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"john haman" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"MLB insider Tony Gwynn junior host of the Odyssey original podcast, big time baseball with John haman covering all things MLB. Tony, man, we appreciate you jumping on with us. You guys doing? Yeah, we're good. We're good here, man. I want to start with this. This is just, I want you to help me out in pinpoint to be what you think it is because the Astros they have a Hall of Fame level manager and dusty baker, a great owner and Jim crane, obviously this winning culture. But everything they've gone through. Hey, take away three starters in the rotation. All right, you know, a bullpen guy they signed to a huge deal who has been struggling the most out of anybody in the bull pit. Jose Altuve, their Hall of Famer heart and soul to the team hasn't touched the field for an inning. Yet they find themselves. Two games back and still looking like one of the best teams in baseball and Abreu, their big off season signing is struggling. Bregman is struggling. What is it about this organization? If you could pinpoint the big factor that allows them to just keep winning the way they do no matter what happens to the team. It's a culture. I think that's what you have to kind of point to when you're talking about the Astros. At this point, they've won so much and at such a high level, there's a belief in that locker room no matter how bad their plan no matter how bad their struggling, that they're going to find a way to win. I think obviously having a guy like a steady hand like dusty bigger at the helm only enhances the kind of mentality that those guys have developed in that organization. AD, man, you asked how we were doing in my man Ron over here. He didn't give me a chance. He's so rudely didn't give me a chance. I'm doing pretty damn good. I'm doing pretty damn good. You know what I mean? How the hell are you doing, brother? He's doing fine. Well, I finished elaborate a bit, man. You know hell, you talking baseball stuff all day, day out, I want to give you a chance to elaborate a little bit, man. I'm doing well. We got a big event here for the Padres, called the dinner on the diamond. So I'm going in to do my radio show for a few hours, and then I got to head out and get suited and booted for tonight. What color are you going with? I'm going with a little black gray and red. Red, is the red and the ties. If in the pattern, it's in the pattern that I'm wearing. Okay, okay. That's good. And the shirt, and the shirt. It's got some red in it. Are you in C? Are you in seeing his join? Are you just showing up? I'm just showing up showing out. I get a day off. I don't have to actually ever see something today. Come on. And then here we are bugging. You want to talk us down baseball stuff, man. Hey, we were talking with the guys at Landry locker John Lopez, our midday guys, and we were chopping it up in a little cross talking. We were talking about dusty man and dusty finally wins a big one last year and this year he's, look, he's walking around the big man on campus if you will. What's your thoughts on how long dusty's gonna do this? Imagine you're looking at a balancing scale, with everything you do for other people on one side, and everything you do for yourself, on the other side.
"john haman" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Baseball. I'm your host Tony gwyn junior. Alongside my co host John haman and a little bit going on here and as we get towards the end of April, Major League Baseball continues to try to expand the game worldwide. They are playing a two game set in Mexico City, Padres, giants, this is John, this is one of those things where Major League Baseball continues to try to grow the game and Mexico City has been one of the cities we've heard that is at least in conversation to maybe have a major league team near one day. Yeah, no, I think it's great that Major League Baseball is trying to grow the game and playing games outside of our country. I think that's awesome. The WBC was huge. That was fantastic. You know, I still think the next two spots and you know, I mean, it looks like Las Vegas is going to be taken up by Oakland, but you know that's not a done deal yet. The most obvious spots for me for expansion are Nashville and Las Vegas. If Oakland goes to Las Vegas, they will need one more spot. You know, I'm not sure what Mexico City's chances are. A lot of competition, you've got Portland, you've got Salt Lake City, you got Charlotte. There are a lot of Montreal. A lot of places want an expansion team. We shall see, I do like the idea of 32 teams eventually. We'll see what happens with Oakland that could throw a monkey wrench into things. Yeah, up into this point, first game is here today at four O 5 mountain time. And I say everything up to this point has gone as good as you could expect. The city has been terrific. I'm here currently now getting ready for a game one tonight. It's really been a pretty cool experience. And I think the players themselves have been able to enjoy it a little bit. There was an off day, obviously yesterday, a weird Friday off day, very, I don't know that I've ever seen a Friday off day in Major League Baseball. But because it's only a two game set, they were able to do that. So I think the players were able to kind of maybe unwind a little bit, take their hair down and enjoy themselves a little bit. But today, you get back to the action and we'll see how these two games go. Highest altitude, almost 8000 feet here in Mexico City, the dimensions down the line I believe are three 25 to down the line to 400 to zero field for an offense like the Padres that has really struggled. This could be a good thing for them. Yeah, it could be positive. This is before your time, Tony not in mind in Mexico City Olympics. I remember there were records due to that altitude. I think it was bob beamon jumping 29 feet, two inches, something like that. And I don't know whether they decided not to count it or what, but it was unbelievable. And I was 7 years old. You were not born yet, but we saw in Colorado was like before they put the human door in, you know, maybe it's going to be a lot of offense. I think all of these excursions to remote countries are other foreign countries have been successful. The one that I would have a question on was London where the offense would really get out of control. And I'm not sure why it did there, but we'll see in Mexico City will be interesting. Maybe soda can bring that average up from what one 80 to two 80 if he has a nice series to get there. What we think it may be. It would certainly be a welcome site among some of the things that has happened here outside the game there's been some wonderful clinics that both teams have been able to put on and share with the kids here in Mexico City. So it's all in all, it's been a pretty terrific experience and I think a win for Major League Baseball. Let's get back to the states and talk a little baseball. I think I felt like you predicted this when the signing happened for the Texas Rangers. But Jacob de Grom exits his second start already this season. This time it was due to forearm tightness. Now I believe it was a risk issue the first time, you might be able to connect the dots here as we have risk now forearm, this can't be something that the rangers are not concerned about. Let's say that. I mean, it's clearly got to be concerned. You never want to hear anything connected to the arm. I mean, the Grom I was in spring training with him. He was just getting back. I think he had a side thing going on there at that moment. You know, obviously he just had a lot of different injuries over the past couple of years before that he'd been relatively healthy and two times Cy Young winner, but certainly over the last couple of years were red flags and I mean, Texas is the one that was willing to take that gamble on. I mean, what I would say is the most talented pitcher in baseball when healthy. So I mean, you know, it's a gamble, high risk, high reward. And they certainly understood that going in. And so far through what a 5 or 6 starts, he's shown exactly what you would think he's been brilliant when he's been able to pitch and he's had some now I think is the third issue counting spring training. You know, hopefully this is not a serious one, but you hate to hear forearm because that to me sounds often like a precursor to elbow. You hope not. He's already had Tommy John once, so you really hope that it's not elbow. I was watching that game. I was thinking he's only throwing 99. This really isn't him, but he did it a hundred, I think, a couple times, maybe, but, you know, a normally when some strong 99, that's pretty good, but for him, he wasn't quite on his best game, although he certainly was almost unhittable, even on his second best game. Hopefully for the rangers sake, this is nothing too serious, just another one of those little things that subtracts him
"john haman" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"The wait for it dot com hotline by Odyssey MLB insider John haman host of the Odyssey original big time baseball podcast with Tony Gwynn junior covering all things Major League Baseball and of course you can follow John on his personal Twitter page at John hayman John is always but he appreciate a few minutes here in Atlanta as the braves lost today, but man, they have been off to a fantastic start this year. Terrific terrific team, they've got good pitching. They've got great hitting, you know, obviously Swanson is a loss, but they haven't got the terrific all over if he was a great pickup. Obviously Riley and Acuna are big stars and they've got a very balanced and deep lineup. You know, John, I think with today's loss, they've started off ten and two on the road. And, you know, again, when you're a great road team, I mean, obviously the braids are going to play well at home, but what does it say about a team that plays really well on the road, like the braves have? Yeah, I mean, certainly it's easier at home if your tenant too. I mean, that's fantastic. It's an 8 33 winning percentage on the road. Really terrific. Look, they won the World Series two years ago last year. They won a 101 games in a very, very tough division. This is possibly the best team in baseball right now. If you're going to rank them, you do a power rankings, which I don't do. I would probably put them number one at this point, obviously the rays have been great, but I think with the resume that the braves have, I think, that they're probably the World Series favorite at this moment and John, the other interesting thing is obviously there's been a ton of injuries for the braise, whether it's Michael Harris, or Travis darnold, or obviously max fried is mistimed. Kyle Wright was banged up this year. And then you're dealing with Ian Anderson, who's out for the year and on and on and on and on. Is that one of the more remarkable things, though, that the braves have been this good playing this well with all of the guys that they've had injured this year? I mean it's pretty amazing. A lot of teams have that injuries. They are among them. I would say they're probably middle of back on the injuries. With sizzle life for them that they're able to be among the two or three best teams with middle of the pack situation on the injuries, freed obviously, big loss. Now he's come back. That's huge. I mean, Devin ace pitcher, another ace, pitcher, terrific. They really have done a terrific job of procuring talent, certainly of locking up talent better than anybody on that front. And you know, I mean, they have a young team and an outstanding future. You know, one of the things about developing their minor league talent, you know, they've gotten contributions from guys that were drafted in 2019, 2020, 2021 even. Strider and Bryce elder, a guy who were just drafted in 2020, you know, you don't normally see a lot of guys come up through the miners that quick into a major league club. What does that say about their scouting department, their player development? I mean, what does that speak to about how good the braves have done with that? Well, I mean, it got Dana Brown, the GM job of the afros. You know, he's the guy responsible for picking Harris and strider and all the most recent picks were his and you know, it makes sense that they would hire him. I just had him on another podcast and I do a post terrific gentleman and rate that he's finally got a chance to be general manager well deserved and I mean take probably 50 or more a hundred guys who made to the major leagues from the boba shift with a Toronto and Zimmerman's with Washington and Strasbourg and so many great players with Atlanta. I mean, drafting and developing is huge. The teams that do that well, the Dodgers, the braves, the Cardinals, are at a major major advantage. Odyssey MLB insider John hayman joining us here on the wait for dotcom hotline. Let's bounce around the league a little bit, John. What do you make of the Philly start this year? 8 and 11, they're actually fourth in the division. What does it bend that the Phillies have been so bad with so much expectation and obviously so much money that they spent in this off season? Yes, it's certainly surprising. I mean, it's early or 10% went through the season. So we don't want to overplay it, but they had a very good team last year that made the World Series certainly was much better once we're up Thompson took over as manager. I think there are a couple of factors. One is the injuries to Harper and Hoskins and Harper should be back probably in a couple of weeks or so. So that would be huge, but they have 200 RBI guys that lab is big. And then also playing deep into October. I think affects the pitching. Wheeler and Noah haven't been as good as you'd expect them to be. And that's really, I would say the hardest, it's part of the heart of the team. That lineup at full strength is one of the best two or three in the game, but having two pitchers who are aces is a rarity in baseball and should give them a leg up and so far it hasn't been a lot of surprises early though. I mean, the cardinals have been not been very good. Seattle deciders, the Padres. I mean, it is early. So I'm not, you know, I'm not giving up on that, but it has been a bit of a surprise that they started this bad. John, there's been some talk about with the Hoskins injury that they may move Bryce Harper to first base and let him play there versus playing in the outfield. Are you hearing the same things? I mean, what do you think about that? At college app student loans. We know paying for college can be stressful, but we don't think it needs to be that way. 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"john haman" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"I know, in series I saw, I didn't see that. I don't think that's necessarily the case. I think the white side bullpen is probably serviceable at this point. You've got great menu. You got rid of all the Lopez. You've got bummer. You've got some pretty good arms in there, but certainly missing Hendrix. That's a huge piece. I mean, he's the closer. So he's the key man that hurts him. I'm only injuries. I mean, we talk about how they went 500 last year. But I mean, they seem fact they're pitching staff was very injured and silly. Star players, they were all heard at one time or another. So I do feel like this team is going to be much, much better. And I do think they're pulled that ultimately will be good. And let's hope and pray for a Hendrix to return it. If it's as early as June, that would be terrific. So John, you're on your way to Milwaukee. Obviously, brewers and the mets, but you look at Christian Yelich over the weekend. He had a pretty good series for the brewers against the cubs. And you looked at him and you thought, okay, those numbers can't be right from last year because they're so pedestrian given his contract given his status in the game, you know, he hit 14 home runs 57 driven in and was only two 52 with the plate. Could this be, does this have to be a resurgent year for Christian Yelich? Yeah, man, I think he's in the same boat as Bellinger. Former MVP who really became a pedestrian overall player. And at least Bellinger is a great defensive player with speed. It really is going to have been the hitting. So he needs to step it up. It's been a couple of years. Basically, since he signed that contract that he has not been a great player and that's a major disappointment and Milwaukee because that's a lot of money spend to spend in a small market with I think they have the worst TV contract in baseball. So you better get going, at least Bellinger. And I do believe in him. At least that's a one year deal. Let's deal with a law long deal for the brewers, the biggest deal that they've ever signed. John, you're the best. Thank you, buddy. Really appreciate it. Thanks, John. All right, good talking to you guys, doing it. That was Odyssey MLB insider John haman insider calls are presented by bet QL but QL is here to help us all make better bets through real proven analytics but smarter beat the books download the vet QL app or visit that QL dot com
"john haman" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
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"john haman" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Welcome everyone to the SI media podcast. I'm your host, Jimmy trainer, thank you for listening. We have Richard dyche who covers media for the athletic and has his own podcast on the show this week to do a full potpourri of sports media topics cover everything that's in the news regarding sports media. The John haman, tweet
"john haman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The polls are open until eight o'clock tonight for the Boston mayoral election. There are five candidates that will be whittled down to two for the November election. And then the November election will decide who the next mayor of Boston will be. It's not just the city of Boston that is voting either. Today there are 15 cities all across Massachusetts. That will be taking part in preliminary elections. Somerville is also one of those cities after nearly 18 years serving as mayor, joker to Tony is not running again, so they will be deciding a brand new mayor. They're voting is ongoing and again, those polls are open until eight o'clock tonight. Jim McKay, WBC, Boston's NewsRadio. And a public wake begins at 11 o'clock this morning in Lawrence for fallen Marine people can line up to walk past the casket of Sergeant Rowhani Rosario Carter in the field of Veterans Memorial Stadium until two this afternoon. Immediately following there will be a memorial service and then a procession to Bellevue Cemetery where the Purple Heart recipient will be laid to rest. Sergeant Rosario was killed in the line of duty along with a dozen other U. S. Troops by a suicide bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan during the evacuation mission. And that mission and the deaths that went along with that is now front and center in Washington for a second day, Secretary of State Antony Blinken right now testifying before Senate Committee on the withdrawal from Afghanistan. And again, he got a scathing rebuke from some Republicans on that committee yesterday. There are a lot of questions going forward now about who will run Kabul Airport, for example, now that the Taliban is in control, let's get right to CBS's Cameron McCormick at the Pentagon, which has helped support operations flown in eight and evacuated foreign passport holders now, says It won't take responsibility for the airport without clear agreements with the Taliban and others. Joe has not only been key to keep in Kabul Airport Open, but it's also been an important broker in Afghanistan following the withdrawal of US troops and just a few minutes ago we heard from Afghanistan's foreign minister who claims that the new Taliban government will prevent militants. From using the territory. Afghanistan to attack others. We'll have more on that throughout the day and also coming up next. A former Boston police employee pleads guilty to fraud right now, 10 33 We check your ride with the super retailers of New England All will drive traffic on the threes out to the roads with Kevin Brennan. All right, Laurie, south of town, we go with that expressway north beyond still very tough. Go here late in the morning, Commute the expressway, North Jam Furnace Brook Parkway all the way up through Columbia Road. After that, you're looking good up to the tunnel Overall ride. Still about About 2025 minutes. Braintree up to Boston. Southbound little slow coming down through savin Hill. You back up to speed after the gas tank over the big troubles here on Route three between Plymouth and Braintree. If you're over and hand over today, watch out Construction work on route 53. That's Columbia Road right now. Near the North River Bridge on the Pembroke border that construction work causing some pretty big delay. So I may want to think of an alternate route to get around that area. Downtown Boston Lower deck. Second Bridge. Okay, as is that right in coming in from Chelsea over the Tobin Bridge, Leverage down ramp Still a tough go getting down to Storrow Drive, sterile drive westbound, just the left lanes getting by right lane cruise after Kenmore Square. Up to the north that 93 1 28 cloverleaf still jammed up with 1 28 south back to 1, 29 and Wakefield. This report sponsored by Haman Law firm in New England's motorcycle attorneys injured call 1 800 Haman or go to Haman law dot com New England's motorcycles attorneys. If you go down, they'll pick you up. He's John Haman, and that's his promise. Kevin Brennan. WBZ s traffic on the threes. Dean DeVore calling for beautiful day He likes this tunnel weather.
"john haman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To the road to 10 23 Kevin's back. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and we have a big problem developing now. About? Yeah, Okay. We got a couple of problems that we're watching. One of them is downtown Boston right now. In fact, the airport tunnel Ted Williams Tunnel east found we had an earlier disabled bus inside that disabled vehicle just cleared moments ago. You're left with heavy residual delays here from route 93 all the way over to the airport right now on the eastbound side of the Mass pike through the Ted Williams tunnel. Now the rest of downtown. Not too bad that the lower deck second bridge Okay into the O Neill tunnel. Looks like we've ease down on that lever down ramp getting down towards steroid. Dr. Tobin is a nice ride in from Chelsea and the river Roads are looking pretty good. We're going to clear that for car crash here in Burlington 1 28 south at the Middlesex Turnpike. All the delays have pretty much eased out as well. And up on 4 95 North bench. Still got some brake lights Getting by right lane crashed just before Route 1 50 here in Ames. Very, the expressway north beyond your on the brakes here just before East Milton Square stop and go traffic for you all the way up past Columbia Road That's going to take you now about 25 minutes to get from East Milton Square or actually, from Braintree all the way up into the O'Neill tunnel. This report sponsored by Haman law firm New England's motorcycle attorneys injured call 1 800 Haman or go to Haman law dot com New England's motorcycle attorney. If you go down, they'll pick you up. He's John Haman, and that's his promise. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes joining us now with a look at the weather this Monday morning is Dean DeVore. Good morning. Good morning, and it's been kind of an interesting day. We started off with.
"john haman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"For us right now, You know we're going to do a lot of stuff up Covid. And I think one of the things like movies basically told us Stop, stop testing and just treat the symptoms that were like now we're going to figure out what's going on and keep trying to keep this thing under control. So M L B s. You stop testing. Yes. And just sort of try to play and move on. And don't worry about it. Yeah. Wow. Well, the Red Sox MLB have both refuted these claims, saying the comments are quote completely wrong and inaccurate. So in or out, the MLBPA should investigate this matter. Absolutely. You do anything that, um, good, possibly protect your own. That's your job. I mean, it's not just contractual stuff and collectively, bargain stuff. Th No, D h blah, blah. I mean, it's stuff like this. That is You know, in in in certain situations, life or death now. This is either incredibly irresponsible on the part of Hunter Renfroe or somebody's lying. I can't imagine that Major league baseball Or the Red Sox would be so cavalier to just blatantly overtly lie. Like to be in cahoots, man, You know, Listen, guys. It's kind of getting out of hand. So let's go to stop administering the tests. Just take whatever they give you. Let's try to sweep this under the rug. What I mean, that would be that would be that would be what may be the biggest bombshell in forget about steroids that would be beyond comprehension. I can't believe that That's the case, but one of their players said it. They need to investigate inbounds. Are you in or are you out? Freddie Freeman is the reigning and L M V P credit. Hall of Fame caliber resume in his 12 years in Atlanta. However, the 31 year old five time All Star is a free agent at the end of the season and our buddy John Haman tweeted yesterday quote there is still a gap in negotiations, so free agency appears strongly surprisingly possibility. Hammond also said that the most obvious comparison is Paul Goldschmidt, who also at age 21 got a five year $130 million deal from the Cardinal meet at age 31. Goldsmith got it. That's why I said No, you said 20 I got. I'm just making sure we're good. We're good. Okay, good from the Cardinals that average out to about 26 year after the signing bonus, so in or out, Freeman should get at least 30 year in his next contract. Man. I like Freddie Freddie. Freddie Freeman is a baseball player, Freddie Freeman's of baseball player, and by the way, the looks of of Instagram from about a year or so goes little boy is going to be a baseball player, too. You guys see that? He just rifle that we had to be three rifle, the whiffle ball. It would mess around with his dad in the backyard. I like Freddie Freeman. I saw a good story, I guess was, I think was on ESPN like a Real long piece on his his background and his relationship with his dad. I root for Freddie Freeman. He is a very, very good baseball player. He's got the M V. P. Mike said five all stars, but he's going to be 32 in two days. If I like to keep him in Atlanta for his career, I really would like to have that happen. I mean, I I what kind of money we're talking about? Five. You know, five years of Buck 30. I'm less worried about the A V and the length of the contract. If it's five years I can swing that if it's like, seven or eight. I got.
"john haman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"You know that sound. You know what it means. We're getting ready to ride for the weekend and let me tell you something. No better person. To have riding at your side. Then my guess now and a host of this ride. Report Attorney John Haman. Good morning, John. You know, you put a smile on my face just listening to you as always, but in particular, you're You're very kind comments where I'm concerned, John. You do a lot of good. You do a lot of good work for a lot of people, so we appreciate it. You know, uh, one of the things that I'm so very proud of is the fact that I've helped introduce the motorcycle community to the rest of the civilized world and let them know. Let them know that We are members of the society that contribute, give back, raise money for charities and do everything so many good things on behalf of the communities in Between first responders and our veterans and all other charity events. I'm so very proud of the work that the motorcycle community does on their behalf and I guess the the old adage you can't judge a book by its cover, because you know, when you see a typical motorcycles, you see you know you you form one of people form one opinion and The reality is, um, that's not the case that is not that is not And where, where evidence of that. My my friends who ride like to say to me. Hey, Jim, you ride a motorcycle. You're not a biker and nothing wrong with being a biker. These are bikers, and they're trying to tell me, Jim. Yeah, we accept you, but, you know. Well, you know that because you probably you don't have a straggly beard, right? Even if I wanted to, John. No chance it would. It would be scraggly. It would be blotchy. Yeah, But if I were if I wanted to get that scraggly, blotchy beard blowing in the wind, what would I be doing? Because I know that John Hammond has the answer. Well, I think you would be making a mistake because you know you're handsome man. You don't want to. You don't want to cover that up and then God, God so, So keep it clean. We gotta we gotta do another zoom call soon, John. You've got to get a good look and maybe see your eye, doctor, But But where are we going? Where are we going? I do want it before we get started. I want to mention that, as you know, the season really got off to a later start to do the opening of venues. Yeah, by by the government. So as a result, every so many events that normally took place in April and May in June, for that matter have been postponed and delayed..
"john haman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Oh, yeah, you know, with our meteorologist Tommy B. We have that expression, Tommy be said. It would be like this. Like he said the weather would be this way and then it was well with my friend, attorney John Hammond, he said. It would be like this. That summer would come that things would open up and we would ride again and we'd put the pandemic in our rear view mirror. And you know what? John Haman said. It would be like this, and he was right. And my friend from Haman Law, 1 800. Hammond joins me right now. Good morning, John. Good morning, Jim. Nice to speak to you. Well, you know, online predictions came true. You were right. So I thought I'd follows two on that and jump in the water this past weekend. Yeah, and and, uh, the water didn't correspond to the heat outside. And as I jumped in, I said, Well, I'm either going to enjoy this swim my heart or my heart is going to Most government take it. You know, it was kind of a fun experience. Now The water is still cold. Because we had a cold spring. The water is still cold and as the sand Seinfeld significant shrinkage, John significant shrink it. Believe me, Jim. I was thinking more of my heart than anything. Well, you're a better man than to be good for you, John. And I'm glad you're safe. I'm glad you get in the water. He got out and everything was OK. Yeah, You're not kidding. So we have a big week ahead of us, Jim, Um, you know, and then I certainly couldn't be more excited. It's Laconia Bike week, starting 2021. On June 12th. And it runs through the 20th and the Hammond girls and I will be there for the very largest motorcycle gathering on the East Coast. Nice. Um and we're sponsoring three major. Events and so go to Haman law dot com for a listing of the events that will be sponsoring and attending love to see you there. Come on over and say hello and Pick up your event Guides. By the way, the event guys.