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"kim jones" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

07:07 min | 7 months ago

"kim jones" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"It's been a crazy. Eight months herself is being crazy as being busy. Yeah and i've appreciated time at home and being able to have time to myself. Reflect more of john when you were say a lot of time to research the excited about a very eventful few months but today we're here to talk about sneakers. what makes an amazing sneaker. And what makes an amazing sneaker launch air. Dior or shoe which we have right here. It's like the most sought after sneaker in the world right now. yeah. I've been scouring the internet to kind of see what people are saying and how much they cost and you know it's crazy how quickly they've accelerated price. I wanted to start with your own relationship with sneakers because it goes back a long time. This is not a trend. You just jumped on. I mean most people who know me know that i started out working at a company called gimme five whereas college but before that when a student also at school nyc for me was the absolute must have an odd save off and dish. Dishwasher governed by pair of sneakers and people have michael jordan with the heroes and just everyone was wearing sneakers. Me and my friends would chip into bypass to share them and share parents of have jordan. Fives that were on. Discount in place in brighton that we bought a we went and three as on them now. Forty five pounds and we chipped by them and then we take them in terms of obviously make sure no one stood on them and sick have never allowed to go out anywhere teaching them and it was just you. Nuts is the design. It was just like it was a cult thing. It became colton. You know we both got these which the first one of the first has jordan's in the white and gray which is the basis for the ed your and the ideal thing was really dickel t and i've had a contract with nike for quite few years. And then they taught me about being jordan. And as i really love to do with your because they've never done and luxury house with georgian collaborations. I would take italian at you know jordan with the dior factories and really make something special and exciting. And it's really you know it was solid. Where do you want jordan's that was really how it started as bit selfish so before we get into the actual kind of design of the shoe. Because i think there's a lot of thought that goes into that. Of course the jordan one for the uninitiated amongst us. I think sneaker has called it the aj one. Why is that such an important shoe. Silhouette i think is just such design. Classic infamy you does periods in history. Whether it's been shoes. Come out like this on the air. Max ninety five that just speak to people and they speak to a generation of people for me. I didn't have the original pair of these because they a bit too young for them and they really out of my price range and they weren't so easy to get the uk. And then as i started going to japan as i graduated i started collecting fares what i think the first bought seven bucks in a flea market and then to visit a friend where does student and that was kind of to shake shaking. You just they just become infectious shots at me. Now you just love to design it so joining a club. I guess so. When you're thinking about designing a shoe that has to balance effectively three different brands right. Young jordan has its own brand completely new operated separately with its own team. Then there's night key which obviously is like gave birth to the jordan. There's there's three iconic brands so when you're when you're when you're designing a shoe and you have to balance the dna. Three brees was really like we need to netflix. Because that's one of the criterias of deal is significant advance. We knew the letter had to be sourced. We knew we wanted to have the finishings. Made like bag would be made. So you have the edge painting. You have the way that things are hand finished in the sewing. The oblique here is made specific size just the jordan and it scaled per size of georgian. And you have again. You have on the tongue which is a new technique that we developed an inside the leather so units inside which they did have the normal jordan and inside. I have the numbers or these are the ones from the miami share. Whichever forty has them and really making them for people that would appreciate something and understand the croft now in consumption when you talked about fashion. I'm very aware of numbers and craft being important people. I think young people are learning by nets and they won't buy things last longer for me. Doing things like this was something being a limited number of things but it's creates excitement. There were only thirteen. Thousand pairs of shoes made but there's also a whole bunch of other skews in the collection which may be the as much. Yeah i mean. We've mentioned what we michael jordan's wore jay. But he was because he was the coolest guy and it was like he will seats all the time and we were looking at we made of his clothes and then we had to call them present it all to him which was kind of because he sees everything can approves everything jordan. What was that like. I mean he was super lovely. And i get in chicago. We went to do the don't it was like. I was really impressed that he was to be honest. That's the cage stream isn't it. I guess it was. He was just radiant. He's and you want to keep them the stuff so we can keep it and travis was there and he was reading into it so you know promise travis he'd be one of the people have it and it was just it was. It was an appreciation for each other. That was the thing that was nice about. What did you have to see to the powers that via d. or to get them. I mean they've never done nothing like that. I had to piatra use my ceo and we have extremely good relationship. And i was like. I really want to do this. What you think it nina. He's in his twenties and he was thought it was cool idea who grew up here as per say that was pretty easy to do in nyc. Nike was little bit but then they got into. It was his reading managing expectations of everybody in the right

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Kim Jones on the Making of Air Dior

The Business of Fashion Podcast

07:07 min | 7 months ago

Kim Jones on the Making of Air Dior

"It's been a crazy. Eight months herself is being crazy as being busy. Yeah and i've appreciated time at home and being able to have time to myself. Reflect more of john when you were say a lot of time to research the excited about a very eventful few months but today we're here to talk about sneakers. what makes an amazing sneaker. And what makes an amazing sneaker launch air. Dior or shoe which we have right here. It's like the most sought after sneaker in the world right now. yeah. I've been scouring the internet to kind of see what people are saying and how much they cost and you know it's crazy how quickly they've accelerated price. I wanted to start with your own relationship with sneakers because it goes back a long time. This is not a trend. You just jumped on. I mean most people who know me know that i started out working at a company called gimme five whereas college but before that when a student also at school nyc for me was the absolute must have an odd save off and dish. Dishwasher governed by pair of sneakers and people have michael jordan with the heroes and just everyone was wearing sneakers. Me and my friends would chip into bypass to share them and share parents of have jordan. Fives that were on. Discount in place in brighton that we bought a we went and three as on them now. Forty five pounds and we chipped by them and then we take them in terms of obviously make sure no one stood on them and sick have never allowed to go out anywhere teaching them and it was just you. Nuts is the design. It was just like it was a cult thing. It became colton. You know we both got these which the first one of the first has jordan's in the white and gray which is the basis for the ed your and the ideal thing was really dickel t and i've had a contract with nike for quite few years. And then they taught me about being jordan. And as i really love to do with your because they've never done and luxury house with georgian collaborations. I would take italian at you know jordan with the dior factories and really make something special and exciting. And it's really you know it was solid. Where do you want jordan's that was really how it started as bit selfish so before we get into the actual kind of design of the shoe. Because i think there's a lot of thought that goes into that. Of course the jordan one for the uninitiated amongst us. I think sneaker has called it the aj one. Why is that such an important shoe. Silhouette i think is just such design. Classic infamy you does periods in history. Whether it's been shoes. Come out like this on the air. Max ninety five that just speak to people and they speak to a generation of people for me. I didn't have the original pair of these because they a bit too young for them and they really out of my price range and they weren't so easy to get the uk. And then as i started going to japan as i graduated i started collecting fares what i think the first bought seven bucks in a flea market and then to visit a friend where does student and that was kind of to shake shaking. You just they just become infectious shots at me. Now you just love to design it so joining a club. I guess so. When you're thinking about designing a shoe that has to balance effectively three different brands right. Young jordan has its own brand completely new operated separately with its own team. Then there's night key which obviously is like gave birth to the jordan. There's there's three iconic brands so when you're when you're when you're designing a shoe and you have to balance the dna. Three brees was really like we need to netflix. Because that's one of the criterias of deal is significant advance. We knew the letter had to be sourced. We knew we wanted to have the finishings. Made like bag would be made. So you have the edge painting. You have the way that things are hand finished in the sewing. The oblique here is made specific size just the jordan and it scaled per size of georgian. And you have again. You have on the tongue which is a new technique that we developed an inside the leather so units inside which they did have the normal jordan and inside. I have the numbers or these are the ones from the miami share. Whichever forty has them and really making them for people that would appreciate something and understand the croft now in consumption when you talked about fashion. I'm very aware of numbers and craft being important people. I think young people are learning by nets and they won't buy things last longer for me. Doing things like this was something being a limited number of things but it's creates excitement. There were only thirteen. Thousand pairs of shoes made but there's also a whole bunch of other skews in the collection which may be the as much. Yeah i mean. We've mentioned what we michael jordan's wore jay. But he was because he was the coolest guy and it was like he will seats all the time and we were looking at we made of his clothes and then we had to call them present it all to him which was kind of because he sees everything can approves everything jordan. What was that like. I mean he was super lovely. And i get in chicago. We went to do the don't it was like. I was really impressed that he was to be honest. That's the cage stream isn't it. I guess it was. He was just radiant. He's and you want to keep them the stuff so we can keep it and travis was there and he was reading into it so you know promise travis he'd be one of the people have it and it was just it was. It was an appreciation for each other. That was the thing that was nice about. What did you have to see to the powers that via d. or to get them. I mean they've never done nothing like that. I had to piatra use my ceo and we have extremely good relationship. And i was like. I really want to do this. What you think it nina. He's in his twenties and he was thought it was cool idea who grew up here as per say that was pretty easy to do in nyc. Nike was little bit but then they got into. It was his reading managing expectations of everybody in the right

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"But not everyone would do what Tom Smith did. I thought, I think I heard him. I believe it was with Moose and Maggie fairly recently on the fan. I think I'm right about that. I may not be, but I think I am and it was a great interview by them, and he did a great job. Every time I've seen something from him. It's been positive. I think when you are running an organization, even if you're running a company, but we're talking about Ah Sports organization, A baseball team. I think you have to think not twice but 15 times before you let someone like that go. Someone who sets that kind of a joyful tone. Now don't misunderstand me. That alone isn't enough. You can't walk around like Santa, giving out gifts and lollipops and dancing through a clubhouse and make a team. That's not my point. But when you can play the game, whatever game that is that we're talking about. In this case, baseball. And you also are a positive presence all of the time. That to me would be worth an awful lot. And I would think again. I would think multiple multiple times before simply trading that guy, and that's why I said that last year on the fan, and I feel at least this strongly about it now, at least to strongly about it now flew in a story if you're still there, your next up. What's up? Hi, Lou. Welcome back when it's going to have a real baseball tonight and well exhibition, But you know, baseball is good because everybody wants to hear and they want to win, no matter what it is agreed, but It's big of. Ah, Gary called. He was mentioning He's one to watch. But You know, I know you guys were going to tell the world he hasn't played but stuff. Watch. Wait Blue. Lou. Hold on. Hold on. Say then Say who you're talking about again. I'm sorry, Mr Harry. Call this watch. I don't know how to pick it. Yeah, Very cool. Very cool. I apologize. I apologize. I was thinking that I would never. I don't remember the last time we had a picture with the magnitude. It's going to be on it, but it's terrific now. Thinking about clean fresh. You put up a good point. What does he remind you ofthe play they used to play for the Mets are about the same age that the media got all over him. And really kills their career. Limburg. Every You know that he came in and he wanted to. He was a great, great player. And But you know one thing. I mean, he He wrote a letter. Well, they picked on him like crazy anyway. But right until you had a great fugitive, clean. Fresh is a hell of a player. But the media here they even what's missing information at all. You know he's not playing with the team or playing regular because, well, his beginning that people made a big issue out of it. You know his change, and he and he came back. But I really think that the pressures you know, it's nothing wrong with a guy I think is just a good human being against like, you know, you know people took him like they didn't want to get ahead cut. It was, you know, like he owned the team, but I don't think the way you say it is a great great player loosened so much for the call. Thank you very much for the cult. Listen. They're not all great players, and they can't all be renegades. My point with Clint Frazier was, I just don't think the guy's done. That much that that I would consider him to be some controversial guy. I mean, I sometimes think that we You know, story lines just kind of fit and we go with, um I mean, I mean again, you know, and no one's convinced me otherwise yet you could try on I'm open to it, but I just I see a guy that maybe doesn't a little differently than some. I mean, we don't want them to also be robots, do we? I don't think we do. I don't. I know I don't. I also don't have problems with people who have big personalities would be hypocritical if I did, but I don't. I don't have an issue with that in athletes or in people I meet or whatever the case might be here on the fan. Obviously, we're talking about sports figures. I don't have a problem with that. Sometimes they bring more scrutiny on to themselves, and they have to understand that they have to understand that they're making their way and they're way includes some extra attention, which can be both good and bad. They have to understand that In and of itself. I certainly don't want every player to be, you know. You know, incredibly quiet and reserved and, you know, checks every box in terms of getting, you know, doing his stuff, and he's accountable and everything else but You know does never give us any, You know, flair or personality. I I don't want my gosh, I don't want that. A lot of those guys are fun. They certainly give us plenty of headlines in and room to write and talk. And that's why we're talking about Clint Frazier. Right? So I think, Lou for that call, we're going to take a break. We will come back and Mets talk very much looking forward to this. I promise you, I guarantee you 100%. My first question will be about the player who's bobble head. I have Kim Jones coming back on the fan after this Geico presents quick ways to change your life. Are you having a difficult time finding domestically made.

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And I think a question I would have about it would be this I think Gary Sanchez is 27. Now he's been in the organization since he was 16. So he's been in the organization along time. I would love to know. And if I missed it, I know one of you. Good colors will tell me what was the origin of changing the stance now? And if it does turn out to be so effective, you know, we may rightly ask, boy, you know, I wonder what you know me asking myself. I wonder what would have happened if they would have Done this sooner. It certainly seems like a stance to which Gary Sanchez has acclimated very well to so obviously we know it's important that these pictures have great confidence in Gary behind the plate. The idea that they can throw that nasty breaking ball and he's going to block it. We understand his problems from years past, but perhaps now, Gary Sanchez really on on that that that high arc To completely fulfill his potential, which has always been so great. I mean, if I can remember a player in the system and I left the Yes network after the 11 season, that player's been around an awfully long time, and that include that. That's what Gary Sanchez is. He is someone who's been around an awfully long time. And maybe maybe, especially defensively, maybe his best baseball's ahead of them. Boy, Wouldn't that be something? With the Yankees hope that's the case. I know that. But that stance last night, you know, caught all of our I's and obviously the announcers on Yes, we're talking about it as well. So interesting to me. It did seem like Sanchez and Cole communicate well. Cole does not come across at least in these initial stages as sort of a high What's the word? I'm looking for? A needy is not the word, but, you know, high maintenance guy. That's what I'm looking for High maintenance. He doesn't come across that way. Ah, and I think that's a really good thing. I think it's a really good thing. Look void to me stuck out. Doesn't he look cleaner like considerably leaner? I thought Luke void looked as good as we've seen him. Again. You guys will correct me or not, But I also think I watched the Clint Frazier I assume it was a zoom session. Talking about wearing the mask, talking about how that's not been well received by some on social media, Obviously others on social media I have to believe, you know, have applauded him for it. I really liked. His manner in describing that he kind of had a smile on his face the whole time and and said, Hey, it's my decision. You know, Teammates need to, you know me and my teammates need to stay safe. But he he he seemed I'm very comfortable in his own skin. And and that also might be a player that we're seeing growing up a little bit, although the whole like here's one thing that's confounded me for a while, and I did actually look yesterday to see what I was really missing. This whole idea. You know Clint Frazier controversial, Like, really. Cause he is, you know? Well, it certainly can't because he has red hair. But because he has, you know a little bit of hair because he You need a hair cut at one point. I just I don't you know, and I understand, he said some things and everything but controversial. I don't know. I don't know. I think sometimes we're a little bit too dramatic with these guys, especially young players who are still going into the player. And person they're going to be. You know, he ended up saying and this I really liked and I know I have to take a break. But this from Frasier, I really liked that they played last night on the broadcast as faras the maturity thing, he said. A lot of people have said things about me who really don't know me. It doesn't affect me if they think I'm growing, I'm growing up. And then he essentially said, I guess that's a positive. He's also had a lot of injuries. The concussion most noteworthy and most distressing, although he seems to be over all of that, But you know, don't we sometimes exaggerate this stuff a little bit. I mean, in the big scheme of things you're gonna have to really convinced me that Clint Frazier somehow been controversial. And maybe you will. Maybe you will. We'll see how that goes. This is Kim Jones. By the way, I am coming to you from my home. I hope it sounds good. I know that you folks who are always honest with me as I am with you. I know you will let me know if it does not. And I appreciate that about you. We're going to take a break. We're going to talk with my buddy Mark. Find sand, A K sandy from MLB Network and then After the after at about Ah, in about 23 minutes. We will open up two phones for the first time I get to talk to all of you. For the first time in 17 weeks. I'm so excited about that. Kim Jones coming back. We're gonna rock and roll till two o'clock right here on the fan. Look, people are ready.

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Let's go to Mike in Clifton park with Kim Jones on the fan what's gone. So I heard something about a set Seth Lugo, I'm a huge fan. And what pitch it back to back games? He doesn't do. Well, and so I was thinking of, of, of a trade that would help out the bullpen. So what? So what about this? If you move Noah, and you get bullpen help and, and another bad for him. You keep Wheeler, and you move Lugo into the starting lineup what do you think? And I'll with and thanks a lot. Kim been a starter. I think right now he's much more valuable than his role. Now where if he's going to need the extra time off, you're gonna pitch him multiple innings. I think Mickey made the point last night, though that he was so economical, did he throw seventeen total pitches last night? Let me try to check that. It's always dicey when I try to online stuff and do a solo show, as you know, the dead air is priceless. Okay. I will effort that. Sorry. And I'm not online. That's how it goes. So I don't know. I think he threw seventeen pitches between the two innings last night. Is that right? Okay. Robbie. When you when you wave at me though, I think you have an answer just so you know. But that's fine. Thank you. They're trying. So if through seventeen pitches any did, thank you. So he through seventeen pitches total into innings last night. So Mickey kind of after the game insinuated, like well, we'll see because that's such an economical pitch far different than when he throws thirty five to get through two innings, obviously of the Asli. Let's go to Frank on Long Island. What's up Frank? How you doing Frank again, I think I told you to go about the thank you think the Mets within I know I was listening to you. Like you said, you think. I think. World Series issue, keys. Yeah. But do you think? I'm hoping I'm hoping I'm hoping like the, like the two thousand fifteen I listened to Bouma GIO in the morning, and boom. According to meet me. I in carton, when I'm sorry, I. But yeah, so you're hoping the Mets are in the world you're a little hope that you're right? Don't think if I think I think I think the most gonna go to if they get containable but oh, Frank. I love. Root for him when he was a Denver Bronco. Yeah. Of course, if you're just a Tibo fan overall. Yeah, I'm people fan all of all. Yeah. Okay. I don't know that. I think he's an answer for the Mets. But, but I respect the fact that you like him. Okay. And. I'm hoping you get the job. With twenty page. I mean they permanently but I guess I guess you hope I replace Tony page. Yeah, that one's a hope you're going to have to make some adjustments on my friend. Thank you, though. I really okay. Bye Tony stays up for later than I do. I'm off my goal is to be asleep when the time Tony comes on and my goal to be asleep by ten o'clock has nothing to do with Tony. But Franks good collar. He's a nice kid. I assume as a kid, but he sounds young to me. But he is he was converted nervous to his. He's called in before huge fan. He's called in before, though chose. Yeah. He's a T Bo guy. I don't I would love it. And I mean this, I would love it. If you could actually make the case that bringing Tibo to the Mets would solve even one of their issues. I really would. But I can't do it. Kim Jones with you for three more hours, taking up to Yankees pre game we're going to get back to your calls. But in a minute, we're gonna also talked to Mark fine sand coming up fairly shortly..

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Phillip Island could be removed from the 2020 Supercars schedule

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01:02 min | 2 years ago

Phillip Island could be removed from the 2020 Supercars schedule

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Hundred and twenty five earned runs. Which is totally middle of the pack. I know that was a great three minute segment. I'm going to try to submit that for an award. Let's go to Hector in Washington heights. What's up Hector? Always always always good to hit. Just home. Like, sometimes you correct, gives himself sound effects. Maybe I should. You could do some of that. Thank you. I really too big. On what anti-globalisation mess allowed goal. So little bit on that I think the frustrated is you have someone who wanna say, young, you have someone who had his best year, and you said they will calling Brody asking the right? And even now fused to say needle could be the gums personal catch the numbers. Right. Yes. I just don't get it like why they try to make things so hard on these guys like. In position to succeed. Right. And it and it seems more like wanna battle to battle sometimes even the Guam. The over with they give hopefully works out. Good. I you know, I just don't get it. But. Hector. Thank you, as always for checking-in Hector, the battles. They choose to kind of quote unquote fight. I mean they're not they're not going nuts about it. But the idea that NATO can't just catch to Graham. Is ridiculous. Didn't survelliance catch Burnett a lot. I feel like he became like a personal catcher to AJ Burnett. I could be wrong about that. I also remember survey CC throwing survey also. I mean there are times that that's the way it goes and obviously facade, it was more of an offensive catcher than than defensive. He wasn't there for his defense. He was here because he was when he hit the two home runs in a game. Everyone loved it. There's nothing wrong with catering to your best pitcher to bring the best out of your best pitcher. Not in my opinion, at least. Missouri co last year to twenty two. Two hundred and three at bats for the Mets. He came over from sense as we know. Hit thirty RBI ten home runs thirty RBI. He was not some ofensive whiz. But the pitchers clearly really liked him that should count for something has to count for something. That's a weird one to me, this whole thing is a little bit weird to me. I some point I'll try to get someone on to talk a little bit about this. If if continues to become to the issue, it's been, we'll see. We'll see how it goes who knew we'd be talking about Devin Mazarakis on may twenty fifth who knew I do know this. I gotta take a break. Kim Jones coming back phones jammed, I'll get to you, but eh behind the glass, whose biggest fan just called me.

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Kill nine good news for me, my friend, Susan Waldman. Check, then I don't think so mind me saying this, she is essentially forgiven me for not being familiar with GIO or shallow as I could have been. She did give me a bit of his background because there's no that fritzy about these guys, which is awesome. You always add. He came up with Francisco Lindores and Cleveland was always brilliant defensively that I've definitely heard on the broadcast and everything else is defense is incredible. Plagued with Toronto as well last year up and down. Now, listen, he certainly seems like a guy found a home with Yankees, right? As long as this can last wolf. He's great. He's fun to me. Those are the best stories in sports often. Is the underdog will he's certainly kind of wears that role. Right. Even though we didn't know much about him and he's a young player who you know. Could fill prove himself as everything but and underdog he could be a great great player for years to come. But right now it's just a lot of fun. It's, it's hard to think about the Yankees and the core four and the free agent signings and everything else, and money's never a problem, and it's whether or not they wanna go after a guy not if they can afford to and all of that stuff. The charm of them really is these players who come up that we don't know as much about who flourish. I know again, I'm not suggesting what I'm saying right now is like some. Oh, wow. I never thought of that kind of stuff. I get it. But with the Yankees there are themes that are absolutely. Universal right now. And one is when you look at the Yankees and their injuries and what they're able to do in the face of those injuries. You say, well, you just do. Meanwhile the Mets are. Rosero at bat away from losing to nothing to the Marlins. And having Noah Syndergaard take the mound tomorrow. Try not to get swept in Miami. Ouch. Ouch. Not good. Not good at all. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Kim Jones with you till nine Tony page. Then we'll have an Eric update at the top of the hour. Let's check check in John from red banks on the line. What's up, John? Hi, kim. First of all, before I get to my points. John Susan such great. I'm on the radio. I don't even watch the games on. I'm sorry. But that's just they're so good. Good so entertaining. And I'll let you make your point, of course, Jon, whether it's a little bit of an inconvenience of a rain delay, or as we saw earlier this week, a power delay there, there, so real entertaining in that vein even though I know, those aren't always the most desirable circumstances for them. But then calling the game. They're just it's just it's great. It really is.

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Day care for information, call Judy Levin at two one four three six twenty two hundred. It is sixty nine degrees under sunny skies in central park at this hour. And that's what's happening. I'm Erica herskowitz been sports flashes at the top of the hour. On sports radio one zero one nine AM and sports radio. Sixty six your flagship station for New York sports. Listen to us anytime anywhere. Just download the radio dot com app and favorite us today. And if you have Alexa or Google play WFAN, and you'll be locked into the fan. On nine. Radio sixty six. Jones with you here on this Saturday night. I did not give a weather situation at the beginning of our the program started it. I don't even know maybe five forty six or something because of the Yankees and Sweeney's post game and all that good stuff. I usually start weather because I'm obsessed with the weather, and it has been as horrendous, as it could possibly have been. Now these last few days, we've had a little bit of redemption, with some sunny skies, some blue skies and I at least feel like lively, again, those gray days are so bad for me dude. So bad Kim Jones with you till nine Rosenberg's nodding across the way, the weather gets him in a gloomy mood, which is hard to do. Paul Rosenberg is a very positive guy. So today I thought a couple of hours ago I thought I made a big mistake today, because I got up like at five thirty six ish. I heard the beginning of Richard, so I definitely was up by six with the radio on because I went I drove to Pennsylvania to see my niece Playfield hockey she's an tournament where they're twenty six minute games, which are actually really fun and more manageable than the longer games. Of course there more of them, but that's fine. But I got to see three of them, and then I had to get back here because I have this shift, and you don't exactly know, when you're going to start after the Yankees and earlier this afternoon, it felt like that game was flying. And it was going to be an earlier start rather than later start.

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03:48 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They don't take in field. And I'm not this is not an old, man. Yelling clouds. This is this is baseball one. Oh one. They don't put the effort into it. And it shows every. Every day. And and the teams like the I will say that the Orioles play hard the White Sox. Just maybe you know, maybe a little bit more talent with the injuries. But not that much more time when and the Yankees should eight him a lot the Jimenez. He is so far while he gives you the whole second half the whole hour and half of the play the Yankees pitchers couldn't even figure that out. So it's Tanaka concerning to me because I think the counting on him more with the Severino injury. And I think when he gets in that situation, I think he tries to do more. And we try to do more. You gotta have loose muscles to play baseball. Sudden I think things tighten up a little bit. Nothing moves interesting. We'll see what it's obviously early. Kevin. I hope we talk many times Lear season. I do wanna get you for a moment on the Mets. I will say this as essentially a baseball fan at this point. Which is what I am. They are so much more watchable this season already. It's not even funny. I mean, they are actually entertaining team. Even last night. They come back. Now, they weren't gonna come back twice from four one deficits, but they come back from the first one, they at least gave it a world last night turned into a disaster. But they gave it a world early to get back into that one. I like this team just as a viewer refund team because they've playing their planning with purchase and they're playing like, you know, you gotta beat us before it used to be just okay, we gotta get some runs that pictures. But now, the more balanced, and that's point. He's problem. They don't have that balance. So now of a sudden, you know in a lot again, I'm not I'm not putting myself in the back. This is reality. I picked up on the Lonzo life in the first day of spring training. He's gotta be here. And here's why he's a hitter. He's not just a power guy. And I also I was wondering about to calm suggestion. Batting second waking up the lessees. And and they did it. You know, like I said may Mickey a little bit more open over there. And I also kid with rodeo time. I call him game changer 'cause he's changing the game of way GM's deal with players. You know that crazy. I thought it was crazy when he says to me as the time when I went down and do my usual current in early spring training, right? When I got him alone. And he said, you know, we the players don't work for us. We worked for the players and that philosophy is across the board now with them and they've weathered the storm. And it also shows you the value of of young players and bringing that energy in there. And I think when they get Frazier back. He will only help them. I know a lot of people saying, oh, what's gonna put it all together? But I'm wanting. Yeah. I know I get it. But I think everyone these guys that'll be kinda like super utility guy. He'll there zobrist. Okay. Long is long as you don't use him to take other guys out. Right McNeil coming out for Frazier. I don't want that. No mcnair. How big is. He's a he's a unique character. He's not scared. No, fear. That's the biggest difference. I would say the Mets this year from last year. Besides the little more talent. Obviously there fear factor. They have no fear where in the past. They played scared. I love it. Kevin. You are absolutely terrific. I didn't need this interview to remind me. But you did. Thank you so much. Always a pleasure. Thanks. We'll talk to Kevin again this season. I hope I really hope I love the columnists and writers in this city. I really do. We're lucky to have them Kim Jones wicked till nine we're going to load up the phones. Again, we hope at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six but first Peter Schwartz. Kim they're going to the top of the thirty. Now in Atlanta mentioned Braves are tied at one Jacob degrom against Julio Tehran. JD davis. A solo.

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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10:40 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Nine. Radio sixty six. I don't know how during the commercial break my headphones got tangled. Crisis averted Kim Jones with you for another hour and forty five minutes. Nets basketball coming your way. Then I am very excited for the first time in a long time to speak with our next guest. And that is John Harper who you can see for sure on S N Y, and who can obviously talk about anything in the world of baseball. And we haven't done enough of that today. John Kim Jones here on the fan. How are you? Good. How you doing? Great to hear your voice. I'm glad you're doing. Well, everything's going. Well, thank you. What are you have cooking these days, John? I know I see you on S N Y. Yeah. I'm writing for their website is busy. Yeah. A lot of baseball campus. Next Yankee skill awhile back home now. And yeah, I got my taste of spring training had to get that in. It's it's I think it's you know, it should be fun year should be forty baseball year in New York. I mean, both teams are you would think you're going to be in the mix. So that's all you can ask for it. You're fan of start out. Anyway, absolutely, John I'll start with the Mets only because I saw a little bit of their game. Today Wheeler pitching I hadn't seen him at all on the mound. Just because I've been out of town and busy and that kind of stuff, but way, if if the Mets rotation stays as healthy as you could expect does it how did the Mets have enough in terms of position players to really be a contending team. A good team. I think they do. I think I like. Brodie bandwagon may pick. You did enough to be calling in the favorite or saying come? Which I've written. I think can can can still hit you know, he he's gonna hit. He's not that old. He can still play second base. I do you know, look nature. Moves. You did bring in some older guys can open one Lowry being another Wilson Ramos has a history of injury. So that's that's gonna be kind of a question if they ever do. But you know, they they do have some young guys coming out of Neo kicking hit. I think Lonzo is really huge keep it. And if he turns out, he he's a real thing as a power hitter he bomb today against the Red Sox. If he's a guy that can give that thirty home runs at first base. I think that changes everything about their offense and makes him really legit. And I, you know, I I'm a believer. In wheeler. I've been saying swear, I think what we saw in the second half is real. He's always had that talent. I think he finally cut out. You gotta go up before for your eyes type thing in second half. And just saw the confidence. He's got the ability so him and gar and Syndergaard and they beefed up the bullpen. They have the ingredients there and the best thing I think they a really did was at deficit which has been. Stephanie hasn't had when they've been by injuries last couple of years. So I do think it's all there. But you know, I think as you know, from New York, we're kind of we learned to kind of expect the worst sometimes in the met. So hopefully this year where they stay healthy. Anyway, do you like the idea of McNeil third rather than the outfield? Yeah. I do that was one of my my based issues with what they did. This winter was when they sign Lowry that basically pushed McNeil to the outfield, which I didn't understand. History of moving out infield the outfield kind of looked awkward on that play yesterday. So we'll see if he can play you play there in college. But to me, I would've I would've rather seen them. Make a move for. His name my apologies. The dodgers ended up signing. He was the perfect guy center fielder to me would have filled that hole. Good really good right handed hitter. I know he's had some injury concerns. But that made me made more sense to me than Lowry. Who was really a second base who now is going to play third when he's healthy. But anyway, that's a long way of saying. Yes, I gotta see meal in the infield. What do you make of? I mean, he's a local guy we probably pay more attention to him because of that. But the Todd Frazier injured already type of thing is he gonna be player here. Is there a chance he's not around? I mean, what do you see with Todd Frazier? Yeah. There's a chance he's kind of odd man out here because he is. I mean, if if lower does come back that everything is good. He's he's basically because they got him to play every day and they made they talked about him being versatile, but he's not gonna play. Sure, he's thirty five years. He's gonna be thirty five. He hasn't played really play short and a couple of years. Maybe maybe you could violent once a week there. Can I was gonna play second every day if he's healthy? So Larry's going to play third that pushes Frazier to first. And then it goes back to is is Lonzo the real deal if he is he's gonna play and even Dom Smith is having a great spring who would be more of a of a true platoon type situation if they wanted to do that as left handed hitter. So Frazier could be a situation where? Yeah, you out and I'm not sure at that point. Yeah. What they would do you would just if he'd be guided wanna have around or if they try and move, but it doesn't look great for him starting out the year. Anyway, John Harper with Kim Jones here on the fan. You can see John Reid him on S N, Y dot com. John, I I saw a clip this morning. I think it was from last night's S N Y coverage of Ravi canal. You know, we're all a little bit older, obviously. But but he he's still. Sounds and looks like Ravi canal that we're all used to can recapture some of the New York Ravi canal, even though he's not as young as he wants was. I think he can you know, I was down in fort St. Lucie. I was watching him. It's one of my favorite things as an old lynnfield at myself, just watch take ground ball work with Rosario. You know, you've seen him. He's got he's got the greatest I killed, basically. He makes it look so easy. I'm sure his range of what it used to be. But he he's gonna whatever he gets to he's going to turn into out. And he's always I mean, you talked to anybody that's been around. And he's always had that just that beautiful swing. I I'm sure he's got something to prove you know, the thing last year who knows about that. I don't think that's at the root of his success by any means, he black it. So he's thirty six. I mean, I think the contract and the age could be a problem before this thing is. Over he's got five more years. And I know the metric kind of counting on the idea of being nationally adopt the D H at some point. But for now at least a couple of years. I think he'll be fine the second base. And I do I think he's gonna hit. I think he isn't vision where he feels like yes. Something to prove. And he can be the leader of this team. Now, he can kind of step in now in some ways for David Wright and be the guy that can really be the guy that other guys look to in that clubhouse to lead this team. And I think him in that role will be very interesting and quite possibly very successful. I can see that with Robbie. I'll tell you what John in the highlights last night. He hit an eighty three mph, I guess off speed, obviously but pitch out, and I thought to myself that's a pitch for twenty years Robinson. Can I was going to be able to hit out of a ballpark? Well, he was you know, he was always a great great osteoarthritis in baseball just because he has great recognition of pitches in great control of his hands in the in the bat and everything else. So. Yeah. I think that he I just I have a feeling he'll put up good numbers. And really, that's what this team age somebody can be in the middle lineup and be there. I mean, if they ever get, but it's back. You know, maybe fills that role a little bit more a little more slugging. But yeah, I do think canola, and and you know, I think also you were around him. You saw him when he kind of era took him under his wing, and I think he he seems to like that role now so a little bit of it in the clubhouse from port St. Lucie. He's gonna do for some of the young Latin guys go what a racket with him, and they kind of gather around him, and he court the way rod used to with the Latin guy. So I think that's going to be good for them. Good. Resigned perhaps in particular. But maybe any of the young guys. I mean, I can see Robbie interacting with all of them. That would be it's good for the Mets. It's good for New York. It's good for the fan. If Robbie canal is a good met. I mean, that's just a that's a great story line. And I absolutely love it. Let's turn to the Yankees for a moment. I said earlier on the program the Voight, Greg bird situation. I truly believe the kids would love bird to win that job. What do you think the Yankees would like to happen? And what do you think happens at first base? Yeah. I definitely agree. I mean bird makes he turned it completes that run up in a way. They just don't have many left handed hitters, and I know they're not that concerned about it because they're right there. Big right east. Go the other way right hand, but you still love to have a bird in. There is a left handed hitter. More so than boy. And and the other part of it is, you know, they they've made a point Boone when I was down there, boom made a point of Salem as gonna play some first base. Lineup. Five or six times a week, which means he's going to have to play some first base. So he's and he's the right handed hitter like voice, so it just fits better. If I actually wins the job, and I know Cashman kind of gave the edge going into spring. But I think if if Bert shows that he's hitting it. He's healthy and everything else. I don't see how they don't go with furry just makes it makes too much sense. Because you could always go back to void. If you have to I two bad. They can't keep them both as a platoon, but just the nature of baseball with all the relief pitchers. These days. You don't have many players in the pension with their amazing kind of puzzled me at the time. But and the only way it really works. I think if he does play some first base because he's not gonna play. I know they're they're thinking of turn trying to give you a couple of days off a week a move towards over. But LeMay was not gonna get get enough appearances. Unless he does play. Some I told a whiskey was one last night. John I turned on the game. The Tigers playing the Yankees last night and total whiskey to me looks weird in a Yankees uniform. I guess I'm just used to seeing him in other uniforms. Right. I mean, that's a little one. That's when you gotta adjust to a little bit. Yeah. That's right. And he always had that number to earn. That's true. He was a cheater guy. A good point. I actually wrote about that. When I was down. There was interesting that he he gave.

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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11:10 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Wanna be clear on what we're doing. I'm a big fan of Richard near. I hear Richard every Saturday morning. I'm not gonna tell you. I hear from six o'clock on every Saturday some Saturdays ideal. But I hear Richard every Saturday morning and I hear them on Sundays when he's on. And I enjoy hearing him on other shifts where you know, he's been asked to fill in or whatever the case might be. And I hear richer. I enjoy his shows. So today he was on between Ed Randall in the morning. The baseball stuff started again, which is a great and me. So I was listening to Richard while I was at home and in the car on the way here, then I get here. And I was in the studio with Tommy, and Rosenberg, paulie and Richard turned accidentally. I believe the end of his show into a bit of a love line, one eight hundred commie Furger advice show, and I got a big. Kick out of it. So I just mentioned the Paul I wanna replay it. He said do you want the twelve second version now or the two and a half minute version? I said, absolutely. So with with great humor as well as love and respect for Richard. I want you to hear what we did. If you were not listening earlier this afternoon, Richard near on essentially, the love line, Jenn. What's up? Thank you for taking my call off. This is calling. Also, I have a question. My husband is a hard Mets fan has been a mess fan since he was born. But I am not a Mets fan, and I want to come clean with him. Because I have been faking it all along fan. Down the man with address or the islanders. Ooh. I don't know. How to tell you don't know how to tell them. No. He's married to what y'all evening, I could bear. With is listening to Keith Hernandez starting the games. 'cause I don't think he's a Mets fan either. And. Bobbleheads. Bobble hat. John. I think you need to talk to dear Abby not to me, this is relationship counseling. And I'm not real good at that. In fact, they have a hard time managing my own. I would say. Becoming a mess fan. But I just find it very hard. I only remember the nineteen eighty six months after that. I don't really care. Are you a baseball fan? Not really oh. So you're not a sports fan at all really. But I want to try and get into it because my husband's into it. He likes to go to the games. He has all these bobbleheads in his car, and course, and everything, and you know. You know, I think you know, if I'm gonna get in the relationship thing, I will. But I think the truth is is the best thing in any relationship. And I know that you can't be completely true. Because are you somebody that would say, hey, does this make my Butler fat in these pants? I don't know if you want his exact. Yeah. So, but I think in this case. Let him know. Like, hey, you know, what I'm really not that much in a baseball. So if you want to go off to the games with your buddies or or spend a Sunday afternoon with your friends and watch the games, I'll do something else. And I will tolerate watching games with you once in a while. But you know, it's not my Cup of tea. I'm into some other stuff. I think he could tell them that. And if you have a good relationship, he'll accepting, okay. Okay. Thank you. Okay. Well, you know, this is one of those things, you know, what? I mean, look what I do for a living here aside from my novels that I write and my wife reads them and says, oh, they're really really good. You should be as big as John Grisham Marei. And I say thank you, Honey. So great. Are you the I think what she what's in Richardson? Are you the KYW? Would you ask does my butt look big in these? And he's and she says he would say, yes, he would say, yes. John said, great delightful. I found that very Pete. You had not heard it before. Correct. That's a first for me. Will make you laugh. I thought it was great. Played it. Yeah. It was worth the two and a half minute playback worth that for sure. Thank you, Richard again. All good fun. And I think Richard would take it that way. I would certainly I never get to see Richard anymore. I I certainly hope he would know that we were completely having fun with him on that Paul. You think we're good on that count? Right. Yeah. He's going to be a thumbs up. He's actually eating chips. He's eating chips. So he is not actually audibly. That was entertaining. So we will join both are you eating chips. Also, I've a sandwich. I love I have a Cape Cod potato chips. I those are good was really a really really good. But my burrito at three o'clock will not be surpassed today. I'm sorry. I'm sorry to tell you that. I'm burrito guy. You would be if you ate that one interest. I promise eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Kim Jones with you till seven more than Bobby Houston has a couple more updates and erica's in the house. So she'll be with us starting at six o'clock. So that sets your evening here on the fan. We're getting back to the phones. Yes, we're going to go back to the phones. Let's go to Jimmy and Asbury park. What's up, Tim? That kim. I always enjoy when you're on. And I'll tell you something. At his best when he Lexi Shogo over a little bit into the rock and roll sport. And everything. I mean, he's so good. Yes. China off I ever take some time to listen to show. I mean, why not let you know expand into that ask Richard one time about guy because they never told me not to do it. But it's fascinating. So here's the question the Super Bowl question. And I've asked Jody I've s gelling Evan. And I think you're just the lady that can answer the questions a lot of pressure. I'm hoping you are why would the patriots allowed to blast that foghorn that they use at home on third down on the Super Bowl. It's supposed to be a neutral site. I don't think they did. Oh, yeah. They did the whole broadcast the whole game third down. When the Rams have third down that foghorn was going off. I I didn't notice that. The NFL and Email. I'm waiting to hear back from. But. Yeah. I mean, you might you might have your sources there. But I don't have any sources on the foul corn. I promise you that. And I haven't I haven't thought about it. When I just did not I didn't hear it in the stadium. You heard Paul on the third down went home games when they play the horn thing. I heard it repeatedly at the Super Bowl and third down. Wow. I don't know. I don't have sorry that I'm not. I can't. I mean, he's tried other hosts try Chris more it at seven oh five about the foghorn because I don't have an answer on that one. I truly I don't know. I didn't notice it in the stadium. Yes. But I think every Super Bowl they've played for the patriots. So I think it's like if the falcons had like a bird, squawking or haram. Randall is I think they would play it. I've heard audibly ridiculously stupid foul core from the patriots. Well, if you've heard it every Super Bowl, then there's been precedent that they're allowed to do it. I I will confess I did not hear it. And I was there. I guess that's a bad job by me. And I have no answers about it. I really don't. I don't know who's been waiting the longest at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six and we have I'm going to go to sully. And then we'll get your giants callers in you're more than welcome to call about anything though. Sully in Huntsville, of course, Hello, Saul. Hey, hey, Kim. How I I. I I am. So very happy to be able to talk to you somemore. I'm happy to talk to you. Thank you. Where'd you feel glad you're feeling? Well, and everything better. Appreciate it. Thank you. Listen before it gets my Yankee point. You're just talking about Richard Neal with that young lady. Bursary? Congratulations. Yeah. My wife loves when I always tell one joke, though, that on a honeymoon. If I would've thrown overboard, I'd have met a free man twenty two years ago. You say only give you like twenty years now. Really sully. She thinks she she thinks. It's funny. Well, that's good. Same sense of humor. Five times. So yeah, there you go. Thanks. He's funny as she just tells me, she does she just humor jail and then goes on with their day. Yes. She does that a lot. John ahead and says, that's it. I hear you. What's on your mind? Listen Harper has been sitting out there and Cashman, I think is just excellent. And what he does. I just kind of figuring. I mean Machado doesn't fit with all the people like brought into the infield. I just think they could sit him in. If they come up with the right deal that makes Boris feel like he doesn't have to go with his tail between his legs. Like, he didn't get what he wanted if they structure it in such a way that he has out after two or three is choice. And then gives the Yankees a little protection with some sort of mutual option after six seven, I think they could do it and between judge Stanton and offer left field right field and D H you'd have all the room in the world. So those three guys, and what kind of year, do you think would have in between Stanton and judge? Well, that's true. That truly is fantasy baseball. Thanks sully. I just don't know that the Yankees with the looming contracts. They have for their own. Are going to meet a Boris number where Boris doesn't look like he somehow lost. They turned down ten years and three hundred million. So there's not a whole lot of wiggle room. If you're Boris to save face. I don't think I it's hard for me to imagine that Harper or Machado is going to take a contract where you know in three years with a team option. They could be back doing this again when this time around apparently now, the final numbers might be staggering and everyone's happy. But when apparently this has not been an easy free agency for either of them now. Hard for me to imagine. Either of them doing this again with a team option fairly shortly on the horizon. It is surprising to me that neither has signed with truth serum. I wonder if Harper wishes he had taken the ten for three hundred. It's a lot a lot of money to turn down. And especially now looks like a lot of money to turn down. We'll see they've got assigned some time, right? At least we think so Kim Jones with you till seven we're going to get back to your calls at eight seven seven three three seven sixty sixty six. But now we're going to hear from Bobbi Eusler..

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Six. Kim Jones back with the days are definitely getting longer. I know that's not the most astute observation in the world. But it's close because it used to be dark at four. Paul just nodded very gently. It is now completely sunny right now behind me and the windows are open. Well, no, the windows aren't open. The what I call that. The the blind is not down which usually has the stadium field football field behind it. A blind is a good way. Yeah. We have the blind open as opposed to shy. So the sun is coming in. That's the point. And it is so awesome. Jacobs going to Florida good for him. Pete Abraham's in Florida. We'll talk to him in about thirty seven minutes or so about the Red Sox, which he covers now on a daily basis, but he also has covered the keys and mats and certainly can speak to both can speak to Brody. I'm interested in what he thinks. They're as baseball season is always so welcome. When it comes to spring training because we all think springs coming on the joke is usually on us like last year in April the draft. I was in a winter coat in front of the giants facility talking about saquon. April. But I was in a wall winter not the puffy code it's freezing. What am I gonna wear in Green Bay coat, but a wool winter coat at the.

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Don't talk officiating as if they're somehow above it. I don't understand that it plays a vital role in these games. It changes games. We just saw the best example of it. You're ever gonna see right in front of officials. There was a foul that is called a hundred times out of one hundred it changed games. Oh, and God knows it changed New Orleans watching the Super Bowl. Did you guys notice that they got a twenty six share and the year before they had double that Jacob New Orleans did not watch the Super Bowl they had their say by not watching the Super Bowl. I thought that was remarkable because that stuff never happens, but that community followed through. A true Kentucky Jacobs nodding at me. But you can actually I understand. Yeah. I love these guys don't wanna talk. They they made their their voices through not watching. They did. Absolutely. They did. But I do think that there will be some sort of change. I doubt it will be a drastic. And in terms of the rule book. I don't think the rule books going anywhere. The one thing that they seem to do in some pre-seasons is when they get the rules are going to emphasize, and it messes up preseason for everyone because players don't know how to adjust and they're adjusting. And then by the time the regular season rolls around that stuff usually has settled down. Like the roughing the passer stuff. Settling. Yes. Yes. Well, this all changed with defensive holding when Peyton Manning's colts team lost that game in Bill. Bill Polian lost his mind because of the aggressiveness of the DB's on that day. And that changed everything in terms of defensive holding. My goodness we never had defensive holding until then, but that's years ago. And now we've all accepted Kim Jones with you till six we are now going to get to Jacob and.

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11:43 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That Pete Abraham who is terrific. Boston globe. Covers the Red Sox. Formerly covered the Yankees around here. And does a great job. But anything baseball a hip, it'd be a big patriots fan too, which is incidental to this topic. But he's going to join me at five he is in Florida. He is in the sunshine. And I'm interested in his take particularly on the Red Sox and Yankees. Both but also on Brody and he used to cover the Mets as well. By the way, so sort of the Mets taken in what seems to be very deliberate changing of the climate with the Mets to a more confident operation. A bit more. What's the word? I'm trying to find a word but not use the word swagger 'cause that's a pet. Peeve of mine. Just an operation that is willing to tell you that they're pretty good. But then knows it has to show you they're pretty good. So I probably should have just used swagger. But. So p Dave's gonna join me at five. So we'll do some baseball talk with him tomorrow. We'll do some baseball talk as well with fine sand and Paul Schwartz is going to join me tomorrow. So couple of really good guests a few really good guests. I'm interested in talking to. But mostly I've been interested in talking to you guys in the calls have been great Kim Jones with you till six the time is flying. I promise you that. So let's go back to the calls. Let's go to Frank in north massapequa. What's up Frank? Hey, Kim, our you and thank you for working out. Oh, I'm happy to do it. Thank you. Baseball. We've got Machado Elliott. It's almost getting old that his point now on waiting on the where these guys are gonna land. Thunderhead? Where these guys landing way of ballpark when you how much. Yeah. Well, I mean who knows what the contracts probably not what each help. They get. Here's my one thing about this baseball process. Baseball lost an opportunity at some point along the way, and you could argue now because neither assigning today as far as we know has lost that opportunity to have a really big splash free agency, really two special players. And there we presume new destinations. Obviously, man. He's going to be a new destination we presume Harper's not going back to the NATs. And as this drags out. I think there's a little bit of a Malays. I mean could the Yankees get back in it or get in it if they choose to they can do whatever they want. I'm just not necessarily aware of them being interested in that right now. It certainly seems like both players. Did not get the money, and or destination. That they had in mind right because they signed by now. You would think if the money's right? And God knows it's a fortune. No matter what it is. And the destinations right. Then there wouldn't be the hold up. I mean, I think that's pretty logical and almost has to be accurate. It's funny with free agency because I know some not all not going to speak about all. But some baseball writers look at NFL free agency. When in the first thirty six hours a lot of it is done and just shake their heads. Imagine keeping as much attention as you can on Harper and or Machado. Since november. It's gotta get tedious at some point. Are the White Sox in it with Manny? San Diego in it. If Brody really wanted to make a splash and really wanted to extend. They'd sign Harper. If they can. That's pretty obvious. And then I think some of this big talk and big expectations from the Mets would be something. Everyone could buy into. Boy, would that be fun. That would be so great. Almost certainly not happening. But it would be absolutely terrific. If it did let's go to Mike in Orange County, New York. What's up, Mike? How you doing great? How are you? Disagree with you on the price offer. I love him. I think I think they're doing great. What's the move? They are good. I know. How much can you ask for? Except for what they've got. Of course, you know, why not not my mind, you describe it. But. I've done a great job. I don't know about this brody's, whatever his last name is. To watch my TV looks like a movie star the match. Hey. They're making moves. And then all was Ashley, thanks. Mike, Mike is Mike is Mike is the Mets fan of the year. As far as the Mets are concerned because if all of their fans were content with the moves and happy and optimistic that would be a lovely scenario for the folks at city field. And maybe it happens. They have made a lot of moves. They've been very active brody's been very confident. I think Tommy I think I heard Mike francesa say yesterday that brody's coming on the program Monday. I am almost certainly I heard that. Timings giving me a thumbs up. So I think you'll hear from Brody on Monday here on the fan. And listen, he is interesting to listen to any certainly brings a bit of a personality to the Mets that they have been lacking Terry Collins had a fiery nature to them. We understand that. But in terms of front office in terms of a decision maker. He does spice it up a little, and that's a good thing. Especially a good thing in off seasons. We'll see what it translates to during the season, as you know, because I'm generally speaking a fill in in spring to some extent but summer when people take vacation here on the fan. It is a better summer when the Mets and Yankees are both having good years to me. It's a more fun. It's more fun to talk about you talk trade deadline, can they still help themselves can both content can both be playoff teams. I love that stuff. And too often lately. And throw in football and basketball for the most part. Although I know the nets are doing. Well, it's been doom and gloom here by mid points of seasons way too often. So if both teams could make a run that would be a lot of fun around here. Let's go to Steven Brooklyn next with him on the fan. What's up Steve? Kim glad to have you back. Are you doing? Thank you. How are you? Okay. Two quick points on your calls. The NFL one hundred commercial my nephew. I guess. He's about eleven twelve years old calls me up and says, you see it. I said, yeah. Because you can see Eli manning in. And I said wasn't in it. He says go play it. I played I call him back. And now he's anyway manning Hedo manning was in it for literally a half the second at twenty six seconds. So his point was manning out old Beckham and Barkley all the new thing. And that's why he wasn't in the commercial and the next quick point. I wanted to make and then I'll listen did you see the interview with Boris icing and Adams when he said, I wanna be I wanna be like with Ron James and get everybody. Great to play with me. I wanted your opinion on that. You'd think he has a slow down his role just a bit. I don't I don't know. Steve was actually saying he was in the commercial or wasn't. I got lost on that part. How do you hate ally? I mean, I know I know we love and hate I understand. Lie in Odell and the offensive line made the best commercial maybe in Super Bowl history a year ago with the dancing. This year. I think it's been publicized Eli and his wife. I believe the night of the Super Bowl became parents of a baby. Boy, so whether that impacted you lies taking part in any sort of a commercial this time around I would not now. Certainly we think it's possible. But I don't know any of that do I think Odell and saquon are overwhelming personalities and popular as NFL players ideal. I do believe that. Starpower is not the giants issue. They have issues star power is not one of them. Paulie? Do you want me to take a break before Jacob or do you want me to take more calls more calls? Okay. Rarely is that the answer. But today, we're batting a thousand. I actually kind of like it Hector Washington heights. Your next step on the fan with Cam. What's up actor? They came out. You're doing good. How are you? I'm doing good and happy to have you back. I love your giggle. I gotta say that whenever you say something that giggled about I just love that. Well, thank you have to have that back in good to have you healthy. So happy to hear that. Thank you. Because you mentioned Brody, and I gotta take him. I'm not entirely happy. Hiring for any reason. Why aren't you happy with the hiring? What have you not liked from Brody for the fact that he seems to only talk to his former client has that's a problem? I hear ya. I did he you know what? I mean. I hear you. What are these guys will take less money? Maybe. But maybe Hector you just used a really good word. Maybe he doesn't have to convince those guys because they know him and believe in him, and it's an easier sell. So he says done deal. What what is what I'm saying? So he's writing his comfort zone. Right. So you wanna show me? You're ready that good. Let's go out your comfort zone. They still have to. They still have. Absolutely. Absolutely. And that's what I want to say. I don't mind though, his vital. Let's say. Okay. And good work, right down bravado. The next time I accidentally have to use swagger. We're going bravado. Literally writing down. There you go. I don't mind that. Right. I don't really fear the brace. 'cause I look at the brave, and I was like, okay. We would have raised a little while ago where we would like the free. No, I yeah. You know what I mean? The national do the nationals. Yeah. Exactly what Harper but with Patrick. Within the last few years. It's been more about the Mets deficiencies that other teams being that great. Now have we addressed all of them? We could have had very maybe a better centerfielder. But as hoping the guy was back in at least a defense, you know, some help. But you know, I don't I basically, I just don't mind I don't mind and being being confident. I just wish. Like, I'd say, okay, you're you're a good fan. You're a great caller. And I really appreciate you. Thank you very much Hector. I'm going to get to one thing Hector said but first Jacob has the update..

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I don't do any inside stuff. I'm just a stay. Know like your insight. Thanks for calling. Doug. I appreciate that. You called me balance. And I appreciate all the info will laughing yet laughing at you. I don't know why. Because because because I walk in and it's energy. I think that's well, they're not going to tell the truth because there's energy. I'm excited to move back to the fan. And then you, you know, first caller, I second out of the shoot first caller was tuxedo. But that was great. So second Colorado, the shoot calls me, balanced and the guys behind the glass are like what is going on this Saturday. You said they won't tell you the truth typical men. We don't know. But it's it's good. I really enjoyed. I just listen a little bit here and there, and I just enjoy I get upset with giant fan saying that nothing has happened. And they won two Super Bowls in recent memory. Yes. Not in the nineteen sixty. Yes. As you know, we are generally IMP impatient. Fan. They'll have had to show some patients, and they have especially in as you know with the next, but Doug, thank you. Well, thank you. Appreciate comeback. Okay. Thanks. I actually wasn't sure. What to make of that? But that guy's legit. That guy's legitimately Doug mel's because it went on too long. And there wasn't a punchline Rosenberg's nodding like an idiot. No, I'm not I did research shot at during the call. Yo you were. Yeah. Wikipedia or something. Or what are you doing? Newsday wrote a whole article about his father, and they grew up in Long Island. Yeah. Okay. That's why you were nodding. Yes. Gotcha. Gotcha. We have unspoken language between us during the show. That's what I wanted to say telepathic. Does that work? Yeah. I think it works. We're all good. Paulie? We're good. We're good. Can I take another call or do you want to break or no? So we have no commercials today is what you're basically telling me. Okay. He's he's like why are we doing this on the air? We're gonna do everything on the air. I told you guys you're part of the program. I like that stuff. I really do. Tommy won't look at me. Let's go to John in Branchburg, New Jersey. I'm hearing all these cities and towns for the first time Branchburg, what's up, John? Welcome back. God is good that you everything went well for you. Thank you. What I wanted to talk about is is the the Super Bowl quarterbacks. Okay. The first quarterback is the first quarterback to win. Four championships. Was Terry Bradshaw. And then followed by Joe Montana. And now you have Tom Brady outcome that did. And I'm a Pittsburgh Steeler fan. Okay. But my question is why do they dish? We spent the guy like like Terry Bradshaw who who is the first to win for Super Bowl and mind you to back the bachelor bolts, why did do they why is he locked in the conversation of of of great Super Bowl quarterbacks. John. He is certainly a great Super Bowl quarterback. He's he's just not the greatest. I mean, you would put I would put Brady above him. I think Eli is a hall of Famer based on his cO, but based on his quarterbacking in the playoffs and particularly the Super Bowls. So to me if you're going to rank the Super Bowl as the be all end offer quarterbacks, and there's other other factors, obviously. But it certainly is up there in my mind. Well that way. Works to allies advantage. Right. Because he wanted to he came from behind beat the heralded patriots both times, we all know what Eli manning did in those games in the runs to those games. But to me that then tells me that Tom Brady is the greatest of all time because of his the frequency with which he's gone to the Super Bowl and won. It. To me ally. And Tom are not dissimilar in that to me that gets Eli the pathway to the hall of fame. Brady's pathway to the hall of fame is already in concrete as we now or whatever the heck they use for driveways asphalt. It is already firm. But to be the greatest ever I do think he's taken that step with yet. Another Super Bowl win Kim Jones wicked till six going to get back to your calls. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six after we hear from Jacob Lukens..

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"By clydes of gallery place from five till seven. Kim Jones with you till six there is nothing on television this afternoon, nothing. Is it the American alliance a football? Am I am guys wanna be just pipe in their American alliance? Af tommy. Team alliance of American. Thank you. I was so close does that count alliance of American football. Doesn't roll off the tongue. Does it alliance of American football? Af might be better. I would have been tempted to throw one of those games on this afternoon. But what do I now I'm not a programmer, I'm not I don't do television programming in case you thought I did I don't I mean there is nothing to watch on television right now. That's why the old Super Bowls are probably getting good no on network. All right. We're going to go to the phones. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. I will the the odds, by the way since we all love this gambling talk. And everyone's invested in it now because it's legal in jersey. Or whatever. I don't gamble. The odds of me messing up the phone number today are incredibly good like you'd get a very low pay off if I mess up the number. So that what would that be like a two to one odds? Okay. Tommy gave me a thumbs up Paul's looking at me like I'm crazy. But what else has no minus two hundred. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. I don't understand that. So you have to risk two dollars twenty dollar. So it's minus two hundred right? So if it's plus two hundred of its two one then you risk a dollar, and you went to the other way around you have to risk a dollar. You have to two dollars to win one dollar will. Why would anyone do that? If there's a favorite because that means you're a big favourite to happen. Okay. You have to risk more money, but it's more likely to happen. But you win little money though. Then you win less money less money. Yeah. Especially if you bet two dollars. I mean, you're winning a buck dollars thirty three percent of the I guess that's true. It would almost buy you a soda in the WFAN sorta machine almost twenty ounces, right? So you'd have to wager adult two dollars on two big favorites. And then you'd win two dollars. Then you could buy the drink here at WFAN..

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"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One nine. Radio sixty six. It was nice to parallel park again. It was nice to pay for parallel parking again. Nice to see Paul Rosenberg Jake of Mesa. See you. Tommy Lugt our great to see him as well. Nice to hear from you as I n -ticipant doing till six o'clock. It's Kim Jones with you on this sunny, Saturday cold, but sunny, we're making progress if the fans out though here on the fan, and I am delighted to be here. It's been an awfully long time. I don't think I've been on the fan in hosting capacity since October pretty sure I haven't and that would have been with my buddy, Carl banks on those Monday night shows the giants started to win a few games after I was out by the way, JJ and Carl actually got to talk about a few wins. I've been on with Mike, and I've been on with Joe and Evan and I was on once on a Saturday with Evan other than that. I have not been able to talk, and I have a whole lot to say this might remind you a little bit when the hosts come back after Labor Day, and you're like, yeah. That happened in July. But the host wasn't there to talk about it. So it's new for them. Right. That's me right now. But we got a lot to talk about today we will do. So with you on the phones. Someone took the phone number out of this studio. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Tommy just gave me a thumbs up. There was zero confidence behind the glass when I said someone took the phone number. They were like she is going to give a number that starts with one two three. I didn't I got the number. Right. So give me a call. And we'll talk about anything on your mind. Today. I got up, and I had already I have topics galore on my computer. We'll see how many we get to. But I had that already done, of course, and everything and I got on the treadmill a little bit. And I turned on NFL network. My main employer. And it was Super Bowl forty two. And I thought well, this is going to get me through a few minutes here. And it certainly did. And I watch the the end when I get home. Don't tell me how it turned out if you know. It was actually really fun to watch a couple of things stuck out. Oh, and by the way, a hat tip to my buddy, Shaun O'Hara because he tweeted it was on. That's how I knew I didn't find it on my own because I don't usually turn TV on at that hour. But Shaun O'Hara tweeted that it was on. So thank you, Sean. And I watched it and Shaun O'Hara and company by the way stood out because I had a clean pocket to throw from not always we know that not always David Tyree helmet catch, but he had a clean pocket a lot of times. And I thought to myself. I know it's been a while. I know it's been a while. But what could he li- do with a clean pocket? A lot more often than he's had it. My hunch is I could be wrong. My hunch is we're going to find that out this coming season. Because my hunch is the giants will stay with ally. We'll see, but that's my hunch. But that they will continue to fortify an offensive line that should be better. We'll Hernandez, for example, will be better. I believe in his second year than in his rookie year. I think that stands to reason they've got to get better on the right side. Probably with at least a new right tackle. We'll see about the right guard. Jim Brown certainly had his moments after coming over in that trade. Not saying he's a hall of fame guard. I'm saying he had his moments where he played well. So we'll see what they do there. But he li- manning a throw down the seem to Kevin boss. I think it was down the same..

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"kim jones" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"kim jones" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"We are back with him Jones, and we've got Marc Jacobs here. Michelle is in here right now, but we're doing a little extra something here at drag con live in New York. This is very special for us because we usually don't do remotes like this. We usually do. We should do a normal studio, Michelle and I and here we are with these top designers, Kim Jones is now at Dior, which and you doing, do you feel when you go to these houses? Now let's to a Mark. You've done your own label but also gone to these houses. Do you fill the pressure of what the house is? You feel the need to carry on a certain dialogue or a certain silhouette or style that the house is known for into your work when you when you get in there? I like to the codes of the house somewhat with those for me, that's the most exciting thing. And it's such an amazing. Skydive is just, you know, there's so much to look up. Yeah. And you know a deal was like a gallery before he was a gallery, you know what? Many of the leading autism his time. And then you know, you'll say, became a career that so much to look after see of his life as well as just the cards to getting spot by to respect what the house means. And you know, I work for the house. That's how I it. Yeah. And and how long have you been at Dior any six months. Six months. And your first collection was just the other day? Yeah. And when you look back, it's just the other day, do you feel like you hit the Mark that you wanted to hit? I think so. I mean, it was very fast. I had two months to do this. I, you know, it was like, I'm very proud of it, and I was very happy with people seem to like it. So you know, I just, you know, you get into feeling of right. This is what I want the house to look like him people with receptive to so. You know, that made me feel happy about and you're doing Mentz. Yeah, the men's because the other, the Italian guy does the woman the talian. Oh, they all ch- changes. I can't keep up. I can't keep up with who's doing what? Who's doing who, who's zoom in. Can you? Can you keep up with sometimes preferred? Not to. Yeah. Yes, it's a choice, but when I choose to, I can. Now when you were at a Vitton, you really shook things up with you really went punk rock with that thing. It was very different. My my experience because there had never been anything in terms of ready to wear fashion accessories when I got there and you know, I went through a lot of trials and tribulations to try to figure out what would fashion look like at Louis Vitton you know, since all they were known for at that point was luggage, you know, and so is the little. It was a little challenging for me in the beginning. And then when I sort of found that the best way for me to approach it was to celebrate what we know of we Thanh and bring in other artists to collaborate with. That's when things started to really come together. And of course, I worked with Stephen sprouse to customer a commie Lahser Rennes. Yeah, you know. And so that that felt very European in sense. And also it felt like a way to be visitor at we ton and celebrate their monogram, etcetera. Oh, my goodness. I. Just I, I wonder, I go this collector's items. Now all of those things that you did there, all those crazy. I mean, you really, you really just deconstructed it and then put it back together again and made it so fresh. And so do you miss doing that? Yeah, I do. I mean, I miss being in Paris during the Paris fashion week. I mean, I don't think I would ever say that while I was there doing it, but of course not having it left a hole, you know. And so I was used to kind of like flying off to Paris the day after our show in New York and being exhausted, and then you know, rising to the next occasion and and I do kind of miss it and I missed my life in Paris. Yeah..

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Trump Approves Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Goods

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Trump Approves Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Goods

"Here on bloomberg twelve forty five uk time forty five minutes later of course we get the press conference with mario draghi but not the latvia central bank governor i just looking at that we're looking at head to next wednesday as well these before when sintra portugal mario draghi speaking alongside his counterparts in the nba or that moderated by bloomberg's head of economics stephanie florida's what it live on bloomberg tv can listen to it on the radio of course and you can find it on life go about delay in riga it's like the latest installment of the hangover there's something hidden there for the latest in global news marcus causes thanks very much malky us president trump is talking tough on china again promising to confront the country over trade in the coming weeks bloomberg's andromeda says beijing should be watching the president's comments closely it quite possible he's talking to his domestic base i mean certainly that's a consideration but i do think that china has something to worry about i think that the president has a preference for terrorists and i think at this point it's gonna take a lot to knock him off of this past the white house says it's pushing ahead with plans to impose gt's on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods meanwhile the us secretary of state has offered reassurances following president trump's historic meeting with north korea's leader mike pompeo says sanctions will remain until the country gets rid of its nuclear weapons kim jones public amendment to completely denuclearize as an important step towards bringing lasting peace and stability to northeast asia and indeed to the entire world as the president said this will be a process and not an easy one pompeo spoke after meeting with his south korean japanese counterparts and has now traveled on to beijing the french presidency has confirmed montereau mccall will meet with italy's prime minister just pay contact tomorrow if all is speculation the meeting maybe called off amid an escalating row over a migrant rescue ship tensions arose when paris criticized italy over its refusal to grant access to the aquarius that's been carrying around six hundred people rescued in the mediterranean and fierce fighting has been reported after yemeni forces and their saudi led allies launched an assault on the rebelheld city of who data bloomberg's glenn carry reports that could dramatically exasperate the humanitarian crisis without tipping the.

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North Korea nuclear test site to close in May, South Korea says

BBC World Service

01:12 min | 3 years ago

North Korea nuclear test site to close in May, South Korea says

"Up south korea says that north korea has promised to close its nuclear test site next month and to adjust its time zone to match the south what are kim jones motives part of kim jong un's efforts to show that he is a very different guy than his father that he's a very different leader in that he's comfortable and willing to make these concessions as small as they may be in the larger scheme of things also your un security council team meets row hindu refugees and bangaldesh and here with me for the whole program are my two guests catherine barnard professor of european union law and employment law at cambridge university and james rogers head of international journalism studies at city university in london that's here on weekend but first the world news hello this is david austin with the bbc news south korea says the north has promised to close its nuclear test site next month and has invited foreign experts and journalists to witness the event so says the undertaking came during friday's summit between the two countries leaders pyongyang had already announced the test site would close down laura bicker is in seoul it seems that kim jong and has even been looking at news reports saying that his name spent last week to close the nuclear test site was met with some skepticism because many people had said well hang on a second there were reports that it was badly damaged during a test last september what he's saying is no it's not bodily damaged and when we dismantle it i will allow us and south korean experts and crucially the media and envoys from the united nations security council visiting hindu refugee camps in bangladesh today the traveling to cox's bazar home to nearly seven hundred thousand muslim or hindu who federal state in myanmar eight months ago after a violent military crackdown nick beak is in young gun is significant that.

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