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"lidge" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

05:41 min | 6 months ago

"lidge" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Network all week long for NC double a tournament rewind and relive some of the best moments from March madness Brad Lidge gonna join us coming up at the top of the hour and right now we get to our poll question I'll give you my answer to the question this evening out of these three quarterbacks you can find it at Zach you'll get your votes in on Twitter I did these three quarterbacks who will play the best during the twenty twenty and I fell season and the three quarterbacks are from the same draft class Baker may fields of the Cleveland Browns Sam Darnold of the New York Jets or Josh Allen of bills mafia throw people through a table with the Buffalo Bills so when I look at this question and when I try to evaluate it and give you my answer let me look at all three quarterbacks and tell you I think just based off your talent is the best quarterback and for me out of here Helen I do believe Sam Darnold is the best quarterback however the question is who will play the bass during the twenty twenty NFL season so it's not just based off your ability and I think will end up being the best quarterback it also has to do with not only individual success but in addition to that team success as well and when I look at those three organizations the jets are probably the worst team added three actually I probably they all are the worst team out of three buffalo this past offseason one out and got what for Josh Allen that's upon decks they give a lot to get him but they got a very good wide receiver Sam Darnold's best receiving option last year was Robby Anderson the jets what Robby Anderson get away and I heard a rumor sites and I talked over this morning we're actually got a very fascinating report he said the jets offer Robby Anderson a four year contract and Robbie and I think was about ten million dollars here I I think those were the numbers so four years forty million and Robbie elect to take the two year deal with the Carolina Panthers for twenty million so Robbie's betting on himself in the short term if that is true which Bomer Hey I know we got us some push back from Robbie calling it fake news in the Rabi deleted the post you know I know Robbie a little bit he was a classmate of mine at Temple University I'm not gonna believe boomer sizing her Pully Robby Anderson I'm gonna believe boomer size on this one I really am hi even though Robbie was a heck of a player at temple and he has a story that you could root for all that time she does some boneheaded things there's no doubt about that but he was someone that was I had to get kicked out of temple had to go to community college his grades weren't good enough came back not role played instrumental role in that and Robbie I was at his pro day at temple blazing speed only someone has the potential to be a very good wide receiver in this league and Robbie his worst enemy is himself at times now he's improved from where he was is that going to last long term I don't know but when I look at this and when you even just see Robbie shoot back that boomer and then delete the tweet I'm gonna believe former sources here and after speaking to former this morning I'm very confident in what boomer reported but the point is the jets should've kept Robby Anderson and that may have been something they tried to do like Palmer said well for a forty million dollar deal over four years and Robbie wanted to go to Carolina played that role and better themselves for twenty million dollars for two years I think he's going to kill it in Carolina would you call it and then eventually really cash in and do better than what was offered this past time around or maybe you just want to go out and play with that rule again when I look at the jets so I don't think they do enough to help Sam Darnold the offense aligned as question marks who is Sam Darnold really throwing the football to these next two drafts for the jets with Joe Douglas and Joe Douglas gets a pass last year because they brought him in so late and the bottom after the draft these next to draft a will define the career for Sam Darnold I will define what direction the jets are going I like Sam I think Sam as potential be a really good solid quarterback in this league a franchise quarterback what I fear though are the jets messing him up because they don't get the right pieces around so when I look at all these situations Josh Allen is getting help you got the phone takes brown had a good year for them last year yeah I even tried to get in Tonio brown last year and it's only a brown said he was gonna go to buffalo if they traded for even cycle Beasley last year too he had a good season for them end up in the draft they took motor single Terry out of that they you and he played good in stretches last year now when I look at pure talent and you know what let's get the Brownsville Baker we want to not do a good job in selecting their coach last year now they bring Kevin semansky but that brown's team have a lot of town you got all 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"lidge" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"lidge" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

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"lidge" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"lidge" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Take me through this experience. Brad lidge famous closer has been on the hall of fame ballot. Great guy, you coached your son's team. Tell me about this experience coaching actually retired two thousand thirteen was the first sober that my son jumped into T-ball in Colorado were folder full Denver boulder area. And it was it was a fun experience. I've been doing it now for for five years. This is my fifth year doing it and the action. Two two teams for his regular little league. And then there's kind of competitive traveling team. And I actually coached both of them, and we, you know, we, we have an awesome group of kids and the parents. You know, it's funny as a lot of coaches complain. Oh man. So hard to it's hard to coach but it's not just the kids, it's the parents, you got to manage the parents, as much as anything I will tell you what these parents have been unbelievable. They've been great everything I've said that. Yes. Okay. And they've done it and the kids that are having a great time and it's been a lot of fun. And, you know, the parents probably understand that, that they can probably pass the torch have to worry too much about what teaching their kids, the long arm angle or something like that. I think that they feel pretty good that teach them the right pitch. At least they say they do, but, you know, I it's a lot of fun for. I've had I've had great experiences so far now ten and is he kind of continues to make his way up through the the little league ranks? I it just it gets a lot of fun travel around a lot. But it's a blast Brad lidge joining us on the show. So you're you're doing traveling now or how's that going you're doing travel, though? So we will be starting up a it's called the tenue all-stars, essentially what it is, is. So he just finished two little league type things this spring. And he's got like a week or two often then it jumps into summer ball and that's going to be traveling around the state of Colorado, essentially, you know, his little league team if they I should say it all starts team if they do well enough, they can play for the state championship for tenue, and it's interesting because a lot of people around Colorado, like you're you figure Colorado's a great place to be in the summer. But a lot of people actually travel, so you get this kind of weird mix of people coming in and out. And you just try to formulate the best team. You know, ours is around this one little area in Boulder County like I said, and it's you'd be surprised how these kids are. I know I have these kids van will tell you, they, they watched the game, a lot of them. You tell them one thing one time and boom they can do it at that. I mean, there's nothing better than that growing up. So it's really fun for me to watch these kids doing what they're doing. How do you prevent out for the little ones? It's a great question because my son is kind of teetered on burn out a little bit here or there. I this is the first year he's playing summer. We travel a lot during the past numbers, and I told them, here's the deal. If you get to a point where you just, you just don't want to do it. You're not having fun. Let me know we'll figure out a way to either. Make it fun or we'll just stop because you're ten right? So like you can just take a summer off still like you can do that at ten years old. And granted, if you do it entirely than than there are kids that are going to probably jump ahead a little bit. So you have to be smart about in strategic about how you do it. But, but you wanna prevent Burnett won this day and age of specialization in parents out there listening. Oh, exactly what I'm talking about kids, go around at nine ten eleven years old, and you really have to start specializing your sport. It wasn't like that, you know grown up. I played baseball football basketball and played all three whatever the season why they did it. And you never felt like you were falling behind and the other ones. Because all the other kids were doing the other sports, too. But now kids are playing baseball. You know, seven eight nine months out of the year, ten year olds and so you get this edged sword number one jump ahead. Their skill level super high at early age. But number two, they do start to get out and see really have to be able to pay some I just, you know, we'll do some spring, and we'll just summer and then we won't do anything with baseball for fall and winter. We'll jump into other sports and, and, you know, hopefully, he'll baseball a ton by the time sprinkles around this has got to be what you tell parents to Brad because you had a really successful major league baseball career. And so they probably come to you because okay music, Dan, I got three sons, right? My old. I just started T-ball, but it's like tot T-ball he's a toddler still and we all get to that level where don't want to burn them out. But I also I wanna make sure they're doing some, I wanna make sure they're reaching their full potential as a parent, and I also want to make sure on. I'm doing what I'm doing everything I possibly can tell them reach their full potential and here, you are a former major leaguer, where you could impart that wisdom that you just talked about. Well, there are a lot of things that, you know, that I kind of see along the ways and I always remind parents, you know, somebody's parents, you know, they're, they're not pushing about it, but they're kind of like you'll win. My son. Curveball refacing other kidding other areas. Starting throw volume ten years old. And I always look in the I say, if you want your kid to peak in the Little League World series, I will t I will teach him curve. All right now, is that what you want to everyone says? No, no, no, no. Okay. Understand because listen when you're teaching kids, too many things too early in this kind of goes with that specialization push him over it, then they're going to burn out. They're going to have arm troubles. And I remind him of this. I didn't even start pitching until I was senior in high school. There's no rush. No need to kill your kid when they're young and to teach them a curve ball and have them snap ASI curve volley against other ten year olds and then their arms towards by the time they're thirteen or fourteen. So there's always time in little league sports are great because any kid can play him. You know there's there's there are teams that are competitive to have try-outs are, and that does happen. But not, you know, I it should never be to the point where it's to the detriment of the kid where you're having a do something that's going to either have he's gonna hate the game when he gets older or he's going to hurt himself trying to trying to get to. Point where he just not capable getting yet. So you know there's a lot of wiggle room in baseball, and you just have to be patient and kids develop at all different ages. You know, kids, get more athletes, all of a sudden, when they are thirteen fourteen, and all of a sudden, the kid picks up a baseball star trying to pitch seventy just there's a lot of baseball got way more riddle wiggle room than the pure, physical sports football and basketball. Relatives. Joining us on the show, major league baseball MLB network inside pitch my buddy. Casey stern with them. Love Casey stern. Obviously, I'm a big fan of what you tell me. Here Brad Brad, obviously, you guys are probably talked about it a lot. I, I got to hear from you. Your thoughts. Nets foul pole to foul pole too much a little bit further down. Where do you stand? For me. I think if you're bringing a almost wonder if a kid under, you know, three years old should be four years old should be allowed to sit in, you know, within like fifteen rows of the field. And if you're gonna if we're going to continue to do that. 'cause I was watching a Phillies game. We're talking about this day on air. I was watching a Phillies game this happened right after that incident. Unfortunate incident to the poor kid in Houston. There was a, a line drive hidden in Philadelphia. This Storrow ten eleven year old kid just reached out and snagged. And it was really cool play the sitting right? Behind was, you know with, with her little, baby. She was holding right in her arms ineffective didn't catch that ball. We may have had another incident, right there. So we probably do have to do that, just because here's the most important thing with baseball is we attendance is down in MLB again this year third consecutive yourself. One point four percent. The last thing we want is for parents to think that they can't bring their kids to a game because they're, they're worried about them getting hit with the ball or did they can't do it on closer to the field. And, and you know, see see the action right there, because they're worried about the safety of their kid. We just don't want that. We, we don't want to have a reason for people not to go to the game. So I think as much as I hate to say it as much as I think it, does it does kind of take away from the visual, the game a little bit. I think we are going to have to throw those nets down to the foul. Poles. Relatives. Joining us on the show who's going to go to the World Series. I know that's a throwaway question. But I'm running short a time. So I got to get that through get that thought from you before I let you go. It's there, I think it's going to be I, I really think it's going to be the Astros, and the dodgers up until the cups got Kimbrell. And now I'm gonna stick to my guns. I was calling an Astros coast with this off. He's gonna go right back to the dodgers apologised to the dodgers and even to the twins who look like they could do a lot of good stuff. I'm going to say say the Astros. And with all due respect to the Red Sox Yankees Astros and cubs. Two hundred twenty five saves during his career one of the finest to do it. Brad lidge with us on the show. Brad, we thank you very much for the time all the best team. I friend hope to talk to you again soon. Awesome. Absolutely take care you too. Brad lidge with us on the show on Twitter at sliders, and saves fifty four eight five five two one two four CBS four. Andy gresh, coming up next you finish it off. With what Brad lidge told me and. I one of these days, I'm gonna have to get into it a little deeper because we're running out of time now. I'm starting to experience the little league saying the T-ball thing it's a lot of fun. I know that we always say parents could ruin it. It's gonna be a summer thing. And I know I just railed against one of the worst summer topics out there. The Pete Rose hall of fame thing. But it's got to be one of the things that we bring up where illusion they're starting a they're starting a possibly law, where you can face jail time for getting thrown out of the baseball game getting thrown out of out of a vent for yelling at a ref there's possibly finds that can be levied there. We're seeing a dearth referees. You don't want to deal with that. I can give you horror stories when I was in umpired when I did baseball. There's got to be a conversation at some point because I know that parents were in this very strong competency competitive world. We're now. Everything mattered a bachelor degree, everything mad at about being the very best titan of industry at the very top of that. And I think all of it does come from pressure of am I doing what's best for my kid doing my absolute best, no matter what. And most of that, I think does have a social media influence I do things because we're a little bit more connected. We've ever been more on that coming up at a later day got to play some of those comments from Bradley's big. Thanks guys to New York fresh up next. I'm sure we'll be talking about the final Shirley talking about over time and all that other stuff. And hopefully rest. Thank you for listening. I'm Ken Carman have a wonderful..

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"lidge" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"lidge" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"But we and tell now had. And seen the Justice arm across this next line. And the next line is not just against whistleblowers leakers, but against publishers, and that's the line that they've now cross, but I think given everything that led up to this, the statements that President Trump and then attorney general sessions, gave to the media last year and the year before about leak investigations include lidge to both the media, and in some cases, even authorized disclosures, nearly as many criminal referrals involving unauthorized disclosures of classified information as we received in the previous three years, combined the attorney general said to the press that the Justice department had twenty-seven ongoing leak investigations which is nine times as many as the Obama administration had going when Jim commes memo's got leaked to the press. Commes memo's described meeting in which Komi himself suggested that the government should jail more leakers and President Trump's. Why stop leakers? We need a reporter in, in prison as well. Then they'll learn I think it's, you know, perfectly plausible that the point of this indictment was not to ensure that Julian Assange, what answer for whatever crimes the government thinks he should answer. For the purpose of the indictment was to chill investigative journalism that challenges the government's authority to decide what information the public should have about controversial national security policies. Let's also remember that very senior US officials and prominent political figures have suggested assassinating Julian Assange, sending a drone go and get him. I'm yeah. You know what one thing about Julian Assange, he does have a pretty interesting brings up people. But he, he also has an interesting track record of being right about the actions of the state and doesn't he doesn't some respects. But, you know you asked me earlier what distinguishes assigned. So the other and I made one point, which is this. This agreement that Assange entered into Chelsea Manning. There is something else that the government points to the diamond, which is a Sanju decision to publish the names of human sources. Right. Indiscriminately, and, you know, I actually think that that decision was reckless and unethical his decision to publish those names, it doesn't trouble me that Assange is criticized for his decision to do those things. And there might even be scenarios in which I could imagine some form of legal accountability for the decision to publish those names, indiscriminately Assange would take issue with with your characterization of this, and as indiscriminate. Okay. So just stipulate that indiscriminate with the asterisk. Okay. That maybe I'm wrong about that. But if it was indiscriminate, right. I still think that the dangers of allowing the government to file espionage act charges against any publisher who makes that kind of mistake. Even recklessly right, far outweigh the dangers of allowing publishers to make those decisions for themselves. But that's just my sort of response to your, I think entirely fair point that Assange has been right about many things ES. Absolutely..

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"lidge" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"lidge" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"So I don't think that they would actually kill her offscreen. I think he was just collecting masts or whatever, but you cross crossbows to you. Cabanera look like cross balls on calling it. Yeah. Kinda sorta against you Crossman. I was I was that as scimitar now this. I don't know. I don't know. I mean, I get it. I I'm more. They was going to say they left it open with the hunters Maria thinks that they don't come back. You can assume they're dead, but they can easily bring them back and recorded the as with him. I love card after I love. Israel. It's just like, Michael. You wasted. My who ever sit on that like her shame. You do though naked locker them at thrown chain that you get for voice him. And I love the legal footage from like, you know, like the first season like older Queen is no hero that he's just like while that quote in age. Well. Yeah. I really that was matter thing. Love Eero, buddy way. You know, I'm glad that they took this week. It was fun. I really didn't care for black siren as the DA like of. She said this is like. Even managed to squeeze out Grank gusting. Yeah, it's like. I saw I know I saw the credits. I was like, look, I'm like, I wonder if even vary Allen or. Yeah. Exactly. But it's. It was funny because the lady that was doing in his name for Mark pedal hits the head of the that was Q. We got David reference lidge. He is the guy that has pretty much directed. Every pilot episode of like a superhero show VC world since smallville are figures, probably one or two. Over my head. Yeah. His he did supernatural to I'm a couple of other ones. And we and we got the Kelsey grammer on their Asian like the first couple minutes, Kelsey grammer. As hasn't celebrate with TV. I don't think he never mentioned his name or anything, but you could tell. Yeah. Yeah. To say I'm trying I was trying to go in the credits. And I was just I just. Yeah. I think there was just Kelsey grammer being a narrator. No. Net. Not a G Gordon Jeffrey, I really feel Israel next season. I'm calling in. And the whole thing with. Let me go out of this can also the flash forwards out of this. I feel like ruining the flush words like the end, right? That whole blacks are thing is just making you insane. Obviously know that that's a last sees kit. Right. Like now in they're probably gonna rebuild aero cave. They never got around to it. Wow. I mean, again, that's how many years in the future. He had trashed again. You never know. I mean Bill inside Sar lands. Everybody has a key. Everybody gets a term like a doorknob. I know will speak him. Hey, I'm but what about Felicity in the substance? I think William has every right to be upset. I don't like the kid. I'm just say I agree with him. And they didn't know he was expelled. Terrible terrible wants to you think that whole thing was like heat will he has he gone with the with the Trojan whatever on his tablet didn't want her to see who he was talking to in the whole thing with the expulsion. You think that's going to be? This is his big thing. Coming out of the closet. Whatever. Was talking to Zoe or whatever is the you have a crash. He's not exactly dislike we're doing something in a flash word earlier in the season, the ROY. Yeah. Yeah. So. I guess it's kids out there that need to see that number bed. Neil. That's there for them. Well, look, I started to seems like, you know, they're going to do that with him. And then they kind of. Fluid Philip deal with it. Sexually fluid prediction most thinking about this last night to they hit around at that with Nora for one episode, then it kinda dropped it. They kind of dropped it. Time for love h is buried season warn. Okay. Yeah. She's she's trying to hook other people up to get him on her business. The we'll get their colony, HUD..

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"lidge" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"lidge" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"And stress free and your officiant and your quick, you don't you know, what I mean when I hate when they can do I have friends that want to just like come over. And they're like kidding, Kristen do this all the time. Oh, you want to clean out your closet? I'll come help you. And I'm like, no bitch. Because every time you say that you come over you start we like just start drilling. And then we just like we drink to we start gossiping and like watching show and literally sit down and never do anything. But you are fishing like you actually manage to like we managed to work you manage to work with people. I think it's because I act- I really like to do it. I think a lot of people find cleaning out their their houses kind of a daunting task it is. But once you get started. And once you finish it is such a wonderful feeling because you're so much lighter, and you can think, and I think it actually like sparks on creativity to 'cause you're while you're doing it. You're like, oh, I can do this. I, you know, it just really I think it's a very healthy thing to do. And that's why I love it so much and why I give up summer camp for it. And yeah, I encourage everyone to do it. And I really would like to start a business. Two. However, do that. Well, I need you to help me. There's one be standing in my way, Rekondo she's such a whore. I love her and she's such an inspiration. But shy. You know, what is so crazy? But and I think I told you this. But so after had spent all this time like an Alex literally legitim- will be on the phone. I say legitimately and literally so much, and I'm really self conscious about it nowadays. Just started breathing. Those lidge abbreviation abbreviating, and literally, but Alex would be on the computer organizing are buying things from the container store, and then go pick them up like she knew exactly what to do and how to organize everything in my apartment. So like everything has a little container. Even like, there's like three beads that I might like us for like an arts and craft at some point, and it has a frigging napped container. Like, there's an container for anything. So you're just so good at all of that. And after you left, and I looked in my closet. I looked at my sure oh my God. This this really does as because I'm a type of person that I'm attached to things like, and I and I just want to like, and I'm also lazy so ad. Like being lazy and wanting to just like throw things in a cabinet shut the door. And then like just let it all fall out like when you open up that cabinet with like being attached to things like I remember this pencil a used it that one time that like I got my period, and it really sucked. But then like I had a good day the rest of the day. So then I can't let this pencil go. That's how I am. But you were able to help me get rid of. Why says to my shit we put we'll put this in the throwaway pile. And if in thirty minutes, you're thinking about it, and you miss it. We'll take it out. That's good that. So you need to actually I want you to come up with a little plan right now bef-, or let's I'll give you a so it'll give you some time to think a little plan because I we wanna talk shit. I wanna talk shit. I'm Marie condo. Someone's. I it's just like, I know I love her so much ending so studying inspiration. I just wish you would stop telling people how to do. What you're trying to do. Yeah. People how to do it themselves. We're trying to make a business here that is. So it's like when like robot, but he's going to need me. Yeah. It's like when robots like started working in hotels and restaurants, or like touch screen things like, yeah. In places where you yes. Lays, you're right. But what I thought was so crazy is that after you'd left my apartment the next day. I went on Netflix. And I saw that show tidying up with Murray condo. And it was like, I'm such an like this mood because of Alex..

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"lidge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"lidge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Game four two thousand nine World Series, lidge kiss up the double to to a ride and then was covering third base. It's amazing. That era baseball the oh eight oh nine ten team much less much less shifting right? That was part of baseball the way it is now in the Phillies, obviously last year, not only shifted a lot. They didn't have as much success. So we took daily phone calls here about gave Kappler and the shift, and whatever the heck the Phillies, we're doing. It is though that moment there was a moment that happens often. Now, it just happens often, we're the infielders applying all over the place because of a shift, and then a runner could take an extra base because no one is where they would usually be because of where they're shifted that in that era baseball that was rare. And there was nobody on third base and Johnny Damon just took the back eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four Mark in summer today. Mark. Good. What's up tonight? All right. So first things first I want to agree with you on a couple of things I agree with you that the eagles season the molded appointment for me. But I am also with you on the Harper. I would like to sign offer now and keep my eye open for trail. I do believe that these reports that are coming out are definitely whispers that they're hearing from, you know, real true inside people. I don't think the only way Trump doesn't every agency is the angels say here's ten years half a billion dollars. I mean, and you'd be a fool. Of course. And Mark I've been thinking about this because people keep saying that, you know, they'll never let him leave. Well, if I'm him, and I've watched my aunt a third of my career. Maybe maybe even a little bit more than that. Now because he's been the league since two thousand and twelve he came up and now it's about to be twenty nine thousand nine. So let's say a third of his career has gone by he's never wanna playoff game. And they don't look like they're close to going back. I don't know why he'd be incentivized to actually sign an extension like he might go to free agency. And they'll give him that money. They'll stay there because he likes it. But it doesn't make any sense for him to to give them his rights now like he should wait to see if there are any good the next two years. And plus I think he just loves the east coast. I mean, he's home now and jersey a runs back your every second he possibly can. I just take for any kid that grew up as a fan of your home team a chance to play for them. I think is heading shoulders above, you know. Anything anyone could really dream? Then he has not only the chance to do it. But the chance to be probably the richest athlete. You know contract. Probably never. I mean. I it's it's exciting. I can't wait. What are your finger on something real quick? Yeah. Go. Dry out of the Harper Machado signing. Do you think the owners have kind of gotten together, you know, behind doors and said, listen forces Jeff killing us every year with this dragging it out, you know, it's alternative drag it out on them. I do I do I think that this is going to eventually, unfortunately marketing, it's gonna lead to a work stoppage at some point because I saw this last night. It's amazing. So in two thousand and one I guess it was when Alex Rodriguez signed that his first crazy deal was like two hundred and fifty two million dollars. If you kind of throw rate that now to what the revenues are now like the idea would be like players should be making well over four five hundred six hundred million dollars based on the revenues how they've jumped in the last eighteen twenty years, and yet they're not really making that much more than they made fifteen years ago. It's like, I think the owners are squeezing the players and at some point the players have to fire back because it's it's amazing. Not only Harper Machado. But there's one hundred and fifty unsigned free agents and spring training starts in a in a month. It's crazy baseball free agency. So frustrating. It's you're so excited like all year. They come and nothing happens. It's not it's frustrating. As long as they get good while I'll be okay with it. But it is frustrating. Mark three question Thursday. But go for all right here, we go. I give you three clues about a heartbreaking Philadelphia sports game. And you tell me which ones are number one. They jumped the Phillies jumped out to a to nothing lead. Clue number two one year e bay it a home run off a Ryan Madson to put the Phillies down late in the game and clue number three. Ryan Howard struck out looking to end.

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"lidge" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"lidge" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"The projection booth, Mike put so much work into if you listen to my show, I put no work into it. Enjoy the rest of the show, you lucky son of a gun. So I know that trouble in paradise was based on a plane. You said that a lot of beaches works were was to be you're not to be also based on a play and don't say hamlet place trip, and they're putting on hamlet and they also put on a play called Gestapo which is a fictional play. The doesn't exist, but they're rehearsing at the beginning. And then in real life that kind of act out a play about the Kazakh or sense. But it was based on a story idea by milk yard Lingle who is a Hungarian Jewish writer who contributed stories for five lidge films. It was not a place. It's an idea that he had he also contributed the story of the notch. Go, and he was paid for just three lines of treatment of Russian commissar comes to Paris woman. Who's very stretching. She has a disdain for capitalism in which he comes to Paris. She falls in love with capitalism and luxury and that was the story and they. Expanded that into film, but it was the whole story. And he wrote the play that angel was based on which is a terrific Levin show, and he wrote a play called desire INA, which was the successful plan. The twenties that was absent by for forbidden paradise one of his best silent films. And then that was remade by Lubitsch as the Royal scandal limited produce that at that point. He had had a couple of heart attacks in his doctors were forbidding to direct. So he kind of was sitting on the set, but it was directed by outta premise or not a very good film. So Langdale as credits for originating five Louisville's than as I've been telling my students. Don't forget who this guy is he's you know, 'cause the idea so important it's like I once asked Billy wilder on the screenplay credits of Sunset Boulevard. It says Charles bracket Billy wilder DM Marsh Mun junior, and I said who is Jim Marsh Mun junior. It's only film credit and said, oh, we. Were thinking of making a movie about a, you know silent movie star, and this guy came along who's writing for life magazine. And he said why not have silent movie star fall in love with the young screenwriter? And he becomes her kept man in this. She wants killing him. He said, that's all I contributed. Well, that's the whole story. This is awesome. Somebody like that. At Hollywood who comes up with the story wilder once said that the crucial moment in filmmaking is the first seven seconds. He said when you got the idea because it's either good or bad it. He says he felt it was shaded from the beginning, the whole film, the whole long process of making film is gonna work or it's not gonna work based on the DEA. You know, if it is no matter what you do is just not gonna work. So the person who has that idea deserves a lot of credit, but it can be done badly. You know, you could give the same pitch for Natura go to different people. And actually, they had various writers working on a couple of different directors. We're going to do it. And they all would have done different things with it. The little bits and has and collaborators were the ones who brought it to perfection. So they deserve tremendous credit as well. So you can take your good idea mess it up. No matter how hard you try to mess up a good idea. Something remains from it. So I bet other verb. Versions of the notch might have been pretty good. But not not maybe not great. Can you? Tell me a little bit about the other person that's credit as screenwriter on that at Edwin Justice mayor. He was the right around to be or not to be. He gets sole writing credit for screenplay. And then by go story credit may are real. He was one of the writers done desire which Lubich production. Advert film, nineteen thirty six. He was a playwright and he was European as well..

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"lidge" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on Science for the People

"It's decided that once you have developed an expertise in one area and you, you kinda feel the very knowledgeable that kind of creates this really closed minded at chewed and not can kind of see into of domains as well. So you start to think, you know best about every. Anything, and you rely more on your kind of intuitive responses, intuitive ideas, rather than listening to kind of of evidence. And to me that seems like an example of mythology because it's almost like you'll so sure if you're failings that then you're not really listening to to kind of what the upper exponentially saying. So what about the people who aren't necessarily experts or not necessarily considered to be highly intelligent? Why would those kind of people reject facts? Will they lots of reasons why not could be? I mean, one is the idea of coq native might steeliness so this can actually afflict people have any level of intelligence. I'm so effect someone with a low IQ or high q. low knowledgeable, Ohinouye lidge. And this is just now did that. We tend to prefer things that just make lot of fluid at make a lot of kind of intuitive sense, but we don't really want to think about the kind of reasons. Why that might be or to explore the kind of counter arguments. Because if we have to think too much about something, we kind kinda fill offense too difficult maybe with just a bit lazy or it could just be this idea. But if you have to think a lot, then something has to be wrong. We do have a bias where we prefer. I mean, it's sounds crazy, but we really do have this kind of well known biased. We prefer prefer facts and statements that are fluent cognitively flu, easy to process, and we distrust things that take too much folks because we, we really feel that in itself is somehow a sign that something must be wrong. And so I think that can explain why people of all levels of intelligent, sometimes reject fence, the don't immediately fit the world view because it takes too much Fink in distrustful of something that takes too much thinking what really is an issue because how can you ever learn anything new if you're afraid to think too much than anything right? Unless I mean, that's the kind of of a side of the coin. So I am with in my book. I haven't just looked at kind of why people make these stupid mistakes by all, say, look at the comparison light. Some people do seem to form a more rational worldview, and they do seem to be more open to new ideas and. One of those traits conversely, protect you from all these mistakes is curiosity. So intellectual curiosity, and you don't have to have a high q. to be very curious. But the evidence shows that what type your acute you'll curiosity can really predict how likely you out to form original opinion of site climate change of fracking. Oh, tonight, the legalization of drugs, and it's because if you're curious, you're not threatened by something that needs more Fulton mall research..

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"lidge" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on Starting9

"And now here he is in the box said that, right. My dad actually dreamed I was sleeping when he hits a home run against. Yeah, so they're part might attack screamed for me to run down and watch the rest of the game after that home run. So, yeah, you know, he was on my wall, but I'd say that's a guy one of the guys that you know if I San to like, yeah, that's gonna be the no-one moments. Bring some through. Yeah, probably little setback in regret myself, but that that'd be pretty cool. Mom because you know he's in a record-breaking category right now and you know everybody puts out is right. So that's even funny too. But yeah, this is a career working full d trying to get it rhetoric. Yeah, just this all the all the things he's done into Dale to watch his whole career into, you know, to see the end of it, like it is now is pretty cool that homerun off a Brad lidge in two thousand five. Favorite home run? That's my favorite. That's my whole run of all time. Remember they look like the Astros dugout Andy, just like holy shit. I had a couple of guys, you know, when I was in the bullpen in fourteen a couple of guys, were there during that moment that you said you could hear a pin drop in the stadium and that place gets pretty loud too. It's probably tell, but for him to do that, that kind of sage that's pretty cool moment to say, see, I mean, like you were originally with the Astros your first major league season was with the Houston Astros traded away the following season. Did you feel anything at all when they won the World Series or you just, you know your full Braves mode right now? I mean, you know, there's a little some there. You know, he came up through the system and you know, you got to know the toasters front office and I got to know little bit of the front office before I left north, there's always time friendship. But yeah, I mean, he just, you know, put that Jaffe behind you, you trade it and you're all right now, but you know happy before the guys who wanted, you know that you know they went through a rebuilding sage, like we are right now to see great things happening in from no my time over there and somewhat over here to see the same thing. So let's stressing stuff nearby years yourself in the process. And it's that's pretty cool. But yeah, no things happen and you know, good for them. You know that a lot of hard work so is pass up..

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Game of Thrones' Kit Harington and Rose Leslie Are Married

24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Game of Thrones' Kit Harington and Rose Leslie Are Married

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"lidge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"I gotta be honest i'm not too sure out of the three that are that are out there that we can go after i don't know if i really want from iran i know that sounds crazy but like from the say they win the titles it's all going to be you know the bron brings the title braun this lebron that you know i think the sixers deserve more respect than that you know i think it's going to injure you know the rising joel and then and they're just gonna and let's take the last to me not the last two to to prior to the previous to the the phillies in eighty and the sixers and eighty three now did moses coming here in eightythree massa sixers upper helped them win did pete rose coming in the phillies and seventy nine helped the phillies win in eighty or help them win i mean mess him up you know what i mean like it's like come on i mean hell brad lidge came in from the outside i know brad lidge isn't lebron but it's it's it's what it is i mean this is even alshon jeffery healthy eagles won the super bowl last year again not lebron look to me you have a window here during lebron's career if you can get him stacked with the two main guys you got three or four years with lebron is still do his thing and then as lebron fades away then joel and then you know gain prominence and and hopefully be the wants to lead the sixers together with the title without lebron five six seven years now i i see no issues with that none zero you think he's going to sign a three four year deal or do you think he's going to try to sign a one year now how do we know that's that's all about what's in his mind and heart we don't know the answer to that jordan gives us a star that loss relevance i'm one the one that i keep thinking of the thing i know they went all the did fashion but other than that they disappear.

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"lidge" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Attention away from rogue lidge and cross whic he's on my list but but really a peripheral figure i would say well luke fourteen more of this list and the days and list leading maybe maybe i'll draw yeah maybe post it all finish coloring in post it on social media wonderful martin figuring your list well he's on the having had a bit of a shocker opening four or five months of the season and then fourth place in a stage win the token daniel he we didn't really talk about him in the first part but he i thought he looked good and increasingly good as as the race went on and he he raced in a trademark dan martin style didn't he he's back on on full meese found these these rediscovered his mojer taught quite sort of poignantly really on the day he stay to in canadian the press radio press conference right told about how he lost his enjoyment in in racing in the early part of this year i think he went to you a there was talk of a big big salary he was while he is receiving there and my pressure with he's never really been a guy around him it's a team has been constructed before i think his position in you as the closest tonight in his career there was there was a fabric pressure and affected the way he approached the the first part of the season many went back and sort of regroups in the spring came up with a different attitude on them yeah it was it was typical multi performance a lot of attacks in the last four or five kilometers of stages he's still someone who is going to suffer in the sunday and the team time trial on the individual time trial on the penultimate day knee will lose time and so much time was suggest it might take him out of contention for the win even has a great a great rice generally but i think he certainly good back for stage win another question mulcahy's whether fob jato always going to go for the usa team 'cause he wrote a really really poor jiro and he's been off having tests to see these food intolerance food allergy he might yet be slotted into the torch team which might not be great news for martin no i think things well things looked up he's got a mountain analogy at the moment fabio he looks like he's got the he he's every time the race pair watson in jira look very i mean he never looks an elegant rider is he looked really really allow power as soon as the race got tough which iraq has declared himself fit and ready for the the tour i should've mentioned when we heard island dose earlier celebrated jiro who has said his hand up for the fronts they've confirmed their team yet ca to show opposite but they're one of those teams are going with two emissions to support is that carini alert saccharine and marcel kissel but lost the the couple of couple weeks of weeks we should wrap please we shouldn't we that whole host of writers we haven't even mentioned bill chart lists yeah leave us leave ourselves some talk about next week if we are on this right all we'll have left to talk about the week before the tour is whether ill news accurate can win as no oh daniel thank you very much out speech speech to next week we'll take thank you thank you richard

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"lidge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"The guy that that gets the most outs most efficiently whether that be in the seventh inning eighth inning the ninth inning if you match up if you're able to match up raising lefties although it's tough to phillies because they only have the one lefty you know although he says that he can he can you know put certain rights into the gate lefties i i like particular closer i like the guy that says you know if we get in this situation this guy but the phillies for whatever reason they don't think that they have that guy they don't want to sign the quote unquote closer role to anybody in particular so right now they're just gonna go with closer by committee but i think if there's a high level situation you gotta go with your best guy well then i'm gonna tell you some they have the guy and i think you know it to samantha need dominguez is one of the best arms i've seen in the phillies bullpen since brad lidge that's how much i think that kid but he's in all these different roles he's pitching over forty pitches in one appearance i don't think they use it personally i would time with the product the problem is is the fact that you have the young kid who needs to get any under his belt he needs to get any senators belt at the big league level and you know how many is he gonna get especially with the struck me lineup that's not producing a whole lot of runs right now so how many save opportunities is he gonna have so you're looking at from that aspect you know well is he going to get that experience being in the closers call on this particular team you don't know but i loved the kid i think he's special i think he's gifted it's free and easy out of his hand and you know he's he's ninety seven to one hundred was wiped out slider what else could you ask for he doesn't have that close type stuff it's fun to watch him but he's phenomenal let me get to the infield because i'm also perplexed by some decision making there i was under the impression.

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"lidge" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"And i appreciate the time brad lidge obama be networks radios inside pige former bigler former closer brad this is great man i'd love to have you on any time you're available the way the brad put the thing about for me shohei otani that remained so remarkable is that we've never as as brad you said brad lidge said we've never done this math before we've never taken the value of a guy who pitches like an ace and the value of a guy who keeps it in bombs like otani did last night and try to add them up and make some sense of what that equals as it relates to a modern baseball player compared to other modern baseball players because no one's ever done this and we say babe ruth but really like babe ruth and maybe otani oh go the same way babe ruth became a hitter he could pitch but he became something else over the course of his career and we remember and we define him as something else entirely shohei ohtani man amazing to watch and even more riveting because it's so new and so rare it is the most i've said this and i'm sticking to it it is the most important thing that has happened to baseball in a generation if he is able to keep it going and every person and their brothers said he wouldn't be able to do it for a couple of weeks so why not why not were gonna talk about dream on green's mother that's what we're gonna do draymond mom getting edgy toward kevin durant and the thing that's most important she's right durant's wrong coming up next year on the new.

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"lidge" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"By dink lidge store breaker might even be able to summon the by frost it did and that's what brought rocket groups and four we get another big laugh line i am groups i am steve rogers again that's the kind of humor i like because isn't someone trying to be funny it's poor jimmy win steve doesn't get the joke that's what's wonderful about him is that he's not trying to be sarcastic you know what i really missed though when thorshavn up i really really wanted to play the song really wanted some there that moment would have been so bad sylvestry score this is decent he did the first ventures so he does a lot of callback to that avengers theme but here in the fight when thorpe shows up i felt the score was lacking and that zeppelin would have been so much better bright but all of this is in service of the final big moment of will you kill the one two save them we've seen that play out in various ways doctor strange and stark and more and thanos well here's the big one teased it all movie it's for scarlet which to put her lover out of his misery and famous has arrived he's got five of the stones what's she going to do we'll she flake i soon that's what she's going to do no she does the heart choice she did what peter quilted she pulls the trigger it just doesn't work because he's that power does work.

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"lidge" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yeah and i don't know i mean i have an old school could things and there's one thing that i actually light as to what's transpiring in baseball specifically this year with everybody going to the bullpen earlier than they ever did before what i never understood and i do shows and a satellite world and i've done shows with mike stanton and can't keep picture nelson yankee pitcher brad lidge exclusive for the phillies and the like and they all tell me the same thing relievers love to know their roles they wanna know what they roll is they wanna know exactly when because it gives them a mental edge can something like that and i say the same thing to all of them here's your job if i'm a manager here's your job when i give you the ball get out and continue to get out until i tell you gimme the ball back again and i'm gonna give it somebody else don't know what the don't look up into school board mental edge to knowing you're coming in the beginning those guys all three of those guys who have done shelves within past year so the same exact thing it just makes their job easier if they know what their role is added time i liked the fact that there's some managers now they're using different guys in different roles and changing roles and are just managing with here's the guy i think you should try and get out here the guys i think you should try and get out i don't care it to fifteen or the sakes thinning seventhinning or the eighth inning pretty much teams ignore mickey callaway kinda hinted that you know we might not have a designated closer and then familiar of course became the designated closer and he's been getting all the closing spot which i do agree with that i will agree with that ninth inning is a different animal because you got no safety net there there's no the team can come back specifically if you're on the road no coming back afterward that if you blow the game you blow the game and you have to have a certain personality to do that in a mindset to do so something like that yeah how many us tuition here i'm.

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"lidge" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"lidge" Discussed on WTMA

"Let's say checked up swing took it outside one and two down to the native of valencia venezuela molina had first lopez at the plate ryan lidge the catcher waiting in the wings on deck for charleston one nothing in the second the pitch in their called strike three put something off speed low and inside corner a great pitch for cabrera catches lopez looking at two men away following leadoff walk and now it's the affirmation catcher the former notre dame man and former gold domer ryan lidge this is just the second game of the season for the switch hitting backstop one for three on the wednesday home stanford alley files one of the screen it is i look at this greensboro ballpark and it turned to throw the nearly picked off the runner molina most skipped away from mica brownie even had he clung onto that i don't think they quite would have had them in time lena's already taken off on a first pitch once in this shinning but it was fouled away i believe that was during the blazer at band you'll one delage pops this went up foul over the left side grandstands.

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