19 Burst results for "Kenny Maine"

"kenny mayne" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Opposite one call. That's all sports desk. Here's Greg Matt sick. Welcome back to the practice field. Organized team activities wrapped it up in onto the first day of on field work for the Packers. Three of the four teams quarterbacks are in Green Bay, Jordan. Love Kurt. Ben Curtain, Blake Bortles, Aaron Rodgers remains thousands of miles away. Don't know singing Carrie Okey or something. Never mind about the draft pick, pick and Jordan. I love George. He's a great kid. I love coaching staff love my teammates. You know, I love the fan base and Green Bay is incredible, Incredible 16 years. It's just kind of a bout of philosophy. It's about character. It's about culture. It's about Doing things the right way. Rogers, a guest of Kenny Mayne's on ESPN SportsCenter, noticeable omission from the Rogers Love Fest list. Any member of the front office, specifically GM Brian Good. Constantine president Mark Murphy. Brewers are one game above 504. No this season against the Padres. The team with the best record in baseball. Milwaukee has scored four runs arm or in five straight games. Corbin Burns expects the trend to continue tonight. I think this last series against the Reds was big for us is a team obviously, C C l E swinging it and You're Jackie starting the ball Well, some of these guys are starting to come around, and I think it's just a matter of time before Game three. And that was just an absolute blowout win. Yeah, last night. I mean, a 46 point first quarter, you're talking about a tone setter. I've never got below 20. The Bucks leading the entire second half, barely below 30. Pretty impressive performance. You may not see that again, though. I do believe the Bucks will win this Syriza's But, hey, why win? Great. Whether it's a nail biter. Blow out, the bucks were up 20 that first quarter, I think was the best first quarter of basketball. I've seen this bucks team ever play during the honest era. It was totally dominant at both ends of the floor. Good time for it. To be sure, it's 3 17 at WTMJ. The three at three is up next. We want to help your nonprofit. Keep doing.

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Will Aaron Rodgers finish his career in Green Bay?

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Will Aaron Rodgers finish his career in Green Bay?

"Good morning. Thanks for joining us. Get right to it when it comes to aaron rodgers and that whole story. So is it likely that aaron rodgers finishes his career in green bay. Or how likely is it. I would say more likely than not. He won't again. You just look at it and look how these quarterback situations have played out. Did peyton manning finish indianapolis. No tom brady finish in new england. No did the green bay packers draft a quarterback in the first round last year. Not only do they draft quarterback in the first round last year but they traded up to draft a quarterback in the first round last year and orlando roger didn't response. That was go out and win the mvp this year but again there are issues between the two sides and you heard him address it after they lost to tampa in the playoffs. And you heard address it with kenny. Mayne on sportscenter over the weekend. He certainly didn't sound like a guy who was committed to finishing his career. Green bay and. I don't think that it is all decision. That also is the decision of the organization that i emphasize traded up to go get a quarterback in the first round last year. No i don't think finish

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Thinking. Patients can be very impatient. I want stuff to happen. When I wanted to happen. Not any total belligerent way. Like yelling at people 'cause the more. You know, I I'm sometimes mystified. Why others can't see it my way. So I guess that's a lack of patience right right for sure. Number ten. What three words would you most hope that people would use to describe you not necessarily a phrase, but the three words? Oh, yeah. For sure. He has a heart. There's sort of what you say though. No, I mean, you know, full of heart. What for you know, like like crime like what other people like, what do you think? That's something. I definitely got from my dad. He was pretty simple. You know, worked regular jobs at the airport. You know, not somebody that you know, what I mean like doesn't have a claim for what he did. Or what he was. But everybody who ever talked about him just spoke about his goodness. You know, and he always was big on inclusion and growing up. You know, we he worked with every color and every kind at the airport, and we'd have these parties, and it was a thing very early in our life. You know to look, you know, look at your fellow man equally. You know, not not make judgments, so I I love that. I had that foundation from my parents that I think has been passed to my kids as well. Yeah. Voters question who should I have on the podcast who's interesting that I should talk to. The wall. I have not that's a good one. Very is interesting. I've used some of his emails as sportscenter exclamations. No like that like little things. Yeah. Well, like like, all right him, whatever I wrote him when he writes back. He's kind of doing it for sickly. But also there's insanity about it. He's like I have no business being on the same planet with your majesty. And your goodness. You're kinda like I'm not doing a good again. But one of you just finished with thank you for everything. Thank you for my life. So sometimes on a big shot like somebody knows a half court shot. Just scream. Thank you from a life. We had a little program going when I was going back to sports center, and I hadn't done it for a long time. I was telling friends and my daughter's Gretchen thought, you know, I'll pay twenty dollars for any really good line that I can employ on sportscenter. Yeah. That's a great idea. I tried. I tried to tell Bill that I owed him money. And he said give it to a good cause he wouldn't take. That's great. Yeah. I'm going to have to have him. I'm so sad. We didn't have enough time to get into politics. We'll have to do that next time. Yeah. It's well we can extend we're gonna have stoppage-time. No. We can't. Thanks, kenny. I appreciate it out. It was fun. And you were interesting. Thank you as we're you. And that's the goal. Oh. And another thing this week's. That's what she read comes from one of my favorite columnists in Chicago, Heidi Stevens, who writes a com called balancing act, and she writes about all sorts of stuff. And in this case, she wrote about a topic that I had a connection to Nora Leonard. Who is the sixteen year old daughter of Kelly? Leonard a longtime executive at the second city whose podcast I had been on was recently diagnosed with liver cancer that has since spread to her lungs, and as this sixteen year old, you know, fights these Ellis's and get support all over the entertainment industry as Kelly and his wife continue to get everybody from Hillary Clinton to Jane Lynch to Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey to to have signs that say team Nora and support her Kelly has been sharing on the carrying bridge site for the hospital updates about. His daughter, and he also recently discovered that he has a rare heart condition that has a leaky valve in an enlarged a Orta, and eventually is gonna need surgery. It's not necessary right now..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"What a nice number three. If you could switch lives with anyone for a day. Who would it be? Oh the drone. That's a float airplane landing on lake Washington. Beautiful. I'm going to take president of the United States. Nice. Excellent. Would you like to explain why? I would do a good job. Number four. What's the most scared? You've ever been. Oh. There's a couple but last summer in Greece. Close to thinking there's a chance that might not get out of the water. Oh, really little panic. Yeah. It was bad. I'm a decent swimmer grew up on a lake live. You know, like not not horribly out of shape. Still I think I just kind of had a little panic attack. I suck some salt water in should've swam back to the boat instead of trying to make the shore next thing, you know, a giant ferry sends these wakes and just starting thrashing me. I'm like banging off rocks. I'm still I still wear the scars. I still bear the scars from that incident. Terry. That's really scary. That's just question. Four to face death already. Yeah. You already faced death. It gets worse from here on number five. The most embarrassed you've ever been. Uh-huh. Countless. Gosh. Who do a couple? Yeah. Go for it. Sure. Ninety five Mariners fifteen inning game Jim Lehrer. It's it's a Homer. Mariners fall. Oh to they'd go back and win. Right. They'd take down the playoff. Remember, the Edgar Martinez hall of fame. But I asked there's like twenty five, you know, dorky sports reporters can be period. Yes, admitted right? Yes. Of course, like twenty five dorky sports reporters. I'm sure some great people. And I decided to as Randy Johnson. Did you think about getting up to warm up? I thought it legitimate question. The games in the fifteenth inning. You know, you're going to go down. Oh to I know he's starting soon as either the next game. But the one after and he just looked at me like I was the biggest idiot ever like this such a stupid or whatever he said. And it ended the little miniature press conference like literally twenty five other people lost all their chance of getting more questions. My question because I think he did come in and another ridiculous. You know, like SAM's actually bringing a starter. What's another horrible? I think getting kicked up dancing hurt that was right up there. But you know, it was a TV shows. You can't be that upset about it. He'll look at another one. I know what it was really on my sportscasting in Seattle. We're doing the west regions where held in Seattle, and we didn't have IFP this little thing in your ear where the director producer conductive. We should have got him MAURICE with cue cards on on the floor. So there's no communication and they rolled the wrong tape, and they didn't mail out of it. They just stayed with the wrong tape. And I got the wrong note. I was it was it was it was like boom goes the dynamite. It was it was I would like to find that clip. Yeah. Not enough detail to find it. Unfortunately, number six, what would you consider your biggest failure? God what a Downer. This thing is it goes up again, don't worry. Because. I'd go back to college football. That I well I got to go to school for free. It sounds good. All these years later you played, you know, division one and all that. But I didn't plan that much. I could've been better. Like, I wish I had a wish I'd listened better. With a great coach, Tony Knapp. He laid out this great offense. And he let you call your own place. And since I was like the new guy coming in second St. you know, as always turned to home runs and probably should've followed the system pressure the more than a more system. I I regret that. I didn't do better in those years where I had so much opportunity potentially in front of me. Not that the other guys weren't good. Like, I said Sam led the nation in passing gentry guy before was good. But yeah, I I kind of walked through that once in a while like I wish I had that to do over again for sure number seven what habit or quality. Do you think is contributed most to your success?.

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Does that annoy you when people don't get your stuff or you so uninterested in what other people think of you that you don't care whether somebody walks away from some great joke of yours, and they're not equipped enough to understand it. So they leave thinking you're the. Well, I I'm annoyed at the story. You said 'cause I think there's some truth in that that it it's unfair that you're gonna win isn't given equal equal status. Equal foundation. You know, going into I don't know. I think I do I guess in those moments. You do what you think me is funny or is going to work, and you can't just can't worry about the whole world like, and I it's not say, I'm so smart is more. That's my take on whatever it is. I'm you know, whatever it is. I'm commenting on like, I think sometimes the best example of that is will we we've shot commercials before we're in the room. Everybody loves, you know, this part this part this part. And then it goes to the final edit, and you don't see any like, why didn't you the funny part? It would've been wanting her and not everybody would get it. So we kinda went a little more down. That's unfortunate. But I dunno. I think you you stick to your guns. I I'll tell you way, back when you're talking about any mistakes, you might have made or or something that went awry, I did the SP's New York City got it was a hundred years ago. All I remember boogie nights had come out recently. So whatever your that was late nineties own say. And they wanted Dan, Patrick, and I to pretend that we were upset with the guys who were on sports night, the ABC show the Sorkin show about the sports company. Right. Yeah. You just Charles and what's your name? I know that you you'll come up with Sportsnight, right, sports and sports night. Yeah. Right. Was writing he was writing whatever he was writing. And he kept staying up late watching sports center, and he ended up I'm gonna develop a show about a sports channel. And it was you know, obviously modeled after ESPN some degree. So they had the skit where Dan, and I were going to be. So incensed that the sports night guys were kind of ripping us off like stealing, our good lines or whatever right that they wanted us to hold guns and pretend that we were going to shoot them and you'd see like the little, you know, the little red dot little tracer thing and. I showed up for the rehearsal for it. I said, I don't know you really want us holding guns. Like is that funny that we might kill somebody over a joke or even though it's all a joke. Right. Can we have a different joke? We could do to show that we're met and by the way, they're just feeling his lines. Anyway, my like so taken by Dan that I'm gonna kill for him. Like, I just. So I just like, and I don't know if I like this. I don't think we should do this. So we had this little debate back and forth. Producers all these people and they ended up with the alternative. They'll they'll bring in some other guys in fatigues holding guns, and we'll just be standing near them. And I was kinda like it's still pretty bad. We're still still in the gun violence joke just involving military. Yeah. It wasn't buying. Why would the company want us allege? I just didn't feel right..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"What they're after. But they were they were saying, let's raise money and raising awareness Stevie wonder's one of the artists playing in it. So I get down there. And I got this flimsy little pass. I got I don't know how I connected with the organizers because it was it wasn't like a. Long known thing kind of came up. And unfortunately, my pass let me in a tenth about nine blocks away from where the concert was wasn't going to get very close to Stevie Wonder. But as the day went on I just kept getting upgrades. You know, I met this guy. And he got me here in the next guy. I'm here pretty soon. I got a lanyard literally standing backstage talking to Sarah McLaughlin. So I'm doing better as the day goes on then I get near Stevie trailer. And his handler keeps waving for people to come in like Will Smith gets brought in and Natalie Portman gets right and all these people and he's looking right at me waving big smile as like how they don't know. Am like why would they believe me to come to? So I take a step forward. And just then Don Cheadle walks by me, they were wrong guy. They're waving to him the older. So I'm still not close. However, I never quit. This is like a fifteen our effort and our twelve I find the right guy. He says all that you talk to him after he's done singing. He'll either say, yes. Or he says, no he said, yeah. Yes. And his line was I can't be at the all star game. I have a high ankle sprain. But fifteen hours of work in for that line, those pretty good. But so that part was good. He did it one take. It was very funny. He was charming. And then when I went to execute it on TV, I just did a bad job. I just I think I'd just started tripping that I'm talking about. I know Stevie Wonder, and he met me, and I don't know what I'm talking about. And. Yeah. So of all the things I've done a wish I'd executed that better. But I don't know about any like huge opportunities that I did the wrong thing and Blewett or you know, you never know. I wonder you know, you are somebody because you're so dry, and because you're so sarcastic, and because you as you said are bored with convention, you drop a lot of things either on social media or even in sports centers are in pieces that you do that. Not everyone gets and that's that's great as a comedian. It's frustrating to some people. I get really frustrated when people don't get the joke, especially when it's something I've always used his example of why it's it sometimes can be hard as a woman to try to be funny in a way because people just assume you're dumb because they don't give you the benefit of the doubt. Like if you start a segment with a LeBron James warming up never seen him play hurt. He's pretty good. Everyone's going to be like, ha ha. And if I said that they'd be like this dump doesn't know who LeBron James's, right? The difference in the way, it's perceived..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Switching to gyco is a no brainer pitchy in a most nesting Dollond a lot in life. You are headed to the Super Bowl to do a bunch of stuff. Again. I I like a lot of the stuff you do. That's even outside sports. I I don't watch often. But I used to be a loyal dancing with the stars viewer and dance center is one of the funniest things I've ever seen was that as enjoyable for you to do as it was for me to watch. Because for those who don't know it was sort of a sportscenter play in the middle of dancing with the stars where Kenny Mayne would talk about the other contestants and how they were faring and where their weaknesses were. And it was one of the funniest things ever just loved it. You know? Yeah. For those who really don't know. I was one of the contestants on dancing with the stars in its first season. They did a summer like trial show, but this was the first official fall season. And I didn't last long I still contend. I was better than masterpiece. We come along. Well, but he I thought I put out a greater effort and had more moves, but he had a bigger fan base. So I got voted off immediately last ninety seconds. And then they called back because hey, we want to use you in the show somebody we don't know how and we just kind of conceived this ridiculous sports cast that it's just like NFL shows, you know, break down the final four playoff teams. We would come on and break down the remaining dancers once they go toward the end of the season. So Jerry rice me, and Len Goodman, the judge and we did this. We would shoot for like two hours and they'd find the best seven minutes full makeup and sparkles. And and it was so good. Well, that was the funniest part is Jerry Rice. We'd get mad at me if I wouldn't apply enough enough glitter. Like come on, man. You gotta add more. You know, he get upset with me. So yeah, sadly they killed that. Because they they went down to one a week shows. Instead they used to Tuesday. So they just had no place. I like to always correct when. Make a mistake on sportscenter later in the show. Even if the boss don't like bringing up mistakes, I think I spaced out it was Jamal Crawford. Gary Payton, Jerry Rice, Steve l'argent and Lenny Wilkins. I think I left one of them out. Early out maybe. But either way you got it now. Yeah. So the dance center stuff you've you were in baseball, drew. Carey. What's that? Dan centers, dad, let it go. When I I wanna talk about the stuff you've done because as somebody who's into comedy, obviously and has done full on acting in commercials and TV shows movies. Is there ever a part of you that wants to do more of that full-time? A there's one hundred percent part of me if anyone's out there listening. Yes, I'm in. What do we wanna do when I might try? They're trying to do them. I was in something. And also not in something, you know, train wreck. Yeah. The only Schumer a couple couple of Schumer and and here hater in LeBron James. Yeah. So I got to shoot. And and Tony Romo was seen as well. And they cut me out entirely. They gave me the the the sad. Call how much how funny it was really played well in the room all those they said, and I see where they were going like it while they worked. They also made knows perfect sense in the you know, the way they laid out the show like it was just one more funny thing, but unnecessary. So I'm on the DVD extra and I get little tiny checks every quarter. But. No. It was sad. I was I was I was looking for. And it was such a fun experience. They called me literally like on a Monday, and they just dreamed.

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Like, literally the first night. They let him go. He went out drinking with friends and his drugs did mix with their drugs. And we lost him at a really young age. It was only twenty seven. So my sister. Leslie started a foundation in gig harbor, Washington. It's called permission to start dreaming. They took PTSD and flip the words, and they do a running race in the golf tournament and some other fundraisers, and they're helping get veterans put into programs, it'll just benefit them everything. There's. Called growing veterans. They go out they farm together. And there's mountain climbing and filmmaking horses dogs. You know, there there's all sorts of non-drug things that are beneficial soldiers to try to get them a little well, and you know, readjust to being a civilian again or being retired military. So they've been doing good stuff all along. And when I got my brace. It was really less connected to that than just I just felt kind of a debt like ISIS like cried for like two hours when I stuck the thing on because I couldn't believe my good fortunate like my leg feels so powerful. And it's almost like my good leg or my bad legs. My good leg. Now. He's catching up to it. And I just thought a real debt like they made the brace in the first place to help soldiers coming back, you know, for more who are potential amputee candidates. And this this brace this device, let you keep your bad leg. But when you stick it on you get to do things you couldn't do otherwise. Like, it's crazy swelling. You would otherwise. Yeah. It's it's pretty amazing. So hopefully, anybody who hears about it and wants to consider helping another vet. It's run freely dot org. That's antastic. Hey, everybody. Don't forget to go to ESPN and apple podcasts and subscribe to. That's what she said was Sarah Spain. So you always have the latest episode. Don't forget to rate and review as well. Until all your friends. How awesome it is? Let's consider the secret life of the most nesting dole living most of life in the duck inside the other nesting does he has plenty of time to think if we could Saturday he has no brain, however, when in the most messing dole, his gyco not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"It's related I can explain, but no the I I was asked to play with some veterans like five five or six years ago at the Super Bowl like the Wednesday or Thursday of the Super Bowl week. And almost everybody out. There is either missing an arm or a leg or both or has some disability on the veterans side. And then we're playing against ex NFL players, and it's a really competitive and funds like football game. And I've kinda stayed with this group of people for now all these years and we played two or three times a year. So some separate from that, my wife, and I started a foundation called run freely dot org, which you mentioned, they're unrelated. I just happened to be involved in both. So the the football thing is there's no cause of than to do it. You know, people are what do you raise the money for? And it's like now, we're just playing football letting everybody be normal for a night and hanging out and some of the veterans get to meet these NFL stars. They might have admired and in and in reverse. The players are kind of like blown away like, you know, showing kind of respect they should show for the veterans and what they've done and how they get out there. And do it, you know, but it's not as one of my friends involves says it's not like PETA soldier. That's a little inside joke. They have like they don't want to be patronized like like treat him like men and women and many of them are out doing great other things, you know. So what they're missing a leg or missing an arm. Whatever they they already know they have that day today, and they go on with their life in a in a real fruitful way. So this is just like a cool night to get to do something. Most of them grew up playing or at least, you know, liking football. And for one night there on the field with excellent NFL players. It's a really fun game. It's and we usually get pretty decent crowds. The one in Atlanta as you stole for time. Everyone's just take a breath because this has been so intense. We don't want to blow people away with it. Hang on. It's coming up. It's when I did it was the XL center XL Sportsworld in Fairburn, Georgia. Bam. X L Sportsworld one to four or five Oakley industrial boulevard. Fairburn F A R B or in Georgia. And that's this Wednesday the thirtieth at six o'clock game. We'll probably start six thirty ish. But you know. Really? Almost everybody who goes of never heard somebody complain. Like, everybody gets something out of it. Yeah. No, the great the fans to relate to the NFL guys. And that's and and and there's just like this real commonality that goes on. And it's a fun game. The run freely thing is an organisation Gretchen I started to benefit soldiers who were injured, and we're trying to help them keep their leg and get to move around better and walk and run without paying 'cause I got this brace about a year ago, and it just changed my life like I can play in this game, and I can hike and I can a award to the Pearl Jam concert. Because I knew it'd be on my feet for five hours like it just takes all the paint away. And so we quickly started a foundation, we've been a little fundraising, and we're up to number six is about to get installed here shortly and we've raised enough just in what's been like, five months, truly. That's pretty remarkable. How a lot of strangers and friends and family of just all kind of pulled together. Big time. Athletes have helped out Jamal Crawford. Gary payden, Steve Largent. That's awesome. Just left out. Somebody who Lenny Wilkins was there. And then you post about that a lot on social media, obviously, you are invested in causes for veterans this stems from your nephew, correct? That's that's how I got involved in veteran causes well a little bit. I mean, I think I think I was already implying to to begin with. But yeah, we lost my nephew Kyle far. He came back after serving in the army over in Iraq, and he was dealing with a lot of things afterward as many do went through the whole VA program in order to try to get well and ended up dying..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"So is it about money isn't about location is about time of day or how much time it requires the sport. It's about happiness. What what? Drives you have as you decide what you're doing next with the company. Are you make these contracts wish as much power to feel? I do. But no, it's all you know, they've all been different. And it's all oftentimes related to what's going on. You know, the direction ESPN wants to go and do they want more of this or less of that? And so I I've enjoyed all of it. Like, I I've tried to always taught my daughter's like the happy for what you have and not the upset or complaining about what you don't have. Or what you didn't get. So really, I should follow that model myself 'cause it's almost twenty five years now, and I really have done a little bit of everything and most all of it. I've enjoyed a great deal. So who knows what's next? I'm on a contract for a little while longer to do mostly just sportscenter, and that's fun. I love doing live the live show. And and the immediacy of what we're doing is a blast staying up till two and two thirty in the morning, sometimes less fun. It kinda comes with the deal. Right. Like the. James then late and you go on the air and somebody slips you piece of paper and Steph curry to the three and that I still get a thrill out of that. Like, it's it's still really is fun. The immediacy of what we do in the live performance. But I also like doing all these tape things where he got and spend time and and do something a little longer link. So who knows I'm I'm I'm trying to figure it out myself. What's your week like right now because I know you split time between Seattle and Connecticut, and you do have late shifts. How do you stay alive in those different time zones in different times? And how I mean you've only been married for a short time. He's got this the newlywed life and everything else. What's what's the average? Like, how do you balance this stuff or love is that strong? I don't know I on an airplane a lot like I say, I'm always missing someone, and I'm always home. So I kind of live in two places at once. And sometimes my wife comes out at west and hangs out here with my daughter, who's a high school senior. And I and other times I'm just out here with her tomorrow, I'm flying. Well tomorrow is now yesterday when you look at your podcast thing today. Let's just tell them the truth isn't today. Monday, really in real life days. Monday, people will be listening to this Tuesday or maybe three years from now..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Have them just blindly Siamese are now going to be covering blank. So dreamed up this little idea, we're gonna take the old wide world of sports like they run on ABC way back when we're gonna add an our we'll call it wider world of sports, and we'll call it our own and somehow they agreed in like one meeting and then crazier than that not long after agreeing. Yes, we're gonna do this. And we'll figure out when the rollout is. They got a hold of excuse me. They got a hold of us in my perdition and said, hey, we need an episode or two really quick because the up fronts, which is the big rollout of, you know, new programming for the advertisers is coming up in like a month. And we want to be able to show that at the up fronts. So we literally planned one in like three days. So we just decided let's stick with an English speaking country. Make sure we get something that makes sense pretty much bought flights to London ended up going to Ireland as well. And yeah, there we were we were flying around the world just covering. The initial. Conception of it was let's go to other countries and find out unique sports that they're doing and a lot of cases that either we've heard much about or we've never heard of no nothing about and we ended up finding a real cool mix of them over the next couple of years. So like, you said the the Palley, oh is what you're talking about in Italy the horse race or they're saying we're in Italy like two weeks, and we weren't there. Screwing around like every day we were up early and shooting late like really getting to know what the subject was. And the people were about one of my other favorites was Irish road bowling. They take an iron ball and throw it down the street. And then the other guy throws and the other guy throws surly golf rules who's ever away. And it was just amazing. Like, these two towns would come together and watch two men through an iron ball of Milena quarter and whoever through it the least number of times one. What's some other crazy when we did we went to Nicaragua? And we surfed down volcano on a plastic board sort of like, you know, every kid has done either with cardboard or stole. Alan school lunch tray, you know. Like just on a hill went to Thailand we did elephant polo the horn Newson, you're speaking from Switzerland. That's like these people take what looks like a golf club. But it's much longer and it kind of bends, and they hit this tranquilizer metal thing called the hornet. And then other people stand in the field with a giant. She's bored is what it looks like. And try to knock it down. So everywhere around the world, people are doing ridiculous things 'cause maybe they got bored. And you're sixteen hundred needed something to do, you know, but we we tried to find, you know, like handle them seriously when they were serious like the one in Bosnia was very serious and handling Minnesota way. When it was kind of a silly sport. One of Bosnia was crazy. It was a bridge. They got blown up during the Bosnian, you know, the the break up of Yugoslavia the war there, and they used to dive off it as a competition for hundreds of years. And now they no longer have their bread's. So getting their bridge back and restoring this traditions that they had was a huge deal very emotional. And that one there wasn't one joke. You know, the whole thing was like a real serious mockumentary about this town and most are and how they put it back together. Some of the others we took slightly less. Seriously. We ran into a guy selling ice cream and Thailand, we met a story out of that. 'cause his songs sounded like beyond saying Pokemon had a child and made music. So yeah, it was great fun. It seems like every fun thing. I've done it lasts a couple of years, and then somebody gets bored, and we move on to something else. But no asking about like, so how do you decide what drives your next contract or your next direction because you've done so many things, and you are in a position where you have a lot of say, I would assume in what you want do and what they want to use you for..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"And was that something? That you liked because it was not just sports plus comedy. But it was full on acted and not not just a inserting funny quips along with the regular protocol for sports reporting. Yeah. No, definitely the thrill of it was getting to do like, I love doing commercial work, which I do occasionally still, and and you really are kind of like taking a role like like not that. I think I'm Leo DiCaprio or anything. But I usually think I'd do halfway, okay. On those things where they give you you know, the script or shell of it. And then you get to kind of do your own thing. And that's very much. What this one was. But yeah, everybody you mentioned aubrey's. Also, Allison Becker, Jon Glaser, Ben Schwartz. John Mullany was in a couple of Chris myth like our list is Lenny Jacobson who did some good work with. I'm forgetting name. She was sopranos. She played the wife, she had nurse. Jackie nurse. So everybody in fact, I just saw John Glazer at a Seattle comedy show last week. I helped open up for him and have remained friends with all those people all of them went on and took over Hollywood. And I'm still doing Diamondbacks Rockies personal, but I'm still happy with what I'm doing. But yeah, it was really fun. It was on a couple of years. And I think we did what we call three seasons, you know, of eight episodes, or whatever they were. But those were fun, and you could argue we were kind of doing that two thousand eight I think is when it started the kind of stuff that you'd think we want right now, given all this book things online and ESPN bus and so forth. So. Bring it back. Bring it back. It's it's been long enough that you know, we're bringing back Murphy Brown, we're bringing back a magnum PI. Right. I think it's time it feels right men to just invited myself. I know it wasn't invited. But I've invited wider world of sports is essentially a dream job this series. Basically sent you around the world to amazing things like canal jumping in the Netherlands and a Crazy Horse race in the middle of town in Italy. That one was a particularly fascinating. Something called for nothing in Switzerland. I mean, this was finding the world of sports, and what was this actually like in practice is it as dream of job as as it would seem just looking at it on paper. And watching what does after the fact owner present what happened was I heard they were going to kill mainstreet without really a firm reason as to why. But I just knew this was about to go down. So I went in and said in my contract to the time since two x amount of this next minute of that. And I didn't want the portion of what I was supposed to do for ESPN dot com. To you know to.

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Whatever investigation of a college or a player's done wrong or allegedly done wrong. And so we handle those things appropriately. But then, you know, eighty percent the rest of the show is people dunking on each other and us making up silly things to say, they do so so yeah. Hopefully, you know, you handle yourself appropriately when called upon right, but yeah, it probably is strange to see some of the stuff I have done and say, how could he have ever, you know, had this fascination with real news or. Things. But I guess you'd have to hear me impart. My words on such a story, then you might not right. That's true. So you're doing ESPN and ninety four you've told the story before about, you know, sending John Walsh of a note was very similar to the old. Will you go out with me check? Yes, check. No. But it was will you give me a job at ESPN. Yes. No, keep doing freelance or yes. But not tillers ESPN five it worked for whatever. Reason you got the job. And is it right? That you started on our PM tonight. It of incorrect. First job. I had was when they started ESPN two they had a show called sports night. And it was supposed to just be the hip or version of sportscenter. You know, that's where the Overman leather jacket came into play is exactly. Yeah. It was. So so the whole I have been interviewed one way back. Remember anybody old enough to remember Joe, Montana's? John Taylor for the forty Niners to beat the Bengals in the Super Bowl. Same what we're? Oh, Montana said look there's John candy on the sideline. So this was nineteen eighty nine. I did what I thought was a pretty decent Sunday night sports on my little channel eleven back then and I sent that to ESPN they brought me back for an interview. But then they started asking questions like what do I think about the cubs middle relief or something like they'll come in. After the starters for were and before the closer. Guy who's? Yeah. So I didn't have a very good answer. They want to be a bigger sports nerd than I was or even am and didn't get hired. But they kind of kept me in mind. I for some reason quit that job six months later, and I went through like four years of just of working sales jobs. I symbol garbage cans. I I did a whole bunch of things to pay the bills while I continued to freelance and TV and they brought him back. Couple more times for interviews. So by the time they running back for the third go around ESPN two and now started have been up about six months or so and remember Keith Asian set in a leather jacket. He went back to one to be with Dan on the eleven and Stuart Scott moved up from the lesser role called the smash person you came on at the top of the hour for a couple of minutes. And so now, they need one more person. And that was me. So I remember distinctly Vince Doria who's no longer with ESPN great guy. He was my first boss. I just flat out. I I'm one of those people likes to tell people the reasons they don't want me and try to Jackson's up front as opposed to hoping that I said, Vince, I still don't know who the hell the fifth pitcher on the Cup, and I really don't care. But if you tell me the story in the son of a she'll be your best story got and he's like that's pretty good answer. And somehow I got hired. I never had is thankfully that. That always sounded scary. When people would talk about the quiz, so yeah, I'm glad I voided that aren't so you Sportsnight RPM tonight. Sportscenter main street wider world of sports horse racing golf football. I mean, literally everything I want to go back to main street quickly. Because unfortunately, I never watched it. I don't know what I was doing with my life at the time. I know because I I you know, I looked it up when I was doing research. I think this this show had Aubrey plaza on it. And it was like various no, satirical, funny stage look at sports and how long did that run for?.

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"But certainly, I've hopefully, polished my delivery of it. But I think I was just the same kind of your shaped by my dad was a really funny guy. Funny, friends, and my best friend Mark is funniest guy. I know, you know, my sister's boyfriend's like what I have a lot of different influences that staying up to watch Johnny Carson at eleven thirty was big deal. You know that you didn't want to miss his monologue. So you're you're definitely shaped by who's around you. And and you. You turn out to be whatever the hell, you are like still think I think about the same as when I was seven or eight years old. I don't wanna sleep like have I matured at all like, I pay bills on time other than that. I think I'm still you know, I I just see situations. And I kind of look what's the most abstract thing to say right now or what right? What's the weirdest view of what is going 'cause I'm sort of bored by common day experience since creeks, and my wife will be like, whatever we'll be homegoods checkout, you know, like on a Wednesday, and I'll look into this. This is what God created it right here. This goes checkoutigt lifestyle about. Why we were invented? So. Yeah. I think I've always had sort of a queer look at reality. You know, like like just kind of bored with convention, so I'm not trying to be unconventional. I just think I kind of him. Yeah. And so I'm able to express that. Yeah. Interesting because I'm picturing it as an actual news reporter, or instead, I'm I don't know why I'm conjuring up images of the Saturday Night Live character that keeps like dying on air, but then comes back to life and shoves the Mike at people's faces. Like, I don't know like you just not being able to keep a straight face or report straight. But you did news right out of out of after football before in Vegas and Seattle before moving to sports. Yeah. I mean, my I quote unquote TV job was for the PBS station in Las Vegas. It was once a week, you know, that really boring thing that's on PBS like at three in the afternoon on Sunday, you know, the community affairs type show and Lee Winston God love him. He gave me this job. Job as his reporter. So I would do the serious story setting up. You know, let's let's let's see the story. Now, let's have the conversation with community leaders. And absolutely. I think a dead, sir. So I I don't I think I always said when I take serious things seriously and pretty much everything else not so much. So most of it's not so much. But yeah, when I was doing real news like in Seattle. You know, we heck I did stories on the green river killer. And we did stories on whatever, you know. Local fires accidents like regular straight stories see on local news. And I think I always had in my pocket, though, my silly side. But I just didn't obviously bring that in those things you can do both in. It's frustrating at times for myself as well when people think if you are one you can't do the other that's very simplistic way of approaching human being Greek. No on. Sports on center for shirt like on a particular night. We might have two or three real serious things..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"At least give them a look. So I went up and threw in Seattle. And it was it was like a private throwing things just me and a couple of receivers one of them happened to be Steve l'argent. So he happened to be in the building and there. Hey, would you to receiver out there and he volunteered to come out? And catch some balls off his shoes. Just so that was helpful. So I signed pretty much half hour later, whatever they put in front of me pretty much same way. I send my first ESPN Bill didn't really read it, just oh, really. I get to join this. I'm in so. So so I threw in their pre camp for a couple of few weeks. And then when the real camps started over in Cini Washington at the time, the very first day, they brought me in and put me on this machine that I thought it was just like another test, you know, like running at forty or doing the ranks or whatever. Instead, it was a specific test specifically for me to find out if they wanna even keep me around at all and the doctors just wouldn't clear me this up. My ankle suck. We're like we're not gonna take a risk on emerging player and having get hurt on day one. So I tried for a couple more years though. I tried a couple of CFL tryouts USFL, and I guess my my paperwork wasn't outstanding. You know, the fact I was only second-string and college and got a ruined ankle. So then right. We're good. That'll smell. You have tried to hide those down the bottom of but I'm still playing at my age. But now just recreationally I get to play the Pearl Jam team flag football game every year. There is money for Cronin. Mike mccready the forest deals with that. He's done this really cool thing for number years where we play out centrally. And then I still play with some veterans and win fact we're going to get to play game a Super Bowl week. Yeah. We're going to talk about that in minute. I wanted to ask you. So, you know, I I heard another podcast you talked about how your parents were very invested early on, you know, the kids sitting in front of the television and talking about current events. And you said that early on you were more interested in politics than news than sports. Did you have the same personality that you have now that everybody knows when you were a jock in high school, and in college because there aren't a lot of athletes that anyone gets to cover that are dry and sarcastic, and sort of sardonic were you always like this or is this more of an acquired personality once you got out of the straight sports life. I know I think I've always been the same. I might have refined. How I deliver it a little better through the years. I guess would be the closest thing to compare what's. Because like when I was doing local sports here. You know, we we did things like I had a I had a lab little pet lab. Labrador black lab and I had him chew on a baseball. And then was shot like a really tight shot of him. And we would roll the scores over him eating a baseball and called the dog days of summer scoreboard. So like, I was experimenting trying hopefully different things..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"And just a solid guy. And he is now trying to be curler in his ambition is to make the Olympics next time around and somehow he talks some of his ex football playing friends into joining us curling team as well. And it's all pretty ridiculous, but this'll be there, but they are dead serious. They know they have an actual former Olympic curler on their team. Who's technically I think like an emergency guy. But he's basically coaching them. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So I don't. If they're really going to succeed. But he and the guy I mean, they got nothing else to they made their money in football. And right. You know, any sound personalities so make a documentary, at least right film, it as you go. Make it worth our wild on. It'll be on. What what is late January? It'll be on sometime in February. So awesome. That's my latest. So sort of main event thing for many many years, we did the pretty much every week. Let's make up something ridiculous and stick it on TV. But now, I do partial scores of the Sacramento Kings. Right. Exactly, the good and other important things. Yeah. All right. Let's go to the beginning. That's where I start these. What did you want to be when you're a kid? Fleeting moment and astronaut. I'm old. I grew up in the whole road to the moon. You know thing that was going on back then, and we really did get some in no way, I should look into this. But no very early on. You know, probably late grade school junior high for sure I wanted to do something in journalism writing documentaries, Mr. Middle East correspondent something, you know, related to that. I didn't know what it was going to be. But I directed pretty much everything especially once I got to college. And then as I got my first job in TV I was like local news reporter after I finally got the chance to be on the air, and I really had no interest in doing sports. But then our little station in Seattle Tacoma, only did news Monday through Friday or our motto was if there's news on the weekends. That's news to us. That like an they they added weekends and the guy that was in charge. Jack Eddie says, hey, you play football. You be the sports guy. So I started doing husky games and Seahawks, and the mayor and all of that just you know, was more fun than going to city council meetings, right and falling asleep, and I just shifted. So yeah, I even though I have a strong interest still in political things and international news, and what's going on with our country. You know, I ended up making my living doing sports, which I also love as well having grown up in it. But my original intention was not to sports, but to do more, straight or news or documentaries. Yes. Wear high school quarterback in Washington your backup quarterback at UNLV where you got broadcasting degree. And then you were free agent for the Seahawks. Hong did the Seahawks stint last? As many as twenty four hours. That your no about three weeks. 'cause I what happened was the kid who played ahead of me Sam king, and if you need insurance and the greater Las Vegas region. Go to Sam king good still friends might he he led the nation in passing yards. So I played behind it. Pretty good quarterback. And he got an offer to go to the Seahawks. But he turned it down. He was gonna go to Canada, then he had some other issues like passing the physical himself. So he he really never got to succeed in in the pros. Even though we have the talent to do. So but my coach then call the Seahawks and said, hey, if you like the first guy, you should look at the guy that was his backup..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"He's the best. Here's my interview with Kenny Mayne, that's what she said super excited to welcome in this week's guest, an idol of mine really an inspiration of mine when I got into the screen or maybe not as much anymore now than I know him better. But still, of course, someone I admire very much ESPN sportscenter anchor feature reporter general do everything guy who seldom. Every position at the company. Kenny Mayne, idol stuff is real. But I think the first time I met you at some Super Bowl radio role. I said the same thing how many Super Bowls have you been to by the way of trying to see if you would remember that. I don't know the exact number, but many, but I remember our first meeting 'cause your name stood out do. Yes, you came up to me and tried to get me to be in whatever little thing, you were doing subject was similar to all mind. Where would just made them up as we went along. Right. I remember the meeting. I think it was. Yes. Probably near radio row. I want to say it was in Phoenix. But it might not have been it might have been. But yet you came up. And then I did some something for you. Whatever that was. That's kinda how I always did all of mine, I just pretty much go to people in ask favors, and you can't worry about getting those. He the yes. Cross your fam-. We're just looking back at one of our ridiculous fake football stories back when I used to those for countdown. We were in Phoenix. And we kind of like our story fell through. And in the meantime, Tony Sirri co who played paulie walnuts on the sopranos right called me called me up on the phone. He had just done me a couple of favors they'd been in a couple of bits for me. And he's like, hey kid. I need four Super Bowl tickets. I'm like, yeah. They're y'all. Try definitely I'll give it the effort and in my head. I'm like zero Monday of Super Bowl week. Like, you know, we don't have a vending machine of Super Bowl tickets. And but he hangs up, and I have every belief that, you know, pretty much I've been threatened that I have to get him Super Bowl tickets. So we decided let's just make that our story this week that paulie walnuts is threatening me that I need to get four Super Bowl ticket. So the whole week. I went around town trying to find anybody like I'm raising four fingers up when Bella checks doing his press conference. I'm going up to the players, and and just as all ridiculous in the end, we blew up a car in the desert had a I think the correct version he calls himself midget actor on his website, but small people right person. Yes. My Mark tram beano, actor and. Yeah. For some reason, the two of us in a car that we blew up in the desert and Dave Craig on a horse. That was the big finish sport. Look it up on the. Well, one of my favorite main events was with you know, the bears Robbie gold after that kick in the wind in San Francisco the the bit about him just turning every single kick into a ninety degree angles since he was a kid. Some of them are just so smart. Do are we ever going to get any more main events? Well, their their case by case I'm on serve a new contract where they want me doing sportscenter specifically not exclusively. But almost and so anytime, I do something extra. There's sort of a surcharge going on or something and. Than many. Yeah. Wherever I'm in the middle of a really fun one one of my favorite guys ever Jared Allen, the famous tackler of the NFL fame, and they do as kaffir opening thing. What stood out for people who don't remember him as well? You should. 'cause he was like all over here. He always used to say on the player introductions, they went to culinary academy. When the other guys, you know, say diversity of whatever just a funny guy. Funny. Smart silly..

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"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"kenny mayne" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"People from the world of sports music, comedy and more talking about their lives. Careers successes and failures. Everybody. Welcome to the latest edition of. That's what she said was Sarah Spain so excited for you guys to hear the conversation with this week's guest. Kenny Mayne who was a real inspiration for me when I decided to get into sports, if you're a regular listener, you probably know that I really moved out to Los Angeles to do comedy and acting wanted to be on Saturday Night Live, and as I started to look into the possibility of working in sports. My background was always just watching and playing I hadn't really realized that you could make a living talking about sports, and I wanted to still be an entertainer, and I wanted to still embrace the comedy that I had grown up wanting to pursue and Kenny Mayne was this perfect example of someone who seemed to be doing both and his main events inspired me a ton and also taught me some lessons early on about how sarcasm and dry comedy are perceived and received differently between men. And women and older people and younger people and all that stuff. And it's something that is still sticks. In my craw. Cajun only in the example, that I often use when talking to people about how it can be difficult. Trying to be a woman in sports and be funny and make jokes that need someone to be on the other side to get it. Right. Not just as soon idiot. I often use example of Kenny Mayne, you know, he can start a sportscenter clip of the Lakers and say LeBron James warming up. Never seen him play. Hurt is really good though. And that's funny because everyone knows he's joking. If I started a clip that way myself, there would legitimately be people out there that were like, wow, this girl has never seen the brand this. How did she get her job? Right. And so like the ability to be able to play in the way that he does is always been something, I admired because he's great at it. And I was also a little jealous of because I haven't yet gotten to the point where I can do it so freely, but I wanna play a quick clip. Because when I was just starting out in LA, and I made my hosting real. Which was literally I'd. To buy a DVD burner. This before he could just send everything digitally and make CD's and DVD's of this to send along to talent agencies and for additions, and this is a little clip from that hosting real that I called the Spain of it. I'm Sarah Spain and say we're gonna talk about an issue that's gone widely undiscussed in the NBA this. Oh, sure they've changed. The both mothers done it with animal rights activists. Does anyone talked about how many trees are murdered cheer to make hard one floor this and so much more on this bane of now presumably everyone who knows me now knows that that's a joke and presumably and hopefully everybody who received one of those DVD's was familiar with the main event and familiar with the comedy that I was aiming for their. But that that's how much made kind of inspired me coming up with the desire to be able to play the way that he does and still respect sports. But understand that it's entertainment, and there's so much fun to be had while while covering it. So anyway, you guys are gonna love this conversation..

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New York Yankees' Aaron Judge has chip fracture in right wrist, won't swing bat for three weeks

SportsCenter AllNight

02:22 min | 4 years ago

New York Yankees' Aaron Judge has chip fracture in right wrist, won't swing bat for three weeks

"At, bat to be a valuable asset on the Yankees roster and while. He might be a more established player than you would have liked to. Give up for a rental he just didn't have. A place on this Yankees roster for the next few. Years, so while the Yankees continued to add on the mound they did lose the. Big bad for the next few weeks Two two Get out of. The way so he'll take Folks Mike. Okay. Yes, network, Aaron judge hit on the right. Wrist MRI reveals a chip. Fracture no surgery recommended by the Yankees estimated three week time period before he can swing a bat and a. Game, again ESPN Yankees reporter. Coli Harvey on sportscenter with Kenny. Mayne the medical report is that Aaron judge actually suffered a chip fracture of a bone in his right, wrist and it's right about any here on his right. Wrist and essentially you need that obviously to. Swing it's going to be about three weeks before he can actually swing a bat in a game situation according to the. Yankees and obviously you're talking about three weeks stretch where they've got a big series coming. Up they've got the Boston Red Sox next week in, Boston and so he'll be missing that. Series but the good news is that of the next thirty four games twenty seven of those games for the Yankees are against teams with losing. Records so at least they do have that going for them as they try to move forward without. Aaron judge, Moore were you hearing from his teammates knowing that the suffering a pretty big loss for at least a few? Weeks. Yeah, well, obviously, very a somewhat psalm MBA locker room summer clubhouse he didn't. Really. See. Too. Many, players, in there but Aaron Hicks was. One player who did just. Speak to us moments ago in the clubhouse and you know he said hey this is going to be a. Big, blow you're talking about. A guy who's a fifty home. Run player that's a big part of an offense a big chunk of that production who's now gone he, said that they've got to figure out a way to. Move forward without him and you know we'll. See exactly what Aaron Boone in the Yankees are deciding to do as they as they move forward the Yankees were seven. Two winners over the royals gaining ground on the Red Sox who fell to the twins. Boston now four and a half up in the east, highlights of both games later in the. Show you're listening to the sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio and the ESPN app I am Jim Baskerville NFL training camps opening around the league speaking. Publicly for the first time since the July tenth attack at his house in which his ex girlfriend. Was beaten, and robbed bills running back Sean McCoy told reporters he feels quote very confident unquote about being able to play?.

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