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"lees smith" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Well, some enlightening stuff from Lee Smith one. He is legitimately contemplating retirement after 10 years in the league has a year left on his contract with the bill, so there is still the chance that he returns. In 2021. And I thought he was also pretty revealing about The personality that Josh carries in that locker room. I think we all knew he became a leader of the football team in 2020. But No, he's that Renegade. That's Lee Smith called him. I think was a little eye opening Not surprising, but Enlightening to know that well, yeah, it's just I think it's just an extension of his, you know. That sugar? Hi, Josh. We talked about bravado. He wants to win the game with every play kind of thing, And I think he probably lives that that his life that way and you know, that's how you get to that point. That's kind of person. You are You wanna win every every single snap on every single play in every single game. And you get carried away sometimes and with losing sight of the big picture in the in the heat of the moment, and that probably carries over into that person of being a little bit of a renegade, But certainly Josh has won a lot of admirers. This year. Bills fans were have been onboard, probably before anybody else but Uh, It's a small island, those people who still doubt him. Stefan Diggs is making the rounds with various national media outlets at this, you know, in terms of Super Bowl coverage this week, he just finished with NBC Sports Chris Simms. So, as we know is on the pro football talk show. And Chris Simms just tweeted this great conversation with Stefan digs. He told us that the leap he took this year with the Bills had more to do with Brian tables, quote offensive genius and how he was utilized as opposed to anything he tweaked in his game. Personally. About that for an endorsement. For the OSI, who is coming back in 2021. There's no question that there's a lot of things that have to come together for these teams when they when they start talking about You're taking a step to the Super Bowl certainly saw a number of them come together for the bills this season, Brian tables, one of them s O was Leslie Frazier. Josh Allen, Obviously. Steph digs, obviously, But here's the and the cohesion is great. But it's also up now up to Shawn McDermott with the growth mindset that he talks about all those same guys and with some refurbished roster. They've got to Grow. They've got to doom or they've got to do it better. They've got to do it differently in some ways and better in some other ways. They can't stand pat and think they're gonna get back to the A F C championship game. They got to grow and they're gonna get some new faces, and it's gonna be refurbished roster to see if they can make it happen. One quick correction. I want to make commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA executive director Demaurice Smith are sharing the stage.
"lees smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"You can move forward. You don't have to be fucked. Let me give you the tools to help you move forward because again. Why you do coordinate is what somebody needs is well. They need to be seeking out someone that they feel stuck in their relationships or whatever they need to are the lack of now having one agreed they need to seek out a professional as yourself. So i really appreciate you. Southall much Johnny today traveled listeners. How they can get connected with you got. We were trying to connect to people just enjoying this. But if you want to find me you can just go to the relationship. Service station is my website is my facebook page. Is my app so as the relationship started station. Where's the community in my app. Where we talk about everything. Grief related If you wanna finally on the aggie doing it for the graham you can find me at the master relationship mechanic. So i am working on that as your relationship mechanic. So but if you want to ticks mean and find out how we can get -pointment together you can text me at six seven eight seven one eight fifty nineteen our reich. Thank you how much. I have enjoyed talking with you. We want this is not last conversation because okay and people need. We need to hear this. We need somebody to tell us this up in a face so that we can move on and get bad. Because that's what god wants us is better and that's what we should want for ourselves. Ask appreciate you thank you so found much. Thank you for of course. Of course our thank you for tuning into the congo. I hope you enjoyed the show. Be sure to subscribe on anchor or apple podcasts..
"lees smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Because you put yourself in a situation it can be a new normal but don't get so caught in that because that after you put yourself to a place that you're going to have to agreed everyday rank your all change a world ship your world. Yes we have to treat it just in from all and say okay this so it is a new normal but every day. We need to expect something that happens in our world while shattering break every time. We hear some devastating news. Especially how in the season that we're in if you look tv you look at politics if you look at the economic situation everything will cause you greek because is not what you want right now so we really have to focus on each moment each day creating good memories and not so much focused on what used to be what we're trying to get back. What is it that you really need right. Now we've lost that basic need of just having peace and that's why to me is the ultimate thing you know. I was speaking to somebody else yesterday. And they talk about where the money residing all want. Be with a piece reside. Yes mail you right. Where the money resides. Okay we'll let me go get some breeze because you know what you can have all the money and still be seek. All the money still have milton trouble up all the money in your most of those state. Just ain't right but you got piece. Let me tell you wanna go move in you love with you every thank you need when you have peace it was in which you because you have the mentality that you are attracting and not worried about those things comeback when you're right that piece in if a different vibe I know even for me people like really you know you lift your job during a pandemic got and peace. That's why he told me informed standing on edge and even when he gets hard. I can always go to his word and grab something from that. That is going to give me that piece about whatever it is and so i love how you say we. We have to embrace the noon normal every day. Like nothing is is the same. We gotta keep going your entire attitude of a thing based on one you know who has lost someone very very dear and close to them you know share with us you know how for you and i guess you know your stories is the test him into it you know. How was that for you. And how long did it did it take you before you feel like okay. I can date again. Because some of us gets thought courtney where he was the one for me. And i just kinda move on when i'm just not gonna burn nobody else first of all. Let's talk about me on the whole trains -sition ease. I never actually see. I was looking for her. But i never said i wanted to be married again. I just the. I want to be free to live on my own terms yen. Abby with me..
"lees smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"But it was really through talking people. That helped me to see like okay. I know it's cliche but your mom is in a better place and you. All the hill stuck here in the bed. Not getting out the bed not knowing what you need to do for yourself. And your mom has transitioned onto something better and it will fight wall. Just hit me in the chest with dad. 'cause i mainly just made me think about you know why we're focusing so much on. You know what. I didn't have and focusing on. How could i have good memories can move on now. I could do something better. What i'm not gonna even fall into that. Because i believe we all need to take that time off and be and be paralyzed for a while so we can just say okay. I'm going to deal with my emotions. Which a lot of people don't they don't sit down. They go back to being busy. And i can say for me. I got to the point. And i'm gonna i'm like i'm voided it. I'm gonna disconnect from it. I'm gonna run below while not pretend it didn't happen but just i don't have time to deal with it. Dang is we still have to do that. I said we all need to sit down. We all need to put ourselves in time out and will cove it. Twenty twenty was nothing but a tide out for all of.
"lees smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Pilaf. I'm was for tuna to a never episode of kisha today. I am so excited to talk to my girlfriend. Courtney courtney how are you. Today i am. I am fantastic. I get to chat with you so before we get to your questions. Journalism is a little bit about you. All right i'm gonna keep it to the shortest by. Oh i got. So i'm courtney lee smith agreed in law strategies. I hope you personally Visually learn how to get from what you think should have been in good. Been to what she'll be so you embrace your now our living. See me over here like outside. 'cause the vile she tells you what she could do a quick fast in her but how many of us are stuck in some places that she's trying to pull us out to you know if i could get a verse or hand up and ask i know about coordinator in those places and trying to figure out where you know. How do we get beyond. I'm so glad to be talking to you win a new year. Twenty twenty one. We just elected our oldest president. But if black in south asian bp like. I'm super excited. It's a great day for women in america yeah embracing change embracing different embracing everyday as your first new beginning. We gotta get decided every day. Yes indeed yes. Yes so i really love how you help relationships and grief and i know during this time. A lot of people are struggling with grief A lot of people because of things that are happened with covy or just any other type of diseases that can be really compounded by kovic dealing with with grief you know. So how do you suggest for people to find peace during that time First.
"lees smith" Discussed on Pantheon
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"lees smith" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"lees smith" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"What did it focused on? His character. Where were the policies? It's really easy to come out and say Oh president trump screwed up the covid nineteen response Oh and Joe Biden once again here I mean if if you're on the fence, here's reason enough at least once again in my perspective, not to vote for Joe Biden for. President. He just said this past Sunday. When asked the question I? Think it was an ABC interview. Would you be willing to shut down the economy again? To head off a new wave of corona virus infection, he replied I would shut it down. I would listen to the scientists. Now wait a minute there joe, let's cool. Our jets just a moment here. What about the real? Psychological emotional impact that walked down had on. So many people so many that might not ever recover. And I'm not talking about the covert I'm talking about recovering. From the emotional psychological and the financial impacts. Of those shutdowns Scott, Atlas Dr. Scott Atlas now in a pretty high ranking position with the White House he has long set a third year medical student would have known what to do As they have done in pandemics past. Do you lock down the healthy? No. Even though this is a novel Corona Virus, it does have some distinct similarities to other corona virus diseases. What do you do you lock down? The most vulnerable among us, we know that this corona virus has targeted the elderly particularly those with. underlying. Medical conditions. I was just thinking the stat there I believe. And I'll have to I'll have to double check this. But, I believe eighty percent of the covid nineteen related this. Are In people over the age of sixty five. So what do you do? You don't lock down. The Nation's economy. You take. Very Very. Targeted steps to protect the most vulnerable among us but dope. Joe Says I'll listen to the scientists which scientists And is it Voodoo? Scientists? And again, not a shot against the scientists. But unfortunately, science is one of those areas in life. It's not.
"lees smith" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
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"lees smith" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"It's the successful use of your product to solve the problem or achieve a goal. That is a real solution and so it requires level of knowledge. Might be would help with that. Absolutely there's one thing though that that sales people have an advantage over computers in the fact that we're human and so sales people need to get really comfortable very quickly then with being pathetic with listing and connecting with somebody to with the buyer on a personal level and you know and understanding that you know and then you just reminded themselves at the what they already know. Which is they know salespeople no that sales decisions or buying decisions are made emotionally and then backed up with logic. So if that's the case then why not connect logically and being him and his is something. Then it's GonNa take a allot long to catch up with than just being able to provide data and pricing and things of that nature so the buyer doesn't necessarily need you to for them to purchase the product. They need you to help them understand what they should be purchasing. How much you'd be purchasing. And maybe to reassure them that it's a good idea to reassure them and then the b therefore them in case things go wrong. That's a great analogy on that and I think even going back to the covert nineteenth situation. It's going to be interesting to see how people engage with each other 'cause with social isolation and staying away from people and all of that once this period of time has done and we return to normal you know with with the modifications like you said of things may be changing a little bit here and there but I anticipate there may be an element of a revolt against utilizing technology and I think people belonging to actually go and engage with with other humans on some things and maybe you know curtail a bit of the The the looking up and researching and sent of saying. Oh come looking for this car in southern. Say You know what I've been cooped up for too long. Let's just go train few dealerships and have some conversations with some people and I see that potentially happening love to hear your thoughts. You're probably right about that because our C. You know in my college age kids who are in class anymore and so they're having to do everything online and things like that and I noticed that in the evenings where to spend the less time online and they were before and I noticed with me when I'm having to zoom calls which I do on a regular basis anyway but like boy really missed being the office and being able to walk around and talk to people you know just to see how they're doing both professionally and personally and see what's going on in their world and you know just having some some Chitchat in the. You know that's even not business related and I missed that. I really miss go into sporting events hockey games and soccer games and you know thought football season. But I'll miss that too. If it goes into that I miss you know my long distance cyclist I cycle routinely. Sixty two hundred miles. You know normally raising money for cancer research and Diabetes Research and and and we do it as a team and I have to cycling teams. I really miss cycling with them. Because right now at the social distance in stuff may I might get the cycle with one friend and we stay ten feet apart from each other and it doesn't make for a really great conversation so I missed that and I can't help thinking that that a lot of other people feel that way too. Yeah that's my sense things tonight. I trust that once. This is behind us that the human race will will return to more human type adventures and will take things in a little bit more and maybe a little bit slower when it comes to Being in the moment and enjoying having dinner with a friend on a patio or going to the bar. And I'm with you. I Miss Sports like you wouldn't believe and I it's tossing and I don't. I shared this publicly. You might. My father passed away three weeks ago and in for my brother and I we both love. Sports and sports has been pretty much. Mia Because of cove in eighteen. So a normal escape for US discount escape our workdays and life and things like that is just. You know sit down. Have a couple adult beverages in washes sporting event end. That hasn't been available so it's been a really really interesting time for for many of us with know. Hopefully you know others haven't experienced tragedies and loss of life but I know a lot of people have and in salespeople and concerns and finances and all these things in and I'm with you. This is temporary We will return back to things and we'll we'll be able to do things and my hope is With a little bit more of a human touch than than what we were dealing with up to the covert nineteen situation and micro. I I fully understand and I feel for you man because that My father passed away a year ago. And you know one of the last things you know. He always took me to baseball games. When I was a kid that was our summer vacation we would drive. You know three hours of Cincinnati to watch the reds you know of course during the seventies so that was a lot of fun and But you know in the last thing that I did is. I took him to his first indy. Five Hundred Years. He's like you know big auto racing guy but he's more of a Nascar guy and and I was just I never really you know. I always watch the indy. Five hundred on Memorial Day. 'cause he made me but it's like wasn't anything that was super excited about and so. I took him to India and a sporting event that he and I got to go together and I've been going in the every year since and like you know I really miss an out that Got Postponed to August each year. But it's like and I hope it happens in August but you know as because of me trying to do something good for my dad on for Father's Day turns out that I got hooked on it and we go so that's that's a lasting memory they always have. And every every may hopefully yeah. I know all the things that we're missing out March madness indie. Obviously my wife and I were married on Kentucky Derby Day so whatever happens I always think I need to record. Run over to hallmark real quick wide. You know that's that one your least what they anniversaries. They always have those one but the other one like Mother's Day and other holidays. Yeah you gotta get there quick otherwise the cards are gone. You're going to take over and you can always see the guys there the day before. Oh Yeah I purposely. Go buy them because I was get the cards early by go by there and just kinda. Watch the state of panic. It's it is an yeah and I'm I'm kind of jealous. You got to experience the big red machine up close and personal but at least I grew up in Detroit so at least we got US sparky for a bit too. So I'll I'll good. I've enjoyed our conversation today..
"lees smith" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got see Lee Smith Online. How are you sir? I'm doing well Michael. Thanks for having me a thanks for having US joined the shots. Appreciate you and your patients to to get on so sales fuel. What interesting organization. What are some of the great things he as do over? Their sales feels a sales intelligence or sales research company. So we believe in all types of intelligence to help sales teams smarter sell more are we started off as a company that provided research services local business intelligence do media companies and AD agencies for helping their local and small businesses survive and thrive. And that's especially important these days and that's how we started and then we realized that you know just as important if not more importantly is at managers needed to have greater intelligence about the type of sales people they were hiring and adding to their team and they also then once they were on the team needed to know have different set of intelligence than to be able to develop them into becoming better sales people. In I know the strong sales people and the ones that are fumbling around with things and Jimrome sports guy. I'm sure you've heard of them before. What he he dabbled in sales. I think for about two weeks in his life and would tell stories about basically taking business cards from fish balls at restaurants just to show that he was prospecting and it but he couldn't sell basically anything so you know he just. He found a different career. Vocation but it's I as an any other type of role I find that the sales people are the ones that are trained to sell the right way and your organization definitely sounds like somebody that really works on that and really helps its customers and marketing. And all these things that are intertwined. I find love to get your viewpoint on this. I find oftentimes people try to segment sales away from everything else and it's it's an ecosystem everything is connected and it flows and and you notice organizations that do really well. There's a flow within everything within sales to marketing to leadership and everything else. I'd love to get your viewpoint on that I love Some of the C- viewpoints that that basically they're you're either in sales or you're in sales support so in some way shape or form you're in sales if you're dealing with customers whether it be customer service you know whatever your touch points with customers even if it's marketing and you never actually talked anybody like that you're in sales otherwise you're supporting the sales team in some way shape or form doesn't matter whether or not you're on on the plant floor or you know you're the janitor or your whatever but like that's the kind of viewpoint that I like because it really without revenue. Nothing happened without revenue. People don't get paid. There's no really reason for them to show up to work. And so that's that comes from sales and so if you're not out there doing it then you have to be supporting. The people who are at the time of this recording were dealing with covert nineteen and and it's obviously a game changer for all types of industries and the world at large from a sales point of view. How would a salesperson navigate to this? Because there's an I'm seeing it with the people that I deal with. I'm seeing a wide variety of reactions when it comes to having discussions about selling a product or service there are some that are like you know what. I'm going to push through this business as usual as best we can. Let's do it then. There's some other organizations that are really paralyzed. And they don't WanNa do anything they. They're fearful of miss stepping or spending some revenues. They may need to allocate somewhere else. So what are some things in techniques that your team uses and how you teach people on how to navigate these you know out of normal situations that we're facing clearly what you where WanNa end up as right in between those two things I mean you want to if you're doing business as usual that's not gonNa work you're gonNA come across tone-deaf can't carry not only about yourself carrying only about their money at a time? Where people's emotions are heightened. There they have real fears not only about the corona virus you know and and their health and their families health and employees health but also the financial health. And so there's you know there's some real fear going on there from the customer's point of view as well and if you try to plow on through that business as usual You're not gonNA come across as somebody. That's actually carrying about their wellbeing or their business. Well being and that's not going to end well for you Clearly on the other side though You can't be too aggressive. You have to you have to you and you can't be tone deaf so you have to change all your marketing and says it's very clear to me those people that you have their marketing on autopilot. You can look at their social media posting. You can see pictures of people not doing social distancing and you know things that are not Not really speaking to the reality of the moment and I don't believe this is the new normal. I believe this is a temporary normal and that we will get through it. Eventually we will return to business as normal as usual. But you know as with anything disruptive like this or whatever there will be some changes in the landscape of thanks so my advice is sales people out. There is what you should be doing in this moment in time. What you should have been doing all along which is sales is not selling. It's helping and if you go at it with the attitude of I'm here to help this customer whether it be to be at the thank to to their unique situation yes you just listen to what you know what they're processing and what they're dealing with or if there's an opportunity to solve real problems that popped up then or if there's to help them be innovative because they have to be innovative during times like this. That's what a salesperson should be doing not selling. You're not not not pushing the product and quite frankly when we teach sales people how to sell you know. We don't teach them how to sell that way. Selling is helping and selling his personal. And so you know it is to connect with somebody on a personal level. Not just understand the problems Or The aspirations that the company has but also understand then. What are the benefits in the consequences in to the buyer person? You're seeing across the desk from or in this case sitting across the computer screen from Golden Advice because and I've always resonated with people and I'm buying a product or service when the other side of the equation is is truly engaged in seeking to understand what my needs are and also what might potential needs could be because oftentimes as a consumer or customer. We don't necessarily know everything that we need. We know he needs something. But we don't necessarily know what we need fully and that's where Sales people come in and really help with him figuring out what you WanNa do with something or where you WanNa go away. WanNa take it because I could easily say all right. I'm going in to buy a car for example. I need this while me. Yeah you need the you know. What's your lifestyle? What do you do? What type of work do you do? Do you drive a lot. Moore's at commuting family do you. Have you take your friends out for different things you know? How many seats do you need? You know you know what you do when you drive in which your body size. I mean everything. There's so many factors on it and I use this analogy. It's like a lot of people that want to get a patch you know so they get a dog and they don't know anything about dogs and all and they just say well. I like this dog. Well that dog may not be the right dog. You just like this product may not be but this other services we offer would be ideal for you based on A. Through z of the things that you shared about so I can. That's where you see. The the superstar salespeople differentiate themselves from somebody. That's just saying well. I have to hit this quota of this or that and they just do it and it it it creates a you know a a negative experience for everybody involved when they face those types of equations. It's man are you. Are you helping the customer or are you peddling the product and it's really about asking the right questions and the discovery stage because it gives the salesperson you know the leverage they might need to be able to overcome objections at the end or help reassure them then to sign on the dotted line if the if that's the right thing for them and it's really important then t because as a business owner myself sometimes? You're you're so immersed in it you know in your day to day business aware that you can't see the forest for the trees and so it's very helpful than they actually. Have somebody come in from the outside to look at things through a different Lens who who's not emotionally tied to the decisions that you make and you know so so deep into it as you are than to offer then you a piece of advice with another set of eyes and that's really. What a good salesperson did you should be doing for their for their clients at this moment in time. Where do you see sales in sales professionals going in the next? Let's say ten to twenty years and I say that with with a and other things that are available I mean there are opportunities. I think for some organizations and as much as I like a and I had Michael Gale from Forbes. Saw Not too long ago. We talked about the exciting advantages that provides but there's also a cost involved with that in sales is a relationship experience. And that's how I go into those types of discussions whether I'm purchasing something or I want someone to work with me for some reason and I'm concerned about it. But where do you see things going in the next ten to twenty years when it comes to the sales profession as a whole and and you know people will will be looking for you know in the next couple of decades? You were already headed in that direction. In the fact that the salesperson just can't know their product and show up and be the product expert on what they're selling because the customer doesn't need you for that they can google that they can ask other people on social media. They can they. They don't need you for that. They they can figure that part out even to some extent all the way down to the pricing. So what they need to do though is to be able to look at their unique situation or the challenges in and be able to tell. Can you help them solve a problem or achieve a goal using your product because your product is not a solution..
NFL free agency: Reactions to Greg Olsen's deal with the Seattle Seahawks
"About reaction on Greg Olsen signing with the Seattle Seahawks that's too bad I I would like to see in the bills get him I think it would help their tight end group I think would help their offense overall if it was me I would have figured yeah Seattle would have a good shot because they've got the best chance to to when compared to the other two teams would you offer him as much as Seattle Morris Seattle or just say yeah that's fine so I think that was a good offer I mean that's a legit I think that's fair if I don't know the bills offered him but a one year deal seven million five F. guaranteed I think it's very fair offer I mean I really would have gone I would like to that at him I would have gone crazy and got into a bidding war over him but I thought it would have been a nice piece for the offense and I was thinking I don't think you know they I'm wondering if they're going to look in free agency for tight and since I work I feel like this was the new Greg Olsen and this might have been like a one shot deal like Hey across okay Greg Olsen we like him let's showing get like I don't think they're going after the free agent market I don't think they're going to spend big money on hunter Henry Austin Hooper if they hit the market the other guys out there are guys like Eric you Braun I I you know who's had one good year in his career I saw today Jason Witten I think said he still wants to play Tyler I for I believe it's going to be a free agent but you know you said injury issues in Cincinnati feel like Olson might have been like a specific one time you know we're okay would Dawson Dr okay with what time the Sweeney my guess is Lee Smith is back as blocking back and Tyler Kroft but also it was like a special scenario we're like okay let's make a play for this guide I don't think they're going to go into the fridge market for a Titan
"lees smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"lees smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"With our show with Stugatz on E._S._p._N.. Radio Lee Smith is an athlete from another time. I WanNa talk about Lee Smith. Tell me what it is that you said and repeat to the audience what it is you just said about big burly hard-throwing reliever Lee Smith while he was inducted into the <hes> to the hall of fame. I think it was bruce suitor who made eight <hes> his speech and he was. I think it was I could be wrong on this where he said at least myth when he came into the game. You knew the game was over. You knew you were going home with a victory except for one hundred and three times you didn't go home with the victory because he blew the save <unk>. I'm sorry I know it's a big week for Lee Smith but I'm just pointing out that I think he is fourth all time in career blown saves so you actually had no idea if you were going home with the victory that he's a three time rolaids relief man of the year award winner. I feel like we did the measurements back then with different numbers so he's just saves guy who came in at the end of the game and this dude was big and black and through fire and there weren't a lot of people who did that in baseball at the time but this is what I love about Lee Smith and. And one of the things I love that he would just take these giant snoring naps on a table during the game and nobody would bother him just giant snoring naps during play because what do you need me for. I'm not I'm only here for the night. I don't don't even know why I'm here for the first date. Don't blame him but this is what I love about. Les Smith is a story from Clinton Yates with a picture of Lee Smith he writes. This man used to walk slow slow from the bullpen because the grounds crew. Do you remember. Do you remember how he walked. Slow Bullpen Lee Smith <hes> he had a great deal of aura about him. He was one of the most feared relievers rivers in league and people love just like with Jim Brown right Jim Brown after you tackling he'd never show you he was hurt he would just get up and he'd get up very slowly each time very slowly so you can never tell when he was hurt because he was getting up slowly so he would never show you anything anything that resembled pain Lee Smith used to walk from the bullpen so slowly because the grounds crew guys were as homeys and they got paid time and a half at Wrigley field if they worked past four thirty Dave Games those were day Gary..
How Do the Baseball Hall of Fame Busts Get Sculpted?
"Baseball fans celebrated as the national baseball hall of fame in trying this news class unanimous inductee Yankees closer Mariano Rivera use a headliner of the twenty nineteen class for Yankee fans are concerned Mike Mussina Edgar Martinez Harold Baines Lee Smith and the late Roy Halladay there also honored with bronze busts in the hall and the official sculptor all of the hall of fame plaques here is Tom sue chia what's the physical process of creating that what tools are you using how do you actually make the plaques themselves in terms of the image yeah the the first thing that I start off with is I worked on designed the composition on the computer first kind of like on a basic like using Photoshop kind of play around with things and then try to come up with the right kind of look and then from there I proceed by adding by working on the clay model and the there's a frame as you know they got that sort of tombstone shaped frame with the laurel leaves and the baseball bats that's used over and over again you know that's the standard frame and answer Matthews provides me as such a frame that template frame in which there's like a well in it which then I flew clay and then I model that and then I work with the photos and I just raw work on that and then when I get reach a certain point that I like then I submitted photographs and videos of my clay to the hall of whether they review and there they come back with comments and we go back and forth Destry fine and make it we make sure we nail everything right yeah so so for yourself I mean these you know players on the go the whole fame the special part about it is that the remembered for generations people can go there people for baseball players in the nineteen twenties in the hall of fame and people in two thousand twenty we'll see them so for you as a person is creating this art how does it make you feel the fact that your art will be almost eternal it will be out there forever yeah it's a great feeling because it is yeah I'd be is something that will last yeah letter like thousands of years and even after maybe baseball is no longer played or whatever you know has gone and some archaeologists from aliens people and discover a so is a sentence to her yeah thank you so much for talking I really appreciate it yeah you're going to CBS reporter Mike smelts in Cooperstown talking with Tom sucia who sculpts the hall of fame
"lees smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of America Lee Smith Harold Baines selected for enshrinement by the today's game era committee the big name this year at Mull Mariano Rivera ESPN's buster only with a look back at the career of the greatest closer in the history of baseball the first ever player to be elected to the baseball hall of fame on a hundred percent of the ballots Mariano Rivera was the Yankees primary set up in the run to the nineteen ninety six World Series before becoming a closer to the nineteen ninety seven season he capped the dominant nineteen ninety eight season when the Yankees won a hundred twenty five games and swept the Padres in the world fast ball one for the third approaches has it does it and the New York have won the nineteen ninety eight World Series four games to none a clean sweep of the San Diego Padres and they gather in this room near the first base line on the infield jumping atop one another and they are celebrating here in San Diego the Yankees won five World Series in his career and he was the nineteen ninety nine World Series MVP and the two thousand three American League Championship Series and in a hundred and forty one innings in the post season he allowed just two home runs he's forty two postseason saves or the most all time Bradley to second eighteen he also became the all time saves leader two thousand eleven six on his way to six hundred and fifty two career saves Rivera had fifteen straight seasons of twenty or more most all time and fifteen seasons with thirty more scenes yes also the most all time but the most amazing statistic for the righty from Panama is is zero point seven post season think about this war men have walked on the moon that scored in the post season Rivera's former teammate mark Teixeira you really can't have a debate on the greatest closer of all there is no discussion and I think that just that elevates mode to a different level and and we appreciate that ESPN's buster only like Rivera the late Roy Halladay gains induction Sunday in his first year of eligibility we hear now from ESPN's Jeff Hanson all right handed work course the late Roy Halladay is a first ballot hall of Famer after by the Toronto Blue Jays in nineteen ninety five the man called doc paved a rocky road to stardom his former manager Buck Martinez in two thousand and one in spring training was struggling and mark.
Chicago legends Harold Baines, Lee Smith make Hall of Fame
"lees smith" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Of the most struggling teams in the National Football League. I thought to see what's going to get real high. And if you'd ask me my opinion, do I did I think Mike McCarthy was going to be able to survive the off season and beat the Packers coach on opening day. I probably would have said, no. But I think he's gonna fight or day. I didn't see that common. I guess I guess they're out of it. You know, why keep them hanging in limbo? They kind of knew that they were gonna make a change. Probably. And the timing seems right? But. Do you think he's the reason why the team is struggling as bad as it is? I don't I think that they've put together a insufficient roster. I would say the general manager is as culpable if not more culpable than the head coach if you're gonna LOP off the heads of those who are mostly responsible for the Packers avenue lousy season. I don't know the digits just be one guy that's fair to that's fair too. But the general manager is fired. He's he's not firing himself. We all know that right? I don't disagree with you. But I do think it's it's time for changes. You get ready for Aaron Rodgers twilight years, right? So I'm not pushing them out the door. I think there's there are certainly you don't have to the Packers did. So my question to you would be how commodity Izzy during the off season. He's coming off allows a year, but he's certainly winning coaches. Well, above five hundred record wise is Super Bowl belt. He can adorn. Do you think? He's one of the hotter. Candidates thirty off season when the coaching carousel starts. It's been. I will say not one of the hotter. Ones bought a warm one. How about that? I think because the hotter. We go is the the more unknown. The hot assistant always get somebody something maybe a college coach, maybe Brian Kelly becomes a hot commodity. I think even though even though he is one a Super Bowl it's been quite a while since that happened. And I think that that kind of cools it a little I'm not saying, right or wrong. But I'm just saying I think the perception and the fact that he's coming off this year. I think he may go he may go the route of many, many coaches and just take a year off breach charged. See what's out there instead of jumping back in right away. And then just a game. That that happens more often than not the guys take a year off because he still under contract. I'm sure he's got time to run on his contract when she'd means he can say he's not pressed to get back into action and maybe a year removed. He thinks that the big picture of what he accomplished in Green Bay will be more focused than just this final underachieving here. Well, we'll we'll see where the Packers go from here. But they are certainly in the market for a head coach. Meanwhile, the chiefs and raiders have become quite a game out west. Let's go to Oakland right now. And check in with Ryan Leon. Okay. Right. Yeah. The chiefs right now have the ball and they're gonna try to run the clock down as much as they can right now. They've got the ball on the raider thirty yard line. It's first and ten for them. Especially on the Oakland a thirty four with three thirty five to go and counting in the fourth quarter. The chiefs holding onto a thirty three thirty lead Patrick Mahomes as three touchdown passes. To those two Travis Kelsey homes twenty one of thirty five for two hundred and sixty eight yards and three scores. Kelsey has eleven catches for a hundred and forty three yards receiving two touchdowns and Dmitriev Harris caught the other one Mahomes. Awesome. I fifty five yards rushing on six carries. Meanwhile, for the raiders it is Derek Carr twenty five or thirty two for two hundred and thirty five yards and three touchdowns back to those touchdowns or the people you probably haven't really heard of Marcell, eight minutes one of them. He's a rookie receiver out of Oklahoma state. And the other is tight and Lee Smith who hasn't caught a touchdown in three years since twenty fifteen and your cook for good measure also one rushing touchdown for Doug Martin. But the raiders right now doing their best there. They're trying to hold the chiefs here. Get the ball back. They trailed thirty three to thirty to forty four to go in the fourth quarter. Brian Lee Smith was a heck of a relief pitcher though. He's not with us. So that job got crooked. Yeah. I think I say would have gotten cricket said you not been there. That's right. Kirk cousins going for it all and he is picked off as a result. Boy, quite the play. Let's go to Allan Seagal right now in Foxborough. My Richard about I guess is fair play because the patriots had themselves. A two touchdown lead on James Devlin to yard renovated twenty four ten then they forced Minnesota to turn it over as they on downs. And the only thing that could really keep Minnesota and the game was a turnover wealth, but one of the few times this afternoon radio had too bad past. It was picked up by Eric Hendricks. Minnesota took over and as you just said cousins picked up Doron home into the end zone. So the patriots take it over leading at twenty four to chat with or forty one to go and rich one note James Devlin has carried the ball three times this year three touchdowns. That's percents. I'd say, so that's that's not bad. His agents can definitely bring that up with Bill Belichick. There's no question about that. So but right now, Tom Brady and company go back to work after the turnover with four forty one left in the driver's seat up by two touchdowns. Let's head to Kevin Schalke in Seattle where it's been all Seahawks today. Yeah, it's been all Seahawks and a year. Russell Wilson eleven for sixteen for one hundred eighty five yards and four touchdowns on this one two of them to Doron Brown who had his ninth tenth and eleventh catches of the season. Two of them for touchdowns Tyler Lockett with a touchdown and Doug Baldwin with one as well. So the damage today being done through the air, but the damage for the Seahawks. They've tried to do it on the ground some serious injuries coming up here. DJ fluker the left guard was taken off with a hamstring injury. He was taken off on a cart. And then we just saw Chris Carson head to the locker room the touted running back for the Seahawks who had thirteen carries for sixty nine yards on the game. So to injuries to keep an eye on the Seahawks move forward overall though Seahawks. Having a nice game here. Thirty four to sixteen lead with with eight and a half minutes left in this one Nick Mullins. In the year two hundred ninety two yards and two touchdowns on the ground. Jeff Wilson fifty six yards on twelve carries. The star fantasy wise for the forty Niners. Dante Pettis four catches a hundred fourteen yards and two touchdowns. The long one on one play drive seventy five yards down the right side. So right now with eight minutes and five seconds left here in the fourth quarter. It's thirty four sixteen Seahawks over the Niners. Dante's father quite the defensive center fielder day with the angels among others. She was absolutely Kevin. Thanks so much. We will get back to you in a couple of minutes. Let's go to Brian Douglas in Tennessee final moments jets trying to hang on here with a three point lead. Here's Brent with more. Tennessee titans. Have the ball one twenty-seven lucked ago when there were just a defensive holding penalty called on the jets which helped the titans out the news right now. Twenty two to nineteen the titans do need to get down. I was watching Ryan suck up in warm ups. Of course that was the three o'clock in the afternoon during the daytime and the wind will get the titans back. And so if the titans can somehow get the ball down to about the forty yard line or so maybe the thirty five they've got a shot with suck ups. Like right now, they I gotta get there as the titans thus far have had no offense of games on their first two plays on this particular drive. Marcus mariota that's going to be running the ball out. But there's going to be another flag. There's been flagged on every single play on this Dr. And we have a. Top of everything else. There is a fumble. And we'll see what happens here. But in the meantime, it's getting kinda crazy here. But the titans are trying their darndest to stay in this. And of course with the lost the titans. We'll find themselves likely out of the playoff picture one eleven left to go in the fourth quarter. It's still the jets twenty two titans nineteen. All right. Thank you very much. Brent Douglas coming up tonight, the eight and three chargers of these seven three and one Steelers in Pittsburgh. And joining us right now from the LA times is Mike Di Giovanni covers the chargers. Mike rich Ackerman. Johnny mcdonald. How are you? Hey, doing fine. How're you doing? Just great. Thank you so much for a couple of minutes, a huge game as far as playoff implications are concerned. And maybe these two teams meet again. But no Melvin Gordon tonight. How big of a loss? How do you characterize that loss tonight for the chargers? It's tough. You know, they do have a really good back in Austin heckler who you know, if you look at it as average yards per carry yards per catch. He kind of does the things Melvin does. But he's Melvin just such a physical presence any and he gets so many yards after contact, and he's a real bruising kind of runner. So I think in a game like this. You're definitely I miss a guy like that. It hurts some depth wise. One one reason the charge has been pretty good defensively as when voting comes out for rest, they're bringing a pretty good back in Austin heckler. Now, you don't have one of those guys, you know, puts puts a rookie in the backup spot. And you know, it just it really seems the out wise parts the depth understood which of the two areas. Do you think is the biggest drop off going from Gordon? In carrying the football and running from the line of scrimmage or what their backs give them coming out of the backfield in the passing game. Probably the running portion of it because Ecuador is actually a really allusive guys supposed to get them. And they they run along a place where they should do a lot of shutdowns and a lot of hot Rize against the blitz. Where Philip rivers will throw a really quick pass out to Ecuador in the flat and open space, and he's really good and open space and he's fast. And even though he doesn't seem as tough as nobody is the chargers Los Angeles pound for pound the strongest guy in the team, so he can break a few tackles too. I just think, you know, losing like Melbourne's a tough blow fumbled all year. He's just a really durable physical guy, especially when you want. You know, if you have a lead late. He's the guy that guy you want to give the ball and trying to run out the clock. Those kinds of situations dog with Mike De Giovanni the LA times, Philip rivers and Ben Rothlisberger came. Came into the league at the same time. They both had I think hall of fame careers when they go head to head in a spotlight this, and especially considering the Gordon injury as we've talked about does does rivers get enough credit for for what he's done with his career. He's obviously come up short in terms of Super Bowls to the other guys is draft class. But but I think he's he's had just as good if not a better career than those guys. Yeah, I'm pretty sure it was Brett farve after his after Phillips game last week where he called. So maybe the most underrated quarterback in the NFL. I don't know if you meant history or what? But you can kinda say is underrated. But then again, you know, Ben, you I have both won two Super Bowls until has not want Super Bowl. So. I think you know, I agree with you there. Both hall of famers. They don't know each other that will they've only gone head to head a few times. But yeah, I think Phillip at least in the west coast. I think he gets a lot of credit. He's just at his age right now, you know, mid thirties really having one of his best years ever. So I think he gets a lot of credit for the people who follow charters and maybe follow the AFC from the national scale. Yeah. I don't think he he is often thought of in that class when you look at you know, the Manning's the drew Brees is the even the Tom Brady's too. If you want to include him, Mike with the fact that they don't have Gordon tonight necklace going to give them what he's going to give them both in the running game in the passing game. Whatever the drop off is does San Diego San Diego. I continued upon San Diego forever to the LA chargers. Want to go Mano amount of with the Steelers up and down the field and play this game and a thirties ev- actors running it effectively in their underneath stop. Is working. Well, would San Diego prefer to maybe just take the air out of the ball though, bitten rely on their defense?.
Should Dale Murphy be in the hall of fame?
"Straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless, best phones, best networks, no contracts. So I'll said, so the guest we're efforting is right Thompson, who has a phenomenal piece in ESPN the magazine this week about Dale Murphy and how there's this whole generation, particularly in the southeast who believes domer- for should be in the hall of fame. The baseball hall of fame induction ceremony is Sunday. It'll be Jack Morris, Alan Trammell Vladimir Guerrero who mentioned earlier who would be wiffle ball player. Jim Thome who'd had a can o Jim Thome e who should be on everyone's all time. Looks like you should be on your softball league team Griffin, rip Chipper Jones. And Trevor Hoffman. And we're in the funny Marty when you get to certain age, it's like the guys you watch their entire career another. Yeah, it makes me feel really old. Like what those guys are going in. The hall of fame, right? Trevor Hoffman was the I was he liked the first real closer. I guess maybe Dennis Eckersley might have been the first real closer, but Hoffman was at the guy that I remember that came in and just therm nothing but smoke. Yeah, and but then like got crafty and he's of the group. He's probably the most is numbers are crazy, but of the group. He's the one that people seem to have the most reservations about, but he was there man like there was who else were the lease? Myth lease myth hall of fame, John rocker, John rocker. John rocker lasted a second, wasn't he closer though? He was starter was who's closer goose Gossage hit Googlers. Goose was the first goose was the first one of my life that was just was like just came. Just came in throwing smoke and. Yeah, but those closers were the best, but then but then you had the guys that were like great and then weren't so great. Like Bruce, Bruce suitor closer, Billy Wagner. Billy Wagner was the man son? Yeah, Billy Wagner grew up near me. He's from tazewell Virginia. Went to Fareham college. The little teeny, tiny Fareham college, of course, Moran Rivera, but goose was the one hour reduces the one that came along and I thought and then other ones, though there's some other ones that are scaping me right now that. When unique personalities when we look like maybe not kids. But as we were getting on towards high school college, they were some guys, I'll think of it as we go. I'm still working on joslin. Trying to think. Francisco rodriguez. I mean lease myth, I love Lee Smith lease. Myth is a really good call man. He's tall. Yeah, right. Eckersley was the guy probably though. Yeah, see. I'm so old armor when he was was a decent starter, but. Why didn't he? Yeah, you break. I want to Braise about small malts basically two different careers, which is wise in the hall of fame so. So bring up del Murphy because of the peace right Thompson road and full disclosure, I'm sitting in my office right now with a framed portrait of del Murphy, like standing in front of the American flag, holding his golden glove. And so, yeah, if you grew up in the part of the world we did and this is the super station era. And I, I knew so much about the cubs and the Braves, both because you watch them on television every day. You watch cubs in the morning. Watch brazen night. I went to a cubs cubs Braves game one time with the church youth groups that with girl, and I thought she would be impressed at my overwhelming knowledge of both teams and all scare. I mean, because if you watch both of those teams every single day all summer long, you know, every summer of youth it became will you know when Rafael Ramirez the plate and I'm going well, you know, he really struggles on so. And so or about Bob Horner. Yeah. Bob Horner, Jeff, Treadway Jeff Treadway. Wow. Cam Zane Smith?.
"lees smith" Discussed on WRVA
"This is exactly what lee smith dug up at the tablet dot com it is this operation is writing about that i'm sharing with you here it is this operation that ended up being the trial run for obama using the intelligence community to basically write whatever they wanted written about trump and russia and collusion when they found out how easy it was to plant total s with the media and have them write it without even trying to verify about the iran deal they figured they had these people in the palm of their hands this was the proving ground two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen this was what was in place when it was time to enact the trump russia collusion operation featuring endless leaks from intelligence people to the media unverified uncorroborated media didn't check anything just printed it continue to do those do those things to this day and when the obama administration found how easy this was because these reporters on average at twenty seven years old and don't know anything plus he knows they're all sycophants is reporters love obama these reporters want to be thought of in great ways by obama these reporters want obama to know them they want to be on obama's mind these reporters want obama to be thinking of them so there are a bunch of sycophants and suck ups and they were printing whatever roads and the state department gave them about the iran deal and that's how you ended up thinking that it was a big deal that it was going to stop the iranians from getting nuclear weapons that the european allies had signed onto with the iranians had signed onto it is nothing but a gigantic scam it works so well that that ben rhodes and people in the obama administration could not stop bragging about how easily it was to execute to the new york times back in just a little you find concentrated undiluted liberalism you find.
"lees smith" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And one of the greatest illustrations of that was an intelligence community official leaked to adam entities that the russians had succeeded in shutting down a power grid in vermont that had caused a damn in vermont to go nuts and much damage occurred and the guy ran with the story he didn't once call anybody in vermont to find out what the hell this was about he didn't check with anybody about the electrical grid in vermont just printed the story and it turns out it was all made up there was not a say there wasn't an electric grid failure in vermont much less at the hands of the russians and there was no problem at any damn now we know this from a lee smith column at tablet dot com done great work near on this there were also another obama administration attempt at using the media prior to that so after they had the trial run with the iran nuclear deal they implemented the exact same thing in the trump russia collusion story an atom and this again was at the top of the food chain being fed a bunch of leaks supposedly tying trump and russia together in collusion to steal the election and it went on for a year and the reporters simply regurgitated everything they were told that even try to corroborate the accepted the steele dossier is factual evidence and what was remarkable about it in a number of ways was it wasn't that long ago it was the intelligence community that the media and the american left despised they hated the cia if you're not old enough to remember the american left american liberalism has for my entire life until recently blamed the c i a for all of america's problems around the world they believe the cia was overthrowing duly elected governments in central american they thought the cia was corrupting the political process in nation after nation both in the southern hemisphere in central and south america and in europe they just despise the cia and for obama to come in and convert this to where american reporters would accept what ever they were told by anybody in the intelligence community and not even trying to corroborate it was a massive reversal and so that's what happened you remember the.
Buffalo Bills sign former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron
"A lot of free agent signings to tell us all right this afternoon buffalo bills agreed to terms on a two year deal with quarterback aj mccarron who played with the bengals quarterback tom savage agrees to a two year contract with the saints he'll replace chase daniel's as the saints backup to drew brees daniela will side with the chicago bears the raiders resigned blocking tight and lee smith jordy nelson cut by.