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"john cinderella" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bad idea in sports or in life 855 to 1 to four, CBS 855 to 124227. It was a good idea or bad idea. I actually think That the robo arms Stay with me for a second here because I think I like the idea of the robo humps. And here's why, and I understand that people are going to say, Well, you know, human era. It's a part of the game. Well, they don't want it to be a part of the game. That's why this replay Right. Like if they really wanted t be totally annihilated and out of the game then then, then everything would be replaced, right? But it's hard to do right. We can't replace balls and strikes. It's hard. You know what you can do. You could get a digital strike zone that tells you if it's a ball or a strike, and it needs I mean, I'm sure that they'd be kinks in you. We need to work it out. But that's what the minor leagues is for. That's what the independent leagues for. I don't need Joe West or Angel Hernandez. Some of the worst umpires. You know, in baseball. I don't need them screw in a game. I don't and if you could very easily have something that's a ball in a strike and having a ball on a strike. Here's the problem Like I remember growing up in the eighties, the American League in National League had had different umpires. It umpire specifically and straight for the American League and umpires and on Lee did nationally games and the American League strike zone was a bigger strike zone. And the National League Strike Zone was known as the Tiger Strike Zone. So if you're watching a National American League game, you're getting a different strike zone than if you're watching a nationally game even now. Like these guys are trying to are trying to call balls and strikes to what the balls and strikes are in the actual rule book. They have their strike zone so I could be watching a game. I could be watching the Phillies in the Yankees and spring training and then turn on the game tonight and you have two different strike zones. I have. What sense does that make? Right. Like I get that there's judgment calls right? Like, for example, in the NFL, you're gonna get some some referees, some official official officials that they may allow more contact between a wide receiver or corner. Or more contact between offensive line in holding and things like that, like I get a different rest. Different officials have different styles. You see it all the time in the MBA, and we're gonna talk about it with hockey. Coming up in a second. But you see all the time in the MBA. For the most part you could make. You could make a Falcone almost every play right? For the most part, and the one of the reasons why Tim Donaghy was able to get away with what he was able to do for so long was that I mean, he he was calling fouls that officials call 1000 or officials Don't call fouls on right, like they don't actually call fouls to what it is saying consistently. Right. So back to the robo on for a second. The only thing in baseball that is now a judgment call. Balls and strikes. So if you can eliminate a judgment call and have an actual strike zone, so everybody knows what is the ball. What is the strike? Isn't that better for the game? Yes. You could possibly argue that you like the arguments. And you like the kick and dirt and everything else. I'm not gonna disagree with you there, but hasn't that essentially been almost eliminated? With replay. You don't see it as much as you do. You did even five or 10 years ago before replay. So I I do understand the umpire being a part of the game, and there is something to be said for that. But for the most part, I mean, don't you just really want balls and strikes called balls and strikes? If you love the game, don't you? Like you don't wanna. You don't wanna be watching the game like Angel Hernandez is the worst. He cost my team tonight. No. You know what a ball is? You know what a strike is, and I would think that the At the pictures. We want that too. I would think the on Lee the only the only people on the on the field. And listen. We'll take reaction from baseball fans and baseball's players out there in 55 to 1 to four. CBS is if you're a catcher, and you're really good at framing the ball like the Phillies have JT room move, Tony so good. Taking a ball that's six inches low or six inches off the plate and framing it. And I always feel like that. The umpires know they're framing it, but they love how much he's framing it that they'll give him give him the call. Right, like so if your catcher and you're good at throwing that you would necessarily like it. I just want to strike to be a striking the ball to be a ball. I mean, like, is that too much to ask? Every other sport where you could do something like that, right? We're would make sense. They do it. They do it with they do it everywhere else in baseball with replay. So given the opportunity, why not? I think it's a great idea, and you still have the umpire on the field. You still need umpires to make calls at 1st, 2nd and 3rd. So you're not losing You know, losing a job or anything like that The umpire would just be back there telling you if it's a ball or a strike, obviously making calls at the plate. But I mean, it's just they've been doing this in tennis for years. I could I could remember back to a kid as a kid watching like the French Open and Wilmington, Wimbledon. Excuse me and The ball hits the line. They have that beat that goes off that can sell were the tennis ball is hitting They did 20 years ago. 30 years ago. They had this technology that could have done it. Why not use it? If it's there in baseball? That's all I'm saying. Why not use it? Why not use it? And I would try a peep savored Pepsi. And I don't expect it would taste good, But like what? You know, Try it. Try it. Maybe it's maybe it's delicious. Maybe not 855 to 1 to four CBS 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 will get into some phone calls coming up on the other side. We also look at some of your tweets to see what you guys were talking about there at John Marks the media but coming up next This is really interesting. Speaking of officiating, this is where we're gonna Segway into it. There was an NFL official fire this past week because his mic was hot and what he was talking about. May the league look bad if you just look at it at for what he said. And they built on him. He was supposed to retire after the season, and they totally totally bailed on him. So we'll get into it will play it and we'll discuss because not being the biggest hockey fan in the world, like my opinion is what I think A lot of hockey fans would think. But I'd love to get some insight from some hockey fans out there 855 to 1 to four CBS 855 to 1242. To seven. Now, with the latest CBS Sports Radio update, Here's Mike McCann. See me? Yes. Sports flag. 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"john cinderella" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Off to Newport Beach in Carson City. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? How? And that's the kind of president I want? Ah, guy that when when a rogue nation sends a virus to get us and then it gets to the White House, and then it gets to the upper echelon of the United States military and they're dancing. They're dancing. You know, in there and in Beijing wherever they wherever they are that the communist eighth we got it. We got there and then the president beats it and he's out. He's dancing. President Trump is dancing on the runway at the rallies. I'll tell you if that doesn't stick it right between your eyes. I don't know it does. Sometimes I take this person. I take it personal and you take everything personally Think Mike took time Top. Michael's taking everything, President like the Godfather. And if I can't hug my mom, I'm telling you, I want somebody that's going to fight the people that caused the reason why I can't have my mom on the radio. Hey, we got a great show for you today. Joe diGenova is with us today. And you know what? John Cinderella A former police officer. Retired FBI agents will be with us and you Marchal water from the campaign. And you always at 87797 29 99 a lot to get into a Maria Bartiromo at 6 40. We're gonna jump on our show. And here here is Debbie, do him. Good morning, Debbie. How you doing this morning? Great to get a fun week and Joe You know what I did all the chores I did. We needed phones. I got the phones were yesterday I went to the gym and when they visited the gym, make sure that Jim is cleaner than my house. For crying out loud. It's great. I got my I got my my car fixed The police. It was like one of those deals. And then last night late last night, we went to Home Depot because we could decide whether they get the out the automated alien monster that they have over there for Halloween. We weren't sure we decided not to. But My life. My life I love it only made me check it out. Traffic 20 After six o'clock today at night 70 answer..
"john cinderella" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He begs me. Good morning in Turkey, president urged ones. This alliance has lost control of now, the key cities in Venus up election. Plus the opposition is pulled ahead in a close race in the country's largest city. Istanbul Turkey has been hurt by a recession and Erdman's. Critics accuse him all fronting an increasingly authoritarian system. A pro European Union anti corruption has won a landslide victory in Slovakia's presidential election, making her the country's first female head of state. Bloomberg's Michael Winfrey says this is a blow to nationalist down to reshape how the block works as right wing leaders from Poland to Italy or mounting an uprising against further integration before the EU holds parliamentary elections in may the victory of Zuzana chiampou Tova signaled at least in this small your area country, both strong support for the blocks liberal democratic values and anger against. Established parties in practice. Michael winfrey. Bloomberg daybreak Europe in Ukraine TV comedian Vladimir Zielinski will face a runoff against the accumbens leader, petro Poro shaneco this month. Bloomberg's Darena crushed Nolet. Scott reports the forty year old Kumyk with no political experience was backed by thirty point six percent of waters compared with seventeen point eight percents percent in the first round exit. Polls showed risky who plays a fictional. President on TV has successfully taken his rivals over the nation's endemic corruption in cave. Bloomberg daybreak Europe and New Zealand's. John Cinderella innocent China looking to bolster ties after a series of incidents that cost out on the strength of the country's economic partnership. Bloomberg's Karen Lee has more. She was welcomed by Chinese Premier Li ka Chiang in Beijing and a scheduled to meet with president Xi Jinping later today. This is first visit as prime minister to China New Zealand's, miss important trading partner and comes as the South Pacific nation pushes to upgrade its free trade agreement something she's expected to raise during the trip. In Hong Kong. Karen Lee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Erin took on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Enlist symbol, the one hundred and twenty countries. I'm Dan Karen's. This is Bloomberg Anna Edwards. Thank you very much now with the morning sports update. His William as Liverpool Viacom on top of the Premier League there. Two points. Clear of Manchester City after two one victory over Tottenham yesterday. The winner Kim after to Oliver turn the ball into his own net. Never pull monitor your club says.
"john cinderella" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett reporting on the latest page himself has not been charged with a crime. He appeared on television this morning, defending himself saying saying at no point, was he an informant for Russia or working with agents connected to the Kremlin. We know that Republicans like Devin Nunes on the house intelligence committee had long made this application. The reason they feel that the special counsel investigation into Robert mullet is flawed investigation into what happened in Los Angeles after shooting his grandmother and another woman police say a gunman burst into a trader Joe's holding hostage dozens of people as we hear from KCBS TV reporter, joy, Benedict, they're still trying to figure out exactly what caused the death of one of the people inside her name Melita Corrado. She's an employee here at trader Joe's and she was killed in the gunfire exchanged between officers and the suspect yesterday afternoon when he first crashed his vehicle here in front of the trader Joe's and then ran inside the suspect in custody. Grandmother hospitalized in critical the British. Open the final round about, as exciting as it could be live CBS's Steve Futterman in Scotland and Jim in this land that is not far. From the mythical Camelot for one, bright shining moment today Tiger Woods had, the lead in the final round of the British Open after ten holes he. Was in front then came a double bogey on the eleven of Boca on twelve right now. He's running out of time he's on the sixteenth hole woods trails by two shots to golfers are tied for the top spot Zander shuffling of the US and an Italian golfer Francisco Molinari five golfers tied for second live at the British Open Steve Futterman CBS news police, officer, and, Ken Washington laying down a spike strip to catch a suspect struck and killed by another police vehicle in pursuit of. That suspect's car Washington state patrol captain Ron me question about this were it not for the suspects from this incident this officer still alive today it's directly because of this suspect or suspects actions Bill led to the officers death during the Chicago, yacht club race sailor John Cinderella fell overboard has yet to be recovered club, Rear Admiral Nick Burberry quotation devices were thrown in very close proximity to, John but what. Has been reported by the crew. Is that he was seen slipping under the water? And unfortunately was not able? To reach those devices it has no equal at the box office this weekend, with my friends.