21 Burst results for "John Sterling"
Yankees' Judge homers in fifth straight game
"Hitting very well. Barnes to judge Curveball. Fly ball deep left field way back there. Erin Judge. Adios, amigo. Always he hot, his second home run of the night. Air and judges guilt. Ricky Ricardo, Still filling in for John Sterling on Yankees radio show was one of the weather. I believe, though he's scheduled back tonight against the Phillies as Raj two homers last night. That one, breaking a tie in the eighth got the Yanks and 97 home win over the Red Sox Judge has homered in five straight. His team has won six in a row. Anyone know, dear We know that you have a good week, I would ask judge this for an entire season. Since that has become the reason I I love it. Nobody hates the Yankees more than Bogue's, and every home run Every clout by judge is just another like pouring salt in the wound, especially happening on the day. The Mets became again the Dumpster fire with you and assess face. You must just love that double dip. Well, And don't forget the book and weekend for the Mets Friday night, I
The Unravelling 4: War Party
"This is the Jaakko on Raveling podcast episode four. With Daryl, Cooper and me, Jaakko willink. And, we're about to pick up the thread. Of JAAKKO GOING TO WAR I WanNa read something from. Tom ricks book fiasco early part from the earliest part of the invasion because I want to give people an idea of. The fire. You were jumping into in September, October. Two thousand three, so the war started in March. and. The conventional forces the Iraqis the resistance in the cities. Is precisely the match for the US military that you think it is, and we burn through them and. The Third Infantry Division gets up into Baghdad quick. They take the airport they make their thunder runs through the city, and the regime collapses very rapidly. That's in March early April. And this passage is. Referring, to appear now April into May. Quote. Baghdad was falling apart in front of the eyes of the US military with buildings, being looted and parents afraid to let their children outside, but no one had orders to do anything about it. Looking back several years later, Colonel Colonel Allan King the head of Civil Affairs for three ID spoke of April, two thousand, three with slow chilled tone of horror and his voice. I got to Baghdad was told. You've got twenty four hours to come up with a phase four plan. On the night of April eight Colonel John Sterling Chief of staff of three ID came to me, and said I just got off the phone with the court chief of staff, and I asked him for the reconstruction plan, and he said there isn't one so you've got twenty four hours to come up with one. King was stunned. He had been asking for months for just such a plan and had been told that when the time came, he would be given it. Lacking clear orders about what to do once. In Baghdad, the Third Infantry Division more or less stayed in place in the capital. You didn't find many dismounted patrols with three ID recalled J. Garner a retired army general, not one to lightly criticize his old peers. Kind of stayed with their platforms. That is their. And Bradley Fighting Vehicles. On April. Sixth Lieutenant Douglas Hoyt a platoon leader with three. Id saw looters for the first time. I remembered looking through the sights on my tank at people and trying to determine if they were hostile or not, he recalled later. He didn't stop them. It was not our mission at the time. The divisions official actor Action Review. States that. It had no orders to do anything else. Quote. Third Infantry Division transitioned into phase four SASSO. That's a security and stability ops with no plan from higher H. Q. IT reported. There was no guidance for restoring order in Baghdad creating an interim government, hiring government and essential services, employees, and ensuring that the judicial system was operational. The result was. A power and authority vacuum created by our failure to immediately replace key government institutions. The president announced that our national goal was regime change. This is still reading from the thirty report. That our national goal was regime change yet. There was no timely plan prepared for the obvious consequences of regime change. As a matter of law and fact, the United States is an occupying power in Iraq even if we characterize ourselves as liberators. Because of the refusal to acknowledge our occupier, status commanders did not initially take measures available to occupying powers such as imposing curfews, directing civilians to return to work and controlling the local government in populous. The failure to act after we displaced the regime creating a power vacuum, which others immediately tried to fill. Now. I. Know that War is very confusing. Thing and nobody has a plan after the first punch thrown the fight. There were. Some decisions made in the earliest days of this war that I find pretty inexplicable specifically because they went against the advice of the military and the intelligence establishment, and they were made seemingly for ideological and political. L. Paul Bremmer he was the civilian who was. Sent over to head the Coalition Provisional Authority the CPA the civilian authority structure in Iraq.
"john sterling" Discussed on I Run Because
"john sterling" Discussed on I Run Because
"I run together tearing I've talked about this. It was. I mean I was there was so much anxiety because i. I realized that this person that couldn't see was relying on. Her and. Honestly I had no idea what I was doing. Welcome to the I. Run because podcast. We all have a reason why we run. Each person has unique purpose to answer their y. You're Y. moves you. Why get you across the finish line? You're why can motivate others. I run because seeks dunes by others by exploring the why of athletes who run for charitable organizations and causes. I'm your host Job Rashard? And I have my lovely co, my guide and life my wife Christine. This season on Iran because we are highlighting running club. Achilles international running. Club that partners guides with runners of different abilities to compete in mainstream running events. While, Achilles focuses on running. The truth is running a simply a tool for accomplishing their main objective to bring hope inspiration, and the joys of achievement for all I'm having tonight. We have John Sterling and. Terry rupp from Achilles Las Vegas Hi John Hi Terry. And good good, thank you. So let's get started. Why don't we just jump right into this John You. Are The the chapter leader for Las? Vegas correct yeah I am actually and I started kills Las Vegas together so and might cheer up a little bit, and so I kind of them right now because. Like this. This whole thing means really lot to me. Like what we built together. A couple of years ago, we started in November right Terry. Take and so yeah, it's unbelievable journey and we've become super good friends. You've run, I mean. On the what hundreds of miles together? I can't even count the hundreds of miles together I mean. We've run marathons when ultra marathon and not to mention all of the training runs, there'd be from eating. So how did you guys connect I mean starting to chapter is is no small feat. and. Chapter that success goal is no small feat and John. Irene I'm positively a lot more. Oh! Of Love the story. What are we? Uh. Yeah she hates it and so Carey is. On. Of The kindest. Muslim bubbly Lake St Personalities. Always happy and when I called National Federation the Blind about it rings so. Honestly so if you call National Federation of the Blind Nevada Terry picks up. And, so did because I was looking for athletes and. And she picked up and she was having a grumpy day. And, so she denies it to this. But like I called and I said Yeah So. She's like what. And I was like yeah, so this is what I'm doing. I told her about Achilles in that I was. A-. And immediately like there was a one eighty where she's like. Yeah, and then he's like I want to tomorrow. Let's go run tomorrow. And so the two of US started together in a park was actually we didn't even have any Achille shirts and I don't think. But yeah, so it was. A start like for me honestly. I run together tearing. I've talked about this. It was. I mean. There was so much anxiety because I. I realized that this person couldn't see was relying on. To. Guide her and. Honestly. I had no idea what I was doing I never done it or and so. It was. It really was. It really was an anxiety still run. Honestly afterward like? Like just filled my heart up so much and Jerry and I have been kind of cheese and carrots ever since. It was Terry Terry where you are runner. Before that phone call non exactly I I did a five k. a couple years prior, but I still had a lot more residual fight at the time and I didn't have any friends who wanted to run with me so I decided to do it anyway and I chose the ball, a big group of a group of people, wearing bright red shirts, and I actually lost them and kept going into turn where I was supposed to turn and. Wasser out the noise of the crowd. Finish the race I mean I've been race, but. I've always had a dream that I wanted to run a marathon so I never thought it would have been possible, and then here comes John All excited. About thirty to Kelly's and I had heard from a lot of my blade. Runner friends about A. But I'd never taken the initiative to look not. So don calls and I may have been grumpy. I met this and looking forward to I. Know I might be a John. John! But then he carries. Around and I said Yeah when you and I mean he here's this guy I have no idea who you know who he is, so I asked him to meet me out of local parts. Because there's been some, crepeau. So. He kind of anyway. Yeah, but I still love you. So we ran I. Think we ran. Block. or Miles on the first one and. Yeah I run go away and I said whenever in the Las Vegas fucking whole marathon and the whole time. Don thanks themselves. Their rock and roll. Please those rocky. Oh. Yeah, that's absolutely true. So the first day we met you know I ask Terry what her goals were, and she wanted to run a marathon, which was awesome, and I was down and in. You know in my mind I'm thinking. Please don't say rock and roll is just don't say rock and Roll Vegas these domes, and of course. As she said she said I. WanNa Run Rock and Roll Vegas. Right, this begs the question. I was just GonNa say that's on my list of things to do. All right. Now do not to it. And, this podcast is sponsored by rock and roll marathon. Just Going Has I think it's it's awesome. I would recommend doing it, but I wouldn't recommend doing the full. Is it a boring course or is it a? What is it about about bad guys that you didn't like? John for me. I pictured in my mind. Was You know fifty thousand other people around and hops, take care of. You, know my friend who can't see. And so that was really why I thought about like no. There's not a good idea. And and it turns out that yes, there are fifty thousand other people there, and we first of all it was. It was an awesome time. I mean we had a great. At this marathon? Is, the full is a poor worse so like the middle part of it like the middle. Kerry, what hour and a half two hours we. Me Ran around parking lot basically..
"john sterling" Discussed on The Short Porch
"It's very it's very nice thing but anyway I have Roku in my room and I was watching Making all these calls the Tampa Bay Oriole game so I actually like it. You don't and I and I liked him since I was a little boy and so the Games are easy now. The fact that as I said before they never give the Yankees a getaway day game kills. You kills me kills everyone get into every town at four and. I can't go to sleep right away. I'm up for at least an hour and a half an pack and the poor little drink and and relax. He takes me a long time. And so that's the tough part. The four in the morning as the top part the easiest things the games. And you know it's great with the Yanks the bigger the game The more you like it because it's it's quote unquote important and the Yankees as you know in New York. Everything's a federal case. So you'll I did this on the air yesterday so I can do it with you here. It's expectation and with the Knicks and the jets and the giants. They win game that go crazy. Newspapers talk shows because they never think they're going to win a game. That's why the Yankees are expected to win. And so it makes people always say. What do you think of the Yankee? Red sox rivalry well. It's it's Chris from my mill. It's great for me and any other broadcaster writer because people are paying attention. People are passionate. And that's what you want what? I wanted to tell you the board of governors of the emmys The New York emmys they have. They have a big night. It's GonNa be April eighteenth at the Marriott Marquee plug in grey day by the way birthday and I am getting their number one award. The governor's award also deserves said to me. Something really true. Well you've been so long of course you're going to get it wouldn't have you the. I I've said that you belong there and I hope one day or honoured in Cooperstown in the hall of fame. Is that something you ever think about? Love? I will be as honest as I can. Of course how would you not think it right? It never happened. I don't have the right style guide but if I didn't have the style I wouldn't be. This is my thirty second year the Yankees and I've had nothing but if you're a broadcaster and you're living you know we're not talking about some parachuting into do something that's your living being on the air for radio. Tv Station whatever. You do just Jackie. Whatever it is I have literally had. What would be called great broadcasting jobs for about fifty five years? So if I didn't have that style would have been able to accomplish that so I'm you know I don't think I can tell by a Lotta people that they have brought into the hall of fame. Who have very different styles for mine and Hey Showbiz Showbiz? Maybe we'll make a push for you on the Internet. A little bit shouldn't streak and everything. Yeah I think we can make a pretty good case. You mentioned before before we sat down. You'll have twitter. Obviously you don't go on the Internet and like I forgot the term. You call yourself to lunch. I think you said yours out to lunch. Is anybody out to lunch as much as anyone? Well I'm not I'm not on the Internet. You know the the Crank calls you get first of all. I don't really get they make a call. You know I miss it and I call him right back and you can't reach that number. What are they get out of it? I hooked calls yet. Nothing I guess nothing. Do you get print call from selling a buying whatever right and sometimes I'll get a call and they'll say With this is a call for your visa MasterCard account. I don't have never had visa mastercard so there I can hang up right away and other times. Yes there is a problem with your computer and we hang up right away. Have no computer so I try to keep as as best Iran. But I'm not on the Internet. No I see it again to the podcast. Ah Game I think last year when we were down here you mentioned that you were starting a podcast or your. Yeah I we haven't done much. We're going to do it again soon. Yeah pinstripes and bright lights and what I do is get on. They have the producers who are in in Boston. They'll bring in letters so that I can respond to but for the most part I just till stories and and I hope it works and I did that last year and then during the four days off in the All star break I had said yes. You know the people get you months in advance. And I'm a good guy I say yes then. All of a sudden the day comes on. You gotta get there so I was being paid so I mean I. I should have gotten there and I went. There was a big audience in Westchester. And you know what I did for speech. I did the stories. Joe D story. Ted Williams Story Bob Turley story etcetera etcetera and seemed to go over okay. Everyone loves to hear those stories. I have a terrible voice. Do you think I'd ever be able to be announcer? Let me tell you this when I began. We're back everyone had a good voice. I loved a radio station in New York. More than all the others in the W. W. Am and they played you know Sinatra Ish music and they had personalities who just did their district show. I thought that was the end of the world and newscast is and they all had great voices. Well that all ended. It may have ended with the With talk shows. I sometimes think that radio stations want their talk personalities to have bad voices so they sound like the callers so the call is would identify with them. I'm not sure it's true but I think that there. Yeah I do I do think so and I had a buddy now give his name is name is Ira Mellman and at big strong boys and he did a lot of network stuff for CBS. Especially and he's working sports station in Washington and they fired him and listen to this. This is some business by the way. They fired him because he sounded to professional. That's so the answer is yes you can make millions. Are you kidding? Good especially really long island accidents. Top people joy that one well obviously is not hurting Chris. Russo Joe Benigno and and people like that out so as we wrap up here. There's a few changes that are happening on the verge of happening in baseball. It's one of your thoughts on them. I A battle with relief pitcher. I don't like it. Yeah I mean that's I don't like anybody else. I don't think anybody likes takes away. The strategy and in Nineteen ninety-six. My favorite years Susan's favorite. Youtube was born in because I was born in nineteen ninety Sol. My God you were born then but they named A buddy of Mine Dorey as manager so follow buck and I was real close two bucks still am and Jeff Pohjola. I've become good friends and and they weren't supposed to go anywhere and and you know the rest of the they got the first place. May I stayed there for the rest of the year behind every playoff series and they would win games from the seventh inning on but anyway the only had one left in the bullpen. Graham Lloyd he was great and Joe Torre had a weight. He added weight to use him when he could be most effective to win the game and obviously he did and they did so. I don't like the three better rule for that reason. If you have that kind of lefty and you're going to hold him for Bryce Harper or someone like that you should be able to use them for that than another one may not happen. But we'll start out there. The playoff expansion going to seven teams in each league. Top seed getting a buy and then the other teams picking who they play in the first round. You'd go to fourteen playoff teams. What what do you think of all that? Well I like it because You know a lot of people. Oh it's ruining everything has changed at one time. You know when the Yankees when I was growing up Yankees would win the pennant and go right to the world series now to win the world series. Well that's a lot like football baseball hockey basketball. You have to win a few playoff series. Which a tough but I love the sport so the more games for me is is even better because I like the Games and playoff games of the greatest or and I could see myself. I would hope the Yankees finished first and art involved in this. What a kick. It would be to see all the playoff games leading up to when the Yankees get in but we were saying that the Yankees got the pick. Pick the twins every time the sweep 'em again every great actually only thing that now you know this this you've heard a t in any sport team wins early and some schmuck reporter has to ask the question Who Do you WANNA play? Well they would die before telling you well. We'll just enjoy this for a while under we'll see so it would be very very tough of those teams to pick a team you know. Be careful what you you hope. Imagine the Yankees two years ago. Picking the Red Sox play like motivation. That would start. I mean it just the show itself was probably what baseball wants where the teams would be picking the teams on the show that would gain traction. I personally don't like the by that. The the hopefully it'd be the Yankees for the foreseeable future but that number one seat would have so much time off and baseball is such a a game of routine and like these guys. Don't want that much time off when it comes. You won't be playing almost every day and I just think some players won't like that based off the the long layoff would have. But we'll see another thing Robot EMPIRES The strike zone. Electric strikes on seems like something. We're inevitably heading towards. Well I think because at ten is the yeah the I with the call on I and the technology which I would not understand anyway would have to be phenomenal. I prefer seeing the EMPA- I hate. I hate the reviews area slows. The game of Football Kills Football. I'm the greatest football fan the world and I can't tell you how many times you know on my Sundays where I have the game on on one set in the Red Zone on another and I'm yelling play so I'm not too keen. I like the old days like me. Oh in a where the empire would miss a pitch and someone had done that. That's the best part of baseball on the matter. Getting thrown out fans loved Billy Martin and a panel running out on the empire throwing their hat. Yeah dirt who are the fencepost Tabu electronic robot? We don't want to do that. And also what an anticlimactic way to win a game they have to go to a re review or replay. I don't know if you guys have anything else I was. I was GonNa say just in general twenty twenty season what were what are your expectations for this team. And do you think this is the year that they end they end the world series drought and got it done? Do think this when people predict in any sport championship Super Bowl World Series. How do you? How do you know who you're playing in the first round out? You know who's injured but if everything would go exactly alike. I think the Yankees would have a great chance to beat any team well. The dodgers are tremendous team et CETERA. Et CETERA. I think baseball is going to have a hell of a year. Because in New York there are two terrific teams. And so that's the biggest city will be fully in on the on the Yankees and mets and I can see in the National League East this great division race four-team dirty and in the national league central the same way three or four really good teams so I think baseball's on the verge of having I hope very much of a positive person only see the good things and I think they have a chance to have a tremendous year. Love to hear it John. Thank you so much for coming on your current guest now second year in a row. Maybe we'll do it again next year and we'll talk about how they had a World Series Shamsher number twenty eight. Well we do it again. Next year I'll be very happy. So thank you absolutely johnstone. Thank you.
"john sterling" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Like e could've held off. He's like hey we're not playing. We might as was fucking do it now like how. Why would it does happen yesterday? I don't know I. He must've in classic mets fashion. He must have fallen out of bed on his arm and like torn as UCLA. Like that's what they said it was bothering him towards the end of the camp before like everyone got ice. Oh did I say that? I didn't see that okay. I've thought but I could be making that up like you know what do it now. What what's the reason? Wait when we have. We're doing nothing. Well he's going to miss into the summer next year. It's not just going to. He's back for spring training and he's all set like this might as well do it. Now Kiss. Judge can Israeli rib injury you might as well just removing the RIB at this point. But that's a good point is up last night. I couldn't. I lost the ability to sleep at this point. Partly because I'm back in Video Game Haute where I just play in the water in the morning and then all of a sudden I'm wired and Can't sleep watching this Blake lively movie age of Adeline having pretty much in tears in bed. It was so dramatic and sad. Been WATCHING A lot. Blake lively and five. Am I'm literally scrolling through twitter? And I get one refresh before I close my eyes. Awesome Jeff. Passengers drops an article on everybody and it gives us hope we have hope again so apparently the last ten days. Major League Baseball on the MVP have been meeting in the conference calls all this certain players trout etc. Yelich and they basically are planning for an early July or early. June. Start date where they'd have scheduled doubleheaders sometimes multiple in a week is players are pushing for this so they can get as many as as close to a hundred and sixty two games as possible and then we'd have a season and then. They pushed the regular season into October like Middle October late. October and November will be playoffs with neutral site stadiums. And that's our season back in. We're looking forward to the fact that they're planning for that and it sounded like visit deadline. I believe at the end of the day Wednesday. She might know about this already by the time. You're listening to this. It's it just gave me hope because I had anything I I honestly live my life in such a pessimistic fashion that like I expect the absolute.
Yankees Announcer John Sterling to Miss 1st Game Since 1989 on July 4
"New York Yankees announcer John sterling is ending his thirty year streak of calling every game on the radio sterling is turning eighty one on Thursday and tells a local New York radio station he won't be heading to Tampa to call the Yankees four game set with the rays later this week only the first time sterling has been called a Yankees game since nineteen eighty nine we'll return after the all star break taking place
Yankees beat skidding Astros 7-5 for 8th straight win
"Not in New York, where the Yankees and Astros were tied at five in the seventh inning. And the bitch grounded base in the glove of corio, the love field, the same thing one room scores. Lemay, who to score? Judge Giancarlo Stanton with a two run single John sterling with the call and Yankees radio. The Yankees win their eighth in a row beat the Astros
"john sterling" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Chapman this one too. On the ground. I grabbed by Walker flips to Chapman. Game over wildcard game win. John sterling he used to come on shows with when I worked in New York, and he's the nicest guy, his call is such a signature calls Yankees went so Yankees and Red Sox, I postseason meetings since two thousand and four. And to me, it's one of the most bitter rivalries in all of sports. And if you and because I did live back there for a while. I because I wanted to experience that I wasn't. I wasn't actually I was covering I guess the Yankees. But I went to see the Red Sox playing Yankees territory that went to Fenway to see the play and Red Sox territory, and it is nasty. I mean, it can get nasty with the crowds when you have opposing. Let's say routers in the unfriendly confines on either side of that rivalry. But they're gonna play each other first time since two thousand and four. Hey, thanks to everybody who participated in nail the score. You are locked and loaded. We will announce who one our weekly prize. I'll do that the next time around on my Thursday into Friday and weekend show. And thank you to everybody else for listening to this hour of America tonight. Keep it real peeps. Hi, this is Gordon Deal Monday on this morning. America's First News update on Brett Kavanagh.
"john sterling" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma
"So now after after thirty years and sitting there and seeing it all and being through the ups and downs. Your biggest highlight the time when you felt on top of the world as a Yankee. Slash. Broadcaster fan. Your highlight your biggest moment in the last thirty years with the team. If there is one. Is it impossible to to pinpoint one, but I think the year nineteen ninety six is always been my favorite Yankee year and after they got knocked out of the playoffs on the fifth and final game in Seattle, great playoff series, ninety five. They hire Joe Torry and we have been friends in Atlanta, but I- broadcast there. And so here was, you know, buddy coming over as manager. I was very close to them. Then the the team wasn't really expected to do anything and everything they did was magical, got into first place on may first and held it all year long. And and then the playoffs they were in in the seventh inning about it every game, and they stays rally after rally. And obviously they won went onto win the World Series. They had three games as Lanta that you're in the World Series. One was more sensational and the other. So I say that was the first time, and I always wanted to ring and I was with the nets when they won the last ABA championship and they didn't have money. Roxanne's is a rain. Yeah. Yeah. So I had to wait all the time. Now is ninety six about twenty years later, and I got my first Yankee ring, and I thought that year was absolutely phenomenal. How about that? Billy milky Oni on that team. Then that, yes, how, how about that? Yeah, a lot in those days, you know, nowadays, you see eight coaches on the sidelines well, and those days it was, you know, Kevin lottery who's one of my best buddies was coaching the team. So that was why that was so memorable and Billy was like a player coach for an assistant. I know you only assist is different is different world. The different and boy is a different world in every way. Absolutely. Yeah. Okay. So that that that was a big, you know, I always been. I've always been a big huge Joe Torry fan from heck from his playing days. And I always thought he managed with dignity and he handled everything with class, and he was really the kinda guy that you would wanna play for and the kind of guy you looked up to. No question. So. Let me guess. One of the most heartbreaking moments is when the poor Yankees were leading three, nothing in the SOX came back and won four to three and then went on to win the World Series. That must've drove New Yorkers crazy. Oh, I'm sure it did. Ironically, ironically, after the, he's won two games in Yankee Stadium. They went to Fenway and they scored, they scored twenty runs. And if they had this read this break. That break, they probably would have scored twenty five runs. So they had a three, nothing lead and they lost to Heartbreakers have given the Red Sox credit for coming back. They lost to Heartbreakers and I told my booth mates my Charlie sign. It was working with me an engineer named Brian Ferguson, and I told them the answer, not gonna win the series they've run out of pitching. So actually when they went back to the stadium and the Red Sox won games three of six and seven to win the series. I, I wasn't surprised at all because you know, baseball is predicated so much on pitching your pitching and they're pitching and I knew the Yankees had run out of pitching and Boston with big Papi and Manny Ramirez had great offense team. So so that actually it was terrible for New Yorkers in Yankee fans, that cetera, but I saw it coming so it didn't. It didn't surprise me at all. The. Your favorite Yankee team. In the thirty years, not necessarily the most successful or just the favorite. Your favorite team to cover on a daily basis that you enjoyed the most? Well, without question it was ninety six ninety six. I mean first of all, they won the World Series Sangley you know, the manager, you know, Joe, is there twelve years made the playoffs twelve years and basically on the road every night after the game, we would have dinner. So I I felt like I was boy is that changed?.
"john sterling" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma
"It. It wasn't out of the blue because in in the same year, as you know, the Red Sox fired their manager, John Farrell, you know, they finished first, they lost in the playoffs, right? As is one thing too about the Yankees, et cetera. In nowadays, you know, the regular season spine, but boys what you do in the playoffs. There count. That's what that's your legacy. That's what you for. You'll be remembered anyway that Washington fired dusty Baker, and he got him finished. I got him into the playoffs and the Enke's is fire Girardi. And I just think they felt which is always a danger for every coach or baseball manager that their voice isn't being listened to any more. Heard the same same voice for so long, and they figured that this was the time and. IRA Boone is a very, very good dog. He's very low key breezy going and as done a good job, but it'll be view just like Cora. We'll be viewed about what they do in the playoffs. Well, no question about that. You know, it's a, it's a win at all costs business. Like you said, you know, Terry Francona won two World Series in Boston when they had won one years, whatever the case may be. And then they. And you said he was a friend of yours? Yeah, he's a friend of mine too. He is really a good guy, had a terrific manager. Terrific back. And then they go and listen. This isn't working anymore. You think they ought to build a statue to him outside Fenway park, but I get it. You know, that's the way it is. That's the world of of professional sports. From your vantage point the the difference, not that one's better. Believe me. I'm not sitting waiting that one's better the difference in the way Aaron Boone who by the way I saw him his brothers get a catch with Pete Rose. When they were youngsters at veterans stadium, when their dad was the catcher, Phil Ryan dry. Right? The difference between the way he does his job day to day and the way Joe did it. I think Boone is more personal has more contract on an individual basis, and he's a little more open. Joe Girardi was little close, always a little fearful of what the press would find out where the broadcast would find out. So you know, one thing is really true and you can do this in any sport in New York. Part of the job is a very distasteful. Part of the job is interacting with the media and and so that's, that's that's a big piece. Now, it doesn't matter if you win nothing about is if you win, but if you don't win, it does matter. And if they don't like you, they're gonna be on you, then they get the fans to be on you. So you know, it's very tough to criticize Boone. He's such a nice guy. It's such an easy going guy, but if he doesn't win it, don't worry. It'll be criticized. You know, you would think that. Someone like Willis Reed, but you know what a hero, I'm right, and you know what? It didn't matter when he started coaching the Knicks and they'd lose. He got it just like like every other. Yeah. Yeah. That's it. Yeah. So no question, No question. As they say, a results oriented business. Well. Pledge you went in that direction. Speaking of criticisms. You know, for a guy who's kind of like a staple your like an institution in in the Yankee fans, you know, generation two generations at least have grown up. You're the voice of the aunties and yet there's a segment out there that can't wait to criticize you. Right. What's obviously, you know, you're part of the media so you, you know this better than anybody, but how do you, how does a person deal with with that kind of that kind of feedback when you know, hey, I'm really, really good at my job. Well, I first of all, we all have likes and dislikes. I do very strong likes and dislikes. So if someone knocked me in the in the newspaper, which certainly has happened. So you know, I I kind of accepted now then when I this is my thirtieth the end of my thirtieth year with the Yankees. So if some guy, there's one in particular to who is knocked me over the years..
"john sterling" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma
"On TV. I didn't get to see Mickey Mantle play. No way could be as good as Willie Mays anyway. So. Embrose Robinson and Mike Schmidt. I said, you gotta be kidding me. He's right. I mean, so now for certain when we win all the time I find myself year after year after year going. Oh my God, the Yankees, we've become the Yankees. Yes. And I've come to appreciate everything that they stand for, who they are, what they do and just how difficult it is to be them. Do you? Well, there's no question. The toughest thing is to repeat, and that's why I'm in awe of what you've done it at uconn because you've been on top or so on, you have to win so many games, and then when you go to the tournament one loss in your out. And so I say, I think of you by the way I thought in the in the sixties seventies of John wooden and and UCLA. You're not playing a four at seven, born seven, you know, you can make changes. You can change this on defense and offense different rotation. But when you play one game, you have to win that that one game. So and by the aunties they have we talking about the culture before. When you think of how long they been on top, you know, you have to think of it when when babe joined the team in nineteen twenty. And you know soon, it's going to be twenty twenty and the Yankees have stayed as this big name for a hundred years, which is like, you'd have to say, really amazing, you know, because it has to do with players as you well know players win games and lose game. So it is. That's why I have so much unbelievable adulation respect for for you and all your teams, Connecticut. Very tough to repeat and you keep repeating and repeating, and it's it really is tremendous. Why pre-state that. And yeah, I mean, it is about the players. It is about the players. It is about getting great talent and. It is. It is a testament to the organization, obviously and one hundred years. You're right. Andre years is a long time and. They've been able to to sustain it for that long. And one thing the ring day in New York, you know, they're, they're fuelled. By this many years ago, invoke show was managing the Yankees. He said the fans don't come to see the Yankees play. They come to see the Antes win. So I, I think they're fuelled by that and one other thing, which is obvious thing. In a winning is good for business, and let me tell you with the Yankees businesses really good, so so it booze them, and now you can make the wrong choices. You can say, you know, we've seen a lot of players get signed for a lot of money who've been busts. And so you know, you still have to have an organization. It's still to make the right decisions, but certainly it's in their best business interest to keep on having a good team. Well, you know, talking about making right decisions, the average person out there, maybe even the die hard, New York fans. The decision to not bring Joe Girardi back. Did that take a lot of people by surprise or did. Was it in the air. I don't think it was in the air Gino I, I really don't. I mean, I I was caught by surprise..
"john sterling" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma
"This is Gino Auriemma and this is holding court your to your more famous in China than liangelo ball. I mean, and he just became famous you way we're famous than we were on runs, undefeated runs, who was I calling? If. Twenty one to know how do I keep this. Your mom. Hello, I gotta tell you, you know, she still watches you on TV, but she said that she said, Charles, I like you. I like you lot and you were, but then she said, but I love the shack. Yeah. Okay. For that. Hi, ladies and gentlemen. This Gino Auriemma have basketball coach at the university of Connecticut, welcome to holding court, which you know Auriemma our podcast today, the number one, legendary voice of the New York Yankees John sterling, who for the last thirty plus years has been behind the mic of every single New York Yankees game. So whether you're a Yankee fan or you're not a Yankee fan, you'll be a fan of what John sterling has to talk about. And the way he talks about his job, the Yankees, baseball, etc. Etc. Enjoy. We were talking about. You know, almost like you're talking about a culture, you know. You know, coaching here at Connecticut and the the, the number of years of success over and over and over again. And you know your comment about, well, you know, it's you recruit really good players, which is true, but having players is is not enough. And as you were talking, I'm thinking it's a little bit like the Yankees. Actually, it's a lot like the he's in that you want you set that that that that standard. And once you've established a certain culture, even when you get good player, sometimes it doesn't work. But generally speaking, it's as much the culture as it is the players that the end up being the reason for long term success you've been there long enough. What do you think. So I don't think there's any question the Aftab, a winning culture. And I think when players come to the Anki is not all now, but when players come to the Yankees, they know the tradition is they wanna buy into this is their chance to be with a winner. And if you win New York, you know that's a great place to win. Now, if you don't play well and you lose not a great place to play to lose. Right. I think it's, I think it's a great thing to have that culture going in and maybe make it easier for the players to buy into. You know, when you say this is one of the things I I love talking about. You know, when I'm recruiting kids, I say to them all the time. Look, this is like Broadway, you know, coming to connect pro. You know, if if you're freighted the pressure. So my daughter was trying to get on on the stage and she spent six months in New York and then realize I'm not good enough. Okay. You shooting? No disrespect, but she didn't go to Kansas City or Cleveland, or you know, she went to where the best performers go perform and Connecticut, basketball. If you, if you're if you wanna be big on the biggest stage, this is it if you play well in New York, everybody in America knows it can play poorly in New York. Everybody in America knows it. True. So how how if you found the players that handle those two things and some doing some don't. What do you think the differences. Second question. You know the people like Derrick, jeeter and Mariana, Robert. I'm taking the best. I think they have the ability that they're not afraid to fail as so it enables them to put their best foot forward. I mean, they know they have town so they, you know, believe they're going to succeed and they're not afraid to fail if they don't succeed. I think that's, you know, obviously, very, very important. You know, basketball is is is much tougher. I don't mean to tell you basketball, I think you know that, but basketball suffer because there you really have to interact with teammates on the floor. You know, you have to make the extra pass..
"john sterling" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Are savings worth celebrating Staff No Then our back on our little old Sunday, show it has gotten much lighter and brighter here at the. Stadium it was so dark and, grey and you looked up and, thought oh, boy we're going to have rain. Again I don't think. So it really looks, very very pretty in the skies brightened. Yesterday When Chapman, was really, struggling in the ninth inning really. Started to rain and. You wonder where they're, going to call time and thank heaven He came back from three one down got the final out the Yankees one then it rained like crazy The. Game was over thank goodness If you have a Yankees or, baseball or any sports. Related question You can reach me, at Twitter at hashtag ask John sterling and the telephone number eight seven seven three three seven. Sixty, six? Sixty. Six and let's go to John in North Carolina Hello, John Hello how're you doing I'm good how are you all right. I got to comments if I may new walk in right field? Every day unless somebody is hurt.
"john sterling" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Dot com steve is calling from manhattan and a happy fourth to you steve oh yankee doodle smooth that's it make me think of james cagney in that movie that's right and what else to be petted in smooths on the phone you are you are the knock hewlett genius there was a lot i was alive alliteration going on now what does alliterate in maine that means you can shrink words together next kind of sound the same and just go on and on and on and on your openings could last forever well and they do and some of them seem like they do right i know guys stay smooths talks and talks that's what he's supposed to talk i can't see them right stewart sold the favourite don't waste any more time in the hospital but you don't have to be no hospital live to be two hundred years old or the same year by base you know today is the birthday of john sterling who happens to be the same ages the country itself and i think as i play by play job was calling these signing of the declaration of independence right that was the political ended where he was he was at the first olympics day was dying and watch together for the opening ceremony but in steinbrenner's birthday and steinbrenner was a big fan folks you don't notice a white castle cheeseburgers he loves the she was born in this day and we know jefferson and adams both died on his day this week is monstrous in american history well of course it's the beginning of of of everything and i mean you know you have your declaration of independence and there's the signature with with with what's his name ben franklin and thomas jefferson what is it and two hundred and forty two years later were basically with the same principles in play at least most of the time one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six is the number to call we have lines open and i'll tell you.
"john sterling" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Wfan fm new york i like john sterling with a little big even never leagues mary's pretty well sounds about as good as it can get spitting at fi he got the voice for it to new york ledger to forty one we'll get to the nba and just a sec but again if you're not following on instagram live you probably should at cnbc wfan because barks is about to do a segment called bart on life which he has done before this one has some props to it and it's troubling this a special edition now it is time for a special edition of bart on life scotch on finance falling on the budget baby scars on love cheaper to keep was park star on top kosher kanye west tim mcgraw i like you only see something you've never heard before mike wish you hadn't get your own welcome to a very special edition of bardo life and yeah you probably never heard some of this stuff but today seguin yesterday we had a discussion where i'm talking about you know my wife sold use my wife's open summer e we all thought it was rush but they do have so yes because the boston product so what the what the topic of discussion is today got me thinking what men products are secretly disguise in women package so this is for every man's especially because the summertime i will be tight they're going to be out sons outguns i'll trying to make that love connection if you're not married and if you are married making sure that the flame is still hot is something that you gotta have the first thing that happens in the summertime is you want to go up and you want to talk to a woman we all know about the breath making sure that breath tests everything is right but you can't be spitting at dead flaky skin off your lips so one of the first products that has man's product disguised in women's packaging e o s the nice lip balm ball which want to make sure that you have that you want to make sure you've got some good flavors because you might get one of some of that sweet sugar you wanna make sure that she taste that flavor that good tropical flavor chapstick so get the chance the second one this starts off this is also for children as well not so much for women because my main would he would who owned baby powder aka the jets yield ceo wherever he is right now in the world you know working for trump you know is baby powder but they had a little trouble talk was giving women ovarian cancer so you'll you can't use but guess what we don't have those parts and you want to make sure it's hot outside is going to be ninety ninety seven don't want to have that but butter or that that ungodly like mister or humidity down below so i hate myself for three times and hit it about three times during the during the calcio advocate for that to go in shoes the absolute if you're gonna wear slip ons or whatever and if you don't have those invisible socks put the baby powder in the shoes because you might think you're going to score but dan lewis when you take it off and she smelled at foggy all right so now we're back to the culprit to to the wash that started the whole thing eve body what gynecologists approved though so i understand it's gonna be smooth on your skin it's a five in one wash and if you're a man of course you don't have those concerns but you can use the other four properties that are involved in this and i also have a secondary flavor for you mean yeah this is called the light blossom yes if i may get past because we can't let this go and i can't believe like this is my career now but i hate to point this out but you hr said it was cool you look at the directions here what did the direction say coming through here but it says for external use only wet area poor small amount onto hand or wash cloth and apply wait for it to your intimate area area is your face or intimate area doc was meant for my intimate area and nobody needs to be thinking about my intimate.
"john sterling" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"Wonderful app for it but it's just playing a word document but she's dates you know dates and i just underline the the dates and then put the stuff in and then you know keep moving forward in time so there's somebody who works at vox who who helped me work on dark money andrew procup and he he could he could describe what a disaster it looked like but it it's mazing helpful in storytelling because i actually learned this from the first book editor i had someone named john sterling which is there's a kind of a propulsed of interest that we all have in finding out the simple question of what happened next and when you're trying to turn a story into a narrative that people want to turn the page you know each page and find out what happened next you just have to create that momentum and follow the narrative and it just it becomes natural really a thriller and so you've got sort of figure out what that narrative line is and and people just want to know what happened next sometimes as a podcast or you get a sponsor that actually fits what you're doing what you think your audience might really like not just something weird that you have to sell the great courses is one of those sponsors this show is about learning it's about the idea that the world is big and it's fascinating and there's a joy to understanding it and that's what the great courses plus is about to you learn from the brightest minds invest experts the kinds of people i try to interview here about whatever you want and you learn however you want you can begin watching the course on your roku continue on your computer at work turn it on when you're headed home on the bus under smartphone they've got a new course that i highly recommend why you are who you are investigations into human personality it's drawing on research in psychology neuroscience genetics it looks at the differences in people's personalities where they come from and how they shape our everyday lives helping us better understand ourselves and those around us but it's not just that you get unlimited access to over ten thousand lectures on everything you can imagine you can.
"john sterling" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"No but still use that for a home run right i like that one on yom oh giancarlo that means let's go i also don't know any talion so i'm i was trying to raise he said and i'm even looked it up i'm like starting to search and i'm like what would it be i like it's gotta be yeah i don't like to see note reseau that's no good you can't have that campaign trying to look it up i'm like what is it i lo or jian i i don't i don't know but come on i mean it's stand ton i mean i was not like that i mean now better is better than oh my gosh so meanwhile it's still it's still conditional phrasing in the nfl world right now in the nfl news and information world it's still conditional phrasing that likely to sign expected to sign kirk cousins is going to go to minnesota josh do mel perfect day for him to stolen here from the movie love simon he's a big diehard vikings fan you that it's kirk cousins and it's if it is fully guaranteed that would be groundbreaking it would be unprecedented it would be the first of its kind and that's already being noticed by one particular player in the national football league during the conversation that we had at the end of our one or during the conversation with john sterling can you put the doug baldwin tweet up on the screen doug baldwin tweeted out kirk cousins is a hero for all the young players that will follow after him now we need more players to bet on themselves until fully.
"john sterling" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Right we got that one majuli if he steals a base it's a runaway jury john i'm just trying i'm just trying to leave just trying to leave nuggets you know what i like though i like the fact you're very very stylish i mean your quote unquote big star on the business and you really like all my nonsense great john there are a lot of critics who don't like it by the way i don't know who those people are they don't know who they are either and i don't really care you know everything is worked very well they don't they just don't appreciate good john sterling for home run calls they just don't appreciate it yeah well look what a great thirtieth season for you to be calling it's also looking forward to this so much and you know last year rich one thing happened i just mentioned it on the air during whatever we done four straight exhibition games the six home games the yankees played one against minnesota to against cleveland and three against houston obviously they're sold out i mean that's new york the crowd was just as good as it was in the old stadium you know they said well the new stadiums to bear you know the that was it was the six games worth thrilling the yankees won all six and they go to lot of runs so that's another reason to look forward to the you know in new york the expectations through the roof so is old line by buck showalter the fans don't come to see the yankees play they come to see them win and so.
"john sterling" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA
"But uh lucas duda now uh uh i i like you'll me you're great seamer it it's already written so let's fun but both all right i don't think about that just happens when it happens and sometimes as good sometimes to this and so i'm glad that it's been um a beneficial part of what i do whatever decide to why i've got to know if it's already written give us a little sneak preview what would a duda homerun sound light from john sterling if he was a member of the uh i think i'll declined delay yankees get him i think i'm doing the right thing oh john we don't want to take up any more your time we do appreciate it and we'll talk to rule soon i thank you gentlemen da those john sterling would you think obviously the voice of the yankees great voice dod had got his whole run calls i i'm not a never bid biggest fan of a but i'll tell you what though what it is you do you hear his passion for the yankees you here's passion for baseball and he loves doing it and i can never say i i can ever hate on that because i i love that i love when a home or hometown radiocor tv call is hometown manage should be it should be like that be bonilla when you when you're doing an aol cs or allstar game or something or when you're doing a national telecasts but be your home or when your home or now and i love it i mean i think everybody likes to hometown call except for me because keith hernandez is on the mets you know broadcasting team so gina other than that hey i want to talk a little bit more about the yankees who've o obviously we talked about girardi in them not resigning him you know i look at this yankee team in a how it came about going to the world series and there was a whole lot.
"john sterling" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA
"We are very pleased to have one of the finest broadcasters in all of baseball he's the voice of the new york yankees we're talking about john sterling john it's james the greek and david arsma how are you sir uh well i'm fine everything is good thank you i'm getting everything accomplished but i can't get accomplished during the year so i'm i'm doing a lot of business doing very well yeah we're talking about that earlier my wife is having me run around and it's it's drive me nuts well as one thing you know i'm divorce so i'm single and um you you find you have to do everything for yourself so anyway now i'm getting things done biggest the years is over it was a great run and um i think the keys you know make their fans very happy and probably creative some new pence as well so good dear john before we get into the 80s i'm curious what does one of the greatest voices in baseball do in his downtime what are you doing the offseason for fun well i have four children who is now all teenagers so i go a lot of their games and um and dinners at cetera and uh i have a host of friends for whom i have dinner i i swim every day and i'm a leader for a good life berg i'm very happy with it i live in new jersey and um i live in a a great areas so i'm very lucky.