23 Burst results for "Koufax"
"koufax" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And you have an experience or two, they kind of crushes, you know, that confidence a little bit, and it's not something that's obvious, but players deal with all types of performance issues and challenges. I mean, we got plenty of sports psychologists out there, helping guys, but what's your understanding of sort of because you got drafted at what? 17, and then he was in the big leagues in 18. That's right. And we actually had, I remember had him, I think it was an early Sunday Night baseball game. It was the braves first Sunday, and he started and he had a similar outing. You know, he couldn't throw strikes. And baseball history is filled with guys who struggled at the outset of their career. And then at some point, the light goes on, the talent kicks in and they take off, most notably Sandy Koufax, right? But you could even look at the guys on the stabs on both sides in this World Series. Max freed had a reputation in baseball early in his career while he soft. You know, California kid, beach kid, and I asked and snit about that last night, and he just laughed 'cause he had heard it, too. And he was like, boy, he's so competitive. It just took max freed a little bit more time. Robert Valdez. Right? He's not 22. He's 27 years old. Took him some time to figure it out. So, you know, maybe this is Kyle rights moment. It would be fun to see him get that opportunity and see how he responds. Before he go, I want to ask you about Jose Altuve. He has 22 home runs in 75 games in the postseason and I asked him jokingly after the game last night about how does he turn into Jeff Bagwell once we get into the postseason? He's great. One thing you I think you noted this is either during the broadcaster and the pose game show, which I 100 percent agree with in a spot on about Jose Altuve because obviously with the ASTRO success over the last 5, 6 years, we've done a lot of games. They've been in the postseason.
Sale and Dalbec Lead Red Sox to 12–2 Rout of Twins
"Bobby Dalbec homered twice and drove in a career high seven runs to complement an immaculate start by Chris sale with the red Sox twelve to two routed the twins sale allowed two runs and five in the third innings and struck out eight including three in his third career immaculate inning in the third to tie sandy Koufax for the major league record I got going on you know it tonight today was probably the best mechanics have been start to finish you know I've I really felt like I was on stand on top of the baseball Dalbec hit a three run blast in the first inning then a two run single in the sixth and a two run shot in the seventh Williams asked to DO had a two run Homer and made his fourth appearance on the mound with a scoreless ninth for Minnesota I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Buffleheads Are Highly Reliant on Northern Flickers – Here’s Why
"Some koufax i found about the buffalo head is they're highly. Reliant on northern flickers northern flickers are really species. Yeah and they're highly reliant on their nesting. Cavities we have them here. We have northern flickers here. There's actually a pair not too far from where i live In one of the trees. But i think the tail feathers and the wing feathers are different. Color yeah on the flickers here than the flickers where you are out west. You guys have read shafted northern flickers and out here we have golden shaft. northern flickers When i i Went out west for the first time in like you know into yosemite did all those national parks i remember seeing a northern flicker and it had the red red shafts on the bottom of wings and the tail and i had no idea what kind of bird it was like. Oh my god the things huge and it's all red like and then i realized. Oh it's a northern flickers. She's you know colored different. I kind of forgot that fact. But apparently there there's northern flicker nesting. Cavities are like just the right size for the buffalo head. They're like just big enough for them. To nest in and buffalo heads are like on the smaller side for cavity nesting ducks other ducks like the wood. Duck that nest in old woodpecker. Cavities and stuff. So the buffets are like jih small enough to fit in and so that helps them You know Not get out competed by by bigger nesting ducks so they're really relying on those northern flickers.
"koufax" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fellow sports fans of Sandy West here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off way back in 19 Oh, eight, Boston Cy Young pitches his second no hitter, beating the New York Highlanders eight to nothing. Sticking with no hitters this week in 1962 L. A Dodgers Sandy Koufax, no hits the New York Mets five to nothing. This week in 1965, the city of Atlanta was awarded the NFL's 15th franchise. It would begin play in 1966. The Falcons lost their first nine regular season games in 1966. Their first victory came on the road against the struggling New York Giants. November. 20th at Yankee Stadium this week in 1980 Nolan Ryan, pitching for the Houston Astros strikes out Red Cesar Geronimo to become the fourth pitcher to 3000 career strikeouts this week in 1997 Evander Holyfield, bleeding badly from his right here after being bitten by Mike Tyson retains WBA heavyweight Championship in Las Vegas When Tyson is disqualified after the third round this week in 2000 and nine Mariano Rivera earns his 5/100 saying. Becoming the second reliever to reach the milestone, and the New York Yankees beat the Mets 42 for a Subway series sweep. And this week in 2019, the Brooklyn Nets load up on elite NBA talent on the first day of free agency, signing Kevin Durant from Golden State, Kyrie Irving from Boston and DeAndre Jordan from the New York Knicks. And that's just some of what happened this week in sports history. The weekend sports Time capsule on my Heart radio. If I am.
"koufax" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"They weren't playing for the money, right? I mean, that That was certainly a thing with many I want was lucky enough. This is probably the most amazing day I've ever been able to spend in my professional career. Was lucky to produce a panel. This was in Cincinnati in 2015 for the Major League Baseball All Star game. We did a panel for MLB network and it was really nice. Henry Aaron, Sandy Koufax and Johnny Bench in a room just the four of them and Bob Costas narrated a conversation with them and You know, the conversation was free flowing and absolutely incredible. I think I was. I was one of you know, six other people in the room to witness that conversation, which was absolutely as a baseball geek, one of the coolest things you could ever imagine in your life. But the conversation often turned to the fact that they had to Find other ways to make money later in life, which is why autographs was such an issue to this day for someone like Sandy Koufax, right? It wasn't about the money like it is today, and these guys would all have hundreds of millions of dollars in today's times. You did also spend some time with Hank Aaron himself in making the movie And when I see him interviewed over the years and heard him speak the word that Comes to mind for me from the outside looking in. It is dignified. He just seemed a man who carried himself with a lot of dignity. But what was your personal experience with with Hank Aaron? You know one on one. Henry. Did you find the perfect work? On guy. I would be remiss if I didn't mention his wife, Billy Aaron, as well and by the way condolences T o You know, everybody in that family, but especially the Billy I mean. I Billy Wasson. The enemy of class. We were a production crew in the home of a legend. That is not always the most well received thing in the world and Billy put out a place for us. You know, Here's some chicken, right, guys? I mean, Billy was absolutely lovely and dignified and an incredible host. And you know, Henry, let us then. Six hours in his home in a personal home. Um, it was It was really just an amazing day. And you know, every interaction that I had, In fact, I think really Good way to look at it. We had on our crew. Our main VP for that film was a gentleman named out on to who you might know, Robin and hey was the only of our crew the only DP who is African American. And after the film wrap Henry and set him a personal note. He autographed picture and said, You know, to Alex on you from Henry Aaron, you know, thanks for making this film and really just think that gesture alone, not asked for unprompted sort of epitomizes the class and dignity that someone like Mr Aaron has It was obviously a story worth telling. Then, now and forever as Henry. Hank Aaron, Um, legend died yesterday at the age of 86. Josh really appreciate you coming on and helping to, you know, I think illuminated to some people who obviously didn't see him in real time. Just what he went through how good he was and what You know his life and legacy in the game will meet. My pleasure, Robin, I hopefully we get to talk and maybe get together at one point in better time coming down the road. Robin, it's It's so great. It's been an honor to be on your show. I wish you nothing but the best buddy..
"koufax" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The New York Giants they play Monday night against the Buccaneers. And the Los Angeles charges who played Denver on Sunday. This is something we've gotten used to. At the very beginning of the season. My first thought was always that game in jeopardy. Now we're gonna have to hear a lot more before we wonder if the game is in jeopardy. I also it does occur to me considering the discussion we just had about Justin Turner. Whether my first reaction when I hear that a person has tested positive for the Corona virus should be is their game going to get played this weekend? That is where we've gotten, and I suppose on some level that's good news. But the overwhelming majority of these people are fine and they're going to be fine. It does not mean that they shouldn't be taken seriously. It does not mean that all of them are going to be fine. And there are real concerns will see. At this moment. It appears both those games are going to be played until we hear further about it. Greeting with you. Presented by progressive insurance and progressive, they're making things even easier. They'll help you Bundle your home and car insurance together so you can save on both. Learn more progressive dot com or call 1 800 progressive. Okay. I told you that I would take a side. In what has become I think one of the loudest debates in sports And that is in the wake of the way the World Series ended the other night. Not when Justin Turner was on the field, but well before that. When Blake Snell was pulled after 73 pitches. Didn't get a chance to be Sandy Koufax or Bob Gibson. Instead, his team surrendered the lead and they lost. Question about analytics got loud people are all of a sudden deciding analytics are going to be the death knell of baseball and maybe sports as we know them, And I will say this. There are two completely separate discussions to be had. One of them is about whether analytics are bad for sports because they take the fun away from it because the things they make teams do make the game's less appealing. That is one very legitimate conversation. The other is about whether they are the best way to win. The second one is easy, So let's start with that. If you don't think Analytics are a useful tool and winning games in sports. And what you should do. Is you should when you go to the racetrack, you should just pick horses based upon which one you think is the prettiest. Or which one's name appeals to you the most You should disregard everything else you might find in a racing form. Even better. You should pick stocks based upon how much you like the names of the companies or how many letters there are in the name or if you've ever heard of them before. Disregard information that might help you make an informed decision. You wouldn't do that. Because you're not an idiot. And neither are the people running sports teams and making decisions. Analytics are a great example of something that has turned into a hot button topic because we've attached ah fancy or frightening word to a very simple concept Analytics are just the things that have happened. Atul. They are They're just telling you what's happened. In the past, this has happened. Use that information to make your decisions. This is generally speaking, what becomes Of This circumstance act accordingly. That's what analytics tell you. And if you ignore that With all due respect, you're an idiot. So when you go play blackjack. If you are at a table with someone when you're playing blackjack. And that person has 16. And the dealer has a king and this is the very beginning of the shoe and that person sticks get up and walk away from the table. Just leave. You don't want to play at a table with that person. Because you're just going to be frustrated all night. Because they're getting it wrong. That's not how you play blackjack. That's not how you tilt the odds as close as you possibly can to being in your favor. They're never going to be in your favor. If you could tell the odds and black Jack to being in your favor, and they wouldn't have all those huge buildings in Las Vegas. You can only get them to 48% or something like that in your favor. And so the house winds 52% of the time they don't mind you winning. You're 48. They won't let you win 50. So in sports. This is the way these things go. I said it yesterday. I'll say it again. Kevin Cash, saw the data. He knew the information and he did. He made the right decision based upon the information. Now, if you have 16 and the dealer is a king, and you get an eight, it doesn't mean you did the wrong thing. The right thing doesn't work every time. Do you know why? Because nothing works every time. You make the best decision based upon the information. Now. Is there a little bit of this? That is an art and not a science, of course. Of course, the manager could look at the picture and say This looks different to me. This is an outlier. If when I do it by my numbers if the analytics dictate that I do it a certain way. And if I do it that way, it will work 60% of the time. That means there's the other 40%. You can bet on the other 40% if you want to. The point is just bear in mind. You're going against what the numbers dictate is the smartest decision. So I'm not sitting here. I'm telling you, he made the right decision. Obviously, the right decision is the one that works. But I'm telling you if faced with that decision, in the absence of having seen it happened, he would do it again. And he wasn't wrong. It wasn't wrong. Now. As far as whether it has a positive or negative impact on the sports that we love. That's an entirely different question, because there's no science involved in that. I would argue of the three sports that I follow the most closely that this has impacted. It has had a negative effect on basketball. It has had a devastating effect on baseball. And has had a positive effect on football. Effect on football is The analytics Tell.
"koufax" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For Walker Buehler. 10 strikeouts for Bueller over six innings three hits 93 pitches Buster. That was an amazing performance in his second World Series Start two for two now the other one a couple of years ago. And casting because he basically lived every October in the post season with the Dodgers. He's last night starts in the postseason, a one point to a T R a 68 strikeouts in 49 a third innings and he's only 26 years old. How about some of the history that, he said tonight? First in World Series history, 10 strikeouts and six or fewer innings? Seventh Dodgers pitcher with 10 strikeouts in a World Series game. Sandy Koufax did it three times, You pointed out, he just turned 26 in July. The bulk of his career is yet to come. And he is already like so many of these young outstanding Dodgers already paying huge dividends in big spots. You almost can't anticipate that during his career. He's gonna break a lot of records on the pitching side for the same reason Derek Jeter did on the hitting side because you're going to get a lot of opportunities. All right, so the bullpen from there Blake trying and pitched the seventh, Bruce Target Graterol, the eighth and Kenley Jansen and the ninth. It was almost nine up nine down Arosa. Raina had a home run with two outs in the ninth inning. Dodgerssix Tampa Bay to told you about Mookie Betts, who had another couple of stolen bases a couple more hits, including an R B. I single. He is at the podium with the media in Arlington, Texas. I mean, obviously, you're tryingto win every game, but we knew we had a tough task. You know, with Morton on the mound. So we just tried to scratch across a couple runs with some person. Good swings on some pitches. He left out over the plate. And then we did a good job grinding today. Yeah, I mean, it's not always about driving the ball. I think we've proven that we can do that. Then we've proven that we can take our singles, too. You know, there's a time and place T do both. And I think we've done a good job and kind of putting pride and what not to decide, and the long ball to the side and just kind of playing pepper. You know that sometimes that's AH, That's the way to play the game. Dodgers buster do that so well from one denying we talked about from one being Mookie Betts. Toe. Austin Barnes at number nine and they were very aggressive and very successful against Charlie Morton right from the start tonight. Yeah, the depth in their line of really coming to play. It was interesting listening to Mookie right there. It was, like he's citing all the cliches right out of Bull Durham. Take it one day at a time trying to help win a ball game and given the Dodgers postseason history last two year 32 years I I don't blame him like that's the mode. You have to stay in. When you're just a couple of wins away from winning the World Series. It is pretty remarkable and it seems like it's a different hero every night and I think I'd have to be very thrilled. They don't want to give up the euro's arrange a home run in the ninth inning, but For his top three bullpen guys to have not pitched yet, and basically nearly go nine up, nine down. That has to be a huge, successful night all the way around for the Dodgers. And especially when it comes to Kenley Jansen. You know, we saw this toward the end of the national championship Series where you could see his cutter improving and I don't know what the adjustment is that he and Mark Pryor made in the bullpen work or what? Ken Lease. Mindset has been with that pitch. But the quality of it tonight was remarkable. It was like a Mariano Rivera cutter with the movement it had thrown from 93 to 95 Miles an hour. You think there's some surprise at all? Even from the Dodgers coaches, at least how he's turned the corner so quickly here it has become kind of the kennel Leopold again. I do, because I know that in mid September, Cassie there was legitimate concern about whether or not he is is stuff was going to come back. You know, in the past, he had times when his performance wasn't good, but generally speaking this stuff was there this September, the stuff disappeared. Well, guess what? As we come to stretch here In the late October that cutter is back. The stuff is back for Kenley Jansen. Jansen pitched the ninth inning and Bueller six innings. One run three hits. 10 strikeouts Dodgers with the game to win final score of six to over the Rays to go up two games to one in this best of seven world. Siri's Game four is coming up tomorrow night. Buster and I will take a look at that as we continue here on baseball tonight. This is the World Series on ESPN Radio and the ESPN..
"koufax" Discussed on KCRW
"Roger, it's David. Great. How you doing? I'm calling to wish you and well happy birthday. Thanks. I had a shoe full this morning, but I'm over. You had a tooth post. Happy birthday there. Thank God. How you feeling about this birthday? Well, that seems so since tree had the script celebration and main once in advance that just goes on forever. But there's another thing has come up, which is on my birthday. As on Russia, Shana And believe me, I know range friends of on jurors. Friends of mine. Good from celebrates its every year without your friends, but some of them called the other day and said that they were made from the birthday. And through this year's gonna call Rajesh Rajesh Jonah. There, Enough Look, The greatest year of my childhood was Sandy Koufax. And the great thing about him is that he that he wouldn't pitch on Janki Poor Remember that? Yeah. And then everybody said that I knew was saying, What is young? Poor Theo the day of forgiveness, but I and repentance, So have you been looking forward to this birthday or dreading it? Well, sure. I've been looking forward to it, but it keeps on keeps going on. I'm gonna do a bunch of different zooms and meetings and gatherings, and it's been various Rita. I've had wonderful messages from people. Old old friends and colleagues and people have barely know and from strangers as well. So I'm very charges versus sure know, too may. Well, we're gathering the staff on Friday afternoon, and we're gonna all zoom toast. You wish. I wish it were at my place in a big party with lots of champagne, but a cz. They terribly say all the time. Now it is what it is. I know. Yeah, Absolutely. Yeah. Well, Roger, I just have to tell you I'm sending love from everybody at WNYC. Everybody from the New York er wi I I You know we love you. But what can I say? Thank you. Thank you. Thank you Happy Rochon affects a man..
"koufax" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Gale Sayers, one of the greats, as you said, and that's Ah, They've played it a million times The six touchdown game. He's absolutely electric in that game. Very cool. So check it out. I did that. By the way, I want to go back to the projector. So you're watching film early? You were eight. Yeah, you know. Well, I mean, we didn't You know they would have, you know they would have Ah, NFL game of the week would come on or something. And it was before even you know, this week in pro football? Well, they actually had that in the A F L But, yeah, I mean, it was Super Bowl too. I watched a zillion times and Gail, say are those the two that I got? I got more later. But the sailors one Because, you know, living in buffalo O. J was just there. And I thought Hodgins pretty good. But who's this guy number 40? Wow is And it's not just that he was exciting. He was He was phantom. Have you honestly? Jim Brown's Jim Brown. And you know what I think? O J. But I mean, if you were having a team and you know, it's the Hall of Fame's gonna play a game. I don't know how you don't pick else. Ayer's is the halfback. I don't mean he's that good of a player. In every way you could throw a charm. O J wasn't great. Catching the ball out of the backfield. He got better in 75. He was not a great sailors, Wass and sailors returned plants. O J Did. He did return kicks his rookie year, but they stopped doing that later. I don't want to get him hurt. But you know, you probably wouldn't do that today because you made a gale Sayers played in the NFL today. My Lord. You know he'd make, you know, high speed running back in the lead by far, but it wasn't just excitement. You know, very Sanders was exciting, but he also lost more yards than anybody in the history of the league. He went backwards a lot. On SE has never played on great team seeing Butkus together, but Hey, was that good of a player? I mean, he's just a pure Skase. Sandy Koufax. These these these Sandy Koufax version of Of football. I mean, Sandy Koufax is arguably the greatest left handed pitcher of all time in his career numbers don't rank with other people. But when he was Me and injuries before and later when he was right. He was as good as theirs ever been, And when you know Gale Sayers before the knee injury Jesus good as anybody's ever been, and probably better. We'll get it. Everything will set up the guest list coming up next deployment. As you said less in an hour from right now, 11 o'clock a lot of things to talk about. He has great respect of, obviously on Gale Sayers. What the 40 Niners are going through from an injury perspective. All of Kyle Shanahan will give you that as well. He spoke this morning and gave us a lot of interesting news. Some good Mostly bad, but we'll do that coming up Dennis Brown as well. And Richard will. You will tell you all about that? Set everything up next. Thanks for joining us Pop in London on Wednesday. Only here on the SportsCenter pop and one to the house. Your house listeningto, the sports leader.
"koufax" Discussed on KTOK
"Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Sandy Koufax throws his fourth career no hitter and his first perfect game in a one Nothing win over the Chicago Cubs at Dodger Stadium, jumping ahead today in 1990 at the U. S Open in men's tennis 19 year old Pete Sampras. Wins his first Grand Slam title, and he beats fellow American Andre Agassi. 646362 Sampras becomes the youngest male US Open winner and today in 2018. The Green Bay Packers start their 1/100 season with an historic 24 23 comeback win over the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. It was the first ever Packer recovery from 17 points after the third quarter. It was 20 to 3 to start the fourth Now. You know today in sports history on I Heart radio reminds me I used to work at a light rock radio station Rianna guy Did he Did the love song? Show it. This was one of his themes. Beautiful sounds to do beautiful things to each other by name or 1000. Leigh Matthews. Katie. Okay, not come. Cold Front is making its way through right now, and temperatures are beginning to drop Roy. Our things in Uganda. I don't know. I'm in here. Listen to you. Okay? That's good for you. I don't care what's going on out there warm in here. In any case, I'm calling because I'm not here About two weeks ago, I saw Sean Hannity did something. Said something and then he did it again today, and I thought the first time is just a mistake. Today. It was the exact same and I thought, well look. Att shocked. You know, a number of years ago they had the Democratic may have been Obama that tried to make that derogatory statement about deplorable Americans that cling to their God, their guns Bible in their religion. And then act ever since then, Sean would do it as a point of pride that Yeah, we're there for those deplorables. We clear, probie viable in our religions, you know, and He's two weeks ago and then today on his show. He said. Yeah, we're the little portable American. They cling to their their God, their Bible and the religion. I don't think you left out guns on purpose. I think he just did. He did, Lee. I'm telling you, you had to hear it. Okay, so So now you're saying Sean is anti gun. I'm saying that for some reason, because there was no longer mentioning that in that little phrase that he is. Okay, well, I got to tell you, I got to tell you, Shawn is not very sharp. Okay, well, this was going to bring me to my second half will hammer of Fox News. He was right. He was giving the news. I don't know if it's yesterday or the day before. I was watching it on my desk. And and he said, Yeah, I said, you know that. That's just just like George Floyd, who was shot dead by the police. Now I'll give you that because I've heard both He and Reasoner do the same thing. And as we both know, you know, George Floyd was not shot to death by the place created. Yeah, you know, for some reason, because, well, it was the drugs or positional fixation or whatever. But you know that that's the line that's been put out by BLM and and all those people initially he was done in by the police. Yes, just it goes to show you You know, we supposed to have a team? Well, guess what. Our team sucks. Well, Roy, I'll give you the Fox news Gaffs but day and I don't want to slam Sean Hannity too terribly. But I mean, as far as being a broadcaster, Sean isn't very good. I'm telling you, he's he repeats the same things over and over again. He's got catchphrases. Apple Yazoo. He's got crutches out the year, so I don't think he could time something properly if he if I had a gun His head. So the first time I gave it to him, you know, he just made a mistake. The second time today it was exactly the same. I have an excellent memory. It was exactly the same. The pause. And everything. So you may have been listening to a recording. He may have recorded it from his house because a lot. He's doing a lot of that, too. He's doing a lot of pre production now from his house because he's only phone in it and he's he's given his TV show most of the most of the attention most of his, and I don't disagree with you on the other aspects. Roy I'm just saying, Don't take anything Shawn does too seriously because again is He does what benefits Shawn? So I like Sean. I've had nice conversations with him on the phone. But there are certain somethings I hear him say and some things I see him doing like, really. And if that's that's really the way you are on the way you feel, then you're not that bright. But I can't talk to that. He's making the millions of dollars and I'm actually I got to tell you. I'm happier here than I would be in show I never wanted out of my career. Sean Hannity career I never wanted to Rush Limbaugh career. I would much rather be the big fish in a little pond. I never wanted the responsibility and and the non one on one communication that it takes to run a national show. Because you can't keep people in California happy with the same thing you're saying about keeping people in Michigan happy and I wouldn't be able to say things that I can say on this programme in this area. Oklahoma City if if if it were a national program, and I would never want that at all. I guess I'm not one of these guys that.
"koufax" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"They one thirty seven hundred twenty one runs batted in the first inning one two three the way it is right Jerry Koosman likes decide on left hand batters Mr was right off the job and again the eighty thirty seven in the regular season the way we want to do please register today on one seventeen one two again and this is the second fifteen years in nineteen sixty four he has been in thirteen all star games and it takes the first I was born yesterday in some great plays with his glove at third in the wind up and it is inside Robinson as it more home runs in the third baseman in American history one ninety two they set up into shallow center AT cemex again for the second no score the better coming up will be Dave Johnson the second baseman it was over two in yesterday's thirty four two basis he got a lasted ever gets by sandy Koufax xenical backs in nineteen sixty six the first page of your calls right during the year was bothered with a bad back and he had to miss the all star game because of it and the next which occurred but as long as one on one for the second one more missing outside in high with a breaking ball two balls one strike from Minnesota it's five fifteen and the play in baseball Jerry Koosman was going to be released by the Mets in the minor leagues ready all the ball club fifty dollars so they said they would give him until Friday so they can make sure you get the fifty dollars back by the time they get a couple good games and that's how he stayed in the Mets organization three three balls and two strikes many stories you should not give the three to deliver back in the same again remains at three balls and two strikes I was going to happen is that the game is a lot quieter than the game yesterday in the ballgame should say the in the first place the cashier and the answer runs in twenty six runs he's made the all star team the second we can one man in the store at the end of possible for special surgery is playing a vital role in you hi it's Jeannie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the paging me it's me Jamie do not forget to buy lentils what lentil soup you're making for dinner will be sorely lacking by the way Mrs Calloway says thanks for helping her bundle home and auto she appreciate the interstate means even though you kept using the word after opposing correctly but the main thing is do not forget to buy was it something I propose the lentil soup sorry I'll.
MLB playoffs: What a Game 4 rainout means for the Yankees and Astros in the ALCS
"Six so your mother nature won the battle when it comes to Major League Baseball American League Championship Series no game four on Wednesday that was expected game four is going to happen on Thursday night eight o'clock eastern time on ESPN radio and ESPN at both managers had to speak on in terms of the benefits of a post poll game first AJ hands of the Houston Astros gives everybody if they often have an opportunity collectors cells before gas for changes are pitching a little bit how beneficial it is probably easier to answer after I see how guys perform and how the pitching plays out but I guess it's kind of a wait and see but I does solidify who we starting game for game five without having to go to a bowl game and Yankees manager when it comes to a player coming back that'll be another conversation even though he hasn't been able to go yet I gave you and then the potential option off the bench in the heating situation if we like something so I don't look at it as were entirely twenty four man right now I do believe we have as bad off the bench right now and whether a situation for that arises we'll see but will continue to evaluate the best smartly as we can move forward to do you some Giancarlo Stanton who believes will be another battle of the bands I firmly believe this whoever wins game four will win the ALCS I think the Yankees the win in six I'm not going to back up that prediction I think the day off could help both teams if you the ask George W. pitching if you the New York Yankees get a chance to maybe get a little mo Jo back at the having a bad slow down losing game two and game three either way took the toll the after the better team but I believe were wins game four win ALCS I think with that team is going to be the Yankees may because I picking the winner six I'm not going to back down from the production right after those in seven sticking with the Astros in seven I don't care who wins game four the is starting pitching to me is the key to any post season team surviving in advancing as a great Jim Bob on a one seven kind came the NC double a tournament surviving advancing in M. 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B. post season all about starting pitching to me and the the best rotation the best horses on the hill goes easily with the Astros and wears game seven in Houston if we get there that's it that's the kicker right there for me is if the if the giving gets to Houston and then for the Yankees in the E. if it goes seven that's their long relievers and when they become leverage real relievers when I never heard of that before tonight before you mention that four different stories I read today will leverage really quick what noted is is is is like mold management became part of it and yeah looks at this and everything in long re yeah leave our yeah or just read the verse they haven't had to use on and three more than three figurines all season now you can ask them to go for for the first time ever with everything on the line and you put that pressure on you also we about stress innings right in stressful pitches in well this is a little bit more stressful than they've had to go through the entire regular season so to me it's all about the starting lineup Yankee fans they don't want to hear it but great he has not been good the post season but I got some guy even if you win game forty Riverland there in five then another duty may have to face call Gerrit Cole who is like the modern day version of sandy Koufax right now you've been unavailable since may so he scuffled by his standards with five walks in seven innings that's coupling is scuffling but the Yankees lineup will make you sick awful I don't believe the Yankees are intimidated or afraid of these guys now I agree with that as well then we don't have the Yankees getting in touch with their inner symbols cardinals and the national back like Houston Astros because the national thoroughly intimidated the Saint Louis cardinals that team was beat up on the feet of the metagame for even got started they had no chance of winning that game even they tried to make a comeback at the being now seven nothing I think the Yankees fully believe having a day off would be the perfect a mixer for them to get everything right because there's not a pitching staff that they don't believe that they can't handle no matter how terrific those guys are lander Reekie as well as call he's if it's in the Freddie Coleman Freddie if it's Simmons on ESPN radio Sirius XM channel eighty of the yanks are going to knock a who was sensational the start this series in game four but he doesn't go a third term through the line up because the analytic geeks say well when he goes through a third time in the line up they they're hitting three oh nine if the guys in a groove right you mean the mother figure out what he's tipping or what he's missing in that third time through you have as many brains watching all these stats and in every game figure it out but in this situation may have to knock a is it in a groove you leave him in there but they don't want to do it they haven't done it and now Freddie it's one that drives me nuts you know right you got this guy who's who's dealing through sex you probably because the numbers say so that that drives me insane the Astros don't do that even though there is number geeky is anybody maybe even more so than anyone out there right now to get involved with trying to steal secrets on the cardinals when they used to work for them all about **** now that'll to do holes what two hundred articles on again but AJ Hinch is one of those guys that's also eyeball if you're rolling man you're sticking but I'm a sticking with you so that's why I like it the Astros you no matter who wins who wins tonight I think that that that that night all this postponement favors distros because now you've got green key Enver lander both on regular rest and then you still have even have great he has gone up the skirt a couple times obviously the post season you've got overlander and coal Berlin under in coal you got to win two games I would put my money on those two over whatever the yanks so out in a leverage relievers and then you want to throw at the astronaut I look at it this way by the way we had read Ryan the present Houston Astros he joins earlier on Freddie if it's Simmons he knows exactly how good these Yankees team is and he knows this service is far from over you know I love it it's it's a great great route your current kicks back to fifteen we played in the wild card it obviously seventeen we win the World Series but what what a great seven game series the home team won one all the games and this year we we took four out of seven from home and you know we won three at home they won the first it was the final game of the season that that you know we ended up winning and here in New York and so all of these games get their nip and tuck it's a dog fight and just because we're out to one side does not mean that that this thing is over if it were a cruise control because that team their Yankee Stadium they're stacked we've got arms they've got power they've got great players all over the place cash did a great job with that club together and looking around and got a couple of stood on the bump and that we got you got you can swing it pretty good it was amazing that when the Yankees won game one everybody's like while they beat the daylights out of the Astros which they did in game one no doubt winning seven nothing the Astros win game two in game three the Astros are in control of this series of bacon all on a second control be three one to me yeah two one they're not in control of the service as I was yeah that me it if you're gonna use that tack with the out of being in control is saying that the Astros are in control my god Ian watching the MOB network watch ESPN and others forgot the baseball people on TV and was on radio all many **** how control is there's a two one you'd be amazed how many times I heard that today they got the point us okay I'm I'm not gonna be part of definition sandy with this kind of stupidity going out there get that one game in the series means you're in control no it doesn't I think this thing's going seven it's going to be epic then the only reason I like the strokes is because of what we read Ryan just mentioned there those two horses they've got on the hill Enver lander and cold at the Yankee still have to face what is your major league baseball you need this to go seven the NASA took care of business if you got a potential rivalry like this with the met in the playoffs two thousand fifteen two thousand seventeen and now two thousand nineteen you get a seven game series and now you have a cross country robbery so to speak was not these two teams in the same division or two teams on the same coast you got the big Ole boys in New York City and a good Ole country boys down Houston colliding in the series if you have that kind of heat that you can generate you could potentially have your latter day forty Niners cowboys or paid many versus Tom Brady because you got a big city I got a bigger city without a baseball city when it comes to Houston if his goal seven it could do Major League Baseball a world of good that they could have never imagined and never even had to beg borrow or steal if the Yankees Astros give us and Major League Baseball with the looking
"koufax" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Point seventy sandy Koufax number two at zero point nine five ERA so the Yankees get the jump on the Astros with the seven nothing win Houston held to just three hits and in the media room let's head back to Houston the manager of the Astros AJ Hinch ager what was to knock a doing so lucky because I felt like a slider was especially good tonight yeah I think everything's pretty good tonight you know that's probably the best that we've seen on on a small sample the to excuse game plan is pitches tempo just about everything was working for a week we can create a ton of traffic form when he did he got some double plays he was just really really good tonight what made tore as such a tough out tonight here he didn't he didn't miss any pitches you know the I just looked like he was locked in on pitches whether he you know sort of look to the right location right spot you know you do to blue the bloop single at the end you know this is kind of well placed for the home run the the double was key you know has a league fastball that it wasn't supposed to be where it ended up in and he didn't miss it which is you know this one is one the better hitters AJ you're got your team is so good here in this ballpark do you think an opponent has to do with the kind of details like very aggressive first pitch strike throwing in very aggressive early in the count against the guy was not going to walk him like going to I think I think the the general answer is you know you you you have your approach against a picture that your face and on both are your have your approach against the line up you know the Yankees they they they they can come at you with a lot of different ways so I don't really care what venue you're out they have they have their their approach and and they did a few things today that they don't normally do you know your some judge one up there is one of the first page and that's a that's a rarity you know they were trying to me Zack was going to pound the strike zone and and he did as I was really good you know I think at the end you get couple to strike into out hitting that's where that's where the Yankees really kind of broke think broke through separated themselves a little bit but I don't think the venue matters as much as the match up of how they felt like they had to come in and you know piece together some hits and they did in the negative all the ball park in a stand at the bar up to right center Tauruses of all the Crawford box and they just they continued coming at you which is you know which is rather good A. J. hence the manager of the Astros the relentless Yankees lineup and Masahiro Tanaka and the relief corps pitching in on their three hitter first Yankees win in Houston this season they got swept at minute maid park way back in early April of course lost all four times in the LCS in Houston but they get the jump seven nothing in game one of the American League Championship Series coming up on the vivid seats postgame show what Masahiro Tanaka prove tonight this is the American League Championship Series.
"koufax" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Gavin likes the pension solo Homer in the eighth is John shabiha the calls on ESPN radio the Dodgers blank the national six nothing impressive game want to win in LA the Dodgers looking it back to the world's reserve wanted since nineteen eighty eight Dodgers star outfielder Cordy Ballenger scored a run it to watch the women spoke with ESPN's Alden good Salas after the victory. no one is. view behind them in center field all the like playing behind on the line. realize that he had a good start. although the water that we need to find. guide out of everything. he thinks that elevate himself in these situations you've been asking me for a couple years now what if you noticed about him that maybe make some better when the stages biggest like this Walker. view of this day really company themselves. maybe the most on the do not call about. twenty three thirty pages a turned on so I mean we expected that and I need. Roger Corman's had some success against you guys but you guys seem to make it work pretty well the usual walk coming by trouble to. I guess that they will work for you guys. our strength. you like to do third situations and using that to our advantage a job today there are many. we had a lot of guys on and you will be billed for the Dodgers beat the national six W. game one Walker Buehler the wind that was thirty seven strikeouts in his first five career postseason games as the second most in Dodgers history one behind all of Famers sandy Koufax thanks for tuning in sports in our online at ESPN radio and ESPN app I'm John Ryder into the NFL week five kicking off on Thursday night what a game this was featuring NFC west battle in Seattle between the Seahawks in the rams this one lived up to the hype the first touchdown comes with under a minute to play in the first quarter Russell wife.
"koufax" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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Astros' Verlander tosses third career no-hitter
"As Justin Berliner comes up with his third career no hitter in the victory for the Astros today against the blue jays and now that no hitter puts very lander Javan to some very rarefied airy ties Bob Feller very Corcoran and cy young for the third most individual no hitters in baseball history he's one away from tying sandy Koufax with for Nolan Ryan has the most
Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers And Sandy Koufax discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Kershaw wins his one hundred and sixty six game yesterday. When they beat the blue jays he passed sandy koufax on the all time dodger win enlist still not at the top of the all time list for the dodgers but with that win clayton kershaw is the greatest pitcher in dodgers history taking her shake it
"koufax" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Showcase our great city if it's gonna be a lot of fun for everyone that's amazing no party renovation also is the addition of a statue of sandy Koufax now you and I talked in the past right I can even see a response already we've talked in the past about the tradition of the Dodgers I know the reference in the love you have for it when you get a chance to think about the history of the team and guys like sandy do you still get goose bumps I get goose bumps every time I hear that name or let alone when I when I had him come into my office and share a glass of red wine with them and this guy as you all know roaming is soul humble wants to be in the shadow in the background and there's no background when you've got a statue well deserved that you coming of yourself in front of Dodger Stadium next to Jackie Robinson and there's NO two better people that represent our great organizations so I can't wait to be there for that and they'll give us out like I mean you've been with the best you've played with the best you've gone up against the best you manage some of the best but there's nobody like sandy and that kind of it like what's it like to have a glass of red wine in your office with sandy when you guys talk about it's like it's royalty and I say that and and I mean it in the best possible way and I know said you would hate me for even saying that but it's like I've never met present a United States but it's like you just feel like you're around loyalty and you have to act in a certain way when you're out there to go because there's just he's a good lookin these just hasn't age at all and just what he's done there's justice or about a man like you we've all been around great celebrity people that are iconic but steady Colfax there's this kind of this untouchable type feeling that you get with sandy and there's this or which I just love and I eat up and I get nervous every time I'm around and I would imagine talking about right now Dave like I like I get this I have not spent a lot of time but I think my someone a golf course once sandy's got that that impossible it that you don't know how to describe it but you know when you see it and it's not a Dodger thing either right the man just exudes unbelievable class do you know what you said it it's class that's right Jay Robb is my guest they won my side you you've got the trade deadline coming up is when asked about that really quickly I know you're focused on your job of getting a win tonight well what's the next week like for you as a manager and for your guys I think if you're keeping the focus Romy on just when a baseball games because I think that you know you always find you better I think that we're all trying to get better and and we can see you haven't gentlemen just trying to do that the thing is though is that for every position that you have you're gonna lose somebody and I think that a lot of times place in the club house you know you don't understand that and you really got to get it right because there's a lot that goes into team chemistry on the field off the field what makes your club better but obviously the narrative that opened so I thought I can't do this morning it and you know he's grinding and he's gonna do anything he can to make our club better the Dodgers had the best record in baseball they get out again try to guess the angels which is always a blast Dave Roberts my guest if you are the absolute best is so great to have you back thank you very much for doing it alright well we will see you through get out to the ballpark you got my man Dave Roberts.
"koufax" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"koufax" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Right. But you go the comes with Josh Donaldson. But he has such a unique style his swing that. If he gets off at all it's gonna be a lot of swing admits. It's going to be a lot of just like off hit balls. But then when you flip it, it's it's the absolute positive of just like being able to hit the ball hard all field and honestly being able to hit any. Possible pitch at any velocity. I can't wait on Sunday C max freed who is been one of the best pitchers in baseball. So for this year a merging with that the fastball it in the upper nineties the curb ball in the mid to low seventies and maturity of someone who's been through a lot in his career. And really knows his learned a lot about pitching. Yeah. And I I mean, he grew up twenty minutes from where I live, and I remember when it was him and Lucas, g leader out of Harvard Westlake high school, you know, which high school, you always hated because they had all like good kids 'cause they're private and they could recruit and all that. Anyway, that's a whole different topic. I remember listening and watching and hearing about these two like first round potential pitchers in the same class totally dominating. And it was funny because when the Braves started talking about their young core and max freed name came back up. I was like well that was a while ago. You know, I thought he'd be here sooner. And then you go, and you look at his path, and you see all that he's been through to get to where he was and honesty all the dudes that were in front of him to be able to kind of prove himself, and you know, get up to the point of where he's at. But one of the things that always sit out and says something and just doing research, right? Was you're gonna talk about it in game is the fact that he watched black and white films thirty nine years old of sandy Colfax, and you said. Growing up in and around LA being around the dodgers being left handed pitcher that you know, it was working on a curve ball. There was always comparisons. And you think about it for any young kid? They're not gonna naturally just know who sandy Koufax is like automatically. I mean, most kids I have a nine year old five year old. We talk baseball. But all they know is like what's in the president who's playing now to go back. I mean, imagine this kid it's nine year old max freed popping on like black and white film that you can't even see with all the technology. We have now. So you can't even really see as well. And watching over and over and over again, sandy Koufax throw the ball and trying to Enya late that I feel like it's so unique to think about a young kid even doing that now. And again, like I said, you have kids I have kids that's just not something to even watch little in black and white film and to have this just the patience and the determination there'd be like people keep comparing and throwing this guy's name. I wanna learn about him. I wanna know how he's rose, and you can see. It and some of his styles. Like, there's definitely a true of, you know, influence Colfax without even meeting him had on freed. He wore thirty two in highschool for his jersey number because of sandy Koufax honor sandy Koufax, and that's not as number now. But I can't wait to talk to him on Saturday to dig into some of those details before you go. I want to ask you one more thing about the game. We just saw Jacob degrom last year phenomenal nationally science ward winter to me right now the best pitcher on the planet. But in the last two starts five home runs allowed after lowering ten home runs for the entire two thousand eighteen season. What do you make a back toback stinkers?.
"koufax" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"We can't behind the scenes in sports not on the frontlines. Nate one Jewish athlete. I bet you can't. Of course, Jeff new sandy Koufax baseball pitcher there you got one. What will you live more, juice, juice, competing? It's okay. There's like a Jewish sports league. How often does Israel place in the Olympics? Like, I don't know. Even know there. Yeah. It's like, I don't know. Do you? Live more accounting like, creative accounting. This isn't he's like, I'll take the photos posted on my show. No, I I just he's like shit that. That because. She's like I had a bad January two thousand eighteen I'm on a bad January two thousand nine hundred did already did why. What happened just made a made a comment in haste? Was that from the podcast, right? I I heard some things, but I don't really like to judge because I know that like, I don't I don't know. Even if I want to get in. I wanna make just because I'm not not because I'm afraid to talk about it. I just want to make the same fuck mistake. Again. I like this is what I am in general, not even on this podcast. Do you feel like you're underway more scrutiny than your? There's literally probably boardrooms of people and like new situation newsrooms filled with people who are just at the ready by weight, bro. And so they had U Penn. We'll have what would have happened. What? Well, they say what the fuck did. They say. Hell. Yeah. Raw or grass. UPN Logan, Paul Jeff this is better. Be fucking good. Jeff all see some physics and astronomy. What did they said? Something about him. You going to take shit from somebody that like basically defrauds kids and put them in a debt like these people need to remember where they're coming from. Sure. Like, a former suitable companies like we're gonna we're not gonna sponsor someone. That's like do you literally you literally? We have just found his lineman fucking impulsive, dude. I everybody has a lot in their hands everywhere. So when people are like y'all I'm all about privacy. I'm like fuck privacy. I want everyone shit in the open, and then it's a level playing field. It's the same time when like some bike. Senators just like, hey, I don't believe in gay marriage. And then he gets caught blown dudes in a motel like you're just as guilty as like everyone else..
"koufax" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"To pervaded with Dave Asprey. Today's Koufax today is that people are fully paralyzed are now using brain implants with off the shelf tablet computers in order to send text messages and surf the internet, which is completely life-changing. Because before that all you had was maybe a twitch of your eye are moving of your tongue. The way Stephen hawking. Did this is game changing because what's going to happen in five years when we can get that same signal from the surface of your scalp without having to stick electrodes inside your brain, you could pretty easily scramble your eggs by sticking things in your head. We're probably not going to do that for many many years if ever I don't think it's going to be necessary. But the fact that this is already happening is a precursor to the world that's coming where you don't have to hold your phone up to look at your face because it's already able to read your mind. This is going to celery things way more than we have today. And I'm excited. To see it as long as they have a good firewall for my brain. Do you know about as-as Anthon? It's the combine the gives weld caught salmon shrimp that amazing red color and may have something to do with salmon's amazing strength. It's from a class of antioxidant. It's called keratin noise. And it turns out that cells throughout your body, especially your eyes can work better when they have enough. That's the way I created the new bulletproof armor supplement, which stacks large dose of than with two other crinoids extracted from as take Marigot hours on top of that included, bilberry fruit extract, which was first used in World War Two to help pilots with night-vision since I'm plan to live to at least one hundred and eight years old, I want my is as strong constant exposure to indoor LED lights screens is a new source of visual stress is did not evolved handle. That's why I give my is extra support with bulletproof armor. Check it out on bulletproof dot com..
The Decentralized Cloud Computing Blockchain Network
"To focus on Asia. So late last week, I'm speaking with the guys at Neo about the impact of blockchain on Asian markets. And today I want to speak to the co founder of elf, which is the Asia based cloud computing block shirt. Network is focusing on becoming a global company. Now is a smart contract platform that will allow businesses to take full advantage of blockchain technology, and he's aiming to transform those horrendous complex business operations. That previous generations just accepted and do something about it in our immediate future. But in no familiar rambling on so book and hold until it as I beam your ears all the way to Singapore. So we can speak with Xueliang Chen the co, founder of elf. So massive, warm, welcome to the shows ruling. Can you tell the listeners a Labatt who you are and what you do? Hello? Everyone. My name is Chen. Julie. Sandy Koufax. CEO of Alf. Yes. Prior to that, I was a strategy comes out multinationals and governments of different topics. And yet slowly I moved into technology 'cause I have a generic background. That's where my passion is started with looking into various projects at in blockchain industry. Then finally met the right partner to foam to start out together. Now you all the co, founder of the issue based cloud computing block chain network, a mind to standing ease these kind of a small contract platform that would allow businesses to take full advantage of blockchain technology and also will transform complex business operations in the future. But can you tell. Exactly what it is and also what makes you guys unique from all the other solutions out there in the similar space without getting into the details. So what else is is we're in you up blockchain system and what we're providing is a high performance sister so that a we use a monkey Chint structure. Each smart contracts, we will have their own side chain so that they do not interfere with each other. And also we enable the notes to row now a cluster of computers, so that makes execution much faster and announced more complicated applications to run on top of that. So EMS show. We're really trying to make a business Ronnie on Shing wing facing and also more customizable in terms of what a we are unique is that where the first one actually enable the notes up to rob last of computers said this makes it much. Easier to scale up in terms of our computational capability at those are storage capability. And also the weight Howie introduced. A mounting structure of Jennifer is a diversity of ecosystem in how to to open up many possibilities. Held business want to run on blotch now don't if it's more full my life in IT. But before we talk about any solution, I always want to understand the exact problem before even thinking about, I think technology into the mix. So can you help listeners visualize the three problems that you see across the digital landscape, which are performance resources and segregation and also the lack of governance. So if you're looks back the evolution of blockchain. So I started as wind use case. Basically, it's bitcoin as a cross-border P2P payments eastern Mobutu towards a storage of battery right now. So that is basically just why use case then here comes the invention of smart contracts. So this. Opens up many more possibilities basically to allow a contracts to execute it your trust myths way. Yes. So you know, once the door has opened up, he basically enables us to serve meetings of customers from a business point of you ever done this list to a a our limitation which is on the performance side. So if you really believe that log chain is Gallup serve businesses for the mass adoption. We need a high performance in high speed to accommodate that. So that is the first problem that we need faster and more capable blockchain system to execute smart