17 Burst results for "Leo Durocher"
"leo durocher" Discussed on Lance McAlister
"All. Yellow youthful. Completely, I thought you were going to say Kareem Abdul Jabbar in airplane, but that's good. About how about about the nineteen seventy movie Joe, names and markets CC and company where he played a biker all yes, oh, I can visualize him as the, but yes on the. Right and also enable. He was on the Brady bones to. Yes, he was. Bobby was he was trying to convince it? Bobby had told his friends. He knew him in the friends like you know. Joe Name it finally, he said prove it, and so he he wrote I think Cindy, wrote a letter, and all my brothers deathly ill. Can you come visit? And he did and then bobby learned the lesson. Don't lie. Don's rise monsters wants to I think you're right. I gotTA. Thank you. Weekend actually. Google the Mister Ed episode today where he was hanging out with the dodgers, at dodger. Stadium and Leo Leo Durocher comes out and he's talking to Mr Ed and whoever Mr Ed Zone, or was I forget his name and and John Roseborough. The catcher was there and they agreed to let Mr. Ed try to hit off Sandy Colfax. The Look on Sandy Coa. Class, he's like shaking his head. Like really. You'RE GONNA. Make me pitch a horse, and then Mr Ed like you see the bat. They cut away to just a bat swinging Mr. Ed runs the basis, but you know I. Don't think you really see, but then you see his. Slide into home plate like Mr Ed is safe. And on that note I am done. This is a blast. Thanks for hanging out. Sterling deliver fun for three hours more. He's got that show following the news Fakhri weekend. Aren't L. carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred wwl..
"leo durocher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The President of the National League knew about us and had taken steps and was saying to individual ballplayers. If you do this you will be. You will be suspended. Half the League may strike. I don't care if the League strikes the United States of America and one person has as much right to make a living playing baseball as anybody else is stories been denied the night but it is really so and somebody who down in La Hoya buzzy vase who was a dodger efficient at the time remember the morning when Ford Frick President of the League called in seven cardinals and said and if you strike you're suspended and that ended the strike also the dodgers as a team was a divided house as well on this issue weren't they they were indeed yes Because as soon as the possibility Robinson coming up became clear at the dodgers. Were on a spring training tour through the Canal Zone. Some of the dodgers led by Dixie Walker Starting to petition which more or less bring up Robinson and And we we quit trade us Finest moment and the up and down exciting adventurous mixed life of Leo Durocher came when he heard about the petition. He looked players up in the canal L. Zone at about three in the morning and he said I'll tell you some fellows. Here's what you can do with your petition. We can't say exactly what he said. This fellow is only the first and they're coming coming and they're kicking and they're scratching their diving and you better be ready and you can take your position and forget your petition. The meeting over go to bid Petition stopped right. There and also stopped when pee wee reese. The dodger captain who was from Kentucky Hall of Fame shortstop himself wouldn't sign it but Leo Durocher later suspended for loose living and sending the Catholic Church in which he had been raised. had I had good moments in bed moments horrible moments but the moment when he stopped that position I think was a hall of fame moment in the life of the richer. Tell me why errors lend themselves to baseball and say not football and basketball. We never hear about that in those two sports. That's a good point right. You don't hear about Basketball during the year of college basketball a little bit pro basketball was played in armories and And you go to a pro basketball game and via danced between halves Football at that time pro football what was regarded by many people. Journalism is a game for bald headed. Uh Beer bellies when you take a look at that Era Between Nineteen forty seven and nineteen fifty seven was there a catalyst. was there something that really symbolizes that entire period. I would say it was. The the triumph of New York is is before the word mugging.
"leo durocher" Discussed on AP News
"Ratings at CBS have the network making some big changes replacing its evening anchor and revamping its morning show lineup. The network announced on CBS this morning. Co host nor Donal will replace Jeff glor- as anchor of the CBS evening news. The summer Gloria has anchored the newscast since December twenty seventeen and is still to go shooting. His next steps. O'donnell was chief White House. Correspondent was you? Join CBS this morning in twenty twelve teaming up with Charlie rose. And Gayle king king. Sixty four will remain co host of CBS this morning. She'll be joined by longtime journalist, Anthony, Mason and correspondent Tony dokoupil. John Dickerson who hopscotched from political director to face the nation. Moderator in two thousand fifteen to CBS this morning as roses replacement in January of twenty eighteen will become a correspondent for sixty minutes. Baseball hall of Famer tie. Cobb was fined and suspended for going into the stands to attack a heckler in may of nineteen twelve his team. The Detroit Tigers was playing in New York against the highlanders soon to be called the Yankees Cobb considered. One of the dirtiest in meanest players in the game. Knocked the heckler down then kicked and stopped on them. Ron Shelton who wrote and directed the movie about Cobb says fans knew what the player was like the weren't bothered by it. What's interesting about Cobb is it in a certain way, he didn't have hidden life. He was very public in his bigotry, and the public still chose to look the other way playing against Cobb was no picnic Yankee shortstop Leo Durocher remembers fielding a ground ball with Cobb running from first base of all down around me, man. He tried to throw him out. And he said next time get my way, I'll step.
"leo durocher" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Were in. They were in free fall. And it was really because I talked to Phil Regan the the cubs relief pitcher. And he basically said that, you know, Leo, Durocher just war war. Everybody out. It was like a jockey. You went to the whip too early. You know, he Ernie banks was thirty eight that year. He played a hundred and fifty eight games ready. The catcher played a hundred and fifty one. So I mean the cubs by the end of the year. They couldn't you know, Reagan said we couldn't we couldn't catch the ball. They were cubs ended the season eight and eighteen and and the Mets after they hit that bottom ten games out when thirty eight and eleven and Cushman and Seaver one eighteen of their last nineteen games. So it, but yeah. So the. Black cat comes out. And and kind of circles, they the on-deck area where Ron Santo standing in the second Lord can this. And then the the Catholic stares, right? Leo Durocher in the dugout and then disappears. So it's, but there there were so many crazy games the whole year. Steve there was a game in in August, one marry the great one Marschall. Takes a shutout into the fourteenth inning. And on his hundred. So it's zero zero in the bottom of the fourteenth shells one hundred fifty first pitch of the night. Incredible one hundred. Yeah, I guess they forgot the pitch count that night. There was a game in the early sixties him and Warren Spahn both went sixteen innings. They had so hundred and fifty first pitch. Tommy, you hit it over the wall. Twin one nothing they then the night that Mandla Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. They wanna game in Montreal on Bobby files to our to strike. They they then the Mets fans will remember this crazy game against the cardinals. Where Steve Carlton set the major league strikeout record with nineteen at loss because Ron Swoboda to to run on. Yeah. Everyone knows AG with the catch and Swoboda with the cat saving a game. And and you are. You were talking with our wise who had the great World Series and knee at Seaver loss game one. And then the Mets won the next four and shocking the baseball world and ending ending a magical season. Were you there for the World Series wine for game five game five? I didn't it was. Yeah. It was October sixteenth. And and the day before when Seaver was pitching. There was actually the the biggest anti war demonstration in in American history all over the country protesting the Vietnam war. So in fact, they had Tom Seaver face picture on the leaflets they were distributing outside the stadium. So I mean there were so much that was going on in the world. And and here was this this charm team? And again, if you look at the stats, Dave, you know, we're in an age. Now, of course, where you know at and metrics rule.
"leo durocher" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The Howie Carr show if you'd like to join us here. How're president shapes the public character? Oh, gosh. Mitt Romney, the Washington Post. What rod? I hoped his campaign would refrain from name calling and resentment it did not. Mitt Romney reframed refrained from resentment and name calling. He lost. Who was it? Leo Durocher who surged Vince Lombardi one of those guys who won a lot of games said show me a good loser. I'll show you a loser. You know, I understand you learn things from losing. We all lose. I've lost you've lost et cetera et cetera. But you know, when you get right down to it. Would you rather win? Or would you rather lose? I don't care if I learn less from winning. I still wanna win. I'll catch. I'll do my catch up on my on my schoolwork later on on my learning to a great degree presidency shapes the public character of the nation. A president should unite us and inspire us to follow our better angel. He put that in quotation marks our better angels. The world is also watching Trump's words and actions have caused this may around the world in a twenty sixteen. Pew Research Center poll, eighty four percent of people in Germany Britain, France candidate in Sweden believed the United the American president would do the right thing in world affairs one year later the number had fallen to sixteen percent. He's also you know, what he's angry about it. He's angry that Trump said that America has been played for a sucker. Kennedy one dispute that that America has been played for a sucker. But, but that's but you're not supposed to say it. Eight four four five six nine seven eight in Mr. integrity who has a who drives across the country with a dog tied to the roof of his car. You're referring to shame the famous Irish setter who was on the roof of the car from. Belmont Massachusetts, the Detroit when they were visiting his father, George when he was still alive. I'll tell you. I tell you shameless was treated at the end of the trip shameless was very windblown. But he was still breathing. Whereas the dog that Obama ate for breakfast in Asia was not around anymore. I think I think if he gave it the dogs of choice, they'd rather be midst dog than Obama's dog. So here's what Trump tweeted out after the thing came out this morning. Here we go with Mitt Romney. But so fast. Exclamation point. Question will be is he a flake? I hope not would much prefer that mitt focus on border security, and so many other things where he can be helpful. I won big. And he didn't you should be happy for all Republicans be a team Alden caps player and win. And that's all in caps. No. You know? Something has told his sons there's no I in team. But there isn't mitt. Joke the VIP's like that. But I. Could say that about anyone that's got an eye in their name. Bruce, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead Bros. The wing doing. It's doing better. I you know, what I even I didn't even bring up the slang. Although I'm going back to the hospital on Friday. They gotta decide whether they want to go back in and pull out some of the floating bone fragments. Before you cut me off you up. They'll listen to the doctors when they tell you what to do. But I I I know you do you listen to people that know their job which was get what the dog on the rules. I'm I'm all done amazing omit with. But anyway. As far as. Cherokee girl, I'm gonna get me a beer. Me she's Harvey graduate. No. That's a good point. You raise Bruce. If you if you really wanted to be a snob about this. You could say this is what you get when you when you bring when you hire somebody from the university of Houston to be the teach at Harvard Law School. She's trying to like put herself. She's like a truck driver from West Virginia. Joining again with that crowd. Right. They're not buying it. No. No way. Listen, I am so disgusted with her her outgoing R condescending, I mean, she's talking like what? A deplorable. I know we'll see. You would think that this woman would learn something I mean, she's in, but she's at a high level and politics she wants to run for president before before that DNA tests. She was one of the front runner. She's not anymore. Wouldn't you wouldn't you just think that you would study the mistakes that other politicians have made especially politicians from her own area her own bailiwick, which is Massachusetts. I mean, John Kerry is still mocked for saying can I get me a hunting license here. And she goes out in does the exact same thing the exact same thing. It's amazing. Thanks for the call. Bruce. Donnie, you're next with Howie Carr. That's you know, that's the thing that keeps saying she's she has this laser like intelligence. I don't see it. I I don't see it at all do you? You remember when she was first running for the Senate? She had to have devolved Patrick again. Like I needed three tries to pass the bar exam. He had to run interference for he had to answer all the questions because she had no idea what she was talking about talked about the west coast of Massachusetts. She she was she got one time. She was in New Hampshire, and she got New Hampshire and Vermont mixed up. Have you set your DVR, by the way for tonight for her big interview with Rachel Maddow? Nine o'clock. Maybe everybody's going to be tuning into that. She has to fly back. So just so that you and I don't have to watch that. That's that's a that's a great job. I think so. Yeah. Gr- that's one of the things. Grace would come in and say, you know, she would just cheer her mouth would all be screwed up and just pain from from watching. But but you realize it makes you dumber. I absolutely I listen to David David Axelrod and John Kerry to a podcast for an hour. Still haven't recovered. That's pretty bad too. That's that's kind of scary though. I won't be watching it. But I'm glad I'm glad Steve you'll be watching it. So that'll be good. Yup. Rachel, maddow. Boy, what a. Donny you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Good evening. How he Donnie, bro? And old orchard beach wanted to get a couple of VIP from old orchard beach. They're waving their wave until you tonight. Yeah. Oh, good. I'm waiting back. Okay. Anyway, the last eight years under Paul LePage page quite prosperous. He had work for food stamps program where yes, we got seventeen thousand people off from food stamps and built up a billion dollar surplus. Right. But that that was the past eight years now, we have governor Janet Mills she's already bright in a couple of Obama coathanger types as you might say, and she's talked about revamping Medicare, and I think that is already spent Medicaid Medicare. Yes, she's gonna she's basically going to blow through that within the first year that already John a couple of weeks ago. And he basically said the same thing that he thinks, you know, you know, all the hard work is probably revamping the economy, and you know, tried to crack down on welfare fraud. It's gotta be it's gotta all the the clock is going to be turned back. It's it's really a shame. I mean, I think one reason they one way they got a lot of people off food stamps is they just they it was the threat even the threat of making people work, right? Steve, isn't that? What it boils down to, you know, just forcing them to do a work search. Yes, what it is or volunteer. I thought I thought the lefties were all about volunteerism. Yeah. Go ahead. A lot of these people's they don't they don't wanna work. Anyway, we'll take the free food if you'll give it to him. Sure. They'll be there for the handouts. But they're not gonna work whether or not they get the free food, and they're gonna find it up the food pantries and other ways and leaching our friend that they're going to get by right, right? No. Yeah. No one's no one's starving. When nobody can. There's no reason why nobody starves the death in the United States. I mean, the the the the left promotes these these narratives that you know, that the prisons are full of people who were arrested with a joint of marijuana. And you know, another one and people are. The eight million children go to bed hungry every night. That's because they wouldn't eat their cabbage. That's why they go to bed hungry. Please. Thanks for the call. Donny, Mike, you're next Mike. You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Mike got someone will make your day. I called the again, a call from the same way average Indian school Manteo. We all sounded all year we donation into first of the year. Yup. One. The other ones know their insurance plan, and they know. Warns name came up. I wanna tell you. She's emperor shocker. She goes to Montana. Happy with her one. I don't think she I don't think she has to go as far as Montana before. She gets the first shock. You know? Right. Bighorn battleground? Reservation. Yeah. And I wanna tell you these guys these guys don't pull around don't wanna know pota- RBM anywhere from Canada. Yeah. So she goes out there. Are you going gonna have a job? Trump has the Indians PR. Yes. Was your rally one of those guys one of those guys? So they're all Trump supporter soon. So I tell you. Yeah. They had a there was a case when Obama was president a an illegal alien, but he's one of these guys who'd been leading lead stay in the country. He's he was a he was he a did car breaks burglaries. He had no job or anything like that. So he somehow came across these three crow Indians that lived on the reservation and he killed two of them. And they were gravely wounded the other one and the FBI was sent in to to assist. The sheriff's department investigating the murder of these two white Indians on the reservation. You know, what the what the FBI's job was to tell the sheriff's department. Don't put out any press releases. Don't tell anybody that this guy was an illegal alien. That's what they were. They were sent there for not to do any investigation. But just again to cover it up like like out in California like in Knoxville like in queens. It's it's ridiculous. I mean. If anybody knows anything about illegal immigration. It's indians. Right. I mean they've they've suffered rather grievously from from uncontrolled immigration eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two. I'm.
"leo durocher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"There. Thanks to Arnold taking negative bills. Arnold would really pushed this thing for the calorie counts right now, you have a calorie count on everything. And it was not there you kind of go. Woah wonder what the nutritional value is. Sometimes I'll I'll look at it today. Talking to a friend about this. I'm looking at this has absolutely no nutritional value that makes it strangely attractive to me. Just because I'm tired of being nutritious, man. I'm happy and negative Nancy and take your negative. I'm doing the treadmill. I'm doing all that and to trimmed off some pounds and trying to stay smart about it. But I just don't like government. I don't like government telling us what shaming us I used to like going to outback. I'm sure I still once in a while frequently, but that blooming onion thing that they have that thing is glorious. Now, it may send you I mean, they just food. Komo's I've ever had. I think it says the calorie count and it says, here's where you call the cardiologists. But anyway, so. But that was when I saw that when the calorie count started being posted for everything pushed by Arnold negative. What you're talking about and Arnold still a friend. I just this is one of the things was nuts. I know with best of intentions, but it's on everything. So it's at the blooming onion at outback is two thousand calories. That's it that is that is that's the daily adult requirement. Caloric speaking, sworn it was more than that. I think it's two thousand look it up. All right. Leo durocher. Would you look it up? You can look Durocher. Of course for a time was the manager of the Chicago Cubs and Chicago getting back to the voting thing. Watch this legendary player for the dodgers absolutely was. But in Chicago with the cubs that is where if Leo Durocher was living there now though dead. He would be voting multiple times already. See how did that? Well, you know, what you do best. Mark you never let a crisis go to waste. That's right. That's right. And CNN is all over this right now that Trump was one of his rallies. He's doing like a rally every ten minutes, you gotta hand it to Mr. energizer bunny there. But Trump was alluding to these latest events the pipe bomber. The the caravan what happened in Pittsburgh last weekend. Yeah. It was only last weekend feels like a month ago that these are suggesting so says CNN Trump's suggests that these events were politically inconvenient. So now they're saying look how insensitive that is. Let's just say, that's just honest. Whether you like it or not those events are hurricane sandy superstorm, sandy. Two thousand twelve was also inconvenient as in two thousand eight. It was politically inconvenient to have the financial meltdown was especially politically inconvenient for John McCain who then thought I don't need to campaign for a month. We have a crisis and Barack Obama went out there. Anyway, gone. I I got I'm on your mind for. So. They all do it. But the most honest admission to that was Rahm Emanuel. Now, the mayor over the murder capitals, Chicago. Chicago. Say never let a crisis go to waste. Whether you like Trump or not, you got to appreciate his, and he's actually out there every it feels like every five or ten minutes doing rallies, and by the waiters at ton of people showing up, you know, who doesn't have a ton of people showing up today. Oh, they may make it appear that way Gavin Newsom who's running for governor versus John Cox, Gavin Newsom, the incumbent Lieutenant governor is in San Diego today. In fact, later on this hour over San Diego State university. There's a reason why you pick a university. If you're Gavin Newsom, I'll tell you what it is coming up at a minute that and more around the corner AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. You're listening.
"leo durocher" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Different cuts of meat like they do your into Korean barbecue boneless short rib, highly marbled like. Pencil-thin cuts different vegetables. I grew up on an p in Detroit. Ps iceberg lettuce that was maybe some asparagus. So if you wanna finally cut bamboo shoot, you're gonna go for. You go. My ex wife is Korean she left, but the cuisine stay. Thank you. Honey. Fred says in last one your first big break was the Broadway. Production of the first where you play. Jackie robinson. I did this is all true. Yeah. You know? So again, I'm not a big baseball guys nineteen Eighty-one and as part of the research. Rachel Robinson, the kids they came and they said, you should come and see Jackie Robbins, Jackie's scrapbooks. And I was like I was like twenty three twenty four. I think I know enough. Why finally looked at the scrap scraps for about this big? And they started all the way from when he was a kid who's a high school. He lettered in every every everything. He could have been anything. Right. So I did not know the breadth of his athletic prowess until going all the way back, and I think it was Pasadena, California. He could he could he was UCLA running back all they had all of them. I know brother MAC came in silver behind Jesse Owens at the Olympics. Didn't thirty three. Yeah. In the Munich games. Yeah. So so it was amazing and mind blowing and I got to meet so many great baseball players. Leo Durocher came to the opening night, Ralph Branka, sure and correct me if I'm wrong and who else was it. Bobby Thompson who hit? Right. I don't know if he came that night. But I remember Leo Durocher Ralph Branca and somebody else, but they were all there all white guys. They're very nice while these guys are so nice. Originalist firmly either nice now. Nineteen forty seven. They weren't so nicely. No, they're nice now. Okay. I was like, okay. Wow. Yeah. Innocent. Oh, this is so much fun. David. Alan grier. Cool kids series premiere tonight on FOX at eight thirty pm eastern time, please come back. And and go book, I would live can I say one more thing about Tiger Woods. Sure. I have to tell you. I do not watch golf. I watch Tiger Woods occurring. I really don't. I mean, if it's not there. I don't ask me why I'm not really. Into it. You know, and and. To watch this thing. I know that it wasn't a major like everybody else. I thought well, maybe this is it. I mean, he's still gonna if you didn't do anything ever. And if you'd lost his week, and he's still going to go down in history as one of the greatest golfers of all time. All right. I don't think this is the end I think he can win another major. I don't know if he's ever going to break Nicholson's record. I just know that I think it was Jack Nicklaus. Debbie said at one time. He said, you know, he's Tiger Woods has lost. His. I've what is term is is Mojo, you know, is a golfer when you you're in the zone you're in the zone. But when you are not in that zone. You are not. And he's we never thought he was gonna come back. It's amazing. It really was awesome to see to this weekend. It's unbelievable. So let's have some more. I I agree with you David Alan Grier. And I I know it's a great quote from Jack Nicklaus who I love with the exception that he went to Ohio State. That's the only thing for you know, what? That's right. How dare you quote have? I'm not even gonna say anything you asked me not to use profanity, and it's very hard at this point. David Alan Grier on Twitter checkout. Baby hit me up the cool kids on FOX.
"leo durocher" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"New hope in one thousand nine hundred. Yes, I was I am my my acting teacher. John Madden who directed Shakespeare in love. Okay. So now, not the Oakland Raiders coach. Okay. No. Unfortunately, what a what a combo that way. Down to the top position. No, none of that. Right. John Madden was my acting teacher was in acting school. And he said, you know, David, you know, I'm directing this thing you happen to be in LA, hire you and so I did about four days. And I didn't know I thought this is radio. They would just be radio people. But Mark Hamill is there and who was the guy that played not R two D two. What's the tall? Three PL SE through. Anthony. What's his name? Some Anthony Daniels. Yeah, I was gonna say Andrew Daniels. He was in it. It was just amazing and funds. What did you play? I mean, did you excuse me? I played random stormtrooper. Were you know, but I got eight hundred dollars, man. And then I was still in school. I was like I. Am bugging out with Mark Hamill at his house and Malibu. It was awesome. Casting fellow wolverine James Earle Jones was not part of this is not. Okay. Well, let me I forget it was so long ago. Yeah. He was not. Here's the next one trained in Shakespeare at Yale and a master of fine arts from Yale school of drama's. Absolutely true fact. Yes, okay. I did a play with James Jones is called timing of Athens. Reg, e Kathy who has passed on the and and I were. Yeah. College roommates. And so we were hungry desperate actors and we played thieves and we came onto the scene in that production. Yeah. James will Jones is having a hard time learning his lines. So my Reggina we knew every line. We knew every line. He was going to say, and he looked he took one look at us. And he realized I cannot drop a line in the scene because we were looking at him like a piece of raw meat. We're like, dude, I will take this monologue and run all the way to the bar. So he never dropped the line. Every other thing. Line. Because we were like don't drop. Now, this is an interesting one David Alan Grier. According to one of your bios you like hanging out in Asian supermarkets. Is that a is that a I didn't know where that was going, right? Anymore owner have different cuisine man different cuts of meat like they do your into Korean barbecue boneless short rib, highly marbled like. Pencil-thin cuts different vegetables. I grew up on AMP in Detroit. Ps iceberg lettuce that was maybe some asparagus if you wanna finally cut bamboo shoot, you're gonna go for. You go. My ex wife is Korean she laughed, but the cuisine stay. Thank you. Honey. Fred says in last one your first big break was the Broadway. Production of the first where you played Jackie Robinson. I did this is all true. Yeah. You know? So again, I'm not a big baseball guys nineteen Eighty-one and as part of the research. Rachel Robinson, the kids they came and they said, you should come and see Jackie Robbins, Jackie's scrapbooks. And I was like I was like twenty three twenty four. I think I know enough why finally looked at the scrapbooks scrapbooks for about this big. And they started all the way from when he was a kid who's a high school. He lettered in every sport everything. He could have been anything. Right. So I did not know the bread of his athletic prowess until going all the way back, and I think it was Pasadena, California. He could've he was a UCLA running back all they had all of them. I know brother MAC came in silver behind Jesse Owens at the Olympics that I didn't at thirty three. Yeah. In the Munich games. Yes. So so it was amazing and mind blowing and I got to meet so many great baseball players. Leo Durocher came to the opening night, Ralph Branca, sure and correct me if I'm wrong and who else was it. Bobby Thompson who hit? Right. I don't know if he came that night. But I remember Leo Durocher Ralph Branca and somebody else, but they were all there, and you know, all deal white guys. They're very nice quality. These guys are so nice originalist family. They're nice now. Nineteen forty seven. They weren't so nicely nights. Now. Okay. I was like, okay. Wow. Yeah. Innocent. Oh, this is so much fun. David. Alan grier. Cool kids series premiere tonight on FOX at eight thirty pm eastern time, please come back. And and go blow I would live. Can I say one more thing about Tiger Woods? Sure. I have to tell you. I do not watch golf. I watch. Tiger woods. Okay. I really don't. I mean, if it's not there. I don't ask me why I'm not really into it. You know? And and to watch this thing, I know that it wasn't a major like everybody else. I thought well, maybe this is it. I mean, he's still gonna if you didn't do anything ever. And if you'd lost his week, and he's still going to go down in history as one of the greatest golfers of all time. All right. I don't think this is the end I think he can win another major. I don't know if he's ever going to break Nicholson's record. I just know that I think it was Jack nNcholas deputy said at one time he said, you know, he's Tiger Woods has lost. His I've dealt with his term is is Mojo, you know, is a golfer. When you you're in the zone, you're in the zone. But when you are not in that zone. You are not. And he's we never thought he was going to come back. It's amazing. It really was awesome to see to this weekend. It's unbelievable. So let's have some more. I I agree with you David Alan Grier. And I I noticed a great quote from Jack Nicklaus who I love with the exception. Is he went to allow state? That's the only thing. Well, for you know, what? That's right. How dare you quote him? I'm not even gonna say anything you asked me not to use profanity, and it's very hard at this point. Now at David Alan Grier on Twitter checkout baby hit me up the cool kids on FOX eight. Eastern tonight..
"leo durocher" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Tiger Woods coming up next Mason. Ireland ESPN LA. We mentioned David bodies. Walk off grand slam for the cubs last night against the nationals. Just a couple of facts. Those are always helpful. That was the second walk off grand slam of the year for the cubs. It's also the second walk off pinch, hit grand, slam this season. Daniel Roberson hit one versus Miami on July the twenty second. And but in terms of being scoreless and having it be the first runs of the game that hasn't happened since nineteen sixty eight when Ron did it and Leo Durocher was the manager. Wow. And we actually have the play by play call of the cubs play by play on. This should be good. Go ahead and hit it. There. David voting now ready to keep the trying to keep the cubs alive along bowl now could win the ballgame and the pitch on away boaty drives on the air center field tenor. Live for voting the win the ball game. Can you believe it. He was gone. Point in here. The grid..
"leo durocher" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"The end will stay in the conversation and the orioles gaspard he plays shortstop addison russell in the trade yep wow wow uhhuh like it no that's total speculation at this point all right here's the poll question for next week and you'll agree with me this is the best poll question we've ever had okay that game on may twenty seventh chicago cubs playing host to the san francisco giants and so the poll question is what's the greatest phrase in baseball history in here your four choices jess okay let's play to ernie banks over it ain't over till it's over yogi berra there's no crying in baseball jimmy dugan nice guys finish last leo durocher of those four what do you got come on i mean are you really asking me like old times is a league of their own so absolutely there's no crying in baseball and the fact that there's an option is women playing baseball is one of these quotes is really cool so good job i like it even if it doesn't win i'm sure the league of their own fans and any woman who's ever played baseball fan of that one josh those four which one do you like see i actually think you take points away if it's from a mall or a story like if actual baseball player didn't say therefore i'm going with it ain't over till two over okay i'm going with nice guys finish last i love that i remember reading when i was eleven years old and i thought that was pretty cool but that's just me yeah it's all about the connection that when hurt it like how that resonated with you i think because otherwise they're they're really overuse quote.
"leo durocher" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We love your show thank you thanks appreciate the call thank you all right let's go to wreck in mill valley rick you're on kmby six eighty go ahead yeah thanks for you i really appreciate your restore call perspective again i'd like to talk about what might have been in terms of willie's homerun knuckles because he missed the virtually all of the fifty two and fifty three seasons during the korean war and then insurance surely would hit thirty five home runs at least in each of those seasons and then the candlestick i think in nineteen sixty only sixteen balls hit over the left field fence eight of them willies and so it was not accept your friendly home run out for right hander here's i think he could have had a eight hundred home runs it history all the different yeah maybe you know but that's the way it worked they put dimaggio in fenway and put ted williams and yankee stadium who knows what would have happened with those two but willie became a right centerfield hitter because leo durocher in the fifty four season willie was just killing the ball and leo said i'm gonna hit more to right center field then the cut his home runs down but it actually helped him when he got the san francisco because you wanted to hit to right centers to pay to could do it as well but you're right it's one of those things that we love to talk about in baseball and his how many would have had if he played in wrigley field or a place that was more hormone friendly but to end up with six sixty for what he went through and for the years that he played even if he had eight hundred it would make him any bigger in my mind he was the greatest of our era so it's a good it's a good subject it's a good subject to chat about very good thanks rick thank you thanks thanks.
"leo durocher" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And i think that the the main thing was that the jackie robinson transcended baseball that is why we have jackie robinson day now it's appropriate for baseball to to celebrate what he did and and the the great player that he was but he also had his an entire ethnic group of people entire race of people on his shoulders tried to do something that seems just absurd now to even think about it because we know how many great african american players that have been in major league baseball but it also arrested on his shoulders he was the only one he was all by himself and and not really wanted by many of his teammates you know then they had teammates that we're trying to organize against him and branch rickey would not hear of it and leo durocher was the manager and he would not hear of it and to their credit they basically said if you don't wanna be here just let us know and we'll show you the door we'll get you out of here as soon as possible so so there were a lot of and even then when they travelled they went into the cities where there is still with jim crow laws and whatnot jackie robinson was in many cities not allowed to stay at the same hotel with the team willie mays went through the same thing if you years later when he came to the giants but and and that was just the way it was and he had to get a taxi and go to different hotel on a different part of town there were restaurants she could not go into the they would be barnstorming from spring training the team on a bus going from one city to the other and they'd stop at a restaurant and he couldn't go into the restaurant and they have to bring food out to him and and so on and so forth so hard to imagine in today's world but that was the world that he came into and and that was what he did he succeeded and he was great he was the rookie of the year and in a couple of years he won the mvp award and he was the heart and soul of those dodger teams he was the engine that made them run that made them good and and jackie robinson that's that's his legacy and.
"leo durocher" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Ota all right let's pick some players kp mr turn yesterday yeah so twenty some hours before him and to come in and get a hit off of that guy when you're behind an account and so i'll take buster for tying the game up guy does have good stuff you can see why dave roberts was already trusting of do they pick him up on waivers hard to say his name good stuff wins just let them go that's windsor that good no looking for pitching the twins today signed somebody late one of the guys at dot sign and they signed the pitcher and then they needed to make a spot on the roster or something in the old did in the old days that someone was that good end up on another team is like maybe going out with the manager's girlfriend or something gotta get rid of him could you give us an example absolutely no leo yeah manager leo durocher could be here anyway would that take hosie yeah good pick that got overshadowed there for a moment i lost my mind i'm taking pence pence had a hit that started the rally against kershaw scored the run and then had a really good battle with kenley jansen where the first two swings that you were thinking i was thinking this is not going to end well for pants any hung in there and and got a base hit against him and and was the tying run in scoring position so i liked that determination those were good at bats from hundred pence today he's my guy was a good that's a good one hit in the steel still got wheels anyway kelvin tomlin says my guy that's a big spot and and he really execute a beautiful good pick good couple of days for toby good one i liked mike well we've already talked about tie block and.
"leo durocher" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Was really really popular in boston it'll loved him they was the faith of that rancho they love more 13game winstreak would they love more and you know it's funny i am reminded as we kind of pivot will basically saying the warriors have no chance tonight in a building up the celtics big bighitting of course because i remember there's an old story in 1962 the giants the dodgers in a in a three game playoff to determine the nationally pettitte years earlier was 1950 one bobby thompson the shouted round the world so two of the coaches were there bill i'm going somewhere with this trust me are build rig me x are giant was managing the giants and leo durocher exnew york giant was managing the dodgers and so is kinda funny that they had both been in the fifty one game and now they are in the sixty two game and they in leo durocher said i'm wearing the same shirt i wore that day and fifty one nice so i i'm break it's my good let's get a win good so they went over to bill rig me who giants manager and they said they said you know rigs got his shirt from fifty one is lucky shirt what did you bring in written he said i brought willie mays one of the great lines in baseball history because after all this stuff i said about the celtics steve kerr's bringing the night kevin durant steph curry he's bringing those can i saw throwing klay thompson data you know the whole bit i know it's no who you bring in a nice steve kevin durant the fbi said okay i got livingston off the bench with the mid range what well know the big big historic historic player so it's gonna be awesome is gonna be really fun and like you said the environment purchase from the the quotes adams and steve kerr are so respectful and they're like this is like the thing and do you can imagine lake abs lake involves mind right now know the bus in south because he's a former celtic owner right all right now the.
"leo durocher" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Of the guys who put together he what you said you know serve you can look for these guys who can jump the highest to run the fastest or we would just look for football players if you get a quarterback like jim mcmahon who wish kind of short didn't have a great arm but would win all the time each and the yeah youth and you see that with the guys on the cubs and mad which is really good manager for young players you videos young players tend to defeat you this the cubs still through streaky you know they haven't learned the tricks yet of how to get out of the play through a bad threat and so and they kind of feet on each other so when one stop fitting that i'll stop having that's that's why they got a guy like denzo over who is older who could come in and be a guy who could get out of that hole while romney nut um a t talk about two three types of managers in novi aspirin the pen is slow yet come little parcels type of guy with you'd kitty you're talking about leo durocher but he's ukrist yeah well was actually some told me by doug plank who played for the chicago bears that she had there's you know three kinda coaches there the uh aspirin coach who like you know he says a great stop and he's gonna do that that that but nothing changes you know comes in doesn't change anything then there's the peta's fillon coach and he comes in either amazing he fixes everything except the one thing which he can't fix the net kanter because of what he you need egos what can't through good chance you're on a team is stuff like the curse or take guides don't try you know dead would guys playing for paycheck for that you need the chemo coach and the chemo coach just comes in and buy hit the pierre at than his manner heathrow top it's the new sheriff in town you're going to you know fix your cell for your gone.
"leo durocher" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Know let me give you the best guide he can play anywhere if and um we looked all does a to you know what i'm so that that's all the nfl teams build best asking us tunnel yeah while i i remember what i did the bears book they're a great line from one of the guy if you put together he what you said you know sort of you can look for these guys who can jump the highest run the fast or we would just look for football players get a quarterback jim mcmahon who wish kind of short didn't have a great arm but would win all the time yeah you said you see that with the guys on the cubs and mad which is really good manager for young players your date is young players tend to and you see this with the cub still through streaky you know they haven't learned the tricks yet of how to get out of the play through a bad stretch and so and they kind of feet on each other so when one stop fitting bit i'll stop having that's that's why they got a guy like denzo risk to its older who could come in and be a guy who could get out of that hole while that um uh talk about the three types of managers you know the aspirin the pen is slow yet tumbled apart cells type of guy can you but you were talking about leo durocher but he's decreased yeah well it was actually some told me by doug plank who played for the chicago bears that she said there's you know three kinda coaches there the uh aspirin coach who like you know he says a great stuff and he's going to do this at that but nothing changes you know comes in doesn't change anything then there's the pettitte fillon coach and he comes in he's is amazing he fixes everything except the one thing which he can't fix and that cancer because of what he you need and getting with what's can't through good capture on a team is stuff like the curse or it's like guys don't try you know dead would guys playing for paycheck too for that you need the chemo coach and the chemo coached just comes in and by his appearance than his manner he's so tough it's the new sheriff in town your get a you know fix yourself for your gone.
"leo durocher" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"All these computer companies that are now suing of buzzfeed for releasing the the phone he god's bossa in summary democrats could do whatever they want with foreign countries including enemies of the us like iran and russia including giving them uranium but any republican especially someone connected with trump had better not ever talked that these people even when he gets nothing in return or there will be continuous investigations in wa all too wall reporting which are all remember this has really nothing to do with russia democrats with the help of the media are seeking to block anything that restrains the power of government were the stories of democrats obstructing trump we saw constant reports on republicans obstructing obama yet again if there were if the with it wasn't for doublestandards that would be no standards all in washington dc mark you're next with how we car in the general communications listener wind go ahead mark your chapter by we've gone we've gotta go we gotta move from fake news now we're on fake crime listers if jotted up chamber there's always going to be some new bombshell creek drop or just got i mean real you've just early start laugh about because the gut a record holder them salt sugar hayfork twenty came i hope so i think that the governor regret match pulling up their big and you know going which respiratory what is it ever paid off in the long term to was to just feels feel sorry for yourself media venturelli people people can take it for a day or two but then they get tired of listening to its winding your you know you don't want your kids you you try to teach your kids to be a good loser you i mean you don't wanna you don't want to encourage you know i i know leo durocher said you know you show me a good loser i'll show you will lose ryan we all understand that you're not you don't wanna lose but it's but sometimes you lose that's the that's the reality of life rise and you just can't complain about it you just got the there's always another game i mean i hate to use these us these these cliche sports analogies but it's true you know there's always another of mothers all was another election so just get ready my rupture dirt on it back in.