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"le mayhew" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"5 to play for you for the first half of the deal. All right, well, if you're looking at the back half of his contract and what you predict, I think this is a natural gateway. We have to ask you for your favorite thing predictions. Yeah, I am glad you're laughing. It's gonna get real, real, real quick. My favorite thing. You know, the predictions. The one thing that when they turn out well, nobody cares and when they don't, everybody cares. All right, well, let's care about this one. Do you think Aaron judge will eclipse Roger Maris 61 home runs this season? So before the second half on ESPN dot com, I was asked this very question. And this was before Aaron judge went off on a home run jag to begin the second half, which validated my answer, which was yes. I do believe he will exceed 61 home runs this year. I am currently like you can hear it. Yankees fans. I am knocking on wood right now. My wooden desk right here, I don't want to drop a passing curse on him and doom him to the injured list and ruin the Yankee season, but so long as Aaron judge stays healthy, I would be stunned if he did not exceed 61. Well, I'm glad you're speaking directly to Yankees fans because my next prediction I want to ask you is, where is Aaron judge playing next season? Oh boy. This is a tougher one. The Yankees are always around or in excess of the luxury tax threshold, which is $230 million this year, $233 million next year. And let's remember they already have Garrett Cole under contract for a $36 million a year. They already have Giancarlo Stanton under contract for more than $30 million a year. They've got DJ le mayhew under contract. But if you look at their luxury tax number next year, right now it's only at a $140 million. So the Yankees have the room, they have the revenues, they have the reason. And that reason is why my long winded answer to this question is that he will continue wearing pinstripes next season. I think it's because the alternative is kind of devastating. I'm not basing my judgment for what the New York Yankees are going to do with Aaron judge. On my friends who are Yankee fans, but all of them. Men, women. Their children, every Yankees fan I know. Finds the notion of Aaron judge wearing a different uniform, absolutely devastating. Aaron judge, he's the type of player who Yankees fans truly want to root for. And the type of season he's having right now, the possibility that he's going to exceed 61 home runs and win the American League MVP. And potentially take the Yankees to their first championship since 2009. That's the kind of guy, if you're a franchise like the Yankees, you don't let go.
"le mayhew" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Moment. Oh my gosh. Female hypotheticals are coming together. The perfect question. I think this is great. They'd absolutely never do it. Do you think you would get vertigo? If you you're coming set and then you go into your throwing motion and like when I guess a follow-up question I have to this flawless idea is when does it stop moving or once it has started to sink, does it just keep sinking until the ball has been released? When you come set and you're ready to go into your throwing motion, do they go, oh, okay. The journey to the center of the earth. Right. I mean, no, because that's been is fiction. And this is serious. How dare you? Sorry to make him a Cree of this question. But yeah, maybe it's a vertigo? Goes until you're too deep to actually throw the ball out of. And then it's just a walk? I love this. This is perfect. I have no notes. I really like this too. It would have to sink fairly quickly, I think, because if it were sinking really slowly and imperceptibly, then that would be no fun. And also it would not be sufficient to pick up the pace, so it would not have to go down super quickly because then you might be off balance and safety issue. So that's a problem so you'd have to find the right rate of descent. So that you're not endangering anyone, but also you are measurable, lowering the mound in the time that you might take over and above the pitch clock timer. So if you could find that right pace and I wonder just analytically speaking, I mean, if you could calculate the benefit that you get from taking a little extra time to recharge or plan your next pitch. Right, how do you balance those? Yeah, versus whatever you lose by having a little less. That too. Yeah, I mean, that's the thing. Also, is your accuracy compromised by this. So it would have to be. Does it do weird things to the little stones in your ear? Yeah. So maybe it's not even so much about losing the advantage of height, but just like having a hard time putting the ball where you want it. You probably being lowered in real time. And then how does the rate interact with yeah, how fast would it go and do you like when, you know, when the motion starts, you know, in movies or TV shows where someone will be in an elevator and it starts and they're like, oh no, we're going, and they move, they're like, well, I've started because it started lurch. There's a word, that's a more descriptive way of talking about this. Yeah, I guess some guys would fall. And like, how fast do you, it would depend who's setting the speed, right? 'cause I found out the other day that on June 29th, the earth moved faster, like it spun faster bed. Did you hear about this? Yeah, we had like the shortest day ever on June 29th, and I was like, oh wow, like how much did we lose? And then it was like, 1.59 milliseconds. And I was like, oh, so it was the same length. Like, I get that you know it's different, but like that isn't meaningful to me. Like I can't even count that. I can't even like pause and be like, I remember it was. I have no sense of how short a long time that is. As opposed to this where you would want it to mean something, but you wouldn't want to guide a fall down and you wouldn't want the little rocks in his ears inner ears to get out of whack because that's how you get vertigo. This is my original question. Do you get vertigo when this happens? You get off kilter? You're gonna be like on the injured list for vertigo? I just, I like the image of it because everyone would be able to see it. Yeah. And it's almost like a dunce cap sort of situation. It's a powerful social motivator. I'm not endorsing dunce cap which seemed kind of cruel, but I am endorsing low level shaming of pitchers who take a really long time between pitches. So I like this implementation of that, I think, where everyone would see you slowly sinking into the ground and with no lolly gagging. It's like being yanked off the stage with a cane or something, basically it's like you're sinking into the earth. It is quicksand essentially, which is another thing that came up on a recent Patreon episode. Y'all are missing out. Those of you who are not listening to our bonus pads. But I love the image of this and if we could work out the particulars, then I think it's much more entertaining than an automatic ball. Well, and then Ben, here's another question for you. Does this further incentivize the development of development makes it sound like we're growing them in the lab? But does this further incentivize teams to have very, very tall pitchers? Right, because can you offset some of the dip by being like 6 9? You know, you're like, I'm just up here. It's fine. I'm still a skyscraper. Don't worry about it. It's like when your foundation settles. I guess you're relative height advantage would not be different. So if it's advantageous to be tall, now maybe it wouldn't be more advantageous, but you would have more leeway and you would still be very tall and still be very good vertical approach angle and all that. So yeah, the merits further consideration for sure. Forwarded to Theo Epstein and co yeah, get on it, Theo. 'cause it's just, you know, it would be so funny. Yeah. Very funny. We would be like, ha ha. Improve baseball while also making it more whimsical than I think we should. Yeah. Two in one. All right, here is a much less radical suggestion from Mitch Patreon supporter who says, on today's, this was a past days. Yankees Red Sox broadcast David Conan ran ruco were singing the praises of DJ le mayhew being a plus defender at first second and third base, and they raised the idea of a utility gold glove for a guy like le mayhew who may not amass sufficient numbers at any one spot. Would you all support the creation of such a thing? And I've got to say when I read this, I had to do a double take because I thought this already existed. I did too. And I think I thought that because there is a fielding Bible over okay, so are you totally players? Yeah, yeah. We have both been fielding Bible award voters. And so good for us that we didn't get that one wrong 'cause that would have been more embarrassing having voted. Yeah, so I would support the creation of this. In fact, I forgot that it did not already exist in it. Now that I recall that it does not, I think that it should, and there's already the example out there of the fielding Bible award. And you've just got many more players playing multiple positions because if you were bench spots for position players. And so everyone's got to have a bunch of gloves or a bunch of different positional skill sets. And so it sucks to exclude players from consideration just because they might not meet the minimum innings total at any one particular position. So yeah, wholehearted support for this proposal. Yeah, I think that it should reflect the way that teams build their rosters. I think awards generally should have some relationship to baseball as it is played on the field and baseball as teams understand it. And so yeah, this seems like there were guys who we know are bringing tremendous value to their clubs by being able to go here and there and everywhere either to take advantage of a particular matchup or hide a guy or deal with injury and how paper that over. And so I think recognizing that seems like it just bears a good resemblance to the game. Yeah. That's probably an easier sell than the elevator style pitching platform. I would think to the powers that be. Can you have actual dirt on it 'cause you're gonna lose a little dirt when it goes up and down. So you need like a rubber ring around the bottom of the mound and then it'll help keep that dirt in and then we won't lose dirt into the pit that we have just put into the field. Yeah, and would there be chicanery I wonder with the motion of the mound because you always hear rumors and certainly it's been documented at various times baseball history that some teams will monkey with the mound a bit that they will have higher or lower, steeper, less steep mountains, just depending on the preferences of their pitchers and maybe to throw visiting pictures off their game. So could you tamper with the hydraulics so that you would have different rates of descent as
Birthday boy LeMahieu scores in 10th, Yanks beat Reds 7-6
"Alexey Diaz on cork two straight wild pitches in the tenth inning allowing the Yankees to beat the red 7 to 6 The AL east leaders erased four zero and 6 5 deficits before DJ le mayhew scored the winning run on his 34th birthday Giancarlo state and tied it with a solo Homer in the 8th Isaiah kinder falafel hit a three run double while the Yankee scored 5 times in the third inning That came after Louis severino served up homers by Kyle farmer Mike Moustakas and Stuart Fairchild in a four pitch span of the second inning The outcome ends the Yankees three game losing streak I'm Dave
Judge, Hicks hit grand slams as Yankees pound Pirates 16-0
"The Yankees avoided a third straight loss by blasting the pirates 16 nothing to earn a split of their two game set Neither team scored until DJ le mayhew's RBI single in the 5th one inning before Josh Donaldson and Joey Gallo hit back to back homers during the three pitch span Aaron judge and Aaron hicks added grand slams while the Yankees were scoring 11 times over their final two at bats Kyle higashioka and Giancarlo Stanton also went deep for New York which leads the majors with 139 home runs I'm Dave
"le mayhew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The industry deals with the shortage of workers and pilots And President Biden says he has been briefed on the missing Americans in Ukraine Brian shook has the very latest Three Americans are reportedly missing in the country with Biden saying it is not known where they are He reiterated that nobody from the U.S. should be going to Ukraine The three military veterans went to the country to help in the fight against Russia I'm Brian shook And that's the latest I'm Jim Forbes Now this Bloomberg sports update after two rounds of play at the U.S. open golf tournament in Brookline Massachusetts Colin Morikawa and Joel Damon atop a leader board at 5 under par defending champion John rahm among a group of 5 players who are at four under Phil Mickelson failed to make the cut Victories on Friday night for both of us and the Yankees and it was the Grand Slam home run that played a key role in each team's victory At city field the mets on the Marlins met for the first time this season and the mets come away with a ten to four win highlighted by Pete Alonso's Grand Slam part of a 7 run 6th inning for Alonso is 19th Homer of the year Francisco Lindor homered in the first to give them an early three zero lead Carlos Carrasco pitched 6 plus innings and strikeout 7 He is now 8 and two on the year The mets now lead the braves by 5 and a half games the braves had their 14 game winning streak snapped by the cubs one's another In Toronto the Yankees unleash a 14 hit attack including four home runs to beat the Blue Jays 12 to three to take the first game of the three game weekend series Yankees have now won 8 straight and it was Anthony Rizzo's Grand Slam in the 5th inning that highlighted an 8 run uprising that put the game away for Rizzo his 17th Homer of the year John Carlos danton DJ le mayhew and Joey Gallo all went deep Jordan Montgomery raises his record to three and one allowing just two runs over 6 innings and striking out 5 The Colorado avalanche looking to take a commanding lead in the Stanley Cup final Colorado hosting the Tampa Bay lightning for game two tonight in Denver the avalanche came away with a four three win in game one after Andre we were cosi netted the game winner in overtime Major League Soccer the Red Bulls will be looking to bounce back from last week's loss to Charlotte New York playing host to Toronto FC lanyard tonight in Harrison the Red Bulls tied with CF Montreal in the standings with 23 points Will the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom.
"le mayhew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now this Bloomberg sports update after two rounds of play at the U.S. open golf tournament in Brookline Massachusetts Colin Morikawa and Joel Damon atop a leader board at 5 under par defending champion John rom among a group of 5 players who are at four under Phil Mickelson failed to make the cut Victories on Friday night for both of us and the Yankees and it was the Grand Slam home run that played a key role in each team's victory At city field the mets and the Marlins met for the first time this season and the mets come away with a ten to four win highlighted by Pete Alonso's Grand Slam part of a 7 run 6th inning for Alonso is 19th Homer of the year Francisco Lindor homered in the first to give them that's an early three zero lead Carlos Carrasco pitched 6 plus innings and strikeout 7 he is now 8 and two on the year The mets now lead the braves by 5 and a half games the braves had their 14 game winning streak snapped by the cubs once another In Toronto the Yankees unleash a 14 hit attack including four home runs to beat the Blue Jays 12 to three to take the first game of a three game weekend series Yankees have now won 8 straight and it was Anthony Rizzo's Grand Slam in the 5th inning that highlighted an 8 run uprising that put the game away for Rizzo his 17th Homer of the year John Carlos Stanton DJ le mayhew and Joey Gallo all went deep Jordan Montgomery raises his record to three and one allowing just two runs over 6 innings and striking out 5 The Colorado avalanche looking to take a commanding lead in the Stanley Cup final Colorado hosting the Tampa Bay lightning for game two tonight in Denver the avalanche came away with a four three win in game one after Andre Varys netted the game winner in overtime Major League Soccer the Red Bulls will be looking to bounce back from last week's loss to Charlotte New York playing host to Toronto FC lanyard tonight in Harrison for Red Bulls tied with CF Montreal in the standings with 23 points While the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers This is masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio I'm Barry results you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio my special guest this week is doctor Charles strom He is the CEO and cofounder of liquid diagnostics He has been advancing genetic testing for more than three decades previously he was the medical director for genetic testing at Quest Diagnostics where he pioneered DNA testing for forensic and paternity applications His work has led him to appearances on such shows as 60 minutes and Oprah doctor buck strom welcome to Bloomberg Thank you for having me Barry My pleasure So let's start a little bit with your educational background You graduate University of Chicago with both a PhD in biology and a medical degree was the plan always to work in genetics Yes From the time I was in 7th grade I knew I wanted to be a scientist And as an undergraduate I became interested in prenatal diagnosis in particular And when I was an undergraduate I did research and found that one of the centers to do that research was at University of Chicago in one of my early mentors Albert Dorfman had published paper on prenatal diagnosis for hunter syndrome So I actually sent him a letter typed it out on my Smith Corona electric typewriter And it's a him and lo and behold a month later I got a packet of information Say how would you like to come work on my lab over the summer And that led to my entering an MD PhD program that was called the medical scientist training program was a federally funded program It paid for my tuition and gave me a living stipend as a 6 year program turned my MD and PhD So yes I was always my plan to be a medical scientist And you worked under biochemical geneticist William nyhan whose kind of legendary in that field tell us a little bit about working with doctor nehan and what you learned from him and what that experience was like Yeah well that was fabulous So again this was a cold call I started out in between my first and 12 one year of college And my adviser in the master of my college was scientist named Richard goldsmith and he said hey I have a buddy doctor William nyhan out in San Diego Maybe I could send a letter and you could go out and work for him over the summer between your freshman and sophomore year in college And it was like you know somebody asking me if I wanted to work for the Pope And I said yes of course I do And same thing He welcomed me He had the laboratory and he and his partner Larry sweetman got me hooked on biochemical genetics And then after I went to medical school got my MD got my PhD the obvious choice for me to do a residency was at University of California San Diego where doctor Nye and had become the chairman of the department So that was just a no brainer So I ended up doing my residency there and for the three years of my residency and fellowship I worked I worked with William nyhan Who has an encyclopedic knowledge of biochemical genetics and it was just a fabulous experience for me Tell us about some of the grand to pursue genetics of growth disorders that you were working on at the University of Chicago They seem really quite fascinating Yeah so from a very early age I was interested in developmental biology which is the science studying the mechanisms by which we go from an embryo in which all cells are identical to an adult where we have hundreds of different specialized cells And Albert Dorfman my mentor University of Chicago was working on the differentiation of cartilage In chickens So I was cutting off limb buds from 9 dozen chickens a week And growing them in tissue culture and they would differentiate into chondrocytes which are cartilage cells in tissue culture That was involved before DNA sequencing DNA analysis was available And then when cloning started gene cloning I got a grant to clone the gene for human cartilage specific collagen and to see how that got turned on during development It was very exciting So how does that lead to pioneering DNA testing for forensic and paternity applications So I've always been what I call an applied scientist Scientists out there really come in two forms One is the basic sciences the person that really wants to delve incredibly deeply into one particular problem I always was more interested in how are we going to use these developments to help people in particular I was a professor at University of Chicago DNA testing for forensics was just in its infancy DNA had not yet been admitted into courts in Illinois I was approached by several different prosecutors who had very difficult cases in ask if I could if I could do DNA testing to support their cases and being an academics and having some academic freedom I said yes in legal in Illinois I don't know if this is around the United States There's something called a fry hearing where before laboratory.
Rizzo slam in 8-run 5th, Yanks rout Jays 12-3 for 8th in row
"Anthony Rizzo crushed a 5th in Grand Slam off trumper Richards as New York Cruz to a 12 three victory at Rogers center With the Bezos loaded was the 6th of his career Working through Kingston and just always trying to find the right position to be in and it's kind of just the ebb and flow of the season of staying with it and having good at that It was part of an 8 run frame for the Yankees who also got homers from Giancarlo Stanton DJ le mayhew and Joey gallop George Montgomery was 6 of things giving up just three hits for the win He improved to three and one John leatherbee to
"le mayhew" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"He saw the story about Elijah and he thought he had been waiting his whole life. Who do I give this baseball to? I'm up there in years now. Who do I give this to? And the answer was Elijah blankenburg. He sent that ball and he sent a heartfelt letter to Elijah and it's one of the last things they opened up on camera. I was attached for a ten foot bullshit. I was telling her just about channeling the dark baby on both legs. My back, my butt. The Mickey Mantle. The 68 Yankees son and the story that goes with it. That probably meant more to him for the past however many years than anything. He's never wrong. In the past, I don't want my sons. Special. And it was just the absolute perfect ending to Cynthia's story and it was absolutely something that Elijah now values as much as anything else in his entire house. I still, though, have a question, Ryan, despite how amazing and how heartwarming that is, which is like, does he get the binder that he himself lost back? So they open up the hundred packages. Everybody's exhausted and taps out. We're done unboxing. And what that meant was Elijah took 75 to a hundred packages back home. And the goal was pull up in these up in the morning. We're all tired, but the idea that maybe the binder was in there. Maybe that Lemay who card is in here. He couldn't take it. So they opened up the rest of the packages. They were up half the night opening everything up. And it was one amazing thing after another. One after the other, incredible acts of kindness from people. But at the end of it, the last package they realized the binder is not in here. And he did not end up getting it back at all ever since. But one of the things that the reason that you're going to like the end of this story more than you thought is because one of the things that happens and it probably happens to you Pablo sometimes is that during the course of this, the mom Colleen had a lot of people who were just like, you know, I know LeBron James, like his cousin's mom used to be a principal at the school that brawny goes to, of course. I'm gonna reach out. And, you know, you could politely nod your head like, yeah, yeah, sure, sure, sure. And Colleen did that. A woman from Georgia had reached out and said, oh, you know, my in laws are married, you know, she married into DJ le mayhew, and so I'll reach out and blah, blah, blah, and probably not in that long into sedan. Thank you, thank you so much, really appreciate that. Well, the woman who said that in Georgia was legit because a couple weeks later, Elijah came home, got home from school, his mom said, hey, I got a package for you. And it had a Georgia return address and a tremendous amount of tape. And so it felt a little bit like, is this the Holy Grail? There's something in here. There's a lot of tape. Elijah took him a while, but he methodically worked his way through ripping this thing open and he needed scissors. And it had a note inside and it just said, I hope this gets you going again. And along with the note, Elijah pulled out a DJ le mayhew card. And the sign baseball, and it just said, to Elijah, DJ le mayhew number 26. Elijah fell apart in his kitchen. He looked at his mom, oh my God, is this.
"le mayhew" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Ryan Hawkins, you are on the sports collectibles beat for ESPN daily and that means that I have no idea where your stories generally begin. So where are we today? Well, this one began on March 19th in Sarasota, Florida. It was a Yankees Orioles spring training game, not exactly the Super Bowl, but it was the Super Bowl for kid named Elijah blankenburg. He was an 11 year old boy. He went to that game for the first time trying to get autographs from his favorite players. And he is a incredibly shy kid. So when I say it was his Super Bowl, it was in many regards. His goal was to get autographs, but it also was an opportunity to just come out of his shell, and it's not an easy thing. And so that was the goal. For those of us who have not been to spring training for the New York Yankees, what does that seem like? How hectic is it? How kind of intimidating is it for a kid who might be, as you said, super, super shy. Well, getting autographs, it's a hockey scrum. And it is not a planned hockey scrum. It is absolute mayhem, a player pops out of the dugout, or he doesn't. You just don't know who's going to show up and when and for how long there's nothing more heartbreaking than seeing a pack of 25 kids swarm to get an autograph from a baseball player. And then the player signs 11 and then goes and stretches in the outfield. So the stakes are incredible because you just don't know how long it's going to go. It's exciting, but it's also potentially heartbreaking. So amid all of this jostling all of this chaos, why is this 11 year old there in specific? What's making him try his hand at this lottery? Well, he really, really wanted DJ le mayhew's autograph. Yes, DJ le mayhew, the all star utility man for the Yankees. High fly ball. Deep right center. Going back Hernandez. See ya, a big home run for le mayhew. It's four four in The Bronx. Baseball and DJ and because of I can play everywhere like him. Wow. Yeah. It's his favorite player. He wanted his signature, but more than that. I mean, his parents went with him, they coached him up. I can't say he's shy enough. He is among the shyest people I've ever spoken to. And they picked out a perfect spot, and they cozied up with other autograph collectors. And it was an opportunity to see this little kid kind of go for it. How does this go in the scrum? Like, give us the physics of all of these people colliding. A player pops out, wanders over near the bleachers and everybody runs and yells and tries to get their attention. And so the first thing that happened was he got Josh Donaldson the autograph. And he just sort of slid in there. Lurk, and he got a Josh Donaldson. And that boosted his confidence a little bit. And sure enough, DJ Lemay he wanders out. Elijah, did you have a moment where you were like, I want to yell his name, but I'm not going to. I can't. Yeah. He was like on the other side of the dugout. And I wanted to yell his name. But then these other people yelled it. And so, but then he went over to that. You got in there too. Yeah. It's crazy. People are hands flying with cards and baseballs and hats and all sorts of stuff. The stakes were very high. Like you don't know when he's just going to be done and walk away. And so Elijah had his hand extended and he just threw all this mayhem of all these little arms. He feels his card disappear. He looks up and it's DJ Lemay who has the card in his hand and he signs it and he hands it back and oh my gosh, his parents were so proud. He was proud of himself. So he gets his autograph. He goes back to his seat and his.
Kluber, Cole duel, Rays end Yankees' 4-game winning streak
"The race scored in the late innings to bounce back and beat the Yankees three to one after two straight losses to them The angst grabbed a one zero lead just three batters into the game as Anthony Rizzo sacrifice fly played a DJ le mayhew But the raised Corey Kluber and three relievers shut out New York in just two hits the rest of the way Garrett Cole had a shutout going for New York with two out in the 6 but Tampa Bay scratched out a run to tie to one on Randy or rosarina single The race took the lead in the 7th and yandy Diaz's infield hit and another in the 8th of Manuel Margot single I'm Tom
"le mayhew" Discussed on AP News
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"le mayhew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg sports update Three rounds complete PGA Championship nido Pereira three shot advantage on will zalatoris and Matt Fitzpatrick at 9 under meanwhile for Tiger Woods a really rough day a 9 over 79 left him at plus 12 for the tournament He is withdrawn due to leg pain Matt's a rocky split a double header in Colorado game one went to the mets 5 one Carlos Carrasco alleged a run over 5 and a third starling Marte went deep then the rockies stumped the mets 11 three in the night cap Yankees took out the White Sox 7 5 DJ le mayhew a Grand Slam Now mister Cortez junior 5 innings for the win a clay Holmes got the last four outs he's up to 21 straight scoreless innings possibly taking over the closer's role Probably he's gonna relievers There's been in the league I would think to this point I can't imagine it being any better and you know to come in obviously they're in a big spot I wanted to face on the top of their order with all those righties coming up There was also an incident with Josh Donaldson and Tim Anderson in this one Donaldson calling Anderson Jackie referring to Jackie Robinson Anderson called himself that in an article in 2019 however Anderson didn't take too kindly to it calling it a racist remark the league is now looking into the matter Rangers their backs firmly up against the wall they're down two games sent onto the hurricanes as the scene shifts to the garden for game three on Sunday afternoon despite being down though head coach drug gallant remains positive We commit to this building earlier in the season twice when we get dominated 50 shots I think we come in here We play good defensive hockey battled hard We only got one goal That's a disappointing part of it but you know we played a good hockey team We played good hockey and you know fell short a little bit so what do you do You get ready for the two home games now coming up Break mistakes went to early voting going off at 5 to one epicenter Creative minister rounded out the top three as for Kentucky Derby winner rich strike did not run in the race a planned rest as they get the horse ready for the Belmont stakes Easter Conference Finals the he took out the Celtics one O 9 one O three take a two one series lead and the avalanche too much for the blues 5 two They're up to one in that series And that's your Bloomberg sports update I'm Mark Bennett You're listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio The.
"le mayhew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To Seoul on Sunday by appearing publicly with the chairman of the Hyundai motor group and praised Hyundai's decision to build a $5 billion electric vehicle plan in Georgia Biden said electric vehicles are quote good for our climate goals and good for business Before leaving Japan the president will visit U.S. troops stationed in South Korea Baby formula shipped in from Europe could hit U.S. store shelves early next week the first shipment from operation flight formula will arrive in Indiana this weekend after about a 130 pallets of Nestlé infant formula were loaded onto cargo aircraft in Germany and Morgan Freeman is no longer allowed in Russia The Hollywood actor is one of nearly a thousand Americans that Russia's foreign ministry added to its stop list on Saturday several members of the Biden administration are also on that list That's the latest I'm Jim Forbes And now this Bloomberg sports update Three rounds completed the PGA Championship mito Pereira will enter the final 18 holding a three shot advantage at 9 under looking for his first career major will's Alan Torres Matt Fitzpatrick both sit at 6 under bubba Watson fell back to minus two He's 7 off the pace as he followed up a course record 63 with a two over 73 meanwhile Tiger Woods really struggled all day and it is round at plus 9 a 79 left him at 12 over for the tournament He is now withdrawn from the tournament citing leg pain Medicine rocky split a double header in Colorado game one went to the mets 5 one Carlos Carrasco 5 and a third solid innings to pick up his fourth win on the season starling Marte a two run shot rockies came back to then thump the meds in the nightcap 11 three Yankees finished off the White Sox 7 5 DJ le mayhew a Grand Slam that's your Cortez junior 5 strong to pick up a second win There are some fireworks in this game Chicago accusing Josh Donaldson of making a racist remark towards Tim Anderson referring to him as Jackie as in Jackie Robinson Now Donaldson admitted he did do that but it does say that this is just a big misunderstanding 2019 he came up with the interview said that he was a new Jackie Robinson of baseball He's going to bring back fun for the game right And 2019 when I played for Elena we actually joked about that On the game I don't know what's changed from and I've said it to him in years past Rangers hope to get back in their series with the hurricanes down two games to none as a scene will ship to the garden for game three on Sunday afternoon Range is going to need more production from their top three players make as a banish ad Chris kreider artemy Panera had combined for just 7 shots thus far and zero points Elsewhere the avalanche is overpowered the blues 5 two they grab a two one series advantage NBA Eastern Conference Finals heat which stood the Celtics one O 9 one O three take a two one series lead but Jimmy Butler left with the knee injury an early voting won the Preakness going off at 5 to one And that's your Bloomberg sports update I'm Mark Bennett I'm Barry Richards you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio my extra special guest this week is Gerard O'Reilly He is the co chief executive officer and chief investment officer of dimensional fund advisers The 40 year old firm has about 1500 employees and manages about $650 billion in client assets so let's talk a little bit about the growth of DFA and your role there You're a bit younger than the typical member of your management team how does that affect how you do your job What do you bring to the table that some of the more senior managers might be missing So I've never really thought about it to be perfectly honest and maybe that's in part because I've always been on the younger side whether it was in high school relative to the rest of the folks in my class I went to college when I was 16 And so it was a little younger than the other folks in my class And then when I started working up dimensional after doing a PhD was younger than some of the other folks in the research team So it's always been kind of the state of play So I don't think about it too much I would say I have to mention we have a very academic view of how to interact with each other So interact with each other with respect A book challenge And argue the facts and the issues and the best ideas win And so I think that when it comes to how to interact with colleagues whether they're younger or they're older it's exactly under that formula You have to operate with respect Listen to the ideas And then the best idea wins Our view is don't defend the idea just because it's your idea embrace the best idea and the right idea because ultimately long term that's going to be better for the clients And if you make it better for the clients you're going to have a better business So when it comes to business clients first makes business very straightforward on how to make decisions and what decisions to make And I think that atmosphere I've always enjoyed at dimensional So therefore age has never been never been an important ingredient So full disclosure my firm is a client of dimensional funds where it helps wealth management uses dimensional funds.
"le mayhew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And now this Bloomberg sports update Three rounds complete PGA Championship mito Pereira three shot advantage on will zalatoris and Matt Fitzpatrick at 9 under we want for Tiger Woods a really rough day a 9 over 79 left him at plus 12 for the tournament He is withdrawn due to leg pain Matts and rocky split a double header in Colorado game one went to the mets 5 one Carlos Carrasco alleged a run over 5 and a third starling Marte went deep then the rockies stumped the mets 11 three in the nightcap Yankees took out the White Sox 7 5 DJ le mayhew a Grand Slam Now mister Cortez junior 5 innings for the win a clay Holmes got the last four outs he's up to 21 straight scoreless innings possibly taking over the closer's role Probably is gonna relievers there's been in the league I would think to this point I can't imagine it being any better and you know to come in obviously they're in a big spot I wanted to in the face on the top of their order with all those righties coming up There was also an incident with Josh Donaldson and Tim Anderson in this one Donaldson calling Anderson Jackie referring to Jackie Robinson Anderson called himself that in an article in 2019 however Anderson didn't take too kindly to it calling it a racist remark the league is now looking into the matter Rangers their backs firmly up against the wall they're down two games sent onto the hurricanes as the scene shifts to the garden for game three on Sunday afternoon despite being down though head coach Gerard gallant remains positive We commit to this building earlier in the season twice when we go dominated 50 shots I think we come in here we play good defensive hockey battled hard We only got one goal That's a disappointing part of it but you know we played a good hockey team We played good hockey and you know fell short a little bit so What do you do when you get ready for the two home games now coming up Break mistakes went to early voting going off at 5 to one epicenter Creative minister rounded out the top three as for Kentucky Derby winner rich strike did not run in the race a planned rest as they get the horse ready for the Belmont stakes Easter Conference Finals the he took out the Celtics one O 9 one O three take a two one series lead and the avalanche too much for the blues 5 two They're up to one and that series And that's your Bloomberg sports update I'm Mark Bennett This is Bloomberg intelligence The new pools that a metaverse can bring allows you to create more immersive content Beginning to sell less oil more electrons research and data on 2000 companies and 130 industry The supply chain breakdown is combining with labor.
Anderson says Donaldson made racist remark, Yanks top Chisox
"The Yankees have now won 22 of their last 26 games after slamming the White Sox 7 to 5 The angst broke this game open early by scoring 5 runs off one time nemesis Dallas keuchel in the second inning camp by DJ le mayhew's Grand Slam Just got a lot of really good players that are playing well and it seems like it's someone different every day you know carrying the team So it's been a lot of fun Nestor Cortes who started the game with MLB's lowest ERA gave up three runs all in Jose Abreu's home run pitching 5 innings for the win Anthony Rizzo and Josh Donaldson also drove in runs for New York Donaldson was the focus of a bench clearing confrontation in the 5th but no punches were thrown Chicago manager Tony La Russa accused Donaldson of a racist comment Tom arryn New York
"le mayhew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You Michael 5 35 on Wall Street John stench hour has the Bloomberg sports update Thanks faith in the strong start to the Met season continues They won 6 two at Arizona as Tyler McGill and proved a three and a home run for JD Davis the mets have now played 5 series they have lost once and only once in each series they play a little better team now the cardinals are in first in the NL central Matt Scherzer St. Louis native on the bound for the mets tonight Yankees first sweep of the season ended with their most lopsided win ten to two over the guardians at the stadium yanks for up 6 nothing by the third inning Home runs for Anthony Rizzo DJ le mayhew and the seldom used Tim low Castro Garrett Cole able to get his first win able to lower his lower his ERA down to four Yankees are off tonight At Barclays tonight next face elimination Celtics go for the series suite Let's go Steve Nash after the game three laws as if Kevin Durant's quiet series is the biggest problem I think it's the unforced journals I don't think Kevin has to go off You know we shot a good percentage We moved the ball it's just the ones that we Just gave up you know Poor decision making not connecting simple passes and they're going the other way You know that's to me is being the difference in all three games And that's of course made the big trade with Philadelphia shipped out James Harden the key player they got in return was Ben Simmons and it didn't play at all for the sixers this year due to some mental issues and then he hurt his back while getting ready to play for the Nancy was said to be set to make his nets debut tonight would have been his first game in nearly a year but Simmons woke up with his back still soar he's not going to play Milwaukee and Miami with wins at Chicago and Atlanta on the bucks and heat have three one series leads Denver one still trails Golden State three one New Orleans beat Phoenix That series side of two gun stash Ellen Bloomberg sports mitten Thank you John 5 37.
"le mayhew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Services and the ad council Carol messer This stock has been on a tear since early May Tim stenbeck So take us into the economic impact of this along with reporters and editors who helped make your business week profitable Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Weber It's the cover story of the upcoming issue Bloomberg business week We did afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Texas authorities say 11 people were hurt in Austin Friday night when a vehicle struck pedestrian standing outside a food truck Two people are said to have potentially life threatening injuries and two others have serious injuries A spokeswoman for Austin Travis county said the crash near downtown Austin happened when two cars collided at a nearby intersection sending one car into a crowd by a food truck The investigation into the incident is continuing And actor Will Smith is reacting to being banned by the academy for a decade Has the very latest In a brief statement the actor said he accepts and respects the academy's decision The ban means Smith can't attend academy events including the Oscars either in person or virtually Smith slaps comedian Chris Rock on stage at this year's Oscars the academy called the slap on acceptable and harmful behavior I met mattson and that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now this Bloomberg sports update after a reign out Thursday in a short lockout to start the season the Yankees open their season in The Bronx Friday afternoon meeting the Boston Red Sox 6 to 5 and 11 innings on Josh Donaldson's walk off single which scorned Isaiah kinder philippa with the winning run Yankee home runs from Giancarlo Stanton DJ le mayhew and Anthony Rizzo Garrett cold started in the lasted four innings allowing three runs on four hits with a walk and three strikeouts in getting to know decision The mets were not happy when nationals pitchers hit them with pitches three times on Thursday night of the season opener and the anger level was cranked up even more when Francisco Lindor was beamed and Friday nights game by nationals reliever Steve seach sea shack was ejected and Lindor left the game x-rays on his jaw were negative and he passed concussion testing But let's go on to defeat the national 7 to three has Max Scherzer wins his mets debut allowing three runs three earned runs on three hits and 6 innings walking one and striking out 6 Sterling morte with three runs batted in a single and double Jeff McNeil homered on his birthday drove in two runs and Robinson Cano with a two run single as well In the NHL the islanders defeated Carolina two to one on Kyle Palmer's goal with 14 seconds left in the game The hurricanes had tied the game just 42 seconds earlier on a goal by Vincent trochek Sean Gabriel pajo scored the other islander goal goaltender Ilya sorokin stopped 19 shots for the win In the NBA the next time with Cleveland for the 7th position in the play and tournament seating after a one 18 one O 7 win over the Cavaliers at the Barclays center Kevin Durant with 36 points the next in Washington playing out the string the next defeated the wizard It's one 1492 Scottie scheffler atop the leaderboard at the master's golf tournament after two rounds of play at 8 under par defending champion Hideki matsuyama three under par Tiger Woods made the cut He's won over with a Bloomberg sports update on Tom Rogers I'm Barry Rudolph you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio my extra special guest this week is Jonathan Levine He is the co managing partner at Bain capital which manages over a $155 billion He is also the chief investment officer of Bain capital credit which runs about $58 billion in assets Let's talk a little bit about bane because they really are kind of an interesting private equity shop They have employees across the U.S. and around the world how did they manage this during the lockdown Were you able to deal with this or did you go into the pandemic semi virtual anyway So because we have such a big global footprint and such a diversity of businesses from life sciences to obviously private equity and credit and tech growth and venture capital and many others We were used to working across our platform and how do we activate our platform when we're looking at various situations Now we obviously had never encountered anything like we saw in March of 2020 But we had the technology in place in huge credit to our technology team that everything worked We decided early on that we were going to make sure everybody from the most junior analysts to the most senior people in the firm had any technology they needed at their homes If they need to routers if they needed their Internet sped up new laptops a screen A lot of firms spend a lot of time figuring out what they were going to do And we made the concerted effort to enable people as fast as possible In Boston we even had a group going around with literally a pickup truck and they moved our trade stations our trader stations and reset them up in their homes Within the first week of the pandemic we never missed an hour But when I stepped back and I reflect on that period of time and what we've learned over the last two years it really has brought out the entrepreneurial spirit that defines us And it has brought us closer together People hop on a Zoom with colleagues in Mumbai with more ease and more comfort today.
"le mayhew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At least 50 people are dead after a Russian rocket attack on a Ukrainian train station Ukrainian officials now say 98 others mostly women and children have also been injured at the station in the eastern part of the country Russia is denying they carried out the strike calling the accusations by Ukraine a provocation and official said around 40 people died on scene at the train station At least 9 people have been hurt in Austin Texas after a truck and car wrecked causing the car to run off the road into a food truck Many of the victims were standing next to the food truck when it happened they were all taken to hospitals with bearing degrees of injuries It's unclear what caused the initial wreck And Idaho Supreme Court is temporarily blocking the state 6 week abortion law on Friday the court issued a temporary ban against the law which is modeled after a similar one in Texas The ruling stops the law from going into place until the court can review it And that's the latest I'm Jim Forbes Now this Bloomberg sports update after a rain out Thursday in a short lockout to start the season the Yankees open their season in The Bronx Friday afternoon beating the Boston Red Sox 6 to 5 and 11 innings on Josh Donaldson's walk off single which scored Isaiah kiner falafel with the winning run Yankee home runs from Giancarlo Stanton DJ le mayhew and Anthony Rizzo Garrett cold started in lasted four innings allowing three runs on four hits with a walk and three strikeouts and getting a no decision The mets were not happy when nationals pitchers hit them with pitches three times on Thursday night of the season opener and the anger level was cranked up even more when Francisco Lindor was being in Friday night's game by nationals reliever Steve seach sea shack was ejected and Lindor left the game x-rays on his job were negative and he passed concussion testing But let's go on to defeat the national 7 to three has Max Scherzer wins his mets debut allowing three runs three earned runs on three hits and 6 innings walking one and striking out 6 Sterling morte with three runs batted in a single and double Jeff McNeil homered on his birthday drove in two runs and Robinson Cano with a two run single as well In the NHL the islanders defeated Carolina two to one on Kyle Palmer's goal with 14 seconds left in the game The hurricanes had tied the game just 42 seconds earlier on a goal by Vincent trocheck Sean Gabriel pajo scored the other islander goal goaltender Ilya sorokin stopped 19 shots for the win In the NBA but that's tied with Cleveland for the 7th position in the play and tournament seating after a one 18 one O 7 win over the Cavaliers at the Barclays center Kevin Durant with 36 points The next in Washington playing out the string the next defeat in the wizard it's one 1492 Scottie scheffler atop the leaderboard at the masters golf tournament after two rounds of play at 8 under par defending champion Hideki matsuyama three under par Tiger Woods made the cut He's won over with a Bloomberg sports update on Tom Rogers.
"le mayhew" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"Think, you know, we'll go into this with the Corey Seeger stuff in a little bit. But basically, if the Yankees are willing to pay $300 for $300, I'd pay that too. If they're willing to pay $300 million for Corey Seager and they will not be denied and they've zeroed in on him as their guy and they want a 28 year old lefty bat. Cool. That means money really doesn't matter. That means that, you know, that makes resetting the luxury tax during Garrett Cole's prime in 2021, particularly annoying. Sure, I get it. I'm right there with you. I'm at the front of the picket lines. But if they're paying $300 million for Corey Seager, that means they don't care what they're paying anyone at any point ever because that's not a decision you make just to three years down the line go uh oh, now I'm paying money. Like, Palestine Brent is not gonna wake up and remember he has money to pay. If that's the decision he's making. So all these back loaded deals, all the things that the haters wanna be like, oh, it looks so much worse in year four than year one. Cool, great. Obviously that is not a concern to the Yankees if they plan to offer see your money. After paying coal money after paying Stanton money and probably just before paying judge money, I'm not concerned about the money piling up. I'm just concerned about the players longevity. And so I don't know if there are three more years of Rizzo 5 versus three, actually. I do think is a big deal. I wish we could have gotten le mayhew for four years at this juncture, because if somebody has to be a bench player, I just don't really want to be paying them starting salary. And then you have that uncomfortable thing of what am I doing here? But it is a good point. The cubs aren't the Yankees. That's worth mentioning. Too often we get lost in this thing of like Rizzo's a cub for life, and he turned down 5 75 from the cubs way. Well, the cubs made it very clear they had no intention of competing now or in the future. All the prospects they took on for you Darvish, especially it was like a laughable collection of 17 and 18 year olds. It was the running joke at the time. They not only traded all of their assets, but they traded all of their assets for boom or bust, lottery tickets, 21 and under players that they are not ready next year or the year after maybe three years. So yeah, Rizzo, what if we're saying is three prime years left, he wants to spend those on a 71 win team and then as he loses his luster a little bit, then suddenly the team is competing and he's just this old man veteran leader grandpa Rossi type. No, he wants to use his next few years on a team that's going to win games. And he's probably a little too pricey for the cost conscious Red Sox who are the other natural fit, they're chasing Kyle schwarber, maybe, but maybe he's too pricey too. Maybe the Red Sox just wimp out all off season. That might be nice. But $75 million from the cubs who've already disrespected him and let it be known that they're not going to resign their core and they're going in a different direction for several years versus three or 60 mil from the Yankees is a different situation..
"le mayhew" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"They really can't make a mistake here. If they're not going to trade, not trading Torres is fine. If he's going to play second base, I think that kind of that brings him back to a sense of normalcy. I don't think we're going to see we're not going to see what we saw the last two years. At least I'm willing to bet that we're not going to. I think he's going to be more comfortable at full season at second base. His bat's going to start coming around. The way I think he's going to hit 38 homers, probably not. I think we're good for 25. And there's no need to trade him if they don't feel like it's all if it truly all came crashing down because you still under club control. You still making a cost effective salary for now the cost conscious Yankees and it allows them to move DG DJ le mayhew around in the infield and use him to whatever they feel is worth his $15 million is 15 million a year salary because if his bat is regressing at this point, then they're going to have to justify that money by using him on the versatile end of the defensive side of the ball. So that'll be him playing a lot of firsts, some thirds, second DJ one glaber needs days off. But yeah, and drill and Simmons certainly can not happen. That makes this lineup worse. And that's not really up for debate. I actually view these short stops in I think there's four buckets. I think you actually you put Corey Seager in his own in his own little core Seager and Simeon are kind of in the same bucket even though they're going to command different money. See you're like you said he's not going to be a shortstop. I think he's got two years left there. And I couldn't be wrong. I could be wrong. And I get it, but it is a bit of a tough sell to be like, we need to fix the shortstop position. We are going to commit big money to someone everyone knows is not a shortstop. Yeah. I understand why, but it's just a hard sentence to say. Yeah, no, it is. I agree, but if there is a realistic scenario where he can shift over and the organization is truly high on volpi or peraza or even oswaldo Guerrero, who people seem to be ignoring in the minors. I don't know why he dominated triple-A. Then that's something that's a plan that you have. Hey, great. We have these guys coming up. We'll shift seger over to third. Then we have a shortstop. I don't know. That's complicated. But is that my first choice? No, do I have a first choice? I don't really know. I'm very confused to off season. Is Trevor's story the answer? I don't know. Is Javier Baez? Probably not. Is Marcus Simeon like we said, he hasn't really played shortstop in two years. I mean, he he's played water, combined 60 games at shortstop over the last two years. Is that a guy you want taking over shorts up in the meantime? We just had a guy who hadn't played shorts up at the major leagues on a consistent basis for two and a half years. So why are we going to do that?.
"le mayhew" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"Welcome back to the ink sky yard podcast. The JD drew contract, right? That was a huge failure. But then in 2007, JD drew hit a Grand Slam to bring the Red Sox to the World Series. Can we think of any others? The Red Sox trading Manny Ramirez. Yeah, trading your beds player and franchise history, but no Jason bay's there, and he's somehow better than Manny Ramirez. The Red Sox trade Adrian Gonzalez and Josh Beckett to the Dodgers in a complete fire sale. They're giving up. They're waving the white flag while it doesn't matter. It gives them the financial flexibility to sign 7 bad players in the 2013 off season Shane victorino who was never good again after 2013. Johnny gums, who would never get again after 2013, Mike Napoli, who was never good again after 2013. Koji O'Hara, who was never good again after 2013, and they all lined up to win the 2013 World Series. I am beyond done with Red Sox fans acting as if every time they get a magical break, it is the first time that ever happened. I'm not saying Red Sox fans aren't owed something. Red Sox fans and you're going to want to clip this Red Sox fans. Red Sox fans are a good fan base. They're very passionate about good winning baseball. And when they need to bring the noise, they do. That's good. They are, however, Teflon, nothing sticks to them, they feel no pain and they create their own pain for situations that don't merit pain. And they continue to be rewarded in differing cycles with championship ish endings and good mojo endings. And Yankee fans pour their heart and soul into this team and never end up with the ending. Not it's been it's been 12 years. The regime is the same, the players are different. The regime can reload up to a certain point and pull people together and end up in playoff esque scenarios and end up flatlining again when the moment is at its biggest and brightest. And like I said earlier, I can't wait to see who the Yankees acquire and sign this off season who ends up disappointing while the Red Sox sign or acquire a lesser option who ends up succeeding. That's what I can't wait to. How is Corey Seager going to fail? Is he gonna start swinging and missing more after we sign him? Has Trevor's story gonna fail. Is he gonna sign a 7 year contract and then start arguing with the New York media and then come down with plantar fasciitis? Like, what is the outcome? What's gonna happen? It's always exciting to see. Are the ink he's gonna trade Luke Voight within the American League and he's gonna end up hitting 47 homers for the Oakland a's next year while the Yankees have DJ le mayhew at first base hitting two 64 with 12 homers. Is that what's going to happen? That's pretty interesting. Are they going to trade geo Rochelle? Does somebody want him? And then we're going to go, we have enough infield death. We don't need you or shallow, and then Corey Seager and Andrew Velasquez are the left side of the infield by June. Is that what's going to happen? It's always intriguing, which brings me to Aaron Boone versus not even versus Alex core. Just Aaron Boone in general, who say out like he was gone as soon as this game ended, but then again, this organization only seems to care about getting exactly where they got yesterday..
"le mayhew" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"How do you possibly get around on that heavy come through in the clutch? Is Minnesota that strong is Minnesota? That strongly contributing factor to the Yankees success. I guess, because that game was completely out of character for this team. And it ended in the most out of character way possible. So you got a hole behind the diamond that needs to be filled. You've got Andrew Velasquez, hanging out, triple-A seasons over, doing nothing. Instead, they've decided to reshuffle the entire infield, which wouldn't be quite as much of a problem if le mayhew Torres and her shella had all even equated, you know, they don't have to exceed expectations. You don't even have to reach them. You just have to get in the ballpark. None of the three have done that. Brett Gardner has been one of the best players for the past two months. None of that is what should be happening. There should be a Frasier time should be involved in this team somehow and he's not. Aaron hicks was supposed to be here. He's not. So they don't have a center Fielder in the future. Yet, the immediate future, they don't have a middle infield sorted out. I don't think Anthony Rizzo's coming back. And I don't know if there's been a reason over the past month and a half to bring Anthony Rizzo back. I think this team is close, of course. The minor league system has every level player has outperformed expectations significantly. Anthony vault is now someone who must be game planned for. There's pitching a double-A. There are a lot of interesting pieces. If only the eggs are willing to supplement it in free agency this year, or maybe pull off another cashman pitching trade. But you know, they're not terribly far off, but they are dangerously close to being stuck in a cycle. And the players are certainly to blame because again, you know, the first through the boring first half, we said, any other combination of players would be more interesting in this group and would perform better..