17 Burst results for "Lance Berkman"

"lance berkman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on KTRH

"Patriots will not be disrespected or treated unfairly and another stating he would not be attending President elect Biden's inauguration. Twitter says the tweets are highly likely to encourage and inspire people to replicate the criminal acts that took place at the U. S Capitol, adding that there are multiple indicators that they are being received. Eve and understood as encouragement to do so. Kristen Goodwin Fox News. The accounts of two other high profile trump supporters have also been removed. This comes a day after Facebook and Instagram band Trump for at least the next two weeks. Joe Biden is dodging direct answers after being pressed about House Democrats moving toward impeaching President Trump again, what the Congress decides to do is for them to decide, but I'm gonna have to and they're gonna have to be ready to hit the ground running. Biden added that he's primarily focused on his transition to the presidency on January 20th president Trump says he will not attend the inauguration. Vice president Mike Pence, has reportedly not decided, although Biden says Pence is welcome to attend. Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz are mourning the death of the Capitol police officer killed during the attack Wednesday. The Texas Republicans say they're grieving after Officer Brian sit. Nick died on Thursday evening. Cruise is calling on everyone who stormed the U. S. Capitol to be fully prosecuted. Pulling an attack on democracy. Cornyn says Wednesday's destruction was preventable. American Airlines is changing their policy when it comes to alcohol sales, and it has to do with this week's chaos at the Capitol. The North Texas carrier has banned alcohol and flights to and from Washington, D. C and Paul Harsh Thorne with the Association of Professional Flight Attendants says it's the right move. We have been faced with some onboard aggression here in the last couple of days on flights into and out of Washington, D. C. Obviously, that is not what we want to hear, and we want stop that in its tracks if we can, he says, these situations are dangerous for crews to deal with up in the Air. American Airlines also increased staffing it nearby airports in D. C as part of the new measure. A federal judge refuses to hear a case involving Houston's deadly No knock police raid Nearly two years ago, Regina Nicholas and Dennis Tuttle were killed in a shootout when Houston please executed a warrant at their home on Harding Street. It was later revealed a narcotics officer secured that warrant with false information. Attorney Mike Doyle represents the Nicholas family. The city's plan was to keep this concealed all the evidence we're going on two years. They've done a really good job of that which is not what they promised at the get go of transparency, and I don't think anybody watching what's going on. She's anything other than a Continuing, never stopping effort to keep this all bottled up. The case now returns to the Harris County Probate Court, where hearing is scheduled Tuesday morning. Nik Rajkovic NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. A pair of bills filed for the upcoming Texas legislative session would change the state's rules for alcohol and allow restaurants to offer drinks for pickup and delivery after the pandemic. Kelsey Ericksen stuffer with the Texas Restaurant Association. Says this would be huge. There's no doubt that Governor Abbotts waiver allowing restaurants to sell alcohol to go has saved some restaurants. They've some restaurant jobs. But she says this is only one part of the puzzle that the restaurant industry will be pushing. When state lawmakers returned. Austin next week will also be pushing for protections against covert related lawsuits. Which was not in the federal cares Act, Allied Van Line says Texas was the number one destination for corporate moves in 2020, Houston and Austin. The top cities. It's the second year in a row. Houston has been number one city for corporate moves. June was the most popular month for corporate moves in July, most popular for consumers. Justin Verlander and former Astros a Skerritt coal or being mentioned in a California lawsuit over doctored baseballs. Former Los Angeles Angels Visiting clubhouse attendant Brian Bubba Harkins claims Cole asked him for help with a substance used to better his grip in 2019. He also claims Verlander text him in 2019, saying his name came up during the Astros science stealing investigation. Harkins was fired by the Angels last March for giving pitchers substances to help with their baseball grips. He sued for wrongful termination, claiming he was made escape Goat. The Houston Texans introduced new general manager Nick Sisario amid reports star quarterback to Shawn Watson is unhappy. He wasn't consulted about it. Owner Cal McNair address both Watson and recent comments. From JJ want their valued members on our team. They're important to the team in the city. They're passionate and they want to win and those are all totally in alignment where we're going and what we've done here and bring your neck aboard. Sisario says he admires Watson and will speak with him. When the time is appropriate. The team now turns its focus to hiring a new head coach. University of ST Thomas and Houston is naming a notable former Astro to its baseball staff. Lance Berkman will join the team for the upcoming season as an assistant coach. The former major leaguer spent time with the Astros, Yankees, Cardinals and Rangers while winning the World Series title in ST Louis. In 2011, he played his collegiate ball in Houston at Rice University, where he was named the national player of the year before becoming a first round pick. Of the Astros News on demand to ktrh dot com I'm Wyatt Goolsbee for Houston's news, weather and traffic station. NewsRadio, 7 40 Ktrh. He's here. He's here now Broadcasting come from the underground command post in deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building wave once again made contact with our leader and its mind love, then.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"From their time is the Washington Senators today moving toe Arlington, Texas and becoming the Rangers. The franchise had never won a World Series and yet here in Game six of the 2011 World Series against the ST Louis Cardinals The Texas Rangers stand three outs away from a title to the bottom of the ninth. We go on October 27th 2011 with Orel Hershiser time. Here's Dan Ryan scenario. Albert who holes and Lance Berkman are coming up for the Cardinals. Everybody on their feet it pitch to Terrio is lowball. Stereo knows he's taking at least one strike there. He should be right up on the plate. Same. I stand so close to the plate. Move me off 10 and there's a fast ball for a strike 96 miles an hour. It's one and there is nobody up in the Texas pan just in case scenario right now, for the Rangers are in on the corners more back up, back up the middle plain Terry really hit the ball to the other one wants me on in a loden. Easy Look, It's two and one on serious. If he can reach any way he can. Who holds comes up as the time pitch fastball fouled back to into this's not easy again. I play a game seven. Out of nine against Ford. I was on Cleveland, We're up by a run, went back lost, lost 3222 pitch swing and a miss stereo gone one down 98 mile an hour fastball up above the belt. Pool's got enormous ovation. Seven when that was conceivable his lasted about is a cardinal because they did some damage in the eight since the next demand is up here again on the night he is over. He is Oh, for 16 if you take away Game three in this world This's Kevin winter, and you're listening to a special presentation of Major League Baseball on ESPN Radio feature in Game six of the 2011 World Series between the Texas Rangers and the sink Louis Cardinals. We now rejoin Orel Hershiser, Bobby Valentine and Game show in the bottom of the ninth inning, with the Rangers leading 7 to 5 pitch ball line in the left centerfield base head. It's going all the way to the fence, who is on his way to second base in in there with a double His first hit since Game three. Lance Berkman is coming up is the potential tying run there. Two people in the lineup that can catch up to 98. Pools at Landsberg here comes home tonight 249 22 in the World Series of 409 average with a chance to try it, Alan Preggers on set, sir, that he told Police that Landsberg will be coming out of his shoes on the first pitch fastball. He wants it, and he admits it. Berkman steps in police comes up. It's slider inside, please on top of his game. Berkman, batting from the left side against the right hander. Police. This is Berkman strong son along their feet, waving their talent. No outside to Moreland. Very deep it first on the edge of the outfield grass, 18 inches from the foul Kinzler deep in playing Berkman, outfielders, extremely But low inside three Craig on Alexis Gondo three times two base hits. He's another guy that could hit but you have to get it down to a low ball hitter, gave those hits because he made mistakes, But he faces a big green light right here flashing pits. Tying run is at first base with one Adama bottom of the ninth. And here comes Craig Kevin Winter, and you're listening to a special presentation of Major League Baseball on ESPN radio presented by Progressive Insurance, So Albert Pools delivers a one out double. Lance Berkman draws a one out walk runners at first and second for the ST Louis Cardinals. They're down to the bottom.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One right it is the jeep right in the C. as the ball game to Tino what's the what's the at bat he had that is fame is that he didn't he didn't swing the bat but he does to give him the wrong girl that's on to the Yankees and getting beaten by when he doesn't have brought Darryl going to die he does as an oriel right right yes when he came back with the Yankees a final year at eight home runs in eight games and call it a career shortly after that yeah man that's good that is very very true I didn't think of that I was thinking about the two two page that look like a striking game one of the ninety eight World Series yeah but if I did mention that I was given by obviously a few ways to hint at him which is a doesn't give it away that is one of the originals you know when you think of the history of John sterling home run calls burn beanie baby bird is number one I think the band Tino's number two could be here I think so all right the final one of the day this guy I'd say is a borderline hall of Famer even though his career is over and he's already off the ballot I had a short stint with the Yankees Gary Sheffield now that's very good guess I figured I'd throw it out there quickly has gotten closer short with the acreage don't think he's borderline hall of fame which had now you just want to get all things all I I know the whole family because all things I know exactly you're talking about you can switch it up yet this guy was a Yankee yep and I remember we actually had a mon right after the Yankees traded form because if I'm not mistaken he was a July trade acquisition and is at the end of his career and I think you're talking about lance Berkman which Bergman has a high drive to left center back is.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Pitch. and that's up stairs and outside. when things that we've seen a little bit more here in the second half as well Erin judge pulling the ball for home runs. he's been at center field opposite way guy and especially with that oblique strain seemed a little tentative one one is in that to really rotate through again let that power flight at the pool side but we've seen a couple of home runs to the pool side as of late when you were playing did you ever have. a rib cage strain intercostal oblique any of those yet now fortunately I've never had once you know surprised the two one. strike on the outside corner it's too into it wasn't until after I finish playing ESPN we had ESPN the weekend down in Orlando and we had a little home run derby I think is myself call rabbits and someone else against like lance Berkman told me this story guys in your your swing a weapon back with a ball that's where I strain my oblique it all my goodness to to to is caught on and mistrust him out and like it's off to a good start as he punches out judge there's two away with the bases empty and here comes Didi Gregorius quickly would tell you Travis like in six one one eighty twenty five years old a sixth round pick out of Ohio state the Ohio state Ohio State University that's right it was supposed to be David price last night they're just going with the bull pen game here today seven guys pitched last night including usually shot scene who is the opening day starter for the brewers and injure Cashner who was the opening day starter for the Orioles none of the seven run the opening day roster for the red Sox. the pitch the DD and that's outside and ball one of the heater at ninety six a book I'll just finish with this that that oblique it feels like someone has like they just they just take it at night and just pressed it into your side that's that's how it felt for me and I can only imagine.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hinch what a job that he's done he was named the manager prior to the twenty fifteen season when they made their first playoff appearance so i mean this guy's like tito tito francona the houston astros to playoff appearances last time they were in the playoffs was losing that world series of being being swept out of that world series under phil garner in two thousand five year before believe that they actually won a playoff off series for the first time prior to that swept out you know one three games to one in ninety nine the three games to one in ninety eight and swept out in ninety seven so <hes> they didn't even play a game with an opportunity to clinch a single playoff series until they advanced to the l._c._s. and in heartbreaking fashion they took a three games to two lead into game sex and yeah they could not beat the saint louis cards. They handled it the handler just fine in two thousand five but again they were swept in the world series aboard all the big names that you might have seen from the houston astros recently you know all about you know jason castro jose altuve vais dallas heikal heikal justin verlander a year ago but go back a little further rosewall was alleging lance berkman patrolled that centerfield they had the hill the flagpole out there they've done away with data mid minute maid park and i think that that is exactly a common sense move ricardo hill dogto roger clements game there for a little bit it was it it was him an paddock the buddy system from the new york yankees down to play in their home state of texas and visual and bagwell there forever can ted kennedy committee steve steve finley jose cruz dickie thon if you want to go back a little bit before my time all right that's enough out of the houston astros droz. We'll talk more houston sports out of the other side. My name's jeffords sports overnight america use addition and we'll be right back. They want stronger hits this one high in the air at pretty deep to right center field going back under the shield. He is at the wall. He leaves at the astros. Lead is to to to to davies throws hidden in the area right backing vacuum up santana and this fall out corruption slab just like that. I think the field leading the league off signal jeanine bingo santana catchable gotcha law goes deep into the at-bat. You're listening to sports.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"You have trouble making a trade in dynasty league, whether it's fantasy or same or whatever when you when you rostered that player for like a decade, general question here, obviously, we all personal biases towards players. I do towards good Phillies and. Players, I've Rostro forever. But like Dave traded away, Joey Votto, and one of our leagues and he literally had him for more than a decade. And he didn't get back what he should have like if you train them a year ago. Do you have trouble trading away a player, you've just become accustomed to it? Yes. Absolutely. And in that very league, we're talking about. I had marked Shera for the entirety of his career, and I probably should have traded him in his final productive year. And I didn't do it. It's hard. It's I I let Lance Berkman and Jimmy Rollins just like fade away. I didn't train them at all. I was both fell into this trap, but I was contending, like. A little different anyway. And also, we're holding onto the players that we originally picked is there was no limit like like the salaries. Don't go up in that league anyway. But you didn't ask me about the race there, Phil because I don't think I'd wanna see what I'd look like one of those giant heads, you do have a giant head. You should run. One of those raises you wouldn't even need to put that head on. He's used to topple over just as me. We was well, what they don't fall down tristen. We're done for today show. Thank you so much for listening a little bit weird, but we hope you like it, and hopefully it sounded better. And we're sorry for the problems of the past, but we think we've solved them now for Tom for Kyle for tristen big head and all I am Eric have an awesome week. Dr. Listen up fellas DSL is built for big and tall guys. Okay. Which means they've got close built for style.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And we don't even we're gonna we're gonna see that happen. I think you're gonna see opportunities for guys never got the face guys. I think pace of play will pick up. I think you'll see starting pitchers. Stay in the game a little bit longer. Because if the situation is I really really good max Scherzer going right now, but it's eighth inning. And a one one game. And I got Bryce Harper ondeck cool. I'm just gonna just be careful rice and pitching having pitch to the other guys because he's locked in against every ready today. I just think that'll happen. A little bit more. Along the line. And I think it's I think it's a good thing. Yeah, I'm sure there's gonna be some analytics person crunching the numbers saying somebody's much better facing three three pit three batters here and there, and it'll still be over analytics in a way, but I'm all for it. You know, and I don't mind pace of play. I don't mind it. But I do kinda mind, you know, one guy comes in for one batter pop up. Then another guy comes in righty. Lefty righty lefty, that's a little bit much. But other than that. I I don't understand that the the although I'm not privy to the research. Just the absolute fixation on time of games that seems to be going on right now. We'll that hurry things up in between innings that twenty five fewer seconds in national nationally televised games in between innings, five seconds and local games. It's all going to be now two minutes uniform period two minutes in between innings. No matter. It's on local or national TV's that an issue Ryan. No, I think people like you said the the phrase time of play I think that's baseball. There is no there is no clock. You can't keep time. That's the great part about baseball games. Never over until that last out until whoever makes that lasts out late in the game twenty seventh out or thirty fifth out whatever it ends up being that. You're you're making the bottom half of that inning of the top that anything I and I think it's pace of plays the issue. And I think it helps pay the play I think there's nothing better than when a pitcher. I remember this when you go up there, and you warm up and you're ready to go. And then you have to wait to come back from commercial will now listen, you don't get back in that flow and at the ball one ball to and then you're getting into rhythm. Okay. Here instead of a flow to the game in a pace to the game. And I think that's what they're trying to do. And I think you know, a lot of these rules are meant to help with that. And I think they will help with that. I think you know, the pitching changes. Sure, it may get knocked a minute or two, but it's more the idea of the pace like some days. I could go. Through berry bonds, Lance Berkman and Jim Edmonds, no problem and some days, I couldn't get through nephew Peres Craig counsel. And you know, the third string catcher remembers number. That's the reality. So I think pace of play will pick up because guys will have that opportunity to do that face a few hitters and the game will move. I think a little bit smoother. Well, you know, it would help the game move a little bit smoother or or better or more fascinating fashion. If that's the concern is a few more, singles, doubles, and triples here. It seems again, you're you're gonna walk doubles and triples. I hated the Homer the, you know, what I mean, I I'm sure as a pitcher. But again, the it's a walk strikeout or a home run. And in terms of a Walker strike out. You can have minutes on end at bats without a single ball put into play Ryan. And to me hammering at the shift is what would change things, and I've been hammering at this literally regular consumers of this show. No, I've been tilting at this windmill for quite some time. And I'm a little disappointed that the. The only way that I could see shift being affected will be after the twenty twenty season when this joint committee that was announced today between baseball and the players association to study other potential changes might spit something out. What is your take on the shift?.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"I played baseball for the university of Miami, brilliant, brilliant, minds sports mind, he said, he made the case for Andrew Johns. Why is Andrew he he brought up inter Jones. Derek Jeter and their stats are almost identical. Italy, the home run has been Sammy Sosa gotten like, okay? So there's a voting block of motion say this voting block of writers that people who vote will know who are said fast that people who use PD should still be included. So they account for a lot of very bonds vote totals are a lot of semi's Sosas. But not so. Yes, those guys, but even for those guys you're seeing people who are not that not that entire voting block. Like Sosa got way less votes this year that then then he should have like say thirty percent of the right? Ters vote for guys on a PD basis. So says stoneleigh getting you know, sixty percent of those guys, but Sosas got Sosa, although he's my favorite Sammy Sosa swell. Huge amount of home runs hits more than sixty home runs. Three times. Never Ledley didn't leave the league in home runs wire McGuire and gone. But it's nuts to think that you know, it's unthinkable that two decades ago guy would hit that many home runs in season. And not even be included. That's a brilliant with you make that the homerun itself has been developed. So if you have used to be back in the day, if you hit four or five hundred home runs, you're in totally we're in they would look the other way at a two seventy batting average. The crazy thing is now if you look the whole batting average on the whole in the league has gone way down. So people are saying to themselves to ninety two lifetime hitter. But to ninety two like the news when it would be great today. So fine ac- certain guys like how much like Lance Berkman and one peer who came up who can one year. Other great Jay Z lyric. Here used to run base like Juan Pierre run base. I hadn't snare. I was I was listening to the beastie boys boys with my son..

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"lance berkman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on KTRH

"Well. One of the individuals and agroup gets up and starts sharing his testimony. And he says that his behavior was such that he was going to bust through the gates of hell if he had continued. He said that he had wrestled naked with another man. And that he knew that that was not right. So his nickname became wrestle. Make you still this day. And he proceeded to tell. About sexual encounters that he had been having over the last year. And those were going to terminate forthwith because of the revival we'd Bittu in his poor mother out in the audience. Nobody dared look at her, you know, that scene at the event where somebody absolutely falls flat on their face in a pan. The camera to you know, the wife or whatever everybody's wanting to look over at her. But nobody did. And there's a collective groan in the congregation because it was kind of like he built up a momentum east the wrestle naked was just kind of where it started. And then it just starts developing. Did this did this, and you could see his mother withdrawing into herself shrinking herself willing willing her way on a Southwest Airlines flight to get away. She didn't want to be there. I bet he went on for fifteen minutes that might be an exaggeration. But it felt like forever. All of us are just sitting there is kind of one of those where you look sideways at the person, the sidelong glances the person next to you. And they're looking at you. And you you kinda just wince your face. And then you go my goodness. Yeah. I'm not sure why brought that up, but it is still fresh in my mind. Oh because the Baptist revival. I saw some things you might not need to tell just, hey, I did some things I wasn't happy about maybe leave it at that. It's one point three eight billion chicken wings. That's what it is. Randy in Galveston. Yes, sir. I love your wings. They are delicious. Go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. No. I was just talking about the immigration aspect. What you just said. Fifteen minutes ago. Oh, me some Robert, oh, Kean probably one of my favorite songs. His mariano. Just because of that song. Outside. It works for me. His name is Mario. Remember how Mariana? The direction of Mexico. I don't recall he's a he has his own Stonehenge up there. He looks at how the sun and the shades and he prays to hit for his family. He faces the direction of Mexico. Yeah. I love the Lyrica. Later is what all expression is very say that again. Just very poetic. You know? You say the line again, his skin is Brown. There is word of all expression. Harris Bank is widows reinsert greens are all but gone. Yeah. Derangement has a vision of sacrificial version. Listen, this crying baby being going. I mean, the whole song. Gardner. Ramon. The song is about his Gardner Mariana. Sitting inside. And he's looking out like the bay window, and he's studying this guy, and he's thinking this guy's been through a lot and his family's back in Mexico. And oh, she's just a powerful song. Yeah. Years ago between my one of those years ago between my ears at graduate. From me waiting for a year, you go into the military, and I worked down the moving, Texas, and that song just remind me a paid. Well know that sounds campus your typical name name and probably late thirties early forties. Two and every time back home, you know, five or six kids back home and living those other guys and broken down. Now shocking. Just just a wonderful guy and salt of the earth and hardest worker I've ever seen just a huge impression day. So just just a just a sort of. We'll come back with us. Oh, randy. I'm I'm glad you made me think of it Sonora death row and. And mariano. That's my too. I had lunch with Lance Berkman on Monday, and we got to talk about country music. And I said who's your absolute favorite? He said, Robert. Okay..

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"lance berkman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:38 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"What's up, Billy? Are you doing back doing great? What you got from your brother like a comment, and then hang up and get your thoughts on it. As far as the keeping the ball players out of the hall of fame. All other sports dot ORG. Football. And I'm sure that it'd painting my word that it made it to doing drugs play, and you know, while you get into the dollar fine wines to wear baseball keeps on my out. Yeah. It's it's funny because we look at the NFL mega. Yes. I've got tested positive. I call Machida for a second. And then you move on with baseball. It lingers a lot more than that. And I don't know why it is. Maybe it's because people that get is a more direct impact on how many home runs that you hit. And how far the baseball does travel and album. Deci and he's facts Lawrence, tighter one. I'll Lawrence Taylor, you know, then Farley cocaine. I mean, he made it using it why? Yeah. What drugs like that? I don't know what the effect is you know on pliers. If if they wanna smoke, or if they wanna snort what what what the drugs elect you. I don't know how that affects them in terms of of their football ability. But performance enhancing drugs are always something that people look at it. And and they say, oh, well, you know, what in baseball. It's it's the big one. And and maybe it's because the baseball writers a little bit more protective, and it's looked at as a little bit more of a purist. And the numbers from back in the day. But I don't have a great answer for you. Why football? Tested, positive who cares in baseball. It's bloody murder. Yeah. Mcguire out. They remember him throwing away. You know from so many year is brought their together if you've ever frigging. Yeah. Oh arms just grew like a Bob Stor. You know, that's that's the fun game to play Billy? You look at some of these guys rookie cards, and then you see what Dan like Barry Bonds is rookie card, and we know Barry at a great run before the suspected steroid use. So when we think it happened. And then you look at what happened afterwards, and you go out to totally different persons of day and night, you know. Well, I appreciate you taking my call. Yeah. No problem. Appreciate it. Go ahead will in Chicago. What you got for me? Well. Yeah. Talking about this. So what point I wanted to make on the senior? Because I I had the same feeling. This guy wasn't really great. You look at the defense seven goals, go up. I think that's what symbol. Think puts him over. I think it's because he didn't happen with Fred McGriff McGriff for seven home runs away from five hundred if he had seven more home runs he gets in. 'cause he was clean that strike doesn't happen. He gets in as well. I think it's because he was right at two seventy it's tough. Now, a lot of people's mind to get the three hundred. I think just because he was so close that. That's why I think people put him in. Yeah. The wind's. I mean, he's probably got more wins than most of his contemporaries. But the thing is. When I look at Messina, and I'm not taking anything away from him. Very very very good pitcher. I just don't think he was great and people get freaked out about that. Oh, you're knocking the guy. No, I take him on my team. But I never looked at him as the guy. I never went into a series saying this is the guy that I'm scared of respected very good pitcher. But I never thought greatness when I watched Messina. Okay. Okay. Yeah. I mean, I I had a similar feeling. I just think that the defense is really what put him over the home. Halladay absolutely deserves to be dominant for a long period. However with his numbers, I think there's going to be a lot of guys who look at similar steps and say, well, why don't I have a case I've I've got a career worst thing wonderland with ROY holiday. He had nine nine great seasons. And when you have nine great seasons when you're one of the more feared pitchers in baseball. You are going to get in. I hear what you're saying though. And you have to just look past the numbers, you go to three one zero five go that's not even close to three hundred and thirty three thirty eight career Yara pitch most of his career in the AL. The guy was at eight time all star when the Cy Young twice led the league in wins twice pitched a perfect game. And a no hitter had laid postseason success in his career. But when you look at that run from two thousand and two thousand and eleven nine hundred. Seven to nine thousand three. Twenty two and seven three twenty five have an eight year four twenty. So that's not great. But then when twelve and four to forty one sixteen and five three nineteen sixteen seventy three seventy one twenty nine eleven to seventy eight seventeen and ten to seventy that goes to Philly twenty one and ten to forty four nine thousand nine hundred six to thirty five that is just a long period of greatness, where if you have nine years of greatness ten years of greatness around there. He's going to get in. And I had no problem with it. Okay. So get in CCC Tabatha who that's a good one. I haven't really given it that much stock because he's still playing. Real quickly won a World Series won a Cy Young led the league in wins twice. He's at what is he right now to forty six and a three set, you know, what there's a case to be made for CC's Tabatha. I think it will be close. He's a likable die, and that also factors into whether you like that or not but see see had some real dominant seasons. You know? That's what I was getting at because there's another guy that at times. Was one of the top two or three pitchers in the game that season that he got shipped the Milwaukee. Any puts the franchise. Oh, he was unbelievable Milwaukee. You know? But then there's other guys look similar, David Wolfe. Lot of postseason experience there. Yeah. That to any of the perfect game. See that that's the tough part now. And it's going to be how do we how do we judge pitchers? I don't think wells is all Famer. The only three-time all-star anyone to World Series AOL CSM VP led the league in wins. Once had the perfect game for thirteen ERA, though. I don't think walls is a hall of Famer mckeon your big guy getting back the hall of fame. I actually do. I think it's close. I think there's a very compelling case to be made for C. So when look at this generation of pitchers he's going to have one of the most wins because he's overseas. Well, over two hundred to forty seven he's gonna have he's gonna hit three thousand strikeouts. This year. That's true. Is that two thousand you know, what he's going to be a whole he's got a World Series. He's got a Cy Young my I thought it was it's going to be close. I think you'll get in. I do I think it's starting to get crazy with the way that you're gonna look at pictures in the future of hall. All no doubt three hundred wins used to be like the benchmark like you hit that. And you're a hall of fame. Have you didn't get if you didn't have three hundred hundred games ever again. It may never it may legitimately never happened. Well, here's the thing. Everyone. Tommy, john. So that takes takes a year and a half a year. Sometimes baseball is to Jacob degrom has the year that he had in two thousand five he's winning eighteen nineteen games. Ten games off. He played for anyone other than the match. You know, what I mean like a picture like that he's not gonna come close to three hundred. And this is my point too is Jacob Jacob degrom is in a hall of Famer because he's he's numbers on its way too early. And he's not gonna be able to play along he came onto the scene way too late. But let's say he has seven or eight more years like he did this year, which is very unlikely. But if you're seven or eight more years than ninety career wins and seven or eight more years of one race is he a hall of Famer that that's the difficult part? And here's the thing the standard. Now, I don't think it's fair to talk about the garden because I don't think he's done it long enough, but the standard now and your numbers are going to change. No, more steroids, really people still use. But you get popped now. So the numbers were pitching those specifically it's going to change drastically. I think it should change the two hundred wins. And I think the benchmark for career IRA career ERA should be below three five. Okay. As have been have been, but it also mad higher. Now. It also matters what you do in the postseason like, I agree with you. But my point on the postseason, and we were having this debate outside, and we gotta get quickly to get the lands. We were having this debate outside quit before I think the postseason should only be able to elevate you and you have to have the regular season to back it up for showing it does showing good regular season numbers. Iconic postseason to me. In my opinion. Should cause in Philly grain, the postseason Arizona different level than Boston die in the playoffs. He's not a hall of Famer. And that's why I would have been okay, not being in because he has got great. A really really? But there's no that that postseason doesn't exist there. All right. We'll take a timeout. Lance Berkman will join us next versus CBS sports update. With Jay Berman..

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"lance berkman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Jason, and it is really it's really emotional. And it's it's a it is a mixture of all the emotions of. Filaret Shen and profound sadness, you know. And and. That is going to be part of your weekend. And obviously at the at the hall of fame another drama, though involving Philadelphia pitcher is schilling. The case of schilling not making it and having the numbers to do it. And so many out there thinking that his personal beliefs off of the baseball diamond is keeping him out of what should be only about baseball. What do you stand on that subject? Jason voted for Kurt every year. He's been on the ballot. And I strongly believe that he should be in. As I've said a billion times, it's not the hall of Twitter. It's the hall of fame. I don't think you can even argue with his baseball credentials. But I don't think there's any doubt that it's social media that has heard them, you know, if you look back a couple of years, you will see that his vote. Total took one of the biggest and most shocking dips we've ever seen any never threw a pitch. You know, you can't you can't make three dozen votes. Disappear unless it's got something to do with what you have done or said off the field. And this was the first year where I think we saw a sign that. That's the people are over that. And he's in perfect position. Now to get elected very possibly next year. He's the leading returning vote-getter. And he's cleared sixty percent. He's got three elections to go over the last thirty years every player who was in his possession. Over sixty percent. At least three years left has been elected by the writers. I have no data who will be the next on that list. Jayson stark here on the rich Eisen show if you could wave a one and change something about the voting process. I mean, this is always something discussed in the NFL world and the pro football world. What would it be here for the voting process for you for the hall of fame? Jason. Well, I I would I would love to see the rule of ten change. What most? Onto to read down the requirement that you have to get five percent to stay on the ballot. You know, there's been something that we've actually been kicking around on Twitter all day because I tweeted earlier today that Lance Berkman to me is one of the worst one in Duns we've ever had the only players in history with as many hits as Lance Berkman an OPN, plus which accounts for a player's home, home park and era are very bonds and Manny Ramirez, and we know why they're not getting in the rule of tin says you can only vote for ten even if you think twelve should make it I've been one of those guys the last few years, and it I don't see that rule changing. I wish it would. I wish we could just vote. Yes, or no. And then five percent, I think that if you don't get five percent in two consecutive elections that should be that should drop you off. Because if you. That way everybody would know when they went to vote. This particular player would be dangerous falling off doesn't get five percent. And people could vote with that night. I mean, again, keep making the comparison to football because that's the one that I've been intimately involved in in for fifteen years where there's a a group of individuals that has been designated to winnow the field down from semifinals two finalist. And then that is the group that's presented in front of of a of an election group. And in terms of you know, baseball, it just seems that there's a ton of people that aren't considered hall of famers for an absurdly long time..

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"lance berkman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Jason, and it is really it's really emotional. And it's it's a it is a mixture of all the emotions of. Filaret Shen and profound sadness, you know. And and. That is going to be part of your weekend. And obviously at the at the hall of fame another drama, though involving Philadelphia pitcher is schilling. The case of schilling not making it and having the numbers to do it. And so many out there thinking that his personal beliefs off of the baseball diamond is keeping him out of what should be only about baseball. What do you stand on that subject? Jason voted for Kurt every year. He's been on the ballot. And I strongly believe that he should be in. As I've said a billion times, it's not the hall of Twitter. It's the hall of fame. I don't think you can even argue with his baseball credentials. But I don't think there's any doubt that it's social media that has heard them, you know, if you look back a couple of years, you will see that his vote. Total took one of the biggest and most shocking dips we've ever seen any never threw a pitch. You know, you can't you can't make three dozen votes. Disappear unless it's got something to do with what you have done or said off the field. And this was the first year where I think we saw a sign that. That's the people are over that. And he's in perfect position. Now to get elected very possibly next year. He's the leading returning vote-getter. And he's cleared sixty percent. He's got three elections to go over the last thirty years every player who was in his possession. Over sixty percent. At least three years left has been elected by the writers. I have no data who will be the next on that list. Jayson stark here on the rich Eisen show if you could wave a one and change something about the voting process. I mean, this is always something discussed in the NFL world and the pro football world. What would it be here for the voting process for you for the hall of fame? Jason. Well, I I would I would love to see the rule of ten change. What most? Onto to read down the requirement that you have to get five percent to stay on the ballot. You know, there's been something that we've actually been kicking around on Twitter all day because I tweeted earlier today that Lance Berkman to me is one of the worst one in Duns we've ever had the only players in history with as many hits as Lance Berkman an OPN, plus which accounts for a player's home, home park and era are very bonds and Manny Ramirez, and we know why they're not getting in the rule of tin says you can only vote for ten even if you think twelve should make it I've been one of those guys the last few years, and it I don't see that rule changing. I wish it would. I wish we could just vote. Yes, or no. And then five percent, I think that if you don't get five percent in two consecutive elections that should be that should drop you off. Because if you. That way everybody would know when they went to vote. This particular player would be dangerous falling off doesn't get five percent. And people could vote with that night. I mean, again, keep making the comparison to football because that's the one that I've been intimately involved in in for fifteen years where there's a a group of individuals that has been designated to winnow the field down from semifinals two finalist. And then that is the group that's presented in front of of a of an election group. And in terms of you know, baseball, it just seems that there's a ton of people that aren't considered hall of famers for an absurdly long time..

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"lance berkman" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Larry Walker made a big jump a little smaller than it looked like he might based on the public ballots that came out before the announcement. But still big, and it would be tough. He'd have to get another twenty percentage points of support to get it next year that would be difficult. But it's not that strong valid I think Derek is the only no doubt guy who's coming onto it. It. So it's possible that he makes that final leap. I hope he does. And as for everyone else. I don't know there wasn't that much movement. Elsewhere, it continues to perplex people that Omar Vizquel is getting the level of support that he got I think what he was like thirty seven or something rast year. And now he's at forty two point eight percent. And he is clearly not as good as people who are getting less support. Particularly Scott Rolen. I get the his Kelt case I understand what people are looking at. They're looking at a guy who won eleven Gold Gloves and played shortstop forever. And also head twenty eight hundred seventy seven hits that sound slick hall of Famer kind of when you just put it that way that he got on base allot of times and got a lot of hits. And yes, that's because he played twenty four years. But if you don't look at it that hard, you just know great fielder got almost three thousand heads that should be famous. So I understand. It's just when you dig a little deeper than you see that he really was not a good hitter at all by the standards of his day and was just kind of compiling the career counting stat. So it's hard to be super mad about it. Because I like Omar Vizquel like that's another thing. Like all the guys who got in. I think Rivera got one hundred not because he is the best baseball player ever. But because he just seems like a really great guy. And no one has anything negative to say about marrying. Her VERA, no writers seem to have had any clashes with him. And he just seems like a really good person off the field too. And that really shouldn't come into it. But obviously it does so between that and maybe between a little more agreement among voters, and some of the Salinas about can't vote for this guy being washed away with people who no longer have ballots that is where you get that kind of unanimity. So their stuff you can quibble with. But I think overall things moved in the right direction in this ballot. Lance Berkman got one point two percent support for his first hall of fame candidacy that will also be there for his last hall of fame candidacy one point two percent of devote Vladimir Guerrero. His first time around got seventy one point seven percent of the vote. His second time around ninety two point nine percent, Vladimir Guerrero, of course, joined the hall of fame last year, quite a anger, apps flat. Amir GRA was worth fifty four career wins above place. Bend cleanse Berkman which worth fifty six. I'm not. That's all I got. Yeah. No. I've seen people make the comparison. Now that Edgar is in you, look at Lynch Berkman, and you look at Gary Sheffield who got only thirteen point six percent support. Now in Sheffield's case, I think that has far more to do with PD's and maybe with people's perception of his attitude at times than it has to do with his career as a player, but also he's not a slam dunk statistical candidate because his fielding was so bad, but you can look at both of those guys and say, well what if they had? Followed the Edgar Crear pather. At least what if they had spent more time as D H is because Berkman was an NFL player. And so he had to play out of position. He was brought by Agwu for awhile..

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"lance berkman" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"For me for all of you, non skippers who didn't skip through this opening segment as thank you. You'll know this in the skippers won't I have a pretty intense bobblehead collection. That's over twenty deep including James harden. A Star Wars version version of James harden. John Wayne Geeta Bush, George Springer Carlos Correa. Jose altuve, Dallas kaikal, chemo, allies one. My fantasy football league Commissioner had himself made into a bobblehead that the heathens sit me that's the creepiest one thank you, Dan. Lance Berkman Bob Ross the white guy with the afro who paints. Dwight shrewd Patrick Beverley Chris dragon Davinci, he's an Astros pitcher. I got the game of thrones version, his bobblehead, Clyde, Drexler and more. I'm always on the lookout. For more bad ass bobbleheads. So holler at me on social media would tips to too hot ones that you may find. We're just send me some. I'm not gonna give you an address, but you can figure it out followers on Instagram at the Ross Bohlin podcast everyday on Instagram. We fill up our story with slide Sinden specifically by you, the listenership the RVP gang all the photos and videos, you see put up in that Instagram story from y'all and we get them through Snapchat. My Snapchat at W R bolan, Mike is at my critiques. Keep those the best naps coming. We'll take the good ones. Throw them up on the Instagram story where else on Twitter at Ross Bohlin pod were on Facebook somewhere. Nobody knows where nobody really cares. Follow all three of those Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, right? Some announcements this is kind of news less than announcement sort of news, James Gandolfini, son. Michael Gandolfini is going to play young Tony soprano in the upcoming prequel movie that I told you I was coming. At some point is being worked on. It's called the mini saints of Newark. And they got Michael Gandolfini on board to play young, Tony, which is obviously the role that his dad made into his legacy. So that's pretty cool. And something else I found out about this David chase co wrote the script for the movie with Lawrence Connor who's one of the writers from the original HBO hit series. So we are all good on that front like this things being carried the correct way. It's not going to be some bootleg piece of shit. That destroys the legacy of the sopranos and Mike Gandolfini is going to be in it, which I didn't realize he was an actor. Apparently, he's in one of the other HBO shows that they've had gone the last couple years. It's the one about fuck account. It's like the seventies porn or something. Like that. I don't know. Here's a quote from Michael it's a profound honor to continue my dad's legacy while stepping into the shoes of a young Tony soprano. He's nineteen by the way. He said I'm thrilled that I'm going to have the opportunity to work with David chasing,.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"The promo code to see who's listening and who's buying they keep track keeping your toes. Yeah. They track of how many people, and that's what they do. And then they decide that they want advertise again Brooklyn, and these really are the best sheets ever. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. We got this note from how Durant who says this is how Seattle you have been good enough to play a couple of songs for my band. The almost faithful and the reaction has been fantastic, though, not quite enough to book a tour to Europe. We're seeing some good turn out for shows. We've been got one with cheese Aretha last show. Wow. Anyhow, if I recall Tuesday's normally to Tuesday's on the pond, I have no idea how that short. So I thought I'd sit in two more songs from recently released album, human nature. The first song is called I disappear. The second song which we will play later is quote because it's too Tuesday. Well, it's to win two for Wednesday is big blue dervish both are up tempo. Rocks full of melancholy ruminations of what could fun stuff anyway. So this is the almost fateful you'll hear them. And then you'll hear them at the end of the podcast. Richard Justice them will be dot com. Genius union. So let me get we're going to talk about the hall of fame. Almost exclusively Mariana Rivera went in unanimously. Why didn't you vote against them? If I voted I honestly would have to keep the tradit- said this on the show last night. I would have voted he's getting in. I would've voted against the why didn't you? Lifton the ballots are now made public a week later. And there's a guy named Ryan tip though that he attracts the ballots as they're submitted. You sent him your ballot. And there's pressure to do that. I know a bunch of guys that didn't want the ballots made public, and I just think there's a shaming process to it. So people would say to me, you know, Rivera's going to get in you feel strongly about let's say that Lance Berkman should stay on the ballot. He he didn't get enough to stay on. Why wouldn't you have a strategic bowel? Yeah. No. Because the next day you're going to get a call and this actually happened from dick young when he was alive, the new York Daily News, and it's going to say I'm going to slice you and dice you into a million pieces tomorrow in my column this actually happened. Once a guy that didn't vote for Mickey Mantle got a call from dick young. You don't he said to the guy he said, I just don't believe anybody should go in on the first ballot. Dick young. So there's a shaming process to looks eleven people didn't vote for Babe Ruth when they were counting the ballots in nineteen thirty six they actually stopped the ballot counting. What are we doing out here? Man, come home me. So I will tell you. And I said this on PTI, I think it's a quaint an honorable tradition. It never kept anybody out. And always gave you something to talk about SMARI on Rivera's a first ballot hall. Of course, he is. But I'd have taken the bullet on that one. Just because I. You wanna be that guy? You get the call from say New York, and since you you didn't vote for Tom Seaver? Can you explain that? Well, actually, I can't explain it. All right. So so there's no question that even though this is a relatively new position invented pretty much. Tony LaRussa and Dennis Eckersley that Mariana Rivera's the best ever. So he's in. And nobody would argue that he's the sure thing. Three other people got in yesterday. Edgar Martinez designated hitter. If it was up to me, I think I would have had David Ortiz as the first designated hitter. I put in Mike Messina and ROY halladay, and I'm not sure Richie. I don't know who you voted for. I'm not sure that any of them again. And I say this a lot is it's not the whole of the very good. It's not it's the greatest players of all time Harrow Baynes. He's the Tracy McGrady of the hall of fame in in this. Now, Tracy McGrady should not be in the hall of fame, and you should not. And hell Baynes shouldn't be can't did you vote or do you justify Martinez Messina and halladay? I'm a big hog..

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"lance berkman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Member FDIC copyright 2018 Capital One trying to justify putting both berry and Roger Clemens in. But after seeing some interviews today with some hall of famers, and with some players that were their contemporaries who play with them back when when when they were just absolutely dominating major league baseball. There's still no I I don't want to say no love lost. But there's still no, you know, nobody's really upset that Barry Bonds or Roger Clemens are not getting in the hall of fame. And of course, we all understand why that is is because of the the possibilities in berries case because it's never really been. I it's never been out. Now proven I guess that is use performance enhancing drugs. But there's still a speculation out there regarding both of them in that era. And the thought is is that, hey as long as they're tied to that as long as there is no. Remorse given on both parts. And and and Katie you talked about it before the show in regards to how Roger Clemens has handled this situation. We all understand how Barry Bonds handle it. He's been silent. Right. He hasn't talked about it at all. And it's not been a topic that he brings up I've had a chance to interview him at events here in Las Vegas, and and and is always off limits. Anything anything re in regards to any of that stuff? He doesn't want to talk about. So it's mean, I guess I understand it. But at the same time, it's gonna cost them because they're not going to get a chance to be immortalized. That's the thing. I mean, if they came out like Andy Pettitte, and they came out and said, look, it was the era we played in and most people feel that bonds and Clemens were clean for a good portion of their career Clemens with his years with the Red Sox bonds years with the buckles. And then afterwards, you know, what there were a lot of people doing it. They're figuring. What if they're doing it? We're doing it and just enhance them so much. And when you see the size difference of Barry Bonds, you know, from his his biceps on his head being. In two sizes bigger. Whatever was I mean, you know, you know, what existed and you start seeing these numbers. And so maybe we didn't put it together with the Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire when they're doing this home run chase because you know, McGuire was a big guy. But then when you look back at his rookie picture when he's coming out of USC, and you look and you're like, wow, he did bulk up pretty good. But we will remember the bash brothers with can say going Maguire's, we figured he's a big guy. You know, we're not. We're not sure about him. We're not sure Sosa big guy. We're not sure. And of course, not only Sosa with the with the steroids. But also with the cork bat for the love of God got busted with that too. So, but yeah, so they I remember Lance Berkman saying, you know, it sucks because I'm in an era where the Mitchell report and all this stuff comes out. And there are a lot of people that usually goes, and it sucks because I'm a husky built guy. And so people right away are lumping me together thinking he used because look at them, you know, and they're just judging you by looks and you have the extrordinary seasons. Don't you can how about this nineteen ninety three ninety four Brady Anderson? Right. You talked about berry. He goes from thirteen fifty two home runs in that season. And I remember actually going down because that was the first year that I believe that Camden Yards opened up. And I was in college time we drove down from Boston down to Camden Yards to see the Orioles play the Tigers. And that's one of the Tigers had the Mickey tattle tins assess fielders, you know, they had like all the guys they hit over twenty home runs that season. And it was our economy speculation a lot of baseball fans minds as to what was going on. And then all of a sudden Brady Anderson's hitting fifty plus bomb brain again and hitting fifty. Are you kidding me? Both guys are. Shooting fifty nine on.

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"lance berkman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lance berkman" Discussed on KTRH

"People's sensitivity Audrey Morton, NewsRadio seven forty K, Terry. Oh, women have always had this sensitivity. Men. Don't have to worry that dimples. If that if that Avon add his body, shaming the water, plastic surgeons do every day, they're in the business, buddy. Shamming? No, I guess so right. I mean, we're going to take it to that level. Even the word sag as a bad word. You heard the way she said. Oh heavens. You know? I've never met a man yet. He had to worry about cellulite. It is now seven oh, eight major league baseball hall of fame class. Twenty nineteen scheduled to be announced today, and it appears there won't be any Astra's on the list. Early return suggests that pitchers Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte are gonna fall short reports also suggesting Lance Berkman and ROY Oswald are struggling to get the five percent of those needed to even remain on the ballot. The hall of fame class of twenty nine thousand nine is going to be revealed at five PM this evening. Our time and the Houston Rockets stumbled in Philly they lost to the Sixers won twenty one ninety three. They're going to be a New York to face the Knicks tomorrow night, you're gonna always catch all your rockets action on sports talk seven ninety. I'm sheriff Ryan Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Houston's morning news continues with Jimmy Barrett and share a fryer nine here in Houston's morning news. He wanted to move this country. She said all right. I'll go along with it. But. I want to be within ten minutes of a what a burger. And.

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