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"lindsay adler" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
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"lindsay adler" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Tone it was the knowing cold full of the contempt of the calculator feels for those who don't play the odds it was the voice of the Inky Fan. The Yankees have won the American League pennant twenty times in the last thirty years, they have been the world's. Champion Sixteen Times in that period over the years, many of their followers have come to watch them with the solidity, the smugness and the arrogance of the holders of large blocks of blue chip stocks. These fans expect no less than perfection Cooley except the late inning rally the winning homer as only there do are up to take defeat with us and they their stars they were executives hired to protect. Their interests during a slump, we're losing streak these capitalist or quicken shrill with their complaints they ought to do damn well better than this considering what they are being paid. Suddenly, the mets fans made sense to me what we were witnessing precisely. The opposite of the kind of rooting that goes on across the river. This was the losing chair gallant yell for good try antimatter to the sounds of. Yankee Stadium this was the new recognition that perfection is admirable but a trifle human and that a stumbling kind of semi success can be much more warming. Most of all. Perhaps these excellent yells for the mets Roseau yells for ourselves and came from a rise self have understood recognition that there is more than Yankee in every one of us I knew for whom the foghorn blue it blue for me. And I don't know and twenty twenty that feels particularly apt but the sweat I mean like the description of that, as you said, Ben took an interesting turn to compare it to members of a board capitalists who are. Trying to eke out value from the Yankees in the human side of mets fans were were a bunch of trump's to sue. They are are jumps. I don't know it's just a very warming is a is a word he used in different contexts, but that's kind of the character takes for me. I remember that section because I read the summer game in late twenty. Sixteen and I was writing a piece for ESPN, the magazine, and because of the this experience I, have the exact opposite experience that Ben has where he just picks up. Roger Angell to get the blood flowing I can't really read Roger Angell in less I'm like on vacation because I just want to copy down every paragraph and then insert it somehow into whatever article I'm working on. Any page has a sentence that applies to the. Article, you're working on and at the time I I, think I actually wrote down a bunch of that section because this was about the difference between the experience of being happy for a team that is winning versus a team that is losing and I ended up submitting a first draft of that article that had like twelve Roger. Way Too many Roger Angels, votes, and they. Had to do a very different second draft because they were like well, we don't actually want a with twelve Roger Angell close and so I think I ended up getting one in which was about the nineteen, sixty, two giants winning the world series. He wrote if they had one, they didn't win. He said if they had won, it will cause San Franciscans to discover for themselves. The gloomy truth total triumph is unsettling for introverts can taste in it the thrilling debilitating and ultimate leave fatal virus of future defeat. So. Yeah I mean yeah he is too good to read basic. Yes. I. wrote a piece for the ringer about catchers and some under appreciated aspects of catching a few years ago and so I used in the fire as a framing device sort of an inserted a few quotes here and there but you have to be careful about quoting angel pill. Make you look that? He. It will make it very clear that you are not. Really. If you are quoting to literally too liberally. So you have to use him in moderation. So I think I've caught myself wandering a few times this season what he has made of all of this, the strange pandemic baseball and the pandemic in general because it's rare that you can say that there's something happening in baseball that Roger Angell hasn't seen but I think we can say that the summer and so I am very curious about his observations and I. Hope that we will one day get to hear or read them. But I think most writers may be have inferiority complex scissor or feel some imposter syndrome and maybe sports raiders especially just because some people tend to look down on sport says A frivolous pursuits and the people who cover it as ink-stained wretches more so than literary artists but I think that's one of the reasons why we all look up to angel. He really kind of classes up the joint because Roger Angell wrote about baseball. So it's sort of justifies our choices as well. So we're so happy to have had him off this time and to have him now and like Angel I guess we will get out of the way and what other people talk I put out a call to a bunch of baseball writers over the past couple of weeks and solicited little tributes whatever they wanted to say what influence he's had on them a personal interaction, favourite piece of theirs and. Many. Of them had something to say so I will play this collection of clips in alphabetical order from Lindsay Adler to holly went I've also gotten this episode transcribed so that these testimonials will be more accessible check out our show page for a link to the transcript and Roger from the three of us and from the thirty plus people you're about to hear thank you for everything and happy birthday. Brat. This is the. Yankees beat writer for the athletic..
Out of Chicago IN-DEPTH!
"Able to the back to another episode of this week in photo. I. Am your host Frederik van Johnson today. I'm sitting down with my friend and fellow Chicagoan Mr Chris Smith Chris and I. Talk about the latest out of Chicago Conference and how that win is pivot virtual all that stuff, and then how how he's planning to move forward in the future amidst this whole sort of sea change in the conference space. Chris. Math. Welcome to the show man how you doing. I'm great. Thank you Frederick great to be here. Thank you very much. Is Good to have you on man I'm excited to chat with you for a lot of reasons, some of which will become clear during this conversation but Yeah, that's a cliffhanger. So. Say to chat with you so. For the folks that may not have heard of out of Chicago the conference, what is out of Chicago give us the quick. Elevator Pitch Origin Story of that conference. Sure. So out of Chicago originally was my blog like I think has been like eleven or twelve years now but eventually, we started doing conferences in Chicago. This would have been the seventh annual get together conference downtown Chicago where was this eighth year I don't know but but that was what we did for a long time and then. You know we've. Seen over the years that coming in person all the way to Chicago because people would come from around the country around the world to it that we found that it's better to go. To the destinations where people want to shoot. So we've started now our conferences are around the country we're going to MOAB and Acadia National Park this year and Death Valley next year. So all sorts of different places and really have gotten a little bit away from doing the downtown out of Chicago Conference. But this year we did it online instead and it was fabulous and basically the response we got from everybody was don't go back to how you did it before this is awesome that we can do it. In our pajamas from home, and then you know just just get to see all the general things because because originally the conference was kind of all different. Genres I mean you've been an instructor in the past and we would have portrait people Lindsay Adler, we would have people you know doing landscape we had kind of everything lots of street photography, and now instead it's like, okay, we're GonNa go to the botanic. Garden. And we're just GONNA do flower and garden photography or we're going to like I said, Acadia National Park and when we're doing. Landscapes in creative nature photography. So so that's kind of how we've changed. But yeah, everything's totally different for everyone now right. So yeah. So everything's really changed the last couple of months. Yeah, and it's sort of it's a I. think that change was coming anyway you and I've had offline conversations sort about the state of the of the photo conference in Education Online Education Industry and how that's converging and The old school conferences are the attendance was going to getting lower and lower, and now after this latest adventure with co vid Can't conferences are getting getting canceled and moving online much like yours did yours was able to pivot a lot easier than some of those bigger conferences in my from my external opinion. And you correct me if I'm wrong largely because you'd already built sort of this next generation conference that wasn't, Hey, come check out these massive array of boats that that people spend gazillions of dollars on. Downstairs go to the education. You're kind of flip that on its head. Can you talk about that a little bit sure. So I mean when we decided to run our first photography conference, we were running it and I had never been to a photography conference before I'm like, I don't know what would you do it a photography conference well, you'd go out and shoot. You'd get to hang out. With the you know all these people that you follow online, it's like a really great networking opportunity and yeah, we'll teach them classes too but it was really different especially like a set like eight years ago most places like you come you watch one lecture then stay in watch another lecturer then watch more and go home or whatever, and then go to the trade show or whatever. So What we built was really based around shooting, and so we did a lot of the street photography and the downtown architecture photography in Chicago but. But by switching it that way, it made it a whole lot easier to go virtual. Well, that's kind of ironic because we're doing the shooting but it we didn't have this huge big infrastructure behind. We're just a very small company. I have a few people to help me run it and they're awesome by the way and. Is. A great team that I have and and we were able to it was unbelievable when this all hit and we didn't cancel another conference. We weren't planning on doing this normal out of Chicago conference. We were going to do something that was just architecture. which we weren't able to do of course but. But instead. We said. We've got all these instructors. We had seventy instructors at the thing I said I've got a list of. All these people we could email them immediately, we can ask, Hey, do you WanNa do this while in the best part of it was that they were all stuck at home and so they're like, yeah, I got nothing better to do. So all these years. Yeah. All were like excited about it and I mean it was really it was really meant as something that we wanted to do. But it was also a benefit foot benefit for our instructors who had to cancel all of their workshops I mean, that's I mean that's their livelihood is going around the world teaching, and so we did this instead to help you know cover some of those costs for them that they that they're
"lindsay adler" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"I thought on that would be that each player. You need to develop a relationship with them you know. And that's sometimes with some guys. It could be the first hello percents shake and some guys. It takes years to good. Don't trust you so it just starts with trust being able to connect to that player being able to develop a connection with that player that that player knows that we care and we care for them as a person and not just as a player so it just starts with that and then it. It's also our job to I. WanNa say so. I'm losing my words here but to explain the technology in a way that it makes them feel like you know what I need this stuff. I need to find out what I really need to work. On as opposed to These guys are just using that stuff so that I don't get arbitration which is a typical comment that hard over over the years since some of this stuff started coming out so you know I- responsibility to explain what we're doing with these guys and so between those two things up here up there like that's where this stuff lies is you. They they feel that you care and do you have the tools to figure out what they need so if they got like you care and they they feel confidence. Oh man they got this Guy Gender and they got this thing and yeah I mean they can help me and so the more comfortable with you and then there are a little more forthright all right. Well I'm sorry for your sake that you're not able to do the coaching that. You're used to right now. But the fact that you have time to do interviews worked out well for us and our listeners. So thank you very much Jose. This was really enlightening and best of luck with preparing. Everyone for what will hopefully be season. Some point awesome. Thank you for having gone All right speaking of Rangers players who are trying to stay in shape. Joey Gallo posted a tick Tock of himself taking batting practice in what appears to be his luxury high rise apartment. I'll link to it on the show page. But he has a bucket of balls and a t and then a net that he is hitting into and it just says. I'm sorry neighbors for the sound. I guess but it makes me nervous to watch. I guess it's perfectly safe. I guess there's no way that the ball could not go into the net. It's right in front of the T. But Gallo hits the ball so hard and he has floor-to-ceiling windows and I'm just imagining him drilling one of these baseball's through the net and through a window and out onto the street and hitting someone in the head it's very anxiety inducing but gotta make do with what you have you may also be interested in an article that friend of the show. Lindsay Adler wrote for the athletic about how the Yankees pitchers are training and keeping track of their remote workouts quoting from her article. Here this is about Matt Blake the Yankees New pitching coach and he writes that. Blake conferred with other pitching coaches throughout the league. About how they intended to handle the pitchers in their own organizations normally baseball can be secretive and protective at the major league level. Blake said but I think there's a sense of community among the group right now because we're all in this together and there's really no playbook we can look at this. The Yankees decided to put together a document in Google. Drive and share it with the pitchers asking them to log. What work they had done. Each day is different from the typical dynamic during the season pitchers can function semi autonomously on a program. They've developed their organization or independently and typically check in with the coaching staff periodically with the current situation forcing everyone to make decisions quickly and to accommodate a range of circumstances. Yankees. Coaching staff felt. It would be best to have everyone's programs accessible in one place. They kind of go in and kind of have some level of accountability for themselves to write down. What they're doing and kind of see what the other guys are doing Blake said. We have a thirty day log that Kaiser filling out so we can almost crowd source. What our options are for these guys. As far as what they are capable of doing where they're at warm weather or cold weather whether they have access to a facility or not all right. That will do it for today in for this week. Thank you for listening and thank you for supporting the podcast. If already have and for those of you who have not put would like to you can go to Patriot dot com slash effectively wild and sign up to put some of the amount and help keep the podcast going and get yourself access to some perks as have the polling five listeners and Supporters Ryan Reilly Ben Harmon Matthew. Felling Tim Frederick.
"lindsay adler" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"He certainly wouldn't have taken it. I mean I think he would have been able to get. I don't know three times that much money at least on the on the open market but yet he he's been asked about that in his whole thing is I love being with the twins they were. They helped me reached this level that I'm even talking about getting a huge contract and I'll do it again this year and then I'll hit the open market without the qualifying offer and get paid. Which is what you're supposed to say. Obviously but yeah I mean I think if the previous two off seasons they may just stand out like in the history of baseball as just complete outliers and so it's hard for me to blame a player or even his agent for kind of misreading that a little bit so tell us about the twins thinking behind the gradual for Mehta Exchange. Obviously there were a lot of questions. Gradual Red Sox decided. They didn't like him as much as they initially thought they did. The dodgers said okay. We'll take him. So how much did that reflect wanting to win now and getting a starter and thinking might it could handle that role. And how much did it reflects uncertainty or concerned about gradual. I think once the twins and it was such weird timing because like there was twins fest which everybody's in town all the reporters are in town and they announced basically during that that he was going to be in the bullpen. To begin the year probably in the major league bullpen which is a change from there have been a lot of assumptions that okay he pitched well in the bullpen in September but he'll go back to AAA to continue working as a starter so they say basically no he's going to be reliever. We think that's where he's best and then a week after that the trade happens which is such odd time into me so I think it's they definitely had a huge amount of skepticism about his ability to not only hold up physically with the starters workload but also just his secondary stuff beyond the fastball slider working long-term as a starter I think they believe he could be a good starter but I don't know that they thought he could be a great starter or at least a great starter for one hundred eighty innings a year year after year and so once they viewed him as a reliever They've had so much success you named a few of them earlier converting former starters or scrap. You'd guys too late inning. Relievers that I feel like even if view him as a tremendously promising reliever prospect which I think is fair to view them as they thought will we can trade him for a playoff caliber starter. Right now and then. The other thing is made a I think is probably underrated looking at his Raw totals in l. a. But beyond that four years of team control with a guarantee of three dollars a year plus bonuses for a team like the twins was huge. They basically could get a number two or number three starter for. I don't know sixty million less than they would have had to pay over the course of four years. And so I think that plays into it too all right so we always wrap up with the projection. And you've already said that this might be the most talented twins team to start a season. Which doesn't necessarily mean that the win more games than any previous twins team but having wins do you foresee. Has Anybody all the years. You guys have done. This predicted more than one hundred and one wins for any team going into the season. Lindsay Adler last year with the Yankees. And she was right. Yeah she was right all right. Well I'm not going to do that because I'm not brave enough to do that. She's part of their me. I'M GONNA say they will win ninety seven games and they will relatively easily win the division title and perhaps most importantly they will void playing the Yankees in the first round of the playoffs. That's crucial and will the effectively. Wild singularity occur will rich chill at some point. This season throw to Williams has to deal by the way richhill. Yeah for somebody who is pretending to be a beat reporter for a while me amazing. I went up to him and I hear you know whether it's basically anybody who talks to them talks about. How amazing is so? I was a little bit cautious but he was like. Yeah what do you WanNa talk about being talked about anything and just the calmest sort of Dad vibe energy that I've ever seen and so now I'm I'm hoping he makes it back healthy just because I think he can really help the twins but also I want him hanging around? The team in the club hosts so that I can just sort of use him as my my cop-out Interview at all times. Yes right well as the was on your most recent projection with Dan. Hayes of the twins opening day roster rate. It seems like if anyone would benefit from the twenty-sixth roster spot it might be sto. And I don't know whether he'll catch enough and hill will pitch enough for the two to overlap as a battery but I hope that happens at some point. If that happens you guys have to have me back on the. We can just discuss the whole thing as well. There's another effectively wild twins connection which is that I don't know if ben is mentioned on the podcasts elsewhere but Takashi me Osi who was the stompers second-half manager is now the manager of the Gulf Coast League twins. So Yoshi is very famously among a very small part of the world. Famously Dreams of being the first japanese-born Major League manager. He is completely confident that he is going to get there. And this is his first managing job. He had been a coach in the system. And now it's going to be a manager. So can we get your prediction for winds for the Gulf Coast League twins? I mean clearly. Though win the title they win in that but I think going back to what we talked about the beginning I would say he's got decent odds of being on like a Major League. Coaching staff within the next two years given the the promotions that all the coaching hires have gotten from the twins. So I mean I would continue to hitch your wagon to him because I I think he'll probably be like a manager in the National League or something within two years that'd be very exciting especially given the hurdle he had to overcome of being a miniature for us so. I didn't mean to ask another question but that just made me think because we were talking about all these very visible player development successes at the major league level and I don't pay as close attention to the minor league level but has that been mirrored at that level has that ability to get more out of players at the highest level also filtered down to low levels or is it too soon to tell. I mean I think so although ultimately the fact that like they've got a guy at Aa who's performing above expectations doesn't mean anything until he actually makes it to the major so it's tough to say but I mean they've definitely had a series of non first round draft picks and even some some trade pickups that they got were at the time they were viewed as like a C. Plus prospect who now are projected to be kind of major league regulars. And so yeah. I think it's it's weird to talk about like a system being promising of one hundred and one win team but I think that combination is a part of why even someone who tends to downplay. These things is willing to say like it's best time to be a twins fan certainly in my lifetime all right you can find Aaron on twitter at Aaron gleaming. You can read him at the athletic where he will be bringing you tidbits from the twins clubhouse in his new role as part-time beat writer. And you can of course hear him on the radio if you get cafe n and also on the podcast gleaming and Geek. Thank you as always thank you guys anytime all right. We'll take a quick break and.
"lindsay adler" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"You. It's like that's the job on the other hand. Maybe maybe it shouldn't be the job gets to this point and when it's a rookie umpire like other empires probably would just not have put up with this and would have ejected him right away or maybe they would have escalated and it could have got even worse so in that sense it meyer how he handled it but like maybe this should not be how we interact with people in the workplace. I get one risks being kind of a spoilsport right. Everyone's fun to could be like Bud. Shouldn't we think umpire here but moments like this are very stark reminder. That baseball is a workplace. It's like an office super weird office and a really cool office and you know like you said I think umpires kind of know that they are in for some version of this at some point in their umpiring career and you know. I don't think that I don't know if it I would make a difference. I guess we can talk about that too. He did not appear to be calling particularly. <hes> sterling strikes on when you look at the Berkshire out of it. It's like Oh this is. This isn't the very best I've ever seen. Stop the best known we've ever seen and I don't know him actually being eating somewhat inconsistent his zone makes it better or worse 'cause. I guess it was deserved but also I don't know that we ever want this kind. You've behavior to carry with the language of late well He. He was in for it because he wrote called a bad zone. I just it was it was a lot it was still hot and I get why it's funny and I I appreciate that but not only to fans but I imagined to that clubhouse. This probably meant a great deal to a Yankees team. That was obviously frustrated. I mean Garner was engaged in some interpretive dance with his bat in the dugout yet. That's a whole other topic that we can talk about you know he he learned a lesson about throwing his helmet and it potentially ricocheting and hitting him in the face and he had some choreography to express his frustration this time around and what's so has that sidetrack us but I think like Lindsay Adler tweeted that it was so weird that that was his first inclination to like I like Jim the bet repeatedly into the bat rack and that the less weird weird part of the thing then he started trying to literally raise the roof of the dugout with the bat as if he was like trying to get a bat out of the like the attic or like the leaves off the gutter something what was that it looked unhinged and may have been a bit. It was very strange. I don't even have a thing to compare it to. There's I can't i. I've never seen anything like that. I've never seen anything like it so that was very odd so I imagined that like what he did. It in in one sense was very good workplace behavior. We've all had bosses. We all have bosses and it's it's nice when your boss stands up for you and sort of has your back in defence you to I don't know in this case Umpire and I'm sure that it sent a very clear message to the Yankees players about how he wasn't. I'm GonNa take it anymore and you don't have to either and so I like it up the SORTA display which in a sense like that's the manager's job to his team and his team motivated so right he was just doing what he's supposed to do in a way right so in that sense this is a very good bit of H._r.. On the other hand it is terrible way to treat another human being horrible H._R.. Violation another way. Where regular company can you imagine Agean if if he is an accountant and a junior other accountant I don't know what the the umpiring equivalent of accountant is here but another office guy does something goofy?.
"lindsay adler" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Didn't even throw on a pitch eighty nine pitches through seven. It's two very good starts for half. Which is what he needed. Yeah. I mean, the concern level with him as definitely subside. There was a time. I mean, I could go down. I don't the homeless could definitely go down. There was one. Can we give zero right? Be nice. But when we give up to Ron's, you could take one. Yeah. I mean, he he he came up pitch. Well, I mean there there's nothing else. You could really say I will say I wish he would also start the better because every time he starts bad. It's all right. Well this turn to a bullpen game. And luckily, the last two has been able to avoid that he's pitching Laurie Lee looks more like Jay from last year. Yeah. It was nice. And also, I think was big out of, you know, comes in for two innings after pitching on Sunday and giving you know having his worst appearances Yankee he was good for those two innings. He he looked much better. Didn't get any strikeouts. But got the job done. He needed those two innings just to feel. I'm sure he was, you know, a little on edge after Sunday's performance, which was dreadful that was big mental toughness to, you know, have the phone did Sunday, and then have to your light again in a big spot the following day into come up, though, he did shows he's a war mental warrior short porch front. I was getting a little worried. I don't know. Don't don't turn. Don't be that guy today. Don't don't always one guy. Who does it Monday was Chapman Tuesday was Chad green. And but everyone else besides I mean, we'll everyone besides Chapman. On Monday was great out of Canley has really turned into like a premier arm in this bullpen twenty seventeen Kayla. Love it. Call that Sesa. He's just continues to be ample sane. I mean, it just makes he he came in both games. I believe this these two games and was good his ear as one five nine. What is happening? Well, maybe it's just better as reliever I mean, we were used to seeing him start games last three and a third five runs. Yes. That was the classic Louis short reliever. You know, like when we seen him in the past. It's been fairly. Early warnings. It's start less three get us the six or seven thinning? Louise. Now, it's like you're coming in the seventh inning to get a few outs. And he's he's room back. And he's thrown he's throwing strikes for him. Maybe he can be like twenty seventeen Chad green. Maybe because we lost chattering. We'll get into him in a little bit. But I think the biggest winner. Now, we've talked about any of the crazy stuff that we need to know what it's doing bullpen right now. But John holder needed Monday night. He was great. He even struck up. Mike trout looking. It was one of the shocking things I've ever seen in my life. One of the more shocking ever hit job at older, you know, we've continually gone back and forth between him and Chad green who's lease reliable. They have separated themselves in these two games were jaggery, so unreliable. He's now minor leaguer and Jonathan holder came up big with to show that fourteen runs in seven in two thirds for check. So looking at up for fourteen on seventy two thirds. That's as many runs as he gave up in sixty nine innings in two thousand seventeen. Yeah. Well, he's got he's got some out for Tarpley. We had to do it. He had an option. I didn't know if he had any options off, I'm not gonna keeping track of that. But Lindsay Adler of the pointed out he did have an option and the send Tarpley do chat fix himself by himself. I mean, you got to develop more than one pitchbook. Yeah..
"lindsay adler" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"More generous strikes than a forty five year old Eacho in his final two kids playing in Japan. That's yeah. That's the sort of situation where you just give him a couple inches. They're worried about it. No one's gonna be mad the as aren't going to be mad. It's fine. Anyway, I'm sorry to see him go. It's funny that you you mentioned, you know, how there's only one degree of uniqueness. And you can either be unique or not unique. I can't remember who made this argument to me. But I keep thinking about it and find it semi convincing that it's okay to say so unique or like put Integrion unique this because obviously we're all unique in some way. But we're all unique in many ways also so that like each row is unique in that he played twenty seven years or I don't know if that's quite unique. But it's close he is unique in that he could place his hits wherever he wanted. And he's unique in that. He had that amazing memorable. Batting stance. Easy Nicoletti pit for really high everage is. So it's kinda unique in a lot of ways. Like there's more uniqueness about each other than there is about most players even though every player's unique at subway. I could be persuaded to this cause. Will not I will not spend my fussy editing quota on that I will spend it on other things. Any other Mariners reflection Eacho emotions? Kukuchi is fun. But that'll be that'll be fun. Every five days. It's nice to find a fun thing. I am definitely not going to remember. The Bruce was mariner in twenty nineteen just like accepting that now that struck me a couple times yesterday will see how long he remained to mayor cake. That's part of it. But hey there to know. Seattle mariners. Boy. Well, I'm trying to drag out our Mariners banter because scared of talking about extensions the extension onslaught. Got to do it. I should probably mention that. We have a couple of interviews. Coming up on this episode seems like something that maybe I should have mentioned earlier. This is a team preview podcast. It's the penultimate team preview podcast, and we're going to be talking about the New York Yankees with Lindsay Adler and the Miami Marlins with Andre Fernandez cannot really imagine two more mismatch team six v up Derrick jeeter in common. So we'll be talking to both of them soon. But we've got to get through the extension gauntlet here so seven I talked for basically an episode about Mike trips extension. So that's out of the way unless there's anything you want to add to that. But we have a whole lot of other extensions. Forget flakes. Now. We've got it seems Paul Goldschmidt. We've got Alex bregman. We've got away Jimenez. We've got Ryan Presley. We've got Brandon low and missing anyone. I don't know. I think that's it for the moment. But there. May have been more while we were talking. So the big question. I guess is. What is it all mean? And I am uncertain and kind of conflicted about what may take away about this is so looking forward to talking Pat it to see if we can come to any kind of consensus about this. I think it is useful probably separate these into different rockets. Yes. Right. So there there is the the sort of. Well, I guess men is is like the most extreme example of this on the prospect side has never played a major league inning was ticketed for for Charlotte. And so he's probably on the most extreme end of the of the prospect side of this along with I'm pretty sure it's it's Lowy. There's some there's some weirdness I'm gonna get yelled at Byron Kylie for mixing these. But thriftless was twenty thousand words long. So so there too, you know, we sort of have this like. Prospect contingent where it appears that may be the force that we're seeing is a bit of nervousness and trepidation on the part of some of these young guys to be reaching free agency when they are approaching thirty and so might be feeling pressure from their organizations that are sent to promote them as quickly as they are perhaps ready to take some money now. So that they have that life changing contract. Even though you know, if they were to be able to enter free agency today, they might be making an probably would be making based on the analysis..
"lindsay adler" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"So the tallest nine men lineup ever is the 2016 Tigers on may twenty second. They had an average lineup height of seventy five point eleven inches. It seems like the inky is could fairly easily exceed that by like ED's much as half an inch potentially. They could you can construct a roster. Like, if you go, you know, censh- as bird tool at ski gregorious when he comes back. Lemay Hugh, Stanton Hicks judge Voight is just giants top to bottom. Obviously that requires like Brett Gardner to be not starting that day. And you know, what's key not to be hurt in gregorious to come back and both bird and Voight to be hitting enough to play first the H, and anyway, you can. Come up with a bunch of combinations. Where they could very easily be the team that has ever hit. So that is interesting and tweeted about that in Lindsay Adler was responding to be on Twitter about just her trial of having to cover this enormous team as a person who is not also a giant. It's almost like if you're in a clubhouse trying to cover this team. You have to like hold your recorder over your head to talk to these people because they're all enormous. And when I were just saying that the B W A should get like a step stool installed next to the lockers or something so that the non athletic people can actually talk to the giants in that clubhouse. I understand this coming from a place of physical privilege, but I have never before in my life. At least as an adult have the experience of having to look up to somebody. I don't even know I something I absolutely take for granted when I was in high school. I was the second tallest Mike class dated the second shortest person in Mike Lassen. I just have no conception of what that must have been like from the other side and look. I know have the sands. I'm sorry. I I didn't choose this. I was born this way. And I grew this way. But when you when you were when you were even average height. But if you're if you're shorter than average height, and then you're talking to somebody tall. Do you think about it is it there to feel imposed upon feel intimidated having to look up or is it just some people get used to? I haven't had to do this. I was literally child. Yeah. It's an average height person. And so when I'm just walking around in the world, I don't feel short particularly. But if I'm in like, the Yankees clubhouse, and I'm right next to Aaron judge or Giancarlo Stanton or something. I mean, those are people that even you would have to look up to and Lindsay was saying that her neck is like strained from just constantly like having detected CCC, Beth or whatever. So when you're in a baseball clubhouse, at least for me like that's the only time when I do kind of feel small like, I remember..
"lindsay adler" Discussed on The MLB Show
"So it's just a very, you know, when you're crowing about your own. Enroll in kind of tearing down some of those barriers in the same time, you're making this contribution to someone who from all appearances would like to see those barriers erected again that is obviously very clearly hypocritical in a way that is going to come back to bite you that was such a more diplomatic way than I was making that same. It's weird because on one level, this is just sort of how corporate lobbying in and so forth goes, and I think a lot of the outrage of major league baseball at major league baseball comes from maybe not quite understanding that that big companies donate to everybody said they can get in a room with with elected officials. And like Zach said the beige baseball's getting a black eye over this. Because the thing that, you know, it's not like Coca Cola lobbying Cindy Hyde. Smith for corn subsidies like the thing that they want is to not have to pay minor league. Minor league players minimum wage, and but the I mean just the self righteousness of baseball of major league baseball regarding race and Jackie Robinson. Honestly might be. My least favorite thing about the league. One of one thing that I loved about this whole thing is Lindsay Adler of the athletic was covering the rob Manfred comments this morning, and she quoted as saying that Cindy, Hyde Smith comments about public hanger, quote completely at odds with the values of major league baseball has always always embraced, and quote, and she said later while getting ratio for quoting somebody else because rob Manfred gonna flip his shit when he finds out about Tom Yawkey and cap Anson and Kennesaw mountain Landis like nothing's going to have about this except in five months. Everybody's gonna wear number forty two for one day and major league baseball is gonna crow about how it solved racism seventy one years ago. And they're just so many from the, you know, the 'gate-keeping culture to the way, you know, Joe Simpson's comments Jeff Hashem erred about both of these issues, and how to intertwine I didn't really job of as always. But like there's so many different strands that you can pull onto you know, major league base-. Ball has. Contributed were leaned into structural racism in ways that you can't do that. I mean, you can't obviously because they do, but you shouldn't be allowed to do that. And then Pat yourself on the back. Pat yourself on the back for like how the league salt race relations in this country. When you're making the problem worse in through both intentional and unintentional ways. In a in a lot of different aspects of the game. So it's I dunno. I don't know. I'm not shocked by by this donation. I'm it's I'm a little bit surprised by how sloppy how amateur hour the lease handling. This has been from the lobbying effort itself to to rob Manfred walking at back. It's just another reason to be disappointed in the league for you said hypocritical aren't even know that word means anything any more..
"lindsay adler" Discussed on The Short Porch
"I'm kinda team sunny at this point. I mean Lynn had a few starts, but I mean, that's your member that the guy they got was, oh, I mean he was awful in Minnesota. Like he had a few good starts and David killing David Cone going and absolute rant about fifty day. No, I wasn't listening to closely that was on the bus for half the game. He only kept him at all day with feeling dependent pitching which I, I'll look at it. I, I'm not a at all in old slow getting numbers on my face type of guy, but he was droning on in the broadcast. It was kind of annoying while Lance Lynn, it's getting shell. It's like, all right, I got. It's different. Okay. You're about step, but I'm kinda team sunny great at this point. I mean. Sunny to. I've always been sunny sunny, got he Hebron's in so quickly. He's like an ex that so hung. You don't know. He broke up and you'll like this could work again, but then he got up to already back. Oh, this is why get with that action like this while we fucking broke up, phony Burgum even relief today, four innings one run the grief start again. Good. You. You I. I. Great. Lindsay Adler, sunny grace eras below five for the first time since June twenty. Third in five outings in relief is two, seven, five era. If you include the starting as balls were last week, he's got a one, eight, eight since the motion four runs total. Good here I get grain linens similar cases in the sense that both our guys that had have had dollars careers and are having a super disappointing ear. But overall, I think sunny gray is the better pitcher. Yeah, for sure. For sure. Emma, we were where we were little weary of Lance Lynn from the start because when he came over, he average like four and a half walks per nine, which is mockery at all. I do like the last lamb brings fire when he's on the mound. He's yelling at himself. He's he into games. He, you know, he wants to pitch. Well, he's a guy you want out there. He just not pitching right now giving up some and I think sunny has deserved himself. He one hundred percent gonna make another start by into the year without a doubt. I think he's earned himself a chats. I don't know if it comes in his west coast trip, but maybe when they come back from the west coast trip, but he, he deserves something because he has say, he's found. Something, but he just locked in right now, he's pitching angry. He's pitching to earn his drawback that he forgot who said it of cone or k. today. But he said like, you can take a demotion like that. One of two ways you can just keeps thinking it up in like, you know, have a sour person you're facing fucking just be be be a bum, or you can like try to prove everyone wrong. And he's done that. He's got a one eight since he's since his motion hats off to him, I'd give him a chance. I mean, also, let's not get too confused with like linen head to our our, the kill awesome starts, but they can't begin to nobody. I mean our two one off start at Takagi seven, third shutout then a good start against Texas one run, but only in five innings, Harrison said foreign, vibrant five, and a third, five runs five and two. Third, three run k. but not great at in Detroit today. Six three, two thirds. So I would honestly. Go back to sunny, but I mean Lynn will get the next art, but I think but I would personally, I go back to. Yeah, I was. I think they're gonna talk about it whether it happened or not. I think you're wrong. You very right when you said that over under like half a star, the rest of your sunny, you know, what would you take sunnier or over under and east gonna be over that for sure..
"lindsay adler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Red may have teams is. Here Playing down to their competition if you don't see the difference between how this team has played, when they play the Orioles. And how this. Team has played when they pay. The Red. Sox then I can't help you. I don't know I just see how they're playing that's all I don't, care who they're playing? They're not beating if they win. One game every I should be happy Here. Is this okay I don't think every Yankee fans going to be happy Yeah that's not gonna happen If they're, not going to be happy. That, is if that happens Strongest argument is says they're eighteen, and sixteen since late June And they have not played the level that they played earlier in the year because there was a point where we were legitimately thinking this was going to be a. Team that was going to win one hundred and fifteen? Games but, do you think there was a part of that you know I'm just trying to diagnose what's, going on with the keys and. Why they've basically been an average baseball team since late June meanwhile still a, good baseball too I'm gonna say. Average, baseball team there's still a good baseball team but the fact that you had the twin injuries of Sanchez who I know is not hitting well but his Lisi's hitting for power you have Sanchez annual gleyber Torres who both were battling injuries in that time and now you have judges out listen. This is the thing to this is Lindsay Adler from, the f. Since the end of. June and so basically July first today let's call that the Yankees rotation ERA, four point seven nine nineteenth over. All, the Red Sox two point nine five that's your difference right there Sullying holtville runners in scoring position. Guys how you doing today Listen. You gotta have cash on a little bit. I I would I would ask you you guys. This question of course you might ask Cashman you got. Sheffield you've gonna have to put him on the. Forty man we all the cleaning out of, the forty man if they've done right before the trade deadline. They I think they stand at thirty eight guys right now you're gonna have to put him on. At the season's over you're gonna bring them up. After September I assure so he's going to eventually. Get there the red But here's the tricky thing okay for him to be postseason eligible is. Got to be on the forty man before August. September first That's what I'm saying is Red Sox is susceptible to left handed. Pitching Like I told me the. Other day sunny Greg. Going to the bullpen is what's going to happen he's gonna spill stink You know, even if he. Goes bad he's still thinks Sesa you've seen him he's been. Up he's been down he's running night's game, but he's inconsistent I would take the shot on Saturday now that happens. Out so the ten days I, take the shot nitro Sheffield, you've already got Sesa on on the roster. For the weekend if Sheffield. Pulls. A sunny gray you got Sesa behind them but I'd like to see what he had I already know. What happened sister I'd like to see, what, Sheffield, could do in a spot where you're not expecting. That much on. Saturday I mean. Is, that that's a big, risk don't you think to put. To put, a young, guy up in a position like that and listen. It's it's an all or nothing move in my opinion I agree and there's a reason he's not up there's a. Reason he's not up when Tanaka went down with the he'll with the hamstring issues there's a reason. Why Jonathan LIZA was up from AA now I. Haven't seen him pitch actually seeing him pitch but going through some of the game logs things like that he's only, gone seven, wants he's been like five, five and two third. Six innings pitched. Well but they. Just may be. Spot we're like we're, like we talked. About with Peter Alonzo with the Mets the Mets want him. To face more triple a pitching because it, is closer to what you've seen a big leash you see an awful. Lot of former big leaguers interpolate, I think I might be, similar with Sheffield they want him to see. More triple a. enters they. Want. Him to see some more of the guys that have been in the big leagues before and have an Idea of what they're doing and I can't knock them for that I think that. Sheffield will be on the forty man roster by the time September first rolls around do you think. Is a good idea to put them in against. The Red Sox Fenway not you know we talk about this a lot with and not to be switching sports but Quarterbacks with rookies it's like you. Don't wanna throw him in there and kill their confidence. Psyche and all that stuff I mean that would be such an all or nothing move I just. Can't, imagine the baseball is about. Isn't, a risk. Mitigation what you'll see about, failure and, overcoming failure mostly. The, sport is but it's about risk mitigation and I don't see how. That plays that we talked about what you have over the next month what. You'll see is they, will break a man against one of the lesser teams on the road Yep that's? Exactly what. They'll do, Hello White Sox Rubin in queens group bang quick things two quick things, yeah Keystone, in the clutch okay I. Never, I haven't. Heard that before okay well, this is, a this is. News Out I don't I don't need him, he can go to the dodgers I never wanted a guy. Here the best ways we got his. Third baseman and the. Second baseman into fifty feel is into forty. Five, they don't. Score unless eight home runs that is your. Problem you gotta put the bat on the ball well I'll, I'll I'll indulge, you for a moment with this we know that they don't hit with runners at. Scoring position but yet miraculously there's still scoring a ton of? Ron and they're averaging. Over. Five runs. A game is it time. To. Slide, glaze over into, the cleanup spot Might be I don't have a problem. With that neither do I don't problem with it at all, I mean this, is the thing about glaze over I, feel like how high have they moved him. Up I think he hit cleanup once before twice twice before A moment ago? And well how do you do there I'll find okay Three four nine okay and the two game well here's the. Thing sometimes you heard you've, heard a lot of people talk about this this, is not breaking news but sometimes when guys get into that cleanup spot all of a sudden they feel like they need to be very bonds and labor obviously is hitting for. Power much more power than we were led to believe that even. Had and he seems to be in the middle of all these rallies I just wonder if him going. To clean, up if he tries to do a little bit too much. But, honestly I have. No problem with them clean but even hitting fifth yeah hitting the, great he's done that fourteen times the average is only two forty five but the GS. Eight fifty four home runs and fifteen RBI's in fourteen games? Hitting fifth so why if that's a particular? Area where, you are struggling why not put that guy in that spot I. Mean overall this year is it in three thirteen with Roberson scoring, position amazing why not move? Them up. There Boone. Later on maybe I mean I don't You. Know it's funny because it's like the memories if I'm thinking back of like the great memories of gleyber Torres him being in the, middle of all those bottom of the lineup rallies member earlier this season when the Yankees were winning every. Type away these eighth inning comebacks walk off I mean they were just it was magical a little. Bit in the way that they were. Winning we haven't seen that in a while glacier was really in the, middle of, all that bottom of the lineup magic eight seven. Seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we've got Brian Cashman coming up next hour ten, after four and.
"lindsay adler" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"So the as have sort of caught the is dron differential over the streaks is suggested the FEC arena record of six hundred or six hundred winning percentage, which is good, but they have over chief, but marriage can't really complain about that because they've been doing that all your lung. Yeah. So the team on the other end of that familia trade, the New York Mets are going through yet another round of articles about their dysfunction, and Jeff passan has just penned the latest take down of the Mets front office or really it's the Mets ownership group and the latest to happen here. I mean, we know that the Mets are now sellers. They're still a question about whether. They will really go all in on selling, entertain offers for central garden to ground or whether they will just sell some pieces like familia. But we know that right now the team is operating with sort of a three headed GM because of course, sandy Alderson is taking a hiatus to treat cancer. And so it's kind of unclear how much the replacement GM trio members have power and how much Jeff wilpon has power. And that's kind of a scary thing for Mets fans because the wilpon. So of course not beloved for their management track records. So the latest things that have surfaced here are what seems like the pattern of miscommunication when it comes to injured players. So you went assessment as said, I believe on Friday that he might need surgery on both of his heels that could keep him out for close to year something like that, potentially career threat. Inning surgery and after Cessnas made those comments to reporters? Mets manager, Mickey Calloway said that he was not sure what cesspit had said. And then he was informed about what says it said, and he said that's concerning. And so it's sort of the old. MS style, lack of communication where it seems like the front office doesn't know what the manager knows, and the manager doesn't know what the front office knows. And neither of them knows what players are saying. It's a bad situation that of course there was the very easy punchline story, which is the latest deals tent for Mets. His Noah Syndergaard going on the DO with hand foot and mouth disease, which I think was probably news to some people that that is a disease that exists and that humans can contract this very much sense like something you would read about a nineteenth century baseball team in some player being out with dysentery or consumption or something like that. The Mets have hand foot and mouth disease. It's viral infection, and apparently they're now kind of monitoring other players because it's very communicable. And so if Syndergaard at hand foot and mouth disease and anyone. Touched syndergaards hand or mouth. I suppose they could now have hand foot out to sea. So it's just the most Mets story. Magical at both of us have downplayed idea that the Mets are really maybe not the fact that there are worst run organization, but that the results have been worse because again, they were in the playoffs recently. They were in the World Series. The recently we were just talking about the Mariners, not making the playoffs since the early two, thousands, I think I would choose to a Mets fan over a Mariners fan in terms of recent results. But you do seem to get, and you know, when Lindsay Adler was on filling in for you. She said, just having been up close and personal with the Mets and observing the Mets and the Yankees in the same season, there's just no comparison between the professionalism of one organization and the other is just the latest example of that. And I don't know what you do because it seems like it's getting to the point where you need new owner. Herships to actually fix the situation. And I don't know that there's any new ownership on the horizon there doesn't seem to be, but they're almost certain should be this New York. Mets. It's a hell brand. This is in part a huge problem of the PR..
"lindsay adler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And he's only played eighteen games eighteen games since since last year you think about last season this season eighteen games so if you can trade anybody you have the trade him because that's the only way you can get pieces that can help you immediately so you can get guys that you can say okay i can trae syndergaard that can get somebody that can come help me now because now you have you got gotta you got one more year rephrase her you got two more years where bruce you still handcuffed and stuck with cesspits who hasn't who who's been who's on four teams in five years so i mean if he's such a great player in such a great clubhouse guy why of all these other teams given up on them so fast but you had to give him the the contract out you think that sing single handedly carry this team to the world series i just stuck the cloudy that's all i can say forecast cloudy mark and fairfield mark what's going on yes thanks for taking my call you know i don't even know where to start i've been a lifelong chance since nineteen sixty two if you know i'd like to start with out some life in the players are the myth how about when mental get chip three times that we have a little rumble on the field maybe that'll get some of the garage how 'bout mentioned the fact got hit and a handful and he's got the x rays were negative but so we're a lot of other guys i you know i like from degrom kind of in a little bit at the empire i mean about the strike zone on saturday night and you can see him so this is right this is what a gem this guy is he goes out he gives up three earned runs which he knows is insurmountable because now the team is so bad that he knows he's going to take another l and what does he say afterwards it was on me i didn't have anything i was garbage lindsay adler wrote this for the athletes said his garbage is other starters gold and he's still blaming himself that that to me is what what almost be the most maddening aspect of the weekend you have a guy in kershaw that is just count on a pitch count and just trying to knock the rust off and you have your you have your ac on the mound who is at his worst and he still gives you a great chance let me get rid of kashmiris and get.
"lindsay adler" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Ag you you claim you don't wanna get into twitter fights but yet you know you're out there like yeah you're out there like conor mcgregor basically starting trouble yeah oh yeah i call him the sideshow until they they they get their nfl team but is that that'll be but they they're all it's homegrown unlike homegrown the teams nine months old i mean really i mean so i was kind of going back and forth a little bit all right email all that stuff to aj not to lindsey all right lindsay adler is a today even call you a staff writer senior writer i don't even know what your title is lindsay baseball writer baseball writer all right now lindsay adler is a baseball writer for the team yeah she's she she writes for the athletics covers the mets and the yankees and pretty awesome by the way checkout her recent work on the to yankee rookies who are blowing up including laboratories who really totally looks like the real deal my god the yankees there's so annoying but they got they got chapman they i'm sorry they traded chapman right laboratories from the cubs guys in incredible prospect and then they got chapman back and free agency it's that's the yankees in a nutshell i gotta get brian cashman credit he is really a good gm even though would credit for a lot of even with all his advantages the the guy's been a great all right so that check lindsay adler is workout at the ethnic and follow her on twitter it's her name land se why ad l e r at lindsay adler aj perez works for usa today in catch his work for that publication and he is you are by peres on twitter am i right about that.
"lindsay adler" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"And everybody is richard i welcome to the sports media podcast my producers always lou pelegrino to roundtables this week i up chad finn he finds sports meteorite over the boston globe and general calms there as well and robert latro he is the founder and editor of black sports online both of those gentlemen have been on this podcast before and we had a long monday night football discussion as well as get into katie nolan and some other topics they are followed by lindsay adler who covers the mets and yankees for the athletic also formerly of deadspin aj peres a staff writer for usa today who covers many different topics aj has been on the podcast as well but first up is my longtime colleague at sports illustrated who was who made significant sports media news this week that is peter king and he announced to both his side the people at his site the qb as well as his bosses at sports illustrated that he will be leaving that publication on june first after twenty nine years and starting a new job with nbc sports in july peter king joins me now in studio on these sports media podcast peter it's been a busy week for you richard great to be with us thank you for asking first of all you are very kind to come into the studio we have one we don't get a lot of guests who do that but i don't live very far from here so you're you're you're well known person and a man of your stature does not have to come into the find studio with myself and lou pellegrino but you've done in anyway so why we love you.
"lindsay adler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Think about this minute first inning to out run around i he gets a break at second base with a bad call and he got ahead of marquess and he doubles and he got ahead of suzuki who headed to whitestone those that he gave up they were not fat with a ph they were with an f and then i'll tell you what they were long gone was brutal to watch this guy and i'm not saying after two starts utah some aside but this is the thing when you sign a guy that's coming off an eighteen year he's traditionally someone that is not great in the first half he had a great firsthalf last year he's good but in the second half and falls off i don't want to hear it spring training he's not very good and then there's matt and i'll tell you i know i went off on this last week it is so far so far beyond the time to separate with matt harvey he's got to go got cut cancer man i read something i thought was extremely illuminating this was an article by lindsay adler from the athletic and this was just a small aside in her article but i thought that it really just crystallize you know maybe what matt harvey the mets everything are going through right now this after talking to harvey and he said you know there were positives right he's always now taking the positive side which i guess can be commendable you know if you're sitting on the therapy couch but when you're facing the reporters you have to actually own up to what what you really are this is the aside though after matt harvey's media scrum harvey stuck to speaking only of his performance in relief during thursday's game declining to speak further about anything involving los angeles or partying as the cameras and recorders turned off a mets media relations staffer gave him a smile and quietly said that was perfect oh come on.
"lindsay adler" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"Back on the roster in league sucked cells i know he's someone than most people probably i haven't heard about and i'm always cautious when i hear the team really likes this diet is a man who has improving anything but i actually have heard that the team really likes this guy he was on the practice squad and you know i think it was the colts who tried to sign him and the eagles added him to their 53man roster so uh that show it to you that they liked him uh a little bit at least so uh i wouldn't be surprised actually if they treated nick goals if they said you know what i felt is a player who's been in our system he's very cheap were we're not gonna spend that money on another backup elsewhere i would not be surprised at all if he's the guy that they went with denda yeah the uh trade numbers you mentioned i mean i think any offer that comes to them and that starts with the first round pick i paid saying this it's going to sounds really hard sniffle brought the eagles their first super bowl franchise history but i think how we rose than who would drive nick to the airport immediately as soon as he got an offer that involved a firstround pick that that's just my my uh take on the situation may i remember when we were that man who was you and i have certainly at least some of us were sitting here uh at the end of that cowboys game reached seventeen where he wondering hayes nitzan unfilled demon running to start a playoff game for the eagles over nicole's young terrible over the past few weeks but a lot changes over the course of a month as it turns out uh one more question for you uh your colleague athey athletic another friend of the show lindsay adler wrote about tommy conley of the new york yankees who uh is such an eagles fan that he has sixteen eagles jersey's hanging in his locker room and brings four or five eagles jerseys with him on every single road trip he goes on um so let me ask you what do you think is the optimal number of eagles jerseys iin was fans should bring with them on any road trip.