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MarketWatch: 40% of Households Will Pay No Federal Income Tax This Year
"Here's the article I was talking about Market watch Andrew Kershaw kesner 40% of households will pay no federal income tax this year That's 72.5 million So 72.5 million households will pay nothing in federal income taxes I want to be specific They're still paying an obviously State taxes and sales taxes and payroll taxes in many cases But the largest chunk of taxes most people are going to pay our federal income taxes Now do you see why we have this growing illusion in this company or delusion I should say that government is free and at no cost to you I mean it's no wonder why people consistently vote for bigger more expansive government in their lives despite the fact that besides picking up your garbage and an occasional visit maybe from the police if you had a burglar in your house the government does almost nothing for you Nothing Well they pay my social security Yeah they're just because they're taking it from someone else It's not an investment system folks It's a pay go system Well I paid Yeah you paid someone else too The problem is a lot of people paid you and fewer people are going to pay us later Gosh that sounds like a Ponzi scheme That's because it is
"kershaw" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Here's the article I was talking about. Market watch Andrew Kershaw kesner. 40% of households will pay no federal income tax this year. That's 72.5 million. So 72.5 million households will pay nothing in federal income taxes. I want to be specific. They're still paying an obviously. State taxes and sales taxes and payroll taxes in many cases. But the largest chunk of taxes, most people are going to pay our federal income taxes. Now do you see why we have this growing illusion in this company or delusion I should say that government is free and at no cost to you. I mean, it's no wonder why people consistently vote for bigger, more expansive government in their lives, despite the fact that besides picking up your garbage and an occasional visit maybe from the police if you had a burglar in your house, the government does almost nothing for you. Nothing. Well, they pay my social security. Yeah, they're just because they're taking it from someone else. It's not an investment system, folks. It's a pay go system. Well, I paid. Yeah, you paid someone else too. The problem is a lot of people paid you and fewer people are going to pay us later. Gosh, that sounds like a Ponzi scheme. That's because it is. That's why its own actuaries said it's going bankrupt. Now there's an opportunity to fix it. And it would be a terrible idea to take it away from people who did pay for it. Yeah, the 55 and older cat would be an awful
"kershaw" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible
"And I wanted this is why in the commentary for part three and the guys take that I was trying to make it clear or trying to push the understanding that the proof of work is a universal indicator. And more specifically that mathematical proof of work would be a brilliant means of creating objective trust between different intelligent species. So we don't really have an example of this, like in our own our planet, but I do think we have enough small corollary with basically previous and historical monies, really more than anything. But neither have we been smart enough as a species, nor do we have a broadly intelligent species to trade with or converse with that is just not human, but you could argue, like I said, that across different societies and particularly timescales and the societies and civilizations that have gone through industrial revolution, communicating with those that have not yet done that. Et cetera, et cetera. But what's funny is that in you actually have seen this, we've actually seen this as well in certain technologies, which is crazy. That there are historical technologies in innovations and discoveries that have actually happened in disparate places all over the world, like at the same time. There were like two or three people in completely different cultures and completely different societies on completely different parts of the planet. That within just a few years, sometimes even months of each other, like invented or discovered almost the same thing, essentially. Their historians who try to make sense of it who try to say, oh, well, maybe somebody could have taken this and traveled to this location or something and then someone got wind of this in a rumor spread or something and it triggered the idea and they just got it from the other person. But there's a number of them that have these explanations that are so unbelievably implausible and then there are situations where it's just it's simply not possible to civilizations didn't even have any contact. I picked up, I can't remember any off the top of my head, but I picked up a few of these stories in just throughout my readings, one of the things that you really wish you had when you think about it again, you really wish you had the exact story that you have. So I went looking just to see what I could find. And this one was just really, really cool. I just found this on Quora. So if this happened exactly a 150 years ago, but this was a four year old post. It says, a physicist called Kershaw, said that you could tell what a star was made of just by looking at the spectrum of light that it admitted.
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"AP sports I'm check free but first American man to reach the U.S. open semifinals in 16 years Francis tiafoe moved ahead with a straight set win over 9th seated Andrei rubley in front of a very boisterous crowd in New York the 22nd seated TFO will play his final match on Friday Honda baseball Aaron judge hit another one His major league leading 55th home run in the New York Yankees extra inning 5 four win over Minnesota the Yankees also took the nightcap 7 to one Tampa beat Boston won nothing St. Louis used a two run double by Tommy Edmond in the 9th inning to come back and beat Washington 6 to 5 It's definitely one of the best experiences I mean to see all your teammates running out to you and just celebrating that win especially after we all grind them together for the first 9 days of that game The card was extend they're leading the NO central to 9 and a half Toronto wins at Baltimore four to one Atlanta beat Oakland 7 to three They stay half a game and back of the New York mets who swept the double header at Pittsburgh 5 to one and ten nothing Jacob de Grom goes 7 strong innings in game two And execute pitches To have some good defense behind me and then the guys put up a ton of runs for me Kansas City B Cleveland two to one Chicago White Sox 9 Seattle 6 Houston for Texas three and extra innings VLA Dodgers down San Francisco 7 three Clayton Kershaw with the first 6 innings says the Dodgers are priming themselves for the postseason But also try to win the games and sometimes those mirror each other and other times they don't So it's a little bit more challenging at times for our team But for me personally it's just when the game and pitch well and get ready for the playoffs Philadelphia down Miami four three San Diego for Arizona 6 three Colorado beat Milwaukee 8 four the drawers continue to slide behind the wild card leaders their four out Cincinnati over the Chicago Cubs Detroit down the LA angels Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson still without his desired contract extension Jackson is entering the final year of his deal with the ravens and the NFL season lifts the lid tonight with the Super Bowl champion LA rams hosting buffalo Check Freeman AP sports
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Turners turn it around, Dodgers rally to beat Giants 7-3
"Justin Turner and max Muncie each had three run homers in the Dodgers 7 three win over the Giants It was a three three tie into the 8th when LA put up four runs highlighted by Muncie's round tripper Game got tied up there and the next inning we went out and we just strung together several good at bats and we just made some things happen David VR Homer twice for the Giants and drove in all their runs Clayton Kershaw allowed two runs over 6 innings with 8 strikeouts but was no decision Evan Phillips came away the winner Jacques littel was charged with the loss Mark Myers Los Angeles
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Díaz escapes in 8th, Mets take series from MLB-best Dodgers
"The mets made it two out of three this week with a 5 three victory over the Dodgers and a matchup of the teams with the two best records in the national league Clayton Kershaw pitching his first game in four weeks for LA gave up a run on three walks in a hit in the first inning but then retired the next 13 mets spanning 6 of them New York took immediate advantage grabbing the lead with two runs key by Francisco Lindor's RBI double It's big because we want two games And they have the best record in the league It's a big series We just have we ended up taking the series Chris Bassett pitched 6 innings for his 12th win of the year Tom arram New York
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Kershaw leaves with low back pain, Dodgers sweep Giants 5-3
"The Dodgers completed a four game sweep of the Giants winning the finale 5 to three It's the first time the Giants have lost 8 straight to the Dodgers in the same season since 1979 Mookie betts with the three run Homer in the top of the fourth Trey Turner added a solo shot in the 7th I don't know why that is or what it is but I think we're just taking care of business this year so far and we got a lot of games left but I think we just focus on ourselves and I think that's helping out a lot Clayton Kershaw pitched four innings giving up three hits and two runs but left the game with lower back pain Following the all star break the Giants are a major league worst three and 12 Ryan leong San Francisco
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Vin Scully, Dodgers broadcaster for 67 years, dies at 94
"Hi everybody and a very pleasure good evening to you It was the familiar opening to Scully smooth summer soundtrack I don't know how you feel about it at the other end For 67 years from Brooklyn to Los Angeles Jackie Robinson and Sandy Koufax Sandy into his wind up Here's the pitch Swung on and missed a perfect game To Fernando mania and Clayton Kershaw Scully was the beloved voice of the Dodgers a consummate storyteller All I have ever really accomplished is to talk about the accomplishments of others He's in the baseball Hall of Fame on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and 6 years ago received the nation's highest civilian honor I love this game I'm Sagar Meghani
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Freeland pitches Rockies past Kershaw, Dodgers 5-3
"Colorado found a way to defeat the Dodgers 5 to three Clayton Kershaw took the loss after Randall Gretchen delivered a two run triple and came in to score in the 6th Anytime we can go out there and get a W huge but off of a Cy Young candidate a guy that's won the Cy Young you know probably should be a first ballot Hall of Famer That's huge Los Angeles had beaten the rockies 6 straight times before Gretchen came through it the plate and made a spectacular running catch in center field Kyle friedland got the win Daniel Bard the save Bruce Morton Denver
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Dodgers rally for 7-4 win over Giants, sweep 4 from rivals
"The divers completed a four game sweep by scoring three times in the 8th inning of a 7 four downing of the Giants Jake lamb doubled home the tie breaking run helping the Dodgers earn their 8th consecutive win and 15th in their last 16 games That last pitch two strikes I just tried to get my foot down early and I was just trying to shoot a ball to the 6 hole Trace Thompson and Gavin Lux had two RBIs a piece to help LA overcome a mediocre start by Clayton Kershaw Just really great team win by everybody except me Darren ruff hit a tying two run Homer in the 5th and tyro Estrada had a two run single for the Giants I'm Dave
Bloomberg Radio New York
"kershaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now, time for check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. In Paris reports that PSG offered Neymar to Manchester City with city boss Pep Guardiola turning down the chance to acquire the Brazil international, so not to ruin the locker room dynamic of his club. The deal would have reportedly also included a player exchange with Bernardo Silva leaving the Etihad for park defense. Bayern Munich has completed the move for Juventus defender Matthias de lift, who you may receiving €67 million with the potential for 10 million more depending on performance bonuses. The 22 year old has already agreed to a 5 year deal with the Bundesliga giants and will join up with his new teammates who are currently on their USB-C tour. They left previously played for Ajax Amsterdam before moving to in 2019. After not playing Wimbledon, Naomi Osaka has accepted a wild card to the mubadala Silicon Valley classic in San Jose, California in August. The four time Grand Slam winner last played in the French Open, losing in the first round in straight sets to Banda and you see mova. The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is tonight at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles with Clayton Kershaw on the mound for the national league facing Tampa Bay Rays ace shade mcclanahan for the American League, a new rule does begin tonight that if the game is tied after 9 innings, a home run Derby will then determine the winner with each manager picking three players who will each get three swings for the NL of the three RP to Lonzo Kyle schwarber and Ronald Acuna junior before the AL, the three are Julio Rodriguez, ty France and Kyle Tucker. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports outdate. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. This is Bloomberg daybreak Asia looking at markets here. We do so every 15 minutes right now, the one year loan prime rate and the 5 year loan prime rate while they've been kept unchanged. 3.70% for the one year and a 4.45% for the 5 year and nothing too special in the fix from the PBOC right now the offshore is trading at 6.7410 against the U.S. dollar. The dollar is weaker, it had a big drop in the U.S. session now down another tenth of a percent. Dali yen one 38 13 and the Euro is trading at a dollar two 42. We did have earlier word that Gazprom was going to start pumping gas again through the Nord stream one pipeline to Europe and that was one of the reasons we saw a big rally in the states where many other reasons, as well, we get to those throughout the morning. I wanted to mention a couple of other items here this morning. The U.S. Senate has voted to provide more than $52 billion in grants and incentives for the American ship industry, loaded with 64 to 34. This was a procedural vote to begin a debate. The legislation could be passed by the Senate next week. He would then have to pass the House and the House majority leader steny Hoyer said the Democrats will support the Senate version even if someone wanted a broader Bill. Take a look at a couple of other quick numbers for you, the pre open on the Hank seng index will be a coming momentarily, and we are looking probably at some gains today. We saw Alibaba close higher in U.S. session 1.6% and also looking at the NASDAQ golden dragon index, it was up about 9 tenths of 1% because those numbers in the next few moments. This is Bloomberg. News within that show. All right, thank you, Ryan, a U.S. House has passed legislation recognizing same sex marriages at the federal level and repealing a defunct law that defined marriage as being
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"kershaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now, time for check of sport from around the world here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Brian. In Paris reports that PSG offered Neymar to Manchester City with city boss Pep Guardiola turning down the chance to acquire the Brazil international, so not to ruin the locker room dynamic of his club. The deal would have reportedly also included a player exchange with Bernardo Silva leaving the Etsy hat for park defense. Bayern Munich has completed the move for Juventus defender Matthias de lift, who uve receiving €67 million with the potential for 10 million more depending on performance bonuses. The 22 year old has already agreed to a 5 year deal with the Bundesliga giants and will join up with his new teammates who are currently on their U.S. pre season tour de lift previously played for Ajax Amsterdam before moving to you they in 2019. After not playing Wimbledon, Naomi Osaka has accepted a wild card to the mubadala Silicon Valley classic in San Jose, California in August. The four time Grand Slam winner last played in the French Open, losing in the first round in straight sets to abandon his sim over. The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is tonight at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles with Clayton Kershaw on the mound for the national league facing Tampa Bay race ace Shane mcclanahan for the American League, a new rule does begin tonight that if the game is tied after 9 innings, a home run Derby will then determine the winner with each manager picking three players who will each get three swings for the NL of the three RP to Lonzo Kyle schwarber and Ronald Acuna junior before the AL, the three are Julio Rodriguez, ty France and Kyle Tucker. On Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Asian equity futures are rising this morning. We see pretty solid gains expected here, but not particularly in China, so what's the issue in China? Well, consider this beautiful opening to one of our stories on the Bloomberg terminal. Over the past few years, president Xi Jinping is reigned in China's biggest tech companies, stamped out democracy in Hong Kong and locked down 26 million people in Shanghai due to COVID. Yet now he faces a surprise challenge from middle class homeowners who are watching their family wealth, slip away with a sustained slide in the property market. Now this goes on to point out that a 5th of China's economic activity is wrapped up in property, some 70% of household wealth in China is tied up in property. That's far more than in the United States, and it makes it one of the most sensitive political issues for the Communist Party. So we may see a
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The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Major League Baseball has a new home run Derby champ Mark Myers reports from Los Angeles Juan Soto of the nationals defeated a field of 8 of the game's top sluggers to win the home run Derby It feels great Is another thing that I like you say to my trunk case and I'm going to have it there forever Soto out homered Mariners rookie Julio Rodriguez in the finals Soto also bashed the longest Homer of the competition measured at 482 feet Two time reigning champion Pete Alonso of the mets was eliminated in the semifinal round As for Tuesday's All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium hometown favorite Clayton Kershaw will be on the mound for the national league opposite Tampa Bay's Shane mcclanahan for the Americans First pitch just after 8 p.m. Eastern Time Meanwhile baseball's future may include some rules changes Dave ferry has details MLB is considering a pitch clock for next year with games running an average of three hours and two minutes this season A clock experiment in the miners has cut average game time by 27 minutes to two hours 37 minutes MLB is also considering shift and pick off limits and larger bases with the possibility of robot umpires in 2024 Shifts have been limited all season at double and single a where teams are required to have four players on the infield including two on each side of second base Outside of baseball ESPN has announced stiff curry will host the 2022 espys The Golden State Warriors guard says he hopes to channel two of his favorite comedians Dave Chappelle and Kevin Hart Speaking of pro basketball Philadelphia's James Harden has declined his $47.4 million player option telling the AP he did so to allow the sixers to pursue free agents Hardin has yet to win a championship in his 13 year NBA career First Morton AP sports
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"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Juan Soto of the Washington Nationals is your 2022 home run Derby winner in the finals he defeated fellow Dominican Julio Rodriguez of the Seattle Mariners surpassing him with 30 seconds to go and bonus time Meanwhile if Tuesday's All-Star Game is tied after 9 innings guess what fans will get More home run Derby both sides will send up three batters and they will get three swings apiece to determine the winner taking the hill at Dodger Stadium for the national league will be hometown favorite Clayton Kershaw while the Americans will counter with Shane mcclanahan of Tampa Bay ESPN has announced Steph Curry will be hosting the 2022 espys He says he hopes to channel two of his favorite comedians Dave Chappelle and Kevin Hart And Philadelphia's James Harden has declined his $47.4 million player option telling the AP he did so to allow the sixers to go after free agents in his 13 year career he has yet to win an NBA title Bruce Martin AP
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Kershaw takes perfect game into 8th, Dodgers rout Angels 9-1
"Clinton Kershaw turned in a brilliant pitching performance in their Dodgers 9 one win over the angels Kershaw was perfect through 7 innings retiring 21 batters in a row before Luis rengifo led off the home 8th with a double It was a fun night you know it was pitch count was down and you know I really felt like it might have happened but you feel there put a good swing on the one in the 8th Kershaw's night ended after 8 innings of one hit baseball He improves to 7 and two Will Smith went four for four at the plate with an RBI and Justin Turner had three hits and four runs driven in Mark Myers Anaheim
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Kershaw looks like an All-Star in Dodgers' 4-2 win over Cubs
"The Dodgers were four two winners over the cubs behind Clayton Kershaw and Freddie Freeman Kershaw struck out ten and limited Chicago to one earned run in 5 hits over 7 and two thirds He improved to 6 and two and helped Los Angeles earn its 6th straight win Freeman broke a two two stalemate with a two run single in the 7th after Jake lamb tied it with a solo shot earlier in the inning Cubs starter Marcus stroman pitched four innings of two hit ball in his first outing since June 3rd Craig kimbrell struck out two in the 9th and earned the save I'm Dave
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Padres rally for 4 in 9th, beat Dodgers 4-2 to avoid sweep
"The Padres erupted for four runs in the 9th inning to rally past the Dodgers for the two Luke Voight and Eric Hosmer each delivered RBI hits and has sung kin bell did a to run Homer Hosmer loved his teams and never give up attitude Did a good job of finding a way to come out with a win and you know obviously the series didn't go our way but to get this one was big Clayton Kershaw threw 7 shutout innings with 8 strikeouts but Dodger closer Craig kimbrell unable to finish the deal Nick Martinez earned the win for San Diego Mark Myers Los Angeles
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Grichuk, Diaz homer, Rockies rough up Kershaw, Dodgers 7-4
"Colorado roughed up Clayton Kershaw and eased its way to a 7 four win over the Dodgers Charlie blackman had four hits for the rockies who are now four and one against LA We certainly have potential to play well We've just got to do it Day in day out I think it is good to have success against a team that's certainly very good It just doesn't mean a whole lot unless you can do that just about every night Kershaw was pounded for 6 runs in four innings as his record fell to 5 and two Colorado got home runs from Randall Gretchen and leas Diaz and pounded out 11 hits more than enough support for starter and winner Kyle Freeland who went 6 innings He is four and 5 First Martin
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Update on the latest sports
"AP sports on day ferry and the lightning are in the Stanley Cup final for the third straight year after beating the rangers two to one Steven stamkos scored twice including the game winner just 21 seconds after Frank Fernando tied the game for the blue shirts Nikita kucherov says he's proud of his team's finals run It means a lot not many teams have done that before and be one of them and it's huge and we were really happy with the result but we still have more important games ahead Lightning avalanche begins on Wednesday Baseball and the braves won their tenth in a row with an 8 run 7th to beat the pirates ten four Gary McKinley was there After dansby Swanson drove him three runs with a bloop single the braves again loaded the bases and this time Ozzy albie sent one over the right field wall to give Atlanta their biggest inning of the year Albie said winning has been a team effort Pitching in the defense and hitting you gotta just keep going and never give up and you know we keep our focus and our energy height to win games The Giants were three two winners in the return of Los Angeles pitcher Clayton Kershaw Other than losing which is no fun no matter what building block you want but overall you know I feel I feel good about it for the most part and be ready to go for the next one The podracing rock he split a double header Other NL winners were the Phillies cardinals nationals in Marlins The Yankees made it ten wins in 11 games by slamming the cubs 8 zero Aaron judge belted two of the yanks 6 solo homers off Matt swarmer I'm a sucker for a good rally and a nice you know double in the gap with runners and scoring the position but 6 solo shots with one single looks looks pretty nice too Other AL winners were the twins and rangers along with the angels Orioles a's tigers and Mariners Modale won the Belmont stakes ahead of nest and Skippy longstocking Trainer Todd pletcher finished one two and now has four victories in the Belmont Golf and Tony finau and Rory McIlroy are co leaders through three rounds of the Canadian open Female birdied his final hole for a 62 and an 11 under total I'm Dave ferry AP sports
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Dodgers' Kershaw loses to Giants in return from month out
"The Giants got a rare win against Clayton Kershaw beating the Dodgers three to two Kershaw only pitched four innings giving up three hits and two runs because he was just activated off the injured list and on a limited pitch count Luis Gonzalez with an RBI single It gives us a lot of us confidence of the team that we have and what we're capable of and it's a really good baseball club over there So get those two wins and get to serious dub I mean it means a lot Tyro Estrada also with a solo Homer A wild pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 8th scored an insurance run The Dodgers got 13 hits but were just two for ten with runners in scoring position leaving 14 on base Ryan leong San
"kershaw" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Patients Authorities say multiple people were on board and trying to turn when it flips Saturday night In Atlanta pedal pub riders are allowed to bring alcoholic beverages on board as they travel between bars It's being called the most complete dinosaur skeleton known to exist and it's going to the highest bidder Bob hauer has the latest Clever girl The inspiration for the Jurassic Park films iconic velociraptor is on the auction block this month But before it sells it will be on display at Christie's New York through May 11th the raptor was excavated from wolf canyon in Montana and has been held in a private collection ever since In fact the raptor skeletons only been exhibited once at the Natural History Museum of Denmark ending this past December And pitcher Clayton Kershaw is the LA Dodgers new career strikeout leader Kershaw struck out Detroit's Spencer torkelson in the fourth inning of Saturday night's game I'm Jim Forbes This is Chicago's progressive buck A 20 a.m. W CPT willow springs an online CPT 8 20 dot com where facts matter For generations the CTA has been a lifeline for Chicago's communities The city is opening back up because we're in a better place Righteousness is in the cause of freedom and sovereignty and peace and righteousness is with the people of Ukraine The news that happens next will happen The devil's advocates You recall the capital insurrection a post ABC News poll showed 54% said Trump should be criminally charged for inciting the riot That's like a litany of criminal allegations against the former president It's all a partisanship and a witch hunt but there wasn't one credible accusation can still bomb up during his entire 8 year term So how Republicans just ignore all the evidence I mean he was perpetrating a coup on multiple levels The devil's advocates NWC PTA 20 Chicago's progressive talk weeknight 6 to 8 I'm smokey bear and I made an assistant to help you out because only you can prevent wildfires Hey assistant smokey bear call me papa bear 'cause I'm grilling up dinner.
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Kershaw becomes Dodgers' franchise strikeout leader
"Dodger Dodger Dodger Dodger pitcher pitcher pitcher pitcher Clayton Clayton Clayton Clayton Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw became became became became the the the the franchise's franchise's franchise's franchise's all all all all time time time time leader leader leader leader in in in in strikeouts strikeouts strikeouts strikeouts no no no no well well well well a a a a loss loss loss loss to to to to Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit five five five five to to to to one one one one Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw struck struck struck struck out out out out Spencer Spencer Spencer Spencer Torkelson Torkelson Torkelson Torkelson in in in in the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth inning inning inning inning for for for for the the the the two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand six six six six hundred hundred hundred hundred ninety ninety ninety ninety seventh seventh seventh seventh regular regular regular regular season season season season punch punch punch punch out out out out of of of of his his his his career career career career he he he he surpassed surpassed surpassed surpassed hall hall hall hall of of of of Famer Famer Famer Famer don don don don Sutton Sutton Sutton Sutton for for for for the the the the record record record record Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw left left left left the the the the game game game game after after after after six six six six innings innings innings innings with with with with the the the the score score score score tied tied tied tied at at at at one one one one Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit tabi tabi tabi tabi bias bias bias bias hit hit hit hit a a a a seventh seventh seventh seventh inning inning inning inning double double double double to to to to drive drive drive drive in in in in what what what what would would would would be be be be the the the the game game game game winning winning winning winning run run run run mark mark mark mark Myers Myers Myers Myers Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles Dodger Dodger Dodger Dodger pitcher pitcher pitcher pitcher Clayton Clayton Clayton Clayton Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw became became became became the the the the franchise's franchise's franchise's franchise's all all all all time time time time leader leader leader leader in in in in strikeouts strikeouts strikeouts strikeouts no no no no well well well well a a a a loss loss loss loss to to to to Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit five five five five to to to to one one one one Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw struck struck struck struck out out out out Spencer Spencer Spencer Spencer Torkelson Torkelson Torkelson Torkelson in in in in the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth inning inning inning inning for for for for the the the the two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand six six six six hundred hundred hundred hundred ninety ninety ninety ninety seventh seventh seventh seventh regular regular regular regular season season season season punch punch punch punch out out out out of of of of his his his his career career career career he he he he surpassed surpassed surpassed surpassed hall hall hall hall of of of of Famer Famer Famer Famer don don don don Sutton Sutton Sutton Sutton for for for for the the the the record record record record Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw left left left left the the the the game game game game after after after after six six six six innings innings innings innings with with with with the the the the score score score score tied tied tied tied at at at at one one one one Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit tabi tabi tabi tabi bias bias bias bias hit hit hit hit a a a a seventh seventh seventh seventh inning inning inning inning double double double double to to to to drive drive drive drive in in in in what what what what would would would would be be be be the the the the game game game game winning winning winning winning run run run run mark mark mark mark Myers Myers Myers Myers Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles Dodger Dodger Dodger Dodger
Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"kershaw" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Now it's been a busy week in the MLB culture wars. I am reeling from some of the discourse and we're gonna contribute to that discourse today, I think. But we had back to back days of just trailblazing groundbreaking baseball debates baseball is dying, baseball is over. Maybe some of those debates were a bit blown out of proportion, but I think it was kind of a fascinating week first with the Giants really sort of settling new territory when it comes to unwritten rules and enthusiastically breaking them. And then on Wednesday, the day after that whole kerfuffle, we got Dave Roberts pulling Clayton Kershaw from a perfect game after 7 earnings, which was a kind of controversial decision. Wouldn't you say? I would classify it as kind of controversial. I guess. I guess it's kind of controversial. I mean, look, I understand that people wanted to see Clayton Kershaw tried to throw a perfect game. I too wanted to see Clayton Kershaw tried to throw a perfect game, but I think a couple of things about this. The first is Clayton Kershaw seemed fine with not trying to throw a perfect game to completion. Like I'm sure he wanted to, but as he said in his remarks after the game, like, you know, he wasn't ready. He wasn't stretched out to try to do that. This is a guy who missed big chunks of last year with injury and one whose late season injury meant that he was not able to pitch in the postseason and who is not 20 anymore and who is trying to return the championship trophy to Los Angeles. And so, you know, like I think that you have to think about what a guy's going to be able to do in October, and that's what the Dodgers want, and that seems to be what Clayton Kershaw wants. I also suspect that if Clayton Kershaw Clayton Kershaw future Hall of Famer, Dodgers legend, if Clayton Kershaw had said to Dave Roberts and I don't know if Clayton Kershaw swears. So I'm going to do Meg interpreting Clayton Kershaw. I'm very sorry if you find this offensive or if this isn't the way that you would speak to Dave Roberts or what have you, but I think that if Clayton Kershaw had walked into that dugout and said, Dave, I'm going back out there that he would have gone back out there. Like it's Clayton. Right? If he had wanted to press the point, I suspect that the franchise legend Clayton Kershaw could have done it, but instead he was like, yeah, I'm content with my perfect 80 pitches. I mean, he said after the fact that he wasn't able to go a hundred that he couldn't have even gone 90. So I think it's, you know, we should remember that like real people are involved in these decisions and while we might want to see things like if they tell us it's okay, it's probably fine. So this one seems fine. I thought you were going to talk about whether a foul tip is a whip. That was the other one that tried to take the Internet by storm. I'm not going to wait into that territory. Too controversial for this part. That's the third rail. We may have discussed that on this podcast previously. Almost certain that we have. I think so, yes, and I won't wait into those waters. Again, but okay, I have a lot of thoughts. Tell me. So I have some other banter, but I'll save it. We're just getting into this. This is the new subject here. We'll go backlog some banter, perhaps. But while we're on the topic of the day and the week. So Kershaw. I think there was a different reaction in the moment before we had all the facts, right? Before we heard from all the parties involved, there was a tremendous uproar in wailing and gnashing of teeth and condemnation of Dave Roberts. And the first thing I'll say is that almost no decision these days is just unilaterally a managerial move. So when everyone is saying Dave Roberts Dave Roberts, yes, Dave Roberts has been the author or at least the co author of many a confounding material decision in his day. But Dave Roberts has been the Dodgers manager for a long time. He was recently extended to continue to be the Dodgers manager, and just about every team now, the manager is not the field general anymore, not even the field lieutenant necessarily. The field sergeant maybe, you know, he has input certainly, but he is executing the directives often or at least it's a collaborative decision. So if Dave Roberts is the one actually executing the move pulling the pitcher, he is not doing that without any input. First of all, from Clayton Kershaw and his players and his fellow coaches, but also some guidance from the front office. So I think it's a dramatic simplification of any debate of this type to say, blame the manager or praise the manager. The manager is just a cog in the larger decision making apparatus at this point. So that's a small point I would say. The other thing is that, of course, I was disappointed to see Clayton Kershaw. We've that game. I think everyone was. If there was a large part of you saying this makes sense, it's justifiable, I get it, discretion is the better part of valor. Obviously, there is a part of you that just wants to see clean Kershaw go for the perfect game. Yeah. Of course. And I will say that while we can lament that he didn't get to go back out there for the 8th of the 9th, we could also just celebrate the fact that Clayton Kershaw pitched 7 perfect innings and looked incredible. I mean, he wasn't back to peak Clayton Kershaw. He was still throwing 90 out there, but it was working because he has that great slider, and he's able to locate it and sequence in such a way that he's now like a slider first pitcher and it's still really effective pitch, even though it's slower than it was..
The Rich Eisen Show
"kershaw" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Good to see you, Christopher. What's up, man? What's going on? In the world. There's so much happening. There's actually no basketball tonight, which is a little bizarre. What do we need? Off days? Come on. I guess so. That should be part of making the 9 ten game as you win it. You got to get to play the next day. Yeah, back to back. Let's go. I guess it's hard enough to win two games in a row. Rich, we're having a perfect show already and I promise I won't ask out of that. I think you should you want to pull me right now, but I think I can still go. I don't know, man. We got a long season. It's a long year. You know, there's still months until football. TJ, don't you think I still have some gas left in the tank right here? I don't know, man. It seemed like you were struggling a little bit. I sound good, right? I sound good. I don't know. Here's the thing is that. Am I on a word possible, Richard? I don't tighten up those questions today. If how about this? If my take start to have less bite, then you'll know maybe it's time. Maybe it's time. You may not get the full three hours in. Nobody steps on their own Johnson quite like Major League Baseball. Would that be a bad thing though if you think about it? And I don't mean Walter. I don't mean Walter. I don't mean Randy. Wow. Nobody steps on it quite like Major League Baseball. Hey, lockouts over. Awesome. Isn't that great? Awesome. Hey, did you know last night? Vladimir Guerrero junior hit not one, not two, but three home runs against the New York Yankees in New York City, including a 400 plus foot blast on a 98 mile an hour fastball up and in. On him, we're showing the photograph of this. I don't know how his left elbow looks the way that it does. On a pitch so damn in and you could also, you can't tell because he's wearing gloves. He had also lacerated one of his hands. Bleeding profusely, they wrap it. He stays in the game and he answers second home run on a pitch 98 miles an hour up and in that you think it's great. You just got a piece. Oh, he got all of it, too. Yeah. It's stupid. John axford tweeted it out saying he thinks he just officially retired. 427 feet. I can't believe the man hit the ball as far as he did. Where the ball was placed. And because we love the sport, we're kind of leading with that. But baseball isn't like the NFL or even the NBA where huge shot, right? Huge shot or big play and we're talking about it the next day and people might be calling in about is that the player the best or that player the best or where is that play a rank in terms of the history or what's going on in the season, even though it's that early? No. The only thing that people actually call in to talk about on this show about baseball or we see the metrics, we see the metrics is when baseball steps in it and they step in it again, even though it's not their intention to do it, and great baseball people like Dave Roberts and Clayton Kershaw, the ones who actually do it. And I just want to put it all out there and then kind of bring it all full circle about what I think the problem is. So Clayton Kershaw, you called our attention to a Christopher as we were going out the door yesterday right around two 30 Eastern Time, one 30 local time in Minnesota on a cold day, Clayton Kershaw making his first start of the season and they put him deep in the rotation to start the season to just give him a little extra time at his advanced age and he had two months of arm inflammation last year that caused him to miss that much time. And he signs a one year $17 million deal to come back to Los Angeles. This guy's going in the Hall of Fame. He's a first ballot Hall of Famer. We all know it. And the one thing missing from this guy's resume is a perfect game. And you know, that's not news because it's missing from pretty much every other human being that's ever pitched in Major League Baseball's resume. There's only been 20 three of them. 23 of them. So when you've got a chance to throw one and you have one every single time you go out there, but you have a chance to throw on and complete one. Man, you've got to take that chance. You gotta. Certainly when the numbers in game support it. Now that's what we're all talking about. Pitch count. And analytics and going through the lineup and how many different teams focus on it. It's all 30 now, folks. It's all 30 now. And Dave Roberts, the manager of the Dodgers is always been on the hot seat for this sort of thing with fans. About always turning to those dreaded numbers that the front office is we all believe imposing upon this good man. Who came up with one of the more grit gutsy and heart filled plays in the history of Major League Baseball postseason play. He is written in Red Sox lore. For taking that base against the Yankees years ago in the 2004 American League championship series. And this guy is now taken not one, but two pitchers out of perfect games with 7 plus innings, rich hill had a blister. This guy in Clayton Kershaw just had what? Time off last.
AP News Radio
Kershaw pulled after 7 with perfect game; Dodgers top Twins
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Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"kershaw" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"It might be a more fun way. The Mariners doing what they did last year was extremely fun, I think, and the more improbable it was, in a way, the more I enjoyed it, which I guess was partly because it's the Mariners and how can you not root for the Mariners to make the playoffs after all this time? But also I think when you can quantify how unlikely it seems to be or that they're doing something that's never been done before, that makes me enjoy it more. I mean, I don't have a stake in personal predictions. I'm not wagering on these things, and it's not like part of my professional reputation is that I'm some soothsayer who everyone trust to pick who's going to win the division or whatever. So I don't really particularly care if someone wins or doesn't win. I just kind of like the good story and sometimes the good story could be someone who's playing way over their heads. And I guess the only part of it that bothers me maybe an exaggeration even to say that it bothers me. But if we can't agree, hey, this team is, you know, doing something that is incredibly clutch and historically speaking, that is probably not super sustainable, which doesn't mean that we can't appreciate it and enjoy it and marvel at it. But just the idea that when you watch that team every day, you just fully buy in on know this team is special in a way that no other team ever has been or ever will be and when they do it, it is quote unquote real rate as opposed to just, well, it's really fun that this is happening. I wouldn't trade this roster for a roster of another team that has the same record. But a better underlying run differential or whatever, right? Yeah, I think that in fact what you just said is kind of goes to the divide. What you just described what makes a good story and how you can appreciate an unlikely team when they're a good story. And I think that there's basically two there's two tracks of baseball fandom. You know, you got your fans of a team and what they like about baseball is what drives their and what drives their interest in their energy is self interest. They have attached themselves emotionally to the success of a team. And if that team does well, then they get rewards. And so they're self interested in the outcomes. And I think that's true to that I think fantasy baseball and gambling are attempts to recreate that. You're saying that you want to be you want to, you are actively attaching yourself to the results of this game so that you'll have interest in them. And so okay, so that's one side. The self interested side. And then there's the sort of more removed critical kind of way of watching baseball where you're like, oh well, this is an institution that I am kind of interested in studying and observing. These are stories. I'm connected to the plot. I'm interested in making sense of what it all means. And finding out how things are going to change and you watch it the same way that maybe you watch other stories that you read novels or that you follow politics or that you have hobbies basically. These are hobbies where you maybe you want to master them. You want to feel sort of a sense of completion that you have really mastered this hobby. And the first one is self interested. And the second one is much more story focused and assessing it as an entity of is this producing value for the sport or for the for this story. And so when you're self interested, you just don't care if it's a good story at all. It's like whether there's great drama doesn't matter. Like you almost don't even need to watch the games. If you could extend the feeling of finding out who won over the course of three hours without even watching the game, it would probably be just a satisfying. You're watching the thing spin. And then you're finding out if you won. And then when you're in the more removed like baseball is a bigger thing since then you are constantly assessing it for weather, the story is good. And in that case, you don't even really care about the outcome necessarily you just care about the execution of the outcome. And so here on this podcast, we were always talking about it from the latter perspective. And we're measuring the truth of a thing, or we're measuring the drama of a thing, or the fun of a thing, or the legacy of the thing, or the memories of the thing, or the metaphor of the thing, or the character growth in the thing, or what it, you know, raised in us to see Clayton Kershaw in the dugout of the thing. And that's the conversation that we're having. And it's great. It reaches an audience with this shared broad interest. But then to the fan of the specific team, all that stuff is just like completely irrelevant. It just doesn't matter. It would be like telling someone who's bet a $100 on a game, what it all meant after. What the swings and wind probability meant or whatever. They don't care. They don't care if the game turns on a bolt of lightning striking the catcher catcher dead. They just want to win their $100. And so it's just it's a weird conversation to be on the other side of basically. Where, frankly, I just did not care.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"kershaw" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Yeah. And he is something like I think 72 wins away from 300. You know when I know Justin in the back of his mind, he's thinking he's going to get that. You know, I remember having a conversation with him back in like 2011 about why he loved Nolan Ryan and he said because the guy was a power pitcher all the way to the last day of his career. And I think that's Justin's mindset. He's going to be with Tommy John surgery buster. That is exactly what you are. You've been given, you know, you've been given a stronger arm that's got more bullets in it. I don't understand why there would be a question about it. And I think sale next year throws 96 to 98 again. I just think they do. Yep. And Verlander, of course, has a qualifying offer in hand from the Houston Astros one year and $18.4 million. The Dodgers did not extend a qualifying offer to Clayton Kershaw. There were a lot of people scratching heads around baseball about that decision. I think that's just purely respect from the Dodgers four Clayton Kershaw legacy player saying, look, we're not if you feel like you want to go at the end of your career and go pitch someplace else like for the Texas Rangers, then we're not going to hold you back with draft pick compensation. But I think everybody assumes that eventually Kershaw and the Dodgers will work it out if Clayton wants to continue. Yeah, a little bit. You know, I think to their credit, I'm not sure if Theo was the sort of the blueprint guy for this, but, you know, there does come a period too. Will you recognize the inability to post when you need somebody, he wasn't available at the end of the year and then the postseason. At some point, there's a reality that we've got to really revisit how we're going to approach this, treat him what we're going to offer him. Yeah, I think there's a sentimental feeling that Kershaw will end up there, but, you know, from a front office perspective, boy, you just sign Andrew heaney for a year, and you didn't offer arbitration. You didn't offer a qualifying offer to Kershaw. I don't know. To me, I'm reading into what this says about their feelings, you know, maybe different than you do about his real ability and his health and yeah, if he wants to go do that, go ahead with some other team, and if they're willing to pay you, you should take advantage of that, but I do think there's some reality here with what they think he's capable of. Very different, unfortunately, for me, then those early under situation. I don't have a great deal of faith, not in his work ethic. We know there's nobody that works harder or prepares more or may have been a better picture over the last ten years than Clayton Kershaw. I'm suspect of what's left in his tank. And I love the guy. But I think there's some of that for the Dodgers. You mentioned the Andrew hiney signing yesterday, $8.5 million and you and I both saw heney after he went to the Yankees. He was awful for them, who was dropped out of the rotation, wind up in a sort of filling a mop up role for them, and he was getting pounded doing that, which is why when that contract came down yesterday, it was like, wow, you know? The number was surprising because you're thinking after he performed so poorly that, you know, he might be one of these one year four to $5 million guys. But 8.5 million from that team already, you know, you're kind of wondering as you do with a raise or with the asteroids when they pick up a pitcher when the Dodgers pick up a player like they must see something in him that they view is correctable, very specific information kind of like when the asterisk signed Charlie Morton to a two year deal after he was awful for the Pittsburgh pirates. I guess. I mean, there's a lot of faith in your own staff.
Scoops with Danny Mac
"kershaw" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"A wrap it up with this. Who do you want to face if you're the cardinals. Do you want to see the giants. Do you want to see the dodgers. I can tell you this. They don't want to see the cardinals the way that they're playing currently so if you're the cardinals and you got one game one game in and it's winner-take-all even if it's max scherzer who do you wanna face yeah. I think you'd rather face the giants in a series because you've got a better chance of beating them be in the regular season series. What you want to avoid though is one game against sherzer. Because she's eats them up. I mean he's going. I think one run against him in two games. This season right. And that doesn't include just the annual beatdown that he puts on him at spring training. You know. i like the cardinals chances against anybody with wainwright on the and how they play behind him. But if there's one pitcher you can name today in two thousand twenty one that you wouldn't want this team to face in a one game scenario. What's max scherzer now. That might be exactly what they wind up having to do and help us. they win. fourteen games in a row then in hussein. They can't jump on max scherzer and give him a clayton. Kershaw moment have you. They can but you you'd much rather see clayton kershaw in that game. The max scherzer inca to the cardinals. So i still think you. You gotta you gotta want what would lead to the deepest run right. And i think that would be the giants in the in the ds which means that you'd have to try to take down the dodgers in game one but you know hope that that race get super close and maybe something changes where it's not on the mound. I think that's the best. That's the best possible outcome. If you're gonna try to predict it should be fun today. Cardinals.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"kershaw" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"On Clayton Kershaw. He threw today out in the bullpen and Dave Roberts was out there watching that and he came away very encouraged by that. He's going to go and through a simulated game there A excuse me minor league rehabilitation appearance on Tuesday. He'll be up to three innings and will continue try to ramp up that pitch town Dave Roberts today saying he's optimistic about what Kershaw is going to bring to them. And certainly, I mean, you've got Kershaw coming back. I've already got a deep staff and Danny Duffy you they acquired from the Kansas City Royals. He's making progress as well. So the Dodgers are gonna have a lot of choices. Once we get in the postseason, That's straight. Talk wireless. No contract. No compromise. Starting this Tuesday. Max Kellerman joins Keyshawn Johnson and J. Williams every weekday morning, Keyshawn J. Will and Max from 6 to 10 A.m. Eastern, right here on ESPN Radio. And the ESPN have 62 Giants bottom seven back to singing boob. All right, Jim. Thanks very much. Brian Wade and cough against David Price in the last of the seventh. Giants in control. They've only gotten One of their six runs. Via the homer mentioned coming into today 52% of their runs on the home run price deliveries swaying in a miss from Bryant. Chris is old for three. He has struck out a couple of times, and that 52% marked by the way, singing tops in the big leagues. Indeed. Okay? Rice comes set deals. And that was a little bit low last two years in the postseason, If you out Homer, your opponent You go 60 to 11. I mean, not that I would ever beat anybody over the head with that one. 11. Swing and a miss and I can tell there's someone driving right now. And they're saying What about the Dodgers? How do they fear in that category? Wolf folks glad you asked, because I have the number. 43.9% of their runs. Come via the home run. That's sixth internationally. 22 now price deals. Off the outside edge now to to to Bryant, Kris Bryant. And she will be a free agent at the end of the year. He's been quite outspoken about the fact that he's enjoyed his time. With the Giants. Alluded to the lack of flashiness with the team. It's a good group, the pitch and that's in the dirt. So now 32 on the third baseman, at least today. Big role to 67 for the former MVP Rookie of the year. Minor league Player of the Year College Player of the Year. Kris Bryant. 32 And that one is down and in and it's ball four price walks the leadoff guy, so David Price on here. The left hander who was the Rays first overall pick back in the seven draft out of Vanderbilt. Last year opted out due to covid this season. 388 e. R a in 67. A third innings is kind of His swing guy, both starter and reliever. Pitched a wave. And that's in for strike, saying I like this guy. Play first and the outfield and he could hit Yeah, he's he's just quietly goes about his business, very focused. Very intense and turns in quality at bats. He's just a steady player. I mean all the way around. Rice is ready and finals. Swing and a fly ball left field down the line. Taylor over near the stand sliding and he runs out of room. Junior was originally drafted by the Twins out of the University of Maryland. One thing you look at, I mean, look, it's not apples to apples translation, but in the minor leagues He had a 3 90 on base percentage of his minor league career. So it gives you an idea that he's got Really good knowledge of a strike soul. Going to hear..
"kershaw" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"Okay chewing on red man. It's been all morning up in the tree. Stand burgers and hotdogs live and for football like this that we're in a true sense. Okay tell me about the tree saying burgers and hot dogs living for football backwoods battlecry made with a duck call. Lots so simple. Like sweet ice tea. Here's recipe way drive trucks. Will you drink my whiskey and hunt deer. We say things like yes. Ma'am in howdy. Y'all laugh sounds better with the southern drawl. Ti top shabby with the roof. Yeah but don't you think it's fair rappers. People who copy rappers become corny and again at least the no no story whatsoever country this is actual ears country music mashed potato nothing like rotten ripe tomato bible belt to the core. We support our troops at wore grand our pre barbecue we support amendment to just about everything is a little better with twang bar. Abs lives right. I couldn't i couldn't dab heart is the is the part that like when you asked me you like that. Little is the one. Yes that fucking no saori. My point is there's no fucking story like it least sammy kershaw's there is a story we've set this up and there's something going towards the rail book and art. It's just the of the dumbest person who can afford to buy an album. Yeah that's accurate so there that's my answer all out. Yeah i dig. It hits for me to shortage you buy me. I think i. I guess i would just say like as i don't know what the history of when country music started like on honestly like from official timeline is it. Is it back in the seventeen hundreds or like modern like music. There's no there's no easy answer to that. I mean the structure of it and the instruments and then some of the ballads get date all the way back to ireland. But if you're talking about her but if you're talking about modern country music you got probably start with both hillbilly music and Black american black southern music and the Record companies split those two camps a lotta hillbillies and black musicians made music together and the record companies decided i think in the fifties to separate them as a business move. Yeah i was gonna. It's fascinating you say that. Because i was going to be like this seems like a reflection of corporate and just corporate entities squeeze out every three can little everything from everything and it's really gross because it doesn't leave. I mean so leaves the artist to do their thing but the guy was making fun of it on within the video he was like. I don't want to do this stupid. It's almost like eating or anything that song he wants to do. Something better he has to do it in order to survive this marketplace to chartres. Smart for this podcast. That's one way while we have you here to keep us in. What was the writing system that we agreed on bubbas..
"kershaw" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"And yet but but our guys loved him He's a great to ease bene- team captain really ever since we've been here so he his sophomore year which is which is hard to do right that he earned that because you know he works hard and people understand that So that's something that you know. Come in and coach balloon system. He learned it really really fast And he knew is like as this is something we got doing. We got to work hard and make this happen so the guy's followed them right Know i don't know if you know what his nickname is. But he's always been nicknamed the sheriff. If you wanna throw that adam you know he'll he'll understand what that's all about that other than he's not he's not a clown he's not come over and clown around he is. He's all busy knows what his job is. And he's gonna do it one thousand percent and he's gonna make sure that he's prepared He's going to be the smartest guy in the room not too because there's a rice student which helps right. But he is going to be the smartest gander because he's going to spend the time doing that right. That's his number one priority. He's he's not a guy that wants to go out to hang out he's married. You got married. This this This spring so he's all business. He's he's trying to put food on the table for his family. And that's what that's what you're gonna get so it you know he. He laugh and joke with everyone else but he's not the he won't be a clown in the room. He's he's out there to to win a job and to get on that fifty three man roster and we have all the faith in the world and to do that yemen. I it's looking. It's looking very promising for him. And and i know there's a lot of fans that are real big fans of him and you can tell. I think his game is very technically sound. Like i for me. Just watching his footwork and going through cutting drills and stuff like that. It's so smooth so clean. You can tell he's really put in the work not just in the playbook because he looks comfortable out there running the place but in terms of the little things the techniques route stems all these sort of things So i've been very impressed with that as well. So very excited to see the rest of his campaign and poland forum here Before we get out of here again. Thank you for your time today. the fanny other any other rice receivers that that. Nfl fans should be keeping their eye on Either for this year future years that are coming up through the system. So yeah we've got we've got a couple we When we got an coach bloom you got the job in eighteen You know that was one of the biggest deals we needed to bake better was the speed and the size in that receiver room. And we think we've done that. Mean we had trammell in the room. But there's a guy who's on the bullet knockoff. Watch lists bradley rosner. Who's was excellent. We miss last year. Six four to ten He's a four six guy who has a lot of range We got some other young guys coming up to that. You really need it but that we feel are going to put some really good Stuff on film this year so that they can get their name out there to jake bailey. Kid from california who played at bosco Is a guy that's there. And then several other guys that are up and coming that are waiting for their turn and now that that austen's gone There's some there's some opportunities for people. So what are they going to do with that. So that's what we're excited for with. We think were. This is our year to come on. Come on strong and We've got the depth and the experience now that we're looking for that we haven't had in the past and it goes bloomberg has done a fantastic job with this program and we're just really excited for the twenty twenty one season. Yeah absolutely. We'll just. We'll just hope that it's a a healthy cova free year and that that's not gonna impact anymore football season's going forward but again Coach mike kershaw wide receivers coach at rice again. Thank you so much coach for your time. We appreciate you coming on. And talking with us. Kevin anytime i appreciate. Keep a keep posting those updates up checking it every day. Absolutely we'll do. I'm there until until wednesday. So i'll keep going until and then i gotta go back to new york so all right man. Thank you very much appreciate it. Thank you.
"kershaw" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"Mike kershaw the receiver. Coach of impressive. Falcons undrafted free. Agent austin trammell. Who's been on a show over the first few days of training camp so guys enjoy this interview Mike and i talked about trammell his history with rice and and his skill set in his translation to the nfl. So i hope you enjoy this interview with coach. Mike kershaw of rice. Thank you once again coach for coming on. Thank you guys for listen. Thank you very much for coming on. Guys i'm kevin night here with coach. Mike kershaw of the rice. Owls mike is the wide receivers coach their rice and the coach former coach. I guess now undrafted. Wide receiver austin trammell. Who based on his first few days at training camp. Maybe shouldn't have been on drafted coach. Thank you so much for coming on and talking with us today given appreciate you region out an anytime. i can help definitely will absolutely well. Obviously awesome has been kind of the talk of the first couple of training camp sessions. He had a lot of hype. Actually from some guys that i follow. I know that are rams cited. Espy nation wrote up a piece on him. And you know as they. They're big fans of west welker. I've heard from austin that he modeled his game after. Wes welker Has he did. He share that with you as well that that was one of his. Inspirations yet wes. Welker obviously jewett julian edelman Obviously falls into that boat And so that's kind of what he's the way we've kind of broken down film for him. The last couple years we we watch a lot. Nfl film And that's obviously those are the guys that we've broken down for him. He studied a tremendous amount. Yeah yeah those are. Obviously great is to tomato your game after particularly persona with his measurable Just i was looking over his relative athletics. Crowded if you're familiar with our. As that's a a new thing that can't platz been doing on twitter but you basically take all the the athletic testing and you put it together and it spits out numbers that show you the total picture of the athlete. Not just how good you know. A forty is or so and so And is okay. I also need to know is it tra- mel or trammell because this has been a big topic of dissension among the staff here is definitely tremble off scramble. Good good okay. So i've won the bet then on that but yes so Really impressed with trembles. His his three cone time in his shuttle and his jumps were just outstanding Elite sort of testing. Is that something that you noticed from the eye test working with them as well. Yeah he he worked really really hard this offseason. With our strength and conditioning coach hans straub They did a fantastic job. Working with him He didn't go to personal trainer. he didn't he he stuck with who you're working with since he's been here In code straub is is amazing. Here our guys but he really kind of took it to the next level and it's kinda one of those funny things you're like anytime god is going in an affair like man. Why didn't you. Why don't you work hard as hard now as you were. You know that you're going to go to the nfl. And so that's always the case. So everybody knows that but he worked tremendously hard coach. Straub at a great program form. All those times were all his personal best. I've never seen him jumped forty inches before especially for someone who's five a i think that's that's wild. And he came in and he basically he had a challenge to himself to go into the to the houston pro day. Because that's where we did it at as you've h. And there was another receiver they had over there. That was drafted. His number one goal is to other than the forty time he knew he wasn't gonna pry beat his forty time but he wanted to beat him in every other every other deal and he did And he was talking about pro day so nice when you go across down to that other school and you're the talk of their pro day which is fantastic. Yeah it just an exceptional performance. There obviously got on the radar of some of our other people at other sites. So obviously falcons fans are excited But yeah how would you describe his skill set for people. That aren't familiar with him. You know you work them for several years. How would how would you describe his his skill set. Maybe the sort of ideal roller you would have for him in an offense so he's definitely obviously kind of how you use julian edelman how you use coal beasley right. He's he's not your vertical stretch the field which he doesn't need to be over there. You've got calorie. You got the guys get constructed vertical right. So he doesn't need to be that but he is a guy that he knows leverage really really well So he can see and understand the defense and know what they're trying to do against him and so he's going to be able to use that against them and uses leverage well and he's obviously we talked about his three cone drill and his is five ten five. He's very very quick. So he's gonna stick the foot in the ground and create the separation that you're looking for So that's what he does really well. He obviously for us was a big third down guy and when it's third and five to ten you know that's the guy you're going to and everyone in conference. Usa knew that we were going to go to him but he still got open. Right didn't matter few if you double teamed him however you wanted to do it definitely. Don't single him up because he was gonna make that guy look really silly. Yeah yeah very impressive and you know it really stands out to me. Obviously kovic shortened season. Didn't have a full year of a based on the stats that trammell put up and just three games. Three hundred thirty five yards six touchdowns almost twenty one yards perception on sixteen catches. I mean that those are some wild stats You know it's it's it's sad because if he kept up that sort of Production of her twelve game season. I mean there's no way this guy could have gone drafted. I mean it's it's crazy So looking at his production last year. Compared obviously you know fewer catches the yards perceptions a little bit more volatile when you got fewer catches but you know what sort of changed For him or for your offense In twenty twenty compared to previous years where his yards perception were were still very good. You know twelve thirteen yards but this last year up in the twenties. So yeah what what may be changed therefore for trammell or your offense. I think. Probably philosophy on our offense is where we are run bass pro style. Type offense we. We do. Run the west coast types system which is very much catching throw. get it in and get some yak yards. But we didn't change offensively the you know too much of philosophy except for we said we need to throw the ball downfield a little bit more. We needed a little bit. More explosive plays And kind of by circumstance. We lost our big x into the season. Who really is our deep deep threat. Type guy So we lost him too injury jerk going into the season so we had to make do right and and travel was a guy that we felt comfortable doing everything we needed to do. He got some really really nice deep balls he also caught a couple of balls where you know he got a ten yard speed out and took it seventy five yards right so that that helps the the average tremendously That makes you makes the quarterbacks really happy to let me throw at ten yards you take it seventy five touchdown but you know. That's that's something that. I think he would just his mindset. Last year was hey. This is this is going to be my last year. Even though he had a chance to come back for one more he was like hey. I've done what i needed to do here. But let me go. Finish out on top In really we say three engines really kind of two and a half because the last game that he played he got hurt And so it was really running on one leg. Three quarters of that game. So it's really two games and a quarter. He put those numbers out so he just came out and you know refuse to be tackled refused to be covered.
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"Cy Young Award winner. Clayton Crankshaft show and maybe No. It's Clayton Kershaw. Could this be the Trump White House? 83333 Gorka, The answer is probably half the team wouldn't show up, so I guess it's less controversial. Would be angrier if they were the Trump White House in half of the team didn't show. But there they are standing with Kamala Harris and job I'm the Dodgers visiting president by the first team to do so after the pandemic a 3333 Gorgo. Why in the world is only 69% of this country say that it's the best country to reside in John in Atlanta online, too. You're on America first. Jennifer Horn in for SEB, Gorka. Hi, John. Hey, How are you doing? Just great. Thank you. Happy Fourth of July. What do you think? The reason is that that number seems it seems low, doesn't it? Yes, it does. And I'd like to offer two reasons from humble perspective. One is I think the media is full of negative news all the time. And so for people who are only getting their news on the CNN or MSNBC, they're only seeing negative news reports and how bad everything is because that basically is part of the Democrat narrative. The second reason I'd like to offer is one that you haven't discussed yet. And that is this. Today's young people and particularly age group that you mentioned the demographic profile of those reporting negatively are basically they've never served their country. They've never. They've never had the draft. They've never been in the Peace Corps. They don't really understand what the older generation does about how we're all connected and how what we ought to be doing is serving our fellow man. They've been so self absorbed and into their own perspective, that they really haven't had a chance to develop and mature into the to the more that the broader view of how we are all interconnected. You know what I think That is a really great point.
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"Good morning can. How are you? Hello to all my friends and Cleveland again. Thank you very much. You're welcome. You're talking about getting policed at the end of last hour. Jeez. We know that Jimenez is gonna be decent. Any. Yeah, I like him. Yeah, He's a good player. I like him. But again. I mean, we're talking about Princess Colin, door, top and player in baseball. Okay, Now, this is gonna You gonna make me say some? I don't believe is a fan. Okay? I believe it has a fit. Well, okay. I believe it is a fan, but I don't believe it is an analyst. People always call up and talk about people's postseason struggles. I don't think that matters at all The baseball teams. Like. I don't think Bryce Harper's postseason struggles or anything like that on there that mattered to the Philadelphia Phillies, or or anything about Clayton Kershaw or or David Price or anybody. I don't think that anybody's postseason struggles matter. I think they just get the player and I will be okay for us. We've seen a couple scenarios. Clayton Kershaw certainly clean it up in the postseason. Other guys have So because I think that that's an overrated thing. Francisco Lindor has struggled mightily in the postseason there, buddy. I'll tell you that. That that is one thing you got to pay attention to, but hell probably figure it out. And I'm sure everything will be fine. All right now, and we also got a pretty solid picture in that deal as well. I like that. I'll tell you what, you got a great pitcher and a great guy. I've I've actually worked events with him. We both. Well, hope maybe he'll still representing there. I'm not sure. But we both represented window company here in Cleveland and I've got I've got to do a two events with him before and he fantastic. He is great with kids. Hey, is a great all around guy. Everything that's overcoming his life. There's Yeah, there are guys who I'll tell you this there, guys who like Oh, there they look like good guys. Then you know, behind the scenes there, not Not too great Carlos Carrasco from everything I could gather is is a prince of a guy from beginning to end, So I hope that he does. I hope he does. Well, you know, Help. Francisco Lindor does well free. I have. No, I have no animosity against the Mets always kind of like the Mets. S o. I hope they do well for you. And I hope that these players that come to the Indians or whatever they're about to be called here in the near future. I hope that they do well, but it does socket. What? What? I was upset about yesterday and I don't mean the languish on all this because I know we got other things to do. But what I was upset about is I still thought that I kind of had a back and forth with an Indian's writer about this. Was. I thought that the Indians could do this in a different time. I think the Indians and a lot of ways were obsessed with the Browns. In timing. I think the Indians have been mad at the Browns before because there's there's people who are mad at the bronze. We're fans, but they continue to be bronze fans with the Indians have been a really good franchise. And the Indians have been a successful franchise and well run franchise, and I believe all that will still be true. I give them their credit. But I also believe in You had time he could have done this earlier. You couldn't on this later. I think that I really do think Steve Cohen will be willing to make that deal whenever because I think he wanted to make a splash. And so for the Indians to make this move now. I was doing the mornings yesterday and Nobody want to talk about that deal. They all wanted to get ready for the Steelers and Browns. Literally. People were calling and going. Hey, I like this sucks. Let's talk about something. Let's let's get excited about some here. Let's get excited about the bronze. Okay, You gotta go right on it. I guess I was giving people the option. I was giving him the option Piano. And I think that that that provides That makes people really not care about their team. Because if you're calling and screaming about an owner of a baseball team or a franchise, Alicia care, and I think they really are they just beating down so much with all the trade that they've made over the because because if you're a baseball fan, remember your baseball fan you love the sport. But if you're not in certain areas, how can you love your team? How can you really fully love your team? And how do I say how do I explain the market to my sons? Now? That's a terrible card to play. But I seriously it's It's a tough conversation to have Because there's certain generational players and I know you're not gonna be able to hold on to them. I know it. So how do I worked that out Like the first Albert Belle was my first Love is a fan, Albert Belle and I love even when he chased down the kids on Halloween. I love Yank my house. I'm coming after you, too. Okay, I I loved Albert Belle as a kid and Albert Belle left for a 60 something million dollar contract with the Chicago White Sox and Go, Dad. Why do you leave it, son? It's it's It's just different in professional baseball. That's what it is, and it's just gotten worse since then. So Major League baseball. I think he's playing people in the world who loved baseball. I think there's a lot of people in the world who have problems with professional baseball, but That their systems their system. I'm not going to be grudge Francisco Linda or for getting paid gobs of money and playing in a city like New York that's Z. That's good on him. He's living his dream. So go ahead. Paranoia. I got it off my sister, right? You're a mess. By the way, I let me ask you this just for this. Are you guys favorite in the National League? You're obviously a favorite of the East Now. You should be right. You paid all that, But are you are your favorite yet in the National League, I I think we're getting there on your way. Well, I would say your wife, So I see where other moves get made year this offseason, Okay? I don't believe they're done. But let's see. Because you got rid of the owners What the owners with his nephew as your general manager. What was that relationship with Brody? Mimi was right. Well, what was he was? Brody Brody was a former agent. Yeah, who was the general manager who had no business being the general manager, Though? Is that him? Yeah, I was bro. Yeah, Okay. Yeah. All right. Yeah. People are upset about that. All right. Well, go ahead. Alright, go, But tell me about your mitts real quick. Well, your top five you wanted, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. You wanted the top five. So this week, Burger King. They announced for the first time that in 20 years they were changing its logo. So they're ditching that blue curve and they're going back to like the old logo that was used up until it was 99. So I was thinking the top five Greatest brand logo's so I know you're a NASCAR guy, so maybe there's like a specific car, Maybe a specific car company. You really earned it to the logo. It was a clothing company. Maybe there's another fast food. Changed the top five greatest brand logo's sends. Burger King is making a change that This is tough. Wait s or they're going back to the Swisher. They're going away from the smooth You're going away. So again. Yeah, There's if you know the Burke he has. They aired that a blue curve back in like 99. They changed it. But now it's going back to the old one where you just have, like the two buns. And then in the middle, you have word, says the Burger King. So they're just getting rid of the blue curve that they added, and there was 99. Okay, So they announced that this week so we're gonna do the top five Greatest brand logo's All right. Who? But this has got this is tough. You got me out of the weeds here appearing on on my I gotta think I already know what I think My number one is I think it's not gonna be too fun for you. But I already know my number one The top five brand logos coming up at 11 20. This is gonna be interesting here. 855 to 1 to four. CBS again. Congratulations on all your success piano, But you being a big Mets fan of the Met's getting Francisco Linda are wonderful guy Pete. Few Tech coming up. 11:40 A.m. eastern 8:40 A.m..