people did and we've seen the video of the again several hundred out of the thousands of people who went to hear president trump. Speak that day. Who were again. I will remind you for the million time urged by the president to peacefully walk to the capital to to let your voices be heard. He didn't say anything about rioting. He didn't say anything about fighting with police officers. Donald trump is pro-police. He's the guy that always on the campaign trail would always make time to shake. The hands of police. officers acknowledge law enforcement. He's not somebody encouraging people to get violent with police officers like those like those people did. He didn't justify ashley baboots actions. Nobody nobody really is but there are legitimate questions about how and why she died john. You're on the mike gallagher. Show of the relief factor dot com studios coming up. Also you got to hear biden's shutdown his mental shutdown when asked about vladimir putin. We'll do that in just a couple of moments but first back to your phone calls at one. Eight hundred six five five mike. Hello john doing sir. Mike yamile ever lifted me a for man seems like forever. So thank you very much really appreciate that Listen i'm kind of confused by and you started a couple of times now this idea that that that democrats don't want the january six commission but listen. I feel like. I've been following this for a little bit. Republicans had an opportunity to vote and they didn't. I'm just kind of confused how you're coming to that conclusion. I mean republicans have the chance to vote. The republicans opposed nine eleven style commission. They voted against right. So so why are you saying that. It's the democrats that are afraid of having the commission. I well first of all the democrats have the majority in the house and virtually the majority in the senate if they wanted if they what if they want an investigation. Don't you think there would be such a massive push back by the democrats that regardless of the republicans opposition to it. They try to make it happen. I feel like the idea was to have a bipartisan commission. But only one side of the table showed up to do that well. They wanted a bipartisan commission. That was stacked with a bunch of democrats. The democrats had they were going to rig the deck. But but to your point. I get your point. What my question is get wooden. Democrats be front and center protesting loudly. That the republicans blocked. They've let it go john they've let it go let you go. What did they give up without a fight. I like i said. I'm just kinda confused by this idea that there wasn't a fight. I mean there's only so much there's only so much you can do when you don't have sixty units sixty senators. I got islanders. Listen you could be right. I think the democrats made this an issue that was front and center. I think the democrats tried to create by partisan a commission. I got the when they when they lacked the votes. I guess my question is and and you're saying the republicans essentially shut it down. I'm saying the democrats could have pushed back and made this a huge. They can control the news cycle. Got the media in their corner john. They're not making this a very big deal. They're just not i. Don't i kind of reject the idea that i'm the one saying that. The democrats that they were joe. Mixon shane your point. Your has merit that if the democrats wanted to make to to shove this down the throats of the american people like they do about everything else that they want us to talk about. Climate change in critical race theory. And listen that could have been the front and center issue and it hasn't been they've let it died. They've just moved on. They've moved on. Because of ashley abbott because regardless of of your point. I really do believe they've got a problem. And that problem is ashley babbitt. And who shot her and the circumstances around to surrounding her death. Thanks john for your call. More coming up sixteen before the hour. We got a busy day. Listen if you missed joe. Biden's brain locking locking up shutting down. Dare i say having a mini stroke. We've got that remarkable moment for you. Next support law enforcement we do to gallagher's heroes dot org is there's gallagher like actually babette for republicans. We will never know. It doesn't fit. The narrative fit the narrative. Let's get this investigation gone. Let's see who shot her cousin. This country wants it all the time. Thank you to. And he's right. It is a one sided conversation that the mainstream media wants to engage in every single day. Got a nice note. Incidentally an email. From bob. In little rock. So bob thank you for. I was joking yesterday. I was you know. It's funny when i kid around nobody ever well. There are people who never understand humor. And bob means well. Here's what he said he said. You said on your show that you don't like people. I was joking about going to see the movie in the heights. And renting the theater for two hundred and fifty bucks a lot of these movie theater chains stiller leading you because of covid read out the movie theater. And i like that because you don't have to deal with people that are talking during the show or getting on their phone or checking their email in the light. The glare you know. And i joke about not liking people show for two hundred and forty nine dollars. I'm retina the theater. Going to see a movie. And i'm happy as a clam i hope. That's a covert thing that sticks around anyway bob rights. I don't agree with what you said. How could a good man do so much for kids going to summer camp if he doesn't like people feeling this has been your life for a very long time. Please don't say negative things about yourself. It's just simply not true. He's talking about the guy that i met for brunch. Who said that he if he knew what he knew back in november about what's happening to the country he would have voted for trump again and i was infuriated. It affects what he said. It affected me to what that guy said. But there's only one way for us and that is forward knowing we are honoring. God i think you get my point. I mean it it all goodness and kindness to you and bob believe me. That's how i receive a thank you for your very kind email. You can always email us. Mike at mike online dot com or text. The show eight hundred six five five mike or check out the podcast which has a lot of exclusive content terrific long-form interviews with people that are making headlines you can subscribe to the mike. Gallagher backstage pash. You could download all the episodes of the show. If you missed part of today's show could download the mike gallagher show podcast catch up and again exclusive interviews content and more when you subscribe find all the links to the podcast at mike online dot com or wherever pod cash are available. Here was the president of the headlines. The headline red state was the best. The biden year of paean chaos continues. Biden's brain breaks in the middle of a press conference. They broke his brain. Here's cut one now understand. The long pause is not edited. I don't want you to think we've added anytime. I was worried about our radio stations around the country because sometimes long periods of silence trigger automation machines and so technology. Hopefully there's enough background noise that we won't take you off the air stations. This is actual. This is joe biden's brained breaking right in the middle of a press conference to let him or putin spencer the first question. I'm laughing to they. Actually i well look i mean. He is made clear that the answer is i believe he is in the past essentially acknowledged that he was certain things that he would do did do but look when i was asked that question on air i answered it honestly but it's not much of a i. I don't think it matters a whole lot in terms of this next media. We're about to have the second question was related. Sh- i'd verify first and then trust there you go. That's the leader of the free world right there. That's forty-six president of the united states. That's your president. That's your president The biden european chaos. He was also three hours late with one hundred members of the press waiting the whole time. No explanation ever given when biden finally did show up as nick era rights at red state. It might have been better. Had he not done so because again that disastrous answer and of course you got kamla harris the caterpillar she just keeps kathleen and giggling and everything she's asked about how about that. Black plague of death is laughs at everything. I mean everything. She's she is. She must be the most famous person in the but she went to south carolina yesterday. The headline over at townhall kabul the harris slam for visit to south carolina while ignoring the border crisis and as i predicted by friends in the upstate gave her a guatemalan. Welcome remember when she went to guatemala last week. There are big signs up saying trump. One same thing happened in south carolina in greenville. Her motorcade drove past demonstrators holding signs. That said trump won and the border is that way and rude to her second. Stop the vice president past protesters shouting go to texas. And they were holding up signs that said trump is still our president so i guess she got that guatemala welcome from folks in the upstate south carolina and the funniest side. The border is that way. Hey common you took a wrong. Turn coming out one williams over fox news things. Republicans are literally priming the pump to steal upcoming elections. Is this how they really feel or is it just. Bluster will tackle that in a whole lot more coming up.

ashley babbitt mike gallagher tucker ashley abbott tucker carlson joe nuxhall ashley baboots Marty brennaman mike aaron babbitt reds ashley ryan capitol police mike byrd Ashley babbitt cincinnati wuhan wuhan institute of variety boston
06/10/21 DPS Hour 3 Cameron Kinley

The Dan Patrick Show

48:34 min | 4 months ago

06/10/21 DPS Hour 3 Cameron Kinley

"It's been one year since. George floyd murder business. Roundtable stands with millions of americans calling for policing reform. We urge policymakers to continue working together to pass. Bipartisan policing legislation. The time to act as now paid for by business roundtable. This episode is brought to you by the nba from the squeak of shoes on the hardwood to the tips of their fingers. It's mesmerizing dance. Of jaw-dropping dunks heartbreaking blocks and mind-blowing steals. It's the most fantastic athletes in the world. Who make your heart beat out of your chest and make you want to jump into the screen and be right on the court with them. That's the nba. That's game dough missed the nba playoffs going on there. You are listening to the dan. Patrick show on fox sports radio final hour on this thursday dan in the de dan. Patrick show morale is high. I don't know why pumpad morale is high every day super bowl. I drive these guys crazy. 'cause i come in and they're quiet in the morning and i come in like i'm ready to go come on every day super bowl and i just want them to know. Let's go hopped up on your drive early morning workout in your wrote a few miles up the road eddie. Jog thank you todd. We'll get phone calls coming up. Eight seven seven three p. Show email address dp. Dan patrick dot com twitter handle. Dp show just wanna say we got an interview coming up. Cameron kinley former navy. Cornerback went undrafted. He was the team. Captain class president gave the commencement speech and he was. He's trying to win a roster spot with the tampa bay buccaneers as the fifth. Cornerback he was invited to try out and he wanted to delay. His military obligation is willing to. He knew that he still had to serve. he was willing to serve. He wanted to have this opportunity to try the nfl. And there've been a lot of other players who who have been given this option. There is a rule in place that allows you to be able to. At least try to do this. It was there then. It went away and then president trump brought it back. But we'll talk to cameron kinley because the navy said not so fast and they gave him no explanation. There's no appeal process at all and he'll join us coming up here in a moment. Recapping some things that happened last night. The phoenix suns look great as they dominated the denver nuggets and now the series moves to denver for game. Well three and four here. Is mike malone the nuggets head coach on his team's performance last night. They've had their way with us on both ends of the court. I felt we quit tonight. which is something you never want to see So i for game three. I'm just going to try to find guys at will at least go out there and leave it all on the line may have a hard time coming up with five guys that fill that but these two games. These second half's Never really been disappointing. And that's an understatement. I it feels. Like coaches watched a few movies. Or something i i. i'm gonna somehow five guys to to play the get five guys. I want you to be calm. Here doc rivers was calm after game. One michael malone was not calm after game two. He should know. Hey we're in it together. It's gonna take a team effort a true team effort. I don't know who i can rely upon. But we're going to find the guys to help us. He should say that to his team not us. He doesn't know us in the media. Anything other than we got some guys who were banged up. We don't ever starting back court. Michael porter jr. was not at one hundred percent last night but we're going back home and when we go back home we're going to win like that's what i want out of my coach whether he believes that or not. That's what i wanna hear mclovin. I think he's channeling gene hackman from saying like if the players aren't going to try we'll fi we'll put an ali kiro junction. Boys are some movie about inspiring guys. Be one hundred twenty first. Us open a major that forgives. No one it starts father's day weekend. Us open from torrey pines in san diego. You can find it on. Nbc golf channel and streaming on peacock. Update the poll results. Couple of phone calls and then we'll check in with cameron kinley the former navy. Cornerback how will aaron rodgers season end. The leader by far rodgers will report and both parties will say the media. Blue this all out of proportion. We talked about this three months ago because everybody member it was five percent. He's coming back now. maybe he doesn't come back. But until i hear those words from aaron rodgers. i'm going to believe that he is going to eventually come back. i don't know is it fixable if it's fixable then why hasn't it been fixed. What are they waiting for like he. He wants a his own office. And it's being remodeled so it's not fixed yet are they. Trying to trade jordan love. They haven't traded like what is fixable. I don't know okay. No problem now which orden love. they have. Good relationship right He loves the franchise he loves. The fans loves the teammates. He loves coaching staff now. He doesn't mention the gm. But then i saw report where he said that he had no problem with. Gm okay does it. Just come down to. It's fixable if you pay me this over the next three years and ensure that. I'm going to be the starting quarterback and you can't cut me after one year anyway. Big winner dan. We talked a little bit about the foreign substances. Actually their us-based substances they're not for and that's not fair to say their foreign substance american. Yes let's see. What else do we have. Nets bucks game three clippers jazz game to jeff in detroit joins us good morning jeff. What's on your mind today. Hey jeff a rare no show for jeff in detroit. Let's see we'll get to more phone calls coming up. Cameron kinley former navy cornerback. I'll give you the back story here when undrafted team captain he's the class. President gave the commencement speech at the naval academy had an outside chance to win a roster spot with the buccaneers. he would be a special teamer. Maybe a fifth quarterback there the chiefs also had an interest in him as well and cameron told the tampa bay times. He chose the buccaneers due to a family connection to coaches in the organization. His father was a college teammate. Of one of the assistant coaches on the roster and his older brother played under bruce arians with the cardinals so he was going to try out for the tampa bay buccaneers and see if he could make it as their fifth cornerback has special teams guy but the naval academy said no to his request. He was never trying to just leave the naval academy. He knew he still had his military commitment. He was going to try to defer that and cameron kinley joining us on the program. Here tell me the process here though trying to play in the nfl with that military commitment. What steps did you try to take to join. The buccaneers right. So in the summer of twenty nine thousand nine president trump endorse this new policy. I would just call the dt on which allows service academy graduates to request to delay their commissioning in order to pursue professional sport. So you put together package. I in your school sounds off on the package and four to the secretary of defense. So after i was picked up by the tampa bay buccaneers. We got my package together. And then the naval academy signed off on it and forwarded it to the secretary of defense and then it was denied by the acting secretary of the. What reason were you given. I was given no explanation. And i was told that there's is no bill process. Is that why you're doing the interview you can say that I just wanna kinda get my story out there. Because i felt like it needs to be heard for sure But he has definitely is definitely been a tough couple of weeks trying to deal with the situation. Are you allowed to ask for an explanation. Well that's kind of the business ran in the military unit. I don't. I'm not owed an explanation of the acting. Secretary navy separately. It was up to his discretion to deny the package not for the other just part of the way the dtm work so he doesn't help me an explanation. It would be nice to have one. Just give me a sense of peace but at the end of the day. i'm not really expecting. What kind of emotions do you have. I remember when i found out. I was speechless. You know. I felt like i had a piece me taking away. I just thought about all the hard work. The adversity that. I had overcome the get to this point in a for someone who just take away my childhood dream i definitely heard she none his emotions out still processing. I woke up this morning. I just felt kinda sick head heavy. So it's definitely starting to take a toll on what did you hear from the buccaneers. So my agents have been doing a lot of communication with the team so if figured out by training cap than their. Take me back if not then in two years Ah be able to go back and try out as long as i'm still on the military reserve list have you reached out to keenan reynolds He sent me a a well. He tweeted something now. Just telling me to keep my head up. stay positive. Nettie feels for me. But i haven't really talked to too many other people who had success with the military amd professional sports. Yeah cameron. it seems random it you know. Maybe you're not enough. A high enough profile keenan keenum was pretty famous. People thought maybe was eisman trophy guy. So i don't know if if if it's that bad if you david robinson famously was able to go to the nba but he was high profile and reflected In a positive way on the naval academy so i. I'm just trying to process this as well. Can you understand this or help me understand. Why one guy and not you. But i don't think the profile has anything to do with it. Because i look at last year otheir four players mother academies that everybody uses a package initiator alone. There's also three players air force in a player from or megan went undrafted of have been able to use this policy during the whole process. You not was able to house fortunate enough to have different interviews the morning footballing. Espn you know saw felt like i was bringing good publicity to the navy into the naval academy aubanel wind down the rookie minicamp and had a good performance down there. So i don't think the profile has anything to do with it I'd be curious out. What's the next step getting ready to Number bail from my career officer in the navy. Now i'm currently on my basket leave. That expires on june. Twenty eighth Heads annapolis for temporary duty temporary duty assignment until october. And then after that. I start my career path as information warfare community officer unique. Tom brady on your side here camera. Maybe nice if i could get Tv tonight definitely appreciate that but augustan. Are you worried about any repercussions doing this interview. It might happen. You know At the hardee's and stand. I felt like the misconception is that i don't serve. And that's never been the case. As never ever indications. I've been at the academy or else would transfer you know i'm i'm excited to serve as officer in the navy and i'm looking forward to that career i just felt like i had the opportunity to do both and i don't see why I'm not able to. How many push ups can you do right now. I mean i'll still say out of the exact number but if it's a competition i keep going if i said one hundred back. I didn't mean to insult you. Of course you could do one hundred. Yeah i understand Good luck with the fight here cameron. We appreciate it. We'll be following this. And i wish you well because i can understand the frustration there of you. You think you've got something and you still want to commit to the military and then it was taken away from you so good luck with the next step. Whatever that is yes. Thank you for having me on the show. Cameron kinley former navy. Cornerback went undrafted in was trying to make the tampa bay buccaneers. We're missing something here. Because i just noticed. Article from the air force. The air force has three players who signed his. Nfl free agents. That was a month ago and they had permission all three of agreed to terms pending a contract and secretary of defense approval and we did reach out reach out to the white house and the secretary of defense to ask about. You know cameron kinley see. I'm going to bet that the academy's like that like say the navy they can look at someone like cameron and put almost down to the exact dollar the amount of money that they have invested in that individual person. i wonder if for the navy standpoint. He's more valuable as a naval officer. Then he is as a football player but he's he's not trying to get out of his military commitment right but they might be like you know whatever. Pr it is. It doesn't matter. We need you doing what we trained you to do. Because it's more important to us. These other guys can go do that stuff. Because i'm not saying that they're less important but maybe they've placed a specific value on him that they're not willing to let go of. I mean it might be. He's the class. President gave the commencement speech there and whatever whatever his job is going to be in the military might be very very important and maybe they can't afford to have him try to play football. Maybe i don't know it just seems like you. Kind of it's random meme comparing. He made the dolphins roster keenan reynolds a couple years ago. We had the secretary of defense in the man cave. That was five years ago this week. He came in. And we wanted to know keenan reynolds. Who was wonderful in the military He was heisman finalist and he's he came in just to announce make that announcement that keenan reynolds was going to get an opportunity. I think with the ravens. That's right so i don't know just trying to figure this out. I seem may have something. That's the only explanation i've seen. Is that maybe. This kid is not a nfl possible roster guy where only one team has reached out to him and the the navy said. Well look we we we do. Let guys go. But this is a case where we need this guy. That's the only thing that makes sense so far but he says i look forward to my career as a naval officer in the information warfare community. That sounds serious because we are in an information war right now. He says however. I am deserving of the opportunity to live out another one of my lifelong dreams before fulfilling i service requirement. I think i agree with you. I think i'd rather have him protecting us than playing nickelback in a blowout loss or something like that. Special teams coverage. Yes but if the navy holds cameron can win that kind of high regard where they need immediate service and they can't afford to have them go play football and come back at a later date. Why can't they or have. They explained that the camera we just had him on the show and they said they gave him the explanation. That would have been the time to say. Here's why we're not doing it to just screw you over here specifically why we need you to stay on immediately not go try to play football and get that explanation. I was surprised. There's no appeal process. It was we see your paperwork denied. Yes that's i have no military experience whatsoever. But i don't think that's how the military works where you're allowed they say no and you're allowed to say why and then we'll give you an explanation. It's because i said no and then go do your job. Let's take a break. We'll get phone calls coming up. It's seventeen after the hour. Dan patrick show lifelock is here to help. You always talking about the information war that we're in. There's cybercrime identity theft. They're affecting our lives. They're out there to steal. What is yours and we put so much information out there on the internet your finances credit your reputation cyber criminal could harm all of that. Lifelock helps detect a wide range of identity. Threats like your social security number for sale on the dark web if they detect. Your information is potentially been compromised. They send you an alert and look everybody acknowledges this including lifelock one can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses. But keep what is yours with lifelock by norton. You join now this week only. It's better than friday sale. Save up to thirty five percent off your first year. At lifelock dot com. The promo code is patrick. The sale ends in seven days so go to lifelock dot com. The promo code is patrick. Save up to thirty five percents. Don't wait offer ends june thirteenth lifelock dot com promo code. Patrick thanks for listening to the patrick show. Podcast be sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr or stream. It live on the peacock out. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it. Using in-depth genetic analysis and real time bloodwork forwards top rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. They then create custom easy to understand plants to help guide you to achieving long-term health with forward you get unlimited in person visits with your doctor and access to care anytime via the forward app offer. One flat monthly fee. It's time to stop accepting backwards. Healthcare and start moving. Your health forward visit go forward dot com today to learn more. That's go forward dot com. It's been one year. Since stored floyd's murder business. Roundtable stands with millions of americans calling policing reform. We urge policymakers to continue working together. To pass bipartisan. Police legislation the time to act as now paid for by business roundtable. More phone calls coming up. Have our new poll question. Do you think the packers. Aaron rodgers situation will end with him being traded him holding out or reporting and he and the packers say the media. Blue this out of proportion and erin gets a new contract. That's what i'm opting for right now. But i feel like i'm still in the minority. I just remember when rob demovsky who covers the packers enhanced so going back the brett farve years and demovsky said five percent chance earn was gonna come back to the green bay packers if that's the case then if you're the packers why aren't you acting upon that but you go back to the draft coverage bed thursday and friday for the first round and then the next couple of rounds i came was crazy. It felt like this is imminent. Is aaron rodgers gonna get traded thursday night of the draft all the broncos. They didn't take justin fields. They didn't take mack jones. They're gonna they're gonna. They're getting aaron rodgers now. That's almost two months ago was imminent. I thought it was a combination. A culmination of just information whisper rumor. Innuendo and i think that adam schefter just came to the realization of let me get this out there. Let me get it on record. And he did and when we had him on subsequently he said look there was no breaking news to it. There's new information. But it was treated as if i was watching. Nfl live when he came on and he gave that report. I thought aaron rodgers was being traded. Not if but where. And when and here we are now. He's been on jeopardy he's been in hawaii doesn't seem like he's in a hurry to be doing anything anytime soon. I'm gonna guess in a month from now. Aaron rodgers probably wants to know you know to be traded or my going to be a packer uniform. Or am i going to be hosting jeopardy. Don't forget though that the date to watch for aaron rodgers to be traded as june first to-do countdown to june first. That's the day that it all makes the most sense for the packers. Paulie one is june. I it was nine and then just blew right by me remained. Yeah yes mclovin. Do you think if this does blow up. They'll ever look back and say we should have just done it for number three because they're never going to get an offer like that for rogers. Well are you gonna use three. See i i don't think you needed it was at odds spiro. Because you're not taking trae lands. Who's not ready. So what's the point. I would have wanted the picks that they sent to the dolphins. Like i would have wanted that instead of okay. We're gonna have the number three pick. Yeah i mean what are they ever gonna get. There's no trade that it's gonna make this a fair deal green bay way he's never gonna be have greater value than right now because next year. I don't know what kind of season is he going to have. We assume aaron rodgers. great season right. We assume that but we don't know because the two previous years prior to his. Mvp season he was just okay for him. But this jordan love pr machine and all my gosh. Did you see that the crossing route okay. It doesn't mean anything. I m club and saying his praise. Trade values is still really good right now but trading him can get you fired. And you lose your job off that you know jordan. Love can't really get you fired unless you just stick with him and go away for it but if you keep if you keep rogers you got three years and you you're not you're not risking your livelihood. No i think if you commit to jordan love now. It's a new quarterback. I don't think anybody's jobs in jeopardy and green bay if they trade aaron rodgers. I don't think unless they go. The ceo has to sign off on this and if he signs off on it and it should be his job to on the line. Mark murphy you can't go on a trade him but you do the ceo and the gm gotta be in cahoots here. Todd has the limerick on jordan love. And i think it's appropriate. Then we'll get the phone calls about navy football here. We go todd. super bowl aspirations seem damp. That's life without rogers and camp. Jordan loves confidences bold that he runs hot and cold with no. Aaron can green bay champs. Thank you john. Some phone calls here. We got some reaction from people about the navy. Football player do know. I have a scouting report on camera. Kinley let me let me How do i do this here. I was going to go get that. My phone's in my office here so you go run in there. And y'all do we'll just talk a little bit about you guys talk amongst this would have actually been a perfect place for The toddlers limerick right here. I have a limerick about the the nuggets. Let's hear it. It's embarrassing not fun a bit when you feel your team gave up in quit. So says michael malone now. It's time to head home back in denver. And the guys give a bleep wows irs dead air would have been better My apologies to the audience. Here's his scouting report on camera. Kinley because i've just curious if he was going to be able to make an nfl roster this is. Is this a scout from the last couple of years that they had faced the naval academy a good size and length above average athlete with like quickness balance uses size length in run support a solid. Wrap up tackler. Let's see allow separation on passing rounds lacks quickness laterally inside routes gets off balance when press coverage. The scout said had a chance to make the roster good size probably a safety. But that's the scouting report. We started to wonder about him. And is he more valuable to valuable to the naval academy. Because he's an informational warfare. That's what is specialty is here. Because if there's a rule in place that allows you to make an exception and exemption and he's still serves his military commitment. Then what are we missing here. He's he gave the commencement speech. He's the team captain. Let's see what are we have pete in virginia. Hi pete what's on your mind today. Quick did you. You're saying that right there this young man. I'm a tampa bay fan and that's him on our roster that leadership but this man is a product design success and is staying coming out of the naval academy president of the class. Captain of the football team gave the commencement speech. There's no way the navy is letting him go. Yeah that's just. Yeah thank you pete. That's what we're starting to think. Is that valuable where you go. Hey we got bigger issues here. We got life and death issues here not. Can you help you know tom brady. Get another super bowl ring. Mark in oklahoma. Hey mark adp how you guys doing good sir. Hey yeah this. this camera. Kinley situation got me scratching my head to you. Know it's really interesting. But i thought that i had after listening to is interviewing sharp guy. He sounds like you know. If i'm a fairly high profile football crew and i'm considering one of the service academies to To go play. You know where. I'm not going now is the naval academy. You know they may have shot themselves in the foot with this pr so yeah. I think it's a fair point. I think it's a fair point and we checked. The air force academy has three graduates now pending approval. Imagine your approval is coming from the secretary of defense and there's no appeal process when they say yes or they say no tommy in alabama. Hi tommy. what's on your mind today. Ed hey i have a actual Actually have a different take on this. I do not believe that it is because The navy believes that he is. You know So important for you know for everything because again that that would be basically saying that the three guys from air force in the one from the army and i know countless others track and field athletes basketball players. That have been given this i do. I honestly believe that this is because we have as cameron Repeating acting director. Right now. And i believe that this guy just doesn't Knows head from home in the ground and he does not understand. Exactly what's going on and the way that your show and this interview. I would bet the farm that eventually gets overturned even though there's not an appeals process. Someone's going to get in his ear because of this interview and i I would almost guarantee that. He's going to be allowed to pursue his football. Well thanks for the phone call. That's why he came on because he's trying to force the issue a little bit because he has no appeal process so this has to be public sentiment and we've reached out to everybody twenty four hours ago. We knew we're going to have him on. We reached out to the secretary of defense. We reached out to the white house. We reached out to naval academy the department of defense just to see if there was going to be any response. We got zero responses on this brad in north carolina. Hi brad hey the adp just wanna kinda got sentiments. Where are kind of caught half his on the phone with marvin but Since the interview off called both of my us senator and would encourage this audience. We see how passionate this audiences when it comes to an emmy award but something this serious. Pick up the phone call the. Us capitol switchboard and talk to your senators. That's how it's something done all right. Well thank you brad. Look i'm not advocating either side other than if you have a rule in place and you've allowed others now they're not gonna tell me they don't know me anything but in the past five years ago the secretary of defense called in we had him in studio so it's happened before and they're not gonna tell me and they won't even till cameron. Maybe you're too valuable to lose that you're here. It's important your bright. You gave the commencement speech. You're the you're the captain. We need your leadership here. Not as a fifth defense you back with the buccaneers. I understand that. I just feel bad for him that he's got a chance to play for the buccaneers. At least try out for the buccaneers. The other team was the chiefs. So this isn't just you know the the dregs of the nfl. He's got a chance. And maybe it's a small chance. He just wants the chance. You get this opportunity once in that. That's it. i remember air force academy had of defensive lineman chad henny innings and he went to the cowboys. Eventually you know. Roger staubach famously was in the naval academy and then came out. He had won a heisman trophy but he had a military commitment. Came out and still made the whole thing. He was a rookie at age. Twenty eight. I mean if you get a chance. Realize your dreams great. I hope you get that opportunity but the fact that you get no answer. There's no appeal process whatsoever. It'd be a little bit frustrating. But i do understand that this is what like this isn't where you ask your mom and dad. Hey i wanna stay out late. no you can't do. I have an appeals process. No i mean they follow you down the hallway. My son would go. And why why can you just tell me why the naval academy doesn't have to tell you why Mike lynn colorado. Hey mike hey dan hey I was in the air force. Eight years and You know when you come out of one of the service academies. you're not trained to do your job yet. This young man has been assigned job. But he's going to spend the next year to eighteen months getting trained to do that out of the academy. You just know how to read and write and do whatever you getting out of college and march and understand the military. So it's not like they've invested. Their training is official job. At this point okay. All right well. Thanks for the phone. Call michael yeah. I mean there's a lot of this is new to me. But that's why people on able to answer these questions. I don't pretend to know the answers. I just ask the questions here. Keith north carolina. Hi keith longtime time. Six four to fifty One thing this gentleman to piggyback on another caller He wasn't recruited the naval academy to play football. He went to the navy to become a commissioned officer at the naval academy. And that's what these contracts is and that's what are merely the navy's sex anything about him. Going out and playing. Football is a gift from the navy. Which i'm not saying it's a bad thing but say have invested a lot of time training. The money in this gentleman valedictorian of his class. Now they're looking at the future leader. Abu admiral can't take chances seriously injured over the next couple of years. Playing football engine out of a lot of people agree with you key. A lot of email email agreed with you. Understand that what i just. I'm looking at this from the surface of you did so far. You've done everything that the naval academy would want you to do to be and that is a person and also football player now. Do they recruit players to play football at the naval academy. Yes they do not. Everybody was recruited there to be an officer your recruited. We know people who are recruited. They need you to play football. John in florida john. What's on your mind. Hey dan enjoying your show A no little bit about military academy grad school into sports. Then you Right out of the sheep. This individual was already released by the naval academy to go do the football and then the acting secretary of the navy decided to quash that His assignment is not one that you would say is Here towards making him a future bad. It's just a basic assignment. There are plenty of people that can do that assignment so data the day. You have to ask yourself. Why is this acting secretary of the navy so out of step with everybody else when the answer is they're out of step with everybody else will john doe. He's an informational. Wear expert now. I don't know what that means. It certainly sounds important. Here's a valedictorian team. Captain gave the commencement speech. So what am i what am i. It sounds important. But what am i missing blow job sound for but there's a lot of people can do those jobs okay. You're gonna tell me. He was going to be an aid to some admiral. Then i'd say his chances of promotion and his career path is going to be quite a bit higher trajectory than what he's on right now right now he's going into going to get a basic job. That sound good. I mean look at the ones that are doing. Nuclear submarine duty and things like that You can't really go by the job title. okay. I got to ask yourself. Whose reporting chain is he working for. An admiral is he working for somebody much lower in the food chain but honestly it doesn't sound to me like the acting. Secretary of the navy made a good decision. John let me let me interrupt you seton how to question for you. Why would they give the valedictorian of the class. A job lots of people can do well. They give people jobs lots of people can do. I mean it's pretty large force so you have to think about terms of they're not depending on one individual. I mean the. Yeah but i would be curious. Thank you john for the information. I don't know what valedictorians normally do when they graduate from the naval academy. But i don't know if you're the valedictorian and all of a sudden you're doing you know. Menial tasks that everybody else can do that. That would be surprising here. There's only one of those every year there's whereas there's lots of people that can do lots of jobs. We'll take a break more phone calls on this topic coming up. Dan patrick show. Thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr or stream it live on the peacock out dugout. The podcast is called all ball. We usually talk a whole basketball time. But it's more about the stories about what made these people love their sports and all the interesting interactions. Along the way we talked to coaches. We talked to players. We tell you stories download it. Listen to it. I think you like listen to all ball with doug ali on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or over you get your podcast time for defense organizations to harness the power of the cloud is now discover how you can leverage milk cloud two point oh and dios to advance your mission at part three of gd it emerge 2021 tune in virtually on june twenty third to explore how cloud enables mission partners to modernize it platforms and integrate new technologies. Anytime anywhere here. From top leaders in government and industry to discover how dod enterprise clouds such as milk cloud two point oh and dios can drive speed of acquisition collaboration and choice registered today at gd dot com slash emerge. This episode is brought to you by hp plus in a world full of smart devices. Shouldn't your printer be smart to it. Is with hp plus these printers know when they're running low so you always get the inky meat delivered right when you needed. Plus you save up to fifty percent on inc so you can print whatever you want as much as you want anytime you want. That is pretty smart. Get six three months of instant inc when you choose. Hp plus conditions apply visit. Hp dot com slash. Smart for details. I started watching. It's i guess a documentary. I don't know if it's a documentary. But it feels that way bo burnham and he is i don't know how to describe him a comedian performer. But i'm i'm mystified entrenched with how what he does on this special on. Netflix bo. burnham is his name. He's been around awhile. I think. Probably the last decade or so that you've probably heard or seen something he's done. He's thirty years of age. But he has a special that mic love in the The french kid told me about. And i started watching it i went. I don't know what this is. But it's different than anything i've ever seen. Yeah club so he shot the whole thing by himself in his corentin. That's what's so unique. So he's set up guy right. I think he packs houses and he tried to do a stand up routine on his own. It's very odd music. He sings light. Show how it's framed and he did everything on his own. Yeah he got his start. He was on a two thousand eleven comedy central show called stand up showdown in one. That got a little notoriety and But just been plugging away since. Then it's fascinating it really. Is there some funny funny stuff in there. A couple of phone calls in here on this topic kevin ohio. Hi kev. what's on your mind. I dan how are you good sir. Good yeah the question. I had is giving the situation at the naval academy Would that give. Nfl team second thought about drafting anybody from the academy. Not knowing if they're going to get permission to defer their their military career sure. Thank malcolm perry. I thought was spectacular at the naval academy dot. I voted for him for heisman trophy. I think i put him second on my list or third but he got a an opportunity to play for the miami. Dolphins keenan reynolds got a chance to play for the ravens. But they got that opportunity. I mean perry had nine catches last year at least got a chance to play. He's a backup but former quarterback. I agree i would go into this going. I'm not quite sure not quite sure if i'm going to draft somebody because you're not quite sure you can get somebody as a free agent. I don't know if i'd use a draft pick david in texas. Hi david hey. Dan thanks for taking my call. I'm a retired navy. Diver and i was schools coordinator for Divers seals. And i think i can shed some light at least on the enlisted side and you could probably draw some parallels from so i would take applications from people who are already in. Maybe working jobs like cooks or mechanics but wanted to go into one of my programs and i got authorization to take those people from their detailer. Cook detail the mechanic detailer because our programs had higher demand we were in the middle of a bunch of conflicts. So the only people i couldn't touch were nukes. 'cause they were deemed to be just as critical as us. And because this fellow is an information technology. If you look what's going on today with all the ransomware somewhere attacks. That's that's where our national risk is right now so in my opinion it's just as simple as it's his job. Okay well thank you. Thank you david. Thank you for your services. Well james in nebraska. Hey james yeah. Hi dan thanks. I just also want to see a little light of the military personnel. Retired colonel marine corps One thing is The navy not telling him what he's wh-why there's a little misconception. They're one of the biggest leadership principles that we do is is making sure that our people do know why they are doing something so i. I'm pretty disappointed in in that aspect of it. The other aspect is this gentleman is is really high profile. Maybe person obviously with the valedictorian and smart. And he's a very short. mo it's very high critical. Mls military occupational specialty. Your job and that is something that like you just mentioned is is with things going on in the world is very critical and we just don't draw Jobs out of the hat. You've got to qualify for these things then. This individual is highly qualified. Highly smart for this. And when you're going through your training and then when you're young officer you were also identified at a very high echelon. The military leadership of who's going to be fast tracked two levels and when someone was saying that this area is not some of that could be led towards the admiral or such. I would i would completely disagree with that because i've seen this in general pacers. One of these as a marine corps officer was hard was fast track to be general and he got there before anyone else in the normal chain of situations and being gentle does not make you a fast-track. It's the special you do the background you have. And how critical you are to the military and and that's what this gentleman is now being. That said he should still get his opportunity. Hit hit the nfl if he can And maybe we can help him. Do that. And i appreciate the phone call. They're all the calls that we got on this. I appreciate it. We're up against the clock to close out this day. But you know we'll we'll keep you informed on it if we get an update if we move the story along then we'll certainly give that update to you here on the thing. I'm most fascinated about is. Is this young man doing this interview without the permission of the people in the navy the athletic department and that was his choice in his agents choice. But i'm curious to see how that place yeah. We wondered about that This team sports history bali. Of course there's a bunch of babe. Ruth one's nineteen twenty one. Babe ruth became the all time home. Run leader in baseball history with one hundred and twenty home runs. That's the record before him was one thousand nine hundred not basically nothing was it. A guy name will Homerun baker was at home run baker. Who held the wreck with that name. Of course it's going to see if the record they didn't call him. doubles baker. That kid named home run baker. The last one palay nineteen seventy five signs of three deal the cosmos it was also on this day that joe nuxhall debuted for the cincinnati reds. He was fifteen years of age youngest player in baseball history. That of course during wartime and joe nuxhall rest in peace wonderful man. Let's go around the room. What we learned on the program back left todd fritz. What did you learn today in baseball. Needs to make more uniform decisions. Not one year have a rule to help hitters than another to help the pitchers mclovin. What did you learn today. Michael kay got to enjoy todd. Fritz as bruce springsteen impersonation come on seeing. What did you learn today. michael cain. Dennis quaid novado didn't work polling every time we have one of these athletes from one of the services academies. I feel even more like a complete slug. What we learned brought to you by mercedes benz vans go far beyond from their customization options. Cutting edge tech five stars sales service financial support crew. Reseda spends vans built equipped engineer to be ready for anything. Go the extra mile. Take the import per step into unauthorized dealership. Today there's a lot of fun today. Thanks for your participation. Do it again tomorrow as we go around the infield for seton fritzy paulie mclovin. I'm dan patrick. This spin. dan. Patrick show one more item in. Its m drive. 'em drive boost and burn the supplement. That can help you. Drop the unwanted pounds and give you energy and energy boost that you're going to need not only for the day but for the summer that time of the year you got better weather you get outside travel plans longer days. You gotta have that energy boost. And burn from 'em drive you can pick it up at walgreens rite aid and vitamin shoppe or drive. Dan dot com. Get free shipping. Sixty day money back guarantee nothing to lose except for those. Lb's gatling get stronger. Look your best em drive. Dan dot com. It's tough to keep that weight off as you get older. but fightback with 'em dry boost. Burn get ready for everything that summer is going to bring you. Go to 'em dry. Dan dot com. Don't let age beach. You refund your prime. With 'em drive you can pick up. Dry boost and burn wants to get at walgreen's rite aid and vitamin shoppe or you can go to 'em dr. Dan dot com. That's m. dr dan dot com refund. Your prime dr e breakfast at the mcdonald's drive-thru tell yourself you'll wait to eat it at work but it's way too good so you eat it right there in mcdonald's parking lot meal. There's a meal for every morning at mcdonald's right now get any size. Iced coffee for ninety nine cents until eleven. Am and pair it with your favorite breakfast sandwich or one of our tasty bakery treats price and participation may vary bad bubba mcdonalds. I'm lovin it. Didn't catch the latest ruling. Martin unfiltered podcast. Here's which the republicans are going to call you socialist regardless of what's happening now with atlanta odd. It's real. it's raw rolling. Morton unfiltered to brain democrats as a radical lab socialist download. The ruling martin unfiltered podcast on the iheartradio app. And listened to ruin martin's daily commentary on the black information network.

naval academy navy Aaron rodgers cameron kinley keenan reynolds Cameron kinley buccaneers football tampa bay buccaneers cameron packers nba fox sports radio nfl jeff Dan patrick Patrick super bowl George floyd michael malone
Full Games - Charlando Sobre Videojuegos - Episodio #09 T3

Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

1:36:31 hr | 3 d ago

Full Games - Charlando Sobre Videojuegos - Episodio #09 T3

"Ghost is on michael's dinners. You may need. Ask better. I i i do. I saw museum. Which of course mr lanny willows gonna need money standards owner that america elson poster. Boy slow passed away Depend station on the end of that. Your bathroom pedal to purpose peterson. Kuzan retrofit normally alto friday. So they because one of the most out of this. When i us won't be boondoggle boondoggle. They really copyrighted lamb years at the scene. You know we still have we still you. If would never minneapolis again. The video could get off Hubert numerous yes. Okay so so. The adamant says is that what this parliament appalachian. We began but any other doctor for tuna. That allowed you know. July tonight is getting gardens. The brother oh. I gave you my me me. W. isn't contra until they could it be in case they do you hit doesn't father was negative. Way in your one of the gavitt humbling and number. That was and they do interesting. Guignols tala they can give. Asa who should be nothing was honestly local ninety when the familiar fan you know. Some people say it's over daniels. Thirteen nina yesterday mechanic. Worcester bil's tunnel almost out of the dinner. A over it does it. You could almost must nbc. The ocean tuna again. I don't see repetition glad you're studying at a mississippi casinos you enjoy injury. Leader that a media. Witless with this. That dope ligo bogo sancho videos they dealers on the amiriya. Very go does it. Have you seen that come about i. No i can see a super to join us. See literacy can no no no no. No she goes. I need animal was sorta acting guarany. Need that bobo hanging john. Leonardo mattei nikopolidis death is the cover wa who going to us moody executive back. Thought you know. There's nobody there that you know. Latino you're gonna look at you when those doesn't your different foul alyssa. Linda landell gaetano soil within us don't adage whole com. You set us. Louis joke invoking. Let's say our throw away Boy you want coming. No no motor. Sbn on dildos. No elyria brother to do show you a miniature and twitter. Thanks for your company. W talk radio. Sarah she this necessarily you give. I let them read it in laugh. Mean dictum in the shelter recoup. Harare's olympia cnn. It'll kill people twitter. They don't want on the palabras vasic frozen. Go blast so nica say microsoft organic fool. Nsa to it eacho. Goggle fast nfl throat. Say bathroom by folks fabio ballot. He like his ideo knowing. No not at all of us of usual should do pass okay. Are they continue to win some either a minute has this guy laroche of weather. Comedian embassador sprinted. W who gets into this is it was out there over. The near namic lakers the gustav which is made Buy new c. j. She's been seabrook. Put away alexey. Ill medicare those talk about. Russia will not komo bali and permanently. Guada- komo tito fantastic by each obama's dollars gavitt took us insane is but there's been calling. Is this one. Jake entrepreneur gonna blow by women. Don't mundo molly do says in mandeville middle who tries to be here. That really is who showed me that. Will mario imagine you look at your legal members. Are oklahoma bro. Is joystick edna sincerely again. Well or your lutheran veggies for governor says abajo talk about those. Yes they took an answer in sunshine. Mario santo santo endemic hewlett industry former indoor fantasia format took salvatore in dc. Matt this passerelle. Lastly was living in different communities and viktoria affirmative winter in the book. Where you got your final pay beila now who to the skin nursery for she. If this is incredible absolute. I mean you know celebrating your who outside. What does insist the get you monday. Goodbye is even formality mention. You're leaving the daily arena in fiddle Kouassi making not gonna rally is at wilga middle breaking leakage. Women stick to medicine weather from the korean. Though it doesn't thirty meadow. Kathy cook book. Go me neither happy from our intention. Tambien rapid off. He doesn't with a whole lot. I stop who don just look at the counter chabert. Oh gosh journal. Putting michael stop. Pr but a communist understanding dina's medical field nosair. Borge run but one though. Magnus odin innocent. They wonder does methods may make guy i said he'd or like i'm gonna bench and look at one hundred sixteen thunder janos. I take other supplement. I count on the fetal eaten at pay time. The those those fatal dying who she can make a month on avenue toby that the federal muscleman thrown after issue. We're not gonna be willis sunday but the same wavy. It's chemical shannon nausea ramona. It'll he will iskin up willow one though he make your enemy beethoven when maria i want him the. But it's going to change. And may maria regulated. Go out key set guy outta sabota- forum sal pogo alumni ever tell al-qaeda formality appeal house Out there for rep on the excellent advocate generally esi. Let's get no what are the. What's out muddier sanjay dared. Oh my domestos gopal joystick that us into whether or not much better skin scientists Other gilman though perot though since he will equal yellow board cheetos over the seat of the super medicine chain. Sean do any l'amour cattle c. c. uniform abi established. I see those pla former soloist. Mortar the lawyers multiple this report camario. This even said there'll be if you a million not yellow and director of over. We're gonna change advocate no from theon advocacy not in support of the mandal. They can no manda normal in burst. My favorite colors wilderness bellows important. Not wanna know who and you look is then through the lab. I guess i is. The minimum horrible is that of course game. Brennan team the fellow control the that we i'll hit of copier galveston. Ira malhotra kicking ability in georgia and then kick off in inky you any in the worst getting yourself operating system into you know and thema than what they are like is think you essential in nba leaders on the one zero zero. Defend as the wiggle stan. Last pass tickets call mindy though in a whole minimal. Meaning without parkinson's disease deals karalis. I used that elson trauma anti-abortion up going again sued by madison said naurskaya boom told him gabonese game boy back from on the william abbott. Mukasey does have this to the bison warfield perfume aguado simplemente in l. melon adapted another breath analysis municipal guitar. Imaging bullet on d.c. Now i was arrested. He doesn't tell us from the three hundred dollars actually mass but it's the opponent la land on video video buy. Yes but there's a perversely gaetano sh- valley who ireland is. We're not gonna put out british but as far as my company system raziq and let me the golden valley is not looking at the shenzhen. Come asking you listen the with it. She admitted he's okay. Mommy but when we need them you may you know. Mutual job is to get expelled. Ada yang local. America jalen eventually era british formats aca with giving amazon. Removing by. They get up on dissension in alaska. The dominic settled by lebron. Mario mario says god i miss can turn now. Www dot is a sort of you know. Say those game overs. The young ended up he on a lot. More role has been through this relatively mattila busy late. I'll come on edmund. Mortal montoneros polo. The affordability do that. They realized that. Look as you say. Joe comedic wind up but if we understand this administering chain nobody stands yes. It can avail savage who mba savage we. No seeing sunshine tend not know. Sit on this time. I used that loyal mass on bogusch assess president. They throw l l l through moon the pacific through your one. Is they say not. Nothing shown a hoist. Any interest the silicone graphic. Alabama's almost ego bidault mario petition dna. It's is bullied. Shooter is specific. Theon victoria's in bobo inside on gonna wind up on this issue on w. year komo thought but especially in better donald. No there's going you're going to have a career as the yes. Format is law galaxy guys. Total your oil. Obviously the market is from the nine. No betas interested in new york. This is a studio on financial da. Get donald unless he entered. I lost parochial swallows. That deloitte patchy all the los extra skip hit on. I got ziada. The lido mahorn. Asi politica-politica esta masterpiece asean bs enormous. That we're going to not running. Was kim bush ben. Big score sascha detrimental catastophe now. Betty infield up hobo affect rogan. Follow the florida yet. The colo semi debbie. I'm here yes or not forget. Let's get some kind of a young team. There are respite ambitious kitchen. I participate oklahoma and the issue number. Two eight bit club is we'll get that was on the staff at this guy is issued a super super again. Cousteau argument does this. Though he is he doesn't noboru now. Styled be zones alenia principle the was the was of course getting up was thought. Dolo carignan osceola adjustable gain cigna islam but his get him with philo ec- by some of a third world skin borges not sold them in the hillis given than poor casino. Logan person deserves the outside chain. You picked up on and put on. The radio is bliss it asking number the mood to do gave mutual at the gilead nearly took mutual final fantasy. The vagina deliver gabled really notable. They might almost hypnotize these two fatal beta i mean that they put i go getting on the huddle interacting lafayette and nomura dante. We we must not escalate. We're not gonna guess what. Americans in more than just an islamic about in may not go for admit. I voted up with your own formality of wiggle saying hopefully under semi aunt under samaras. Acura the last marcus. The no cuts celebrated give us inputting lapel authorized easily. They're going to look into. He gets anything he esta noche armenia. I'll probably barista alot predominant told us you. As you hold on the maximal they will have. I know bobbie-ann coaches into see but a lot of sweets not not st the booth. Coffee not quadra. I normally don't get disappointed which is better. Newly persona. one doesn't get shortly coast. Although i'm not i'm not as control passenger allegra. Shoot the caca. El nino linda linda fantasy hoaglund else. Now they'll stone. Whatever time wouldn't this middle for some. He wants he does he. Because if we gotta get wish only matter no no no no quisqueya gagging with gagan as that you call it good guidance. Okay dow dunno. I don't think enter your off. Who'd i'm actually e you get up a little bit. This won't be no. He got one this this down. Yes toby off agree though and those waiting in for telling you this not local april's fool l. timber was it who des leona salga mother important attitude idea with you november biting. Add against imagine this. You're playing off the off. And i'm acting no. So they they yes. They were ultra. There's the nfl either. Then hard and yet are they want to go get him which is on us. It added to breath. But if we don't realize how it all your argument on yet you fill the listen to say about gives us about data. Influence is dow. Would they one not much equine. Though when the a one minute. I think there has the mesa and let them know poor Don't see lau allow oil. Desktop are has taken. I wanna fuck it on. Newstalk northern partisan e. Personally want those other samantha's blood on your free annoying nevada Could you talk. Got the the rule jobs. Later without hear martha bebinger nickel jumping all by the indonesian. Horrible horrible can compare the needle iota per se out with a bit older. Meat huta look dangerous claim though forum. Boy he gets whatever went to talamo. Go nikki persona. You know put in as you already know nope. Nope robbing a puszta. That is talking. Don't be an even. If i thought he might over your incident. I'd have i'd ever but if he's not a shafran your size that elephants limited lunar oakland. The almost a bit over on doorman dominico. But it was baba's our low tomato bonus uncle usa. Marie can put chirac. Wanna throw them. English is equal morning butterfly. You you'll bullet that they get. If you've had removed from it at the anthem dominant down to the job. Does the annual the russell gotcha media meme beal allier. Letellier is going to be no say that as they need to remove chocolate bullet and they were horribly this low low volume the way the handle. Okay go balloon. It'll be non gas a lot of you get but a lot of molly temple of woo shepherd down. Well what wrote us whether you thought as well. But i think commuters in of the camera shake our family. We got it on the boil. Rather lay there kill alabama who loa the review in the final fantasy set up north. Have no idea policy actors. Should we not go. J ages reading to but i want to see if thin value in principle possible to talk about. We're not we're not went out of willer. Tempted to see is mutual mutola industrial. You mean with our stay valley which i think the interesting would they think goers this document stay solid media readable kamala the perez who she. She joined us different. Your minimum dollars each memento seattle galileo the commute from north carolina memento yester- smell when the stranding conditioners know your dad going get a very what in the that. You're gonna want the under the halloween. It'll yellow tapers. All people night lab at all months of the quantum of this attack on the damage was negotia meeting upper middle tokyo but although hembo queasy though knows him coming in abu dhabi the violated oviedo eternal punishment emptied. You're literally audience reach almost be larry nassar pornography those china our iota dula who were not give unit middle meter valley your detrimental he go. I'm budo correct in to be. They're not every day. Let me so. The one did have been the water. The water does the rep. I think we ought to knuckle doyle to by and take one zero three the oldest commercial. Wally lewis credit the abortion. Noriko elsom cmo cognac. Or they know the order number. Guess when asked of the trump administration your latoya katie boyega's by status as may say. Hey that's the sympathy in join us. Elder supermassive magazine. No no doubt about it wasn't interested fourteen into the into the app. The salvatore is three got uneven style. Science hollandia data the puzzle in the bills or will happen. I love buddha. Manila's hula madison. Saying i wanna kiss partisan in sony's there've been others and blend bill limit of what through numerous is not your mirror. Glycine office missile. No saleh's enough. There's unnecessity komo this modern brisket mcmillan-scott nagy idea they came on condole lows us cosima but again helps gambino. Be an boise by memento was apollo. I usually yoga. That own is interro. Because we're not louis pacific rim we apathy because the nausea emit overnight. Yeah they send you know what they celestino yesterday's though no mayo you almost felt sympathy and data alemi memento immoral emeka better if they don't get that asked again england's best elaborate Soared the nevada. You camino the familiar. But oklahoma city continue in pathak stole calculus but about the buzzer. When talk about my book us monotonous um episode. Tell them more an julia actually not a rookie reporter. Dante berkovic nausea caney. Okeke psycho nevada. That's three years. Emerson water psycho. Not here nuweiba there the guada- you'll can okay. I studied after he hasn't Guada- knows you're gonna this him about not even the entity and blunt and blown outta umbrella with implant ira yes. Wkno alameda say no. The debris did was to pinto offshoot. Ms ms for local whoever's and the perla ramblers and puszta in this boulevard so he has been dead finish hood dilatot start star. Whether i did have a. we'll try to. Which de link. I gotta gotta catchy medicine apartment meta equal. She evidence put those as they'll cartoons. The supermassive three miss them determine shortage administering quattro decision away. Put ratomir siachen thema. Most i i when the model three yes. Donald generational garissa edison. This billion at valley excel. Okay pupukea minutes to go and look at the better. They must get the get the an supermarine quattro number you. Why do you enjoy. But i mean this sort but in the other fun base get the as the hello. John denver postal regionality regina postal s. Suddenly the little lost incredible start studying their push system which is better. that'd be much. Bmi scattered look. I should put them without order bundles. Those steel yes or no nobody editor for the first year for these people. E africa goes is the nobel horizontal but nobody is well below. Yesterday's fratello guys get thousands and does a whole value in batticaloa bego no case bryant it one of the an image seeing no quota. Lemon w who gets. You would've said jenkins you sorta look at the thousands you know. Yeah marching plan. La la will apply pay host beautifully. Las steel hours. They're not that. I believe is one of the the monica some money you get us both the super jeweler barrel yasumo or he wants to get on base oil neurosurgeon of me ec. Endo mario nobody said it said of the methodist local throughout esther. Mario not the six. Nope i assume it's gonna show military them as well as the process possess news. Dando mom knows. I'll masking still in fear either. Just coming up at ala deal got up. Let's hokuto radio are the. I knew that was doing the fingernails balaklava. Yes that stan bigamoy. So they don't know didn't the issue here you are actually does not know it's telugu stan. No this isn't coping under logo. Hydros now but i said that a whole messy necessarily okay game to go whole logic no shit show nursing ause i i up. We're talking. i don't know me that happen. Great take more phone bhutto million own skin guests can say one dollars. Elder musso mabasa. Yeah they might as they still having impo for cadets idle monday don't see below the delicacies study exposure not explicitly. Veronica moscone karma doc. It's got the control of cannot yoga. Wanted here but he got out of the why lows yesterday. But it's not going to see one of the sika animals abundant this of course earlier. St mario is they studied. Mario not Breath you is. That is your twitter. Komala nature chassis through legal. But again you not. Outta mario's being data august halos coordinates focus on the legal mustache when our roadmap mutual which do not want to community negotiate mascot talk about going gonna nearly simplistic run out but Give you the last thing he walks in your wallet. But it's gonna see this inc wanted. I don't think i wouldn't did the dynamic bonus because new mga dollars commander gig on. Twa do that. Pocock gabby thirty one hundred wounded during abode inter. Paedophilia travelogue in buy. Yes we still want us on other mother. They'll set at the end of the ninety s books one. A don't don't buy automobile wound up inside books. auto one hit an ice. Get real violent. She gets one well bit of no foreign northwest. Enormous roma astro memo's component practical meters per game. Pass no smarter compression. Mccann maria neither just to get us. Get us up. Maximal to leonardo out. Brad lacking have to the little horses. Dc most best beta is still baena tag on thunderbolt. Logan get a better pillow by the numbers la coach. I you know some in the perfect on number two number one. you're able. There must continue in cuba cuba. One achey it keeps. His job is gonna burn sola il dirani. There's no give his pushing the limits Out now we still do it. Allowed us come on the xbox one one both one books cds of books one x cd has city sadia. Did they say. You're you're latino jared hero. Fatal melted into controllers to deliver that to us or can no wnba chess able. It does not okay. Mandanas tuning when other idaho. By today we have obama always do menachem sabotage Bossy domino quayle does nazi. Get look and feel sandra parrish. Y'all see the me that's upscale cooler by the open borders lovely cinco in game getting where they just about or amazon federal. Oughta ain't one ticket career. How i read those in uganda. Either but again i what. Give us a cutlass. Yo see goes. I think we'll see us. So below eighty gupta's yoga thinking can under boy. They're going to blow a again. Listen rise in the charlotte. Who does what. It looks like amazon. Do maybe i'll think if i'm universal ya so it's a little omi eat because citgo sta but asked had to be here that not only wanna say. Why don't you get a to get a bunch of them. Ammonia process the windows. Because beethoven mcginnis until like no a staff retail nobody. I'm actually the w. chicago bradley. Montrose e. l. madge morale it. How it'll do. The women are going to be out of the mold of cities though second that will shed morality quattro university limited sat. Let okay guys. But i'm up of a senator stadium. It's not going to be. There's gonna they're they're. They're similar a little bit here. Gate comparative lewinsky's guinea. And i on monday about city window scanty in fingal noel. Gay will c. ice pacific bagel managua. The whether normal could do i. Many isn't they would not diabetics guada- i will think oh participating whether letting to into kabala agenda clothing the skin this is this is in palo alto actually coffee shop. Afc dot on the lows. the seattle. i'm you. She went to the look at the but nobody look some big dipoto spouse. Corey said no shots. You must have come together. In a gallup negative the i want wonder star in dollars punishing borstal. Scenery will see sean. And we all push a mccaren. See task sta ms renovate restore those implant says not says central sentosa dente. Sit in the lettuce. Gentile rose is i'll gambia. So minnesota people interest bush correct audience shooters almost give and they were just by mass shop to schools can winnie the nobody game by god is only output to no modesto expedient musket danika mahathir to joe nuxhall joel hamburg either but if it on the muskets adults which though that down that i'm still on they got professor mentally the worst. I literally my controller on in those waters. Waivers komo memo's author natural gas but if you're analyst begun woman don't is he gonna journalism as well as i said the ambush powers fuzzy mucci which is not get nope. Nope nope nope leader. That by controversy has gonna me are they gonna know i but i'm asking thick and komo from what they were going to do is if we have a bit of each other non-american prelacy his roussy whiskey w that area. I want to set up late because of showed me that just incumbent. If you're not gonna sit on the push off you're not going to do when i gotta. Data data is two thirds of course inevitable if the studio. That's pranab late evening over nazi relief wound. Is they thought they will. They will stay mass ambitious woman. Guess caffeine get into collage cracking. Think what does the are. The mass in the was mckay. Why do you come see those think they think go can been no but what what what are the nameless nokia. Help yati chill degree. The you loose pillow goes yeti took say you know what the who get. Who was obvious they should. I love books getting on. The sony. says la. Hoya in meagerness guy with your machiavellian. But i don't believe colorado in two hundred wound up in bethesda ballot anything get within an inch of a shooter ballot. But if not. Bss yesterday the to the umbrella. You don't get dana them little. But when it defied the elbow gulag bali forget this newcomers as solo. Maybe camilo followed by mccall felicia. There's no plaka l. And tennis shoes controversy got most outta do they give us tell el meal. The gelman dom also say but by annual when the endo basis beat us go beth's switch will plaque on it but if this other beto in order that thought about komo. Newcomer openly are a lot rumpus coma. Phone is the under little marcy pay. P he just give did no the practice hallowed or into your new book. Ito louisville pushy more sale because as they battle royal the royal democracy. Doesn't that white watson look up into the that look similar miss in inter municipality thirty guess only baby thinking decarava's eugenia rosenthal leader. Speak seven seventy dollars with the former locally. So innocent people know what. Wgn radio poor guler. Mother yeah if you don't wanna get guada- korsakov amodeo likud. It'll get so you may not like a company you this laboratory Nevada to be lack of a newly released nevada valley a domino's do benefit it benefit. Not only professionally a birthday. That i mustn't go. Maybe mona. i've been smith who is another one of those they can compared to laugh. Protester hit gorica casanova. Medical element for maple brown about our our. That means be quiet. Quiet purpose of wisdom simple mobile. Why at they want to on the mechanism. So it'd be doing yesterday. Undergo a one hundred hundred mega mega ramoche. I'll be dona. A staffer is sooner. Fuqing maria willis battered body la money people interested in the middle of assumed. Paypal army notaro chewier ceiling fuchsia issue number but alligators the middle of the negro blood. The is guinea interesting winter. Must go nova mickelson. We we don't like to wear a mask. do what. What what does it iniguez. sollozzo western. Madonna trust me on this earth given them year. Ottawa immediate loot that. You look cheap normally. the not didn't even rather ineffective mobile shea. Dna pretty milton comparable memorial own gunilla. Wayne open the door at the of knife wrong with it. Sorta in nicaragua. He leads him in. Locating aram is is pretty. I e books domingos. Es step chai look at it here. No but i can dial islamic authority via dealer even resemble throw like he goes. I thought that he can. You know hundred hundred meals officer. The does without minima going. What it w it ought not though when they eight out chapel dot out the might so check our ya. Camilla host i would have is the magic magic middle the middle Somebody attitude by mouth just us see i did. They outlook water. But i mean they've look illegal with astral took maximum in a little bit you. It just doesn't matter yet wondering what will get okay. Restroom loom bogota theater ultra. Bdo does in minute. I beat up enough proficient. Did he tell us out. Agree will equitorial through. Cajun will meet mass gain. He just totally in doubt any. You're talking virginia. You nope willow disorderly the ground. Magnificant internet yoga dolo. Nope nope napoleon a book. No put the quad me. I've already paid this. I paid i paid pedals. Fado linda sicilian beta did anthony hopkins dated him want their beatles. We cannot kamenda's british styled a way but us and less real rust removers. Ldl thin seizing. On was obi benign throw super tuna. Gotta for. I'm out more than more than by at that. I mean we've got to deal vehicle nipples at all global theon momentum. Yes there's kemba. Soul lack lobby calligraphic grotto hundred hours in a woke and allow about e nabi. The yes that'll be you'll notice either. So what the bullish erica. Stop at it on. The last of uinta could bring the speed of the north florida. The military was the memo publisher when the when the week percents in the hussey those and besides what potential they hang out go in rela with their boozers liberated western. Australia's youth through through throwing out through thuringia. Yesterday it noormal unto horse. I made was that out of the cold. Winters got eighty mukti others boomer no getting apple that winter debris if you don't somewhere capital but if you know but i guess step descended from those showcase some this is somewhat us The only two white any malibu manifield has an upper keno solo indictment buddha's yet this audience. Bassa wanna kiss. He can upper mafia that lozada organ. All know almost whatever can you ask. It wouldn't be michael national or number four wife wife wife force wafers bandaged alfano of notable sort of the people. Who are they. Give us a job. Amulet cockatoo even wouldn't go just a comic. Welcome mikhail regrettable hostage by lala lola in milam today. Man you know baffles if you have to ask a bundle. They've mala infamy that. At the moment but i must admit sunday saying the nubia of wolves enough when he was a c. I see and my collaborative with michael moore little. Yeah mutual dark and see e yoga job written into the middle gals logo. I at least danica millionaires. He wasn't the arista brass. Yeah you're on your phone de their mobile interstate. Random yoenis sorta called blood. That is probably the personal canal. John husky your thank you. What the on don. I ain't got that better but marine woman about gonna get the patriots of kunda account. Numbers via list is numerous digital together. With you get the energy asumana two minute. The guy i well go. But the list listening that bush breeder got up we on to get the right half. Caveat has this on this guy's icepack. Rambling radio wailing. Stamkos tomorrow Better lumber the other near will get eskimo not none of this look into phoenix. You go now go you know you. Don't get me contain way. Would be the law for the horses. Got him like was that lunatic get together. The naming by that has gone viral that originally under no don't do pielach visitor elaborate a little witness in behind eto aguirre talking talking pelosi if one mutual it a alexia thick in a body of By stay inclusive still not la rua grew up apollo now she publicly paribas finished. Actually get the bangash gay. It could be recorded. Someone another stimulus plan. You graduate addict bike. You had to pulled up talion that more for your family et. Aw go yours van. He said he doesn't hold back through janos inaugural unredacted he. Could you get to watch that. Always more did i Aca southern colorado's a little gifts. No no the bike it with. Donald invulnerable yummy. We started again going to your what's been did not wish with each other. Anything bishop bath out by seabrook so they know less computer. A lot of outrage. Oh come on wanna miss ornamented. Everything is your mother's about us. Policy makers economic i guess and say i think what an ocho manu's without us either real pappy at least on the white one senior guests jesse jackson hamilton military. Okay in examples. There will be more in a way miller centara timothy. Flynn committed numerous narrow. This cymbidium in credit demonise. Oh w in quincy mass. The that the that the yemen memo buddy persona more than me motola fano shown what else is an ability. He nokia gin precise. But it's not basically middle has a document unlimited numbers of scotland getting up from stuff. Been an ally. We'll in through the mail. Man took kinetic united the to the medical escape charleville mallow even when he get on manono don't know exactly the diminishing premium percent morello but ministerial the muscle of the. She'll get that you might have Could they just be going. Sassy though nydia mellow he got. So low does the breezy. Panhandle the eunice. If eddie godel model. But i've used it gets pretty soon. The lava got both. I my talk which he equity. So he said you olympia. Buddha food bill ghetto. When i wanted to interrupt miniature almantas among us get almost muscle. Button is your little or new mile. Quotable missing dearly. I leave dumoulin on a restored. The cord i cannot get e. We'll talk on a fan lows to combat saturday processing mess. Superfood they show but he said this inner medical dino guitars eight thousand dollars in a new york all guy burden leaving the mal. One ribbit ribbit remodeled. Though he while any choice to know while who look roche sees eva akka-mohesey either liberty medically who went up boy e carmelo personal talking about the gigabyte barrel iraq. Way you with your borders qualified as i. You know it has jessica alba. Bible says this looking. Pretty middle by debbie yes deductible and the in in elementary guinness seniors gannon or no they put aside says he knows all will give me anything type built by gustav a hamdan. You're gonna ask your d'amato rangel wranghult pasta. Galleons rupaul devoid. You've got basic food. Groups news. Talk about i go out. I thought immediately for a little scared west until one. Though when the gene analysis cookie madani known ella. It could be a fifth victim. Glaucoma confesses. You know got one dollars. Two nobody can get without goes on boycotting gail economic ninety eight. Lameta it's not gonna be able you rattle come up to you. Could a while you only one did the visited. I gave me this one by one. If i you know said you bipedal assistant pathetic electoral gwendal chicago by saturday. Pathos hypothesis so miyoko neil. Nobody now for tunisia bitter media it a a to charities it every game is finish your movie and guandong air. Oka- sanitize sure that malone in the mona boy the little blunt the komo moulana look on the oven but wait on the phone. Now the two people who are you. These of the de is not going to your erectile indochina's alabama turnkey my day. A donna i see eastern your like the moral you rally the data's been all logos. Which is that better them choice. Guess you never implement needle capacity. I'm in deep to me that we did we. We also right. Okay you can keep bit. Okamoto's neva guinea gimmick with our that egypt stadium under the use of paranoid seizure. Canola how you know we. Have somebody compensating that you get no sleep also sort of rally but for our in okara me stand in should winters jameis to. I wouldn't even took a military personas. Email that no misses the of the hidden. Yoda embezzled our no. No no you a little bored. I in november ymca younger robertson seattle. You're the start. She no no e al almost our prime minister your mail and you'll see but i don't i don't get it. You know but one of them. We met each with it. But it's not in around this. So you're gonna give positive for la la lowly took out ya think opens. We're not gonna get us. You know his stick. Come percent in the elements concern. They've the landau. Surreal over deepa. It'll fiona foreign female. But let's not conditions will give you an interest european illustrate ashtray april government. Almost you'll necessity okay. Nice yellow site. this is somebody i can. Even jacob landau in st. you'll be the studio. Where does all usa says a healthy. No more these things that would get a winter elemental to e commerce number. Blando said dollars or a michael demise by what gave birth which dr mika blessed book. Eat them. map professional. This up on the wrong campbell's let but you said understand that a little bit those those will make double math okay and vegetables gaga case kissing maple math and noble there me and terrell. Cto on skull bassett by geezers. No hope automobile. L l l c. Anthony will get the other legal. I'll be in the east to be still get unisom. Oklahoma zona maduna win out. Going on those eve mukasey. Bronco can open away. Manama don beddoe. Moldovan gordo portales. Maybe maybe not. That's why he gets the consol montalvo. Yes i appreciate it when he toilet getting your game. Delo charleena's alabama on the anything know that in a couple of guys. We didn't ask your komo you. You've been bracy but owner. I don't know i would open. That up is elite. y'all are not considered. Sonic look garth. I e bay the banana. Dull enough apotheosis Immorality mitchell the who don't want the us it overpay amir noble. Another aguado why through guada- let me done our scheduled stop l. minimum annual radio against. I planned disaster yet. I'm it unless the lafayette of almost got the direct shake star. Masato bet you just ally solo. You wonder of madonna madonna. The he the book job. And if you're a you're certain email mildew automatic amended so you see. She's just that he up gave sold. But i knew he'll come shoulder is there's the but the komo news hour and i realized how much they completed homemade done. It gave me a lot. But i wanna know she got a story. I we're going to as you get to get somebody at minimum had the temporalscanner. I'll tell you what the semantic order process you weed out. Nobody does that. Allow you know if any of them ariba soda nova you talk with avian. Amy megrinsk colored data. it's w. tower. You know of course us in the middle that only twitter gay content is capable. Think be and yet the united states that grow nica establish on though. Y'all phoenix skipworth. Rufino those are taught. Okay thing on the app although the new york ac- another that other guests. If i look just gimme me. Now is economic maybe automated matola. Ems laura customer together domico bloodborne. Yoga does not see. I must not have you have. You can go one and now see the way. But i mean steps to the data under video house in lebanon. Stolen bet says she's not based on that e new york Mini greasy sister. The multitalented i may is not one sally this through either the nothing that would need a the other without electricity. Thomas get probably say they don't get it. I love you fantastic. Oh i mean once. Again john mccall. I don't bogus bego. Dr can we got us. The who strategy poker it is paddock. We stay out because why tito ital- later endowed kick him. Which of course i know. I'm not style co pico. For a little bit in your. Ira started amir filed respite. And what's the talking on. The i want to see if you beat the radio. A new law review of what's boise bitty started the process. They study somebody he said he. Louis lyndale or get advocate maintain daego see the sore throats. E is your data who the pakistan we with maecenas. Not this deeper theon liga. Though there's restoring he broke up over a million school system may let alone. the math. Made welland jordan's corn cake. And he this yes. That's in your radio momentum order or get that last anita they'll come out there ya not your wife almost any melito just political spin like a not notre study is has mr mid nipple is three indoor see no force it show that i said you're not gonna american gazette roebuck saito as you can take me. It has intermediate is out of the ice out of the most. No rather you told us. National liberia represents you to go cook game. The minute media memorial say middle market savage w moore missile vows when i compressed but he showed us in. Okay set up. Kobe of our trocadero bienvenidos komo medal-winning listen to switch. Because may the on normal in mbatha stay a san planning leonard at the enemy streets. Nothing just the one eight so high bunko for still emir. With how much cheaper food will. I think i can take the money. I mean the gotta make on those miserable. I gotta is located. look now. they're looking to the former policy. Especially if i could go. Tomato mental is toys that your your your address leopards if it did not game but let me see maybe has a rather he meghan august the economics to your a bit of interest on tv nobles. Nobody you a lady that i'm to buy a hamas reverend comedian but initial pinot much e defense and crystal the continue. Rest which i didn't going to be on your. It's gonna be gone. Elvis calories data difficult decision but if you could get out of pocket maximum qasim off the oh daddy. I thought that i would say no memos which follows a yokoyama lunatic. Walter yovany bali dental the doris and become sonic all six in the ocean. Another michelle vian right. I'm i think. I'm linden personas speaker. Paul la la la la musica. The other she is surprising particular. Caddo jacoby most on communism below request the jersey buckle Go get the a want to progress that no mass that though that and to lose a think he ought to donate one. I'd okay already voted tissue relics with the that commits movie basketball. Hit in one of the annuities. The push an lately lady compensates lamonica. Don't get a book kim type. Based on our politics. I mean november mccone finger. Pete smith lobi chronic lagoda on our storrow free.

mr lanny willows Leonardo mattei nikopolidis Linda landell gaetano Louis joke komo bali abajo Mario santo santo beila Kouassi Kathy cook chabert Oh gosh journal Borge Magnus odin sal pogo alumni Ira malhotra parkinson's disease karalis naurskaya boom william abbott
Greg Waddell Interview

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

1:29:35 hr | 1 year ago

Greg Waddell Interview

"Day Six of streak week on the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast, and coming up is the Greg Waddell interview for up so one sixty one as today officially we have hit the one hundred th day of the quarantine. In case, anyone wants to keep track I personally don't, but there you go. It's episode one sixty, one of the Cincinnati Dayton sports podcast where our special guest Gregg del, the broadcasting voice of the Miami. Hockey team, and formerly the Public Relations Director, for this Sonetti Gardens were talking plenty of hockey local sports. The redhawks more on episode one sixty one. To the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast with Lee W Maui. This is a weekly podcast covering all sports. And Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio. From Lima to the Ohio, river and Northern Kentucky from Eastern. Indiana to Madison County and all points in between. This is your source of local Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio. Sports visit the Lee WWL DOT com slash podcast defined your favorite podcasting platform music created with the SPLASH APP time for another episode with your host. Lee W Maui. On the phone. Is Greg Watt? Down, Greg? How are you this afternoon? League great to talk with you on I don't know if this. Guess Summer Day, but it's a very mild day in June and I'll take it. No humidity. That's that's great. In this weekend's only must get in the upper seventies, so beautiful weather awaits us so definitely look. Considering, we've been through the last three months, I will take it. Greg you broadcast for Miami Redhawks hockey, you do a lot of local hockey stuff as well and formerly the Public Relations Director for the Cincinnati Gardens so let's begin. Where are you from? Well I actually I was born in Cincinnati so I'm kind of Cincinnati kid and graduated from Middletown High School a few years ago. We'll we'll leave it at that. Between, though? It will definitely leave it at that in between the my dad had the opportunity to get transferred around with the job that he was working. So at a chance to live in a number of other states from about third grade through eighth grade, it lived in Michigan and Tennessee and Louisiana, and Oklahoma then we made our way back to Ohio, and for the most part been here ever since. And what school did you graduate from? Middletown high school so kind of right in the twenty to thirty days, Middletown MIDIS. That would be. Yep, that's where I'm from. So. When did you decide that you wanted to be in the broadcasting field? Well I. Think for for anybody from Southwest Ohio that wanted to get into broadcasting. There might be one name that probably is responsible for that for me. It was Marty. Brennaman in listening to Cincinnati reds game when I was growing up and. My dream lives. You know getting ready to go to high school. That I was GonNa take job when he was ready to retire little, did I? I would be waiting forty plus years for him. To feed that seat and so pretty much I. Tell You my time has probably come golf taking over that role, but definitely listening to Marty. Brennaman growing up in Cincinnati Reds Games and it also listening to still samp Call Cincinnati bengals games. Those were kind of the two guys that that I. In the local area pretty much paid attention to and admired most. So. When was your first big break? In what job did you have? Yeah. That's a good question because. I mean I kind of look at in my radio career in several different phases, why was still in high school and again I'm I'm old enough now? When when I was in high school, we didn't have campus radio stations like a lot of the schools offer that now to students. So when other than high school there was something that was called junior achievements, and I had found a junior achievement group just by happenstance. That junior achievement was essentially like a business. Type of a club for high school, aged kids and the business that I wanted to get into radio and found a broadcasting. Portion for junior achievement, and it was actually out of the radio station. That's the longest time. In middletown it was. Am Nine ten delete PFP, and in fact, that station is good frequency is still on the air, but they also had an FM station as well. That was at one hundred five point nine FM that was A. Different formats over the years, but at the time it was a mellow rock kind of radio station, but they were let the students once a month. Get on the air for one hour, and I worked hard and was able to. In that one hour window was probably on the air for like five minutes, but once I got that I that I taste of being on the air. I was hooked in new I. wanted to do it, so so for their I actually am high. School decided to go to a broadcasting school. I didn't at first I was going to go to college, so I was looking for the quick easy route, I went broadcasting school in Dayton and From there to graduate and come back and work at WPF the. As nineteen year old, so my my first job in radio was at nineteen years old and nights and WPF e the am station at that time. It became country at one point, but while I when I first started was playing music that was like the stylistic music in the nineteen fifties, not self under about, and they're nineteen year year, old guy, playing frank, Sinatra and Doris, day and and usually I had no business talking about, but. As radio people do they try to make? It sounded formative, and was kind of my first big break working at WPF the nineteen year old. You know one of my previous. Guest I had on my card. Sake got his start at. The middletown station as well. So yeah, they're quite a few alumni that worked in broadcasting. And Dayton made their way through those halls at one point or another and I, it was just such a great opportunity, because it was a family owned station so different than the broadcasting industry of twenty. Twenty back you know in the nineteen eighties. When I was in this, it was a family. Family owned radio station now, but also meant we didn't make very much money. Not like a lot of people a lot of money doing that now, but if a Florida you the opportunity to be able to work, and and and hone what you wanted to try to do, and like I can remember I was you know getting a chance to be DJ and Doing some of these nostalgic music type shows, but we also had some sports They would broadcast. The middletown high. School Football Game I was the board operator for that, but you know every once in a while, they would let me know cracked open the Mike and maybe do some score updates and. Fairly Abon here or there, so. Definitely started there I would put myself my heart socks. In his lane, but One of those alumni yet came out of the Middletown station. and. It's such a shame. It's not the same that middletown station anymore. Used to be back in the day to. Your your your. For a lot of people that have followed broadcasting and the Cincinnati. Dayton area probably know the building that housed the radio station and the transmitter. The antenna everything was right off of central avenue in Middletown kind of between central new and Brill Boulevard kind of bets that area and you could see the antenna for miles. It was almost the backyard middletown high school. There was this old farmhouse that had the studio material everything, and it was just a different a different era of radio, and you're right. You know it it. It is a shame that's gone in fact. John Keys wetter who? The longtime a radio and TV, media writer in Cincinnati the newspaper, and and now he's writing for your dot com. He a few years, and he's actually from Middletown as well. He had gone back to that building, and this is I. Don't know two or three years ago about twenty seventeen and the building way they'll affidavit. Own run down and they were getting ready. I believe to come in and tear the building down there and I saw some pictures and. Can Be hurt a little bit when you you know. You're in a lot of time in that building many many years ago, but Time marches on. Yeah I understand that feeling to. Hair, arena looks like. It might be more down to and you see some of the latest pictures of all the graffiti tornado damage. Year it's somebody posted that I just saw that? A couple of days and I can't remember where I saw all of that but I I saw some of those and it was. It was heartbreaking because we'll talk about coming up here in a little bit, but one of the other. Jobs I've done over. The years was I got a chance to work at Cincinnati Gardens for a long time, and we went to the same thing about four years ago where the building was bought sold and demolished. and seeing the pictures of hair arena ability and I've spent a lot of time in watching a lot of hockey games and. Concerts and other events seeing that sitting the way the news. Just it tears, your heart had. The barely deserves better and I know it's an inanimate object, but. There's so many people who spent a Lotta time with their life in that building. Look at it differently than just a building it somewhere where a lot of people grew up and pay to see things like that. And it wasn't just for hockey. It was for concerts. basketball. was there little bit indoor football soccer was. Held a little bit of everything during its time. Well those buildings I mean the arena or the Cincinnati Gardens where, for a long long ago era, but the civic pride that existed in those buildings. Look what arena met to the Sea of dating for so long long before the debtor ever came along. The everything took place out of payroll Rena. You're right concerts. Circuses of your ice shows I grew right took my my son and my niece back in the late ninety s to see sesame street live. Had those kind of shows. Monster truck shows all those different types of events were are were in those community building. There was so much civic pride that people with those buildings, and then of course through the years they become older and. People become jaded and like all the latest amenities and. They forget but charm simplicity of what those buildings meant because there were built at a time that was so much more simple than than where we're at now with technology, and and all the modern entities that you get an ability now like. I wouldn't necessarily another center or even The heritage bakes announced Cincinnati the Riverfront Coliseum in that category, but arena, Columbus or or even value city arena. Those are the modern kind of Baristas that people are. They expect that kind of. Everything that comes with those kinds of building. They expect those amenities and. The the hair arenas in Cincinnati guard the fortunately, Kinda lost their charm. And, that is a shame. It is all right there with you. I I think a lot of the broadcasting people in this more of a broadcasting podcast I think people that that got chance broadcast that understand the charm of what those little buildings had the electra or Cincinnati Yard, the intimacy of what those buildings providing so certainly wasn't technology. That's for sure now, and you're absolutely spot on. I got to broadcast last four years of hockey, Carina and Allow view from the press row. That was that. was something. I wrote that game as well as a hockey games. Are there as well? You felt like you were part of the action? You were so close. But yet, you always felt safe as well so it wasn't that it was dangerous. It was just it was great. It was a great vantage point. They'll loving love. Absolutely now, let's swing over little more positive side of things. How did you get from point A. TO POINT B. in terms of walking up to the Cincinnati Gardens on the Miami Hockey, jobs. Labs If anybody who is very well if you're listening to what broadcasting podcast they are. Listen to their words from the theme song from W. Cincinnati. Down the dial I I, am. I am that I. I've I'm a somebody that has been so many I can't even count I probably on account how many different radio stations I've worked at over the years, but between both Cincinnati and Dayton I on probably the maturity of the the radio signal. Definitely, the AM radio signals for both of those towns got I my my very first radio job thinking back After WPF e I kind of point to point B. It's definitely not smoke point eighty two point zero with. Every other lettering between about as far apart as you can possibly be. I worked It'll be backing up after the broadcast and school working WPF e I decided that I wanted to go back to college, and so I ended up at Bowling Green State University and they've got a great broadcasting program there, so I ended up graduating from BGSU, and so that was where I probably made my most connections and met so many people, because if similar to the experience on air that I got WPF the Middletown at Bowling Green, there were so many different broadcasting majors that have ended up down in Cincinnati Dayton area that it's. It's crazy if that's one of my roommates might senior year at college stops Salone, who is still on air on seven hundred W W county. This talk show we roommate's bed, PG back. In the late eighties, but Certainly people I don't know if you remember Gill. Herrick used to work at channel seven as a sports anchor for a while. He was at bowling green state by their. D- detmer. Hold on channel twenty two for a while. He does some on air, and he actually ended up in the general manager for a while she'll twenty two. Another Guy Dave Metzger was doing sales at twenty, two and forty five dating. On Air People. Down Cincinnati Couple of guys worked for Gary Burbank back in the days. We're bowling green alone. Lisa Brawn. You know, Lisa she the social media. Let me see. The absolute experts social media with the Cincinnati reds. She was busy while I was there, so a lot of us made our way through bowling green and. Green My first job was actually broadcasting pro hockey team in Michigan decide. Broadcast for a year and a half in Saginaw Michigan for the Signal Hawks were the team. They were a farm team of the Chicago Blackhawks. And there were some great player that went through Saginaw that made it to Chicago. They tell so. That was kind of my first taste, but lots of my first taste of the unstable this the broadcasting industry whether it was. For a team or working for a radio station, and the team folded after a year, and a half I was there, so I came back to to home back to Ohio and southwest Ohio and Middletown and got a job working. I would working actually at a fourteen. Geez. I was on to wing radio for a short time. Again doing on air, DJ, stuff and It was an oldies station. I was going Elvis and the Beatles or Even sixty and but I was fun. The dapper short time and then ended up actually on. Twelve ninety W. H. I l. and I was on on W. H. I ever shoot about five years I was I've been a little bit of everything with Larry Hand Larry was just a great teacher and mentor for me in my really early professional years of working in radio, and he taught me so much I got a chance to be sports update from the weekend. But I would board up for Larry for ud football and basketball games. I would scoreboard updates and the intermissions. FOR CERTAIN! Believable I think it was only for one year you had Got Be the broadcast. Ohio states now Paul Keells was. Working at Cincinnati, but the left Cincinnati came up and for one year. Did you D- football with Larry so I was board? OPPING for them. The only football basketball games and produce talk shows. got a tip. Boss was a big talk show guy for a couple years in Dayton and his. It was I was called the imaginary producer Jesse was always talk to me, but I never on air, so he talked to me and the two way radio that we have from his studio to where I was at in the control room, but you could never hear me so I would. He called me imaginary. Produce so so there's really a lot of jagged edge. Point eight point de stops along the way, but after that Larry Ler hands, and actually after I left to H. I. and Mid Nineties I went down, and it was doing some working part time at Cincinnati radio. Stations Larry called me back up and gave me the opportunity to be the voice of the Dayton bombers for a few years, and this was after lyle speed at gun Dayton bombers and they had just moved from. From here arena to the center, so the very first year that the bombers worth another center I got to call their games and I did that for a couple of years, but then again the the unstable -ness of broadcasting. The teen got sold the the group that owned it when they hired me sold out the new group came in, and of course they clean house, so I went on to my next Gig and that's kind of. The process that kept happening along the way I'd worked for for a year to get pretty comfortable, pretty stable and then. Something out of my control would change a four matching ownership change, and so like the the songs or fee. I was up and down the dial one job. I know Scott Sloan. I listened to his show occasionally. He does a nice job Go ahead, you heard your. SPF Scott Scott. Guy He's he's? Board and he tried to take a satirical look at thing, and he was exactly that way as a roommate i. mean that's the kind of humor that he has these an off the wall kind of guy. Unfortunately when you're on a talk station. The news gets in the way from trying to hear stuff so he he does a pretty nice job of being able to mix, and you know the the humorous way to look at things and nonsensical way of looking at things, and you try to do that as much as you can, but sometimes the news doesn't always allow that to continue. and. Do you. Remember Got Harry on channel seven for many years. I believe so I think he was covering the state's football title game and I think it was the year valley view won their last one and ninety seven may ninety eight, but I do probably did. Yeah he probably did because he and I actually brought. When we were together Bowling Green, we brought several agree football games together, and that was kind of our our introduction to this. The sports play by play. World was we got to be on the campus radio station. The bowling grains doing the. The Boy Greg Games there. There were probably friends and family listening at most. It's not like we were you know. The rating points were going through the roof by any means, but that's how you learn a job and. I wouldn't trade it for the world. It was a great opportunity and. On I actually we traveled I remember we made a trip to doling green was the sacrificial lamb football to play at the University of Arizona and got to travel out to Tucson and broadcast Bowling Green. Out The. University of Arizona football game, killing I on the play by play and color so. Small world when it comes to the radio world with area. Whatever happened the Gill? They question I started touch for awhile. We would see each other in events. You know the sporting events along the way, but I'm. Probably, early mid, two, thousand, two, thousand, five, or so, and lost touch with richer where he'll that the day I know he was, he was flown. I believe up near the Cleveland area, so he worked his way back up that direction I'm not sure if he's still broadcast here. Not The question I. I haven't heard that name and a while. It's like. Yeah good good, good guy and he just. As. You're you're probably learning. You have to be very trained when you're working catching bits, and it'd be able to wear different hats and be able to do a lot of different things and killing I kind of learned are cut our teeth together bowling green, and I went more radio while he. He focused more tedious. I thing. We're doing quite well for himself longest time. Very nice and also Lisa Brawn. You mentioned I. I haven't met her. I know that name, but I couldn't tell you. Where and you said read social media. Yeah I if you follow the reds on on twitter or facebook chances. Are you seen her postings and she just she was. The bowling green the same time I was, and we're not young anymore. We we didn't talk. For for decades now, but she was able to get a lead going and actually working MTV for a while old than they way back. She's from Cincinnati as well and eventually she works. We work together again. with clear channel in Cincinnati. She was doing promotions for a while, and then made her way over to the reds, and has just been phenomenal in growing. She was just so far ahead of the game of what twitter could be for a sports team, and I think if you go back and look through the history of Cincinnati. Reds on twitter so obviously. We're talking to last. Seven eight nine years. She was really at the forefront of being able to do. So Butts and increase the awareness of people not only in our down here southwest Ohio but throughout the country in the world. If you wanted to follow the reds. On twitter and you're getting getting the latest on what's going on with the reds. Lebron had something to do with that. Mary cool very cool. Yeah, now, let's talk about your job with the Cincinnati Gardens. How did you wind up with that job? Well that that kind of came about as my radio days. I I'd been on so many different radio station, and I'll bet if if you and I were to able to look up. All the the am frequent, even though Cincinnati, and Dayton I probably seventy five percent of those frequencies in some capacity or another whether I was working for the station or network. But because our be the nature of broadcasting, and the the way that it was becoming more of a corporate type of an into the versus the the modern pop station that I worked when I was in Middletown and really W. I n.. G. and that was kind of an old farmhouse over on East Asian Road I love working in that studio was just the the old old house. It was converted into a radio station and I got the W. H.. I. O. That was tots broadcasting and then. Cincinnati with clear channel the corporate world. Just it wasn't quite the same. I wasn't enjoying it as much as I thought. That I would when I was younger. Throw in on top of that marriage kids all the stuff that goes with that and I needed something a little bit more stable and in two thousand six. Clear Channel had one of their downsizing situations, and that's Cincinnati Channel had eight radio station at four am. Four FM and I was pretty much had a hand in all four of the AM stations in one way or Doing Sports, broadcasting or sports updates or play by play for high, school football, games or producing talk show whatever was I was on all their stations. They had the downsizing in two thousand six, and it was time about that same time within that. Year window that I was starting to see that kind of same term that was leading me to think in my mind said that I needed to expand out and on the experience that gotten into radio over the twenty plus years. Vodka through all these different radio stations in all the different types of things that I had gone. That, I wanted to get more toward the the PR. The media relations and it worked on the other side would help give the information to the radio station? The TV station Jim. So I heard. Thrill my connections through the way your station I'd also been working. Broadcasting Money Ducks Hockey Games at Cincinnati Gardens and got to know a lot of the people that work there. I got to know John Wall through now. The broadcast or the Washington capitals. play by play for the Stanley. Cup champion with years ago and then also dont. You've had on on your show. Well Don with the PR extraordinaire for the Cincinnati. Mighty ducks got them and Arthur got to peed. Robertson case gambling was the the ownership group and the Management Group of Cincinnati Guards very my time working with the Cincinnati mighty ducks, who played the garden I got to know those people, and after I left radio, two, thousand six, the the mighty ducks had ended their play days. At, the Gardens in two thousand and five, so there was there was no hockey for the professional basis. T Roberts brought me in with the hopes that we could resurrect hockey once again professionally at Cincinnati Guard, and that was the whole that, but the professional hockey marketing Cincinnati would kind of extend out and allow that opportunity, but there was a few year window. You're. Old Enough to know Cincinnati hockey in the early two thousand late nineteen nineties early, two thousand, there got to be A. Would call the ice awards. Tonight cyclones and planning mighty ducks, and in the end they kind of both ended up eating each other cyclones went out of business at the end of the two thousand four season. The mighty ducks made it for one more year, but finished up play the end of the two thousand five season, and then they folded, the cyclones came back the following year and have never left, and the hope was that baby at the cycle came back. The guards would be able to hockey again. It did not happen, but it also gave me the chance the work of the gardens, and to get a chance to public relations and media relations with the events that they had at the gardens, but By that time as we were talked a little bit earlier. With the gardens being very. Antiquated. Where none of the the modern technologies of even something simple video board you know. The the scoreboard wasn't a video board when I first started working there. It was kind of. In was the the final days in Cincinnati got saying in from about two thousand seven to two, thousand, sixteen I was able to work there with the limited events that we had. It was getting harder and harder to to be able to bring event to the gardens. We have monster trucks shows we have. Bull riding and Rodeo events we'd have. Scattered concerts here there for a short time. We had indoor football. We had indoor soccer for a couple of years. We haven't Cincinnati Commandos football team. They're the Cincinnati kings soccer team. When they're the one thing that really did develop out of all that. During my time, there was flat track Roller Derby and this was the thing that was my very first project. In Two Thousand Seven Working Cincinnati Gardens was with the Cincinnati, roaring girls, and my first thought was my God. What have I got myself into? A Roller Derby with these women who every one of them probably could've taken me down and beating senseless. Oh, they were great athletes. They were in great shape, and they were just athletes. That the first few years of the roller, Derby, they were trying to kind of get their identity and there was a lotta camping. Of the Roller Derby was involved with. They had the ultra ego. Names funny nickname something to do maybe with the girls limits personalities so would have an officer their names, but it was fun and we. The Cincinnati roller girls and something that became. Event where we we attracted upwards of five thousand people that come in watch, roller, Derby Cincinnati Gardens and. It was an anomaly for a few years where we were. Annual irregularly putting in they'd had maybe five or six events a year. They will put anywhere from three to five thousand people for a couple of years. Then that's trending downward a little bit and kind of. Fade away. They were the one made. Clients event that was during my tenure yards together seven, thirty, two, thousand sixteen. Th the roller. Girls have the distinction of being the very last paid ticketed events at guards, and I know that subject that. Touch with with a lot of the management folks with Cincinnati Roller Girls. That's something we're very proud of that. They were able to make something that was a very campy alternative type of sport, but Beta work, and they were for a number of years there, so we're still playing they. It was play this year at the Santosh Center and at the Xavier University but. Has Been so many things got in the way of that and their first year at since off center did not happen, but hopefully they'll be able to bounce back next year, and like like every sport you were hoping goes back sooner rather than later. Hopefully it'll be able to kind of resurrect next year after year quarantine break. So, that was kind of in a nutshell. My my nine years at Cincinnati Gardens was an experience that was. For me professionally. I started the most rewarding. Because we were talking about here, Arena Cincinnati Gardens of building at so many people to grew up. The Cincinnati area went to so many events here. And they had everything from your professional hockey. They had NBA basketball up. Until the early nineteen seventies, Cincinnati royals played there The Beatles had a concert there Elvis Presley had concerts there Michael Jackson Jackson five had concerts there, but Donna There's so many great musical acts came through there. You go back into the flipped us. Chubby Checker and Any of the the early early fifties rock bill Haley to comment. They did Y- musical. Show their concerts there. So somebody different events invade your university called since guards home for a number of years and seven look greatest college basketball that took place in Cincinnati happened between. Your muskateers. Cats. Yard across town shootout wounds. You're just A. A wonderful arena, and for me growing up in Cincinnati for both of my life and having gone to many events, they're getting a chance to work fare, and actually in a crazy weird way worth there until the last operating days is something I cherish and it was. It was rewarding. It was heartbreaking to see that the building close to be there to. Help clean it out. The auctioned off everything that was there, but it was still in the building to just the everyday. Out a concession stands and the kitchen area. Just it was. It was rewarding, but it was kind of looking at the same time. Like I said for me professionally, that probably was the most rewarding. Ten plus years or so go to body. That's here again fifteen years. The work and walk around the historic Cincinnati. Guard was by far and away the best of my career. I. Remember the. Commandos Cincinnati ever remember. They won all three championships all three years. I was hoping they'd be back. When I started broadcasting Dayton sharks football, but wasn't meant to be so I knew fortunate. That was that one year window there where I know. The first and the Cincinnati commandos very excited that there was a big team there to try and get that little rivalry going and. Unfortunately. The ownership group wasn't very stable in that level of sports, and because of that And was. Like, you said not meant to be unfortunately. They. They won the three years of their operated. They won the championship each and every year that they were there. The PA for them, it was fun. I remember going to one game and it was against the Marion Blue Racers. That was a lot of fun to be. Part of. The might have been about one hundred degrees inside there. Little Toe steep hit his all right. We had to football, so I forgot all. Been Endure to. The. Kings play I. Think for two years and it was again just the stable that's. These small minor leagues minorly leagues they just. There's not a lot of financial stability with it, and they're operating shoestring budgets and they're operating on. The fact that you got If you're not attracting fan to come to the Games it. It really makes it hard to operate so. I wanted knows what comes short-lived opportunities and and I know hair arena had had some similar. Similar situations with some of the pro hockey team tried during the final years. Yeah, it's it's eerie. How similar the stories of Sarah and the gardens are! Pro incredibly parallel. Survey Garden with open at forty. Nine Caterina Open what fifty five or fifty six I think. Yes. I know here. The had been operating. The tornado hit last year, but I think I'd almost made it. Kinda a little bit more sad than it was an abandoned arena that got hit by a tornado and seeing those pictures even. Right after the tornado, but even now just it's it's depressing. There's no doubt about. Yen. Seeing I forget what it was, but seeing channel two and channel seven. Through hair arena after it closed and just seeing all the damages and the. The Just the debris and everything. I can hear it in your voice. Trust me, I I would through watching the the gardens close and the guard who? Was it stood after we officially closed it. And the the Port Authority of Greater Cincinnati was the group that bought it, and they bought it with the idea that they were going to take it down and and use the land that the building sit on to to build small industrial businesses you know. It was. It was hard to argue progress at that time when we couldn't really keep anything. going. To keep the the guard operating Y- outside of the Cincinnati roller girls. The other event that really was going on there was there was probably a great opportunity for a lot of kids playing hockey Cincinnati was high school hockey. We at high school on Youth, Hockey, game till the gardens, and and so kid, and even today I'll see some both the garden state book page you know kids who will remember know high school age kids who are now graduated from college that we'll say that was the greatest experience that they got the the skate on Cincinnati, guard knifed and employee high school hockey at the garden. Had So, many wonderful events in in memories over its sixty, plus almost some of the years of operating. I can't remember when it was announced. The gardens would close than than the high school hockey teams were wondering what's going to happen X. Luckily North Lyndon sports plus were there so I believe while the teams found a home, but it's. Still Sad you? Know you work with Centerville high school hockey, and the fact that you all the Cincinnati teams that were calling the gardens home at that point either went to to northland where I think Moeller high school wake new and. once they lose. Lasalle I think play there then I. Think Elder and Saint Xavier high school whenever to sports plus and. Indian hill hockey of the didn't winter club. Had A, couple of teams escape there as well so so all the teams able to find homes, but what it did do fortunately whether it just it was too less of of ice in Greater Cincinnati, so I think there's a lot of youth aged kids who maybe nine ten eleven twelve years old. Maybe quit playing hockey because it wasn't convenient, there just wasn't enough ice sign and. That's that's one of the unfortunate parts. You know if you look at the youth hockey. Youth Hockey, but that was most definitely a casualty of the garden closing. It's a shame to and I. I hope one day the cyclones decide building more rinks is something that's beneficial I mean like the the while the chill back, then Columbus and the fuel. They built a couple of fuel tanks in Indianapolis I. Hope There's something like that in the pipeline for Cincinnati I. Don't know if they ever will be but. That's my dream. Yeah. Unfortunately it's certainly no disrespect. The folks at What used to be US and now Heritage Bank. Center ribbons on one everyone call it. The I said that own. That building are not local. They're not Cincinnati and. So the the cycling themselves are are technically not locally owned. The group is out of the Detroit area, and again no disrespect whatsoever I mean it's it's a business, and and they're doing the best they can. It's ever fits you. Who Does the radio? The cyclone bowling green alone by the likes great guy. He He. He goes a fantastic job with with what he has to work with them there and that's like a great job, but unfortunately you know like what you see in Nhl markets like what the Blue Jackets Columbus I. The cyclones hadn't really done. A great job promoted youth hockey. Now they promote the kids coming to watch their hockey, but that's not necessarily related to getting the kids actually on the ice and playing, and and that's what the sport in this part of the country, and it's part of the world needs are Ashley played it because once you to watch a hockey game. There's nothing like it TV and even for meeting broadcasting. Radio doesn't do it justice although you and I tried to do is. Actually being at the game itself whether it's a youth hockey or watching your nine year old kid skating around out there or high school or even. H L like the site closed or car. Talk you at the Miami Redhawks. It's so much better to be at the event itself and the Washington and That's that to me. Is I like you said you would hope that? Somehow or another? The youth hockey can get another cheater to allies built in Cincinnati to help grow the scored a little bit more because. I think the sports. Athletes and Lacrosse one of the sports right now that are starting to suck up a lot of these young athletes, and these kids are going out and playing Lacrosse his essentially hockey on grass and. It's fast paced. It's moving or a lot of action. You score a lot of goals in it, and it's a great sports sports to watch and the similarities of hockey and Lacrosse. If the folk Canada, that's that's. Good known for years and years and years, but in go down here in southwest, Ohio and Sigourney area Kinda just coming. After the forefront, and and if we get some more ranks built for hockey, WE'RE GONNA lose a generation of hockey athletes. That that they have chance to move on to play in a higher level. And it's a shame but again. Here's helping. It's decided upon. Now, let's swing. Now. Definitely, you could not be more right exactly. Now. Let's swing over to the college side of things. How did you wind up with the Red Hawks Team in Miami. Well? That's a similar to the way that. I was able to get in with Dayton bombers all those years ago with my election, wary handed in by the bombers back the daily for a short time. We're actually broadcast on on W.. H. I. O. Twelve Ninety Days I. L and Larry Knew that I have been a hockey guy when I had gone to Bowling Green. What I think. Larry's also Bowling Green Guy Mistaken I. saw what I thought he. I think he is and I think he's been road testing, U., D. Got More that you d blood anymore. He goes bowling green, but so similar to me. Getting the job, the bombers, the same thing happened with Miami. University this this dates back to when I was working at clear Channel Cincinnati, and and one of the many hats, that I was wearing I got to do the halftime studio host for by any university football games that were. the the Miami Sports Network led by Steve Baker who I know. You've had bake on with you as well. You wonderful do and. Probably. The hardest working guy without a doubt, it's help West Highland in sports broadcasting, so he was doing the football games, and they needed somebody to do the halftime, but people the pre game show and halftime show for Miami football, and they were on a network that was run out of the studios in Cincinnati at clear channel, it was on thirteen sixty homer at the time, and so I was the studio host for the Football Games. During Oh, guys for two or three years. And Win Miami got the chance to expand broadcasting in broadcasting more games on Tireless. They're radio guy from back then and was David. Allen was GONNA. Make some move to to do the teeny broadcast that opened up the void for the radio side because I worked with Steve, day doing the the broadcasting of the studio host football Keanu I had a hockey background, so he calls it. Hey, you be interested. I'm sure why that'd be a Lotta Fun. At that time for me, this was back in two thousand and six. Vet They'd kind of. It's kind of ironic because would break, asked me to do that. I started the two thousand six two thousand seven season doing Miami, hockey. I did the hockey for about a month, and then I got laid off from clear Channel Cincinnati, and so that that opened up the opportunity to continue doing the hockey game like it free up my schedule, so I wasn't going to be missing shifts or working at clear channel Cincinnati and that opened up the opportunity and also work in Cincinnati Garden so I. I kind of was able to thankfully Pete. Robinson, at the garden combined my full time job at Cincinnati Gardens with doing Miami Hockey, and when I started doing my only hockey in two thousand and six, I had no idea that I would be doing it as long as I have, and it was just kind of never job to do the time i. Readily this now and I hate that I didn't give it my full attention. Those first couple of years careers at that point to me I'm like okay. College hockey, who who's really following college hockey I had no idea that the fan base. The college hockey had an especially Miami redhawks. Had I also like the Dayton bombers into really weird parallels I I, you know the date bothers was the first year they started broadcasting and another. Or playing in the nutter center, so I was with the bombers, their first year under center Miami had a brand new ice rink on campus that opened and I was the very first year broadcasting Miami hockey and the new building I broadcast some gave along the way when I was a bowling green in the old building, and it had has to do a couple of broadcast here and there along the way, but at the old dog Carina, but it was just timing was absolutely right to open up the do building. I WANNA taking. It seriously probably should have to me. It was it was kind of broadcasting high school football to where it was a very niche audience, and and I prepared in the very best broadcast. I could but. I had no idea the scuttled of what Miami Hockey. Was At that point or certainly in the next five six year war, they will go to become, and it was just an absolute. Luck of timing, it had told to the purchase of the Rico Blasi. Who was the longtime coach now Chris Bury on. Timing is everything and I just happened to be there? As the Miami hockey programs was climbing up and and. How well they were playing in the scope of their success, and I was there at the right time, and within three years they made it to the frozen four, which is the final four college hockey, and made it to the national championship, and so it it be mad, I, two thousand, sixty thousand seven season attune of the. Eight zero nine season when they made it into the National Championship game for me to really realize the magazine of what Miami Hockey was. And I absolutely fell in love with it and. Like. I said for for the Cincinnati Gardens being the most of the warning professional job it like everything I've ever done broadcasting allies for me. Miami Hockey has been the absolute pinnacle of what I've been able to do and. Again there since the beginning of the other six seven season and Hopefully if things work out, and we get back as some kind of sense of normalcy this fall. I'll be back on the Mike cupper. What fifteenth! Year doing Miami University Hockey. You know not many broadcasters. Get the say. They've opened up not one but circum belly. Bombers. It is. Never really. Shoe much about it I just a couple of years ago. Somebody to ask me. How long did doing Miami Hockey? I. was. One that kept track of how many. Games are broadcast or cheese at work. Team I'd worked for, but you know how many different radio stations on or I just. It never dawned on me when I first started to kind of do that. And I wish I would've now, and I tried to go back and recreate what it is, but it only a few years ago, I, started doing that and I realized the kind of the ironic nature of being the first year with with hockey at another center, and also opening up the the new Guy Center in Oxford for the money redhawks, however on it. Now between your whole broadcasting career, and this counts any sports and bombers, red hawks, hockey and everything you saw the gardens who's been some of your favorite games and favorite athletes to see? Well yeah that's That's. When you? Lists and things that we were gonNA talk about that was one thing that really stuck with me and even to this point. It's hard for me to Kinda. Revise 'cause I almost after the break it down to different sports, and for that I've been able to broadcast, but. For A kid, who as I said I grew up listening to Marty, Brennaman and listen to your web game and Red Baseball and A might some for. For Sports report any team. You know there are my absolute favorite. It would be the opportunity that I got that reunited the big red machine, and this would have been I guess it was the twenty fifth anniversary, so this would've been two thousand. And they got everybody back together, and it was right about the time synergy theater. Riverfront Stadium was getting ready to close. They're getting ready to open up great American ballpark and they were going back, reminiscing and bringing these teams back heather so not to cover the events of the reunion of the big red machine, and a pete rose and Johnny Bench and Joe. Borgen concepcion and all those guys are the field stadium centers you feel, and and give me a chance to interview. Joe Borg and my absolute favorite, though and a one that the probably start struck me the most of any broadcast interview that I've done and that. The two up till now would be the chance to interview sparky Anderson and I, just I mean it was just a dream come true because I as a kid growing up watching the bigger machine, and watching the red, and and knowing what Sparky Anderson Being Cincinnati Reds Baseball, that committee was the pinnacle and that there that is my absolute most favored moment. Of getting a chance to interview sparking Anderson, I got to meet Marty Brennan and sit in a booth with Mardi burned, and Joe Nuxhall chance to meet and Papa Joe Nuxhall, many times never got a chance to be fills to him from the Bengals, but I would say over all the people that I've met Cincinnati Sports You know all the different athletes and then going into the locker rooms, covering the athletes a covering with Kim Griffey. Junior came back Cincinnati That was a lot of fun. You'll covering Berry Lark into the locker room. Going to the bengals locker room, and and being part of the mob of people around Chad Johnson blocker when he was making his prediction. On who he was GonNa Torch that weekend. What defensive back you're going to be got to be in that. Bata People Chick Ludwig Longtime big daily guy was in there, and and your chance to meet the sports writers in the broadcasters both date, and that's been a lot on. Know, if I look at hockey level when I worked in Saginaw Michigan several the players that were on that team, then went on to play the national hockey. League in fact, one of the players that were there and I remember. Talking to him many times on long road trips on the bus with Bruce Cassidy. He's now the coach of the Boston Bruins. who were in the Stanley Cup finals a year ago, but He somebody that that I got a chance to meet along the way the coach of the team and Saginaw when I was there. We're GONNA Darryl Sutter crew went on and coached in the National Hockey League and coached with the La Kings. They want Stanley Cup championship just a few years ago with a guy who played at Miami, while I went there scoring the game winning goal Alec Martinez so the Sports. World Bixler a very. As big as the sports world did if you like like? That, that are blog with the athletes and the coaches, because small little community, and you get to know these people. They might not remember me. That I had a chance to work with them, and and be around. So you know Martinez at the guy from Miami University Tommy wingels another guy, that just announced his retirement a couple of days ago from from Professional Hockey League. He's a guy that how a lot of success Sean. corralitos in the NHL now plays for the Boston Bruins. One of the nicest guys I've ever met in the world so so one of those different athletes broadcasters. To too many dimension. As far as events broadcasting the national championship game for hockey, the it was two thousand, nine, and Miami was playing Boston. University had a three to one lead inside the final minute and a half of the game. Blue that lead. Boston. University tied the game and by inside the final twenty or thirty seconds whatever it was. It was we went to overtime loss to game over time. We were omitted away from winning the national championship loss had. That far away in the most painful memory, but also probably the the best memory that I have a broadcasting just because of the magnitude of the event itself for being a championship at that level that was. Absolutely amazing, so there was so much fun. The people get the me. There are so many good people I mean knowing you knowing Don helbig. It's Cincinnati John. Walton the hockey guy I got to meet Steve. Steve Baker and what a great influence! He's been Larry and. That's H I know he's been there. I got Gosh I. Think he's been there since the mid nineteen eighties that H. Here you're talking. Thirty five forty years learn hands has been there and had to change the to meet with him and Paul Kilos, and and even working at w. w. a chance to meet Jim. Scott and it worked at at wing in Dayton I got to meet St Perks when I work at whol. Lamb and some of the broadcasting weather better from yesteryear. For me to narrow, down to anyone i. Is it possible because I've been. Giving that fly on the wall, and all these great places I would never anybody that that made it good, but I was around all these people forever grateful for the opportunities to be in the right place in time all these different phones. I don't know I mean you've worked in a ton of places around Cincinnati Dayton I think that's making a big. I very grateful for your. Trade. You hear somebody like. WHO turned down opportunities to go and Broadcast and Chicago or Los? Angeles or I'd never pursued that. I I was so consistently happy working in my neck of the woods, my hometown whether it was dating doing the different, they've got to do a date or the Cincinnati and and broadcasting the different things for. For the the mighty ducks fan and working at WWL W I think. My dream was always to to. Sort for the. To work at seven, hundred W, W, and I didn't work specifically for the reds, but I work at the flagship station of the reds and got the host sportstalk here narrows fill in host got to fill in occasionally on Xtra. You know on the red, network and rain delays, and so in weird way I was on the red network. You know and never a base day number one of the folks that were on there, but You know I would do I would do different storyline bit pieces. The CINCINNATI BENGALS radio networks. In network work that had fifty stations wellm on different radio stations all over the state of Ohio so I I wouldn't say when I've had the opportunity to deal, and that goes also right down to to the local level in broadcasting high school sports, and I get fortunate enough to be involved with more high school over the last. Eight years seven eight years or so I got the broadcast State Championship Baseball Games for more high school state, championship volleyball matches State Championship, Soccer State Championship Lacrosse from or high school and football. I never got to do. The championship gains because Miami Hockey. Then kind of start up and I didn't get a chance to do it, but I was. Broadcast during some couple of the championship state championship teams for more earlier in the year, so he in meeting those people and the and the coach that was more high school. Junquera bird the football coach and Nassau McGinnis of the Lacrosse coach and Mike Walker the the soccer coach, and getting to know these guys. The sports junkies like you and I are early, and and you chance to to see these guys south where they're at I just as much on doing that as I. Did you know broadcasting the reds, bengals network thing, and then also do the national. Championship game for Miami Hockey so I think if you keep it out perspective and appreciate what you have and not hope. For things that you don't have not attainable not that you shouldn't have dreams, but appreciate what should do have and enjoy it while you're there. I would choose what I've done. It might twenty five years or so broadcasting I wouldn't change. Now you also have a son who's working in the broadcasting field in. When. Did he want to be a broadcaster? And did any of your work kind of rub off on him? That's A. That's a great question and I told him we're GONNA. Bring this up and be. So like it's probably more of a behind the scenes guy he I I'm not sure he'll he'll ever be. On the microphone or during the broadcasting, he is very very good at the production. Side you behind the scenes. Is very good and all this new technology and you and I had a chance to work with rob. Evil and Cincinnati for ESPN media, and that's where I've been involved with Moeller high school, and and he's expanded out that numerous other high schools around the the Greater Cincinnati area, and up towards the Dayton area. And Zach had the opportunity as he's going to. After he graduated from high school and going to school the university, it was a part time dot for him to to help allison the broadcast, so he's there more a behind. The scenes guy Is it. Because of me, I'll I would absolutely say definitely. It was a chance for him to work together on some of these broadcast in together, and and he and my producer for a lot of the high school game that we do, or he was my producer for the the Bowler Soccer State Championship being two years ago, and he was my producer for the Molar Lacrosse championship game four years ago and baseball games with my producer, and so it's been fun to combine that with them. Both he and my daughter Madeleine have been coming to the press box with me. is accurate is just a crazy lunatic hockey fan. And when he was little, he would come to the press box with me. Mighty Ducks Games at gardens so to this day because he grew up watching Cincinnati mighty ducks his favorite NHL. Team is the money that's. The Anaheim ducks now and you know any time they come to Columbus He. They were going to the watch. The ducks play, and so it's kind of funny how? My Passion of my jobs have rubbed off on him and. Been Fortunate enough that the take him on the road trips with me. He went to Detroit with me for the second frozen four that my university hockey was in, we played at Ford Field. In Detroit, the football stadium wouldn't necessarily the greatest hockey menu put that it was certainly an event, but he would dad of it with me by any loss of the national semi final that year, but He went there with me. He traveled in and actually work for Miami, university. Do photography deep with Miami Hockey played at the Loose University of Minnesota. Duluth the travel up there with me. Miami Hockey did outdoor game at soldier field. To the press with me for that game. When we played the outdoor game, you got the football stadium, so he had to travel around with me not to mention countless broadcast of. In Cincinnati or in Oxford, my daughter, battle and I brought her to the press box many many times. She's pretty much grown up with me being the broadcast Ram Hockey and She's the reason that I won't stop doing that because she loves. One of the game's not tired yet, but which he is, you know she always such. The university and that's because she's grown up to one of the Miami University hockey, and so in the press box with me, so that is fabulous. Zach isn't necessarily going to be broadcaster. Per Se the fact that I've been able to incorporate my job. Listen be around that and experience. What may that as a father is the votes rewarding thing? I've been able to to give them to include them on some of the road trips in. Different Games and watching me broadcast the Games. Greg what are some of your favorite things about sports and Southwest Ohio. Oh boy that's have. Talking about it and the patch and that. The people have for high school. Sports High School Football High School basketball. I in this area is absurd and. I've been working with rob able and branching out broadcasting the other sports. You know from Lacrosse and volleyball and soccer and. Girls, softball, and then all these different sports. The passionate people have for high school sports bathroom. They have for the amateur sports general it whether it's a little league. And, you're GonNa have your Arizona's parents that popping up sure everywhere, but watching the passion of the parents and supporters of these teams whether it be high school whether it be college. Against somebody like Larry Hand Adding Gun University of Football Basketball for as long as he has done it. There's a passionate month that and people just love their sport. And then there's right up start you know, and you're meeting your Dan. Horrid who does University of Cincinnati and just absolutely phenomenal and broadcasting UC, football, basketball and UC. Severity bengals and that just watching him juggle in prepared for all of that You Chase Me Marty and Joe and Then after that meeting different broadcasting come through with the region and Tom, Brennan Chris, Welch, and George. Grand emitting those guys. That is the favorites we have. Passionate sports fans, we have major league sports around here and yet we're in a small town environment and go Cincinnati, and Dayton, that has given me that opportunity to be around these people it meet all these wonderful people that to me is probably why I love this this area in why been content to be able to be around this area as long as I have and kind of keep my foot in the water of being able to do all these things, it'd be always people so. For for that being good at the the one reason it I would say the passion of of the sports. that. We have in Cincinnati topless. Now what would you like to see in the future of southwest, Ohio, sports and media. Questions, you know I think technology is kind of taken things in a very different way when I first started and. I can remember you. Might my very first radio job way back in the eighties? Being the the board up for Middletown High, school football games that. And even actually Miami University football as well and then broadcast began. Using the phone coupler. That they would connect the radio station, and I would have to get on the phone and talk to them during the commercial and tell them when the commercial was going to be over and. The technology that has made things. I think a lot easier for people to listen I it is. It is a foreign people, the opportunity like yourself to get into the broadcasting field and. I, am one of those people that. I am so appreciative of the opportunities that I've had and the people that I've met but I wanNA. Pass that on to to the younger broadcasting, the like yourself Nick drunker, who did cyclone games for a number of years in Cincinnati to to ever fished? You to any of the people that I've met students that I've been at Miami University, there's. A young man right now, who just finished up freshman year? He is the son of the the Miami. Equipment manager any guests in this? This young man named Patrick Jephson. He's a lot like I was when I was eighteen nineteen years. The broadcasting a lot like you are like the broker that see that so I try to help him out and put him on the air whenever I can in to give these kids. The opportunity in technology I think has really made that opportunity even more so it, so you're seeing a lot more outlets for being able to broadcast the Games. We're going to be the next run with it or you know the next Dan Hoard or Paul key over Larry Handy because there's a difference between broadcasting a game online in broadcasting a game over the air radio and I kind of torn on how technology has gone without while I like to see the opportunity for people to be able to broadcast these games and I'm happy for the fans themselves had the outlet in the athletes ensured themselves have their games broadcast like rob evil has done espn media done in a professional way you know with with Richard Skinner who was the longtime sits and ninety radio personality. One of the two angry guys he. He's been broadcasting's for instance. All the last years and my son Zach is the producer for Richard Skinner and his football broadcast. You know to have that Internet. Outlets is a good thing. But at the same token I I don't know if that gives the proper outlet for some of these young aspiring broadcasters to catch that break. Because now it's almost watered down a little bit too much the where there's. Anybody and their brother is trying to be a broadcast or You the former high school athlete they're going to get trying to do you do the color or maybe even do the play by play they they find out. Hey, that's not so easy to do you. That's doing play by play for sport. Especially something like hockey that Sir moving or basketball cross you're. Talking about you know the game. You better know the athletes and so. It's kind of a mixed reaction. I want to see as far as you know the the sports. Broadcasting Goes You know I think it's great that we have all these outlets. The these opportunities for these young broadcasting. We get on there I just. Don't want to be a situation where some of these people. Get the wrong I. Did thinks that they're going to be the next Marty Brennaman It goes back to kind of what I was saying before and be appreciative of the opportunity to have in front of you and. Enjoying it giving it your full one hundred percent. Commitment by preparing own were prepared by having too much information when you're getting ready to broadcast game. It's better to have too much, not being able to use some of the information that you have not had enough, and so with some of these very informal means of broadcast over the air. Some satellite they're they're very informal. And so it's a very fine line between giving the opportunity for somebody that wants to be broadcaster or Just anybody that can turn on a microphone eternal the camera and start saying they're gonNA number eight of the field. He's got the ball and he kicks in into the net or not showing any passive motion in it so I. I hope that. Somewhere along the way that those kind of themselves out a little bit but I decide that technology has made that more. Apparent for a lot of people that is overall. That's very very good thing and. Who Does, the very next forty better than could be sitting out there right now, but you know ten year old fan of watching a little baseball game. We're playing it a little league baseball game, but knowing that they're not gonNA. Make it to the major leagues or He'll be the next day in horror that there's a marty fascinated broadcasts the can do a football game of the basketball the same day and or be able to Lacrosse volleyball game or I I've even done. PA, four INDYCAR racing, other Kentucky speedway I had the opportunity to do that and are. Good Pa from today, so you have to be willing to do whatever chance whatever opportunity out there and I know you. Absolutely. Wonderful doing that yields the sap up any opportunity that you get in, and you put your heart into i. hope that there's other young kids that might listen to this that do the same thing prepare over. Prepare the same way. Absolutely I mean I I i. Get your point about the over saturation of opportunities and I have listened to broadcasts words like number eight kicks at number five exited Oh. It's in the back of the net I've listened that and. It's like What what can I say but? I mean ESPN media for me has been a great opportunity. It's giving me a chance broadcast in Cincinnati for Love Tigers Football. I enjoyed that immensely last year. Yeah, the Tigers went. Oh, intend, but I don't care. I got to broadcast. Football, so I was I was happy so hopefully. I get another chance this year. Because you know I'm looking forward to. Hopefully you know we have high school football, but. yeah. That's the big thing. It's A. There's a lot of opportunities that I've had and I appreciate all them and it's it's been one. I mean our idea that that would be probably the easiest way to my career well and the fact that you have that kind of an attitude that is going to benefit the long run, and your your youngest business. Getting started to to be able to make the connection, but you're making too to know the people. That that it gives them to me. That's the best part of of. All My years broadcast are the people that I've met and. I'M GONNA have to sit down and. Figure out exactly how many? Different broadcast I've done I. Figured out a list just over the last few years. Just Miami Hockey over the years I've been there I broadcast over five hundred. Miami Hockey Games. So I think it goes up. By five hundred teens somewhere this year, but but and then I certainly going back and trying to figure out all of the places that I've got to go in the. People that have gotten to me, but the places because mostly Miami hockey. I gotTa go through. Went up to Fairbanks Alaska five different times, I never would have gone to Alaska in my lifetime more than likely gone to Alaska in January and February, when it's thirty zero. Broadcast Hockey but. Just. A wonderful opportunity to travel and I wanted to say you know that that I looked up and can't find a list, but I think I'm getting close to eighty different hockey venues broadcast in in my career between the Saginaw Hawks, the Dayton bombers. Cincinnati Cyclone, the Cincinnati mighty nuts, and then the Miami redhawks in all the different teams that we played again. I think fight again or a broadcast over two hundred different hockey teams, and in almost eighty different menus that includes NHL Rinks and includes a couple of people stadium than so in broadcasting hockey in so yeah never wants imagination, and what I've ever thought that you know. When when I first started that with my dreams, but you know the reality, the realist in you know I. Think I. Make It there, but I probably will never be Mardi gras a chance to travel around and do all the different places. I think I've been to forty to. Fifty states now and a lot of that is because broadcasting, and and getting a chance to travel all over, and so the people that you meet in the places you get to see. If you enjoy what you're doing when you're doing, it's. It it'll be a blast and and don't ever just. Worst that yet you had something that should go enjoy what you have right now and hopefully you know that that dream will continue. You'll get that next step that chance to go to the next level and. That Major League Baseball standing with the NFL football stadium. More you know, the MLS Soccer Stadium you know broadcast the more soccer at math free stadium in Columbus a MLS stadium. It's a bowler baseball, and and a couple of other high school. Baseball Games create American ballpark and and done Ta's Great. American. Bolt ARC and. So. Yeah, it's enjoy you know there's there's so many different things that you could do out there and so been up and you you can have. It blasted Elliott especially with your sports. Sports for free. You kind of touched up on this next question, but for those that are interested in becoming broadcasters. What's the best advice you can share? Yeah I mean I i. just go reiterated again. You know it is most definitely one hundred percent. Take up any opportunity that you can't never think that you're too good. To to do job if you're ask. In and I'm saying you if you're a high school aides. Kidman College Age kids and they ask you to do. It at your dreams are Major League Baseball, but they ask you to do PA. PA FOR A, Little League baseball game, or a literally peewee football or girls, softball or something don't ever say no. I mean take that chance to. To be the very best that you can and learn from it because the people that you meet you, you never know who you're GonNa meet at one of those games and my perfect. Point as I was doing Ta. For the crosstown showdown high school football. Thing that they have done at Cincinnati, just got. Down Tom Verb and Richard Skinner and the to angry guys found gambles. Company runs the Cross. How shutout one of these other jobs? And so he used me to do for High School Football Games. But they were doing these high school football as at different venues around Cincinnati or just so happened, I was doing. For the crosstown showdown, ironically for the Middletown, many's versus the more Crusaders. And while I doing that game, there is a guy named Rob Evil was getting ready to broadcast the more football game against Middletown Jeff's lobby evil. Broadcast Bowler Football Games and. I was a setting up before the game he was, and we got to talking and is like. Hey. He recognized me from having to work at seven hundred and fifteen thirty. Fifty D- ESPN, fifteen thirty thirty homer, and whatever other they use, he he me from that, so we got to talking and he's like. Hey, if you ever want to digital broadcasting for me, I'd love to have you. I'm like yeah, sure why not and that got me into to working with the media and from that? I got the broadcat look for us at soccer and volleyball things that I never had this similar basketball. Basketball Games when the conflict Miami. Hockey eats. You, never know who you're gonNA, meet when you're doing. One of these events there could be. The father of one of the kids that are playing. Could be a major league baseball player could be somebody that works at a radio station and you happen to be doing so there's little league game. Do what your absolute best give. The the athletes deserve your respect for for doing it and and a big league kind of a way, even though it's not the big leagues. And because of that, you never know who you might meet. There could be a mother or father of one of the kids, or it could be somebody that works at the facility that you happen to be at the noted somebody and. The one thing that I found broadcasting and come back to the several times as the people that you meet I met so many good people I have met far and away. Ninety nine percent of the people that I've met in broadcasting are great. People entered. There's always gonna be that one bad apple somewhere along the way, but the people that you need, and you just never know where that next person going to be that next. person. Who could give you your big break? So do the very best that you can do, and whatever a better deal is. Don't ever say no, it's you might not get Tempe volunteer your time sometime. They might tell Ya hotdog and a drink. If you love sports, going and you never know what can happen you. You might be the next morning burner than you might be the next. You know George Grand or Dan Horter, whoever glaring handy. Steve Baker just never know. You mentioned Tom Gamble he also helps run the red schools, futures showcase, and they have some baseball games of Rights Day and I. got to PA those for. Oh I start I spent a few seasons, but I always enjoy that especially Wayne. It's up right state just because I get to pa all those and it's a lot of fun he does. He does great work. He doesn't wonderful where a and he's. What he's doing is for the athletes themselves. And obviously the the parents get piggy back off at the watch their kids, but they're getting a chance to. You know in in some cases. Play in college on cards facility where there might be college coats watching you. and. His his mindset, it was to give these kids a big league type of experience. You know a a very. Large than life experience if they're playing on your home school football field when you get to go to play at different stadium, more or played at Yankee Stadium in Oxford or or welcome stadium more even sometimes played at Paul Brown stadium. Cincinnati. Play on the or great American Ball P- you get a chance to play and yeah like you I've done the baseball pitcher Tom Gabel as well. That was where I did the. American ballpark the High School Baseball, and so you're top, gambled another one of these guys that you never know where he's going to be in your upcoming broadcast wants to to do some things. Causing great guy, though out of all this because he's got a lot of a lot of events, although unfortunately could nineteen. Into the baseball high school baseball season this year. We didn't need to do the base this year. I hear talk. I'm not sure what's happening with football and guessing that that is. Right now, Birkdale on Definitely a pile of sand. Did is not going to be anything that a building stone. That's for sure right now I I mean that. I missed him the baseball game because this year's Miami's was supposed to battle spring borough and I think beaver creek. Add Do, they have kettering Fairmont. I think but yeah. I always miss those and I need to. Send me, emails say hi, but that's. That's neither here nor there. You're listening to this and you can say hi on the air. Hello Tom I'm going to send you say on. Chief. He loves to be called she or Ralph up soon. Yeah! His. Is that actually love it? Are He hates us like Oh. He offers what he calls everybody, but he knows so many people that sometimes he forgets who he's talking to you, or if he remembers their names so. At the probably still a secret, he'd never told me that the reason why but. Your cheaper, Ralph or friend or some other goofy name. It is a term of endearment. If I'll be able 'cause cheap. Put it that way. There's worse names are worse names their. One hundred percent I definitely a lot worse than you can be. There's no doubt about that. How can people follow your work and you on social media? I. I guess I'm one of the Oh Jeez I. think that's what she called me now. I, do have twitter. I, I do have twitter I look it up. I think it is at G.. Underscore W. A. D. D. G.. thinking. Think that. I'm not overly active on. I'll re tweets and things here there that I find interesting sports live I. It's I. I think I'm just wrong. Generation did to US myself in the marketing way. That's what it set up to do. And even though my my buddy Lisa brawn wonderful at that and we're you know we come out a bowling green at the same time. She's way more indepth at that than Ham. I I I've got facebook. That's more geared family stuff I. Don't do a whole lot of. Promoting myself on that as well so social media, why probably not anywhere near what I should be hockey season? I made it a little bit more active I'll. I'll do a Lotta reach meeting with Some of the things going on with Miami University hockey and an occasional I'll even create my own tweet, but. I don't know I i. think what I have to say I'd do it better saying it than than writing it in one of the two hundred and eighty characters. I'm not quite as good back. Greg thank you for your time. It's been a lot of fun talking to you. Yeah. I really appreciate it. You know it's it's. It's been a weird to go back and think of of my career for all these years and the opportunities that I've had and to to go back and there's a lot of things that I've forgotten along the way, too. I mean it's just and talking to you. Just kind of triggered up a whole lot of fun memories of things that I've forgotten. Being a DJ on a smooth jazz, station take. A DJ on an thousand station I was even more out of my element. Trying to do smooth jazz I didn't know anything about that, but. Doing Classic Rock Radio. Commercials you know I've done nunes I've done traffic. I've been a chance riding. Helicopters traffic reports and I've been a little bit of everything and I look back on it. It's it's been a lot of fun and I wish the same for you I hope you get the same opportunities and. If funding in meet those people and get their chances to spread your wings and do a lot of different fun things in broadcasting because I don't necessarily got rich doing it but I absolutely loved every last minute of doing it and people that I've met and another one of those people's. She actually not problem Greg that'll wrap up so one sixty one of the Cincinnati. Dayton sports podcasts with Greg Waddell, and we'll talk to you again for episode one sixty two. Thank you for listening to another episode. The Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast with Lee w Malan. To subscribe to the podcast. Please visit the lead W dot com slash podcast from there. You can choose your favorite platform such as apple podcast Google podcast tune in spotify, the iheartradio, APP and many more interact with the podcast and host on twitter at the Lee w Malan and Syndey pod like facebook page, the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast and download the free flick jet APP then search for the local. Sunday sports group to your future Mallon's mail back questions. The closing theme is lights. Go down by Dan. Hennig provided by the Youtube Music Library Collection. This is Lee w Malan and I hope you enjoyed this week's podcast. Please join me again next week on the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast.

Cincinnati hockey Cincinnati Cincinnati Gardens Dayton Sports football Ohio Bowling Green middletown Larry Hand Larry Miami Cincinnati Roller Girls Cincinnati bengals Miami Redhawks Bombers Arena Cincinnati Gardens of bu National Hockey League Miami Cincinnati kings
Episode 48: Scraptastic

Jeather's Random Stuff

36:21 min | 2 years ago

Episode 48: Scraptastic

"Hey Hey quiet down over there trying to podcast welcome to others random stuff well and welcome everybody that we are at cast for random shit. Yes and we are coming at you from the Great Wolf Lodge yes. We are isn't in central you she goes. Chin trail yeah. I was right the first try. I think you're right. we do have two eight two teenage aged girls in here that are very noisy right now and kind of crazy and weird right now so if anyone one side the facebook live earlier today. I guess this isn't coming out till Friday. If anyone's our facebook live yes from last Friday from Sunday. Oh yeah Sunday Sunday you. My days are all during the bucket. Yeah it was fantastic. We didn't quite get to see the impact because the camera was getting splashed with the water yet. Kobi wasn't aware of that. Our phone is waterproof I didn't I know that my child told me without later yes. She did try to do it again but I vetoed. I know I thought you might want for the sake of our listeners. Actually you know they I saw during again. They say you all drenched in what I was drenched before. The damn bucket came down yeah. It's a wet place in there is very is what is it Zehr. What is it say drenched shown or flood zone. What the hell only I think so something floods O or drench I dunno gets splash zone. Is it splash zone. It might be a splash zone yeah but anyways there's a lot of water coming out from every nook and cranny in that place. My favorite part were the people laying on the ground and I probably had a five year old standing next meal excited about getting that because I had the Primo spot. Who Did you know you. Did you ever sitting there right right there yup. I made sure you it sure that you were going to get completely soaking wet you did you did it what you said you were going to do so did that. That's awesome those all guys so we've been here at lodge. This is our third day here. Well bless you. Thank you sorry we came for are a scrapbooking retreat. Three days of scrapbooking it was heather's verse one and she did awesome. She was a scrapbooking scrapbooking and natural. I mean not the first day to see what this thing says anyway i. I think that you are a natural roll out the scrapbooking. I appreciate that cut I mean best we get into the class packet of stuff and then and then we get going going on her first project and it is this very intricate but whole book that slides and yeah things are just is going in the popping in every direction to demonstrate our record you demonstrating it. I'm pretty proud of it. It's pretty amazing actually and but that was my first scrapbooking gain thing that wasn't basically put everything out for me and Babysit me and tell me where everything goes. I remember the lady saying okay. She must have talked like like one hundred miles per hour. It wasn't on T- normal teacher that teaches most of it yeah but she's very fast. My favorite was when she's like. Okay is anybody anybody need more time and I'd raise my hand couple of our people raise their hands and then she would say well. Okay don't worry. I'll give the plenty of time playing time. We're talking five seconds later. We were saying okay guys. I'll give you a few more seconds seconds Mike Dude. I only got AH extra seconds. You can't really do anything and a few seconds. No really really really can't just got caught up I did. I caught up. That was the nemesis of the whole weekend that practice a heart. David said that was the hardest project of the whole weekend. Oh It's a dump zone dumps zone Gotcha. That's what I had the fucking stand though there you guys dumb and aiming wanted you know. I wasn't wasn't even getting the full suit of this thing. I had a swimsuit on but I even bother tape that cover up off because there was just no point like I don't care. I was out and by then as soon as she got drenched. She was gone instilling Yup Yup. Come Outta here done at this. Shit Doria Yeah but we've been enjoying all the other things and the growth lodge they have neon glow in the dark mini golf which I got a hole in one on the first hole you dead without cheating then I proceeded to get a hold on one almost every other one. Yeah you did well. which is the one where you laid on the ground and shot at the golf balls like pool balls with the end of Your Golf Club? That was some cool shit right there and I did that for everybody. Suppose as I mean I helped everybody get their balls. In the whole you dead you helped everyone with their balls and we even found an extra one I mean everybody needs an extra ball yeah. Not Everybody has two so. We've been having a good time here. We're aware that Friday last Friday was a store area fifty one the can't stop us all seem alien and we've been kind of watching it closely Rowsley waiting for news about the aliens well. They didn't see any no and retain it was very tame and it seemed Kinda lame actually after all that bill was an alien fest or something was Alien Alien Stock Alien Stock was was what they called it. Yeah it was a small town called Rachel which has about fifty p forty to fifty residents and only one. They say what the business was. The only have one business business in the city limits must be like a restaurant or something I would assume a gas station. Oh maybe last restaurant there you go truck. Stop OP Combo They're very they're right there by area fifty one and so that's where the base was but it was very tame. They said even the founder of this whole thing with that facebook page. That tried to start all didn't go. He bowed out on September ninth yeah because he thought it was is going to be too big and then it was wanted to be responsive. It seems like we've read because there's multiple different statements from by five people going by. CNN about seventy five showed up for the first day but throughout the weekend there was about three thousand people and I think they expected but fifty fifty thousand five thousand seventy five or twenty five thousand five thousand twenty five thousand people's what they thought I mean originally there was millions but it I kept going down on an actual and I got about three thousand yeah. It's very interesting and they didn't really even storman couple. People went up to the fence. so the most exciting thing is is what they said there was like to arrest or three rests but only one actually stayed in there and that was sky for indecent exposure for peon on the gate uh-huh and then the. One Lady tried the army crawl under I'm embellishing on the armor crawled because I just think it sounds cooler but they said she literally was trying to crawl underneath the gate eight. I'm assuming the gates pretty low of its military base yeah so I would assume are crawling sounds people that right there patrolling watching so she was detained but released K how many of those are the main to arrest. I think the rest of it it was just they said one alcohol related and Oh yes yes probably have to go in the drunk tank for that so that was that was it that was the highlight of store Mary if they did have reinforcements yep police but they were a sounds like it was all friendly they were taking fees and with the Alien Fest People. I install people. They thought it was hilarious. They all were dressed up with their little ten hats in their little alien outfits now. Would it be all right if you go to one of those things and dressing up to dress up like star trek or star wars because the maybe not me you'd have to dress up as alien like Chewbacca or something you could. I don't see why not or like spock. I wonder if this thing is Magana. Come like an annual event sounds like the townspeople didn't make a lot of money off of it but it could be something cool. Maybe the town would grow past. It's you know fifty residents and they could have like you know more people and it could be like a thing. It could be like a thing so let's see we've done. The girls have done some cool stuff. I mean the waterpark seemed here is pretty cool looking. It's all it's like the water. If you like water parks how they're just not no it's completely endorse very warm and they're almost it is a little too warm. I I think I had a hard time cooling off after that. I actually took a cold shower outage up here yeah. It's almost just to warm but when you I gonNa Kinda feels good. The only bad part is at their hot. TUB is out of order the weekend that were here. It's actually going to be working again. An open the day we'd leave the day after we leave so that dot com sacks yeah so no hot tub for us no but the waterpark arcus pretty cool I went down a whole bunch of slides with Megan's friend WHO's here with us also and so that was really fun. I wouldn't did yeah so so here. At the Great Lodge you can get a magic wand. That actually does things yes and you have a magic quests and these things that you have to do with your one and so it's pretty fun it was it was really fun to walk around and have things light up. Nothing blew up unfortunately fortunately nope. I was Kinda hoping to do my was Aubrac. d'abre Abracadabra. No that's the killing her so I was just saying from. Oh opera I uh-huh d'abre yes from Harry Potter. You wanted to kill somebody the other couple. It's not going to lie going to live. I'll probably not I probably would have just done with stupefy because there yeah that would work. Let's a stunning spell. I probably wouldn't do the opera yeah just a stupefy because we are a place with an indoor waterpark one quest us and arcade endure neon mini golf in probably about one million kids. There's a million children here and they just run up and down the hallways as even though we're on the eighth floor and there's nothing from do up here but why the fuck are they up here. The quest seen thing they do is on floors one through five eight but they're running around screaming like all day every day. It's all like and you would think in a hotel all that is designed for a billion zillion for little kids. Yeah they would make the walls not paper thin right and they do charge you so much money for these rooms. Do It's not cheap to stay here. I oh here's a great thing we ordered this winedown service for one thing the winedown service. Have you ever done that. Where you go to the restaurant you see this amazing picture of this item. You're GONNA eat because it looked so fucking looking delicious. It looks like the best thing that we're going to have your mouth. Yeah you order it. It comes and you actually asked the waitress. No no no. I wanted the pitcher and she goes Oh. That's what you got. Ill look anything like the pitcher. No you're highly disappointed. You wish you would have gone with your staple of chicken fingers and fries well. Something similar happened to us. You have really dead after a whole day of scrapbooking like literally all all day like twelve hours of scrapbooking we saw the wine and down service which meant they would bring you wine and awesome snacks up to your room. They would deliver it. It looked amazing. Tended picture was so good. It looked so delicious God. There was three the things we were supposed to get Kobe. I know and I can't remember we only got two things yeah so we ordered the wind down service and they ask you what kind of wine you want right and stuff and what time you want it delivered to your room you. It makes sense so we said between nine and nine thirty meaning. It's all supposed to come until nine or nine nine thirty yeah in between those those times that you said that you wanted to hear so. We've finished our scrapbooking. We make sure we get back to our room. It just a little bit before nine. Oh yes miss it so the girls are up here in the room by the way they're sixteen of them. Mr Sixteen and we get here and they say oh. They delivered some wine for you. I and we said well well. What do you mean they already brought it up yet. I said and they laughed a bottle of wine with two sixteen year old girls without asking if there was someone the room that was of legal age to here's the kicker to it's a twist cap. It's not even a core that they would have to figure out how to open is is in a picture. It's a cheap ass bottle wine. Yep The strawberries. We'd we got was chocolate covered strawberries. Yes when I was like almost it was not good. Mine is decent. They brought us to plastic wine glasses. You guys hear that shit the Plastic Paula. We're talking talking plastic. You guys from the dollar store plus like when you go to the cheap wedding. Actually I think I had plastic at my good for some stuff not four good wine in the picture nice glasses nice bind glass and it shows me and cheese and all of this awesome spread yeah and we got we got gross strawberries cheap wine and plastic glasses. ASSEZ didn't even put the strawberries plotter they were on a plastic bladder that I can literally smashed with some Saran wrap over it. That's exactly what it is. It's probably all molded to in there in the fridge because it's probably storage uses soaked right through that shit properly. It's probably all sticky on everything in there. It was just like not now is going to be not we paid for totally disappointing and luckily we have responsible girls yeah because they could have just drank wine well and I went and talked to the front desk about and they really didn't ship no. I don't think we're really endorsing the Great Wolf Lodge well right now. We're not not not for that. The wind service sucked the food hasn't been that Greek food is a little spending. They have to well. It's extremely expensive to main restaurants and they have some other kind of take out type places but we've eaten in both of the main restaurants and it was. It's not like the grossest food I've ever had in my life. It's mediocre at best but it's not worth I mean honestly for two people forty five dollars yeah for that much. It's not a good meal and it's just mediocre yeah like I enjoyed the McDonald's tonight. Better you help. We've got McDonald's. We got got chicken nuggets and I gotta say they were super. Were coping. I learned something them after a whole day of scrapbooking. We don't need twenty peace now good each. We don't even eat more than six now goods each. We don't need both a large fry. We don't even eat a large fry together. We thought we are starring starring so he bought a ton of Frickin like with so many chicken nuggets in here but wage it could not eat them. There was it was too many. It's and the guy at the all my God the Guy Guy at the time people go through drive through an order eighty nuggets so we went through the drive thru because there's four of us I said I walked four four twenty peace nuggets and four large fries right Yup. Get up to the window and it's young kid kid and he says hey are you. The one that has the eighty nuggets and I'm like dude seriously. You don't have to stay like that. I said we're not gonNA eat all eighty nuggets. I mean we're taking it back for other people and he's like. Oh Okay Yeah. I don't think you believe believe he thought we were going to Gore. Those eighty nuggets. He did we could have played Chubby Bunny Chubby like with nuggets instead of marshmallows what we have enough of those. You've never played Chubby bunny. No what does that hey. Hey It's you put a marshmallow in your mouth. You say Chubby money. You can't swallow the marshmallow okay and then you put another marshmallow email. You say Chubby Bunny. You keep stuffing. marshmallows smells in your mouth until you can never get until you cannot say. Chubby bunny autovely meaning people have to understand you saying Chubby bunny to me. That seems like dangerous like you could choke yes. There's a chance of that. I have never seen it. Most of the people just ended up. You know gagging out all all the marshmallows onto a table. Usually we try to get a garbage campus. That's why I'm sane could have seen how many nuggets we could put in her mouth and said chicken nugget. We should we which has said crispy chicken crispy chicken and stuff those nuggets in there. You know what the nights young we could still do that Vega. How many nuggets are left you. WanNa play you WANNA play crispy chicken. No she doesn't want to do it. They didn't and we'll make do it. You play that up for her. Okay so we can get that going. Okay don't fall over sweetheart. Wait wait wait. Did you drink the wine the wine still on the Fridge Megan obviously but I can't tip it Megan Amano podcast. Yeah Oh sorry she's also means ZIP it. She's talking and sign language and we don't know what she's doing. best show though I could say a oh I can say no shut up. That looks like a duck duck. Quack quack doesn't that that. Yeah Oh are unique. I teach mom how to say listen. Listen Monday highly going to figure it out. We all to spell wallet. I can spell it okay anyhow we had our nuggets and they're delicious. Did they really were I had buffalo sauce with mine and ranch and Buffalo Flown Ranch together on the chicken nuggets so good shocking. I had barbecue. Yes shockingly had barbecue sauce the sauce I do in life or Barbecue Teriyaki yeah. I don't even like Ketchup. I like I like catch up on age police Burger. If I don't have Salsa Okay Well Black Bean Burger. We're we're talking veggie. Burger and love the bark. The buffalo sauce the taste of it. Sometimes it's too spicy but still like to eat it good but then my mouth on fire fire fire so good though but it's just you know it's one of those things I know. There's some good spice all right so then we had our chicken nuggets and then what do we do after that. Oh we did the golfing. Oh Yeah that was fun right to go in the photo booth but it wouldn't take credit card. You know I was really curious. How we're actually make that photo booth work for basically four adult. We told really could have done it we probably could. I think we could have worked it out. We have three dollars but I think you're going. I don't think you have that five. Did you yeah it was five dollars a lot of money for crappy pitcher. I know right but we don't have five dollars so so no American and get a picture. Let's see and then we tried to help the girls quest but we weren't very good at that so we went shopping. We just went to the gift store bought stuff. Yes yeah yes. I still have to get a surprise for thorough. That's right thouron surprise so oh last week we had. I think I shared with everybody on Friday that I was adopting a new family member. Did she's home. She was on our loss last podcast. Oh that's right. was there helping with she's done. She's so good yeah. I'm so love with my new dog. Oh that's right cutie PA- Tutti she really is she's a sweet girl and she'll come down about two years. Yeah yeah take about that long so my husband's home with all the animals yeah. Oh Hey may. Can you grab that. Oh Super Awesome that could you answer if our view please thank you. That's awesome. Should I pause. Yes okay all right pause. Hold on. We're GONNA. We're GONNA take us just a second there. We go just took it off pause. That's perfect perfect perfect. I don't usually hit pause anyways at a phone call. I had to take yup so we just something. I'd take care of later but for right now. We're all about you guys. It's all about you guys. All ten of you of you. Listeners actually Sheila's not listening she she she will buy Friday. Okay for sure yeah. That's true so what else is there to do here. There's a Bill Maher here there is they have their own build bear with and and they're crazy little squirrels and now I kind of wanted onto the squirrels but I really just don't need another Steph Danell. That's my my only issue yeah yeah and now I have four dogs that will eat this stuff deals. Oh that's true 'cause they think twice because almost everything in the house also the cats the cats convey. Those aren't toys well. Some of them could be choice. Oh I highly I mean they try to be. I'm sure the dogs have tried for them to be toys but they have rejected that yeah. The cats do not want to be play. Play things for the dogs. No I think it's actually vice versa because sometimes I put. The leash is on the dogs. Oh yeah drag him around the House and the cats play with awesome. Yeah that's nice. They've done that at my house too. It's really nice for the kittens. Oh I know they love. That Petrom really hates it. Sometimes I think turn hates coming to my house because the cats are not nice to him but you should see how excited as before we go now. I mean we're talking. It's usually he does. He's three sixty circles yeah and as cute little excited Barky thing all the way to the door usually it's from the kitchen because I grabs caller as leash and he knows knows it's game time at that point that it gets to go drop it in my purse and then you'd literally doing donuts from my kitchen all the way front door all with this little happy tainted then he's so happy it gets the car so excited all baby and then he gets there the cat's food they come up and act like they want to smell his nose and play nice and they whack him in the face. Oh yeah they do. They do healing rank. I contact with him he he won't he won't look at him on purpose unless unless they're tricking him into thinking they're going to touch said they smack him in the face. All my dogs are trained in the etiquette of cat greeting. They understand you have to touch the nose and then smell the boat how this works. If only humans are just that easy off. I don't WanNa touch on humans can you imagine didn't touching. Someone's knows there are so many snotty disgusting bat in the Cave noses. What did you call a bat in the cave. That's what you call a bigger. Oh it looks like Bat. He needed from a cave not heard that before it will make sense. Oh my God so what kind of stuff from you tonight. I know if I ever tell you he kkob you got about in the Cape. Okay okay. I remember that. Take me a minute but I remember yes. You'll remember now so next weekend. Heather and I will be doing doing our great pumpkin run. Oh yeah which we have done. This is the third year. What else are we doing starting Tuesday yeah so no more chicken nuggets for us for a week gets I know last time. We said that we would go Vegan for a week and so on Tuesday. We're going to start that week. Yes of Vegan ISM and so we've been talking a little. Eh what that's going to look like yeah no chicken nuggets and lots of other stuff like. Do you like eggs no eggs so. I'm trying to make sure how they're doesn't just live on peanut butter. Guys is probably GonNa have a week because that's a lot of peanut butter. I don't know where go around the well. We'll find something else to eat curve. It's going to be okay so yeah or arrows or Vegan. Megan says oreos or Vegan. I don't think I can eat that still. She can't have the flower. She's basically gluten free Vegan which leaves almost nothing. Nothing and I don't eat meat really at all anyway but I eat at shit on a eggs. I know some chicken yeah. I basically eat poultry products products yeah eggs and chicken yeah so in Turkey. GotTa cut that out for a week and we'll we'll keep a journal of everything we eat eight. Mine's easy so you have to put you still I want you to John. Sandra found write it down so that you understand how much pinup butter or eating I already know. It's going to be about six tablespoons a day. I got yeah 'cause that's two tablespoons per serving every time I do it. That's six tablespoons a day so multiply that by what seven how many calories are in my peanut butter. It's two hundred ten calories in verse two tablespoons now mine's no mine's not mine's one hundred ninety eight. Oh really yeah okay. Why don't buy that stir. Stir ship the stuff without the sugar. Yeah you buy the stuff with the sugar. It doesn't have that much sugar. It's one of the ingredients on it. I can't do it Kobe. I can't okay so we will keep a journal of everything that we eat for a week. I'm GonNa Cheat and do my early just like the scrapbooking shouldn't in and out. I'm GONNA be cooking stuff for you okay. How can I get it. I just go by my house at get okay. I'll just leave it for you or come by. May Work. I'll bring it to do that too so it'll be good and it will not be peanut butter okay. I'm still gonNA eat peanut butter widow. I don't hate it for all the meals one week of veganism great pumpkin run our third year material which we always go out to breakfast afterwards words we use. They have lots of eggs my gravy well. You Have Sasha agree. I always have sausage. I always have sausage and have any yeah that no. I'm thinking I'm GonNa have a Mosa to English. Muffins have any aches and you can have it. It's a bread product but some some breads are made with eggs. You have to check. I will check up. I don't think my English muffin I use at home home. Do Okay. I'll have to check English muffin with Jelly on it and fruit right. That's about it hashbrowns. It's probably GONNA be Hash browns and fruit and we could have pancakes but I can't really eat pancakes. You can have French toast but I can't eat the French toe. Did you say OATMEAL OATMEAL. I probably do OATMEAL. hashbrowns came the fruit k still away a lot of carbs yeah yeah. We're trying to avoid carbs when we're doing the Vegan thing so but we'll we'll figure scared out well. Let's see I mean the next time so this one okay our next podcast. We'll be done with because we're not going to be doing it. The wants to get the Tuesday the second Tuesday done then. We'll be done yeah. It'll be our time. We record again. We'll be done well. That's not very long on this was just a Lotta. Shit the to me in a week. I mean you made me do a bucket. I had to keep up scrapbooking for three days which I did kick ass today did yesterday yesterday. I was a little struggle. Friday was complete hot mess but I got her done. You totally wrestled that to the ground. Yeah I mean I was still getting that thing. Done went the last few seconds of the class today but I called her done. I did win prizes. You did win prizes I want to I said well our table enterprise you want three. Oh price and you've got that other once. You've had three yeah but I did not win. The Grand Prize has disappointed me Kobe. I really wanted it because while I wanted wanted us to win. 'cause we had a good deal on this. I know if one of us one we were still going to split the cost also the second one yeah but we'll be back next year. We'll be back next awesomely in January. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA think about it because we actually have our lodge trip yeah. They have a one day scrapbooking thing again in January but we're not sure if we WANNA WE WANNA go but we don't want to go yeah. That's the thing we have to drive over here again in in January which I'm not pay for another hotel when we're and we're spending five days at the lodge this year so I don't know we'll think about that we will it's going to depend on this cash flow yeah so Christmas guys. I mean said this money. Send US gifts of money. That would be awesome but yeah. That's pretty much our trip here. it's Great Wolf Lodge if you have small children by all means bring them here L. Let them run around around screaming because that's what the other children are doing Joe Nuxhall children. Don't come here no because you'll hate yourself. Yes I mean I work with kids but this has been a struggle has been a real struggle for me and there's just a lot of people Disneyland here but it's not Disneyland Neilan. There's no happy happy I mean. It's a pissed off bubble walking around this place. I even done did angry humming well while I sleep as in her sleep. She didn't even know she's doing issues. Angry are usually happy homes yeah. This is an Ingraham. A change is with my mood and Yup. Oh Oh yeah it's a growl door calls out the growly. That's that's only when he hears most the time for your own all righty well. I hope everybody has a great week and thanks for tuning in and Oh let us know we've already got one requests but if anybody else says any items for a winter bucket list what's our one request that we go and super we got a list from Robin Okay Okay for the winter bucket. LS since the summer ones over so if anybody else has any suggestions we could do a fall slash winter bucket list and just combine them. Do you want we should build a snowman yeah. That's that's going to be on the scene the song while we do it yes and you want to build a snowman and we have to go sledding. Ah I I okay that was leading on a list of the most supposed to do get. We'll find a soft y'all for you. You know a lot of snow on the bottom oddest now powder. It'll be fine do that. you know there's some other things. Don't you want to go skiing now. I really don't Know No. You can sit on the skis as a slide down. It'd be like sledding people that ski run into trees and die so they really don't. I ran into the trees. I feel four five times. I fucking hugged. A tree was like we're talking in a ski pole on each side of this trunk. Yeah I am not going to Sonny. Bono myself some skis so that's a negative on that one. Do you hear hear what a HYPOCHONDRIAC HYPOCHONDRIAC. I don't think I'm sick. I've just Kathy die. Are you listening Kathy Houthi. She still alive. She has seasons passes Submission Ridge every year. Oh Cathy oh well and and she's dead now but I I'm not saying everybody. I'm saying if I did it happen to me. No I do it. My Dad did I to connect the poll with some rope and I'd have the other poll you be in the middle of the of the ropes holding your little poll area have no desire to ski and I could stop you and plus. If you see a tree and you can't stop it. You're heading there. You've you've you've fall down. He just lean over to this. It doesn't hurt you just Lee way harder on us no word in my opinion but ski and he just kind of lean over a little bit just gracefully touch your side down to that and it's done to the stone yeah. I'm I would not fall like dad. I would break my leg trying to not rented a tree in die true all right. We'll talk about the winner bud bucket list. That'll be part of the agenda and we will come up with another really awesome. Hopefully we've we had high expectations for the area fifty one. It kinda failed now. It's so disappointing might have to go so back to Florida man. There was a rumor going around that Florida man that Florida died in area fifty one and we can't find that story anymore so I think it was a hoax folks. The closest we came was the Canadian guy peed on the fence. I mean so pretty sure Florida man still going so dude. Keep promoting those awesome stories for us and we're GONNA find find them and we'll talk about him yeah so we do a full on Florida a full thing Florida. We've done trivia with man so maybe we'll do Florida man next time I mean there's so many shit we could talk about what Florida man all right well all right. Thanks for tuning in. Everybody have a good week and We'll see you next peace out.

Florida nuggets facebook Megan Amano Great Wolf Lodge heather golf Kobi Mike Dude HYPOCHONDRIAC David CNN Magana ski Kathy Houthi skiing Great Lodge founder Doria
Effectively Wild Episode 1720: Fun Differential

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

1:21:00 hr | 3 months ago

Effectively Wild Episode 1720: Fun Differential

"Is coming to stay. Hello and welcome to episode. Seventeen twenty of the fact of the wildly baseball podcast brought to you by our patriot supporters. I have been the burden of bringer joined by nick valley ben graphs make i understand. Denver did not wanna let you leave. I love denver ban. It's a cool city family in colorado. I had a lovely trip to see friends in person. And you know penn jump and do that. I don't pinch people rude but you know like enjoy their company and person for the first time in quite a while but then i wanted to go home because i was tired and the denver airport was like no. You live here now. So my understanding is that the airport lost power. I mean i witnessed that. I saw the power Fritz in and out was there which was strange. 'cause you'd think that of all the places that really don't ever lose power that the airport would be high on the list you think you'd want to generate her. Some sort of redundant system set up at an airport. Well in the speed with which the power came back on made me think that actually all of those systems worked exactly the way they were supposed to write. That's good but it did cause some issues. And then the plane. Coming to denver to take me back to phoenix. Was i think on the tarmac. For like two hours and then by the time it arrived there rules about how long a flight crew can be active for safety right. You don't want you don't want sleepy pilots that'd be bad so that crew couldn't fly again for everyone's benefit and then there was another crew that was supposed to come but they got delayed waiting on a crew from philadelphia. So anyway i was supposed to be home by like six. Pm last night. And the actual time i got home was close to one. Am so that seems like a long time for flight. That's like an hour forty minutes. Yeah i think it only takes twelve hours or so to drive for denver to phoenix. You probably could've made it just about the same time. So and the other thing about it is that i have. Because i as i mentioned i have family in colorado. I've flown in and out of denver at least once a year for pretty much every year of my life. And i. I swear that the the dia has been under construction that entire time that it is just cicely under construction that there's always a thing in a widget. Now what have you. That needs to be remedied. In some way. And so. I think that the combination of the current construction that they are doing and then the continued sort of aftermath of cova things. Close on those concourses real early. There's some mad dash to get a sandwich before everything closed so it was just. It was a long time. What are you gonna do. It's nobody's nobody's fault. You just sit there and roll with the punches and i edited a piece and scheduled up for this morning and future. Meg was really happy that passed. Meg did that. Because then i just Slept in a little bit this morning. So it all worked out fine. Everyone got home safely. Which is the most important thing not flight crews flew while feeling sleepy. It's all it's all good. But i was sitting there and i thought to myself you know it's nice to feel inconvenienced and sort of put upon in a normal way because we spent so much of the last year being put upon and inconvenience in an extraordinary and terrifying and sometimes devastating way kind of say. When was the last time you were able to tell a nightmare travel story. We've all had those experiences. But since two thousand nine hundred for most of us. So that's something so that was something and then i wondered. How long will. I be able to maintain that perspective before. I am just actively annoyed by the situation. And i don't know if. I just transitioned into being tired quickly enough. It i didn't have the energy couldn't muster the to be more actively annoyed than i was but it all worked out fine. It had been it. Had been more than years since i had had the. Oh i am bone tired from work. Related travel feeling so that was new to re familiarize myself with well. The novelty of air travel mishaps probably wears off pretty quickly. I've had some heroin flights in and out of denver or over denver just because of the turbulence and feared for my life on multiple occasions but that is also heroin in a way not able to take off at all so for a solid several hours there because you were not the only baseball media number who was marooned in denver. Baseball twitter was like. I'm stuck at the airport. The power is out. So i was following along with everyone else. I was not in view of anyone else. And i was sort of sad about it. I was like you know at some point. I'm hoping that the you know. The suspects boys will just walk by. And we'll start playing with a wall in the terminal or something like that. But i just had to content myself for the last one so well not an ideal ending to the all-star break but the rest of it was pretty good. Did you have any thoughts about the all star game which took place after. We recorded our preceding episode. You know i found myself just enjoying the hell out of the all star game in. I did not anticipate i. You know from start to finish jusu really. I really enjoyed it. I mean i. I know a number of people commented on this. I could've stood to see a little more otani into thiessen that game. But i also like that. They prioritize like getting everybody in because i think that for fan bases especially of teams where it's like pirates fan right. So you're having to live that reality every day. But you'll have to aol. All-star a you have to all-star starters that's hard to say in sequence which is why it and you get to like see like adam frazier be really in the middle of stuff i don't know i just thought it was great fun. I think that opinions vary on the miked up stuff and we should have only talk about the hundreds experience but the reaction that tetteh had when vladimir guerrero junior hit his home. Run was so perfect. You could not have scripted that moment of television better. So i just you know i sat there and i had a great time and it was A little surprising to me how much i enjoyed it. But i was delighted by it so i don't know that's i have said in written before i am very much against making up players in regular game certainly in postseason games. We have seen before. And i have decried but in exhibition games. I don't mind it. it's all in good fun. It's all pretty meaningless but it does make me nervous when they have the hitter. Miked up shot. I did not hear first of all like they don't really say anything because they're trying to focus so jopacks like what are you looking for here. And they're just like fastball fastball. They're just trying to whisper it. So i guess the catcher can't hear them also because they're trying to hit baxter's or whoever like that's a tough job to do without joe buck just nattering on in your ear. I'm trying to imagine how i would do at my job if job upwards quizzing me in my ear as i was trying to do those things thank god so that i just unable to enjoy it because i worry about the pet. Her being distracted and taking a fastball. In the face or something because he is trying to pay attention to the broadcast but at other times. It is fun. Freddy freeman was a lot of fun. Is like a stand up routine out. There and patty says he said being miked up when guerrero hit is homer in those guys being as close as they are so. That's all in good fun. I think and then there was liam hendriks who made it all worthwhile. I want to know what the production meeting was like where they were. They were like this'll be fine right. This is an fcc violation waiting to happen is it would be. This would be all right. i i did. I think one of my favorite moments of that exchange. Well the best. The best moment was when he immediately swore upon them realizing that he could not hear them. And i said at the time and i don't know that i want to let go of this particular conspiracy theory. I think he might have been able to hear them and just to ignore them but he maintains that he just couldn't hear them so we will let him maintain that even. If i think the conspiracy theories more fun but the best for that of that for me was zunino going out there and be like hey buddy reminder your and just be like this is not working working so it's gonna worry about the australian superintendent closer. I can up yeah. He's says swearing and not warning dylan. He's going to do anything and so it was all on air and they kept odd for a while they did. Cut the bike or anything. After it was clear that this wasn't going to be a dialogue is just gonna be hendrix swearing periodically so. I don't know why they stuck with it as long as they did but i'm glad that they did yes. I admire their gumption. For just being like we're gonna let this happen and we'll just see where it goes. I think it's funny though. Because it's not uncommon for one guy is as vocal as hendrix. I mean granted. That was a full crowd. So maybe you know. Maybe it's a little less likely given how good the attendance was. But it's not like field. Mike's don't occasionally pick up. You know expletives from from pitcher so the idea that they were gonna get away with him being literally without hearing anything he's just so spectacular it was great. It was great tv. He was delightful. I appreciated how many different reminders we had through the course of that game the international nature of baseball. It was clear that that was something that was on the minds of the players. In that they emphasized. And i just like watching baseball dudes pass. It isn't joy able. I don't know if objectively baseball players are more sort of congenial with one. Another then other sports are like there is. I'm sure an objective way to measure that. And so i am. I am speculating. Here but i think that in part because baseball does not have the same sort of moment to moment potential for intense physical. Contact these guys just seem to really like each other and there are plenty of basketball players and football players and soccer players who seem like their house away from the court and are you know opponents when they're on it so i don't mean to say that they're all means and baseball players are angels but jus- just seem to be a really nice sort of you know friendly atmosphere with these guys. We talked about it. A little bit with the homerun derby but you know when vladimir guerrero junior almost takes max scherzer off. He goes out and hugs him for like interrupting the sherzer translink especially after almost drilling him with a liner seem scary. But max was okay with it seemingly. He didn't react the way that he did when they checked him for sticky stuff so a everybody seemed to be having a great time. You mentioned freddie. Freemen's like stand up. Routine i i recall him being miked up. It might have been last spring training. Who knows what time is anymore. But they had him miked up for a spring training game and he was just so charismatic teases okay. they're all great like they're just. I think that it would be nice to have sort of different interlocutors for each of these guys right. So like have a franchise icon. Come and be the guy in the ear. Who's talking to a young dude. Like i think that they could switch some of that stuff up and maybe make the actual qna part of it. A little more engaging. But i think that for something like this where it doesn't really matter what happens as long as no one gets hurt. It's great this is great stuff. Yeah in addition to less physical intensity as you said there's also just more standing around in freightliner's as winded as fall as they tend to be destroyed so yeah there's just more time to chat and they take advantage of that and i've also seen some videos that have been released after the homerun derby like otani in soto. Were both miked up for that so we weren't hearing it live but there have been some highlights released where you get super cuts of that stuff. So that's been a lot of fun and the uniforms. In the all star game rich we talked about when they were unveiled. And roundly disparaged. And i don't think they looked any better on bodies limited just in pictures. But i don't mind. I don't really care it as i've said tend not to have very strong opinions about uniforms and especially one off uniforms now i do understand the critique that it's an all star game tradition to have the players where their own team's colors and that's good for fans who were tuning in to see those players and wanna know who they are and where they're from and they looked bad. They looked baggy and pajama like even more so than typical uniforms. I kind of liked the blue ones in a way. Just 'cause they almost look like old timey baseball uniform in a weird way sang they weren't flattering on everybody surly but they did kind of look like throwbacks. I don't know whether that was the intense. Or not. And i could imagine that for not even casual baseball fans but non-fans who may have been tuning in just to see otani. Maybe it would have been a little less confusing to see that. All the players on each team were wearing the same uniform. Because i can imagine that that might be a bit overwhelming. Also with everyone is just wearing their own uniforms. No one looks like teams. So that was something i thought of. I also liked that. They had the stars on the back of the jerseys under the numbers which was sorta hard to see but it was what we talked about an email episode last week. About how maybe they could have stars on jerseys to indicate how many all star games a player has made or appeared in and they actually had that in the all star game though not in regular use season uniforms. Which is what we were talking about in that episode but on the whole i didn't hate it and it didn't really detract for my enjoyment of the game but i understand why the reviews were pretty. Yeah i mean we don't have to relitigate but our our earlier conversation about that. I i will say one twist the uniform conundrum that i just didn't anticipate and found even more frustrating. Was that the the names in the numbers on those uniforms. Were kind of hard to read. Because they had they had a pattern in them right. They were not just a plain number. They had a pattern than they have the little name and they replicated that for the futures game. And when you're sitting in the stands and you are trying to like watch batting practice and the roster you have is fully up to date and then you can't really see the numbers. Clearly it makes. It makes it harder. I heard a fair amount of scout grumbling near me. Who is this guy. Who's that so then. I will say the board ended up being useful for a couple of people there. Because you could triangulate between the the hat. Which was the the actual team hat. and then and then what you could make of the the name or the number so so that was good but i just. It's the same thing. Just make the barrier to entry for this stuff really really really low because you want people to instantly be able to say oh that guy and for you know for the all star game. I think that for a lot of folks that's easier than it would be for the futures game for instance but just make it easy because it it's great fun. And if you're if you're a sorta casual baseball fan who doesn't really know the guys in the other league and you tune in and you're like freddy freeman guys funny. Like i like that guy. For new jersey's juniors reactions to blood or homerun amazing. Love that dude right. You're just chris. Brian managing to politics better than anyone in his incredible. Put him in congress right like you're just you want people to be able to was very little effort. Follow the direction that that initial hit of good feeling about the game takes them in. And i think that this this was a good showcase of that so that it was very cool. Yeah that's the true test of your scouting skills. I can you recognize which player you are currently scouting. That's forget about projecting whether he'll be good or not. Just you know who this person is. Well i must most of them. It was fine but there you know as as often true with the the futures game in addition to the all star game. You know there are last minute. Replacement gets hurt or he gets called up to the majors and he's not feel just so fun and you know there's a lot going on and so i don't i don't mean this is a knock it at the folks printed the rosters of course at all but you know there were a couple of replacements that just weren't on there and we had to sort it out but it was really only an issue for the national league because during nfl batting practice they were doing their tech run for the celebrity softball game but for the al. They just had the guys up there and it was. It was a lot easier. So i was like. Oh i iraq. I also recognize you know julio rodriguez. He's little easy to spot. But yeah i i will say when i was at the futures game and i was in the auxiliary press box in a place that seemed like it was going to get a lotta home runs during derby and that was where that guy won over. The rail and almost oregon broke his neck thing. Glee didn't so anyway. These are my thoughts from denver denver. Cool there's good food there. There's good beer there if you're a beer person there's good other drinks if you don't drink beer i i'm in favor of all major league Jewel events as they are called being conducted in an hour. And a half light radius of where i live and imagine how much grumpier i would be if i had that same delay and then it had a six hour flight on the end just denver. You won't want to leave. The airport loses power. They might anyway. Yeah i like that. They've leaned into the ulcer game being an exhibition and they're not trying to make it count anymore and obviously it doesn't have the same juice that it used to have. When you didn't have constant interleague play and players actually cared about the bragging rights and the fact that when we would dominate. Which you know. The american league has dominated the all star game lately. But i don't know if any nfl players feel bad about that or ale players feel pride in that because they're constantly switching leagues and playing each other and i think that's probably just sort of a strange small simple thing i know a lot of that period was dominated by the al in interleague. Play to for many many years and there were many theories for why the al was the superior league during that time that has kind of changed in recent years and maybe even swung back in the other direction so the fact that that still persisting i think is mostly meaningless. And you're not really seeing it in the world series. Either but i like that. It's just kind of a fun time for everyone to hang out and beat together and joke around. And they're still trying. They still wanna do well. But it's not cutthroat. Pete rose crashing into ray fosse kinda game. It's just everyone enjoying each other's company and enjoying the sport and not checking for sticky stuff even because it doesn't matter it's not that serious and we got an email from listener who is wondering. Why kevin cash with shifting. Why would you shift in this exhibition game. That seems like too much. And it turned out that he wasn't shifting in fact it was nelson cruz or just on a lark with directing the infielders from the al dugout. Just for fun. So that's kind of the atmosphere at these games in it's infectious and i enjoyed watching it so yeah looking forward to it so a few things that we can talk about one thing is a little bit more of a bummer. And this is a follow up to something. We talked about last time. Which i was very excited about an it turns out that maybe the fact that i was so surprised to hear this was an indicator that it was too good to be true. So we let off the last episode by talking. About how commissioner. Rob manfred in his address to the w. a. in denver had suggested that seven inning doubleheaders and zombie rendered rule. Were not going to be back for twenty twenty two well not long after that. Qna he talked to our powell. Mike farren on mlb network radio and as transcribed by craig calcaterra. He unfortunately walked back. These humpback runner rule portion of that is still anti seven inning doubleheader which is nice but not so fast on zombie runner rule. He said i grouped together and said they were cove rules. And the point i was trying to make. Was that just because we use them for two years. You can't jump to the assumption that they were going to stay because they were cloven rules. I also said that. I don't see the seven inning doubleheader as part of our future and that's right. I am softer on the extra inning rule. I think you know there's more of a split of opinion on it. I guess we'll just have to see how that one goes so samba. Wanna rule not dead yet. Still une dead as someone else joke to us on twitter. Zombie zombie runner rule. It is back from the dead or may be was never dead to begin with. So i don't know if that aligns with what he said when you were in the room but at some point between then and when he talked to mike he walked it back a bit and i was sorry to see that i think that the issue he expounded on the greatest length was definitely the seven inning doubleheaders. Not zombie runner rule. So i don't think that this is a huge departure from what he said in the room. What was initially reported. Which is why told you about not to get your hopes up. It was not definitive. But i think that the split doesn't necessarily surprise me. Because i think it's hard to make the case to someone purchasing a ticket that they might be buying a lot fewer innings in a planned kind of way not because of a weather delay or some kind of other disruption. But we're just going to plan to deliver west baseball to you. And i think that that is a hard sell when you're trying to get someone to pay for a product. I think that that calculus changes clearly for both the league and for fans in extra innings. Where a lot of people don't stick around for those and as we've noted in the past it doesn't seem like it is universally despised by players right so we will see. This is why. I said you know you. Don't that way lies madness. If you're getting your hopes up about stuff that has to be collectively bargain. But i imagine that there will be some moving unshaken on it thirties. Aren't they going to survey the players and kind of get a sense there too and and and go from there i would imagine would hope i want them to survey me and stop there but yes. They probably should talk to the baseball players to. Yeah so wouldn't it be nice. If this is the worst issue that we have to contemplate when When stuff gets going this full. I mean they're already having conversations obviously but when they get in the media the negotiation. Wouldn't it be cool. If this were the the big thing i mean. Clearly we want. We want a good equitable agreement. We have some issues that we have highlighted as ones that we hope get decided differently than they were in the last cba but maybe maybe they will miraculously agree on all of that stuff in the thing that will hold them up from getting a deal. Done will be the zombie runner. Then and then what then. What do you do. Vendee a admit defeat so that we can have baseball on. Schedule for dea dea. Hold your ground against the zombies. It's really conundrum for event. I think i will take the l on that one. I would use the battle to win the war. I would rather have baseball with a cpa. That is acceptable to both sides. Then no baseball and knows me a rule. I don't hate it so much that i would prefer that they're not be baseball. So there are limits to an timothy. But let's hope that they reached the right conclusion here so we got a lot more submissions for players with high highlights to value ratio. Who were not named ray or donas. So i figured i would just mentioned a few more for those of you who are just joining this conversation. I'm used the other day. That billy hamilton sure has produced a lot of highlights. But it's not produced a ton of on-field value. And so we were trying to come up with names of other players who were good sources of highlights but not great war sources in rare. Donas was popular submission. Here are some others who've been mentioned. Nick puto jeff rancor chris carter. Co she shinjo. Late career bartolo cologne peak bartolo clone. Who is very good but late career when he was just kind of adequate but also maybe the most gift player there was and also one that i can't believe we didn't think of and say sooner. Which is pat finn diddy. Yeah maybe it's one highlight one sequence that you tend to see with him that one from before they had the rule really nailed down about. What would happen with ambidextrous pitchers and so he in the batter were just switching back and forth side to side but is a good one here. 'cause obviously just as singular player who could pitch with both hands and no one else could do that really the way that he did it and also a replacement level pitcher on the whole unfortunately without a ton of staying power. But that's a good one. I think and also someone mentioned williams acid. Yo which i had to concede is actually a pretty good one much. As i want him to be a superstar he is in my heart but not necessarily statistically speaking yet everything he does is a highlight. So that's a pretty good one too. I wonder if he is still too early in his career for us to to pronounce that he fits in this category right. Don't you kind of want a a little bit longer. I'm a track record because you never know. Maybe maybe a do has another year. And then you'll look back and be like wow. We're really glad we were on that t. bandwagon early because now he's the best player in baseball. That jobs unlikely but you know weirder stuff has happened. So yeah who else cubs legend. Tony campana was submitted as a candidate. Sherzer and here's an email from cj. Who says i was thinking about the discussion of highlights war and realized everyone had been thinking about it. The wrong way all the suggestions so far have been guys who sought but had a few highlights. Anyway what if the answer isn't someone bad but someone good who has had a disproportionate amount of highlights anyway with that approach. I think the right answer is havi by as he has twenty one and a half career war but approximately twenty one thousand five hundred highlights everything that gives him. Value is the exact kind of thing that generates highlights. He makes them credible. Defensive plays runs the basis like a madman from room and when he connects with the ball he hits at five hundred feet and from a negative highlight angle. He's good for swinging at pitches above his head about twelve times a year. That would make him a supporting character. In plenty of pitchers highlights a supporting role in a highlight still counts as a highlight. You could make an argument against him in that. He has been boosted by his taking place in the youtube era but that would be a bad argument because the highlights per wars not era adjusted in how commonplace highlights are. I'm not really asking question. I just think i've right and would like to hear it disgust. And that's true if we were going strictly by highway to war ratio than. I guess it might be a good player. Who would win by ray. Spirit of the question was sorta hamilton esq players players. Who actually just aren't that good but are still a significant source of highlights. Now i'm thinking about whether the highlight to war ratio is just. It's like clutch right. When we calculate clutch it's relative to a players on performance how we calculated finger. Shaving is the thing that always confuses people so maybe highlight towards sort of a similar similar counter. More sort of thinking about it in relation to oneself. But i think that it's more fun to think about guys. You managed to have big moments that you're like wow look at that when the rest of their career sort of mediocre underwhelming. That's a lot more fun. And i think that part of it is that highlights have the have the magic of not necessarily really being that closely correlated to the baseline talent of player. And there's obviously some amount of that but also think about some of the things that like mike. Trout does really well. So if you think about a mike. Trout highlight if you gonna think about him as sort of oh give machine you'd think about the homerun robberies right and and the really really long home runs that he's hit and maybe some of the base stealing stuff. But i think that part of what you come to appreciate when you're watching a player like that is all of the small and subtle things that accumulate to just build the best baseball player of his generation. And some of that stuff is like. I don't know i don't know how many lake plate discipline highlights people are really keen on. I don't see cut for like share in those being like. Wow that was amazing but sometimes you watch a trout at your holy crap lake. His understanding of the strike zone show incredible. This is so cool to watch. But that doesn't you know that doesn't like go with emojis. Really not an emoji thing. Yup i don't know someone else mentioned. jack wilson. The former pirate. Which you mentioned brendan ryan so wilson. Kind of in that category adam. Everett may be would be in that category. You know someone else mentioned barry bonds and set barebones significant source of highlights but also one of the best players ever so not exactly what we're looking for here so thanks to everyone who wrote in with good ideas there and while we're talking about hobby bias and highlights and lowlights wanted to mention that there's been a development with will craig who was on the wrong end of that hobby by highlight so when we talked earlier this year about craig's boehner about the play where avi bias said if you want to look at it this way def- craig into chasing him back to her plate instead of asking him or throwing or retreating back to first base or any of the other things that he could have done. We felt a little bad about making fun of craig or making greg. The focal point of this. Because you knew he had to feel bad and it was just one of those brain farts and it has had some consequences hero although not terrible consequences but it's clear that this has stuck with him and jason mackie former guest of ours who covers the pirates to craig. Recently who has now departed the pirates and he has gone to play for the kiwis. Heroes of the k b o. His bar partly. This is an economic decision and we can talk about that aspect of things. But here's what craig told jason. There are times where it hits me. And i'm like did that really happen. I'm a really good defender. I am everyone who has played with me knows that. But i feel like that. Play kind of defined me. I didn't want that to be the case. There's another thing that went into my decision to go over there. I need to almost start over in a way which it's probably going to hang over my head for the rest of my career. Not probably it will hang over my head for the rest of my career but just give myself an opportunity to break away from it a little bit. Obviously they have the internet over there. So they're going to know the play but of address it the way i addressed it with you guys the next day. Don't run away from it kind of attack it head on and let them know. I'm a really good first baseman. Here's michael glove. I can show it to you if you want. You can touch it. It's real. I feel like most players always have a player. Some type of event that happens in their career mine just happens to be a little bit bigger than others. If i was in year fifteen in my career. I feel like that play. Wouldn't be nearly as crazy. Because i only had a month. It made. It seem that much worse. So i feel sorry for correct that this hunting him or that he feels like he needs a fresh starter. Needs to escape to another continent to outrun the legacy of this play. It's just you know. I think this is the great fear that all of us have right that we will make some goof in it will end up defining our lives and sometimes you know sometimes people make terrible mistakes and do bad things and that should be the thing that defines her life but. I don't think that this is not in that category of error or offense rate and so yeah you do feel bad for the guy. I hope that he's able to accumulate some some good highlights and you know if he wants to come back to baseball in the states is able to do so having spent some time playing ball that he thinks is more representative of the kind of player that he is. Because it's just you know everybody's brain freezes up on him every now and again. now. I'm wishing that i had given more credence to the idea that this was hobby by as magic because i feel like i contributed to him needing to lee mccown tree. Yeah i don't wanna make it sound as if he's been banished to. Kp hours as some horrible sentence it may make good sense for him to go to the kpi because frankly he is a marginal major leaker at best tree was on one of the worst teams in baseball and didn't really have a secure spot on that roster either. He was demoted soon. After that play and it was not solely because of that play he hadn't hit and he's had some success in the minors but he was not a great prospect and so he was probably going to be bouncing around at best and this way he gets to go to the k b o and play regularly and get a guaranteed three hundred. Seventy one thousand dollars for the remainder of the season which is much more than he would have made presumably if he were playing for the pirates in triple a. Mostly this is probably smart for him and he was going to be a free agent. I think at the end of the season anyway so you can decide if he wants to stay over there or if he wants to try to come back and catch on with some other stations so again. It's not a bad career. Move for him so we shouldn't necessarily look at it as a demotion. Getting demoted to aaa was at emotion. But this is not really a demotion from that but because he said it's not entirely that but it was also partly but he felt like he just wanted to get away from hit hall somewhere where he would not be the guy in the will craig hobby baya's play. I feel bad for him. So i hope that somehow he does manage to make something else the first line of his story. I don't know what that would be. But we've talked in the past about. How would you want to be known for a screw up of some sort. If it's just an unfilled thing or would you wanna be not known at all you know. Is it better to be anonymous or remembered but remembered for something. That didn't go your way. Way that fred merckel who by all accounts was a great guy but was dogged by his bad play for the rest of his life. Really there are things to to recommend either if you just want to be remembered. Then we'll creek. Has that but for what he would want to be remembered by. Yeah for sure so. I'm going to take a break from giving otani tongue bath today. Because i have done that enough in probably will do it again sometime soon but i did want to talk about another angel whose work i have enjoyed while watching otani and something. I've noticed whenever. I see a tweet or a story about otani. Inevitably someone in the comments. Replies will say oh great guyana fourth-place team good for him. Something like that. Just kind of belittling otani's performance because of the performance of the rest of the angels. Which i've never really understood. I don't know with the point of that is supposed to be that a reflection on otani are they saying that. We can't carer about what someone does for fourth place team. It renders it irrelevant because he won't make the playoffs or are they casting doubt on him actually being good because if he were so good than the angels wouldn't be a fourth him team. I don't exactly know what they're saying there. But i think that's a product of everyone hyper focusing on team success and playoff success which is absolutely important but does not diminish what otani is doing if he were on the worst team in baseball. You were doing this while the rest of the team around him would have to be truly terrible but even if that were happening it would not take away from what he has accomplished as an individual. But i just want to point out that the angels are not entirely less cause and as i have been watching otani. I have really enjoyed the work of david. Fletcher and i already had some appreciation for david fletcher. He has been a good invaluable and versatile and underappreciated player for a few years now but he has been on fire and he enters the so-called second half with a twenty four game hitting streak. Which is the longest hitting streak this year. And it's not cheapies. It's not like he's going one for four every day. He is on an absolute tear at. I'm not saying we should be on dimaggio watch or anything years a long way away from that but just to celebrate what he has done during this period so his hitting streak started on june thirteenth. And if we look on the famed graphs leaderboards one hundred seventy five qualified hitters since june thirteenth the best hitters by. Wrc plus have been. Joey gallo to thirty seven. Shohei ohtani to thirty two. And david fletcher one ninety right above for not junior and carlos correa and a bunch of other name brand stars so he has been unbelievable. He has hit four thirty nine over that period in one hundred three plate appearances at four thirty nine. Four fifty five five. Ninety-two is even hit. A couple homers in the last few games which is not his calling card yes. He has a four sixty six Over that period which is not exactly sustainable. But if you watch it he does it in such a fun way. There is no one else who hits like david fletcher. I don't think and you could see that. He makes a ton of contact and he is one of the lowest strikeout rates in baseball. But he just slaps everything through holes somehow stack cast. Hates him sort of yeah he he just doesn't hit the ball very hard. So you look. At his baseball savant page the percentile rankings are really funny. Because he's like at one extreme or the other. He's like you know his expected. Weighted on base is expected. Slugging it's like ninth percentile eighth percentile his walk rate fourth percentile but then his expected batting averages eighty third percentile. His whiff rate one hundred th percentile. And that's in the good direction he doesn't whiff and you can throw him anything. He likes the ball high. Despite the fact that he's listed five nine you can throw the ball in his head and somehow he always makes contact and he doesn't really load in his swing. He just sorta slaps it and always makes contact and just hit a bunch of bloopers or he finds a whole somehow and it is so much fun to watch because he just doesn't look like anyone else so he is not obviously nearly as good usually as he has been over the past month or so but he has been really fantastic and he's been part of what has kept the angels afloat in Absence so otani rightly stealing the spotlight. From david fletcher in everyone else on that team but if you have not checked out his work please do. Because i don't know if he's a player who gets into what a highlights. I guess he does when he does hit a ball chop all that was over his head for a double town the wind or something but it just looks like he could do that all day. Where he just pokes balls to write in almost like a gier or lemay hugh esque way except he doesn't hit the ball as hard. It's just like if you hit the ball harder. He would probably be worse. He is like in the doughnut hole as they call it where you can find holes in the outfield. Because he doesn't hit the ball hard enough to get it out to the outfielders and it's not a pop-up so he just has these balls that follow in somehow or sneak through. It's really wonderful to watch. So thanks to david fletcher for being the supporting starr in otani's main story. Yeah and gosh like he just. He had such a lousy start to the year. Right is run through. May i mean he had a fifty seven. Wrc plus in the first month of the season anna. Seventy five your c. Plus in may. I remember when i saw him in june. I guess it was when otani came to play the the vaccine. What's going on david fletcher. Like this is not quite what it used to be and then he just went on this tear and yeah it's been it's been pretty remarkable since then so not only did check him out but if you did check him out in the beginning of the season and you're like oh god what happened today. Fletcher like reengaged. Because it's it's looking pretty different now than it was then. Yeah of course. Ooh now that we have singled him out and he's been hitting like this for a month a maybe he is due for some regression. And perhaps if you tune in now you will miss as great as he has been for the past few weeks but but a lot of fun to watch. So yeah i mean he had a bab- around like two ninety five for the first two months of the season and then it was three eighty one in june. So you know some of that might might screech back a little bit. But also he's a guy who has has done that at different points in his career. So i don't know he's just an interesting. He's an interesting guy right. He's he's probably not a three eighty one bab dude but his career numbers like three twenty five. So maybe he's maybe the way to think of it banners that we are not going to jinx him. We are simply noting him rounding into form in a way that the is consistent with his his his good stretches. That's all we're doing. We're just noting we're just noting trend. That's what we do on here. We're trend not first among other things. I can't believe that you smoke. Boehner back into this. Podcast can't believe it sorry. Yeah i'm not saying gambler's fallacy here. That he is due to be bad because he's been good. I'm to saying he is probably due to be more like his usual self which is still fund and good and and like you noted very different than a lot of the other. Good that we see in. That's that's great fun to. Can i return to the all star game for a second because you brought up gamblers chelsea in this medium you think of it. I am surprised ever so slightly that the league has shown a willingness to be not sort of not fussier fastidious about the competitive integrity of either the derby or the all star game because people bet on those yes they bet on them and then i think they probably lose money. I think they do that regardless of the competitive environment is contest. But i am surprised. And i'm a little nervous to have pointed out because then i worry someone will be. Oh we gotta tighten that up so that you can do prop bets or whatever whatever you all enjoy sound like i'm saying with a great deal of judgment and i promise i'm only saying this. Very small match Darren rebel was up in arms on twitter. Because according to him there may have been a tray mancini homer in the homerun derby that was actually on a pitch that came after the buzzer and he had video footage of others was thrown after the buzzer sounded. People who bet on this are gonna be so mad and it was sort of that robotic daring rebel kind of tweeting were there was no acknowledgement of. Yeah but pretty story and this is just an exhibition and all that but you're right because he represents people who probably had money on this and maybe he had money on this friday. No was not pleased about them. Not taking that more seriously yeah. Some things are predictable. Like the the sun rising or us enjoying baseball or rebel having a goofy tweet of my apathy when it comes to gambling is just my acknowledgement that. There's no way i would win. I don't know whether for most people they fool themselves into thinking they will win or whether that is not really the core component of why they do it that they have fun regardless of they went to just nice to have some extra steaks and extra rooting interest. It's definitely not a great way to make money for the vast majority of people and so that is part of why. I'm not that interested in it just because there are a lot of ways that i could throw away money but i know more than the average person about baseball. I still accept that. There's no way that i'm going to beat the house when it comes to pick on baseball also that is part of why have no interest in it but i guess that's not the whole reason that my thing started when i realized that i was a bad poker player which i think is the entry point for a lot of people into gambling. Generally right is the learnt to play poker because and this will absolutely shock you and our listeners. I have terrible poker. I don't a good job crossing my own expression. It's oh i'm bad at it. And so i think that that important on ramp at least for for some people just wasn't there for me and then when it comes to sports more specifically it's just you know it's just never been the way that i've experienced it. I managed to get all worked up about plenty within the game without needing additional stakes. So i don't know again like people should like the stuff they like. I just wish that it weren't on the broadcast quite so much so anyway so as the second half starts. I'm so pedantic about calling it the second half in. It's not actually the second hope that post all-star break which everyone else calls the second half. It's maybe a decent time to take stock of the standings. I was just looking at the fan. Crafts playoff odds and there are nine teams. That have pretty solid playoff odds. Now they're not locks but they're looking pretty good in order of descending playoff odds it's dodgers white sox astros giants padres. Red sox brewers mets and raise. Most of those teams are up in the seventy eighty ninety something percent playoff range. The raise i think are at sixty eight percent. The playoff odds have not liked the race all year really. Yeah but there are a bunch of teams that are in a range where they're within striking distance but below fifty percent. I think there are six teams that have sub fifty percents playoff odds but are in the double digits. At least they're also. Some teams are in the picture. But plods don't think they have a realistic shot like the mariners framed and sue have been playing over their heads and have had good results but seemed kind of unlikely to keep that up. And then there are others like i don't know the cardinals and the nationals like these teams are far from out of it certainly and the braves who as mentioned her down into single digits. Now but if we're gonna go with the playoff odds also cleveland. Six point seven percent according to the playoff odds even though they're three games over five hundred but their eight games behind chicago. So if we take the playoff odds at face value in say okay. These are the six teams that are not currently in the picture but have the best shot. I wonder if you see one of these as the best candidate in or to make a run or you have a good feeling about them. So we've got the athletics at forty seven point nine percent. We've got the yankees at forty one point. Two percent behalf. The blue jays at thirty four point four percent the reds at twenty one point seven percent fill us at eighteen point two percent and angels at sixteen point zero percent so as yankees jay's reds phillies angels part of what influences my understanding of his. Both obviously what is not working for them super well right now and then what the radically could improve for them based on their activity at the deadline. And so some of this for me is like toronto has already made some moves try to fortify their bullpen. I think that that is the weakness that really needs addressing and they might make some moves at the deadline. I could also see them looking at nate pearson and gone. Why don't you just throw out of the pen for us like why don't you just come up and moved to the bullpen and just like wreck people's day so i could see them doing that. You know thomas hatch may be fits into that category for them also. So i like the blue jays. 'cause i think that they do have some internal options to help fortify their relief corps which is a lot of teams weak points that i guess i don't know plus that offense is just so potent his thumping. I don't know which of these teams do you like the best man having a carson bias open to that yeah i'm still so mystified by the yankees lacking ass s and the preseason projections in my preseason expectations for them. That i wanna say that. That will normalize they keep having these real gut punch losses. They had one heading the break when they lost that game to the astros. Another really devastating comeback by the other team and i kind of enjoyed the pettiness in that series. Because you had aaron judge hitting a home run in a one. Nothing game that the inky is one and then pitching his jersey rounded the bases emulating jose altuva in his supposed- buzzer incident. In twenty nine thousand nine hundred when he didn't wanna show his tattoo as he said and judge of course explained the jersey pinch by saying whenever they keep. The roof closed here. It's a little chilly. I was just telling my teammates button up a little bit which is about as believable as francisco endure and jeff mcneil fighting over whether they saw a rat or a raccoon in the dugout tunnel. And then the next day. Jose altuve vague gets immediate revenge in hits a huge homer to give the astros that victory and then this time he actually did have his shirt removed and you know his tattoo. It's pretty small really and it's not that terrible. It's strange it's just like a name and then it has a heart and it looks like the heart is almost unfinished as if he just got up out of. The charon walked away before the tattoo was entirely finished. So maybe that's why he doesn't love showing it or whatever he said about his wife. Not wanting him to be shirtless in. It sounded strange at the time. But i find it more. Believable than the buzzer theory which is entirely unsubstantiated. But anyway i enjoy that back and forth. You know as long as no one's getting hurt. I'm fine with the petty just words and were of actions but not violent actions. Let's fund so sort of tired of astra's being booed not that i think they shouldn't be booth. It's just kind of a stale story at this point but when players are doing it. That's kind of fun. But i think martinez maldonado got it on it too. Because he hit a home run before tuesday and he opened his jersey and said he was doing so because it was too hot so that was his retort to judge and judge after the altuva homer. He said that's fun. He just hit a walk off homer to win the game. That's big time. You do whatever you want. You can celebrate. You can walk around the basis. It's all part of the game so he took it in stride. Anyway that ended in another pretty devastating yankee. So so i we've talked a ton about why they have underperformed in how perplexing it is and they're another team that could be a candidate to add at the deadline be akin to subtract at the headline depending on how the next couple of weeks ago and they're tied with toronto right now so it seems like one of those teams is make a run and maybe squeeze and they're not for sure but i would say that there's a pretty good chance that if one of these teams is going to have a great second half it would be one of those and i had higher expectations for the yankees coming into the season. And maybe they get severino back. Maybe they get back. I don't know what he would be any way right. Maybe they add in some other way or maybe they just hit better with runners since Which it certainly seems that. They are bound to do at some point so it could be too late there behind to good teams tied with another good team. There forty six and forty three as we speak on thursday so i i still think there's a chance there. Yeah i think that one of those two teams strikes me as the most likely. I guess i'd put the in third place behind those. I really have very little confidence. In cleveland and i don't see them necessarily doing much to improve the club at the deadline. So there's that part of it and as much as i would love otani in the playoffs and the angels do get to say that they are getting the best player in baseball back at some point in the second half so their second half additions or not. You know all that shabby but Might trout still doesn't pitch. So at least i think they'll be more entertaining team in the second half because they'll have trout and presumably justin upton maybe a healthy and more productive anthony joan and maybe joe adele shows up at some point so they could have a pretty decent lineup but yeah the pitcher is pitching. So what you do about that. The fact that the angels opted to sign. Adam eaton doesn't seem great for either joel or or marsh really so that something that will probably want to circle back on at some point but yeah i don't know unless all twenty of the pitchers that attracted her bigly. Greg still gonna have some problems thereby college guys so there you go. I think they probably still need a little more seasoning. That i also had forgotten that dylan peters was on the angels. He was deified to make room for eating. So that's neither here nor there. But just the thing that i had forgotten about. But i don't know i really want this angels team to be better and they have sort of maintain some kind of spark in position admirably. Like you said like the fact that they're not fully out of it. Having lost trout is pretty remarkable. Not only because they have the holes on the roster that they do but just because any team losing mike. Trout is significantly worship than they were. But you know we love otani right. We love him and he has been quite good for them. But you probably want another good pitcher. Yes although if patrick sandoval up keeps working then he's been great lately. you know. maybe maybe it'll be fine. So but i i would say that among the other teams that are sort of in that potential wildcard picture. I think that there probably were shape than certainly than the as definitely the yankees and the blue jays. And i guess i'd probably put them pine cleveland. I don't know if i have any conviction in that decision. But when cleveland's pitching healthy it's it's significantly better and they do score some although not as much as they'd like i would imagine especially of late in the red have been hanging in there in the central there. Only for back of the brewers. And they're playing. The brewers again they went into the all star break with the series against the brewers and they emerged from the all-star break with another series against the brewers. So if they do well in that one they could close the gap here and they're pitching has been good and louis. Castio is looking like the pitcher. Everyone expected him to be. And the starters have been going deep into games and so their bullpen. Hasn't been stressed in. Its pitched well when it's had to so kind of like the reds but still like the brewers more and don't know if they don't take that division. I don't know that. I see them taking a a wild card. So yeah that's a tough spot to be in. But they are certainly a candidate at least more so than the cubs lost a lot of ground lately and seems raring to sell at the deadline raring to sell in a way that just feels so bad but raring to so yeah. I mean the central. I that burst swat is just like a baseball team. I think there's just a pretty good baseball team. So the very top of that division is quite as soft as i imagined it to be when we were coming into the year. Rose like any of these teams could win because they're all bad. Well maybe not. The pirates of these other teams could win. 'cause they're all bad but i think the brewers are probably just legitimately good club at this point. So how does he do. You think the deadlines can be told me how tired of yeah i. It seems like there's some factors that would make it not so busy at certainly. It seems to have been slow to develop to this. Point may because of the late draft consuming teams attentions or. I don't know what there haven't been a ton at traits made or really credible or interesting rumors circulating. So i haven't seen signs so far that it's going to be especially busy but it seems like some of the ingredients are there for teams that are out of it and see mike good candidates the cell and other teams that are good candidates to ads. So you can certainly make some matches here and there are some pretty enticing players like there's some teams that have already done a lot of their selling and they're just bad now and so there's not a lot left on their rosters really but there are still some good players. You would expect to be dangled. Like i don't know if we're talking about non rentals how much the cba and all the uncertainty about. That could complicate things. I don't know what do you think. I always think that it's going to be busy just because mostly because we just right up every deal. It doesn't take a lot for it to just be busy. But i think there are enough teams in this category. We've just been discussing where they really need to sort of break away from. That wildcard tear that they will endeavor to to make some moves and really improve themselves how widespread that is outside of that group. I don't really don't really know. But i think that there will be activity. I wonder though if it'll be a deadline. That's defined more by sort of medium sized deals than anything really particularly in splashy of the guys that we all anticipate moving what it's bryant and story that are sort of the biggest names that seem likely to to be on the go but beyond you know i. I don't know that it'll be a huge marquee deals. But i said that in twenty nineteen and then like the astros got grandy so yeah and to name another name. That might have some bearing on the conversation. We just had another have been rumors about the yankees and joey. Gallo would be a lot of fun. Gallo yankee stadium the yankees actually. Having a left handed hitter. Who could hit some home runs. That might help. So yeah. that's another potential player. Who could be changing teams. Craig kimbrel but the cubs of course but there are still some teams. That are close enough that you might have thought oh the nationals are going to be out of it and maybe max scherzer will be on the move and it doesn't look like that's the case right now. Although bigs ca change and then there are other players who would certainly be a lot of interest but just might not be moving players who were under team control for years to come like to tell our tayo or herman marquez. For instance you thirdly the of suitors for their services but their teams don't have to make those deals now now and i would imagine for both of those guys i mean like you said the deals are so club friendly and they're so talented and they're still so much time left that there's not a ton of reason to move it and like i think that the giants being good really has thrown a wrench in the in the trade deadline market right. Because i think at the beginning of the year we talked about this with grant. We had this expectation that if their rotation plan worked out and some of these guys you know hit and they were good will great. They would move them at the deadline. You know potentially search accelerate their own time line of contention and then they're just in first place in the westlake. They're not gonna move any of their starters. They need those guys. So i think that sort of exceeding expectations has really altered us at least a starting pitcher landscape when it comes to the deadline and then the next best available guy probably marquez isn't available. I mean he's better than i think. A lot of those. Those giants dudes just pure talent. But like if you're colorado think you move him you probably focus on moving story which is heartbreaking given the reception he received during the term sold the and the reception that aaron got during the all star festivities all colorado. You're having a rough time and you can't ever leave either. You live here. Though on the flipside i guess you also have the twins a team. No one really sellers. Who should be it. Looks like so. There are teams on both ends of the spectrum. There but up the nine that i mentioned with solid playoff odds. There really weren't any that. I would drastically disagree with where i say out there. A barrage in. They're just gonna completely fall apart. Like even giants at this point would have to be really bad to miss out based on. How could they've been thus far. And how many wednesday banked might very well ended up with three teams making playoffs or a team like the red sox for instance who were another sorta surprised team. They're also in that boat. Where maybe they're not quite as good as they were in the first half but they don't have to be necessarily anymore to make it so yeah it's kind of a crowded field of pretty good team so not that many racist that will necessarily come down to the wire at least when we're talking about who's going to win the division although your seating and whether you win the division or whether you win a wild card that may be endowed for a while but this is something we could potentially revisit in a couple of weeks as we get evaldo sir to the deadline and as the picture gets clearer in as we have some traits to break down so i just wanted to end with a step last that is sort of related to what we were talking about in that it concerns team. That is really not in the playoff picture but looks like it should be based on some of its underlying stats and with that little teaser. I will play step last song taking is so we got a couple of questions concerning the miami marlins who have outscored their opponents to this point in the season and have not had the success that one would expect got a question from mike who said on july fourth notice the marlins still have a plus twenty one run differential. What's the best run differential for a last place team. The marlins seemed to be really good based on notice and it's true they're run. Differential is no longer plus twenty one but it is still in positive territory. It's plus seventeen and you look at the teams that they have a better run differential than they have a better differential than the mets who are in first place in the at least the marlin tarin less place in the east. There's no justice. The reds have a positive differential but not as positive as the marlins the marlins have a better run differential than the yankees they have a better run differential than the phillies a nationals than cleveland. Who's over five hundred than the cubs than the angels who are over five hundred then the cardinals as well much better than the mariners who are forty eight forty three but have been outscored by fifty runs so things have not gone the marlins way. According to the base run standings at fan graphs. They have underperformed. They're expected record by nine. Wins nine wins. Yeah as the most that any team has either outperformed or underperformed. The red sox have over performed by eight wins according to the base run standings but marlins at negative nine and really i guess it comes down to the fact that they are nine in twenty one run games and that'll happen and sometimes it just doesn't mean that much you know you might think. Oh they have a bad bullpen. That's blowing close games or something. But they don't they don't have a bad bullpen. They just have had extraordinarily terrible timing. It seems like they're pitching has been unclench or has had bad timing or bad sequencing or whatever you wanna call it if you look at the pitching leaderboards fan graphs and sort by clutch which is on the wind probability tab only. The diamondbacks pitchers have been less clutch than the marlins which just means that much of the damage has been done against them at inopportune times. And you can look also at baseball reference. They have splits by leverage. And if you look at tops plus by high leverage so how much worse has the team been in high leverage situations than it has been overall. The marlins pitchers have a one. Twenty seven tops. Plus in this case higher is bad. So they've been twenty-seven percent worse in those situations and that is the worst baseball relative to their overall performance. So things have just not gone their way and pitching has been a strength for that team and they have this great young rotation even in the absence of six of sanchez who has a shoulder injury. And he's missing the entire season which is a big blow but even without him they have trip rogers and they have pablo perez and all these other great arms but it just has not worked out so you sort of have to feel for the team and for kim hanging her for seasons. Gm and you might wonder. Why did they pick up. Don mattingly's option recently. Why do they want to bring this guy back. And we've talked in the past about how mattingly has had sort of an unexpectedly long tenure with a rebuilding team. That is not made as much progress as you might have hoped and you just keep staying there. Well maybe one reason why they wanna keep him around is that the team has actually played better than its results in and fifty record would suggest so. That's tough anyway. Mike wants to know. How tough is it is speaking. What's the precedent for a team like this that his outscoring its opponents and yet losing so often so i submitted this question too frequent stat bust consultant ryan nelson. Who did his data wizardry and he found that there have been three teams ever to finish last in their division while maintaining a positive run differential so it has been done before the nineteen eighty four pirates finished last in the east. Six out of six with a seventy five and eighty seven record and they had a plus forty eight run differential the two thousand one rockies were last five five in the nfc west with a seventy three eighty nine record. They outscored their opponents by seventeen runs and the nineteen ninety one. Angels finished last seven of seven in the al west with an eighty one. Eighty one record so they were five hundred. They had a plus four run differential. So that's not actually that bad against the one thousand nine hundred. Al westwood stacked but no team has ever come in last place in their league with a positive run differential. The nineteen sixty six new york yankees came quite close when they finished. Last in the al with seventy and eighty nine record and a negative one run differential. They scored six hundred eleven runs allowed six hundred twelve. No other team has come in last in their league with run differential better than negative forty. Now on the opposite end ryan writes. There have been six teams to win their division with a negative run differential all in western divisions and. I'm more likely to remember these. Dmc remember the teams that outperform. I guess more so than the teams that were bad but had a good run differential. No one really cares if you had a good torrential if you had a losing record or finish last in your division but if you had a great record then people will point out that well. You didn't ask or your opponents. Maybe got lucky. So the nineteen ninety-seven giants won the al west with a ninety. Seventy two record negative nine run differential nineteen eighty-four royals won the aol with an eighty four and seventy eight record. Negative thirteen run differential. The two thousand seven diamondbacks. Who were very memorable for me. They won the nfl west with a ninety seventy two record and a negative twenty run differential. They are the only team ever to have the best record in the league with a negative front differential. The one thousand nine hundred seventy twins won the al west with an eighty five and seventy seven record again. A negative twenty differential. He two thousand five padres when the nfl west with an eighty two and eighty record and a negative forty two run differential and the nineteen ninety-four rangers in the straight year. That was a weird one in the al west as well. They had a fifty to sixty two record and a negative eighty four run differential losing record but the best record in the division but a terrible run differential so that was weird. The worst place a team has ever finished in all of mlb with a positive run. Differential is twenty first place which has happened twice the two thousand one rockies. Seventy three and eighty nine fifth in vienna west plus seventeen run differential and the two thousand six rockies seven six an eighty six fourth in the west with a plus one run differential the highest a team has ever finished in mlb with a negative run differential since nineteen sixty nine to weed out teams that finish third of eight for instance shirts fourth-place which was achieved by the nineteen eighty-four new york mets who finished with a negative twenty four run differential a ninety seventy two record behind only the cubs the padres and the tigers. They did not make the playoffs. And so the marlins are in pretty historic territory now with a thirty nine and fifty record that gives them a four thirty eight. Winning percentage and ryan writes that if they were to finish their that would be the worst record ever heard the worst. Win percentage ever for a team with a positive run differential. The closest are the nineteen o seven reds. Who finished sixty six in eighty seven and outscored their opponents by seven runs. So something's gotta give here. Basically either the marlins are going to win more games or they are going to start getting outskirt and i don't know which is more likely it's it seems more likely to maybe that they will end up with a negative run differential but also said they might improve their winning percentage to this point. Both of those things could be true. It would be very strange if they've maintained their current clip in both of these categories for the rest of the year. Yeah i think that when you look at assessing a club like this like shirley we have the analytical tools if. You're a front office making case to honor ship to be like. This is a promising ball club. And here's what went wrong for us but like this would suggest that we have really good some really good players who can help us next year and and we can launch into something. That looks more normal like this is such an unusual circumstance. So i'm sure it's disappointing to them. But i think that in some ways when you're when you're in that territory were what you're doing is so aberrant relative to what we would expect given the sort of underlying talent the squad what. That team is producing. It's almost easier to make a case to like stand pat or perhaps improve because really. This is just really weird. Like isn't baseball weird sometimes anyway. Next year right. Like i do think that it is a compelling case to be like. We could really do something next year and it might take some people by surprise. Because they're gonna look at our record and not have a good understanding of what we were actually doing as a team and then the onus is just put on the front office to say okay well what about. Is there something about the way that our club is currently constituted. That facilitated this weird set of circumstances to transpire. What's fix that thing. But what a what a weird thing. We all said that. The analyst would-be weird. And i think that we were right. But i don't think we anticipated the kind of weird it would be. I think. Yeah we got that particular part of the puzzle room. Yes i guess for the marlins. This is sort of the inverse of twenty twenty. They had a winning record and made the playoffs in the weird pandemic season. Great while being outscored rain so everyone after that sorta said well congrats them. They made the playoffs and they did it. Despite just having everyone get covered in a lot of adversity to get to that point but they were outscored and probably they're gonna take a step back and so in some ways they have taken us back but in other ways they potentially taken a step forward. So it's weird. It's like you get a discount last year's winning because of the rent a french Discount this year's losing because of the differential also all things told i guess you'd you'd rather have the winning record and playoff appearance and the run differential in the red but from a future standpoint from a project standpoint. You'd probably rather have this. Yeah that's the positive spin that we can put on this. Yeah for sure. I think that you wanna be in the playoffs but you. You really want to be a baseball team. So yes and i just wanna share a fun fact. Here's sorta stat blast. But i've been meaning to mention this. We've talked a bit about how the fact that the league statistics from nineteen twenty to nineteen forty. Eight are now being treated as the metric statistics that they were how that would change leaderboards and records and such and one implication of this that. I had not considered until. I read it in cripes great newsletter. Last week pages from baseball's past is that we now have a new youngest ever major leaguer. Which i just had not known. But it's kinda cool as i was growing up a famous bit of baseball trivia. Is that joe. Nuxhall was the youngest major league ever pitcher for the reds who debuted as a fifteen year old during world war two in nineteen forty four and he has now been usurped by an even younger player and to hall of famer roy campanella who now has the title as youngest player ever so joe nuxhall debuted for the reds at age fifteen and three hundred sixteen days and campanella has him beat now. He debuted on june twenty second. Nineteen thirty seven at age fifteen years seven months in three days so he has just edged out nuxhall. And that's kind of cool. Because i've always sort of thought of campanella as having a short career. That was tragically cut short because he was in a car accident after his age. Thirty five season and didn't play again after that he was paralyzed and didn't play after. Nineteen fifty seven and so his career looks kinda short but now it looks a whole lot longer because he had a pretty lengthy career in the negro leagues before he joined the brooklyn dodgers and he was not a regular starter all that time but he did make it very early on. Just quoting from craig's newsletter. Here although still in highschool camby was already playing professional baseball at that point at age. Fifteen in nineteen thirty seven. He began playing on weekends with the backpack giants a strong semi pro black team. It made a big impression on campy and his parents that he was paid more to play a couple of games than his father made in a week. Peddling vegetables and fish. Roy wasn't much of a hitter against the grown men but his defense was so outstanding that in june he was signed by the washington elite giants in the negro national league to give an occasional day off to biz mackey. Their hall of fame catcher mackey was also the manager and he took campanella under his wing and helped the schoolboy refine his catching skills and adjust to professional baseball and so the earliest box score with campanella playing for major league. Teams is the washington giants against the pittsburgh crawford's on june twenty second nineteen thirty seven so he now has several more war at reference because those seasons are counted but yeah imagine being a big leaguer at fifteen years seven months in three days and then he went back to school that fall and then after a while he decided to quit and start getting ready for the next season and stayed on as a reserve catcher for the elite giants until replacing. Aki as the starting catcher in nineteen thirty nine. So that's kind of cool another distinction for a hall of fame player. Very cool all right so we can call it there. Well as you may have divined. We recorded this episode before the cubs traded jack peterson. We told you they were raring to sell and they did so before we posted. The podcast peterson went to atlanta in exchange for first base prospect. Bryce ball peterson will replace ronald a kunia in atlanta's outfield. Which would seem to suggest that at least for now the braves are buyers not sellers. We will see how the next couple of weeks ago. We also recorded this episode before the outbreak. That caused the postponement of the yankees. Red sox game on thursday. That is not how anyone hoped. The second half would start if we have more details. Perhaps we will discuss that next. Thanks as always for listening. You can support effectively wild on patriot. I going to patriotic dot com slash effectively wild. The following five listeners have already signed up and lead some small the amount to help keep the podcast. Going and get themselves access to perks. Tom rhodes melissa. Danielson russell goldstein. Three games to love and gus links to all of you can join our facebook group. Facebook.com/group/podcastbeyond wild can review and subscribe to effectively wild on itunes and spotify and other podcast platforms. Keep your questions and comments for me and meg coming. Email at podcast. Fan crash dot com or b. The paycheck messaging system. If you are supporter. Thanks to dylan higgins for his editing assistance. We will be back with one more episode before the end of this week. How to you then see long saw.

baseball denver otani david fletcher vladimir guerrero nick valley ben craig jusu adam frazier tetteh Freddy freeman Meg liam hendriks zunino hendrix phoenix freddy freeman colorado julio rodriguez ray fosse
Listener Calls and 100s in Baseball History - Episode 100 Highlights

Baseball Together Podcast

1:05:20 hr | 5 months ago

Listener Calls and 100s in Baseball History - Episode 100 Highlights

"Welcome baseball family. Were doing something special for one hundred so like we said. Everything's going different different today. We to do a little bit of reverse rundown so we are. We are on zoom people sitting in our waiting rooms. They're not even patient patiently. Waiting might even be a little bit disgruntled more than a little bit. Possibly there's gonna They're gonna ask us questions in reverse rundown style so here we go i. We have Judy lindsey i. And she's been waiting the longest. Yeah bill lindsay is bill. There we said don't honestly feel good. Let's let lindsay are here. We go yay what's up Hey can you hear us yeah. Awesome thanks for joining us on one hundred episode. Yeah that's pretty great hundred big you sir for being a member of our baseball family. What is your question absolutely so my question for you guys and this is gonna be a good one. I don't know if you've ever heard it. What is your favorite sound in the ball sealed. Easy for me. I yeah the crack of the bat one hundred percent. It's my favorite son in the world Your shortly by offering glove. That's mine the glove. And i'll tell you why it's not the crack of the bat for me. The crack of the bat has changed. The sound has changed over. Time just depends on the would. It depends on his swing in it. Depends on how the ball is wound or not wound or what the material. But i'll tell you what that rawhide on leather never changes. It's the same every time it's the same in my backyard. It's the same at the ballpark. It's the same everything. Well there's a little bit of no it's the same you know. It's the same. Stop it right now brad. What's your favorite the same as you break. Yes same as you. I love it and i was playing ball. I love it adds ball sealed. Everything about it. It's just that that quintessential baseball sound. Perfect i mean. I'm not gonna not gonna say you're wrong one eight one to one you lose. You'd say it's a war. It's a percentage thing. Thank you lived for joining us. We appreciate it. Yeah thanks brad appreciate it. We'll see tailor law right dealers. Been the most patient out of everybody's looking louis says families. I mean they're all gonna be there. I don't know i don't know how many no welcome great you sound exhausted. Are you okay it. That's the angle you ever had house commanders time going. Oh you know that feeling you get when sometimes you just wanna jump off with yes. It's good i. it's fun. Because i say i've been charged a company but there's only thirty nine. I'm in charge of the tune. Yeah i'm a. I'm a platoon commander. Yeah but you get paid company commander pay. What's your question my friend. You're gonna ask me right off the bat. Well i mean. Thanks for joining us today. What's your question was going to ask you guys about What you guys think the whole cova deal where you think the league's going to go if they're gonna ever get away from canceling games with that going on because it's kind of annoying when you you've got favorite team to root for but postponed everything for every day. Yeah that's a great question. I'll take that. I i think they are going to get away from canceling and postponing games. I think they have to. I think it's gonna come down to vaccinations and that kind of heard health and they were all kind of going for so. I think if everybody can pull together and get vaccinated. Probably be alright. Yeah i think the teams are going to have everybody vaccinated by the end of the season. I don't i don't think the cancellation postponement Stick to the rest of the season. I think we're gonna be able to see every game. And i think at the beginning season it's going to be sort of similar to like rainouts about saint predictability more predictable because they might say okay. This entire series is postponed. Kind of like what they did was Was the nats in the mets opening weekend. Yeah they might say. Let's just moved all series and we'll do doubleheaders throughout the season. We find and then by that time everything will be pretty normal. I think silly and they've already got a mechanism in place to do double headers so easier to accomplish. The doubleheader thing is make up a little easier than having to pass so. I think it'll be good tweet. You think taylor. Well you don't wanna know what i think. Nobody wants to know what i think. That's why i asked him. That's true. No i mean. I think it's gonna come to a point where they're going to have to make decisions to either just charged forward and just give up being you know the his it's hard it's hard to not bring in my own like personal feelings. Sure and i know this is a family friendly show so is on honestly. I agree with you was mostly said they. They've got mechanisms in place. Then they're just going to have to make that decision whether or not they're gonna stick to what they're doing with the cancellations if they're just gonna suck it up and imply ford and just be baseball right So that's that's my hope. My hope is that they can just find out a way to get back to regular one hundred sixty two games. Yeah figured out. We can enjoy a full season without having to worry about any silliness going on. I think that for me the bigger question than is might come up later from somebody else saw jumped the gun a little bit but the bigger question for me is when are we gonna let every fan have access to a seat. There you go. That's the question. I really wanna know. I think that the players in the managers and the staff. Everybody's gonna they're going to work out how to play baseball on how to make that work for entertainment value but whether or not we can go be entertained in person on mass like we prefer to be. Is i think another question on entirely so we toured a minor league facility. Did the seats were zip tied so that there was absolutely no possible. Way that it could be misconstrued as available or not and no really tampering with it. Which i i thought. Great like if you're going to draw a line draw one. Yeah yeah so kudos to them. But they're making it very clear. So i think i think i saw the. Mlb is trying to have a capacity by august right. So we'll see. I mean. I think it comes down to vaccinate rates in rates things like that. We could apple stadiums by by the end of the season could be completely full. And that's what you're for sure. Yeah true so good question. Taylor thanks man appreciate it i try for you. I tried yes. We'll you're the man that's why you taught me everything i know. Be tell everything you're in charge. I never got to be in charge. And he still relying on some of that knowledge. But i am. You know i every night. Like oh i didn't get to be charged. Sometimes of glad. Look at the look these tire. Not that i haven't seen before you when you like. Have that camera angle. The way you did. I thought you had stuck your shirt with like. I say you're like plastic bags or something reminded of this picture. That taylor took me one time i was. I had fallen asleep in a chair during one of our musters. If you will end we were doing first class. And we had to learn cpr on babies. And i fell asleep in a chair and woke up with was like five six baby. Dummies like baby dolls on me. Yeah it was pretty funny so that angle you can somehow look like that picture as inspired by man inspired by. Thanks for coming on the show. We are excited to have you. As part of our baseball family appreciate the question. Thanks guys have a good night go sleep. He'll alright so we need to go to bill next. Is that right. Yeah all right. Let's go to bill and bill has been on the show before let's blow billion had that's correct and for those of you that don't know taylor is to be doing a participating in our arizona based altogether network shower so we'll be introducing that as well if we haven't already Not there yet. We're getting there. We're we're going to be they bill. Yeah you okay good. I got to work in this time for tried bill. Thanks for being here man. This is really excited to be apart of one hundred episodes. Yeah no i appreciate it. Thanks for asking. What's your question. I bill man actually wrote it down some stupid number for gas. So you're on death row you've been found guilty of crime. Probably talking smack about babe. Ruth for bringing up raphael ever sheiks. Adum a little personal sir you. I felt that he was cheating. You with that. All and ryan. Sorry what's your final meal on death. Row and i got a one meal left. What is your final meal. Okay my family friendly answer and fair enough is gonna be surf and turf. Like some yeah. I won't crab legs steak. And i want my steak done. It's berg rare absolutely no sauce. Don't come at me with sauce on my face. And i want the season to be lowry's straight regular I've thought a lot about this. Yeah and i need a garlic dipping butter sauce for the both steak. And because i'm a fat kid so i want the steak and the crab legs and garlic dipping sauce and i want to kinds of crabbing with dungeness crab. King crab solid choice options unlimited. Yeah i'm going. I'm going to hang heavy. Yeah we're gonna make sure that that that wrote does its job. You know. I'm gonna work with gravity than i could was going to say. Nobody's pulled on your ankles are on a. We're gonna kick the chair. That's the last kick will happen with rama's that's it. I respect. I respect everybody that that is that stay. Thank you thank you. Thanks for meeting in humor. I deal with that on a daily basis. So you're the right guy for that. Everybody else is a little worried baseball player. I was wondering because you had so much. Thought this so his. He thought like point eight. How many premeditated thought this word by this. Eight hundred triples e. and then. Finally this is what. I have to eat a heavy enough. Yeah i'm on the death row. Wait plan is what. It is me premeditated diabetes. Before i commit that crime. What about you. I'm asking celery peanut butter and raisins. You'll die anyway. I would die thirds. It wouldn't be quick though. I'll tell you. I like that answer to that. We could save. I'm allergic doctors. I got no. I think i would ask for a great big pile chicken wings. Oh yeah i rub chicken wing driver even like spicier than i'm used to because then i've got something else on my mind the the last existential crisis it's like oh this is gonna kill me. This is what's going to kill off doesn't have a surgeon. General is not good enough or know. We're all those look. Oh my gosh. it's so hot. I wanted to go because i make it through to tomorrow is double work. Build a great question serve. That went better than we got you here every week. Oh man thanks for coming on the road thanks back. We'll talk to this. Made it a full five minutes. Swearing me race is next. we have denise. let's see what going to kick out. Hey blake hey. I did sign me in. I like i went to change the name. I don't know why it didn't change it. He just for his cub scout soon. Meeting so i always put his name in their. They swear to god. I changed all of the contrary so it sounds made up the only want to change it because it's thanks for coming on and under that the so. This is exciting. Yeah i know what i'm sitting here with me of what has taken so long. Yeah that's us. Sorry bill on. You'll see a quick hold on before you can go to these brass request. I have to say so. Denise is in a group chat with those because he's one of the ad men's our nine plus get feed group. We talked to denise every day but this is the first time we spoke in her face to base it to any degree at all. I think you've heard a voice of turbulence podcasts. Yeah yeah so the first time. I heard your voice though the yet but this is the first time i've ever spoken face faces. Awesome it is magazine chicago at okay. So we've had some great questions so far no pressure but were excited to hear yours. I i've been thinking about this. And i hope i hope they haven't asked you so i know everybody's got an opinion on the da. Right and i'll be honest. I i can't remember what side of the coin. You guys are on if you like. The few hate the way since they had it last year in the last season in the national league because of the pandemic and stuff and they've they've eliminated that now You know come back to this. Season added in spring training but regular season the d. h. has gone from the national league. What did that change your opinion at all whether or not you like the d. h. Do you think it should be league-wide. Do you think leave it the way it is great question. You i said the national league fans kinda got a taste of what it's like to have a. Da a nursing h. In my life on the cubs other than when they were playing in america team at their ballpark great So it was like for me. It was it was odd to see it year round. I'm kind of wondering which side of the coin where you on to begin with and did that sway you last season with seeing it kinda leave wide for the whole season. I'm on the right side of the coin. Brad's on the left. And not just because video orientation. Because i'm a purist and brad wants to change things that don't deserve to be changed. They have no business changing. And i don't care what happened last season. I haven't changed my opinion. what does i begin. D. h. i don't like the universal d. h. I do like the american league. But again i go all the way back to. It's it's often not the way to go but in this case it is. I really do believe that. Universal d. h. Makes makes no sense in. I have always wanted university. I liked the I think a university of very good for baseball because it would level out the free agent market it would level the playing field for games. Because i feel like. I've always felt like there was a distinct advantage disadvantage during the world series enduring play. The numbers don't show that don't that's right shoulder that at all but to me. It feels that way because the national league is getting a hitter who they had the bench who they've been who's been part of the rotation there lots of bring that guy actually hit whereas the american league has their nine headers. Yep you know that you have but they gotta benching sacrificing but then you got a bench bench guy. Go natural and our pick by the way baseball players baseball players still. And that's fine but you. You're not going to have tom brady brady fence. We're not asking. Tom brady to play baseball. You're asking them play defense though. No it's so you know he'd probably window world series though he would buy off. This is repetition. still it is. You can't do it if you don't get the repetitions inning game. Repetitions are different. The then then cage repetitions of course so it makes a huge difference if you're only getting game once a week to hit as opposed to not. Have you know having a chance every day because even guys who come off the bench and pitch it one to week. They're not going to be nearly as effective as somebody is getting a game even three times a week. Do i think it's a competing skill. Yes do i think. That's warrants the universality of the rule. No i like the dichotomy. Between the league's. I liked that it changes the strategy. When you go to the world series. I like that. It's enough of a shakeup to to warrant true analytics in true straight when you jump into that situation world series. I love it. I think it's great. I want just enough dynamic that way and we disagree. I know of course agreed since it. Good question denise you care one way or the other you. So i'm the same way i i hate the d. h. Because i i grew up without it to me. You're a pitcher of the game. You should hit period. They don't get into the major leagues. Right i mean they go through the minor leagues. The pitchers are part of the batting order. Wary shaking your anymore. No college. we'd be high school. Yeah oh wow okay. That's news to me. it depends on the league. I don't want hydrogen. High school. were same way sweeping. Yeah and i've seen pitchers who can hit. I mean You know a great example. I'll say jake arrieta you know. Yeah right yeah. There are pitchers who can hit What's his name on cincinnati reds. Oh my god Michael something i think. His name l. o. Lorenza yes thank you michael michael lorenzen wright that guy can play everywhere in a tiny you know but i just feel like the pitchers part of the game. Yeah he pitches every five days so he's only going to get that but i see him in the batting cages. I've seen pitchers get home. Runs that i love when pitchers get home runs. It's so fun you know but then you know back to with brands argument. You know again. Look at shorter when you know when he came back from his he got that advantage of being the d. h. He didn't have to field. You know and but when they played at wrigley so game one and game two he was a hitter and he you know he made a difference and then when they got to wrigley sit because they wouldn't let him field so lousy came in as a pinch hitter. So but you know and then you see you know. The pitchers trying to leg out. So they don't get off and they get injured and hendrix tripped over first base during spring training. Like this is why we need a da. J- i'm like the thing you know you got not who's not a d. h. And he you know or just tourists shoulder. So i feel like the injury can happen whether you're you're pitcher not in if you're pitcher you should be conditioned to be able to run from home to first without tearing a leg tonight. I i think. I guess what i'm probably still on the same side as brig liked it last year. Just for that shortened season. But i don't know if i'd ever want it and it made sense and that's again two to one you lose. Thank you coming on paintings. Great crested yeah. We love it so thanks. Thanks see guys later goodbye. Yeah yeah who's who's next. I think we got a couple of people next right next. We have tim. Sergeant era guns. Tim show and grape and beano the colossus of cloud to colossus clouds. What's up man. What sorry. I like just walked into my work warehouse. How dare you. But i'm here. Well thanks for coming on the show and celebrating our one other episode with us. We're very excited about this. And we're more food our. I'm super excited. That beard is looking magnificent. Oh yes the beard. Yeah you're rocking do. Yeah what's up man. Look at those look at those off. Road vehicles yes. And i am covered in dirt. We've been on them. For the past few hours burnett beat that. What's your question tonight. I need to ask you a question. Any question yeah. It doesn't matter what it's about man number one question is what is the number one thing. You should never do never yells no. Yes what you've got this. Come on answer. Well that's the that is the yeah baseball related question. Mark question to you is how do you feel about the The recent and we'll get into politics. But how do you feel about. The recent moves of the game in atlanta is all starting the all star game. Yeah brad on this. I answered the last. You know it's. They're not the first ones to do it. I don't know enough about the voter. Like the palm politics political reasons that there was a precedent set by the nba years ago. They moved out of charlotte. The mood they move the all star game at charlotte. so is that. And i'm sure that they just kind of followed the same step of another league. That did something. They didn't agree with for whatever reason. Yeah my answer is going to be about the economy. I think it's gonna hurt the atlanta metro area financially. They're going to miss out on a ton of revenue a ton of travel money which it were all hurting for right now. I mean to travel entertainment. Hospitality Beverage and food beverage industries out there that that's what's taking the biggest hit over the last year with van dick of so to turn. That way is interesting mysolar. yeah man. that's a great question question unprepared. I i wouldn't prepared at all. You came prepared dirt over you find beard and you prepared. Yep boy with me and we're gonna get you on the show one of these days real soon so you can talk. Yeah braves michael jordan and all that good stuff. We've i that story. So yeah you do all right. I'm an well we appreciate it. We're going to jump on k. Questions sick to hit with some other people but have a great restaurant. Thanks for having me. You got him able to talk to you later. Guys bye bye. Okay we got. Jason affects scheepers zoomed in. I don't know what's going on. What is disgusting. Could stand back against the wall if you wanted to. That's this your face red where it is idyllic. That's horrible. i could meet you there. Her shut down with the hierarchy. What what's your question forest jason. No questions you got one. I got no question. Syria reverse rundown man. We're doing the rundown right now. You got two minutes to ask us whatever questions you want asked to no matter what it's about. Yeah i just want to stop in and congratulate you guys on one hundred episodes. Wow that's really nice of you man. I mean he's been on. What four five. yeah five episodes. Yeah now you've been on more than that scott to be more than that man was as asia is so. Yeah so yeah really. I thought it was three. It's great every time. That's why blend seamlessly or i like your kiss shirt. So like ask us a question about bought rock or something like a metal bands. I don't know. Yeah i'm i mean jason and i have talked about doing a music podcasts. Exactly that's what. I'm gonna walk up. Question actually was getting ready to do that. After brexit about music favorite walkup music favor favor hold on hold on. Let's rephrase this. What would be your walk at muse area. Go ahead at got this me to go i. It's you made me go for some hard one. I did a great handle. My walk up saw his back in black fight. Cdc nice nice the only option while because it is the world's greatest entrance song anything unless you're closer full then and then it is until we die by escape the fate that is the best entered songbird closer. There is no other answer. And that's clearly gotta be escaped Current singer not their original cause. Remember that zone. It's off their transition album. A collaboration you know k. Before you get too deep into this geek out session you got which. I'm loving by the way i tell you that you're wrong. My walkup song would be blues. Deluxe by joe masa. That's what it would be. And i wanna start at the beginning of the song. Yeah dude and it's that solo guitar blues. Riff it's electric. it's awesome. i'll play for you. Never heard nothing in order to do. Oh man is so good. That'd be my walk up some nice. Let's your cool. Yeah jason what you got. Oh man what would i go with. i guess i'll go with Since i'm wearing a kiss shirt i'll go with I like it loud by By kiss eleventh. Not bet not best. I i love it loud go on. That's really good one. That's a total stadium anthem. Type song data gotta pump upfield to it. It's what i will go with. That's a great answer. Well thanks for joining us man. We're going to jump into the next question. But we appreciate it. Thank yeah congratulations. Thank you thanks. Jason mandate later on twitter. Jets yet gypsum. Nestle on the line. What we have tim jensen on the line. Very good very excited about this. Tim hi thanks for waiting in the queue cubra man. of course it's nice of you. Welcome to the one. Hundredth episode of our show are really excited to deal with us. What congratulations you guys. First of all. That's amazing hundred episodes appreciate that. It was very exciting. What we wanted to get our fans that opportunity to get involved with our centennial celebration. All your question for us to well my question given all that i know about baseball which is very extensive by the way really is i have learned that baseball fans are a rather superstitious lot and as such i wanted to know. What is your guys as superstition whether it be before game or season wide. What are you guys can do to help your team win. Do you have any like traditions. Or things like pairs of socks hats. Whatever that you gotta wear. Because that's gonna help your team That's a great question so thank you. I'm not a superstitious. But i'm a little suspicious. That's a lie. I'm incredibly he me. I'm more than sorta spacious. Yeah like especially. When i was playing so i was worth two pair of socks Just keeping listeners. Whatever it was. I had to go right foot right foot. Left foot right foot in the pants. Left in advance pulled up then put the jersey on talk do everything and then put the belt on while that was what it had to go and go writing guard lectuing guard just protector. So everything's right to let everything was right to left. And then don't step on the foul line. Who of course the and they wanna go out to play is like if i'm playing field on the foul line. I'm going to the plate. I had to i had to have fresh patchett dirt. I had to kick the dirt around. Move it around and stop it down a little bit. Have my spot made the pitcher wait. I mean the empire wait. Yep always had to do it before it caught a single bitch. Wow as far as a fan. I have to find a spot on the couch right and move around from eating to inning until runs are scored once Sport stay yeah see. I'm the same thing it's totally neurotic. It's ridiculous but i'm the same way with food. Like if i was drinking water they start at scoring runs. Then i'm only drinking water. And i are very similar with my position like if i got up to be or go to the bathroom the i promise you i will get up to go to the bathroom. Every single time if they scored runs in if they if if something terrible happens it's the same way. I'll never do that again that day and it's usually that day. My expiration date is pretty abrupt. That's what it is for games like. I said yeah bounce around creating inning until the score gavin you start there the game or do you reset everything on. Start there every day so you started the same spot every day. I do too. I started the same thing. You typically the same thing everyday. Yeah do you have any superstitions or no. Okay well good avenue show thank you thank. You know that's really funny. That's a great question. We are a superstitious bunch. A baseball piece author our that though. And i'm actually just curious. Follow on is how many games are. How many times did you have to go through a game to realize that. That was the superstition that was working so like brad. You're always right to left. But how many games did you go through before. You're like wait a second. I think i'm onto something here It took one four strikeout game for me. Oh left foot. I does not work. That's a real thing that happens. Everybody else got hit. But i did not. Well that'll do it for me. Same question. I don't know i have no idea what happened. It probably evolved over my lifetime. I think the older. I get the more access to more than just water. I've had which is nice Make different food beverage choices during my experience. And yes that's definitely adds to the where i begin my day and dig a night game. Obviously that used to play a role in in that in those decisions. It doesn't anymore. I that's good. That's good man. I like that yeah. That was good question. I've never been questioned before. I just sit in my little neurotic bubble opening it goes well the gomel. Thanks for coming on appreciate it. Yeah of course thanks guys. We'll talk to you later. Our next we have mike mike. Mike thank you and and forgive me for the late arrival. Obviously when you're going to do this type of appearance you wanna make sure that you have the right photo. So i've been working on that but some of the time. Now i can't. I can't fault you for prioritizing appropriately. Thank you buddy. Thanks for joining us today. This is as you know. Sir hundred episode wanted to give everybody a chance to jump on maybe quiz us a little bit because everybody else that comes on the show and if you had a particular question we'd be really excited. Answer for you while brig. I do have a question. So i don't know if you know this. I am a boston. Red sox fan. No your or your first place boston. Red sox winners of five straight games so my question is this for both of you. What is more surprising. Eight games into the season. The red sox being in first place in the al lease or the yankees being last place in the al east. That's easy the can take this. Yeah we were just talking about. The most surprising thing is the red sox beat first birthplace. Because i call this early season. Pickup for the for the yankees. I saw this coming now whether it will persist. Nobody knows obviously. But i think that this early season mash unit. Everybody's hurting were can't figure out we're doing we've got by jay bruce and put him at first base. Just just keep thinks goldwyn. This is crazy. I saw this coming out but this is crazy. Yeah we both other abused slow start for the yankees so i think that the red sox first places more surprising yeah. It doesn't make any sense to me. I think baltimore was in first place for like seventy two hours and that was surprising. Fort unfortunately for the red sox day just didn't realize that spring training it ended so they didn't show up for the first three games of the season and then once they once they sat down. They had a team meeting their weight. So we're on three like the season's underway. We lost three in a row up. Fenway and they realize now they've won five straight games. So i envisioned the socks going undefeated from here on out. Bourbon start fittest almost three legit. I just got three to one. Odds in vegas for the red sox go undefeated so i took out a second mortgage on my home but two hundred thousand dollars downs. If they go undefeated the rest of the season went six. Hundred thousand bucks can stand to lose two hundred thousand jobs to sam but let's be honest. There's no way i'm gonna lose your right. You've seen the red sox play lately if it's based on the quality of rafael devers cheeks. You're gonna be in trouble. i have to know. Like which bookie did you took. Did you go through yet. Three to one that. I looking better now three. I mean most. If you go look around vegas right now. The expectation is that the red sox are gonna go undefeated so most of them are only doing like one to one and a half like. You're getting a fifty percent payback. Assuming they go undefeated. So this was i had to go overseas and find someone who really wasn't that familiar with baseball. They give me those odds. So i feel good about it. Got a book sri lanka. You know two three odds as little confused by a whole lot better. Well i i saw briggs video the other day of giving you a baseball glove and it was offensive to me mostly because we know if anyone has small hands. It could've used a small glove brig. I can't wait to give you something next time. I see mike now. Man no man. I'm scared of what that could be. Let's be honest. let's be transparent is going to be a beverage. It's what's gonna be. Well then i'm happy you go. Yeah you should be gentlemen. Congratulations thank you one hundred. That's awesome appreciate that. It's a lot of fun. Thanks for jumping on the show with us. I know you got stuff going on tonight. So we'll let you go but we really appreciate you taking the time jumping on. Celebrate with us all right. Thanks guys go sox. you're the man. Bye bye that was really cool. That was a lot of fun. It's nice to get a little bit different side of the point there. Yeah to To get here directly from some listeners. We wanted to try to do as much of like a call in show as possible and so this was the best way we thought to get. Get that experience for us. Get up for listeners. Really cool to get to be face to face with people. That was a lot of fun. I think may fifth. Emc will do that again. Do it again. Yeah maybe we have to regularly. Yeah we should do. This is too much fun. Yeah so if you missed this time there will be another chance and we want to hear from shirt jeff. That's exactly right. let's get back. We'll get back Camera angle too. Yeah welcome back baseball family. Thanks for joining us this far. If you've made it this far with us we have got some treats for you brandon. I did a bunch of research and we decided that major league baseball and its history ought to be celebrating our one hundred episode with us. That's reasonable is it not. I don't see why it's not. I mean if you can be one thing. You should be efficient. That's right so what we've done is we've gone through the histories. We've we've just taken as much information as we thought was pretty cool. Pretty relevant all around the theme of one hundred so brad. Why don't you tell us what the i detail is. You just pick one thing. I just wanted to say real quick though it does feel like one hundred of school for kindergarten like zero to hero and right one hundred and everything so all right. So we're gonna do like briggs said one hundred stuff one of the things that i found that i thought was actually very interesting. Was the first player to make one hundred thousand dollars salary. Okay that's fascinating because we think of baseball players that they're always going to have been rich you thinking about your money and that's not true. Though at one point they had fulltime jobs and part time jobs. Whatever baseball was not the only thing they did like it is now so in nineteen forty seven was the first time we had one hundred thousand dollar player. Make one hundred hundred dollars. It was no other than joe. Dimaggio the man himself. Joe dimaggio the man himself. Joe jody d. Excuse me You mariners fans out there. Brad does know who. Joe d i do i do know. Is that recording. Good so i just wanted to make sure that they everybody even on youtube could figure out that the other joe d really. Actually i got introduced to joe dimaggio when i was when i was obviously kid right. Oh my hopes about like personally but like is because there you were so i bought a an. Si kids ken griffey junior on the front obviously is going to buy it and said jolt junior. I show my grandma's grandma. Check it out and she goes and she started singing. Jolt and joe dimaggio right. Who's that says. She told me. All about joe dimaggio. Nice my grandma. What a terrific woman. Absolutely fantastic. I know all about that. Now yes that's alright. We went through and we wanted to learn who the one hundred inductee into the hall of fame was and i'll bet you never guess because we couldn't either but it was red faber. Red faber was the one hundred member of the hall of fame. Inductees he was. Let's see was a pitcher. He had a sixty three point. Nine career war two hundred fifty four wins two hundred thirteen losses a career era of three point. One five brad. That's terrific. That is terrific. That is tricky. He pitched four thousand eighty six and two thirds innings in his life areas career. Fourteen seventy one strikeouts and also twenty years all with the chicago white sox which have we not proven is like one of our favorite things ever. Yeah it is. He's in the hall of fame. He was part of the nineteen seventeen world series victory to time. Era title winner. He passed away in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy six born in eighteen eighty eight and all with chicago. It's about this. He played his very last game in nineteen thirty three when he was forty five years. Old forty five. That's he came. He came into the big leagues age. Twenty five played until he was. Forty five did you know that he has his his war. Among pitchers is thirty fifth overall. All time wow. That's pretty good. That's pretty good for pitcher. Yeah i mean like just pitchers. But i think i think we were talking about this. We're looking at this kind of stuff. Yeah that war is kind of a Like the guys who have the highest war almost like compilers like war over a lot or is a compilation statistic agrees oh twenty years. He's gonna be up there. But it's it's an accomplishment alone to have a consistent enough career to have positive positive enough war over your career to be able to accumulate that much right. He didn't fall off right. Yeah which is great. Yeah what do you have next on your list all right. Let's look at the one hundred and the voting so this isn't the one hundred. Mvp not we're not going to be one person because every you have the al beginning didn't but anyway so the one hundred mvp voting that was just in two thousand eighteen brig. Wow not that long ago. Wow we had mookie betts in the american league at the time with the boston. Red sox and christian yelich with the milwaukee brewers a couple of great layers who continue to. I mean those guys are still in our peak peak at the mvp year. Especially mookie betts. He's he's going to be a perennial. Mvp candidate for the next three or four years. I'm assuming top five. Oh yeah every year and christian yelich. He was down a little bit last year. I've said this before. I don't care who was up. Who was down last year. It was it was a janke year totally different. So yeah everything to get everybody pass. Yep yeah i agree except for luke void except for he just went on a tear. We're all appreciate it. And then we the royal we of course so the next on our list is the one hundred world series champion. The one hundred world series champion. Let me go back to the royal. We'd the new york yankees triumphed over the atlanta braves in one thousand nine hundred six four games to two and you know i think like once i found that i think i remembered either. A patch. A logo something that year. They're making a big deal. About being the one hundred th world series yeah and suitably of course. It's almost like it was meant to be. It was meant to be with arguably the two of the greatest teams of all time true certainly of that generation of that decade most certainly absolutely maybe even two couple of generations worth of the greatest teams at a right there Definitely braves teams were outstanding. All it was amazing. Okay so we don't. We have not reached the one hundred cy young award or the one hundredth rookie of the year yet. in so the san was first given in nineteen fifty six. That means the one hundred. It'll be given in two thousand nine hundred fifty five twenty fifty five so we're a ways off from that one still the one hundred. The first rookie of the year was given in nineteen forty seven so that will put one hundred and twenty forty six. I mean that's not as far off as i originally anticipated. That's only twenty five years. It's not bad so yeah kind of freaks me out a little bit. we're all. Yeah okay so you know what. Maybe we'll get to do that time all right. Let's do it. yeah for sure. Committed that no commitment so something else who thought it'd be cool to do was to go through some. I mean really we we. We found the top the top five six five or six pm run leaders of all time. Let's find out the day. The scenario the game everything about their one hundredth career home run in that cool baseball family. We go we all out about this. We spent a long time geeking out of super cool. So why don't you start Start with barry on your home. Run leader gary bond. This was on july twelfth nineteen ninety in pittsburgh versus the san diego. Padres off. andy benes because he used to be re run home. Run to right field. It was Home so solo. Homer solo knows three. Run homer you're right. Oh my gosh. I who brad anyway. This awesome so three. Run homer to right field to put that in perspective. This is what i stumbled me. I stumbled over. I dunno i stumbled me as great high stumbled up over. It was his first. Homer was hit. June fourth nineteen eighty-six right so to put that in perspective that is that's about five seasons to reach one hundred which actually parade normal. Well you'll come to find out where he lands in his progression. Yeah you know. And that's that's something that is funny though right. He's pretty normal at the beginning of career. Amen he became abnormal. Yes he did now all right. The next seeking new better than i did. We'll get thank. You know pressure right. We've only done this over one hundred times beach. People manage better. Give figured out alright. So hank aaron holds the number two spot in the all time home run hitting list and he hit his hundredth home run august fifteenth nineteen fifty seven so that was his second homer of the game and so hank aaron hit his first homer in nine hundred fifty four so april twenty third nineteen fifty four. It took him his fourth season to reach. One hundred home runs his fourth season. And that is the normal pace for somebody to set a record. You'd think you would think that would be the pace five seasons not five. Yeah yeah eddie. Who unless you're if you're doing right exactly right atom saying okay. Let's go onto babe. Ruth currently number three on the home. Run list the colossus of the colossus of clout that wimpy deer so babe. Ruth hit his one hundredth home. Run on september twenty fourth nineteen twenty. One was in new york against the washington. Senators rent versus. jim shaw. This was a solo. Shot the bottom of the first inning. This was the second game of a doubleheader kind of a fun fact and the first game. He homered at the bottom of the first inning as well. This is the polo grounds and this game. The yankees wanted to walk off. And wouldn't you know who scored the winning run the behave. He did a so babe. Ruth hit his first home. Run may six thousand nine hundred fifteen so this was six seasons to reach. One hundred was in his sixth season. That's right and he and you do see him over the course of his career. Just the first few years he really amps up at the beginning. Starting a lot of home runs not not at their trajectory. That barry bonds used his career but he definitely picked up from his rookie year. Yeah acceptable norm agreed. The next on homerun hit list. Alex rodriguez he hit his one hundredth home run august twelfth. Nineteen ninety eight seattle at toronto. This is what he's playing for. The mariners versus niro rodriguez was a left field. Shot in the top of the seven and a two run bomb. He hit his first home run. June twelfth nineteen ninety five. He reached one hundred in his fourth season. Very good four seasons. It's cool kaz. So i think i've heard this before okay. The time that i got robbed of announced vegas homerun. Oh other teen domes. we're we're sound field. And an era hit a home run. And the i. I was standing up on my seat. Ready to catch the ball. I do know this and the guy in front of me reached up and grabbed it any way back. Yeah it was like right in almost in my hand. Yeah that would that would have been one of his first hundred home runs. It would have been has. It was the summer of ninety seven. So that's cool. The that's amazing. A little bit of context. I like that. That's all right. Let's go to our holes. He hit his hundred homerun july. Twenty two thousand and three in la against the dodgers. I'm assuming the does where's yeah. Yeah yeah. I guess the dodgers when he's playing with the st louis. Cardinals still verses overalls peres. That wanted centerfield top of the fourth. That was a two run home run. Yep his first home run came april sixth two thousand and one that is just three seasons. Now there has been little to no controversy surrounding albert poodles. He was just a freak of nature. Home runs he was twelve. Yes that's the only the only concern. Yeah seriously the like. I do remember him. His first three or four seasons due on incredible incredible base l. That's right and honestly like you said there's no reason to suspect him of anything. He's never come close to testing positive for anything. I have heard people say yeah. It'll buy but there's never been anything to support. I don't buy is different than yeah. Here's the thing. I'm not allowed to say totally different. The next on the home run hit list. We have to lift willie. Mays not to be confused with willie. Mays hayes as runs like. Hey you got really as august seven. Nineteen fifty five new york giants at the cincinnati red legs yeah cincinnati reds legs. This is when he was with the new york. Giants this heat this Homerun came against joe nuxhall in the top of the seventh. It was a three run bomb and it was in the first game of a doubleheader. He hit his first home. Run may twenty eighth. Nineteen fifty one. He hit this one in five seasons us. One hundred home runs in his fifties and yeah pretty normal so for those of you might be compete about the red legs thing so we actually did think about this on tiktok about how the reds during the fifties chains name back to the red legs. Because i didn't want to be associated with communists yup so interesting little fact took the old name brought it back for just a few years and then went back to the red sox. That whole thing was over kind of crazy. Yeah the red scare all right. We all thank you for land. You're welcome appreciate. Yeah yeah. I love you. We have ken. Griffey junior june fifteenth nineteen ninety-three in seattle against the kansas city royals versus billy brewer pitcher There's no you don't say. In the bottom of the eighth for a solo homerun his very first. Home run came april tenth nineteen eighty-nine his first pitch first at bat kingdom bingo bingo. Bingo bango bongo. That is a shortlist that took five seasons for the kid to reach one hundred again recall setting. The pace is between late. Four in early five seasons regent hundred year record center on and he would have been had. He stayed healthy in cincinnati. Because i don't know. I mean hank. Aaron played complete. Students were very long time. He did barry. Bonds obviously pick played complete seasons for a very long time. If you're had been able to play complete seasons. I think we have seen him much. Higher analysts agreed. Okay so i'm going to pick this up now. The this is my favorite detail. Doug is up the one hundred major league. Baseball all-star game will not occur until twenty thirty. One it's crazy isn't that crazy. It is yeah especially since we didn't have one last year. Because i see her note on here barring any anomalies barring any anomaly as we had last jets right oh all star game. Well and in nineteen forty-five they didn't have an all star game either which is more now. This is the interesting part. This is the part. I was really excited to talk about two all star games. They had to all star games in nineteen fifty nine nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine thousand nine hundred sixty one and nineteen sixty two. That's really interesting. Ya were the doubleheaders or was it just like a weekend event. I don't actually know all i'm saying. All i know is that they had to all star games in four of those years so doing the math was really hard for me. Because i'm really bad at a trying to figure it all so if any of you are ways kids out there and you wanna correct anything. That's just totally fine. But yeah no. I thought that was that was really interesting. So barring any anomalies and that goes on either side cancellations or doubled on all star games for whatever reason i think i wondered if maybe these were national league all star american league all star something like that. I don't i don't know or they just had big rosters and they just let him play to could be at the time. I don't think they had the all the home run derby So it could have been you know. Just stretch out more events because actually digital homerun derby used to be a show in the winter. What yeah homerun. Derby was a tv show during the winter months when there was a lot they will go down but like florida arizona and they would do homerun derby. Tv show not a thing now it should be. Yeah it'd be better than having a during the all star game show. Yeah yeah could you imagine if they did that with like bringing in High school or college player. Let them use a metal pat against the big leaguer. Would bet that'd be pretty. I'd watch it. Oh yeah i'd watch it. That'd be cool. it'd be a lot of fun. That's pretty cool. So that's the one hundred. Mlb all star game will be in twenty thirty one very good. Love it all right so we like to talk about war on this show. We do Only the statistic wins above replacement war. The war let's be honest. I mean that's different show. We could talk about that. But today we're gonna talk about wins above replacement and and players who reached the one hundred mark. There are only twenty sorry thirty one thirty one total players who reached the one hundred war career all time career all time one hundred or better war thirty one. Zero of them are active. This correct. they're not all timers or deadball era players. That's true because the we're talking randy johnson's on that list. Right we're talking. Roger clemens is on that list yep I think griffey might even be on that list. Is he overseas around. Eighty okay. Well then a the next closest guy number thirty two on that list sits at ninety nine point seven and his name is albert pool halls. I think you may have gone up since you looked at the last ninety. Nine point eight. The angels have played since then. Yes atta boy. Alberta anyway but because dexter fowler messed up his knee day Yeah that's so sad mayhem. We were heartbroken for him. But greg maddux's on their tithes tied at twenty. Six led to grow mike schmidt schmidt. Non seaver got ricky henderson guy. Luke gary my main man. Yeah and we've got the unicorn. Baseball cards mr. Honus wagner home owners. What's lot does eagled. He is number ten with what one hundred fifty one thirty point eight. So there's actually a pretty big gap so there's like a lot of guys like there's three in the one thirties one in the one forties and fifties. But so you've got walter. Johnson is number two one sixty four point eight. Then you go up to the number one guy on the list. Mr babe ruth dub abe of route one hundred eighty two point five g so he is almost eighteen points better than the next guy behind him. Well that's because he's a cy young pitcher right. Yes i on calendar. Young talent has caliber totally. I mean homerun king. Yeah overall terrible person. No just kidding fun. Loving guy yes. That's the word. Yeah from love and boisterous. No they're all hot. Dog literally did not mean to besmirch the bay. I would never do that. Who did it worse you were me you did give you. Let's ask bill listed there. We go bill. Bill wants to know. Bill's got the well. That's it for us baseball family. We really appreciate you sticking with us through one hundred episodes for those of you. That have been here since the beginning for those of you. That are new. We welcome you to the baseball family. And we're excited to carry you with us through the rest of whatever shenanigans and adventures up to so that we promise you would wheels come. Yes it's right and don't forget as always to jump on the shop. Nine plus dot com. I n. e. peel. Us us dot com. We are we actually okay. So this is a prerecorded up so for those of you don't know i'm sitting here physically next break. Which is not normal more off cast and of you know that but we spent this weekend brainstorming and racking our brains coming coming up with new ways that we can improve the show and better serve the audience. Because we truly appreciate you guys. We appreciate your support. Were well aware of your support of the show. We truly appreciate it So they're gonna be some new things coming down the pipes of new audio video Lots of new t shirt designs were very excited about it very very excited about. It's gonna be great. Yeah so hop on the shop that rhyme like hop on pop up shop. Go dot go fox in socks but lexus. Grab rate interview the podcast. Yes send us. Your comments concerns snide remarks questions. Whatever you want through the mail bag on baseball together dot com and baseball family. Once again you so much for supporting through one hundred episodes and we'll catch you next week.

baseball red sox brad national league Judy lindsey bill lindsay denise taylor american league joe dimaggio new york yankees jake arrieta Lorenza michael michael lorenzen wrigh jason van dick scheepers Ruth cova joe masa
Hit Country! Froggy 102.7

The KiddChris Show

56:48 min | Last month

Hit Country! Froggy 102.7

"In other wolfback media assault. Thank you for waiting an extra wbz blitz. And i wanted to talk. Oh everybody's talking about trump. let's not forget. Trump was in the wrestling hall of fame. We remember he's in the wrestling hall of fame. And when you go you go back to the fake news all the time and with the rest when they say called the airplane spin is a i. It's not an airplane spin it like a helicopter twirl so why not call it al aqap. The twirl is not a airplane. They spend like a propeller. What did he get the hall of fame for. I know he was involved in that takedown outside of the ring while they put them in a hall of fame but i just wanted to why they call it a airplane spending not a helicopter. Twirler something did you know what. I'm not a wrestling fan so i couldn't answer that question for you. What are you queer. One iota guy. Apparently the likes running one with guys in tights. I don't know i'm not quite sure. Shot jimmy jitsu for the wolfpack is probably. That's a class that is what are the. He's got a couple of the classics halloween. The classical too. Yep listened to the mrs. That was the name of that show. He called that show just begs to be called the have their balls broken. It is a kid. Chris show Phone number is five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine. It's still we'll we'll clear up. I guess later today but it is rainy and asked me out. It's going to be like seventies this week. Yeah but that's good eighties. Yeah i was out yesterday at Zimmer chrysler dodge jeep ram and we were set up outside obviously and it was. It was beautiful out yesterday giving away. Well no i try to remember. You don't do it that much. Oh We we're signing up people for vip seats. W fireworks thing. I swear to god. I wake up in the middle of just going to fire me. Wbz all you can eat. Every year. i go there and meet the listeners. Of course yes and eat the pizza. He's late nights slice. I'm gonna crush it. Yeah we're picking a winner for that. I believe it's later. I don't remember something's happening today. Eight thirty. I can't remember everything. So everything's a big blur we're flipping formats. You could happen to you. Never know so cowboy chris's fireworks right here on froggy one to seven. I think about it. That would be the cheapest way to go to a format because you already have the frog. Yup he just put on all the country music and you just go what is called frog. We've been doing it for forty plus year right. Yeah that's the way radio does it. Do they make people disappear. I don't know who that is. I don't know what you're talking about. He never worked here back to the hits. Nope don't know who that is. Everybody's have a girl named dawn patrol on brian. I like that. Why did we name rachel when she started doing mid days here on. Espn dawn patrol. Where were you when you were not in. that meeting. never asked to go to meetings i. I am told what to do. Nobody asked me. Hey what do you think. Chris they go do this. If it fails ranko. seven hundred. wwl w is here. I didn't have a chance to watch any news or listen any news. So where are we at on that big news this morning is that the university of cincinnati. This will be requiring. Vaccinations oak. The students staff faculty members all have been told as of just a few minutes ago. Actually that they have to get vaccinated. October fifteenth wow or face it's astounding number disciplinary action. If it's a student you wouldn't be able to enroll for classes in the spring. So we're talking over fifty thousand people impacted by this orders. The biggest order affecting Any organization the tri-state to date see one of the biggest employers. And then you add. In the forty thousand students that are enrolled and you've got a very significant percentage of the population who are going to be impacted by this. Are they going to allow peaceful protests against that people the protests anything and everything right they want. Yeah so this won't change the policy. It was weird. They put up on the website last night. And then the news got out and people started reporting and then it was pulled from the website so we were like. What are they doing it. Is there some kind of What's going on. Of course when the the people who speak for the university of cincinnati when you try to get them. You can't seem to find them. Who had to get an explanation. So premature me. I've been told this morning by some people who go to uc. The mail did go out today. Okay so i think it was probably just a matter if they wanted to inform the staff and i somewhere along the pipeline it got on the web and then they pulled down and the email went out this morning. So we're going to get to the same point in the end and that is vaccinations required the other big issue. We're starting to see here in the tri-state is jammed. Emergency rooms oh yeah and the hospitals are very worried because a number of the people who are coming to the emergency room people who have minor covert symptoms. And they're just going there because they wanna to test yes to know if they have the virus but they're clogging it and they have completely clogged up to the emergency room to the point where they can't handle all the people who are coming in and they can't care the way that they want for the people who are seriously ill. Yeah so they are pleading with people that if you have minor covert symptoms if it's a different story if you can't breathe or you know you're having some serious issues but if it's a minor thing or if you're just looking for a cova test our number of locations all over our area yeah where you can get that done and get a prescription if you need it to deal with some of the symptoms test and protect cincy dot com is the health collaborative website that they've set up and there's all the locations where you can go. I mean there are home test now now that you can do that will determine if you have covet or not and then you know if that would be positive. You could call your doctor and get a prescription for something to help. We'll the other news was surprised you didn't lead with. This is that gene. Simmons is now positive for government so kiss Playing in dayton and all its. Everything's postponed so because this is the retirement tour the end of the road tour. Cnn guests wrote schaumburg retirement Door about nineteen eighty. Yeah well he wasn't sick it so we'll wait see but how it all plays out. The other side of is that i heard that people getting vaccinated is through. The roof has jumped some sixty percent. Yeah a over levels that we saw when all tailed off at the beginning of summer and hamilton county. You know we're still like sixty two percent. Yeah i mean it's inching up. We were below sixty when this latest wave of cova cases hit so seeing an increase. I'll tell you something like that. Order at uc could really move the needle. You're talking fifty thousand people in the community. That's much about one point. Eight million right but with a lot of students get vaccinated in their hometown. Not everybody's from sets it still. I mean more than not a commuter college and then you've got the more than ten thousand people who work for them right in the staff and the faculty You've got pride the third or fourth largest tristate employer. It's so weird. So people are getting their first shot. That'd be obviously. And i'm looking at when my booster is right. You know what i mean. It's like A lot of us are in that. Yeah yeah you're wondering when you're going to get your third shot and some people haven't had a i. Yeah you know. it's listen. People have had the opportunity to do it. Now it's well. I think that's why there's like two worlds right now. It's us who are gone out and just doing what we do. Yeah and then. There's others that are you know backstop. I mean the reality is. I want to do something you know. You're going to need that vaccination passport. I mean like one example of a nephews. Younger was going to go to the. Us open with his dad. Oh to watch some tennis this week. It had it all set up ready to go and then at the last minute found out that you need a vaccination passport to get into the grounds there. Wild so great trippy at plan. Well and i know our show With the you non-point on saturday is going to be You have to have a vaccination. You're at the ovation require that. Yep okay well that's a mr. Brian comes from seven hundred. Wwl w coming. In here. I was in great moot now. We'll of course everyday like this plan on. It's like if you're looking for a downer. Just talk to brian cole. Yeah you motley. Crue is well. They're not. They postponed their whole tour. You know the stadium tour and all that stuff in at first they offer. David lee roth to open up for them. Okay daily roth said this is a quote. I don't open for bands. That i influenced. Okay that's awesome to be in that situation. They've moved right there. Sorry not gonna do it. Motley crue So deaf leopard is you know. They're the ones that are on the road with them. Or we're gonna get gonna be yeah but deaf leopards in that state were like Let us go and open up for you so we can show you how it's done Yes we can get out of here early. Yeah we could get out of here. Early get paid the same and not be a big blow to out of breath like you guys are. I mean i'm not gonna when that show was you know is gonna come here. My whole thing was all see leopard. I'll see poison. See joan jett. They were all going to be you going to be the one that goes on last like i'm out. Yeah right i would see them. Hit the stage. Because i like the excitement of hits the stage and then i'll be like yeah. I'm going to beat the traffic. Halfway through the first song vizier is gonna be out of breath throughout the rest of this. Yes i'd katie catering vintimille that's his nickname. It's me were calling him does he. Doesn't miss many anyhow. here is new music. I mean yeah. I'm never looking for new music from durant durant. But i'm okay with it. Yeah i like singing along leopard or to other andrew. But i don't know this one it's new right wing three. Oh oh that's how i like. It though sounds like it came right from the eighties. Yeah which is what you want with during their in those guys that i would love to sit down. Obviously i like to do it on the radio but my guess is they. Wouldn't i just want to hear the stories. I can't even that banned in the eighties was too good for them. Even as a as a kid i getting. Mtv and seeing those dudes you go. You're still confused like well Something's going on with me. Where i kinda want stuff and you see those guys you go they they can do whatever they want and they get all the hot girl getting all the girls. Yeah they can. They're wearing makeup. Yeah girls love it. No one's gonna say thing except the girls are gonna have sex with them and you see that as a kid growing up and you know okay. That's how you do it. Thank you should have been in the bond. Yeah right. But that's also i think it was. The was the thirty th anniversary of pearl jam black or no ten right. Yeah and they released like a an isolated track of the song black from pearl jam take go And so did own gives up. Kim few too so to has its you back before digital stuff you know so it's like you still hear the tape instill still here bleed bleed through and all that it's it's it's voice. Yeah it just shows you right there. It's not fix. The vocals is pure stand span round a pretty good right. It's really. I mean right here. We go now. That's original mix ruined it so sorry dude take from the top caller on. Yeah are you doing all right. Gonna question probably going up a mix it okay Let me get some viral tickets and they got to come down and got what you guys if you don't mind sure i'm a big fan of w. it'd be are you gotta be dick about makomo man. I put your show for fifteen years back that you could come down. What do you mean. Do you treat you like crap man like hold on. You're yelling at me. Yeah that's meet that's it. Don't get mad at me if i've been here. Fifteen years since the philadelphia days today. But i am cool then you have a bit to be addict but i say that that was media right sir. One hundred percent grey. dic correa. Your stick dick explain it. He's gone. He'll on the radio so Do you live here in cincinnati. No my my my girlfriend lives in. I know you're coming tickets. Yes tell there is no tickets. It's a free event. No front row tickets. Oh no i. I don't have those giveaway. God i were giving them away. I'd be giving them away. You wanted to get him some. You could what i'm done. What you show maverick. Air cool jab toys de. There's a perfect example. I can't wait to get it when i said you could go. Not gonna listen to you. It's a free event that's it. I'm done yeah how dare you. I don't need this by the way we gotta do. Is for buddy johnny five. He did. Leave this voicemail for everybody so you So you know. Johnny five is the guy that comes in from northbrook. He's the muscle machine. He calls himself. He lives as a professional wrestler. Twenty four hours a day. Good for him. Yes and very violent man but you. You never know when you see him though. Because he's very contained. Be never knowing that bombs go off anyhow. And he's a think he said what sixteen seventeen times special olympic gold medalists. But here's a voicemail. He left me for you. Hey chris you five On september four. I'll be there For the Restaurant in southern w the of fireworks so It's gonna be In the afternoon so all the fans of glue who isn't allegories five. He had to bring all their cell phones to take picture of the muslim. I five so let them know on. The radio Me sure to Look on they. Just look under The for me the west race other. Wgn fireworks tragedy the by by now the problem there is got the date wrong. I mean down there on the people are going to be there with their cameras but probably a lot of people down. They're putting their tarp steph. That's true for they don't float away. He should go down there and see them While he says it's going to be down there for so so make sure you bring your cameras and stuff. I most most people. I think have cameras in their phones but I think it's a good idea. Because data lot. He's a special attraction as well. Johnny five the muslims chateau and hulk hogan comes out here. That's our whole. We claim johnny five. These are whole holt by the way. If you go to kick chris dot com. That's got a lot of traction yesterday And it's been around for a little while but it said that preacher guy And he's talking about how he used to do like a youth camp or whatever one of the dudes at one of the kids that was in his youth camp was like a little rowdy and stuff and he referred to as playing games with the lord. He didn't like when he played games with the lord. No so this guy is telling the story to his congregation about how he punches kid. There was a young man. And calgary is name was ben and i was running for a few years and he was just he was a nice kid. He's one of those kids. it was always just. He's a real smart alec. Who was a bright kid which didn't help things right. Made them more dangerous and we were outside one day youth group and he was just just trying to push my buttons and he was just kind of not taking the lord's serious and i walked over to them and i punched him in the chest as hard as i crumpled akin just crumpled them good for you. I leaned over. I said ben when you stop playing games with god commanded lord right there right. There's times that that might be needed. Gotta pay attention. You gotta you gotta you. Don't play games with the lord. We're also get punched in the chest by an older man. yes father grow. Yes johnny con by will be done on earth day are giving bread the fezzes and we does not look cuts passes against a but river from evil power and glory forever. I'm and give us trespasses and and wrestling path to front row to wrestling and giveth amen. That's the johnny five freyer to you cursed out the segment said you then man right sir. That's what i do not very nice. I do that when alleys as we love to segment. No it's not true. I love sir. Celebi meets nine. Yeah comes in and gives us all the sports updates. Yeah we pretty much know what sat as it really update. Yeah thank you for that though we have a double-header today with the reds right right that's good and it's all brought to you by cullen electric wiring. Today's world at five one three two two seven forty-one twelve at colored electric cincinnati dot com looking residential and commercial work. All their work comes with a ten year warranty. Wow cardoza dreads ran down last night. Excuse me in a day night doubleheader. Today at the big ballpark downtown at one hundred. Joe nuxhall away. Wade miley in the opener. Sonny gray and the nightcap game one starts at one ten nightcap at six forty and al central last night milwaukee upset san francisco against sixty two. I don't think the brewers are gonna ever lose balls out. Yeah they sure did the reds now down to the brewers by ten games wildcard san diego blanks arizona. Three nothing bright blake snell seven no hit innings for the pods so the reds and padres are tied for the final wildcard spot. Now with twenty nine to go if they lose to both today. There's trouble correct that they're out the off tomorrow. And then those detroit tigers come to town. Well tiger suck right. Well they got mad. Miguel cabrera's probably coming to town. If i ain't gonna hit fifty in three day that's true this is the reds are always Cincinnati is always there to help a losing team bengals update bengals waving twenty players yesterday. The reach required fifty three man roster among the top cuts fourth round. Pick and a starting guard michael jordan. He's going to go on to play basketball. Running it jacqueline running back. Jacques patrick and trayvon williams were let go along with tight ends. Trend taylor thaddeus moss so some of those guys that go cut yesterday yes may come back. They're gonna announce a practice squad news. Now those are all guys are cut. They're probably all future famers in future super bowl winners. We'll see michael jordan. He's gonna play basketball think he's going to get back yet. He's gonna play for the chicago. Bulls the baltimore. Ravens organization will be donating one million dollars to the hurricane ida relief fund. That's a nice thing yeah Cincinnati cyclones's named jason. Pain is their new head coach. Replacing matt thomas who has offered the who is off to the american hockey league. Yeah pain is currently the only head coach of color and professional hockey. Why is this a big deal. I mean look. I get it. Even he said on the news he earned his job. You know. he's a great coach. Yeah so let's just judging by that. Yeah the players love him. Don't make a big deal out of this. I mean he played for the cincinnati mighty ducks. There pat themselves on the bat. In one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and two thousand and cyclones assistant from two thousand eighteen to twenty one thousand nine hundred and he's also he's been known to be a fighter to Back in the day. He's had some scraps. That's good. I the cyclones if they i love hockey and i used to go to all the games until the Until that one due disrespect me so forget it now. I wouldn't buy that guy in. Forget it College basketball n. K. u. is added. Four more go. I'll go we go. That guy you want go that guy you wanna go. I'll go that guy. N que us added four more non conference game to the nurses twenty twenty one. Twenty two season and k us gonna play at home november ninth against wheeling home to alice lloyd college on december twelve. Now alice lloyd colleges and pippa passes kentucky know about two hundred and thirteen miles southeast of the queen city road games at eastern kentucky dreaded colonels and december eighteenth or not on december eighteenth and then at indiana no december twenty. That's a big game college football night. Big games for three hundred. Ohio state opens against big ten foe minnesota but western illinois faces ball state and tennessee hosting the falcons bowling green. All up for me. What's going to happen with all these different. Like big tens and all that it's going to be like a new organization like a new Like they're merging something. And and i don't know i mean i mean you know texas and what oklahoma's gonna the sec that started earthquake again right so The pac twelve a big eight or big twelve and big ten of joined an alliance right the alliance right right. So they've they. They're like the n w oh. Yeah of college football now. So they'll wait and see what happens with that group and they're gonna they're gonna you know because that could f- over a lot of i mean you know you never know in the big twelve to this teams looking for that. Yeah it it'll you know it'll rear its ugly head again. It's kind of calm down now but then all of a sudden somebody will go. We wanna go to the well. Why do they get the choice. Is there a commission or anything m. o. n. e. y. Arena south of salvation. My boy yeah. That's what it's all about. How did they get the college. And they're being organization gun. Make any difference. The sec sec is going to have everybody buddy. What what about when. I lived in syria darrow yet. They're part of the big east. The big on syracuse is a big east basketball. Still there. okay. I can confuse i dunno. It's weird but in limbo because they don't know which way they do they get to choose it. It all depends on the green salad. Salvation money. Mango yeah well. Let's all what it comes down to. It's all about that cream. Cash rules everything around me right here just like right here word. Well thank you very much segment brought to you by health electric boogie. Woogie colin electric with a man. Andy man candy. Andy cohen bengo yes. It's happy wednesday. Everybody sweetie just a few days before the big bang. that's right. menial sunday big gang vat will be a big one. That's for sure. I just got a picture from somebody that we know. We work with and they just moved into a mansion. Not not yeah. It's it's a mansion like richie rich. Yup it it. It's a this couple. Is someone that. I'm i'm okay with having success. I'm very. I don't like when people have success especially in the radio business because in the radio business. It's not about whether you're go. it's about who you know. It's not about like. Oh he's so good. We got higher now. It's like oh well so and so no so and so all right. We'll just plug him in here. Well yeah that's all. It is who you know because it's about you know if you're in the business still after awhile that means you can get an audience is just the person's got somebody's gotta give you the opportunity and that's it but there's guys that don't deserve it. That's for sure girls. You're not allowed to say that. No no every girl's supposed to be on top no people in radio and general story. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah i see kenny. Keti sue for you. Stuart w pedroza from the manila law group stewart stewart's. Everybody hates attorneys to you. Need one right. Is that pretty much people like me. Yeah now they did yeah. We're trying to find himself to call in. Well you know depends on the day in the moment. How much of a do trump the acting like. So twenty four seven. Well that really. We got to give him So what you're asleep. You're cool sewers from the manila law. Man the actually be hanging out the western southern wbz fireworks as well right s. i will. He's been invited. he's one of the. The high ups is far as able to go into the vip tent. Where we're not even allowed. Ooh we do. We get boxed lunches and soggy sandwiches. Can you guys anything no. I am too We usually have to ask for that. Like hey can i have some. I sneak over some beer. No that'd be nice hieaux side. We can't do that. Sure you can got legal backup right. Are you ready to take some calls. Give the coal is here. hi cole. You're on the air with stuart. W penrose stewart. I have a question thousand twenty one. Volkswagen take on bought march this year. I've only six thousand miles and it's been back and forth to the dealer now three times the first time for the check. Engine light They diagnosed with a cylinder misfire. That was a five hundred miles just recently. Two weeks ago my wife took me to work and my daughter were on their way home that they're michener on or sitting at a traffic light. The whole car started shaking and surging. Rpm's we're going crazy ammo. I i worked for a repossession company. So i just i just tell it into the dealership so i tote it into the dealer because we waited three days and they gave it back to us so they can't find nothing wrong with so we show them the video in the picture of what it was doing and they said there's nothing wrong with it long story short that we're on our way home and car started shaking and all these lights pops up. It's the attention your engine is running. Error start stop. Sow parking brakes era. Start stop eric. Drivers dora context. Which because minute the dealer for over a week now and they still can't find out what's wrong with the off. I called volkswagen care and they said the best they can do for me at this point in time. Just give me updates. And they don't know anything at all. What's going on with vehicle looking. Do looking to know if this would be considered anything about lemon. It'd be possible to sue. Volkswagen for all vehicle. Well a couple of things here. Want to see what the what's going on with your warranty i Yes a lemon law may apply to this. When did you get the vehicle. Yes march of this year. Okay so it's within. The within a year had more than i believe. I don't do work but you wanna talk to somebody. Who does i believe. It's three attempts that they've gotta have to be able to fix the car get. It's back to the right working condition I don't know if you're they're not yet. It sounds like there's a lot going on with this but Yeah you're gonna wanna talk somebody who does lemon law work and see if this applies but at the same time though you know look into whatever warranty you have volkswagen. This is a brand new car. The should have a pretty nice warranty on that thing. They gave a rental vehicle and everything. But that's yeah. We have a great warranty on the car. Covers up one hundred fifty thousand miles but six thousand miles. You know. we're starting to think this wrinkles becoming unsafe. It sounds like a lemon sounds like a lemon. Yeah smoke what a lemon law lawyer. And he told me. It is not eleven. Because it's only it's a brand new car said. I don't understand eleven's sewer eleven. Turn lemon law. I would defer to what he said but that at the same time. He's got a warranty on it. You wanna look see what that warranty has and try to push that through as best as you can if not you know. Want attorneys not the end. All be all and everything. There's still continue dishes. Maybe talk to him again or talk to a different attorney. Okay thank you that sucks. Yeah Josh is over here to talk to stuart. W penrose a Josh you're on the air. Yeah thanks for taking my call. You're very well really have all the details. But i think i have enough to maybe get a little bit of an answer Song calling in regards to my brother He bought some. He bought a house and there was a house that was existing as next as property It recently went up for sale. And the people that bought it Run a run some halfway houses and they're turning this two bedroom two bathroom house and do a halfway house for eight Grown men that are just out of jail for any offence has brewed. And it's gonna be unmonitored and it just it wouldn't be such a big deal. But it's how the properties arranges just super close And all the all the neighbors is super upset about it. I was just wondering if there's anything we get there they're getting around it Because they're calling it a single family dwelling but it's eight. You know guys out of jail have no family ties each other whatsoever so i don't see how they can do that. You guys can make make complaints to the city. I don't know how what kind of neighborhood this is. If it's all residential or how would zoned that could play a factor into it They may have under the ordinances. They may have every right to put this house here They may not. But if there's you know if there's problems that are caused by this. What i mean probably going to happen. Let's be honest here. Complaints made with the city. I mean have. They opened this house up yet. It's already an existing house and it's actually open up the business rather. Yeah it's it's right outside. Yeah they are. I guess they already run Some halfway houses. I don't know but he's saying is there. Are there former guys. You know former jail people living in right now now. It's at empty as of now. What not in here anything. Yeah i mean go to the news them on the news yeah they may have every right to put the house up there. I mean these places have to exist somewhere. I know that's the thing we talked about. He called a little earlier. And i said man. It sucks. because you don't want that you know it's it's but you understand it. It's like well. Somebody's gotta you gotta give people a chance to get right. But i don't want that to happen next to me. Here's the thing. It may not be bad. Do you know what level of criminal or moving in It could be any offense looked at their website. That could be. I mean it could be anybody could. It's not great not great. I would think if it's somebody who's been convicted of a sex crime or yeah you may have something as far as that school. A school close So the town is bethel ohio. And it's actually right outside of bethel so it's not in the village it's in the township So i don't know if that anything it's it's probably about ten minutes school but the city of bethal. If you all acting unison yes something together. You could try to get something going that way. I don't know if you have a legal right to stop. this now. Depends on how this zone and with this is set up a business. This is set up as a home. I don't know but certainly if you guys make a lot of noise to the city to the board over there that could i mean do you think bethel could've been given a heads up that this was going to be something well like i said i think it was more of a township issue than than bethel Because it's outside the village. So i don't think they really i don't think I'm telling you people don't like that you go on the news and start throwing people under the bus under less than that. Okay i get the neighbors to act as one. Yes boy that's interesting. We never had something like that before. That's because that's like you said. That could be really really bad. Yeah floor could be nothing. Well you gotta look at like this. These are guys that are getting out. Put him in the halfway house and stuff. It's probably because due to overcrowding whatever so the the worst of the worst probably staying in and these guys guys white collar crime beds. there's no. I don't think they're druglords druglords either. I think they're probably you're probably your lower level criminal or somebody in the process of really reforming. Live chef yeah coming out of addiction or something right. Yeah and you hope that they don't slip back into it and rob events you know okay. I'm not rolling the dice on that. Yeah that greater though. Here in the studio w penrose off the radio and we're geeking out about these are three grown men geeking out about how jon moxley from all elite wrestling coming in next week. Yeah right yeah my tickets. I'm going. I can't wait. Yeah who you going with. I'm going with my buddies from law school. Okay that's great. I invited out. That's what i wanna do. Sit with a bunch of attorneys. This is a pleasant time. I love a professional wrestling action. Single thing about the law the entire night. that sucks. because i'd like to talk about fun anyways. It is interesting. Though because he was a professional wrestling there are obvious assaults. That happened outside of the squared circle. When the competition was supposed to be. You would think that you know like subtypes arrest cold all the time for attacking somebody you know you're like well. Why don't they just press charges and arrested guy and say listen. You can't do that. Outside the squared circle is you know. That's that's where he's supposed to be safe in the rings. Where all the action supposed to happen you know. And that's an attorney w penrose. How good more charges. 'cause i think the chaos outside the head with a chair attack you people in the parking lot and all that would stop in the world of professional wrestling. If someone like yourself stepped in and brought more order penrose goes away and lexington hardcastle comes out right huge fan of all this stuff. He'd get so much joy overseeing stone. Cold steve austin had. Vince mcmahon the head with a bedpan ever that moment with the world decided we are not arresting professional wrestlers for her still. Steve austin was escorted away from the ring. At one point to cop came back later that night. Yeah that's illegal. It is and that other person who was assaulted has a lawsuit against that That police department writing statutes past okay. Stone-cold has immunity. Have you been attacked outside of the ring if you have problems with your vaginal mesh talking about your personal promise. This is derek. You're on the air w penrose. Hey i appreciate it very much Just i really don't know where to turn anymore. I've been trying to call counting for I thought nobody calls me back or anything basically. Cbs took my kids he legally. I got the judge saying in courtroom and basically they. Nobody wants to do anything about it. They my three young kids and they took him to. I don't know it's all that baltar homecraft whatever thirteen other kids. In the meantime my four year old daughter was raised by seventeen year old boy that which they call me at work and go. Hey it's okay. Don't worry about it there she is. It's cool derek. Why what is the reason now. We go hear the other side. Why was there for taking the kids. Away from you My wife was doing things. I guess i don't know we're having it. I see I had somebody else's kids something happened. I don't really know it all okay. So you don't know really know your court they. They're taking your kids from you know any mind didn't get into their personal okay. Okay but why. What did they tell you the reason. Why was you're losing your daughter. You're in court a judge to decide. Basically they just the way her mom told me was they come in her house. You grabbed my daughter was like taking his kid. Something about the pregnancy and the baby was born. They took out on drugs or something like having kids that come. What's the what's the real reason you don't. Nobody's just gonna marjiana's not even court when the judge made his decision. No no why why he had. That's a big deal. It is a big deal. Like cps kinna why were you. I'm a semi driver. I'm on the road. Like i wasn't there right but this is your dude. What would you be in court for that On the road. And i didn't know on it like they just come out and then when i got back to court and stuff like that. If you're not going to tell us like this he's just here to to bitch about courts. Don't you show up and just pay kid mine. Trust me i have kids. Nobody's just picking up kids. Because i like to collect them. They're expensive mike stewart. W penrose is here. Go ahead mike My whole that whole. I gotta take a break okay. Then we'll come back and say. I'm sorry it's it's an important day today. It's very busy all right. Suit penrose is here. Take legal questions at five one. Three eight one three seven nine seven. Now they're gonna ask legal questions. It's up you got to put it all out there or how clear story. I can understand guys around. Basically basically i was driving and they told me later that they're going to get my kid but i didn't know until later if you don't ask you if you don't ask direct questions they will talk in. Circles are in the middle of a story talking circles and say nothing. I know george. W penrose who will be at the western southern wbz fireworks. You'll have his own kissing booth set up we. Will you come up. Ask legal questions and then get one right on the lips tongue. My wife won't mind. She won't mind no she. She won't because she won't be looking should be with me. Son go for it i. That's a married man right there talking but that did take i. Don't you're angry early. The paint is still wet on that. This year is carl. You got a legal question. For stewart w penrose from the manila law group. Yeah thanks for taking my call. Appreciate it I moved into a new development. That has an a and last year november Vials that were given to me. When i had to close in stated that sheds were permitted with prior approval so i filled out the application which is four pages one sexually just pertaining to the sheds and i got approval. I got a letter stating it was approved. I then took it to the city and had the city approved zoning which they won't approve it. Unless i have hoa approval. I built this shed and then in january the developer turned eight. You're way over to the homeowners. And the new president of hoa is saying that the files were incorrectly a free so therefore the sheds are not allowed and they have to come down and in the meantime not only me but many other homeowners have you know four or five thousand dollars. Invested in building sheds willingness down. At least you're not alone with it. You got some other people that can help you fight that fight. I've never lived in hoa. I read a long article today. People just complain about hoa's and how did the worst thing ever and they just like just live to annoy you and it's lived like poker and pass people it's like you know i wanna live in a home but i miss all the rules and regulations of an apartment. Let's have a hoa and how to live my life. You know they they just sound like the worst thing in the world and they're just run by karen's but anyways so you've you've got you've got the already proved it before that's seems like that'd be grandfathered in your city approval. Tell this guy to go pound salt. What what what a bat. What backlash can you actually do. You hear the vials. They say they can put you know once they notify you by letter. They can find your twenty five dollars a day. Good luck good luck. Arkansas arkansas here is they approved the sheds. We have it in writing. Yes but what's to keep them you know. I had an approval for a deck. What to keep them from coming back. You know six months announcing a change my mind. I don't like decks decks down right and you've got a bunch of other people in the same situation. Yeah you need to work with all those people get on the same page together. I don't know if you're on the board of or whatnot. I'm sure you have some friends that are that are work with them and you know. I think they're going to be a solution. That's done that way you know and also if you just keep blowing off those fines what are they gonna do dragged into court. Then you're armed with all the paperwork. Yeah it's it's just kind of petty straight. These are people that are probably in student council and school. It's a certain type of fetish. Put them all back in the locker. All the get back into the lockers just wanna wheel power. Just it it. Just some idiot just wanted to wield power. That's all it is all right. Do all right. I'll work with other people. Yeah yeah it's power number's. Hoa seemed like the worst thing ever. Yeah why would you ever want to move into a community like that. I mean if you join pain. The lawns We haven't lately. Did you have to get approval for your hot tub. Five one three eight one three seven seven east of naked guy. Well you can't see it from the from the street and stuff so yeah but we can't put up a shed and all that if you're caller is like one twenty four th off of like the color pattern of approved then. I can't remember what they don't anybody about stuff. But i know they. They spend money on stuff. That doesn't matter. And like there's these two neighbors that we're fighting over the drainage or whatever it was flooding the yards and And it was. It wasn't because of the the sewers it was. This guy was piling up. Would or something and it was blocking and in these two neighbors were fighting their both gone now but the hoa is spending a ton. They spent a ton of money to get people to come out and dig up all the The drainage is see what the problem is. That wasn't a problem. It was this guy that was piling of would justify job by spending money on something so now at this company came in and obviously like today. Away let's overcharge them the gonna do this neighborhood. So i mean yeah that was. I don't know how dead on that is with. That's what i was hearing. And i know the neighbors in where i live. We're telling me that. I should go on the boards. Now not happening. That's why the whole concept of nature ways just mind-numbing to me. This here is mike. Mike's breathing heavy on the phone right. Oh i'm trying to make a quick last february brother and my grandfather had lived in place for four years maybe where he passed away and its sister the poverty and they came back always well. We'll have to leave. You didn't have to move out. And then a a few months later. Her son comes back his house falling apart and he wants to move in or my grandmother lives and he's putting all kinds of his wife's been making letters putting the he's putting them in our mailbox telling us that it's it's in your sister's name right and my grandmother's grandma's it in my so your your grandfather owned a home lived there with your dad. Your grandfather passed. He left the house to he. Was your grandfather's home right. Now hold on. Hold on hold on let me. My grandfather's sister saint. Okay yes but when your grandfather died. He gave it to his sister right. Yes and he didn't give a life estate or anything else to your dad or anybody else to be able to live there for the remainder their life but there there was never anything written like that. We never had this issue before and has he. He came back to her son came back. And what are you looking for falling. In where i could when i was code was stopping us from getting kicked out and i'm trying to figure out another way to maybe take this to stop it from happening because they haven't sent us to really vixen letter. I 'cause my grandmother. She's now she ain't got along with the live and my mother takes care of her full-time so i'm just trying to figure out where to look. What road at this point. Here's he who's living. There is doubt my grandmother my father and my mother because they they take care of my grandmother. Full-time okay grab my mother does. And then the butcher grandfather's sisters the one who owns the home. Yes sounds like she's got the right to do what you want for that. Quite frankly unless unless there's anything there in the will i mean you guys can. Can things have things are amicable with her. That sounds like the easiest way to do is just approach directly in about it but you know if if not there could be a landlord tenant tenants involved but i don't see based on what you're telling me if she owns the home outright yet. There's a lease or anything here. There's no law against bad taste. You could be a yeah. That's unfortunate garbage erica. This was put out. Will stop stewart. I'll see you in the kissing. God i it's been canceled. He'll be i it's been canceled. Well stuart thank you very much for being a part of this week Next week we'll see you early because Wrestler is coming in. Because you're you know you're a ten year old grow up your anyways. So yeah but we'll see you next week as you could see. There's a lot of chaos because we have a lot of stuff going with the western and southern wb and fireworks. Tell yup coming up next. We're gonna pick our winner. The western southern wbz fireworks. Perhaps you heard of it. It's happening on sunday and a lot of things going around spinning around the fireworks. A lot of great Activities involving you and your family and i know That's a big thing with western and southern in studio is one of the bosses. Because he's got a nice sudan. Explain exactly your role at western southern. David edmore chris. I am the vice president of public relations and corporate communication. Okay so we got. We got a big story to tell and our job is to get it out once the letters. Vp earn something. You don't want to cause any trouble with you. If he is a big deal well very important very important certainly not right now the biggest deal that we all have our roles. Yes you know western and southern. I was doing cool things throughout the community and stuff and one being obviously the western and southern wb and fireworks and we have a Thing that we do every year called the fastest way to fireworks vip experience which includes you. Seven friends right. That's like a police escort in a limo. Right now right. I you get you get taken down. cincinnati's finest front row Front row vip seats and it's just an awesome experience in one of a kind thing and it's always cool when someone wins it. That obviously 'cause around here in this area area. Everybody grew up here. families The whole family tree is gone at a fireworks and it says something. That's a tradition. That goes on and on and on last year. A little bit of a hiccup but this year. It's back bigger and stronger than ever. And i know we have a winner that do announce right now correct. I certainly do My great pleasure to To announce that amy sword is our a grand prize winner over here on the phone. Amy i better here tears. That's a congratulations amy. Good job amy. Congratulations now tell us your story are you. Where are you from. Norwood norwood okay. Did you grow up around here. Okay so this is something where you and your whole family have been going to the fireworks forever right. Yes yes and then now look. You're one of the very small chosen few. Obviously getting the fastest way to fire works. Vip experience courtesy of the west of western and southern. How about that. I thank you. Yeah yes who. Who's gonna go with you. I don't have seven friends. Do you not only had been in. My children ruined with the kid i know. That's it's funny. My wife and i are going to the western so the wb and fireworks and we already kicked our kids off to somebody. You're bringing your kids down there. Okay well props to you well. That sounds fun. That's going to be great. They're going to think about that. How are you going to do anything with your children after something like that. Taking a police escort in a limousine to the fireworks. After that. they're gonna wanna front row at every concert. They're going to want to every artists they're gonna they're gonna like. I thought a stroke. Ma ya well. Congratulations david's Pulled the winner and You are that person with real great talent emmy yes and your kids and everybody will be sitting front row as well checking out. The fires is going to be a pretty awesome experience. so congratulations. we'll be in touch all right. There's just that was easy right. Were you nervous. I was yeah. Why meet meet right there. He's injured going into the fireworks. Funny story This is a gentleman who thinks he can throw a football over the banks you know. The apartment sounded banker. Yeah one year. He fought with us about how he can toss a football over the top of it. It didn't happen. Vice presidents are definitely through it as high if not higher than the bank's and fortunately the arc wasn't there over the bill and then the other thing was this happened before we got here. He thought he could run some kind of brake fluid dash. Andrew luck ran a four actually five in the forty. I was like. I can get a four nine. Blew my hamstring. Right here the hallway. That was not for lack of trying. Yeah was fifty at at that time now that he's at that age or whatever he decided one day. I'm going to go rope. Swing down at the lake pulling children from a bus and and Forgotten just like the people on america's funniest videos how they always forget to have the you know the tension on the rope swing and he went running and pulled his hair or is his twice his own. Yes so going for me your thoughts on your limits in life right. Well yeah we we. We all know our limitations and And it sounds like a meat as a guy doesn't spec them assessment actually pretty accurate born with concussions. But i love the fearlessness. He just keeps getting publicity spin. Yes some call it stupid. Well did see new again man. It's great to be with you. Thanks for having us. And they'll really looking forward to seeing you guys down there on sunday. Be hanging out at the western and southern wbz firework this. Is eric. losers from hamilton. Called the kid chris show. I've one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine three seven nine and tap it on the phone big boy.

wrestling reds university of cincinnati al aqap jimmy jitsu Wbz ranko penrose Volkswagen basketball brian cole vintimille durant durant uc makomo dic correa buddy johnny chris dot
Coach Jim Brown Interview

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

2:07:43 hr | 1 year ago

Coach Jim Brown Interview

"Before, we begin episode one sixty seven with coach. Jim Brown I have some sad news to share about my previous guest. Kevin O. Boil passed away in asleep this past, Saturday, the day after episode, one sixty six was released. Needless to say, this is a huge surprising loss. Kevin was a great guy, a great co worker tremendous broadcaster. We lost a great friend Kevin. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to the pink ribbon. Girls at fifteen south second street tip city Ohio four, five, three, seven, one in Kevin's memory. There will be a gathering of friends and family on Tuesday July, fourteenth, twenty twenty from five to seven PM at a memorial service at seven at the. Newcomer Funeral Home Kettering Chapel at three, nine, four, zero Kettering Boulevard in kettering mask or required for this event. Thank you. Now onto episode 167. Covering sports the Mid West. It's the Mid West sports network and WFAN DOT net. It's episode one sixty seven of the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcasts, and our special guest is Jim Brown the color commentator for Wright. State University basketball, and also one of the first assistant coaches for the Raiders Jim has also been a head coach for North my high school and teaches a class of right state. We're talking plenty of Hoops, coaching and local sports on episode one sixty seven. Welcome to the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcasts with Lee W Maui. This is a weekly podcast covering all sports in Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio from Lima to the Ohio River Northern Kentucky from Eastern. Indiana to Madison County, and all points in between. This is your source of local Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio sports visit the lead WWL DOT. com slash podcast to find your favorite podcasting platform music created with the splash APP. Time for another episode with your host Lee W. And on the phone we have. Jim Brown Jim. How are you today? I'm doing fine. Thanks for having me on. Thank you for giving me some time today to talk some sports. Let's begin. Where are you from? Well, I've lived in in Dayton since I was about six years old, I was actually born in Idaho. My Dad was in the navy, but we moved to Ohio he was a high school basketball coach for a period of time. And in nineteen. Fifty He gave up coaching and we moved to Dayton Ohio. So I looked in Dayton. Since nineteen, fifty one to Belmont. High School graduated from there in nineteen sixty two. What point did you decide? You wanted to get into coaching? Well. You Know Basketball's always been a sport. I've really enjoyed and I had a really. Great experience as A. Junior high player at Grand Elementary School added great coaches nameless. Fritz far he really. He was the kind of a coach that made basketball fun I mean it was a good teacher and a good coach, but he also. He also made it fun and I I think by love for basketball started with him, and of course I want to Belmont Highschool Plate with coach John Ross, but my my I, probably real serious thought about coaching was when I was at the University of Dayton. I was a senior. And I took a class coaching glass the same class I still teach it right state by coach Don. Don Her. And toward the end of the class, he approached me and said Jim. I have a friend that the. Needs a bombing tear coach, and and I thought you wondered if you would be interested in and so I did I took the job it was with. A Gym Ayler a longtime friend at that time I didn't know him, but he was the head basketball coach at Fairmont East at the time, and I went out there and coached a sophomore team out the JV team, but a sophomore was a team for kids who aren't good enough to maybe make JV team, but had some potential, and they wanted to keep them in the program, and I coached that team, and that was. That was really my first experience with coaching and. To be honest about it. When I graduated from College, I I had a commitment in the army. As an officer and I ended up my armie career in Vietnam and wallet while I was in Vietnam near the end of my tour. A letter from John Ross my high school coach, who had just been named the at basketball coach at Wright state and was wanting to know if I would when I got home, his assistant coach. I didn't I didn't hesitate I. I wrote right back and said Yeah I. Make It home safe and sound. I love to do that and that's that's. That's how I got my coaching career started. Was it like to be part of the first coaching staff, right state. Institution that was just getting underway as a program. Well you know I was a young guy I was working for John. Ross tremendous experience won a state championship at Belmont High School and I think it was a lot more difficult for him that it was for me I was excited. You know this is a great opportunity as a college. Coach. And there were tremendous amount of. Is We didn't have a place to practice. Every day we ended up practicing at various sites. We were at step inside school. And! That sounds fun, but we didn't start practice to usually around nine o'clock because. Stebbins set their own basketball teams, and of course they hit first priority, so we could practice their once they got done with all their teams. We practice down at the fairgrounds Coliseum, which was right across the Miami Valley Hospital on the fairgrounds. We would practice there. It was just very difficult. We had no trainer I mean I. Learn how to take. Thank goals and do those sorts of things, but it was exciting for me because. I was I. was doing something that I really love now for John Coach Ross you know it was a much different situation because he had. been a longtime high school basketball coach, Edmond a lot of success, and and it was tough. I mean we we. We were playing with freshmen, sophomores and we were playing teams. Have Been in existence for quite a while you know. Smaller schools are bind capital schools like that, but they had established programs, and we were just starting out from scratch. What was it like to recruit to a school? That was just right out of the gate from scratch. Well we had. You know when we first started out Lee, we didn't have what you would call a full scholarship. We had a dollar figure. I can't remember exactly what it was, but it wasn't a whole lot and the I i. don't know maybe three or four years. We pretty much just recruited Ohio in the in the reason for that was if we recruited an out of state student. It costs US twice as much because of the out of state tuition fee. Our first four recruits billfold from Greg mccurdy from Senator Bill Jimmy Mention Carol a date McGill from Belmont were all kids and I I would say. The first three or four years. That pretty much what we did. I think I could be wrong about this because it's going back a long ways, but I think maybe the first two players we actually recruited that were out of the Dayton area was pop. Brody and my curve from Cincinnati Elder High School, and that's when we were able to. Increase the amount of aid that we gave kits and. I think we started out. Those first four got like five hundred dollars, but. As the program developed and we got more and more money we were able to offer more money and eventually. We were able to give full basketball scholarships. How long did that take in your tenure right states? But that's a good question I. I don't know. I it started out that we had the dollar figure. And of course that kind of made it. made it I mean I can remember driving to Cleveland and Youngstown because those were it. Oh cities and the in state tuition applied, and it wasn't until we. With with the university decided look we'll. We'll give you scholarships instead of money. that. It opened the door for us to go to Indiana and Kentucky, and and and Michigan and it really changed things for us in terms of. Recruiting because it was only bowers Indianapolis. It was four hours youngstown three and a half to Cleveland, and you could get stuck in an hour fifteen minutes so I mean it opened up a lot of doors for us in terms of. Opportunities to recruit different players, but to give you a I would say. Maybe it was three or four years. It was fairly rap, but you know when I went there. I was a part time coach, and so was John Ross John was hired as a part time coach. He had to work in the admissions office, not in the admissions office, but in the Education Office he supervised student teachers throughout the Miami Valley that. That was what he did any coached on the side because the athletic department didn't have enough money to fund his salary in Saint Way with me. The first couple of years I worked in admissions office in the morning and then Was a basketball coach in afternoon, and after about three years the program. Got to the point where they could fully fund the head coach Fully Fund Bay! And things really took off on. They were able to do that. How many coaches you get to work with while right state. While I was hired by John Ross I was with him for five years. He then. he didn't retire. He and as I said earlier, the athletic department is expanding almost by month. You know a became. Able to finance more university sired our director at the time was Don Mork and They decided that they needed to hire an Assistant A. And they offered the job to John at because he had been there the longest, and he and he accepted it was kind of a shock to me because he was still relatively young, and we were just. We had just started to turn the corner. We had three consecutive. Winning seasons. I think his last year there. We were seventeen five and we had everybody back. So the the you know. The outlook for the next year was going to be good. But he took the job as. As a citizen athlete director and they hired Marcus. Jackson he was I, coached with him for three years, and then I was with coach Ralph underhill for eighteen years. And I have a lot of rights state history too, and it must have been neat to see the program you know, grow from you know. From scratch, and now being in division, wine, and having a great year like they did last season. That's gotta be very rewarding. It is I I think the most amazing thing. I stop and think about this. I just can't imagine. How this happened, but in in in thirteen years thirteen short years we started our program in Nineteen, seventy in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three. We won the division two National Championships and. To do something like that to go from where you had absolutely nothing no place to to actually practice on campus, no place to play on campus, no very limited scholarship money. No full-time coach and thirteen short years won a national championship, and we were good enough. Oh, Gosh, and seventy, nine eighty and eighty one to do it You could argue that the best team we had in all those years was one thousand, nine hundred eighty one team because we had Rodney Benson, Roman Welsh. Eddy Crow, a great guard, and we were ranked number one in the country from start to finish, and it wasn't until we got upset in the tournament. That that team got beat so That's an amazing accomplishment, but you're right. I mean I look at what's out there today and I. Just thank Gosh. You know you re part of that. A long time ago, and it's really a neat thing to see no question about it. And like the program to ever venues that were built up right states didn't have a place to play on campus to begin, but then you eventually got the fiscal education building, and then the Ervin j nutter center, and that place is still huge place and it just what rights states accomplished. It's very nice to see. It is I. mean the building was a major a step up on our program. It seated about twenty, eight, twenty, nine, hundred, but The fans were right down on the floor, and we were very successful as I said after about the first four or five years our program on sound footing, and started to get some really good players, and had a lot of success, and and so we played there. We had great crowds and and. Our president. Who came from Arizona State page Ma Holland He had the vision that look into this. This program is good enough to go division one that need to go division one, but I think a new place to play. And you could make the argument that the nutter center is may be too big for For a mid major program, but it's a phenomenal building. holds a lot of events and I've made the statement several times that I think it's the single most important thing. Right state ever did was to build that now. People will say well. You know it's got nothing to do with academics. Why would you say that well? The reason I say that is not because the basketball I mean basketball is the reason it was built. There's no question about that. But what it has done is it's brought a number of people to our campus at Wright state. You know the State Volleyball Tournament was held there for years wrestling state wrestling tournament was out there for years a lot about the local high school graduate have their graduation ceremonies there. There's numerous concerts. That people attended and they come from. Parts of Indiana, and Southern Ohio and Kentucky, so it brings a lot of people to our campus that have nothing to do with academics, but it gives the university some recognition, some publicity and some awareness in the Midwest which you know when you're a young school that is really really important, and and the matter was built in nineteen, ninety and been a a real important. Structure in terms of rights, states, history, both athletically and academically. I made at one point two. They had the team or the town's hockey team there. For several years, but at the same time. That's very solid point I. Mean folks that might not go to Wright state in the future, but they go to another center. They were at Wright state, so they got to see low bit. What you know, the campuses like and I don't know how many people look. It's like I'm GONNA stay 'cause. I was at this event at the Nutter Center, but It's it's one of the biggest venues that is one of the biggest venues around the area around the neat part about it. It's on right state's campus I. Mean You look at you arena? It's across the river from the campus. People go the the arena. Never get honor Ud's campus That's just an example are the nutter center is right on right state's campus. So you know if you go to the Notre Center. You're You'RE SMACK DAB right. Right in the middle of the the whole situation, so you get a chance to be the campus, and you find out about right state and I'm sure there's a lot of people that went to something that the nutter center, and and didn't know anything about right state, and because they were there for something else. ended up either going to write state or having a son or daughter. Go there, or whatever, so it's it's been a significant thing. While we're on the topic of other center of Right States Social media accounts recently released a little preview about the very first game of the no center in December nineteen, Ninety against Tennessee state I got some great memories of that game. Do and you know the thing of it is is is we had the bottom bounce? Tie Game brought of our basket with I think like ten seconds to go and. We drew up apply I I. I could tell you what the plight was. But I know we drew up, apply and and Marcus Mumford excellent shooting. To Man Guard took a shot quicker than what we wanted I remember that, but the ball bounced bride underwater basket, and and I can't remember who got the rebound, but he made a great past. Sean Hammons right under the basket I mean it was a short pass. Maybe three feet and Sean elated at the Buzzer the yeah, you know the game ended on a buzzer beater of, but the game was fantastic game between us and Tennessee state. It just went back and forth the whole game, and what a way to open up the ladder Sarah would. It would have been sat the lose at first game in there, but what a what an ending. Tell you I love that picture and the media room of the center of the very first game. Another center was packed and I. Don't Know How many people know about section. Two hundred were there was a thing of seats that came down all the way to the court. man that place was packed and it looks like you couldn't get a seat in there. Yeah, it was sold out the first the first couple of years right. We actually had really good crowds. I think I think the first year. The Notre Sarah was open. We might have average close to ninety seven, ninety five hundred people and it. Was it it It, it was a neat place to play because the fans were all the way down on the floor when they put ice in the arena, it changed everything because once they put ice in the arena for hockey They couldn't bring out those end bleachers that you're talking about so it did made more space between the floor and the fans, and it's still neat place, but it it that when it first opened up the first all three or four years, the fans were right down on the floor. All the way around, and it was a it was A. It was it looked more? You know some of these basketball arenas that. Also, have hockey kind of take some of the atmosphere way, because sometimes you're a little further away. That's what's so neat about the arena You're right down on the floor as a fan and there's something to be said about that, but it they needed, they needed to generate some urban new and cement come, and that's why ice was added for hockey teams as you said earlier and other events that they have in there. It's it's a shame that most people don't know about you know that section before hockey moved in it just it felt like a very intimate. Cave just because how large the neither center is. Yeah Yeah I in the funny part about it is. Rope arena down in Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky and the Notre Center advice the same year because we were going down to play, Kentucky. And I can remember walking into the a rep arena for our practice and I thought I said that the janitor. The Custodian there is I thought you guys put Ice Center. We did. But they did it totally different than what rights state did because. They had the same scenario where they had bleachers at the one end, but they came out from the wall they they were attached to the wall, and they came out to the wall up to the floor at Wright state, you had to physically move the bleachers out tournament around and face the Court once they put the ice in. That was impossible to do. y'All had to melt. The is to get those bleachers out and get them up. So you know that's that's not a feasible thing to do so. It it really it changed the configuration of the Notre Sir. Now what they do is they have a hospitality. Area down in that area where those bleachers used to come out, and they don't even pull those bleachers out anymore. In fact, I'm not sure they. They could if they wanted to because. They're you know it's been so many years since they've been brought out, probably wouldn't be safe. When you first walked into the Center nineteen ninety till last season. How's your thoughts and feelings changed about the number center. Oh I've always I've always felt like the. Nutter Center was built because of the success of the basketball program. So there's a lot of pride involved in that it. It really you know it's to the point now. It's thirty years old. It probably needs some remodeling some updating and things like that. They have a nice scoreboard in there, but some of the seats are needed to be updated in the university, just going through a really tough time right now in terms of finances, so that's not something that they they can do at this point in time, but it's a great great place to watch basketball game. There's not a bad seat in there. It's got corporate boxes up at the top. I mean a lot of people enjoy going to the center it's. You know. It's still crepe place to watch basketball I. You know it was built because the a success with the basketball program. I like to go back to the coaches you art for at Wright state, coach, Ross, coach, Jackson and coach underhill out. Did those three gentlemen defer are different in terms of coaching style, and just who they were as people you worked for? John coach Ross, that was in Iot played for him so It was a little different situation for me because I was. It was a player coach type thing that took me a while to make the adjustment to look I'm I'm working with this guy not playing for him and it took a little while and and He was great to work with he was, he was way ahead of his time lay in terms of his basketball strategy. You know he was very successful in high school changing defenses, I mean we changed our defenses based on things that happened out on the floor. You gotTa give John a tremendous amount of credit. for getting that program started the right way because a lot of a lot of times you start a program for scratch. It takes a lot longer than three years to to have success, and you know the first two year I think the first year we won eight games the second year. We one nine before from that point on we started to turn things around and had some success many was. was he was way ahead of his time I think in terms of strategy and coaching the thing that I think John struggled with some was the success. The program had in terms of the media. He wasn't somebody that enjoyed talking to the media all the time and you know as the program got better and better that became a bigger part of the program. The coverage that we were able to get a Marcus Jackson. I was with him for three years. He came from Dartmouth He was extremely well is very well-spoken Smart Guy It was unfortunate I, mean he? He was there for three years and we just first the first couple year the first year we went to the NCAA tournament, but it was with players coach, and I had recruited and I. Don't know I thought many times. Last year we were together. We started the season I. Think we were like fourteen and four and we were plan Virginia Commonwealth at home. Who Was Division One? We were still deficient to. And we lost a real close game, and from that point on. It was just downhill the rest of the season. We just. I think we lost nine of our last ten games, and they decided to make a change at the end of the year was really kind of surprising to me, but In in hindsight, boy look what happened. They hired coach Ralph underhill from Tennessee Chattanooga and and and I. When Marcus was when Marcus Jackson was, let go I I actually was offered the job I mean they outline director wanted me to be the head coach, and and actually talked with me about who I would hire an assistant, and so on and so on. And but things got a little hairy Marcus was upset that the way it was handled and and. Rightfully so a lot of ways but there were some there was some problems with fat, and it ended up costing me job. They decided to look you know we can keep. Jim here's an assistant hire. Someone else and I think. The university was concerned about a possible lawsuit, and that sort of thing anyway they hired Ralph and I can remember my first meeting with route. I didn't know him I talked with him on the phone. A couple of times about. Teams that they were playing that we had played. And he came up for the press conference and we got done with the press conference as Agip. Come on. We're going to go get something to eat, so we went. And he said to me Jim. I know exactly what's happened here. I have disappointed. You are foregoing to do this together We're going to do this first thing. I'm going to go back and get you a raise which he did, he went back up air raised. It was eighteen wonderful years I never felt like. I was an assistant coach with Ralph. Always felt like I. was a co coach gave me so much responsibility at so much trust and faith in me, and it was You we had a lot of success, and he was just a fun guy to to work with never felt like I worked for him. just a super super person. Unfortunately, he passed away a few years ago at the age of seventy, which was really kind of a tragedy because he was. Just a a great human being. I remember that, too. That was a very sad day at Wright state. Yeah, yeah, well, he he lost his wife about. Four or five months before with Cancer Ralph actually had diabetes and. It? It got out of hand. I don't know whether he just didn't control it like you should, but it got out of hand, and he actually had a kidney transplant and it was a success. Because I talked with him the day after the operation called him on the phone we talked to. Never, forget to me, I gotTA hang up Jim. You're making me laugh too much. My stomach's killing me, so we hung up and then about three days later, he had died. It was really kind of a shock, but Super Guy and it was a lot of fun to work with him. I remember that one night at Wright state where they honored him. I was still in college at the time. That was a very big event and there's a lot of people for that. Yeah I mean. He was well liked I. mean people really liked he because? A lot of people misunderstood of I think they thought he was a real flamboyant guy, and he was extremely down to Earth I. Mean we have so much in common? I think that's why we got along so well i. my strengths were his weaknesses, and his strengths were my weaknesses, and and I. Give Him so much credit because. He didn't know me he didn't know what kind of coach I was. He didn't know. Anything about me and for him to come up to the university and just say Hey Jim. We're going to do this together. And then they to give me the amount of responsibility. He did I can remember a situation. Where we were recruiting player, though we actually recruiting two guards. And I had seen the W- I'd seen both guards ply Ralph. It only seen the one kid play. So I'm in my office and Ralph is on the phone. He's in his office with the door closed because he's in a private conversation and. my the other Assistant Jack. Butler comes into my office. H Jim Kion. Brooks wants to commit as coaches on the phone he wants to commit. What are we going to do? Because he knew that we were recruiting other player and Ralph at seeing that kid play really liked him. I said we're taking on Brooks and Jackson's okay, so that's what we did and I can remember Jackson. Are you going to say to Ralph? I said I'll take care of that. So when Ralph got off the phone, I went in and I said. Look on Brooks just called committed, and never row says it will. What about this other player and I says Rob Kion is GonNa be a for your star. He's a good enough for me. And he had that kind of confidence, and it. That's I. Mean That was later in our coaching career together. I think we that was toward the end of our coaching career. At, Wright state but. That's just an example of how easy wants to work with. Tell you coach. UNDERHILL had some really good years I right state. I mean you talked about the D.. Two Championship back in the mid nineties. You had a player that got drafted the NBA of the. Italia potapenko right. Yes, we did and and We what we did was on two different occasions. We took our team over seas of the first time we went to. We were gone twenty four days. which is way too long, but it was a fantastic trip, and and we developed a friendship with a gentleman over there a coach over there by the name of Ladder Hager. And that led to the recruitment of Mike Mahar stocks caused the colleague topic co I mean it was all those things happened as a result of that friendship did. That Ralph and I developed with Ladimir and Yeah I. Mean in an inaugural many people you know if the tally topic would have grown up in. Cincinnati or Dayton I mean it would have been Kentucky. Duke North Carolina right stay. We wouldn't even obey. Take a phone call to. But because. He was from overseas and and Kiev the Ukraine You know the difference between Duke and North. Carolina and UCLA right state. They were all college basketball programs to him, so he had a lot of success recruiting form, basketball players, and you see a lot of them over here alley. Just about every college team today has a foreign player from some. Foreign. Country Plan on their team and back then that was not the case. I mean that has really escalated to the point now. We're just about every division. One team has somebody from some foreign country. You know I'd be really interested to hear how that. Transpired, and what it was like to recruit overseas back, then compared to nowadays where it's, you know very common practice, I I'd love to know you know the events leading up to that change whereas a great story I mean it was very difficult, and a lot of coaches shied away from recruiting overseas because of the roadblocks that you had but I'll just kinda briefly. Go over vitales recruitment because it was it was an unusual recruitment we were. We we got. A fax from Vladimir about this young man, actually him an Steno cost, both of them that played in a tournament in Europe that this friend of ours had at witnessed, and he spoke with both of them, and they both indicated the desire to come to the United States and play basketball, and because of our friendship he contacted contacted me sent me some information phone numbers stuff like that. Of course you never you never know. You know you never know how good this player is. You just take guys worked for because you. You certainly don't have a chance to seem play. And I can remember. making the first phone call to the tallies home. Is Mom answered the phone? She spoke Russian I didn't understand a word. She said and I hung up. And I waited. I'll I. Don't know two or three days. I tried again and same situation. She answered the phone and I hung up. So I. I. Don't whether it was a week later I. tried it again same situation. She answered the phone and I hung up and I Thought well. This is GonNa work. So, I called across campus at Wright. State to the Foreign Language Department to see if someone over there could help me, and there was not anybody on our campus. that. Spoke Russian. That was you know. Fluently tied to help us. So I called the University of Dayton. And there was a woman at the University of Dayton. Who came out to my office? She spoke Russian. We made the phone call. The mother answered the phone. The conversation started, but tally was home, and and that's how it all got started and and then what happened was I got a phone call from his coach and Russia. Because he was a highly valued player in the Soviet Union I. Mean Six foot ten. He was on one of their top teams, and all this, and so the coach calls me on the phone and tells me that I'm stealing this player and I said well. We're recruiting. Ami wants to come to the United States and he's. Why need fifty thousand dollars? I said we can't do that. We first off. That's not legal. Secondly, we don't have that kind of money and he will never get my player. You'll never get my player so I knew what we were up against because. They had his passport is the team over? There had the Tallis passport and this is where it gets really really interesting. I had spoken downtown at a rotary function is either a router optimus function. I can't remember exactly what it was, but it was downtown date. And I about that some somebody asked me about our recruitment of foreign players and I told him you know. We were working on a young man from the Soviet Union, but It wasn't really something that we have much success with so anyway after I was done as gentlemen comes up to me and says you know, start asking me questions about the recruitment of the tally, and he says yeah I might be able to help you out, and I said well. You mean he's why I have A. A person, works, Office that travels to this travels to Russia. Monthly and he he might be willing to help. You guys out because we had to get a new passport. For Batali with unbeknownst to the team, so this guy who none of us do and had never been to a right state game had no association with right. State whatsoever. He did I. Mean He? He made several trips to the Soviet Union business. Each time he was over there. He got a little bit more. Donny got admit new past forty translated all as college credits because battalion was actually in college. It was a freshman and Kiev University, and they had no athletic program, so when he came to the United States. He didn't have to sit out a year as a transfer, he was eligible immediately so that that's how it all got started. I mean we were just very very fortunate that we had some people that were willing to to help us and recruits him because and I thought many times. How many people would let their eighteen year old son? Go all the way across. Five thousand miles away to play basketball to college I made the. It's an incredible story when you think about it and look what's happened to the tallying played in the NBA for thirteen years made. Over fifty million dollars, he coached it with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He's got a world's championship. In the NBA, he's now with the grizzlies assist. It's just a tremendous success story in to think that you had a small part in that story I, think is something that. Really really overwhelmed with to be honest with you. I was really happy when he was assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers and that was really a whole, but. Yeah I mean that's. That's wonderful story and it's something that. You know back. It must have been tougher because you really didn't have the Internet like you do today, so those no social media it still you know phones and faxes. Yeah, it was I I. I mean I could write a book about the recruitment. Because I'm just touching. The the for time purposes. Yeah that that that was a long long process a lot of roadblocks. A lot of paper. I mean it was you're right. There was no internet there was. A meal was very difficulty than call over there. Because of the time difference it was it was, but you know I've thought many times how many coaches after the first or second phone call where Bob answered the phone and I hung up. How many guys would have stuck with it because we didn't know? How good he was I mean we didn't know. He was potential. NBA Player, which is nearly six Danny wanted to come to the United States, a good basketball player I've many times, Jim you did you were diligent. You stuck with you didn't give up and and that. Is kind of a neat thing. Because a lot of guys I think would have just said the heck with a non. You know somebody here in the United. States is good, too. I don't tally is is very very appreciative of of the efforts. We made to get him over here. I know I know that and. It's just a really neat story. I don't know how many coaches that was stuck with with that language. You know the language barrier and I never would have guessed the right state back then didn't have Russian. I think they did when I was in college. I was very frustrated when that happened. I really was I. couldn't and and the thing is called the. Date and they had somebody in. She was so nice. I mean I. Wish I could think of her name, but she was so nice. She came out. She came out one time and and that's how we got the ball rolling. And, after that you know after that initial phone call, I was able to tell the two okay. I'll call you next Tuesday at so and so time, and he was always there and the, but we would have never ever been able to get that accomplished without the help of Jerry RAPP. He was a local attorney in in this other gentleman of the went to the Soviet Union monthly Jerry. RAPP became one of the Tallis great mentors while he was here. Right state, just a super super guy and. Guy I mean the the things that we had to overcome to get him. You know another interesting story. Law? Is is two years after that happened I got a phone call. From a gentleman, in in in the United States who had a player that wanted to come to the United States Russian player wanted to come to the United States and play basketball for one year. and His name was just drew a gal circus who played nineteen years in the NBA for the Cavaliers and and Y-. He he was honest with me when we called the University of Minnesota, but they don't have a scholarship and he says I thought you guys because you have a Russian player right now. The Taliban top ago it would you be interested why? Yes, we've and we add scholarship, and we started the process of bringing him to the United States to ten rights state, university. And it was like an August. Wooden. We were making some headway. We it was. It was difficult as you can imagine again, but we were making headway, and I got this phone. Call I think it was like the first week of August that he had broke his foot and he wasn't gonNA be able to. Play basketball and come to the United States and so he never came but wh. What are that bad like yet? Junior SA- GAUSS CA seven foot to tally. Put topic go together for a year and would have been some story and you might remember a means. It was drafted by the cavaliers. The same year that the tally was drafted and he didn't play his first year because of yet microphone fracture surgery on that foot And so it's an interesting story to. Yen I. I don't know you know how true this is. But I also heard that Dirk Nowinski was almost a right state reiter. Well, he he, it wasn't very. No, he well. Here's what happened. I got I got up facts from Vladimir again about Dirk. Nowitzki and he had seen him play. In European tournament, he was a seventeen year old kid from Germany and I got his number, not calling, I called him on the phone and. He thanked me was extremely nice. He spoke English. Well. You can understand every word. He said he was honest. He coach I I just love playing. Germany I want a good team and. So on and so on, and so you know we had a nice conversation and. And I think maybe six months after that I called him back. To See if things might have changed and it was still a beverage. We had a good conversation, but he was a believe. And so. Funny Part about that whole story is it was about three years later? I'm watching the NBA draft and Know he he he had been drafted now. He had never been drafted so I'm watching the NBA draft, they said. The I think it was the Milwaukee Bucks or somebody draft he was. He was picked the first round and. Dirk Nowitzki and I thought Oh my God. That's at guy. I talked I called coach under on the round. Are you watching the NBA draft? He said no, and I said well. You won't believe this. Remember that guy that we talked with Dirk Nowitzki. He said Yeah I, said he just got drafted in the first round and. You know he did not come he whoever I can't remember. Who drafted him first, but he didn't come. He stayed in Germany and back then. You had the when you drafted the player. You had his draft rights for one year. And then when the next draft came, he went back into the the pot. Now you have it forever, but at that time you. You just had it for one year so. The night before the subsequent draft, he got traded to the Dallas. Mavericks and I think it was the Milwaukee. Bucks drafted him. But he got traded to the Dallas Mavericks and he came, and the only reason he came as from what I heard was Nelson. Who was the coach of Dallas at the time, his son at worked over in Germany coached over. Had relationship with ERC. That's why it came. So I don't know if that's true or not. But that's the story art, but Yeah I. Two conversations were Dirk Nowitzki but. He was he'd loved Germany. Look plan over there, so. We talked about vitale but about some other former raiders who are some of your favorite athletes that you got to coach and how many of these? Do you stay in touch with. Why stay in touch with quite a few of them up, FACEBOOK I. I said years ago, I would of course wasn't on facebook with several years ago. My brother, who lives in Myrtle beach. was telling me Jim. You should get on facebook. Connect with a lot of your players. They'd love to hear you and that's true. I mean I I I. Get comments from former players all the time but you know it's one of the reasons. People asked me many times. Why did you stay right state for twenty seven years I mean. And it was always about the players I mean I. Like it northbound I stayed at northbound for sixteen years I three or four opportunities to leave north modern. Go to a program with a little bit better basketball tradition. And I elected to stay at north. Monica was always about the players develop a relationship as a as a particularly assistant coach where you do the recruiting, and you get to know the kids in their families and their parents. And I always Maybe that's a strong point. Maybe it's a weak point I. don't know, but that was always the reason when I came down. I haven't an opportunity to go someplace else. I just didn't have. I just didn't feel comfortable. Going and telling guys looking out I'm leaving them going someplace else. So I have a lot of players that I stand contact with They're all you know in their own little ways apart of my life, and I get the NEAT part about coaching. Is You get comments from players and people think what's always the players that had the most success now Li. It's a lot of guys that that were eighth or ninth tenth. Man may be. Guys didn't even play very much that. They talk about the impact that you had on their life and and. I mean I just had one happened not too long ago from a player that I coached North Mont Highschool. Kenny Hayes and Kenny, played a Miami University he's. He's played in the J League Vecchi scored fifty two points playing for the Maine, red claws and the development leg or G. League. Whatever you WANNA call it. he's now overseas he plays. He's been overseas playing in Europe the last eight or nine years, and he posted something on facebook that brought me to tears i. mean he talked about how I changed his live and Everything. He's done. He owes to me I mean it was just an incredible post in? It's things like that that. Make I'm sure I'm not the only person that's had that happened. All coaches have former players that Let's like in my situation in. the two guys. That come to mind in my life for Fritz Bar. My seventy eighth grade coach John Ross. Who was my high school coach? I mean the the influence that they had on my life was. Unbelievable, so I think that's one of the things when you coach that You you learn to appreciate it. She get older older. And I think that seven. That fans don't think about because when you think about sports, you think about gains, results your star players, but what coaches can do for those players. Even the ones that might not you know. See the floor as often I mean. There there's a real chance to affect their lives for the better and. I can remember. I can remember a comment. I got from Phil Ben and Jer Finisher. Was On our national championship team, but he was injured yet a knee injury and several years guy goes in two thousand nine I was -ducted into the right state hall of fame. And Phil sent me a message and said I would. I would crawl across the Sahara desert to be there to witness the Wright State University inducted into the hall of fame and I mean it's comment. Until was was a heck of a high school player. Mean is a great high school player, but he had injuries in college that prevented him from having that kind of success in college, but I mean. that the comments that he's made a publicly regarding his experiences at Wright state and having played for me, and and it is. It's unbelievable I mean you just It It's something that coaching has its coaching has it's it's great. It has its downsides to I mean it's a tough profession. I mean it's a really difficult profession to get into and I I. Tell Kids in my coaching class. You know if if criticism is going to bother you. If someone telling year you're. You're doing things wrong. That's going to bother you than this is not the profession for you. Because no matter what you do, no matter how much success you have, there's people there's going to be people that are think they can do it better or are gonNA disagree with how you're doing. But the rewards from coaching, I used to hear a one coach on her I went to his took his class. He emailed a statement one time that that I thought Oh. What's he talking about? And he talked about the the the the best. Aspect of coaching is the practice the practices and I thought. How can you say that? The Games gotTA BE THE IMPORT? They well after you coach in in the game are neat there. There's no question about it there. But the practices where you get to watch, kids improve and you get to interact with me. Get to coach him and teach him. That's that's where that's. That's the great Great product of being a coaches, those kind of experiences I learned to appreciate that as time went on. I'll definitely after dive in on that coaching class of yards, just because I. Was In college and that's how we met. It's really cool story, but. To talk about North Mont you mentioned it earlier, but after the nineteen ninety six ninety seven right state season you got hired at North High School tell me a little bit about making the transition from college to high school hoops. Well to be honest with you. When when my career at Wright, state ended I had no intentions of ever coaching again I was fifty two fifty three years old at the time and didn't really have any aspirations to coach and Jack Butler. Who was an assistant coach with me at at Wright? State The your that I was the head coach. Jack was one of my assistance. He lived in North Mon and he told me about the job. Being Obese I know you've retired. I know you don't WanNa coach anymore, but you be perfect out there, they they need somebody like you and I said. I don't think so jagged. Really think I WANNA do that. He kept pastor. May I mean he just kept after me and finally I I did I sent a letter of interest in I got a call and they said well. You know we thought we had heard it. You had an interest, but you never applied or anything, and we actually have hired another coach and I said Oh. That's fine, no problem I understand and so that was like in May. And I never even said anything to my wife about said in the letter out there. I never even talked to her about it well, it was in July. On a Saturday morning our our phone rings, and my wife answers the phone and in its they like director north. Mont she says who robbed scholar and I saw it. It's nothing to worry about well. She Calls Me and she tells me that the person who had they had hired Shockingly resigned the coach to game. He was only there for like two months. Neighbors signed the position wanted to know if I was still interested I, said well. You know I've had some time. Think about Abberley probably not. In she says well, Gene Claus is our principal gene and I had gone to University of Dayton together and knew each other pretty well, and he was the principal. North Bond. and. She says he really would like just to talk to you about it and I said okay. We'll all come out and talk to him, so I did. They offered me the job on the spot and I'm driving home. And I called Jim Taylor who was a part time assistant with US right stated. Jan was probably seventy years old at the time seventy two maybe. And I was telling him about it and he's Ov Jim you gotta take that job you got you got to do that and I. Well I Kinda WanNa do about I want you to come with me. And there was there was silence on the other end. There was not a word and. I said Jim. Are you still there? And he says yeah, I'm thinking and He ought to think about too so the next day I. Get a phone call from. When do we start jam? When do we start? That's out jump was so we were there together for? Fourteen years I was sixteen gyms with me for fourteen and. When we? When we took the Job Lee, we had no idea that situation. It was in I'd never been to a game northbound. High School never recruited a player from northland. High School I find out. They had won four games the year before. It was a program that was in disarray. No question about it, but they had one really good player who was coming back. David digs down. So, we we. We worked really really hard. Attorney net program around and I. I've great memories at great coaches that I coached without their great players at a lot of fun. We have fourteen consecutive winning seasons that never had more than three consecutive winning seasons prior to me getting there, so it was It was it was a lot of fun I didn't teach at the school. Just coach basketball, which was I would recommend that. To anybody but in my situation I I wasn't interested in teaching anymore. Just wanted to coach, and they were fine with that and so yeah, it was sixteen years. Over some of the main differences between the green and gold right stay in the green and Golden North Mont.. Well I think the biggest differences maturity I mean high school. Kids are a lot more. well, they're not as they're not as. Mature I guess is the best way to say it. the coaching part of it is is about the same I mean kids they they listen just as well all their their coach Abol they try to. Do what you ask them to do. The biggest difference I think as a coach was as a college coach. and I don't know. Maybe some college coaches don't feel this way, but I always felt this way that you were like the father figure in their life because. They were away from home and anything that happened to them I felt directly responsible for so like if if Something happened in this didn't happen very often were were they got a speeding ticket or got in trouble or whatever and you felt responsible for that because it was? In you see this all the time, particular college athletes. If something happens. Somebody gets in trouble. It's it's. It's a big story. Locally I mean everybody knows about it. It's in the newspapers on the news. As a high school coach I never felt that way because they live with mom and dad, if something happens at mom and dad's responsibility, and I didn't feel the same responsible. It, just didn't feel the same coaching high school players. You did a college player, and so that to me from the coaching standpoint was probably the biggest difference, but the actual coaching on the floor practices that that's very very similar. You just college. Kids were a little bit more mature. A lot more mature I should say and but it was fun coaching both I mean it was A. Very, rewarding experience in both situations in an I enjoyed both of them. Equally I mean I really did. I made my time northbound was was a lot of fun of course. My time at Wright state was funding in in what I'm really proud of is is in both cases. I felt like that was a part of something that that generated some success, certainly a right state, and that northbound to have fourteen. When you're a high school coach, you're stuck with what you got in. If you don't have a point guard, you can't go recruit one sees it. You're stuck with what you have. Whereas in college. You know if you don't have a good point. Guard at your fault, so I think coaching at the high school level and been successful is very very difficult because. you have to make changes based on the type of players that you have and that may change every year, so it kind of changes. You maybe you're offensive philosophy defensive philosophy it stuff. That's a very good point, too I mean. You. You might hear. People complain that you know. The private high schools can get you know athletes in that type of thing but. That's a very good point on that as well. Now it's a if you're a high school coacher. You're stuck with what you have and you have to. You have to develop an night. In a my my basic offensive philosophy stayed the same but I can remember when I first went to north one I wanted to play a match up zone because I I had I had really been a believer in that that you're I was the head coach right state? We implemented that I just didn't have the time. I was only there one year as a head coach. I didn't have the time to really make exactly how I wanted so I went to North Line I'm GONNA do. I'm GonNa do right what I had a six foot. Aided Center that year. That was a great offensive player, but he was very slow in a very. Awkward defensively and. I had to make some adjustments and I wanted to play that defense based on on his ability because I needed to have him in a lineup. But. I couldn't play at the. I normally would play because of him. So you know high school coaches are faced with that all the time. I mean you're not gonNA have a great point guard every year. So, what do you do when you don't have what you got to make an adjustment? It's. High School coaching. Is Difficult and I think the thing about being a high school coach that you have to do particularly if you're at a school like North, Mon where kids from the fourth grade on know where they're gonNA. Go in, and they're going to be north. Mont Thunderbolt or a bill L. A. Wayne Warrior. They know that's high school. They're going to go to. Get, those kids in fifth fourth six gift. Get him interested basketball. Basketball's a very difficult game to play for a young player and you've you've gotta get them interested so I think as a high school coach and I did this north. Mont you gotta get down there, so those kids know who you are and I did that right away. I mean I can remember the first junior. High Game I went to The principal came up to me and he says coach. She said. This is the first time varsity coaches ever been over here to a game. I see your kidneys. No, no, we've never had a varsity coach. Come over watch. These kids play. And I knew right then and there that that was important that I needed to do that and it took some time to get going took a couple of years, but those are the things high school coaches have to do I think you've got to make sure the best athletes near school playing your sport. And also you mentioned this while you gotTa. Get interest into the sport from a very young age. Yeah, yeah, an in basketball. There aren't a whole lot of things that you can do to make basketball easy for a young player I'm talking about nine ten eleven year old kid. You know there is a soccer. There is with baseball. You've got t-ball. But it's hard with basketball. 'cause the balls big. It's hard to bounce. It's hard to shoot it. so and and I think. I was fortunate in North Monnaie at a lot of coaches that bought into Dubai. Philosophy I in my philosophy with those kids. Was You know look I? Want everybody to start at least two games. You don't have to play everybody an equal amount of time I. don't want everybody to play in every game and it. You know as a young coach You have an ego, you WanNa you WANNA do well, but the important thing is that kids keep an interest in the game that they don't quit the game because they never get to play or somebody yells out all the time. And I go back to my seventh and eighth grade coach he was, he was a really good coach. He made the game interesting. It was a lot of fun to go to practice. and I've thought many times if I had a bad seventh and eighth grade coach Guy just did never play all his players whatever. What would have happened would have I given the game up and You know it's like Michael Jordan all heard the story about Michael. Jordan, he goes out for the freshman team against cut. He comes home. His mom tells him you know. Maybe you're just not working hard enough. Maybe you need to work a little harder. She didn't blame the coach. She put the emphasis the ride on Michael. You know you know and and he took it to heart and look what happened to him, and that's just one example, but there are so many young coaches that coach for the wrong reasons. They think it's all about winning I. Always tell the coaches take my coach class at Wright state until your score is on channel, seven or channel to the Dayton Daily News. It doesn't matter whether you win or not. The important thing is those kids have been fun. Are they learning the game of basketball? That's the important thing not whether you win the game and That's a tough thing for a young coach to. To figure out I mean it was for tough for me? I'll be honest, I mean. I had a couple of experiences where. It made me realize luck. It's not. Whether you win or not. That's you know you wanna do that, but that's not the most important thing. Now. Let's talk about your broadcasting career. Guys a a while back You teamed up with Chris Collins. What is it like working with Chris? The Voice of the Wright State Raiders where he he's. He's great. I mean I Kinda I was Kinda Dick Situation might the last year I was northbound. I got a call from Tom Michael's Tom used to work at channel twenty two and he. He does some play by play for a station up in pick one. They were going to Columbus to cover troy Christian Angeles planned in the State of game. They WANNA. Know if I would be as color commentary I'd never done I. You know I hit the Post Game Radio Show at Wright state for all those years. But never done anything like that and I. Sure I'll do that, so I went up there and. We're driving back. From Columbus and he said You know when you quit coaching, I'd love to. Have you do some games with me, so that I resigned at the end of that year inside sit. I started doing some games with Tom and right state found out about it. and. It was halfway through the season. They approached me and would you be interested in doing our games? And I thought about it, 'cause. It's a commitment because they wanted me to go on the road and. And I said okay, so I did it by first experience with Chris. I just think I can't say enough good things about Chris. Collins I think he's got a great voice He is extremely dedicated I mean, and he's a perfectionist and a lot of people don't understand this, but when we do our games from home were on one of six point five radio, but we're also on ESPN three, so he's got a. he's got a coordinate that because. between the two and because. The? Commercials are different and so on and so on, so, but he's he's. He's a blast work with A. Lot of fun to be around does a phenomenal job. And, he's a of fun to listen to as well I mean with you. Know him calling play by play. You know as a coach. What happened on the floor? So that's you know you're one two punch of experience right there and he knows he knows wanted to get excited, I mean I. I. You. Know I probably a little. Partial. He has to be a lot more impartial than be A. because. Heck I coached twenty seven years, and and it's a little different situation. I know our athletic director Bob Grandest told Chris Tonight were like the Marty Brennaman. Joe Nuxhall of college basketball. I take that as a tremendous compliment because. Marty Brennaman Joe Nuxhall were were great to listen to and and I hope people enjoy US I mean we have a lot of fun doing it? There's no question about it. And what makes fun is right states pretty good right now, also it it. There's a lot of fun to pure in this coaching staff Rights Day. I can't stand up good things about coach Nagy in his assistant coaches I. Think he's got great assistant coaches. They're very personable. Berry, helpful, very supportive and A lot of fun to do Call Games. It's been a lot of fun seeing the success of right state the past few years. I mean I know right state ad that semi-final upset to you I see to close out what would be college basketball season, but at the same time look at that regular season just. Right state was dominant in most those games it was. It was great to see as an alum. Well Yeah. They won the league by three games. I mean beat northern twice And when they lost the tournament that and I think Nikki would agree with us. The the UIC team was a team that the Basler underachieved all season long. They had more talent than their record. approved I mean, and they just had one of those nights where date everything they did was right and everything right state did was wrong and coach. Nike kept talking about this all season. Long that you know you have a target on your back. Is You know you you pick the win? The League you won the League a year ago. You got a target on your back in and. And it's tough I. Mean it's tough when you're in that situation, your your There's a lot more pressure on you. There was no pressure on you I. See because nobody expected them to win and give them a lot of credit. I mean. They played a great basketball game, but they were. They re tough match-up for right state, because of their athleticism and their size at the guard position at that was the big thing to me is they had a six foot four guard that they could put on cold gentry and but they played a great game. I mean they really played well? As happened so often when you you play well like that and you upset somebody the next game. You don't play as well and that's what happened to them they. They were their game against. Northern Kentucky was pretty much how they played during the regular season. Just they really struggled inducted, caused their head coach's job at the end of the year, but that was unfortunate I mean. That was unfortunate. Because that's that's the dilemma. You have as a bid Beitcher team. Your success is determined by Two or three games in a postseason, not what you did during the regular season. You know in the big ten you can go five hundred interleague in and still get an NC double a bit. In the mid Major. You got to win that tournament that year get a bit. That's a lot of pressure on somebody it. It you know the raiders. The price for that no question about it. You know I always thought coach. Maclean did a nice job a you I see. Their new coaching staff that with all the experience they have I might be an even tougher flames team down the road. Yeah, I don't know. They lost a lot of talent I mean they had everybody coming back now next year? They're going to kind of have to start over There's been a lot of change in the Horizon League. I mean a tremendous amount of changing teens for Wayne and just added Robert. Morris you gotta do coach Green Bay coach at At you I see i. don't know what the situation is II up. Why? Their coach was an interim coach I don't know what they've done there, but it's GonNa be. It's GonNa. Be Interesting to see how they handle the regular season schedule. I had not heard You know. They have a twelve teams now. ARE THEY GONNA? Live. GonNa play twenty two games. Everybody home at home. They GonNa play twenty games kind of switch that up or they're going to have it divisions two divisions I. Don't know I haven't heard. I don't even know if they've decided. Be. It's going to be a lot of change in the league this year. A compared to this past year, so it'd be interesting, if in fact they have not. In fact I have a season, which I think, they will because that's still a long ways off November's alone way south things can happen between now and then absolutely, this has been a really unusual time. I was talking to my wife about this yesterday. Is You you take? All kids just graduated last year. Well this. This thing stopped started in March so. A lot of kids who planned to? Make some college visits. Particularly, the transfers were able to do that. right states been shut down for two and a half months now, not even by on campus so. It's just an unusual time and I I. It's disrupting a lot of young athletes lives. There's no question about it. You feel sorry for them. Kids didn't get the play. Their senior year of high school kids who wanted to use this summer to maybe get a scholarship for basketball or some other sport. We're able to do that. It's just. It's a really difficult time and. You haven't been able to see the light at the end of the tunnel yet. I mean there's a lot of. Known factors involving sports. I Know Major League Baseball is GONNA start back up and NBA's GonNa Start back up, but. That's not as sure art thing either thanks can happen. People can test positive and. In to make some adjustments, so it's just a really. Difficult time for our country. Absolutely there's a lot of points that you brought up a Horizon League two teams. How surprised were you about Green Bay's decision to get rid of their coach? I was very surprised, very surprised. You know a lot of times. And you learn this as a coach. A couple of things are really important when they athletic changes and when the president changes, and when those two things happen, it always puts your status in jeopardy, because you never know what the relationship is going to be between the coach and the eighth day or the coach and the president. You can make the same situation in high school. There's been a lot of high school coaches who lost their jobs? Because somebody on the school board didn't like what they were doing her so on and so on so. You know I addressed that earlier, my talk about the profession at such a tough profession, but I I was really surprised. I mean the guy you're talking about. Blink. Dr The coach. Green. Bay had five years left on his contract. They're going to spend a million dollars By him out, they've got to pay him two hundred forty thousand dollars the next four years, and they'll have to do it a fifth year if he doesn't find another job. So I was very surprised at that I. Mean Green Bay set success but that people aren't flocking to go to Green Bay. I can tell you that I mean. I was I was really surprised. The Mark Davis went up there I mean it's cold up there. There's snow on the ground from November Bartsch. It's just a different thing now. They they they. They had a good tradition in basketball. ATTENDANCES has dropped off and I think that might have had something to do with it, but I was very surprised at that really was, and I hopefully find something else. He was a good coach. Did a really good job up there mean wasn't green bay like in the top ten and you. You know scoring outputs game, aren't they? Closely Ninety points per game or something like that they were they were off. Link was an offensive minded coach. their their problem a lot of time, was they. They didn't guard. You're very well, but they had a potent offense tough to play against I. Mean the last couple of years We've gone up there and lost I mean they. They play well at home. not as well on the road, but they play well at home and. Just. You know it's. It's a tough situation. I I talked about it before. Coaching is a tough tough situation. Because you know, Almaguer had the best description of coaching I. Don't know if you've ever heard this, but you made the statement that you know. Being a coach is like having an eighteen year old kid running around the floor in his underwear with your paycheck in his back pocket and there's A. Lot! Of Truth to that I'm telling you that's a quote. I never forget that I had all the time. He was a great coach, but then he became a commentator color commentator like myself, and he keep up with some classics, but that was never forget that because that's so true. about you know a lot of times. You have no control it's. Eighteen year old kid out on the floor. Controlling your destiny. I don't I. Don't think when I was in the Class I. Don't think I heard that quote. I would I would love that. I like to touch up on the two new foes on the Horizon League Produce Fort Wayne, and Robert, Morris, in the Pittsburgh area I mean that gives the Horizon League seven state covered. It's another big city into the mix. I think fort. Wayne Youngstown might be the smallest of the bunch attorney up. Probably yeah, probably Robert, Morris is maybe fifteen or sixteen miles outside of Pittsburgh, so it's it's when you go. Play them. You're probably not going to be staying downtown without by the airport I'm very familiar with Robert Morris because that's where the five star basketball camp was held for years, and I made many trips up there to attend that camp They've built a brand new facility for their games. Games, they they've had a lot of success. They won their league last year. That's a great addition. I was shocked I. Mean I had never heard anything about Robert Morris as a potential new member, so when that all happened? I was quite frankly stunned. apparently had been in the work some time, but I I wasn't aware of it. Neither was Chris. I talked to Chris about it. Even he wasn't aware of it, but yeah, they're. They're a good addition at Fort Wayne they they come from the summit. Louis, I don't know a whole lot about Fort Wayne we. We played them when I was at. When I was at Wright state, but they weren't very good, they were at other. We Never I. Don't know I think they might have lost a once a, but their program was just starting and that they've gone division. One and I think they play. They play in that Oh It's a hockey arena to Allen County. Yes, there, you go Saturns! I forget what the actual name is, but yeah, it's where the comets play hockey up there. It's. Nice. Nice. Nice old edge right I, mean it. It's it's an. Upscale hair arena be the west may describe it. I've been to before but yeah. I think that both those teams are great additions. In. It'll be interesting to see like I said earlier what they're gonNa do with the schedule. I mean because now you have twelve teams think they'll go. I really don't know. But I mean planned twenty two regular season games. Is a lot of games and see that that gets back to. You know to be honest about it. I think what the Horizon League needs to do. If they're gonNA continue to have the tournament, be there determine our as to who goes to the incident tournament, but the team that wins the league should host the tournament this business of to where we went to Detroi-, we went to Fort. Wayne and I'm not. We went to Indianapolis last year for the tournament and the attendance is horrible. We don't even get a thousand people whereas if you played it on campus, you have great crowds and. Let's be honest. I. Mean It's a mid major program and you play twenty games eighteen emergency. They played eighteen games this year. When when you go through an eighteen game schedule or a twenty game schedule, you have the best record you should be rewarded with a tournament, and it's not. It's not a situation Lee where they're making a ton of money off the tournament you know, you could make the argument and the Big Tan. They make a lot of money off the tournament or the ACC. They make a Lotta money off. The tournament the mid America I mean the the mid major schools I think a lot of cases are way off base when they have tournament at the end of the year to determine who goes to the NC Double A. Tournament I I think if you're gonNA play an eighteen. Twenty game regular season schedule on a team that wins that there should be the one that goes to the instant double A. Tournament that's. That's the way I. Look at it. If you WanNa, have a tournament. The winner of that could go to the it or some other tournament But you know it's tradition, and and it's a hard battle to the fight but I know the best tournaments that the only have had have been tournaments where they. Played, it on. The floor of the regular season champion. I definitely know My Freshman Year in college when Wright State got the hosted that place was packed, and I totally agree and I think if that were to happen again. I think that's a better alternative than hey. We're all going to Indianapolis. Let's go there. Yeah, it's it's well first off. You have, and this is. This is the downside to Horizon League at my. First off. Let me just say I think the Horizon League is a Great Lakes as you mentioned earlier. Most of the teams are in big cities, and that makes it. That makes great. But the the the thing that is a problem is so many of these teams in the horizon. Their home attendance is is not existent I mean agnes up. You I mean they're lucky. If they have four or five hundred people at a game, Green Bay's attendances plummeted. Youngstown is Kinda make an research, but nothing like it was back in the. Division Two Games Cleveland Division, two years Cleveland State same way you I see the if they have two thousand people Outta game. That's a good crowd. I told people. You know you take the worst home crowd at Wright state. That would be the best home crowd at. Eight of the ten teams in our league teams that that you couldn't put in. That category would be Northern Kentucky. And Oakland they both have decent crowds. Everybody else two thousand spectator crowd is a great crowd and and six. That's the part of the League that's got to change in my opinion, and that's tough sell I mean that's a tough thing to do. To get with all the things all the access that you have to watch stuff on TV and on the Internet is just really difficult to get those people to be live spectators and and. In us it's just not a problem in the Horizon League. It's a problem in the mid American the OB see just go on and on You know here locally in Dayton Everybody looks at the University of Dayton a great crowds. They have well. That is the exception rather than the rule. There are not many University of Dayton type situations in the country You just don't see it. I think I mentioned that you know having the big cities. That's really cool, but that's also a drawback to just because in most of those cities, I mean in Chicago for example. Do you WanNa go to a bowl game or do you want to go to a game? I mean I'm sure the UIC. Tickets are cheaper, but at the same time. You know as saying with Milwaukee Cleveland. Pittsburgh, you don't have an NBA team so much, but you got the penguins order you want. Go up towards the airport to watch. The colonials play I mean it's something that I don't think I've thought about it. It's like it's a really good point I mean there's there's a lot of entertainment options in the major cities and it it's hard to become a drawl, and that type of thing and the other thing that's happened Lee is the the disappearance of newspapers because you don't. People don't think people don't get the newspaper anymore, and and so consequently A. Newspaper was a great asset for for college and High School Sports. Because you. You were made aware of when teams were playing home games, I mean complete. We played Chicago. You'd be hard. Pressed to find anything in the Chicago paper about the game before or after same way in detail Detroit Cleveland I mean I go on and on even in Dayton here. I mean the Daily News You, find out you get the paper. You find out what happened two days ago. It's it's not you know. It's not something current now. Of course we've changed the Internet and social media and stuff like that, so there are ways to promote your games, but it's not the same as it used to be. And into your point is well taken. Those big cities It's it's difficult. I mean it's difficult to generate. Even, if you're successful as a mid major program, the kind of fan support that you need. I, mean youngstown completely lost their newspaper a few years back the vindicator. It's gone Dayton daily. News like you mentioned. They now print in Indianapolis with the Columbus dispatch. Right N que you. They gotTA BATTLE WITH UC and Xavier. Whatever's happening elsewhere? In Cincinnati that's it's. It's not an easy thing, but at least social media does kind of help. You Know Y. if you want instant results, Bam. You look at your phone like okay. This is happening so no, and that's the younger generation. has adapted to that really well I. Mean just like you just mentioned earlier as a podcast about right state that the game the first game in the Notre. Center they posted out social. Media People Watch that You can't do that with a newspaper so I mean there's a lot of there's a lot of good things that are going on today. It's just it's it's just. Just a little bit more difficult for the the fifty and over group to to make that adjustment. I guess this because they're used to all their lives, they read the newspaper they They saw the scores from what happened the night before, and and I personally. It's a difficult adjustment for me because I love to read the newspaper, but you know the Dayton Daily News today. Tells, you what happened two days ago? Not What happened last night? It's just different. It's it's sad, too, because you don't. You don't get the results from last night like you mentioned I think high school football season. The results are on a Sunday something like that. Yeah, and the thing of it is and this all just happened recently because I haven't I. My last year Coaching High School Basketball was seven years ago and we. My last year we had articles in the paper consistently a lot of times. We'd have a beat writer. Right at the game. High School. now you. You don't even get a box score in the paper I. Mean it it might have you know a little blurb two days later like if the Games on Friday night it might be in Sunday's paper It's so different. I mean it's so different and. To be honest. It's sad and I think the newspapers made a big mistake when they will have a way from highlighting net sort of thing, because there's an awful lot of people that follow high school sports and I think the newspaper is a great way to to. Generate that kind of interest because people WANNA know locally. What's going on? You know what's going on at Centerville, high school sports, Bell Brooke, and so on and so on. They don't have that now. I mean there's nothing paper about high school sports like there used to be, and it's all because of what you just talked about the fact that the papers printed in Indianapolis. I think the deadline is two o'clock in the afternoon so it just it. It prohibits any kind of next day. Coverage of anything relative in sports, so it's. It's, it's really in my view kind of sad now you know you can pick up some stuff on social media, but it's not the same. By last episode I interviewed a freelancer that's from my neck of the woods and and West Alexander. We had a small newspaper and I only found out what I did. That interview that it's gone. They closed up and. That broke my heart, but at the same time it's. It's just the it's. It's just one of these today. It's it's. I was This was refreshing because I was out in Utah to visit my brother in law and his wife not too long ago. And the they got the paper and reading the paper and everything that was in the paper, and the sports was current Emmy the Utah Jazz gained from the night before they had current by. It was so refreshing. It brought back so many good memories of what it was like, but you know the day that is in my views on life support I. Mean Somebody's GonNa, pull the plug one of these days. That's going to be gone. You know like the vindicator up young. It's just a matter of time I mean I've talked to Tom archdeacon about this. And he agrees I mean it's just a matter of time. Newspapers around the country will will be gone. It'd be like the dinosaurs don't gone. You'll never see them again. It's sad. It really is sad because I. Think the print newspaper is is a viable resource for information and Those days are gone. It it's it's. It's sad to. See that and I think I'm in the minority where I love reading the newspaper and I. I like learning about that stuff, but it's just. Yeah it is it is what it is on that. That's right. Now I WanNa Talk About Your coaching class 'cause. It's something that I really enjoyed while I was in college. And that's how I met you too. And that's also how I got you on the college radio station for a couple of games I learned a heck of a lot from you on that back then it was HP are four thirty I. Don't know if it's changed numbers today, but you're coaching class. How did you get that started and What's your favorite thing about teaching? Well. You know I out stock I I got started. John Ross the first five years that he was the coach. They had this class. He taught the class. I don't know if he taught it all five years, but I know. He taught the last couple of years when Marcus Jackson was hired. He didn't WanNa teach the class, so the department approached me about teaching. The class I agreed to do it now. I've done it every year since When when I when my coaching career rights, state ended I thought that. That would be. And I got a call from the dean of the department. And he said Jim We want you to coach. The continue to teach the coaching class and I said well. Don't you want the new coach to do it? No I want you to do it. I said well. I'll do it. but I'm not sure. I. Just WanNa teach one class I. Support You, you tell me what you want to teach and will work it out so for several years there I taught that coaching classes, which is only offered in the fall, and I taught a racket ball class and a plane basketball class. And they've remodeled the student union and took up the racket ball courts, so that class discontinued but the. The basketball classes have continued now. I just got a memo the other day that they're going to discontinue all of those type of classes, so students at rights. Tennis is unfortunate. This is part of what's going on with this virus and the financial situation at Wright. State sand, but the all the what they call them. Radar active classes, their basketball a lot of roby classes golf tennis swimming. Those have all been canceled indefinitely so. And I quite frankly I don't know I haven't heard for sure about my coachee class whether that's something they're going to continue to have or not. Because that's an elective type class, but anyway yeah, I've taught that for over a close to fifty years now and. When I was coaching I really It got me it got me back into the flow of thanks. You know when you your basketball season ends in March, and and you're kind of out of the coaching thing, and then school starts back up on August and you. You had that coaching class to prepare for. It gets you back into the swing of things get. You started thinking about basketball again. And I I really enjoy it I. I gotTa Tell You one time on north bother. We we went up to play, pick? And I went down to introduce myself to the the coach didn't really know him, but. Any system eases coach Brown. Took Your Coaching Class You. Did he says yeah, and I says. Well I hope. I. Hope you've got a good grade in it. And he said he said Yeah I did I got a day and I? Hope you've forgotten everything that you learn. Expire on his face, but yeah, it's a fun class to teach I try to I try to. As you know you took the class I try to teach it. From the perspective of of being a high school coach than a college coach, because most of the time when you started out as a coach. That's the first job you're gonNA. Have you're going to be volunteer? Assistant or YOU'RE GONNA? Be Coaching, a freshman team or eighth grade team. And so I kind of approach from that aspect of actually the last. I guess maybe the last eight or nine years I've spent the first Nine or ten classes just talking about the coaching profession in all of the things. That enter into that. You know like social media said that the bail. Confrontations with parents, things that that apply to coaching in general not, just basketball, but coaching in general. Some of the things that you're going to have to deal with as a coach that have nothing to do with. Teaching Your Sport and then and then the last part of course. I Talk About coaching the sport of basketball because that's what the classes coachie basketball, but Yeah, it's been fun. It's been a fun. Class. I thought many many times. How many different students have that class I? Mean it's when you've taught the class for I think. I think the other day. When I get my first paycheck this year from from Wright state at the pizza fifty first straight year. That I've gotten a paycheck from Wright state in some form or fashion. That's base. That is that's amazing. That's really cool. It was really cool that you got to still teach the class after. The Ninety six ninety seven season. Yeah, yeah, it was, I was I was honored that he I want you to teach it. He's been very good. I mean it's It's been a fun class to teach I hope it continues but I I. This is one way or the other. This is going to be my last year of teaching because I've made a decision to do not teach after this year so but anyway it's been a lot of fun and I enjoy talking basketball as you can tell. Oh, absolutely I mean that's why I want you on the podcast. Not only for you know the stories about right state north, but you're someone that knows the sport quite well in your. You Know Your Day Tony in so yeah, yeah, all my life. I can't remember the time we were talking about. How right state almost beat Wisconsin at home. Of course I'm sure people know about the OPS the millennium one right state beat eventual national champion Michigan State in. Nineteen, ninety nine, and then later on Tommaso wins the. Championship with the spartans. But right state and Wisconsin another center. It's It's a big game. That doesn't get to happen as much anymore now. We had a home at home with them. In both games are really good Games. I made when we played up there they had Michael Finley I. It's a funny story. We. We were playing up there. You know I would come out before the game at sit down on the bench and watch the other team warm-up could underneath what stay in the locker room and. I can remember. We were going to start the game in a zone defense. And I'm out on the floor watching how much Michael Finley makes seventeen straight three point shots in practice. The Oh my God so I go on the locker for how I said. I don't know about this defense. I just watched Michael. Finley, make seventeen straight, and Ralph looked at me, says well. Maybe he's made them all. Maybe he won't make any of the game and sure enough eat. Did I mean he struggled in the game, and it was a I mean. We were headed halftime. they? They want it right at the end of the game. The funny part about that game was and I'm GONNA. Draw blank on The WHO's The Standard Gundy stamping? His brother does the Games on the NBA, but Stan was at just gotten a job at Wisconsin Coached? That was their Jackson who went to the NBA is I don't know something to do with their. Disciplined for the NBA became vice-president the NBA. But anyway stamping got the job at Wisconsin. It just got the job and I knew stale little bit not not bosom, buddy, friend or anything, but I doing we talked several times on the recruiting trail, and he comes down before the game to shake my hand and I'm telling you. Aliki was so nervous he could my hand. He could talk. He was so wound up because it was his first game as a college coach. I'll never forget that Leon. He's had A. He's had a pretty nice career as a coach coach in the NBA for a bunch of. Down Orlando most recently at Detroit and I think he does some. Games as a color commentator now, but I'll never forget how. Nervous, he was before that game. just shows you. You know the the kind of pressure that you feel. Coaching at that level. Sticking with this topic in your time at right state North Mont as a coach. With some of your favorite teams to face your favorite opponents, your favorite rivals, you got to face. Well. Probably, the. I mean I I was very blessed. I mean I'll be honest about it I. Mean I coached him. rupp arena coached at Freedom Hall. Against, Kentucky coached against. Rick Pitino coach. Denny crum coached at Syracuse against. Jim Boeheim a coached up at Saint John's against Lou Carnesecca I mean. I could go on and on those great great memories. But in terms of probably. A favourite opponent was always the University of date. Because I I played basketball there one year graduated from there I as a young kid. I was a huge University of Dayton fan and That night that we beat them. WanNa one to ninety nine at the at the arena that was. I would say that was the greatest thrill. Was the coach Kaz certainly winning the National Championship? That's something. You'd never forget and quite an accomplishment, but you know locally. That was a big big deal That was a night. That I'm not sure. I went home and slept at all I. Know we partied late into the night because that was a that was a program changer in the Dayton area. You know because. We were kind of always ud stepchild. Nobody gave us. and there are some people to still today, and I I would say the younger generation because I think right states established himself, but you have some people in their seventies and eighties have been you. D Fans for years. You still don't acknowledge the achievements that right state has made, and and it's a shame that those two schools. Don't play each other I. Think Norm Greedy. Who was on that team? There? Right State beat one. Oh, one to ninety nine, incidentally, that team went to the NC Double A. Tournament I think they want to games. That was a great team Abigail night. They had Anthony Corbett. And they had dorm greedy. Norman. I've talked about this. And he said it publicly that you know. Yeah, we lost right state, but it didn't diminish our season. It didn't. It didn't mean it was A. it was a great game, and they should be playing and and It's too bad that they don't, but that was a huge That was A. In terms of of. Big Time wins in my career. That was that was one of them. No question about it. I and in high school. Probably the greatest satisfaction I got was. We, we played over at Springfield south on a Friday night, and and lost by thirty five points just had a terrible game south played as well as they could play. And two days later on a Sunday afternoon, we were to play in the flying to the hoop at the day about her high school. And we were playing undefeated second rate S- Toledo St John's. That's it. We were playing in the in the flying into the hoop game And we won that game by a three points four points. It was one of the greatest accomplishments in by teems northbound ever made because we played a team. They had Bj. Raymond's it went down to Xavier was a three your starter. They had another player that went to Notre Dame was a two year star. Who was like? David and Goliath I mean they were so much better, the nest so much more heavily favored as they were undefeated and ranked second in state. And we beat them and. we were the better team I mean. We were just a better team. We played a great game, but it was a tremendous accomplishment, and I've thought about that many times because on Friday night we lost by thirty five and thinking back on Sunday afternoon and won a game. We had no business winning, and it just shows you what can happen when kids believe in themselves and they believe in you as a coach. And as a coach you, you don't give up, you know you don't pack your bags and you just keep fighting and things like that can happen so. Those are other than the National Championship. Those are two games that. I remember that there's there was a whole bunch of question. I mean the year I was the head coach. We Played Down Louisville then he crumbles the coach and It got to the last TV timeout three minutes and sixteen seconds to go, and it's a one point game. And a break here in a break, their went Louisville's way. We lost that game by four I. Think it was but There's a lot of great memories. No question about when you coaches I think coach take close to a thousand games, I mean. It's hard to. It's hard to remember all the great ones but there were a bunch of them. I think back then to Cleveland State had a role Ya Mass Amino. More known for his the Villanova National Championship been eighty-five he was at Cleveland State for a little bit the same time, but. As much as I. Try to avoid that subject on this podcast, because I do work for both institutions. Do you ever see right staying. Dayton playing again. y'All yeah. Yeah, it a happen I think I think in this case They you know it's. It's it's their cash. Cow I mean their basketball program is their case cow. They don't make any money off football so home. Games are extremely important to them and they. I think that's. I say what you want I. Think Financially. That's the dilemma I think. If if right state would say yeah, we'll play. It will play at your place every year. They would jump at that I mean they. They could sign a contract fast enough at Wright state with do it, but right states not going to do that. There's no reason to do that, they They've established their own program but it would be nice, and I do think they eventually. Will you know? It's just it's not something that is going to happen in the next couple years, but I do think in time it will happen one way or another. You know there's a lot of talk this past year about them planned and the NC double A. Tournament and Of course that didn't didn't happen, but there was a lot of talk about it. Right? Stay Right I. Mean You D- phenomenal season and you really really got a feel for them because I mean. That was once in a generation type season that they had. Those four kids coaches didn't get to to bask in the glory of that, what potentially could have happened I'll be? I think a lot of things went their way this year. I think their schedule is very very favorable, but they had a great basketball team and. but to answer your question. I do think in time it will happen but not not anytime soon and I do think it's a financial thing. I don't think it has anything to do with well. If we lose right state, our program will be diminished, and that I think it's just they don't WanNa. They WanNa play as many home games as they possibly can and agreed to play right stayed. Home at home takes away one of those games. That does make sense I mean for a business aspect. I don't think I ever thought ud was chicken to play right state. I thought they were just like trying to look for their own type of thing but. Yeah exactly. I mean I. It's just one of those things where you know as a college athletic program. You gotTA. You GotTa think about your total program and the the funds that you could generate, and and they generate a lot of fun with a home basketball game. So there you know that you you can just go around the country I mean Ohio. State does the same thing. Kansas does the same thing Kentucky does the same thing. They'll play schools They'll pay him one hundred thousand dollars to come in and play, and and people say well. That's a lot of money well. You'd think about it, but. When? They play a home game. Think the income that they generate I mean Twenty five dollars a ticket, thirty dollars a ticket whatever it is times near. Teen Thousand Fans I. Mean That's a lot of money and you lose that when you play on the road, and so if you're in a power, five conference you have other grab avenues of income you know. Like in the big ten, they have the big ten network which generates a lot of income. You don't have that at at the University of Dayton, I mean they don't have a TV contract with ESPN or anything like that. They have games on ESPN, but they don't have a TV contracts of you know you're limited than they are funds that you can generate in their biggest is their home, attendants and so. You can fully appreciate why they wanNA play as many home games as they possibly can. Absolutely although I do think. Gem City. Jam would be great for the city of Dayton especially since what happened last year. Maybe, it will happen later on maybe in the next decade or so but. For the next few years now I don't think so I don't think so. Jim. are some of your favorite things about sports in southwest, Ohio? Well I've always been a reds fan. I've always been a big Ritz Fan I. Think Baseball is is really messed up I mean. Of all the sports I think they're the most messed up of all. because there's no salary cap, it's it's just really an. I would hate to be a coach in that league because. You know you go into the season and you know you have no chance and you could say that about more than half the teams in in Major League, baseball season starts. They have no chance that absolutely no chance and I. think that's sad. You can't say that about basketball. You can't say that about the NFL. Because they have a salary cap and so from I think baseball is in a lot of trouble. I'm still a fan. I still love to watch. The reds I guess I'm more reds fan on a baseball fan, but. I was a Cleveland browns fan growing up, and then when the bengals became a team I kinda. Went over to them. I'm I'M NOT A. You A huge since I. I just I'm you know. I love to watch golf on TV made I just love to watch sports, and that's what's so bad about this time of the year, is you? You don't have live sports on TV now I have learned a lot because there's been a lot of. It's it's funny how you forget. Things quickly but I mean I've watched some some replaces some games that look Tom Browning's perfect game and Dole Abdullah riot does here. I've watched some of that stuff and it's been fun because you forget you forget some of those things. But I can't wait to get live sports back on I mean. I watch the golf tournament this weekend. Watch the whole thing I mean i. I'm a I'm a sports junkie. No question about it. What would you like to see in the future for sports and Media and Dayton Ohio? Well That's a tough question I mean. I think Dayton. Is a unique city because of the University of Dayton and their their basketball program the success they've had but I. You know the hockey's been tried year and it hasn't been successful now. The Minor League Baseball team which I. I was be honest with him. Very surprised. That has taken off like at had. A date sports town. It always has been got a lot of tradition You've got to marvelous colleges, and of course, sinclair the. Good program in their own right with Jeff. Price down there, but It's a you know I I think if you live in the Midwest which Ohio's in the Mid West, the opportunities you have. Were fortunate because we have. A bunch of NFL football teams within driving distance. You've got the colts. You got the steelers. You got the bronze. You got the Bengals I mean same way with baseball football basketball now. That's the only sport that you don't really you know. You Got Indianapolis and you got Cleveland But I. It's just a neat part of the country to live in because of the opportunities you have to. To Watch sports I like the memorial. I've gone to the memorial tournament the last. Ten years, and you get to see the best golfers in the world compete so I mean. I think it's kind of a deep place if you're a sports fan to live. Yes, it is I. Mean you don't have to be a big Fan Cincinnati sports around here. You've got our options, and you know span of a couple of hours it's it really is the crossroads of American Dayton. Ohio while you do and you. You didn't mention college football I mean. You GotTa Higher State. Whose? National Championship contender every year. You got the Sensi bearcats. You have had a lot of success. If you're a division three fan, you've got the Dayton flyers at success in in a so There's. There's just a lot of opportunities for that sort of thing, and it's neat because you have the college type sports situation. Could you got a lot of colleges a nearby twelve Division One colleges in the State of Ohio state colleges and so there's a lot of opportunities to to watch us so then you also have you know got your major sports within driving distance Places, in the country. Can you say that I mean? There's places out West where? Even in south where you know you drive four or five hours to. a team I I mean. I think of all those people in the south that gotta drive five or six hours to go watch. Atlanta Braves Baseball game because there's just nobody else down there It's just. It's just A. It's a part of the country that. You have just about everything sports wise to available to you. Jim For those that are interested in becoming a coach or becoming a broadcaster. What advice can you share? Is a coach that what what I always tell your people that have said that to me is. You know there's a lot of opportunities to volunteer of. Whether it's a sixth grade team seventh grade team whether it's at the high school you graduated from you don't have to one of the Great Things about coaching is you don't have to have been a superior player, great player to be a successful coach now to be a successful coach. There's some there's some things you need up qualifications, and of course, if you've played the game or play the sport at that helps, there's no question about it I mean. If you played the game you. You have an understanding of the relationship between the coach and the player, and what you what you appreciate it as a player in what you like to see and I coach those things all help, but in terms of getting into profession. I think the best thing is. Is The volunteer and I think if you look at most successful coaches. Around the country whether they're NBA coaches, college coaches, high school coaches, and you go back, and you look at where they started their career a more often than not. You'RE GONNA find. It was in some sort of volunteer. Low level situation may be a volunteer highschool coach. Maybe a volunteer college coach I I also think. You know if you if you are on the team, another way is to be a manager as if you're a manager, you're in practice every data. There's been some managers at Wright. State that have aspirations to be a coach and I think it's a great avenue because you're at practice every day you watch how the coaches coach watched interaction between the coach of the players You get a real good feel for it and I think it's a great. Sounding Board for whether that's what you really want to do. Because you see the the pitfalls of the profession so to speak so now the broadcaster I don't know you Chris Collins would be a better person to ask about that It's. That's not my bailiwick, but as a coach, I think those are some of the things that. Would work well for us just to get involved maybe at your high school maybe That's how that's. What happened to me. I mean I started out as a volunteer coach at a high school and look what happened. Jim To wrap up this episode. How can people follow you on social? Media? Well, I'm on twitter, but I don't ever post anything I or A. More of a late back I I get on twitter quite often. I get on facebook quite often, but I rarely ever post anything so I'm not someone that You learn much by following because I just don't I just if I put something on, facebook is usually something relative to my grandkids, I have four grandkids and bear balked at sports and I'll post at once in a while, but I don't. I don't recall if I've ever posted anything on twitter, but I do look at it. And I do fall that you learn a lot no question about it, but in terms of my involvement by more of a a watcher analyst or rather than a poster. Fair enough I will say. Isn't it cool to see some? The highlights of right state basketball history on. Channel I I did some of those. You know when they did that two years ago. That was a production that they did. They did like ten. And I was directly involved. I think Arlen, four or five of but yeah I now they're redoing them. and I think it's great because a lot of people forget about those things and I think it's a great promotion for the university to do that sort of thing, and that's one of the great things about social media brings back those kind of memories that You know people have and you know before we quit I just WANNA. Say I have really I think it's so cool how you have advanced your career because I can remember doing a couple games with you on radio and you were. You were at the infancy up this business and the. that. You had the improve I. Mean it's just amazingly up. I tell you a story a couple of years ago? I was a year. Right state was playing in the. NC Double A. Tournament at Wright State and I was in the parking lot and I was walking to the stadium and I heard the use announcing going on. My God. That guy's good. Who is that guy? So? It wasn't until I got in there and I ran across. Bob Dos was a sports information and I said Bob. Who who's who was doing your announcing? What's legal? I really yeah I I. Gosh, he's good and so congratulations you. You you're off to a great start with your young career. No question about it really happy for you. Thank you, catch I. Appreciate the kind words and I realized back then when. I was broadcasting on WWF PROBABLY WASN'T A great play by play, Guy but I do appreciate you. Being on those games for me and I, it's I always loved the fact that. Hey, you got the broadcast a couple of games being now he's he's on the main station calling it right sate. Everybody's got to start someplace it. You stuck with it. You really did look what's happened I mean. It's really cool to see something like that happen. That's what's so neat about that radio station is that's where young guys like yourself can learn. The trade in that would be great advice for somebody who wanted to get day. Your profession is to do something like that because. That's a great way to learn and get better and. Have some success. And you know I think that's really nice thing. That right state has the college radio station just because of the fact that Miami station is NPR and I. Don't think there's any opportunities to you know. Grow your career like that whereas you know right states pretty much just as long as you don't break any FCC guidelines. You're pretty much free to do what you want and that's happened a couple of times, but. You one, but no I. I mean I. Don't have a lot of people asking me for advice about what to do but I. that's if they're going to write state. That's one place I'm saying. Go there and you know. Get get your get your gears in and then just. Become a broadcaster. Always you know, have room. To improve, always be willing to learn about how you can improve and never stop. Learning and trying and doing new things because I. Well you have broadcast. One of the toughest sports broadcast I think that's hockey. I Lucky Hockey Yeah I. Don't know how you do it. Because that's a that to me of all the sports to do that would be the topless because the puck mooks so fast, and it goes from player to player so fast that you know there's no other sport like that in terms of of how fast things happen and to be able to do that, I mean. My goodness I applaud you. I. I haven't met a sport I. Don't like broadcasting I I've tried a lot, but Yeah Hockey's probably my favorite, just because how quick it isn't. You know, it gets a little rough at times, but at the same time it's. You know it's it's a great sport. Just wish there was more schools around here. That actually had the sport. Yeah, It'd be nice. Yeah, but that's that's another time for. Topic for another episode but coach. I WANNA. Thank you for giving me now two hours of your time and you know all the stories I it. It's something I. Wish I've done earlier, but this has been a lot of fun. I appreciate I. Appreciate you having me on and good luck with your future and It's been a lot of fun talking today. It's been fun talking you coach in you at right states. Hopefully we have sports? There was a there was a release from state. University and they're saying that athletics should begin the green light to practice soon so maybe season I. Don't know I think so. I think so hopeful hopeful. Keep your fingers crossed. I'm keeping my fingers crossed. I'm excited. See what the soccer teams can do. Volleyball last year had tremendous season I look forward seeing coach Mathur Mathur. Key things matters is matters. I know that I can't wait to see what they do, but. I'll leave you with this. Do you see sports returning in the fall for high school football and Fall Sports? Well I. Think they'll make every effort to do that I. Mean I think they need to try a? And I you know I. I saw the other day with the University of they cancelled their first game I. think There's going to be some tough times I i. really do I think you're going to have? Kids test positive. It's GonNa. Throw a roadblock in the things, but I think they'll make every effort. Remember you know you have these colleges and their football programs are their cash cows, and they make a lot of money also football at the big time. Schools now so I think every effort will be made to to do that. I just hope that. It's not going to be easy, but I hope that they're successful and. We'll a lot. I think Leeann the next month or so with baseball in the NBA. How that? How that transcends itself? And how what happens with that? I I think that goes reasonably smoothies they that will set the stage for college football to start up and but there's a lot of you know there's a lot of questions about whether. You're going to be able to do it and time will tell I do. Worry about the fact that not only you have NBA heading down to Florida, but you also have mls, and that's one of the states that has the highest up takings of Corona virus. Yes, a it worries. Yeah, people just have to be careful I, mean they? You know they have to be careful and I think a lot of people. Kinda got comfortable with it, and now we've had kind of resurgence so. Maybe, we get through this and you know we get to the end of July. Thanks might improve dramatically. At least that's what I hope. I hope so too coach, but I thank you for your time today and that will wrap up episode one sixty, seven of the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast again coach. Thank you for your time. Love probably glad to. Talk to you again for up so one sixty eight. Thank you for listening to another episode of the Cincinnati and Dayton Schwartz podcast with lean W Maui. Do Subscribe to this podcast? Please visit the League of Human Dot. COM spelled T. H., e., L. E. W. M. O. W. E. N. dot com. Click on podcast from there. You can find your favorite way to catch new episodes of this podcast. such as on apple podcast Google podcast, spotify tune in the iheartradio APP. Pandora and many more platforms all along on social media by liking facebook page. The Cincinnati Dayton sports podcast follow along on twitter at Sunday. pod and the Lee W in. Feel free to send in future questions for mouths mailbag on twitter or facebook. Closing theme was created with the slash APP available for free on Google play and the APP store. This is Lee, wwl and signing off. Let's talk local Cincinnati and Dayton sports again on the next episode.

Basketball Jim Brown Jim Wright state John Coach Ross US Ralph underhill Dayton High School Kentucky NBA John Ross John Indiana Ohio Wright Cincinnati Marcus Jackson director Mid West University of Dayton Belmont
06-07-2021

The KiddChris Show

58:15 min | 4 months ago

06-07-2021

"Chris dot com o. What up everybody back in it Thanks to all the cool peeps for hitting the app on all the social media and stuff in the private messages and all that About the passing of my mom. All cool stuff. I appreciate that but back to business here. We are here. We go speaking of social media. Gonna follow all at kid chris. Now kid chris dot com. Kf hris at kid. Chris on instagram twitter and facebook right. That's the important stuff here. Back at work feels good. Gotta get back. That's all i kept saying the whole time. I was in syracuse. I i gotta get back. I gotta get back. Make sure that. Get back. The roller normal stuff. My my mom passed away. And i had to go my brother and sister were freaking out. I had to go and deal with that Know but that's gotta do i guess but what a nightmare you never had to deal with this kind of stuff right. Yeah no i mean it. The sad thing is everybody does. Yeah and as older. I'm forty seven It becomes a common thing now. My mom didn't have a will. I guess so. I had to go and then i mean it's a whole thing because it's like my. My brothers had no clue what to do so we had to go to her apartment. Pick through that. God does just as tiny apartment so we go through and grab all the financial stuff i had to put all that into a couple of bins and take it to my airbnb and sort everything out like liderman airbnb had all these little piles and and and i go through all that stuff and then sort out things that need to be shredded and this and that so that was a pain in the ass and you have to go to the people say hey You know we're not paying him. Yeah yeah nobody's here to pay rent prove it and they're like oh okay because they don't want to hear that you're like What are they gonna do. They can't do anything about it. Well she signed a lead. Yeah right then. There was like well what we do with all our stuff. None of it's worth anything because she smoked insides. Everything smells like smoke. My basement now smells like smoke. Smoke so either. Pay guys succumb to do that. Junk removal are yeah. Yeah so they're coming. They couldn't do it when i was there. So they're coming later this week and we had to give the guy too key. So i'm hoping everything smooth because i'm not there. You know what i mean. Yeah so and then. There's the then i had a call attorneys and i thought it'd be make one call and attorney okay. We'll take this on to sort all the financials and people like i. I don't have time to take on anymore clients. I finally found this woman. Thank god So now you're gonna pay for that that's going to be a pain in the ass. Two hundred bucks an hour. This girl gets all really. Yeah and if it gets if it gets you know talking to get tangled up. I don't think there's no. Because she kept telling me she goes. Look the way it sounds. It's your mom was pretty simple. You do this yourself. And i'm like i don't live here. I can't yeah. I'm not gonna do that so she's going to do. It's hopefully it set up find all. I wanted to be paid back for what i had to spend deal with all the stuff. That's all i want. But i guess there's more mo- you know. I guess she had my mom had a 401k. Set up and I think there's a savings and all that but they gotta take the gather everything geno assets but this one car. She has so they got to gather all this stuff and then and then put an pile and see who's owed money. Yeah and then they pay them with the whatever's there and then you know on that list. Because i pay me back pay my sister back from the cremation and all that stuff. And then whatever's left they split it right between the three. Yeah so okay. Well that's fine. I just want my money back. That's all. I don't care about any cash or anything. Just pay me my money back now. Obviously there's cash. I'll put it in the savings. Whatever but that's it. i just want it done. No bombs nothing. But what a holy cow tracking down family was a nightmare. My my mom hadn't talked to her sister in years. And i didn't even ought to get a hold of her side and do all this research and pay on his website that look up people and then i found her and i was trying to find like through her her her other relatives. I didn't know that her brother glenn was shot and killed. He was in and out of jail. Oh well that's good to know. And like i have. I speak to worry about of hair early. Yeah so man that was it was it was a whole thing. So that's a last week when we found out and then when my brother-in-law said he gotta come to town. Nobody knows what to do. And like because. I hate being off the air is all. I know how to do this. Know how to be a human twenty four seven. Twenty four seven chris network. You would the phone number. Here is five one three eight one three seven. Nine seven nine We'll get our buddy. Brian combs come in and update us. All right i mean pretty much. The the world is opening up which is great news. While i was gone now we knew the foo fighters coming into town. And i knew it was going to sell out but in a blink of an eye at so literally. Yeah so that's that's that's your did your phone get hit of like. Hey these tickets no no. Everybody was known cpa. Were very very nice on my social media. It's my mom you know and normal chair. That kind of stuff. But i wanted to because for reason people are getting nagged with. Where's the podcast. Because then i'll get fast. Look dickhead sorry. I gotta deal with life. Yeah yeah so. Everybody seemed to be pretty nice. There was some people. Try to make jokes like put up a picture of my momma. Hey she's hot. I'd back that kind of a thank you. Yeah but they're just trying to doesn't work like i said i'm not human. It was interesting going up to places. Like i went to applebee's if you don't know my mom passed away. So i took some time off to go be in syracuse with my family and i went to you know. There's nothing i was in an airbnb. No food or i went to these places anyway. So i went to applebee's it was weird being there without your mask on and stuff. I felt like yeah. I was doing something wrong. I was doing some stuff at the casino this weekend. And you walk in. And nobody's got their masks. Yeah so it was weird to feel weird about it. Yeah you're happy that you didn't have to wear but you felt weird have won. It was a weird thing. I was at a meeting at the barks of by myself. And that's what you know. Applebees it just throws you back to the nineties so i felt like a young hip twenty year. Here we go but The girl was came up. She was getting my order. She kept staring at me. And i'm like this. You know she goes. Hey i go to school with you. And i went to high school with this girl. I didn't even know who it was. And she goes. Oh so you still live at tonic. Now i live in cincinnati. She goes oh vacation you for. I said oh my mom died and she like jumped cute. Yeah and what's funny. Is she was what this is one of those stories. She was one of those girls that she left our high school in junior high when she was a junior because she got pregnant all parents were very religious so it was that whole like they disappear end up on the island with all the other pregnant young girls. Yeah so she had a kid real young and now she's a grandmother. She's like forty-three what her daughter had a kid young. I know man dollar margaritas. no it was I alan strong island. No no mr. brian combs up in a great news. Right as far as cove couple of milestones reached over the weekend the state of ohio for the first time since this pandemic kit and they've been reporting numbers like this had less than three hundred cases. Fewer i guess it'd be the proper word fewer than three hundred cases of covid yesterday which is like day one from covy. Yeah i mean the really. The these numbers have not seen The governor of ohio initially headset That the goal of fifty cases per one hundred thousand people left all the covid restrictions. And we've hit that number. Yeah i mean. He eased the restrictions last week as the vaccination rate and the pressure increased. But we are now at that point where he basically said kovic is no longer a threat. Doesn't say that way knows. Once people get back inside and the colder weather hits but for the summer and for the foreseeable future some very significant progress in the state of ohio. Yeah This is the week that all the restrictions per terms of capacity limits. And things like that. Come off in kentucky and set friday for that you'd eleven and You know some big changes while you were gone. Yeah yeah dealing with the family. It's just the state of kentucky. Did finally offer us a million dollars. Is that so we were excited about going. To be good brian. Me and rachel in here. What day all the kentucky wanna sign up for that. So that i drawing is coming up a you do have to register at the kentucky state website. If you want to do that ohio. We'll give away another million dollars in scholarship on wednesday of this week. They've got three more still the handout. You think i'll think honestly that we would it be hitting these numbers. If it wasn't for the vaca million. I mean definitely helped. Yeah i mean. The governor of ohio said that you know like in one week they saw like a half a million more people get shots and that was the highest rate since february when the shot was first made available to everybody. So yeah i mean. It's definitely helped. Now it's gimmick promotion it all and then it also is kind of dying off. I mean you know you had that big initial surge from it. So what do you do. Mike dewine said last week. Sweeten the pot a little bit. Oh right so. He indicated that there might be some more prizes to be offered here. Shears ryan got right. You've seen just about everything but I think one thing that they've talked about like elite tickets to sporting events that are hosted in those states. Oh wow you know so maybe in kentucky. It's you know a suite for the kentucky derby. Yeah the anna ca. Do you know indy. Five hundred special treatment. Free rehab. And i work as well thanks. Mike did kind of indicate last week that they were looking at some other things. So mean you know west. Virginia's to pick up trucks in hunting licenses and fishing license jaw guns. This is going to be like the health version of. Let's make a deal very well. May come down to that with the vaccinate show. The one thing that's clear if we're not going to get to that seventy percent level if the president had set by the fourth of july. Yeah free beer from bud i own. It doesn't look good. That's why budweiser did there like. There's no way that sixty sixty three percent range depending on how you on how you calculate the numbers so it doesn't look good to get them. There's a month though. So i mean who knows if some of the incentives are good enough. Maybe they'll put us over the top right but also a navy budweiser will say. Hey we're close enough kind of like the governor ohio waiting for that goal to hit and he was finally like. Now we're just lifted biden. Wouldn't be anywhere near it if it wasn't for dewine's you're right. They're all you have to do is look at all the states that have copied it. Yeah you know in the days sense. If he does hit it has been a success. Does hit it. He better be calling. Mike dewine and saying he'd eat thanks. Somebody's governors by above wiser. Yeah exactly kind of a cool bit. That would get him a budweiser beer. Summit way back in the day with obama and and mcconnell yeah it was so abject bourbon summit. I think it was so awkward here by go. Get you get free beer at a few. Yeah or get some crack my son. That's where i gotta go. Yes thank you. Brian comes. It's good seeing him again. Yeah he's the guy who brings a a year just over here out bad about fifteen months. Now it's like he's like hey millions of dollars three hundred cases that's nothing for the whole state. Come on let's beer. Yeah let's go. We're like what ninety days away from western southern. Wb and firearms here. Before you know it. I know once june hits here. Summer's over but this is i mean. Look i do the fireworks and all that stuff but this is gonna should be the biggest biggest one this is coming back from a pandemic. it's gonna be. I know. I know it's going to be a long week building up to what our time tiring is to build up. The day of. Love is easy for us because you you've already jumped out of the plane at that point. Exactly we're we're we're there. We're just they're hanging out sitting in the honda. I mean i'm looking forward to it. Just 'cause it's going to be one of those. You haven't seen anything like this. Yeah two years i know. Think about last year did it out at hamilton. What we did okay. Hamilton people told us we were so then. They got mad at us. They said they're doing fireworks at hamilton. And then they got mad at us. When we didn't do it. I am not look. I have no problem now. Going to hamilton. Doing something i think we should. Yeah but two years. We haven't done them a b. y. o. b. fireworks before you bring your own all and we'll come watch if they feed us. Yeah right just bring bring food. I will be there. You're going to have gentlemen john barrett studio again. Yes you haven't seen him in a couple of years. Yeah wow if you cook it. They will come up. That should be the saying of kid. Chrishell oh speaking of radio. There's this video. I guess there's some. I didn't know this instagram page. But it's like a page at D obviously created by a radio person. It's goofing on radio guys and all that stuff or whatever and goof on the business itself which you know. That's fine that's cool but there's a show i. I'm in radio nerd. I don't know this guy. do you know this guy. I've never heard of it. It's a show. This isn't a this. i don't know just know. There's a show. In phoenix called the front or dickinson phoenix. Something like that. it's an arizona somewhere called the frank show and he's fatuity show from home like a lot of people have been. Yeah and i guess. His producer is running studio at back in homebase and this guy frank is at his house and then they have a sidekick girl and i guess this this producer was doing something that was annoying sky frank so on the air they go to a break and you know how it is there on facebook live at the same time so when they go to break on the radio or song would ever. That's playing on the air. And then on facebook live you could hear them talking and see them and stuff and frank starts yelling at the board op. Dude is producer guy toiling one. Hey real quick dude deal. You started off yesterday morning. Throwing me under the bus. About our lunch in your. What's going on with you a hard time. No i'm having a hard are you. Are you having a hard time working with me. No not at all dude about having a hard time working with you because you're bugging me. Give me when i stop doing something stop doing. It stopped being a little fourteen year. Old button. pusher sensitive about you knowing. That's why are you having a hard time stopping knowing all right. I'm sick of it. Are you okay there you. you're annoying. I don't know what else to say. You're going and when i ask you. Please stop being annoying. Please stop i. Just i stopped. I didn't get thank. You see you know two episodes of just pointing that out. You don't need to. What i gather is like they were talking about dave letterman before another segment or something and the host. Frank is only seen two episodes. And i guess that dude dude kept saying i'm a big fan of a fan and then i guess that guy frank one point said we can get it. You're a big fan. Stop saying that. And i gets. You just kept doing it. So the guy franks like i told you to stop see. But there's a i don't know but like insulting him calling a button pusher and all that stuff is seattle. I don't like that either. That's that's the like we hit our business. It's usually a good. Yeah yeah. I've never know i've gone off on bosses like this but not the people in the room. No i've never gone after somebody else like their job. It's like okay. i'm not gonna go we that's why you're you don't see that especially to a producer guy. He's the guy responsible for keeping you on the air so but he did go off. I'm sure that bully mental. I hate that whom they see to episodes just pointing that out. You don't need to base so much. Why do you always have to bring that up to everyone. Oh yeah big. Fan go yourself. Did everyone knowing. Well i defend you. So i do. I have to repeat it time and time again. Stop doing it. it's annoying and i'm sick of it so much. I don't know they're both wrong in this stuff because that producer guys should be gone. Okay you know what i mean. Just drop it. Yeah don't sit there and fight with the host because well i wanna keep saying big fan don more. He's just trolling them to i. Don't know and if he is he bit ya i get don't shea will. The dude frank gets pissed throws is headphones off and stuff. It's great how god. But i asking you for like the twenty time please stop. I'm writing all the stuff that give it to stop doing it when i asked you. Please stop. It's funny because while this videos going on you can see like the chat or wherever people are going. That's it for me i'm out. Yeah me 'cause they're uncomfortable. Yeah true he did stop. Oh you didn't throw in a little bit. A little. Whisper thing two minutes that i i didn't hear what you said. All i know. Is that your fourteen in your goddamn head right. So you're gonna push your. I've ever met in my life so it would certainly be within your character to try to slip some little comment Right before we go on the air. Were you just giving me a time. Q what what. I didn't hear what you said. I just said two minutes is in like you're going to go back to being two minutes but i'll stop talking to go back to me and it was just you know responding to you. Cut this with a real big fan. I hate it every single time. You do it. I asked you to stop doing it. And it's like thing you think is really clever but it's that it's really clever it just the bank rats. You only three metallica songs. You loser i don't understand. Why get so. He don't hate loser. I don't know why you gotta stop balmy loser man because that's just video of fight it out a wall. Jesus man i'll tell you it was fun watching it on. The girl just sat there two two kids on the playground going. No no no no. I see it sucks for the host. Because again when you're the host of people are going to look at you and once you blow up and start saying stuff. They're going to go. Oh he's a bull but also the other dude obviously is trying to be annoying. It's getting in the way and do blew up but he should've just blew it off. Yeah he should have been wait until the show's over and did it like later on. I'm like dude. I keep asking you to stop doing this. This is starting to become a problem. You know what i mean. Well you fix it with the if you're the host you get to it before he does will tear. It's over here. He was a big fan. Yeah yeah right But man. I'll tell you why we're professionals. That's right but you shut up. That was co so funny seeing that you're being annoying the noise. Well it's great to because the guys at his house screaming into his camera because you know they're on remote yeah and he's screaming. It looked like like they should have had been. They're holding the mike he's annoying on purpose. It reminded me of that time. When the the wolfpack guys sorta calling into dick i garrett that worked here at the radio in our building and he was on the The am sports station is trying to do. Its own local show and stuff and just dealing with the callers being clowns he starts going off and then i mean obviously he didn't mean to insult me so anybody who called him with a clown call must be a truck driver. It's like now you're just shooting at people have nothing to do with any but the bengals are actually doing a good thing. A generous thing for the city that they didn't have do right. Let's go to level. And we got chris on the horn. Chris you're on. Espn fifteen thirty. I wanted to say that hamilton county should subsidize you having an interesting personality because you sound. You're reading school closings on an am station in the middle of the country. Let me tell you something. Chris what the hell you want us to say. I cut him off. Let's let's go to santa cheo. Let's go to sam on cell sam. How's it going. Espn fifteen thirty station. But i think you suck a fat one all right. Good good calls fantastic. Thank you appreciate. We sucked that guy's a truck drivers mad at his life. Let's try this. Let's go downtown you're on. Espn thirty doing guys. I'm great on the radio thanks. I'm good hopefully your last you luger's what's what somebody losers larry's you losers getting him getting set up though as per every thanks man. Thanks for that. You lose losers. what's joe what. What are you seriously calling up and telling us. We're losers or twenty five year old kids but i have a better job than your sorry asses because we get to talk about sports all day call and say we suck fine. Just tell me off air. You'll have to go on errands. Say if we suck fine. Sorry it's something to listen to. Its local radio sports on a weekend. We're trying to make it in this business and we're actually sitting here. doing it. just never chased. You're damned dreams down. I don't give a rat's ass dot eu or say about us really did. Why did you spend twenty seconds light up the airway now. I'm going to do something i shouldn't ask. Go back to the hugh a whole phone to go to the next call. Rick let's see if Michelle are you a moron michelle. Okay yeah we're done with the calls. Knocking them comes out. Everybody's sucks on this station. Apparently that's the lucy and the football salt all right. We're talking about local topic. People got shot at cer- mortis show. Yeah yeah yeah lose. He'll still good good now. Oh yeah sports guys. Cincinnati sports daddy. That's me that's me. That's me one more time. That's me that's me. Little plug door. But he jim day. I when i drove the syracuse Last week i had to be there for family stuff. I had a lot of time to listen to podcast a lot of wrestling. Excuse me wrestling podcasts. Listen to jim day and Joey votto good podcast. Yes it was really good. Yeah yeah he did one. Recently with jay. Bruce yes. I think he is latest ones with direct. Jesse winker okay. Who had the hat trick yesterday. See i like joey votto. I like what he talks. you know. he's he seems like a good dude so he's interesting. Yeah and he doesn't talk a lot of media doesn't do things like that so he tried gym and they have a good little in like. Jj's a good dude. And i texted on listen to it. He was shocked he was like. Oh this is an honor. do you even know. We'll put it out there for your star tv valley sports ohio and he does a great job. Podcast is pretty good so props to check it out. The sports brought to you by calling electric wiring wiring for today's world at five one. Three two seven forty one twelve. Go on that thing called the worldwide web and cullen electric cincinnati dot com. Yes mr colin was out at my house last week about that yup locally owned and operated since nineteen ninety nine yup good dude. We hung out for a little bit. Jesse winker hits the three run homer three home runs yesterday including the game winner in a ninth reds over the cardinals. Eight seven to winks a second three run homer game of the season two run shot and a first follows that with inning. Later with three run belt up seven. Nothing saint louis ties it against the reds bullpen into sixth or there was a lot of bad words among the reds fans in that inning. Yeah but the reds. Come through to wink winker hits hits the ninth and lucas sims. Yes comes out of the bullpen. Yup cap things off coupon out out of it and the jam and the bottom of the ninth reds come home happy with their first four-game sweep the cardinals in saint louis since nineteen ninety howard. Because i know it rained here during the reopening day right right but how did the crowd and being i mean did they never never say never played. they played. They never played that day. john sign. I don't know it'll be interesting to see if they have are- reopening day sometime this week. I don't know yeah. It's gonna rain all week to they. They're the reds are off. Today they open up a homestand tomorrow night with the first three up again. So central division co leading. Milwaukee brewers at seven ten twenty five year old. Kids live in our dream the reds. That's right they are some are older to. Let's see golf. Patrick can't lay with a part of the. I hold of a playoff to beat collin morikawa taking a second win the memorial tournament. Three years in dublin. Boy how about jon rahm six shot lead at the at the halfway point they tell him he's got cova. Nineteen coming off the eighteenth green done how do you how do you catch that. Now you'd have canadian. Thank you get back it takes. What one seconding that vaccination. Here's that even hurt to throw back to the reds real quick. Joey votto on that podcast with jim day The sort of talking about like after baseball. You giovanna would work good in in the office somewhere for the booth. Yeah well he did radio the other day you know. Maybe that's something he should he might become the next Jeff brantley or joe nuxhall. Yeah i like giovani's i wish. Somehow we could get him to trust to come on here. i think he's a good guy. Yeah so good guy to get that done okay. I'll try all right also. How about boxing. Last is chad johnson's debut and a ring. Impressive in miami despite getting knocked down in the fourth round of his bout against combat fighter bryan maxwell. Listen nobody's happy with that main event this is like the second one where it's like a clown show named floyd mayweather. They're going to really burn. People were to the point where no one's going to be paying for these anymore. But they already got. I mean mayweather made what over fifty million I'm not doing that. I would have gotten a ring with that guy for that me. Too but chad. Johnson says i want conor mcgregor. Next block enough. Nobody's going to buy. They will buy. But but chad johnson. Me going against him. I know but chad johnson. I mean somewhat of an athlete but also he hasn't been like in the news in a long time so the rapid matter this keeps him in the news and keep things going right but who knows what's going to happen neck for the promoter. You gotta pay that big money for conor mcgregor for that. Because you that's your balls. On the line right. Conor mcgregor will make him a human parental. Yeah i mean that'll be like i'm sorry. But you know there may guys only wants to take on rich franklin. Do it willy. yeah off by willie cunningham. i'll be the ref Let's see also tim. So hard back into the sixties. He's already they're racing. congrats to austin rudolph racing. Yup takes the win yesterday and the fiftieth annual cincinnati. Soapbox derby all park. Don't tell you we don't cover the sports around rudolph advances to the to akron to run into world championships next month. I'll tell you what. I was driving back from syracuse. This is not about wrestling or about Racing whatever i saw parts of pennsylvania amish and like these these guys are the horse and buggies are just on the road and it's funny because the they live somewhere in the back of this one guy had like a like a refrigerator box and he had like a cooler and stuff. And i'm like whoa. How are you living dude. Is this going to be. You're gonna commit to the full on the part of amish. It's like come on get a caterer. Hey everybody needs an emergency kit in your car. Okay no matter. It's strong or whatever like selene powered or now get jumper cables for coach. Andy cohen will start selling electric cars at cullen electric. Good nice maybe convert ours intellectual cars right buddy. Happy happy monday. Reckless driving does determine who's right. Why only who's left therapy monday. Well i didn't like that at all on wwl down ari. Don't mix hits. We're not that fun. Pardon me excited like in that. The bachelorette is getting ready to start. Thank you know to stop. And david spade is going to be one of the Host oh he's definitely board. He likes that show though ago. He's the sorry. I watched the bachelorette because of alec. You know hot chicks. I like the drama. I like trash so it's good to the watch. So yeah he's going to be one of the guys going to be rotating people through that you know that one host dude got trouble so they. They cancelled him. So he's out for for now Chris harrison was his name and the other thing. Boy you remember. When friends was begging there was like rumors that they were making a million dollars. An episode or something like that. The cast of friends for the hbo max reunion special made two point five million each to be a part of that. All that is okay so it says here which is a lot more than five hundred forty thousand five hundred forty thousand episode ono five hundred forty thousand they made for the entire first season of okay but that makes sense but then that's when they start putting god that show that show was was gigantic. I watch and whatever. I wasn't hooked on like everybody else wants the reunion. Yeah i wanted sex for matthew perry all going on and then now his fiancee at him. They broke up and this is right after he was caught like chatting with an eighteen year old girl online hoops and she snapped a video of it and stuff. And what a pain in the ass. Can't even talk to your teen year old. I will say this. Lisa kudrow looks the same rate anywhere else. Looks a little. I mean joey. He's just like hell would joey. Joey carbs maverick cox. Just looks like she's had her face stretched every way and joey is. he's bloated. whatever. Which is fine. I mean we have fun and matthew. Perry looks like he's like has like chandler it's faces like melting into his body out and whatever he always looked like your looks like a monkey and it's funny. Did he had like a pet monkey on the show. A monkey and then according cox whatever and then but jennifer look so good still beautiful. Yup but yeah. You're right lisa cujo. Who's the oldest on. The show is ray looks great anyhow so that the other thing this is what irks me the ellen degeneres show going away. She just hit one hundred million followers on instagram. And i'm like why are these. i. I've instagram falls. I want more you one hundred million though. Yes you better start dancing and giving away stuff. Well you know i. I should set a goal at where i should be for the instagram followers. Like for instance. Kim kardashian this two hundred twenty five million instagram followers. And he know what she does. The people she shows her asking her bay the used to in that look Maybe i should set it up to where when i hit a certain amount of instagram followers. I will just mimic kip pictures. God me a white bathing suit sown my ass The phone number. If you wanna call five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine here back live after being off last week for most of last week Being a out of town my My mom passed away. Was there a deal with that kind of stuff. But while while i was gone Got of course. Some voicemails Voicemails from people sharing their condolences and stuff and So many we know. He's a drifter drunk. Called the voicemail. Left a nice message wrong. Yeah yeah barney. Why my Sars breather. How hey look when does a no no judge me. And i don't give say i got by bye. Kansas that live everyone. So there you go. That's music from our very own country while not ours but it's country jeff. The drunk drifter who calls into our show every once in awhile here is is your calling us live. Hello country jeff. Good morning good morning mine. The my tire better. Yeah he said a little out of it when you left a voicemail for me at like four in the morning while kentucky however something some type of ski. Oh i see your whiskey guy. Listen here nine okay. Because you're you're mostly a beer guy right. Yeah yeah what now. Why is it that you don't drink alcohol alcohol. I mean i know you're an alcoholic but have you ever tried to drink like rubbing alcohol. You know some people say that that is a Something that people. I drink I drink campaign ties once you did. Yeah i got frank and titus hospital while so you learned your lesson with that right. Yeah yeah yeah. So so no. More drinking hinson and tyson for country. Jeff strictly Ice house edge right. Yeah yeah i got some head. I'm in something called swis team. Yup but i i mean. I don't think that's going to do anything to you. That's like drinking decaf. yep yeah. Today's strong it's only five percent alcohol. Yeah that's not even worth your time really. It's more filling your belly. Right be app. Yeah now today. It's the weather's crappy it's gonna be crappy all week so you will you fly your sign. Or what are you gonna do. I got i got. I got ninety four hours of your good. I mean that'll take care of the rest of the week right After week and then then what what will you do after that there flying flying you know what jeff like. Do you find that when i mean if you think about it. People are happy that you know the pandemic's over and stuff. I would be out there all week. Like you know. Just kind of taking advantage of people being in good moods because the pandemic's over and stuff they'll be happy to help you out world out but it's gonna be like this all week so you might as well go out there and and stocked up some of the cash. Spag up over my clothes. Yeah yeah and then then you'll look more like needy as far as needing the cash call so as your agent. I recommend that you take this opportunity. Now follow country. Jeff on real country jeff on twitter. You'll see his profile picture. Now is the graphic. That's going to be the new t shirt that i told him i was going to get made for him that i know i told you i was going to get it. You know i had some things. Come up were kind of put the schedule back we got. That's alright jeff. you know. it's not always all about you. It happens yeah. I need to take some time for myself every once in a while. Yeah yeah all right jeff. We'll we're gonna bounce out all right man. Y'all keep on people. Well i will keep monkey country sweetie on keeping country jeff. He's got a lot of followers on twitter. It's amazing he's interesting guy but he holds back a little bit now because like people will insult like say bad things about them and then when he tells them to go up themselves whatever then twitter will ban them tampa they started. Got to be the bigger man. I guess our buddy country jeff the drunk drifter here in cincinnati. Yeah yeah phone. Numbers five one. Three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. The drummer from anthrax xamax. Charlie bananas gonna be joining us here at eight twenty five. I'm a big anthrax renovated around forever fortieth anniversary of anthrax by the way that's only been around but also he's got a A solo album that he put out just from jamming with his buddies on zoom through the pandemic became an album. So it's co that's cool. He's come on never spoke this guy. I love anthrax so much and jaws worlds colliding. And that's the other thing. He is in uber. Jaws like nerd as we are so yeah. This is going to be fun. So we're gonna talk to him about all that stuff. Come up right here. On the kid chris show speaking of Like music Guitar world magazine. Put out the greatest guitar riffs of all time. Oh here we go. Here's Six ten. You're ready for ten or whatever you know that that's a that's a big iron man. That's yeah that's something when you hear the first couple cords. These are all that you should learn when you first are playing guitar. Too cemetery gates is better off. Because barry windham back in the days to come out. That's all he did. Yeah in the. Nwa world champion factor ashley every single time hundred purple. That's number six. here's Here's arrests right number five. Yeah no this is going okay. That's number one actually. So that's number one whole lot of love is a whole. It's crazy train own okay. That's the number two. Yeah they put them on here. Backwards like this senator. Why what do you think that number three is. Why haven't hurt van halen so it has to be somewhere coming out This is a. But i'm not summer. Three for the top ten greatest guitarists yes number for. So here's number five okay. Hey talk about all right. Don't you think it would be something. I don't know i i know you hate it. What are they gonna throw a ruptured in there. That's not a riff. Though that's a solo. That would be the argument but whole lot of love is number. One what yeah. That's other mri mountain hop has a nice. Yeah or even Habit does get into a why. I don't know that those lists are always a battle and then all the guitars going to leave voicemails and stuff. What about copperhead road not didn't make the list. The van halen one. I think could have found a better one panama clapped. It doesn't make it on their. Yeah right yeah. Like leyla lease or something or something with cream. No no that's a that's an slash doesn't make it on their welcome to the jungle should've percent or even sweet child online. Oh god yeah over. John yeah definitely yeah. That's a and we call them list. That is not a good list guitar world on the the drummer from anthrax. Charlie but not day. What's up man. Hey man how are you doing good dude. I'm psyched wwl giddy about this man. I like that about. There's obsessed about things to talk about. I know you got the solo album out a silver linings which is stuff that he recorded like during the pandemic with guys like zoom and all that stuff. Now we gotta talk about jaws. Thank you were huge. Fed's of jaws and i'm glad that the jaws fan as well let's get nerdy on jaws ready. I'm ready to give me one bit. And i'll tell you i'll go off for an hour us well which one i mean. Everybody hates jaws for. You weren't a fan of that only one. There's only one jaws movie. So oh you're so you're you're hardcore where you're like the health even to I'll deal with two as if it was like a stepchild type of i gotta do that. And then what about three. I don't even wanna talk about it. I saw in the theater with the glasses and everything. If we have to take three for what it is. I mean they had good actors in a two but it was just mad. Something went wrong somewhere. I mean the part the part to me. That just was like that's it. Let's get up. Let's get out of this theater. Right now is when the short is about to crash through the the root window and it just looks like a floating third hitch and then all of a sudden it's like with and then i wanna talk about it you we're talking about this. Is it it funnier. Though as the newer movies to quality of the effects went down the worst of the shark in the air in and then the broken pillar at the front of the boat stabs through. It looks horrible now. I will say this about jaws for. It's it's probably the one redeeming thing about the movie. There is a really good. Kill the shark And i thought it looked really good but everything else behind that is just. It's not good not good movie. Soggy with charlie from anthrax about jaws these big jaws fan. Michael caine tiktok channel and michael caine. Craps all over it. He said he just did it to buy a new house. I actually i saw that. I read that. And it's like i mean the fact of the matter is like the shar was was so pissed off and it was so personal to him that he added. Go all the way down to the bahamas to get the rest of the family. Yes so it was just like that's it. I'm done with the roadies you wanted to kill him to. I'm done with all of them every. Let's get them. All the funny thing about jaws is steven. Spielberg said that his favorite record of twenty one. Silver linings back to the album. That's cool. that's cool the same stuff jolly benatti from anthrax talking to us here. Of course we share the love of jaws the movies and stuff and richard dreyfuss of course killer in that first movie. This is no boat accident. This is a short. richard dreyfuss. Angry is amazing. His screaming is awesome. But what those guys go away. It's over what's roy. Scheider was out. That was it. Yeah yeah funny story about which drive this. A friend of mine matt taylor who wrote the I forget the name of the book. It's all about jaws from amity. I i helped. i hope them with With the metallica book that he put out and as a favor and as a gift to me he hooked me up with The murphys who way murphy was a wrangler on jaws. they had the barrels and they gave me a barrel. I i love this thing dude. It's so amazing. So when dreyfuss is in town doing this convention that my friends put on Went down and richard took a picture of me with any sign. He wrote some stuff on the barrel. It was a moment to me. That was my the jaws. Universe is is so amazing that all everything aligns up and and and something like this happens it brings you back to when i was like eight nine years old and just like don't know man. It's just being a kid again. See that's good. Have you gone to where was it. Martha's vineyard oh yeah back in ninety three When i was of course in new york still I had gone to martha's vineyard to do my own. Jaws search for you know landmarks and stuff like that. So i did that all by myself and nobody there knew anything so i had to find it all fun story. There's a there's a restaurant there and Played alex kitten. Because last name is he's something but he worked as a manager at this restauran- alex kitten at burger on the on the menu. Yeah and it was a fish fillets mother and catch it was. It was so funny to me all this stuff so i had to find all the different landmarks and it was awesome. Yeah that is did. The kitchener burger. Spillover the doc all over the all over the table by nasty and it was a drummer for mad tracks. His name is charles not. he's talking to us here. he's got a solo album called silver linings. A lot of the singing on. There's with his girlfriend carla harvey. Which is this is a total complement. What do they call it. A smoke show so hot. I'm going to tell you that. I think she knows she knows she's got to know. I wonder if that if that works. What like. I always thought that to women who are high. Of course. they know their hot. But it's like when you told them about it. They actually surprise. Oh my god really you. I appreciate that it's like you know it you know she's got that hot. Were even like putting a ball cap on and putting their hair back in the ball cap. She looks on you. Know what i mean sunday morning. Oh yeah could be saturday to yeah. Yeah and you're fine with it. Hey charlie i gotta tell you you're a music fan and said what was your first run and growing up. It's up with artists that you are a huge fan of alan Yeah back in the day Tickets went on sale for madison square garden. Me and my friend went to down there to get tickets and just as goofs on the back of the record you know we look for the management and the address and it wasn't that far away from where madison square garden was so we went there just hung out outside for a bit of a coin management and all stanley came walking up all my talk. I'll never forget it Me and my two friends and all stopped. He brought us upstairs to the management and signs. Some eight by ten for us talk to us for a bit and it was the greatest experience. Not as that's such a good story because there's a lot of times when people get to meet their. You know the one person they wanna meet and they turn out either. They're having a bad day. Or something in store clearance. Yeah well charlie. I gotta tell you i worked at a grocery store in syracuse. Because that's where i'm from called wagmans. I used to see joey all the time in high school and nothing cooler than having my walkman with persistence of time in there and seeing the singer from anthrax walking into my grocery store. Wow yeah that's pretty funny. Yeah but too much of a pussy. That i never walked say that because i love these guys so much i don't want to be like. Oh that's a nice beat it. You know what i mean. That's such a great story and of course. Yeah so you know wagmans okay. Good to see guys and we'd support and that was always a big deal like you guys came through with slayer alson chains and megadeath. I remember that going to the titans. That's why clash of the titans. I lost contact. And i had to sit there with my finger on my eyelid. Move it to the side just to put my other eye and focus are gonna watch the show so now you know. I did want to go up the joey because enough to get my world goes right and a lot of people because back in the day meet and i talked about this not too long ago when the bring the noise and all that stuff came out. And you guys were hard core rap fans and stuff but a of people don't know that you guys did i had i had this like a dub of a dove dub of you guys with ut f. Oh that was like the first time. It was a rap rock connection. That was the first time that i think that could even maybe even prior to walk this way. Oh easily must've been ut f- oh for sure. Yeah yeah do not tell you like we were talking about like the video when it came out it was like the two by two worlds together it was like oh my god you know because you throw on the the fear of the black planet and yes yes did you get and then you put on anthrax and then this is awesome and then when they're together work what yeah. We did this thing with chuck few weeks back. That's going to be in revolver magazine and Chuck interview and it was such a great. Most of the time was just talking about back in the day that the other thing didn't know chuck is one of the most you know. He's so genuine and man and he's responsible for a lot enwrap so much and you know the last time we chatted with him. He was driving to the hall of fame. To induct the beastie boys hughes in his car on the way there. That's so cool about doing this. Guy is. i can just reach out to guys like you and chuck d and have them on my show. That's just at punk worked at wegmans punk punk well charlie but not the drummer from anthrax. He's got a solo album dude. I'm a huge fan. Charlie and silver linings is the solo album which it sounds like it came together kind of by mistake. 'cause you're at home for covert and stuff but what a nice little gift for the world right. I mean all through zoom and all that stuff to right charlie. We're best friends. We are a show. Glad we bonded. I appreciate it man and spend time with us and stuff. Silver linings with his. Hot girlfriend carla harvey. You got to see her. Go check her out this dude. He's got it made time. I guys have a great day. And thanks everybody and hope she guys on tour soon. Yeah very cool. Thanks brother kid. Chris show on one to seven.

kentucky ohio syracuse reds frank Mike dewine Jesse winker Chris Joey votto liderman airbnb chris network Brian combs chris conor mcgregor brian combs chad johnson cincinnati kovic anthrax Shears ryan
Hour 3 - Reggie Miller (06-10-19)

The Dan Patrick Show

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Hour 3 - Reggie Miller (06-10-19)

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One sports net. Production available on apple podcasts and podcast. One. What's better than saving money? How about saving money twice. That's exactly what you'll do. When you buy a brother investment tank printer during brothers incredible savings event. I save up to fifty dollars on the purchase price of select investment tank, printers, now, until June, fifteenth up to fifty dollars off, brother investment tanked, printers are great printers loaded with amazing features and each includes your choice of up to one or two years of ink, right? Out of the box, which, by the way, is the second way you could save with up to one or two years of ink included with your printer. You won't have to worry about buying Inc for a long time. That's a long with, like seven owes time. You gotta love double savings like that. So if you need a new printer right now is the best time to hurry out. Get one, you can save a bunch of money during brothers incredible savings event. Hurry savings end June fifteenth for details. Visit Inc sale radio dot com. That's inc. Sale radio dot com. This is Julie. Hey calendar. What's my morning like Julie's about to have a long day? Now, I ten purchase or take card nine zero five dry cleaning. Did you just go backwards on sorry? I can't fit that question into your schedule. Nine fifteen cry for days that won't end. Let schwann's help with swans he can get delicious meals that go from freezer to table in minutes not hours ordered delivered done that's homemade easy. Visit today, schwann's dot com. But farmers insurance. We know every windshield collision has unique sound beetle Burt boop drone seen it covered it click for more, we are of. Offers of underwritten by farmer's truck. Fire insurance exchange center. Affiliates products available in every state. Broadcasting from the Mercedes men, five guys are going to be out there. This is Dan Patrick. This is the Dan Patrick show final hour on this Monday, hope he had a great weekend. More phone calls coming up. Eight seven seven three DP show best and worst of the weekend. What you saw that you liked? You didn't like Bleacher report app connects you with all the moments that matter faster. Follow your friends give your take on highlights scores and more. Download the be our app and do so today poll question which is sponsored by man versus food on cooking channel, Nick Levin. Okay. Our two and three. If you're a Toronto sports fan, I'll give you one of these raptors title or raptors lose beliefs win the Stanley Cup seventy percent. Want the Toronto Raptors to win it all. Okay. We'll talk to Leo routings. The former graded Syracuse now is the analyst for raptors games. He'll join us coming up here. Reggie Miller wall. So stop by as well. Tuesday's headline. Tomorrow's headline will be raptors when. Title, Kevin Durant keeps the warriors alive or the warriors. Stay alive and no, Kevin Durant. I'm gonna go raptors win the title, but I thought Golden State was going to win the last game but raptors at home. I just don't know what's going to happen with Katie. I don't know what's going to happen. With boogie cousins. It feels like Steph, I think Steph curry is going to get a little more blame if Golden State goes down in flames, and, you know, he was he became the prohibitive favorite to be the MVP when this series started. But he looked a little spent this last game. And I think I think Steph curry may get a little more blame. I think we're looking at Kevin Durant differently. I maybe unfairly but I think we're looking at Kevin Durant differently. Like, what's the what's the holdup here, come on? It's a calf injury. I think that it was more serious than they let on that. There was a chance that he was coming back in the Houston series or the Portland series. And here we are. And he's not back yet, we're going into game five. Five and I don't know if he plays tonight. And if he does how much can you play a guy who hasn't played in a month, now it it's, it's his leg. You can't keep that, you know, endurance keep the shape going you being in shape without being able to run. You know, let's say you hurt your hand hurt your shoulder. It's something different. You know you can still run, you can still be athletic. He can't hasn't been able to you've been kind of limping around even though you shoot. You're not shooting normally, and I think that Kevin Durant trying to go out there even if he does play how much can he give you that'll be Steve Kerr's got gonna know right away? And he's probably gonna know before they even step out on the court. They will know that with a shoot around this morning and then get a better handle on. What could I actually have him do? Is there way that he can help us out on the floor or not be alive? Ability, eight seven seven three DP show Email address, TPS, Dan, Patrick dot com. David Ortiz shot last night, and the need Dominican Republic. He was shot in the back. The assailant has been arrested and there's organ damage he was in six hours of surgery intensive care. They said for twenty four hours, but big Papi looks to be in stable condition, and I don't know any other timeframe for that. But that happened last night. Also, the blues the Cup was in the house and the Cup is leaving the house in now in Boston's house game seven Bruins blues Wednesday night. All right. So we have our poll question. Reggie Miller will join us coming up in a little bit. Let's bring in Leo routings. Former Syracuse player, I believe drafted by the seventy Sixers and now works with the raptors on their telecasts their broadcast as the raptors and Golden State coming up tonight. Leo. Thanks for joining us on short notice. Let me ask the question that I posed to our. Our audience, and that is more important title. If the raptors one or if the Maple Leafs won a Stanley Cup final for all of Canada. Well, you know what, I think in today's Dan today's environment Toronto is a multicultural, very diverse city, the country itself, reflects that, and, honestly, the way the way the game has impacted Canada and the diversity within the country, I think at NBA championship would be unbelievable and would put the country on a complete pivot, as far as the direction of sport. I really do. How would you describe the style of the raptors? If somebody had not seen them play this year. Hey, lockdown defensive team plays extremely smart. At the offense of end these guys. I mean, I think that's where people underestimated coming into the series. This is the best defensive team. The Golden State Warriors have seen by far. I also talked about this at the start of the NBA finals, I said to NBA fans, hey, you know what you may wake up and go, boy, the raptors are pretty good or the raptors are going to win this title. It feels like everybody is just focused on the Golden State portion of this program, and that is if they win, okay dynasty. And Kevin Durant leaves if they lose that ends the dynasty. What's that mean for them going forward? What's it mean for Kevin Durant? And then now we're getting to the point where people are actually writing columns saying what the raptors are really good team. And man, they've been the better team in the finals. How did you take this? When he felt like everything was kind of leaning heavily towards. Golden State coverage. Well, I thought that going into the series, the rapper smashed enough, extremely well, I mean, think about beating the Golden State Warriors five hundred six times this season. And I felt the raptors were the better team coming in. And what's amazing, Dan? When you think about the experts talking about the raptors this season they had they had fifty eight wins. Second best record in the NBA to the Milwaukee Bucks at sixty. And here's the catch there was no effort in finishing first finishing at the top of this type of that the whole season was about load management for quiet Leonard getting them ready for for the season. The traits getting new guys in the mix Nick nurse experimenting with a lot of different things. And you know, quiet Leonard said it best it's, it's eighty two practices to get ready for the postseason. And when you when you have that approach and you have the second best record in the NBA, that's pretty impressive. And, and then throughout the playoffs argue, you know, not arguing the best defense in the playoffs. And then you wonder how you know a lot of the experts are just overlooking this team and now acting surprise that the raptors are where they are. So, you know, I, I really felt based on matchups and personnel, the raptors, you know, certainly could be the team to win this series. You think Durant's plan tonight. No, I don't think we're going to see him in the series as the people, I've talked to and just based on does nature of his injury. And what he's able to do right now. I just don't see it feels like unintentionally they don't even disservice though Leo because it feels like we keep waiting for and become back. And then you start to say what's the big deal? I mean it's a calf injury. Why aren't you coming back when I thought all along? This is a serious injury in. It's not a week or two weeks. It's more than that longer than that. And I it just feels like Durant. Maybe getting more blame than he deserves. Yeah. I mean, I think the longer something like this goes you. It's almost like what? Happened with Kawai Las year where people are saying he doesn't wanna play. And that's the last thing you could say about choir Leonard. He wanted to play. He was frustrated. They couldn't play thought you know, he might have, you know, things go completely south as far as health goes. And, you know, Kevin Durant. He wants to play the pros on the elite players in this league. So now you get people that start questioning does he really want it? And that's when it gets ugly. So, yeah, I agree with you. I, I don't. I don't understand that if he indeed ends up not playing why this kind of continues in this process, does anybody think about the possibility of Colli leaving Toronto? Right right now. It's it's a possibility. Right. There's no question about that. But I, I think the raptors have made a great case for him. Staying there and yeah. I think there's there's, there's a few factors that are, you know, obviously the success of this team this season, and if they win a championship that's a, that's a huge, huge bonus. I think the fact that the raptors put his health as a primary concern all season long Alex McKechnie director sports science. Unbelievable job getting Kawai Leonard where he is. So that's, that's a big point. And in light of the fact that he did have the serious injury and pretty much missed the entire last season rappers can pay him fifty million dollars more than anybody else. And if you have an injury like that, that has to be a consideration, and the last thing is Charles heck of a city. So I think the raptors are definitely in the mix more likely to stay or leave if the raptors win. I think you're more likely to stay. Especially when you look at the other pieces you have management and their commitment to winning. This may not be a one-shot deal. If you have if you do stay, Leo, good stuff. Thank you for joining us. We appreciate it, and have fun tonight. Thanks, dan. Appreciate it. And that's Leo Rowden. Former Syracuse player, I believe drafted by your seventy Sixers make love and he was I have vague memories of him as a kid. Now he was not like a great success in them. Knowing wasn't great shooter, and his son. Great shooter. Yeah. Paulie he was a good player for the queues right before the Sherman Douglas, days, right before right around pro white before Pearl and Sherman Douglas took over. I got some numbers here on Kevin Durant. Kevin Durant, one of four players to average at least thirty points per game in the NBA finals minimum of ten games played, you guys want to take a guess you're going to get one. Is it? Well one. We would get now. No, Michael Jordan. Yeah. That guy that of him but he's not the leading score in the NBA finals points per game. He second Kevin Durant is third. Forth is one of my idols fourth. I know fourth is Sherry west number one points per game. Average NBA finals I was gonna guess cream and then I said later cream didn't score a lot finals. Rick Barry now. Yeah. Rick Barry was a bad dude, man. He was say, bad dude on habe may not have had the best things said about him as a person as a basketball player, Rick Barry underrated. Rick Barry was as scoring machine the amick club and also it would ever see those hardwood classics after the game. He was wearing jewelry and open collar. And this. How about Rick Perry was the color analyst during when he was still playing if his team didn't get to the finals, I believe that he was the color commentator when the Suns played the Celtics when gar heard hit that shot. I believe, Rick Barry is on the call. And might have been on the call with Brent Musburger on CBS. Yes. Mclaughlin, you hang on. I know your friends who had John and Brent did they tell you good stories about their dad and growing up around that era of basketball. No, they have no what they grew up in a tough. You know. It wasn't a great relationship and may not still be a great relationship. I don't want to speak out of school. But I know that, John, you know, those boys were raising themselves a lot because dad was playing or data left them and got remarried and, you know, John and Brant scooter. You know, they, they, they're they kind of raised each other their, their mom was working. But now not a great relationship there, but pretty amazing. You've got Rick Barry, then, you know, two sons that played in the NBA for a long time. I think both played around fourteen years in the NBA Yama club Brentwood. Did he win that slam dunk? Yeah. Yeah. He still owes is that the pants sweatpants. And then the jacket. Like he said. Oh, when I get back to the bay area, I'll look through all that stuff. What comes first? That or Johnny Manziel's af jersey lost in transition, what does that mean? That means a lot was lost in transition. The ended at league, I believe. Yeah. Well he probably lost a paycheck or to say, thought, well, you know what? Let me just keep the jersey, maybe didn't get paid. I don't know. Or maybe the laundry guys stole it and put it up on EBay. You know, I think it was a scramble for all their guys who were carrying out big screen TV's, there were coaches carrying out. Because the team didn't even fly some of these people back home, and it was like every man for himself, just like we're going to loot and they were grabbing big screen TV's and taking them out of the building. They're mclovin. We would never do that, if something happened here, cut to, like somebody with the leaf jersey over their head and. But you said you'd take that out of the fire, but I do wonder though when we close up shop here in the last day, do I just say to you, you can take one item. Or do I don't even say anything because if I say, take one item then, then maybe you'll be respectful. And then you only take one item. If I don't say anything that I'm worried maybe take a couple of things here. Yes. Yes. Don. That could very likely happen. All right. Mclovin. What's that? Like you have an encyclopedic knowledge of every little thing around this man. Well, my memory is slipping out, you know, where everything is we come in, and I got some toy is out of place. That's true what's going on here. And there's a lot of cameras room just the fact that the other day when I said, where's your bat and? Yeah. Thank no. You gotta put that bat back there. I took it off because we needed to take a fly out. That was multi thousand dollar lights. Now he's an infield fly rule you had to put the bat back after you were trying to kill the fly there. You're not gonna let go see I hate that we're getting into your hoarding issues again. I knew I don't know if you're gonna let go of this stuff in here very easily. I don't think I can keep it as the Dan Sonian just leave it here. And let people come visit a big time sports radio station. You know what the Smithsonian they have the actual like tent from mash and they have artifacts. Maybe we could send part of the man cave to Washington today. What are we going to send? How about you give up something? How about one of the garage doors that we have where you either have Jordan against LeBron that piece of art or I have versus wilt that piece of art. Yes, paulie. It would probably be your desk. As is like keep everything on your desk, as is on your last show. And then give that to the but I don't, I don't want to give this stock not, there's such great stuff here. Everybody wonder who Lou Holtz was mommy blonde. Haired, guy on Dan's Dez butcher. We do. I take a break. Reggie Miller joins us next year. Dan Patrick show every car comes with its share stories, right, that ding and your bumper. When you nervously picked up a first date or maybe the luxury package. You got after a big promotion. Maybe it's the mileage you save by riding your bike all summer. While you can't put a price tag on your stories now with truecar you can at least find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell or trade it in just go to truecar simply enter your license plate number, and watch how your car's details pop up. Then enter a few questions, navigation a moon roof watch as they bump up your value. High mileage, you already knew it was going to cost you. But now you know how much things your wallet? When you plan ahead. That's exactly the situation. I'm in right now. I'm driving at twenty ten it's got over three hundred thousand miles on it, and I'm looking to maybe update pretty soon trade, mccaren. But I don't know how much it's worth that's exactly why you go to truecar figure out how much that high mileage is gonna cost you. So once you're finished you'll get a true cash offer Centene minute, which you could take to a local certified dealer to cash. Out or trade in. So when you're ready to experience a better way to sell or trade in your car, check out truecar today. True cash offer not available in all states. Everybody's got it to do this. I get one for my wife drop off, the dry, cleaning pick-up, some milk figure out something to get out of the house, so I can relax, here's an idea. Let's add save hundreds of dollars on car insurance. The good thing you don't have to drop off or pick up anything. All you have to do is go to Geico dot com and fifteen minutes. You could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance, the like extra money in your pocket. Do you like not having to drive somewhere to pick something up? This is a way to do it. It just may be the most rewarding thing on your to do list today. That's Geico dot com. This is Julie. Hey calendar. What's my morning like Julie's about to have a long day? Carpool. Birthday card nine zero five dry cleaning. Did you just go backwards? I'm sorry. I can't fit that question into your schedule. Nine fifteen cry for days that won't end. Let schwann's help with swans he can get delicious meals. Like, oh, from freezer to table in minutes not hours ordered delivered done that's homemade easy. Visit today, schwann's dot com. Lows knows you'll do it right. To find the right gifts for dad, this Father's Day. We do it right to with deals that will make dad is proud as perfectly seared steak, and it's perfectly manicured law now going to charbroil four burner advantage series gas grill for just one hundred sixty nine dollars and pick up your choice of crafts and gas or electric string trimmers for only ninety nine dollars each make this Father's Day. His best one yet and do it right for less start with Lowes. Charbroil offer valid for six twelve craftsman offer. Belter six nineteen. US only. Paulie put in this request, little rush. Speaking of candidate Reggie Miller, hall of Famer Turner, sports, NBA, analyst, and it's the annual fundraiser time for reg as dropping dimes foundation. And he's certainly been one of the leaders of this on the forefront of dropping dimes foundation organization created to assist retired NBA players who have fallen on hard times. More on that, from reg coming up in a moment. Good morning. Reg who wins tonight. Toronto. Oh, it's over. Okay. It's over tonight. I look, I you know, we've been on, we've been going back and forth with this. I am shocked is just about anyone on how these finals have have gone. You know, I felt even without Kevin Durant, the warriors, especially the way they played coming into the finals with the ball movement. You know, Steph at found his groove back to where you know, that I am VP year in things seem to be clicking. Dream on. Green was playing at an all time high. They were getting contributions for Kvant, loonie. So I felt that they had enough to beat the, the raptors without Katie, but we were all surprised and we were all wrong and you gotta give Nick nurse and coli and the raptors all the credit but I will have a poll question for mclovin for tomorrow. If let's just say Toronto does win. Does San Antonio? And I know Toronto is going to do. They retire, when it's all said and done do they retire Kalis? Number does his numbers. Hang from the rafters built in San Antonio. And Toronto there's only a few players that, you know, get that privilege. I know Shaq has it. I know Michael Jordan. Hasn't in Chicago, Miami will Chamberlain. I believe has it with Golden State in Philly, does quite Leonard have two numbers retired in two different buildings. How many raptors have they retire? Well, if they win, yes. Retired. Anyone? If they haven't retired Vince Carter's than they haven't retired anybody's still at he's still active. But doing they he will get retired. Maybe boss will get retired but certainly Hawaii, we'll get retired. First of all, Kalash should be the first to get a statue. I love Vince but then then deliver the promised land, again, it's not over. But we're Suming but if they go on to win a championship Kuwata should be the first to have a statue in dress park. I know I do know that. Okay. How many Spurs have had their numbers retired, paulie? I got Johnny Moore Avery Johnson. Bruce Bowen, James, Silas, manage nobly, Tim Duncan Elliot. They're, they're pretty lenient Irvine David Robinson. They're pretty lenient. Their reg. Don't you think quite being an MVP of the finals winning a championship? Yes. But the only reason why and how they're now. Well, there'd be water under the ridges, and bygones be bygones and you did. Deliver us one of our five championships. And yes, you're number should be hanging here or will they harbor, some ill will, I believe he should have his number retired in both when it's all said and done because we consider we will consider him one of the all time greats, especially he's highlighted that in this series and in these playoffs. But you know what? Though read, I don't think quiet Leonard cares. No, he doesn't. I don't think he'll care it all. It's not one of those where you go, man. It'd be nice if they honored me. I don't think Kalis gonna care. I agree. I agree. One is that's his nature. Yeah. But how we were looking for this matchup between coli and Kevin Durant. Personally, I think Kevin Durant tonight. I think this is. From the warriors standpoint, I think they've been always saying, oh, he'll be back. You know, do games three or four possibly, I think they have been doing this to kind of tease, the Toronto Raptors a little bit. Make them go over a different type of scouting report in anticipation of coming back. I don't think it never face Toronto, by the way, I don't think he's coming back. There's there's no way you can come back and play at this level of an important game like game five eight close out game with your team with his back to the I just don't see them coming back. I could be completely wrong, you could shoot up and we could see him tonight. But I just think the injury I at first initially, I thought it was a Killys obviously, if he's practicing. But I just think that injury the way again, go back to way he looked back that was that, that told me everything, and I just do not see him playing. Tonight. I hope I'm wrong, then I hope I'm wrong, but reg, I think they unintentionally did a disservice to Katie, because it felt like you know what? He's close to coming back in the Houston series, or the Portland Sears, and then in this here and then it's going to be the next game, and then it's going to be the next game. I think they got instead of just having a blanket statement saying, katie's not coming back anytime soon. And if he does, it'll be a great bonus forest, but we're not expecting him to come back. I don't care if you know this, the gamesmanship with Toronto, I don't think Toronto's, losing sleep going. Oh my God. Now we got to prepare for him. Correct. And that's why I just think Golden State, you know, they didn't try to do this, but I think the perception publicly is come on Katie, what's wrong with you? But I will also say that could become a little bit from katie's camp as well because as a former player who's had injury and had to play an important games if I. Felt good in the training staff came to me and says, I'm progressing, and I feel pretty good. He could be sending out those messages as well to their coaching staff. And that, you know, Raymond Ritter, the media, the PR guys for the for the warriors. I mean, they're taking that as a grain of salt, too. Well, Katie said he feels fine. And so they can kind of be adding a little bit life to the story of well, I again, I just don't see him playing tonight because what will he gain from this if it was to, to possibly possibly, but three one and you're gonna come back if anything you should came back in game you could play in game five you could play in game four always think if you could play in game five you could've played in game four. But let's say they win tonight. With or without him without him. And then you go back home, I would roll the dice again without him. Okay. And if we find a way to win that if anything he would come back for game seven. Anything to give you that extra, you know, push on the road in Jurassic Park in that building in that. It's not going to get to that Toronto tonight Toronto win tonight. He's Reggie Miller hall of Famer Turner, sports NBA analyst, tell the audience again about the I think the. I'm not sure how many years you've done this, but it's the annual fundraiser, dropping dimes foundation and explain what you're doing. This is the third year we're doing this. I'm a huge as you know, cyclist mountain biker, and this is a way for me to merge, both worlds of basketball as well as cycling, the dropping down foundation, health ADA players, not NBA if the old red white and blue ABA players my good uncle mill Daniels. Roger brown. God. Rest their souls. You know that Pacers team. They meant everything to the city of Indiana. And now, remember when the ABA merged with the NBA, only the really good players were able to go from the ABA to the NBA. Dr J Rick Perry, George girl, the I spent Gurban so they're really good players were taken from the ABA to play in the India, a lot of the ADA players. There was no health insurance, obviously back in the late sixties. And seventies, they didn't make a lot of money. So a lot of these players who are well in their late sixties seventies and eighties. They've fallen on hard times. They can't even even. A suit to go for job interviews. So what these kids in jerseys from Castelli. Thank you Castel cycling for merging, and helping with me. Do these boom baby kits? Boom, baby comes from the great slick, Leonard, when you know the Pacers myself would make threes, the boom baby. That's what he would say, on the Mike. So that's what these jerseys are about if you love cycling, if you love hiking. They're good for hiking as well because they have pockets in the back. There's a mountain bike my mountain bike jersey as well. So as a chance for me, we gotta remember the guys that pave the way for players like the Bron Kobe and clai. And Kevin Durant Steph curry, a lot of those ABA players. They laid the foundations for us, and I still want people to forget about the players as great as the NBA is there was other basketball with great players. And that's the American Basketball Association, Theodore Castelli cycling dot com, and you'll learn more information. About boom, baby and Droppin dimes foundation for they retired ABA players. Did you see where Rajon Rondo was talking about the possibility of the trade with Anthony Davis and what it meant to those young kids on the Lakers? Did you read those comments rent, I did what did you make that? Once again, it's a mess with the Lakers, because you don't. I understand the frustration from the players in the younger players because they felt every day they walked in that they weren't even going to be able to get into the practice facility because they're code. We're going to be denied. So you've got young players who are anywhere from twenty to twenty five years old, walking on eggshells with the face of the NBA and LeBron James and then you've got a mess in the front office with magic. Pelinka Jeanie Buss into Rambus Kurt. Right. You don't know what's going on in the front office. So that's why, you know, people continue to say all this, the Lakers. They're going to be back this summer. I'm I'm not so quite sure about that because there's such turmoil until they figure out the hierarchy of that franchise in the snipping. You can't have young players feel look the narrative, was, you could have anyone on our team, but LeBron James. Hi. Do you think Lonzo ball Kyle Kouzmin Brandon, how you think these got wait? Whoa. And you want me to come here and play hard, and I'm reading this in the paper, you can have anyone on our team other than LeBron James, that's terrible management. Theodore terrible. Yeah. And I know that you're supposed to be grown up and you understand it's a business. It's still. I understand that the reality of your idol, you know, where it's, hey I'm playing with LeBron James wait. Lebron wants to have me traded. Yes. I mean a lot of these guys had a his shoes, his posters. They idolized playing with him. But on the flip side. Okay. I'm not gonna put it all on number on, but he is the defacto face of the of the Lakers. Right. He's the voice. Yes. He can be like this is not happening. No, don't do this. He, he, he could've come out publicly. Yeah. I just I think, what Rondo was saying, we assumed but, you know, then to try to kind of go, okay. I didn't get traded. Let's just move forward with this, and I'm going to somehow put my heart and soul out there on the line for this guy who wants his traded. All now. He's injured. Now we're the ones playing here. I don't know. It just it's a weird dynamic, even though you're paid to be a professional in this part of the territory of being a professional of the possibility getting traded that would be pretty difficult for me if all of a sudden, the guy that I collected his shoes and had his poster. And now I'm playing with him. And wait. He wants his all traded. Very frustrating, especially for young player. And I think Rondo being the true professionally, he's been and being in situations. Rimmer this, she was the young lad in Boston when it was cagey Paul Pierce, Ray Allen. So he was that young lad. That was trying to learn from the vets and understand. And he learned the right way. Right. And ended up winning the championship. And think about all the places he's been syncing Dallas Sacramento. He's seen so much in this league from veteran 'cause he's one now too young players in being young teams. He understands this any right? Not how things are done. This is not done like this. You don't put people's dirty laundry for Connick franchise, like the Lakers, you cannot have your dirty laundry, just hanging out there for everyone to see you just can't do that. Go to the website, Castelli cycling dot com slash US men's. Election. Boom, baby. And it's a register annual fundraiser third year. That he's done. This all the profits benefit the dropping dimes foundation, an organization created to assist retired ABA players who have fallen on hard times, red. I match it as well. So whatever the total sales is I match it as well. So please by many boom baby jerseys as possible, because we I get their match it and it's an even bigger pot. For these great aviation pioneers, thank you reg near the best Theodore. I love you all over. Get ready for the Bruins and St Louis for the final. Okay. Thank you. Right. Got reg doing hockey two Reggie Miller hall of Famer Turner, sports, NBA analyst, I, I'm cautiously. I don't I don't want to say optimistic just because I thought Toronto could win this and would push him to the brink if they didn't win is. But if I'm a raptors fan. How about that? I'd be cautiously optimistic because look what happened in Saint Louis last night. Like you're ready. That cup. Is there? It's ours. We got, you know, the, the newspapers already put out the headline congratulate we have to win doesn't Boston understand this. They gotta give us one of these things. They can't win everything. Then all of a sudden Boston comes out and takes it right to them. And then it's over. And now you got game seven in Boston. Yeah, mclovin. Can we just go? That's such a great poll by Reggie, which is more likely to get retired client San Antonio Toronto. I mean, if Nick foles gets a statue in Philly, by the way for one play, basically, the Philly Philly, then I think collides a no brainer for a statue, if they can pull this off statue, and retired retired. Number is kind of like it's a symbolic act. It doesn't really do much once you Papa statue up. That's that's upper echelon. Don't you think that's much bigger? What? Would the statue look like with in Toronto, which would speak more the statue or Kawai the statue? Yeah, you're gonna play the image. I have is him sitting at that press conference and doing that laugh that, that's the only one that keeps popping into my head sitting at a press cover. But I don't know if there's an iconic look of Colli where you go, oh, you know what if you have the Colli statue, he's got to be doing what you can't have them. You couldn't have them squatting down in the corner, waiting for that shot to drop. That'd be the weirdest of all time. It looked like no you can't do that look. Yeah. Look like using the steel that's the Plato falling away. The following get him falling away, but I can't have him on the ground waiting for it to go in your eye, right? That you have to go before that. But that's going to be a signature unless he does something this year. The rest of the yes, you do have a pretty great moment when t