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"jose urena" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It all started last Sunday with the Marlins, announcing right hander Jose Urena had been scratched from his scheduled start. But despite him in three teammates testing positive, the Marlin still played their game against the Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper. I thought we were all ready to go ready to play way. Weren't really too worried about it, you know. Like I said, we do a great job, a clubhouse and as organization, really? Following protocols and during things the right way, you know, hopefully we're going to stay healthy and free our favor to their credit. No Phillies players have tested positive, but that was just the beginning. On Monday, the Marlins at least 11 players and two coaches who tested positive and their games against the Orioles were cancelled. So, too, was the Phillies game against the Yankees. Out of an abundance of caution, according to MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred didn't seem too worried at this point, telling MLB network I don't put this in the nightmare category. I mean, obviously, we don't want any player to get exposed. It's not a positive thing, but I don't see it as a nightmare. We built the protocols to allow us to continue to play. That's why we have the expanded rosters and we think we can keep people safe and continued on Tuesday, four more Marlins team members test positive, bringing the total Two at least 17 and MLB announces that all Marlon's games are suspended through Sunday. In addition, the remainder of the Yankees Phillies four games, Syriza's postponed after an attendant for the visiting clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park tests positive by Wednesday. Major League Baseball, among other measures, announced it will require every team to travel with a compliance officer. To ensure players and staff properly followed the league's rules. ESPN Alden Gonzalez athletes always operate under this mantra of suck it up Clay through injury play hard show up every day. And when you're talking about a public health crisis when you're talking about Corona virus pandemic in a situation where this virus prints so easily So sensibilities don't apply here. Major League baseball at the very least, and at most, 1/3 party is gonna have to intervene in these in these matters, because if not, this is going to continue to Spider Web this season is going to be compromised and even worse, the pandemic in this country is going to get even worse. By the end of the week. The Marlins were at 20 positive tests in the organization. Cardinals had two players test positive, ultimately leading to their weekend series against the Brewers being canceled by Friday night. Sources telling Jeff Passan that commissioner Rob Manfred told MLB Players Association executive director Tony Clark that if the sport doesn't do a better job of managing the Corona virus, it could shut down for the season. ESPN more to share. So what Rob is saying is we got to fight through this guys, and if we fight through this, it's because you are vigilant and you're not going out and you're not hugging each other after a big hits and high five and all over the place and you are following the protocols, so we're in a very tough spot right now that players are going to test positive. If we're gonna play, we gotta fight through this and you could find a full updated list of how covert positive tests have affected Major League baseball on ESPN dot com. I'm paddle Keefe baseball tonight on ESPN Radio and the ESPN at first pitch between the Yankees and the Red Sox from the Bronx is 18 minutes away, Always follow us on Twitter at MLB on ESPN radio. Well, it's the biggest story in the sport right now, and our major league Baseball insider Jeff Passan has been following it every step of the way. Let's bring him in now on the Shell, Pennzoil Performance Line and Jeff Saturday's game between the Cardinals and Brewer's, the latest to be postponed after one player and multiple members of the Cardinal's staff tested positive for covert 19. So what is the very latest on the situation? Actually, Pat, you've been so busy doing a radio show. You probably did not have a chance to check Twitter in the last couple of minutes. I reported that Sundays. Doubleheader between the Brewers and the Cardinal has also been postponed as well. And it was really no surprise. You know, the I think Major League Baseball was waiting to hear back on the saliva PCR Corona virus tests, which are more sensitive and thus have left likelihood of Returning false positives because they had done point of care testing, which is the rapid test had shown for additional ST Louis Cardinals employees, one player and three staff members. Tested positive for Corona virus. In addition to the original two players that we found a couple of days ago, I think my timeline there is right every day blends together right now. 2020 is the worst rollercoaster of all time. So pardon me if I'm off a little bit here, but point is The Cardinals are the most important team in baseball right now, because if there's an outbreak anywhere the size of what the Marlins have had, I think Rob Manfred's canasta look awfully hard shutting down season, But if they are able to contain it, if they're able to mitigate it, then I think they play on and we see baseball into next week and Hopefully, for everyone's sake a cz long that they could do it with as much health in mind as possible for the rest of the season. To your point there, Jeff. It seems like forever ago you reported yesterday. The meeting between Rob Manfred and Players Association executive director Tony Clark, where the commissioner warned of a shutdown. If the Corona virus isn't better managed, the hay may have already been in the barn there. But what was the tenor of that conversation between Manfred and Clark? It was that threatening path. It was more of a Hey, We need to get this thing right or we are running the risk. Of losing what we have right now, and I think it's you know, I think it's an understandable tack to take and, Ah, ultimately, you know, we have a couple of competing stories here right there. There's the group of people who look at Rob Manfred and say this man can do no, right. You are the commissioner of the sport When you say we need to do this. Isn't that your job? Isn't that your responsibility? In addition marriage, I think when it's all said, and then what happens in baseball is ultimately on Rob Matthew. But in this case, you can't absolve the players even because You know, in both the situations with the Marlins and the Cardinals, it is believed that Breaking of protocols is what ended up getting players very early on with the Marlins, especially and more recently that the Cardinals infected with a virus and you see the infield breaking their phone calls. They retired five spitting that were unmasked there a number of things that baseball players can be doing better. That baseball teams can be enforcing more and that Major league baseball and the Players association can get together to ensure our priorities. And I think that is the phase that we're in right now where everyone recognizes that. What they're doing is extremely difficult to try and pull off and so in order to do it, you almost have to be perfect, and they have fallen short of perfection so far. You've passed on ESPN Major League baseball insider Joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance like you seemed like you were concerned a moment ago when you were talking about the cardinal scenario if the Cardinals scenario is similar to what the Marlins scenario has been, what is the level of concern throughout the league that was shut down this season? The problem is, let's look at what happened with tomorrow. Right? So it was a week ago today that Gary Cooper how Ramirez and Jose a Rayna, I'm sorry we could go tomorrow. Gary Cooper held Ramirez Rayna got it feels like so much longer ago. The three Marlins, In addition to Jorge offer, their catcher tested positive..

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"jose urena" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The folks over at Rocket mortgage. Man. Oh, man. Oh, man, a big shot on the stoop Kovacs holding it down here helping to put this show together. We got a lot coming up over the next four hours. A lot of topics. Been happening. This was a busy weekend. Wow. Players are getting traded. Players are complaining. Major league teams are getting sick. They're coming down with covert outbreaks. This is a wild show, so let me let me give you Ah, quick synopsis of what you can expect over the next four hours. Obviously, NFL training camps will be underway. We will talk about that some of the effects that it's gonna have on upcoming season whether or not we can have an NFL season. Over the weekend. I was on W F A N in New York City, chatting it up with my main man, one of the best full backs in the NFL, one of the best fullbacks in NFL history. Former player Tony. He gave his insight as to what we can expect from the upcoming NFL season that Ah, you know they're going to try and get underway next hour. You don't want to miss it. Mike Tyson. And Roy Jones. Junior. Have a fight set up for September. And so I had to get my main man, Roy Jones, Junior on the line. So next hour Don'tyou move. We will be talking to one of the greatest boxers off all time. Yes, Roy Jones Jr will be here on the J. R sport brief, so we'll chat with Roy about that. His coaching moves. New York Knicks. Have a New York have a new coach? The Phoenix Coyotes. Over in the NHL. They now have no general manager at this point in time. Kyrie Irving is doing something great in the community, as the N BA looks to restart their season later on this week, and Lo Williams You decided to visit an adult establishment. Yeah, He's supposed to be in a bubble. He had to leave the bubble for family issue. And, yeah, he decided to visit a place called Magic City. If you're not familiar with the magic nous of Magic City, I will certainly fill you win. We're going to talk about Lou Williams and whether or not he should be punished. Okay, now the big news. The huge news that we've heard about. And this pretty much started yesterday. This isn't anything that Ah, you know, it was just boom just popping up out of nowhere. This was ah, slow burn. And it started off yesterday with the Marlins, and it started off with this starting pitcher Jose Urena tested positive for Corona virus and he had to be pulled from the game. Unfortunately, this flowed into early this morning. This flowed into this morning when we find out that not only did he test positive But the Marlins, the Miami Marlins have an outbreak. They're damn Selves. The whole team third scene folks, 13 members of the organization have tested positive. That's 11 players. To focus on staff, and they wrapped up this series in Philadelphia. The New York Yankees were supposed to take on the Phillies tonight in Philly. That ain't happening. Marlins, then facing off against the Orioles. That ain't happening. Tomorrow's Yankee game in Philadelphia. We have no idea whether or not that's gonna happen, and it has only taken What? Three days. Thursday Friday Saturday, it hasn't even taken a weekend basically for Major League baseball toe get thrown into a grinder. But by all indications, if you look at what Major league Baseball has been planning what they are planning, it doesn't seem to be. Ah, you know any urgency right now. For any type of shutdown. Now, if I'm robbed me in front if if I'm him right now, if I'm rob man, Fred I'm not shutting things down right now. Give me J. R. You know, I probably have ah, few more bumpers and trying to complete the season. We have to understand here that Rob Manfred job is to make money. If a couple of players are going to get sick. If a couple of folks are going to come down, we will tragedy on. I mean, he's already made it clear that he's made it quite clear that we are only going to play or we're only going to play 60 games this season. Do you need a reminder? Listen right here. The reality is we weren't going to play more than 60 games, no matter how the negotiation with the players went or any other factor. The 60 games is the outside of the envelope, given the realities and, you know, I think this is the one thing that we come back to every single day. We're trying to manage something. That has proven to be unpredictable and unmanageable. I know it has looked particularly pretty and spot, but but having said that, if we can pull off this 60 game season, I think it was the best we were going to do for our fans. No. Okay. I thank you, Rob, man, Fred. Well, the unpredictable did happen. And you knew this was predictable. You just would hope that it didn't take a weekend for your seemed tohave an anti outbreak. And as recently as today, You know, Rob, man, Fred. And of course, the owners and everybody that had a meeting at a Cole of Zoom face, Tom. Whatever these old rich people do, and he basically said, we believe protocols are adequate to keep our players safe. Rob Manfred and the owners. They intend to redouble health directives and reinforce on field behavior prohibitions. Now let me tell you, I basically watch baseball over the course of the weekend, and I don't know how many times I saw a Pete Alonso spit. I don't know how many times I saw guys high fiving the hell out of each other, You know, being pretty damn close, and I have to say to myself, violation violation violation violation. And are we really surprised Because we know baseball players are creatures of habit. We're not going to take away something that they've been doing since they were kids and automatically say Okay, we're going to flip the switch and turn it off. So that's that's not to be expected. But the reality is, if we want to break it down, they're only playing for money. They're not necessarily playing for the sole purpose of our entertainment out of the goodness and gracious nous of their heart. Playing earn a living. They're playing to earn money. That's what it boils down to. And you heard Rob. Man, Fred say we're only going to play 60. That was the best case scenario. Well, now that the quote unquote Unpredictable, predictable thing happened. A team came down with an outbreak. You know, rob man, Fred. Last month he was on the Dan Patrick show, and he was actually asked You know how many games is it going to take? How many days is it going to take for you to a pretty much shut things down. This is what Rob Manfred had to say. You know, I don't have a firm number of days in mind. I think the way that I think about it, Dan is in the vein of competitive integrity right in the 60 game season. If we have a team or two, that's you know, really decimated for with the number of people who have the virus and can't play for, you know any significant period of time. You can have a real impact on the competition. We have to think very, very hard about what we're doing. So we have to think about the level of competition. We have to think about. You know whether or not the Marlins and me my producer stew, and you know some guy from Miami that they pulled off the beach that that's what we have to wait on on. So you know, we know that we won't have a season. You know, it's unfortunate. This is something that was bargained. By Major League Baseball and the Players Association. They did not actually put down Ah, bumper or a set, you know, stake in the ground to say, Hey, if we hit this if we hit this marker,.

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"jose urena" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That's how you get in. Lots to get to today. Got some interviews, which I will tell you about momentarily and you've got your telephone number. Again. How is that weekend? Coming up at 40 past our number one. I've got a reporter for CBS Sports. He makes his jungle debut. Jonathan Jones, senior NFL reporter for CBS Sports. That's coming up in 40 past our number one top of our number to the head football coach at Oregon State. Jonathan Smith. In our number three in front of a program in an NHL analyst for NBC Sports, Eddie Those are your three. All right, Let's start from baseball. To start the Miami Marlins because they had themselves a weekend, didn't they? According to Joel Sherman, the team learned on Saturday night, the three players had tested positive for Cove. It Follow me on this. It gets a bit convoluted, but three guys test positive for covert. An additional round of testing was then given yesterday before their game in Philadelphia. The results from that test would return this morning. Remember that. In the meantime, the Marlins played that game yesterday against the Phillies without four players, including Jose Urena, the starting pitcher. That's in addition to the two outfielders the Miami placed on the injured list earlier this month without any explanation. So let me repeat that part again. The Marlins played yesterday's game against the Phillies, knowing that they had been in a clubhouse with multiple players who had tested positive. Remember that as well mortared apart multiple positive tests, and they went ahead with the game, according to Joel Sherman, the Marlins mezuzah team and they decided to play. Miguel RoHaas, one of the team leaders said quote there was never a thought that we would not play. Unquote. And he made that point again, saying Not playing was quote, never our mentality. So the players were saying, and we know it's it risk here. We want to go. Marlins manager Don Mattingly added. This never really considered not playing. From my standpoint, we're taking risk every day. Every day. We're taking risks, so that's what the players all around the league or doing. You travel all the time? No started with this road trip traveling. You're in plain jer and buses here in different hotels. It's the risk that that we take, and I think we just have to go all way back to Michael Hill told us early on, and we're gonna have to be Just well, we're gonna have to be flexible. We're going to be patient we're going to do with a lot tried to set ourselves up to deal with a lot in different scenarios. So we're getting tested early. Hopefully, we're not getting tested later Work. Also, we could pass his test. All right, then. So not only did they decide to play that game They somehow came from down for nothing to win that game, going away 11 6 So they come from four runs down on the road, missing four guys. Normally, that would be the story, but not today, because after the game, the team made the decision that instead of flying to Miami last night, they would delay the flight until today. Meaning then they would arrive only a few hours before the home opener against Baltimore tonight. Mattingly added. Quote. We were more comfortable flying is a group later. We're talking about these guys traveling back home to their families and their kids. And it's the reason we want to be safe and quote. Then the players and I mention this was kind of convoluted, But the players who tested positive will be left in Philadelphia for the quarantine. But the plan was for the rest of the team to fly home to Miami today and then play tonight. And as another reminder, Florida is a covert hot spot. Come in California native, some not pointing the finger. I'm just pointing out something obvious. Florida is a covert hot spot. So the team that already had four positive tests in the last few days it's hopping on a plane. And flying right into a hot spot. And then came this tweet from Jeff Passan. Before I read this. Remember when I mentioned that the results from yesterday's Kobe tests would be coming back today, right? Well, they're back. And they're bad. Here's the tweet from Pasin quote, eight more players and two coaches with the Miami Marlins. He tested positive for cocaine, 19 as an outbreak has spread throughout their clubhouse and brought the total of cases in recent days to at least 14. Sources familiar with the situation. Tell me and Jesse Rogers and tweet Eight more players to more coaches. I mean, are you kidding me? 14 positive tests from the Marlins in the last few days that we know about Are you serious? He was another tweet from passing quote. The Marlins home opener against Baltimore tonight has been cancelled. Sources tell ESPN as the team remains in Philadelphia and continues to undergo testing, end quote. Not that it matters. But yes, Canceling tonight's game is a pretty damn good idea. In fact, it's the most obvious idea ever. And what do you know? Yankees Phillies have also been canceled. So it raises the following question. Why the hell was a team with four known positive tests playing yesterday? It's a team that has its home base in a covert hot spot. That spent a number of hours together on a bus in Atlanta last week, which is a perfect situation for spreading the virus, and now they've got a full blown outbreak in their clubhouse. Yet they went ahead and they played a baseball game. Then, in so doing, they gave the Phillies plenty of opportunities to be exposed to the virus and the umpires and anybody else who was on the field at that point. And there is now a potential ripple effect. They would impact the Orioles, who was supposed to play Miami tonight and the Yankees, who were supposed to play the Phillies tonight. In other words, How the hell does that happen? Seriously. How the hell does that happen? Wasn't this exactly the kind of scenario that the league and the players and Associated doctors should have been preparing for? And thinking about for the past four months. The hell have they been doing for the past four months? And yet another update from passing this one a little bit better quote, updating the Miami Marlins outbreak the total number of infected players 11 off the 33 who have been traveling with the team and two coaches, sources tell ESPN So it's only 13 players and coaches, not 14 as originally thought. In that case may as well play tonight's game, right? It's not as bad as we thought. Yeah. I mean, if for positive tests weren't enough to cancel a game than 13 should be either, right? You know, I'm not serious. We're talking about 1/3 of the players into coach's 33% of the Marlins are positive right now 33% that we know off. And you couldn't even get out of the first weekend without a team playing on the road during an outbreak and exposing who knows how many people to the virus didn't even make it out of the first weekend. And I want to ask one more time. How do you not have a plan for a moment like that? Because it sure seems like that would be a moment. You might have a plan for. You know the moment where you have a team with four positive tests. That would be a moment you should plan for A source told the athletic. Those tests were not enough for either major league baseball or the club itself to give serious consideration to postponing this game and quote I mean that That's just the one thing that I cannot get my head around. There's got to be another explanation, right? I have to be missing something here, right? How does the league not have a policy that cancels a game involving a team with four positive tests in the clubhouse? Because going ahead, implying that game was one of the dumbest moves ever. Don't take my.

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"jose urena" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Momentarily and you've got your telephone number. Again. How is that weekend? Coming up at 40 past our number one. I've got a reporter for CBS Sports. He makes his jungle debut. Jonathan Jones, senior NFL reporter for CBS Sports. That's coming up in 40 past our number one top of our number to the head football coach at Oregon State. Jonathan Smith. In our number three in front of a program in an NHL analyst for NBC, Sports Eddie or Jack, Those are your three. All right, Let's start with some baseball. Start the Miami Marlins because they had themselves a weekend didn't according to Joel Sherman, the team learned on Saturday night, the three players had tested positive for Cove. It Follow me on this to get a bit convoluted, But three guys test positive for Cove it. An additional round of testing was then given yesterday before their game in Philadelphia. The results from that test would return this morning. Remember that? In the meantime, the Marlins played that game yesterday against the Phillies without four players, including Jose Urena, the starting pitcher. That's in addition to the two outfielders the Miami placed on the injured list earlier this month without any explanation, So let me repeat that part again. The Moreland's played yesterday's game against the Phillies, knowing that they had been in a clubhouse with multiple players who had tested positive. Remember that as well mortared apart multiple positive tests, and they went ahead with the game. According to Joel Sherman, the Marlins medicine team and they decided to play. Miguel RoHaas, one of the team leaders said quote There was never a thought that we would not play. Unquote, and he made that point again, saying Not playing was quote, never our mentality. So the players were saying, and we know it's it risk here. We want to go. Marlins manager Don Mattingly added, This never really considered not playing. From my standpoint, we're taking risk every day. Every day. We're taking risks. So that's what the players all around the league or doing. You travel all the time. You know, started with this road trip traveling, you're in planes and buses. You're in different hotels. It's a risk. That that we take, and I think we just have to go all way back to Michael Hill told us early on, and we're gonna have to be adjustable. We're gonna have to be flexible. We're going to be patient we're going to do with a lot tried to set ourselves up to deal with a lot in different scenarios. So we're getting tested early. Hopefully, we're not getting tested later Work off passed his test. All right, then. So not only did they decide to play that game They somehow came from down for nothing to win that game, going away 11 6 So they come from four runs down on the road, missing four guys. Normally, that would be the story, but not today, because after the game, the team made the decision that instead of flying to Miami last night, they would delay the flight until today. Meaning then they would arrive only a few hours before the home opener against Baltimore tonight. Mattingly added. Quote. We were more comfortable flying is a group later. We're talking about these guys traveling back home to their families and their kids. And it's the reason we want to be safe and quote. Then the players and I mention this was kind of convoluted, But the players who tested positive will be left in Philadelphia for the quarantine. But the plan was for the rest of the team to fly home to Miami today and then play tonight. And as another reminder, Florida is a covert hot spot, becoming California native somewhat pointing the finger? I'm just pointing out something obvious. Florida is a covert hot spot. So the team that already had four positive tests in the last few days it's hopping on a plane and flying right into a hot spot. And then came this tweet from Jeff Passan before I read this. Remember when I mentioned that the results from yesterday's Kobe tests would be coming back today, right? Well, they're back. And they're bad. Here's the tweet from Pasin quote. Eight more players and two coaches with the Miami Marlins have tested positive for cocaine, 19 as an outbreak has spread throughout their clubhouse and brought the total of cases in recent days to at least 14. Sources familiar with the situation. Tell me and Jesse Rogers and tweet eight more players to more coaches. I mean, are you kidding me? 14. Positive tests from the Marlins in the last few days that we know about you serious. Here's another tweet from passing quote. The Marlins home opener against Baltimore tonight has been cancelled. Sources tell ESPN as the team remains in Philadelphia and continues to undergo testing, end quote. Not that it matters. Good. Yes, Canceling. Tonight's game is a pretty damn good idea. In fact, it's the most obvious idea ever. And what do you know? Yankees Phillies have also been canceled. So it raises the following question. Why the hell was a team with four known positive tests playing yesterday? It's a team that has its home base in a covert hot spot. That spent a number of hours together on a bus in Atlanta last week, which is a perfect situation for spreading the virus, and now they've got a full blown outbreak in their clubhouse. Yet they went ahead and they played a baseball game and then in so doing, they gave the Phillies plenty of opportunities to be exposed to the virus. And the umpires and anybody else who was on the field at that point. And there is now a potential ripple effect there would impact the Orioles, who was supposed to play Miami tonight and the Yankees, who were supposed to play the Phillies tonight. In other words, How the hell does that happen? Seriously, How the hell does that happen? Wasn't this exactly the kind of scenario that the league and the players and Associated Doctors should have been preparing for? And thinking about for the past four months. What the hell have they been doing for the past four months? And yet another update from passing this one a little bit better quote, updating the Miami Marlins outbreak. The total number of infected players is 11 off the 33 who have been traveling with the team and two coaches, sources tell ESPN So it's only 13 players and coaches, not 14 as originally thought. In that case may as well play tonight's game, right? It's not as bad as we thought. Yeah. I mean, if for positive tests weren't enough to cancel a game than 13 should be either, right? You know, I'm not serious. We're talking about 1/3 of the players. And two coaches. 33% of the Marlins are positive right now 33% that we know of. And you couldn't even get out of the first weekend without a team playing on the road during an outbreak and exposing who knows how many people to the virus didn't even make it out of the first weekend. And I want to ask one more time. How do you not have a plan for a moment like that? Because it sure seems like that would be a moment. You might have a plan for. You know the moment where you have a team with four positive tests. That would be a moment you should plan for A source told the athletic. Those tests were not enough for either major league baseball or the club itself to give serious consideration to postponing this game, end quote. I mean that That's just the one thing that I cannot get my head around. There's got to be another explanation, right? I have to be missing something here, right? How does the league not have a policy that cancels a game involving a team with four positive tests in the clubhouse? Because going ahead, implying that game was one of the dumbest moves ever..

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"jose urena" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on WSB-AM

"After his wife gets sick all soft, tells Channel two action news. He and his wife knew her role is an O. B g Y n doctor at Emory put her at risk for the Corona virus since the beginning of the pandemic since she works every day in the hospital, and she's delivering babies. You know they can't shut that Down the baby's keep coming, No matter what's going on in the world also says they both of mild symptoms. He's challenging Republican Senator David We're due in November. Over the weekend, Purdue tweeted his well wishes for all soft and his wife, Cheryl Castro, 95.5. WSB another fall. Tradition falls to Corona virus. Helen cancels this year's 50th anniversary October Fest celebration. The Chamber of Commerce says it could not safely proceed given the events anticipated. Crowds and line statement by the chamber says the experience would fall short that hopes to celebrate next year. Ellen welcomes visitors to enjoy outdoor dining and activities for Marlins Players Test positive for Corona virus while in Philadelphia One reportedly is starting pitcher Jose Urena, who had to be scratched Sunday is the sort of thing Back in torpedo baseball season. If there's an outbreak that goes beyond four players, ESPN is Jeff Percent, says the Phillies. Bryce Harper ran the bases with a face mask because some Marlins players were still waiting for their covert test results. The brazen Tampa Bay tonight after spending the weekend golfing at his New Jersey resort, president, Trump says he is too busy focusing on the pandemic to throw out the first pitch at a Yankees game next month in New York, the president says We'll do it another time. He may not want to face players kneeling before or during the national anthem. He's tweeted. The game is Over for him. Once that happened. Personal hygiene appears to take a hit during the pandemic, a pungent side effect of the corona virus pandemic and the social distancing and telecommuting that it's inspired. Unilever, the parent of products like Ivory Soap and Acts, says sales of deodorant are in a funk, ABC, Jim Ryan says On the.

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"jose urena" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"For a little bit longer. On this Sunday evening. For those of you who don't know Ashley. She's new to ESPN and the hope and the host of the replay on Quimby. Can you kind of give us like a quick rundown of what you've been doing is to know you just started. ESPN during quarantine is potentially the worst possible time to start a new job. Have you been settling in? How's the show going? What is the replay? Yeah, and it was like just starting a new job like that's that's a challenge in itself, but moving across the country. E from Manhattan Beach, California all the way out here to Bristol, Connecticut. It's been quite a change, but obviously dream come true for so many of us that come to work here. The replay is a cool like 5 to 10 minute episode type Show. It's on the quippy APP, which Jeffrey Katzenberg created it launched early April. Been a lot of fun, but it's kind of like a little mini SportsCenter with my buddy Nobile and I, who also works on SportsCenter. And then when sports comes back, I'll be doing a lot of stuff on TV. So excited for that day. When that happened. I cannot come soon enough. But welcome to the ESPN family, ESPN radio family. We Love our late nights here on Game night on Sunday nights. These are some of my favorite shows to host, especially when we're talking about strip clubs. Lou Williams has been in a strip club cuisine, which we're going to get into. For those of you who don't know actually also has a Wikipedia page, which our producer Chris Mitchell pointed out earlier, So we know that happened like how did someone make that for You like Is that really me? When you find out someone made it for you, and that's what I'm thinking, like. Was it my mom like Was it like my best friend? Or was it like a creepy stranger that I will never meet? I don't know. But thanks to whoever did it, I appreciate it extra plug. I mean, it's all the stuff accurate on it. That's the question. Then I just looked it up tonight, and I read through it and We pretty much for the most part like everything was was there. It's funny. It like news. Everything about my family, which I found a little strange, But so maybe it is my mom who knows Well. Whoever it is, we're glad you brought Ashley to us here at ESPN. I'm going to make sure that I read up on that next time your host together. I can come up with some obscure thing about your childhood and then Wikipedia and then I got to create yours. I think that's assignment because we found out I mean, well years ago is our producers back in Bristol, where Looking through your Wikipedia page and you find out that there's not one for me. And I did know that there is one for a Courtney Cronin, who is a comedian, but that's right. Kidding. Can't take my own horn like that. Chris, what did you find me? It was a picture of me from Indiana Days a reporter and I had blonde hair. That sounds. It's some some website that, says Courtney Crowning, Wicky Age. Bio husband married. Okay, well, those last two are judging distance, so I hope it has a big end slash a next to it. But you know more power. Tio. It does say, marriage wedding husband on the bottom. It says no confirmed information on this day, she might know my private life Private. That's what I do. Do I have a husband? Who we know is that on the Internet I'm gonna have that will update your witness. Let me know. Is he out there? And I just don't know the Internet. Never now. ESPN radio is presented by Progressive insurance drivers who saved with progressive save over $750 on average, called her clit today and find out if we could save you hundreds on your car insurance, so Major League Baseball is back. Ashley's Dodgers are currently think still playing. They are game Pien and ESPN radio to one giants believe but actually was just saying so. Keep an eye out for that. But besides opening weekend being, I think a pretty good success across baseball. Major League baseball might be making the NFL a little nervous, so we know that the Miami Marlins We're preparing to wrap up the season visit with Philadelphia and then returning to South Florida, but they've got an issue here with Cove in 19. At least four Marlins players three position players in a picture. They're gonna be unavailable in the coming days. And the presumption is the absences air related to positive test for the Corona virus. So one of those players Jose Urena was scheduled. We had to start on Sunday, and he got scratched that he's one of the players tested positive. So after Sunday night's game, Marlins Now have to host the Orioles in their season opener at home on Monday night, but they're going to fly back on Monday from Philadelphia, and those four players will remain in quarantine. So this brings up a much bigger question here, Ashley About the biggest, bigger problem that teams are going to face throughout this truncated 60 game season. But what's gonna happen going forward when we see these rapid fire cases kind of pop up? You know, in rapid succession like we said, like, from one team. What if it becomes more than four players becomes eight? What if it becomes half of your line up? And I think when you take a look at a place like Miami, where Don Mattingly Marlins manager said that he'd be feels more comfortable being at home while home in in your home stadium is also in the place that has the second biggest outbreak in Florida right now in Miami, So they're going to fly back tomorrow morning, which is kind of unheard of to begin with flying back and then you have a game at night and granted. You know they're athletes. They're used to being in these types of crazy, hectic travel environments, but never during a pandemic. That's the thing I think that NFL teams as they begin to gear up for their season in heck, we got to get their training camp first, but I think that this should definitely have other leagues like the NFL that are not in this bubble environment like the N B. A. W N B like soccer. I think it should have him on notice. I think what's so funny was at the really beginning of this pandemic. It was about the time when baseball was spring training was kind of in the middle of that time, and then Here was about three weeks until MLB season was about to start and everyone was panicking. What do we do? How do we get baseball to be played? That was the first order of business. Really? And the MLB came up with this plan to do a bubble, and I'll never forget. I think it was Jet Jeff Passan that came out with this article. Very detailed, incredible article about an MLB bubble plan. By myself, laughed at it and was like there is no way you're going to put these players within a controlled environment in that way, and they're going to comply and their families. They're going to be okay with it. And then what about the people with health issues? What about the people with pregnant wives and Children? So then, the the end a decided to steal that plan, and it's been wildly successful. They have zero cases of Covad right now. But then the MLB decided, you know, and we talked about this earlier with our producer Chris. There's no way Major league Baseball could have done it in the way N BA did it because their teams are bigger. There's much greater staff, the season's going to be a 60 game season where the N B a just really had to finish playoffs. It really wasn't possible. But I think what you're seeing is that in order for sports to be successful and tow have zero Covad positive cases You have to be in a cove. It controlled environment like a bubble in order to move forward and in order to play games, and baseball cannot do that. I mean, I'm watching the Dodgers Giants game right now, and I just watch the left fielder. Slam into the fence, the fence just open to the bullpen, and then some of the guys in the bullpen, then came to close it. But there are so many ridiculous rules in baseball right now, These guys aren't even able to chew dip there, not even able to spit seeds. They can't come within six feet of each other..

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"jose urena" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I'm also going to mixing coming up next. They're smart people that are running organizations in the NFL. And sometimes those smart people make moves and they don't make sense. So gets me thinking. Why would the Seattle Seahawks give up two first round picks? For a prima donna cry baby Safety who admittedly is really good. But I don't think he changes their football team that much. I'll get to the trade of Jamal Adam's coming up right now. Let's get updated on everything going on in the world of sports. Here's Peter Schwartz. Sports flash. All right, Gresh couple of Sunday night Baseball games today in the late game there in the bottom of the fourth Giants and Dodgers are tied at one earlier tonight, the Braves pounded the Mets 14 to 1 dance We Swanson a homer in five R B. I Elsewhere the trap Blue Jays or run a top of the tent, take five for a lead on the res. But in the bottom of the 10th Swings and lines went down the right field line for a base hit all the way to the corner. Rounding third Smith, He scores the tying run Martinez, the third being waved. He's on his way digging for the plate. Throw. Not a time raise win 6 to 5 in 10 innings. Dave Welles on Ray's radio elsewhere. Diamondback speak the Padres for three. Cubs and Brewers one. Rocky's over the Rangers five to A six Angels for the Pirates beat the Cardinals Fiveone Mariner seven Astro six, The twin speed up on the White Sox. 14 to Nelson Cruz to homer seven R B I Indian speed the Royals dying Tio Orioles top. The Red Sox 74 Tigers three Reds Tio Yankees beat the Nationals 32 of the Marlins over the Phillies 11 6 according to the Houston Chronicle. Astros ace Justin Verlander will miss the rest of the season with an elbow injury. Manager Dusty Baker would not confirm that but did report that Verlander is on the shelf. We know it's the forearm stream. Uh, no. He's being seen by the doctor, so probably shut down for a couple weeks. There will see Verlander tweeted. The Houston Chronicle reporter is not accurate. He's hoping with some rest, it'll heal. He'll be able to return soon for Marlins, including their schedule Sunday starter Jose Urena tested positive for the Corona virus. From the NFL. According to yes begin. NFL players who contracted covert 19 through high risk activity away from team facilities could face team discipline. It could even be rest of not being paid. Golf. Michael Thompson.

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"jose urena" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Baseball first pitch comes your way. Just about 45 minutes coming up. Next, we'll tell you, which National League teams could benefit the most. With the addition of the Universal D. H this year. I want to go to the shell Pennzoil before my time. Welcome in a former Big League Big League gentle manager, Jim Boat and also now an analyst with CBS Sports Age to a writer for the athletic coast of serious sex down Major League Baseball and Jim Let's start with the news of the day, according to reports from journalist Robert Murray, confirmed by ESPN for members of the Miami Marlins players, including today's scheduled starter, Jose Urena tested positive for the Corona virus. Jim. What impact? Is this going? Tohave on baseball moving forward. Well, obviously, this is the biggest nightmare. What? You don't want to have happen. You don't want to be in a situation where one particular club all of a sudden gets hit. With a lot of its players, and you've got potentially four starters that just before game time, unfortunately, test positive, I think, you know, we've talked all along that Biggest story line of 2020. Baseball season is going to be the grown a virus in Cove in 19 and that's not going to change that's going to continually almost on a daily basis, be part of Of what the season is all about. And obviously you know what you don't want is on the same team multiple players going down at the same time, and then the problem is when one person test positive because you're with that. Person all the time. You know very easy per teammates to get it so nothing, not what we want to see. And then then it becomes, you know, how did how did you contract it? Obviously, this is a team that's been in Atlanta eyes in Philadelphia now. And so the question is. Did they get this? You know a while ago while they were in Florida still, or is it something they got travelling, you know, on a plane or on a bus or a hotel? I mean, it's really hard to identify, but Certainly it's unfortunate to hear, of course, and unfortunately, I think Kevin is going to be part of baseball the rest of the year as a former general manager. You guys have a tough job anyway of constantly finding talent, keeping an eye on it. Who's going to be on your roster? How do you then add this into the equation off? It's not just a hammy for a guy. It's a quarantine for all of this, and it may happen in the blink of an eye. And that's why you have you know we have a 60 player pool and you've got to be prepared and you've got to be prepared for it happening on a regular basis and to your star players. And I think the most important part in the leadership positions that you're referring to when I was a G M is the communication is so important from the president to the GM to the manager to the coaching staff with the players. To make sure that everybody away from the ballpark is doing the right thing and following the protocols, because it's very easy to contract this virus in what you contracted Very easily obviously spread. You know, I talked to Theo Epstein, the president of Cubs earlier today, and, you know, he was telling me the importance of him direct communication, and his words were relentless. You have to be relentless in communicating to the players and the organisation every single day to make sure that there's not a mistake, but this is something that You know you've got a control and yet you can't control it only control in the players with. You can't control in the players, not with you. But his word. Relentless, really stood out to me because that's what it's gonna have to be for. Everyone involved. Everyone. Everyone's got a look at this. If you're a player you got out for the best of your teammates and for your organization. You've got to try to do the right thing. And even though you're not in a bubble like the N ba, you need to act like you're in a bubble all the time. If you want this to work, Jimbo and former Major League baseball, gentle manager now and MLB analyst and a writer for the athletic, also for CBS Sports. H Q. Talk show host in Syria Sex and MLB channel Joining us here on baseball tonight presented by Navy Federal Credit Union Jim if we do make it through the End of the season. We're going to have a expanded postseason. Just add another layer to this unique year. What kind of What is that element ad for this year? I think it adds quite a bit and if in running 28 of the 30 teams unexcited if I'm running the Yankees and Dodgers, maybe not as much because I think they're the two best teams in the game, and I wouldn't want to play a two out of three right and you know and possibly get eliminated, but the other 2018 I'm thrilled because I've got a legitimate shot now to get into the postseason. And if I missed out by a game and I finish second place come in, and and even if I'm not first or second, if I'm good enough I could still get in is a wild card. So the excitement is there. ESPN is going to cover seven of the eight first round game seven of the eight. I mean, it's going to be so exciting. We're going to record breaking ratings. Because it's just there's nothing better than a short series with everything on the line, and we have so many really good young team that we normally wouldn't get to see in the postseason. You know, we talked about surprise teams every year. Seems like the Padres, the white socks, the red the Blue Jays, You know, normally over 162 games, they would be sitting there on October. Now they all have a shot, you know, like trout probably wouldn't have had a shot at 162 game schedule, with 10 teams being in another 16 teams. Now he's got a shot to get in, right. So the race is going to be fun. The last two weeks of September And then when ESPN starts covering all these post easy games, let me tell you the world's gonna stop. They're going to stop to watch all these games on this thing, And I'm gonna be one. By the way. If you look at the standings entering play today, everyone is one and one with the exception ofthe three teams. I mean, so we talking balance and then you add the 60 game equation of that Jimbo do joining us here. On baseball tonight, Jim Appreciate it. Great stuff. I hope we're talking again at some point down the line, and that means we're still playing baseball. So appreciated my friend that is Jim Bowen and former gentle manager and now an analyst with Basic Major League Baseball. Serious Exam. CBS Sports H Q. A unique season. Indeed, First Pet's Braves in the Mets and sudden night baseball. Comes your way. Just about 40 minutes from now. One of the intriguing additions this year is the Universal designated hitter. The American League's had it forever than actually has never had a D H so which enough Anil teams could benefit the most from the additional bat in the lineup. Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs Swinging High Fly ball right center field home run for Schwarber. The bulky Cubs right handed hitter. Set career highs last season with 38 home runs..

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"jose urena" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"jose urena" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Men chose the Braves on Sunday night Baseball next on ESPN radio. Bring any absolutely made a brilliant catch. Now, here's Kevin Winter. Three days it is finally built a little normal. There has been live sports on your television or radio from one of the four major professional leagues in North America. Thursday night, Major League baseball opening 60 games sprint with the keys in the Nationals and the Dodgers and Giants. And what did you know it in the sixth inning of game? A lot of the 2020 season and rain rain a lot. What else would you expect? He's got the wind. The good news is ever since there has been an awful lot of baseball played tonight, two of the game's best young stars. To share the stage. It's Ron Look junior Junior and the Atlanta Braves taking on Pete Alonso in the New York Mets that looking into our studios baseball tonight, presented by Navy Federal Credit Union here on ESPN Radio and the ESPN APP I'm Kevin Winter Baseball Tonight, and Navy Federal Credit Union, probably serving members of the armed forces, the D. O D veterans and their families. Our members are the mission learn more at Navy federal dot or we'll get to the big news of the day surrounding the Florida Marlins of the Miami Marlins, rather and four players reportedly testing positive for the Corona virus. Including today's starter, Jose Urena coming up, But we are trying to remain positive in a year where good news it hasn't happened that often. Much of the Braves wrap up their three game series from City Field tonight after the Mets won the season opener Friday behind Jacob deGrom. The Braves rallied to win yesterday in extra innings after tying the game with a home run by our Marcel Ozuna.

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"jose urena" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jose urena" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"An incredible night tonight and we've already heard manager Craig Counsell refer to that hit as the biggest hit of the game had another big hit coming up just a moment later with yes Monte Grande doll at the plate the two rondo all hammers on. see you later. buy yachts Monte Grande all. over the call. and over these seeds into the patio welcome home yeah I was eight three rulers. Kyle Keller within coming to pitch for the Marlins and he would finish off the any bottom of the inning again the Marlins make noise stop me if you've heard this one before Marlins it would it loaded the bases they would do that against J. Jackson who got the first two out pretty quickly but couldn't get that third out before the bases were loaded so rate black comes in to face off against Miguel Ross two balls two strikes the patch struck out swinging blown away with a fastball at ninety seven up around the letters the Marlins and leave the bases loaded for a fourth time in this game. yeah they just left the room as they say a small village it was a lot of runners left on for the Marlins developing throughout this game was transgression coming up being just a whole not run short of hitting for the cycle he would get one more at bat against Jose Urena in the ninth inning one of one transgression the two run triple in the seventh broke this game opened his phone off the end of the bat this might fall. the five hit game for transgression what a night for the brewers rookie. it doesn't get the cycle one five at night you'll take it bottom of the ninth new pitcher Jake Fauria for the brewers first battery faces Jorge Alfaro he was single a lot of pitch moved him to second but aside decals would strike out Herald Ramirez would strike out and that would bring up John birdie three to pitch ground ball towards third Shaw I'll pull that fires differs.

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Benches clear after Jose Urena hits Ronald Acuna

Frank Beckmann

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Benches clear after Jose Urena hits Ronald Acuna

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