11 Burst results for "Logan Ice"

"logan ice" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"logan ice" Discussed on No Jumper

"I don't know if I'd be able to even happen. There's no party that wants to just like put on fifty or something tallish man nine. Like what are you thinking about fighting Quebec next Local okay is it's okay. It's okay. Docs fuck him up. Yeah fuck him up yeah fully. Yeah like I'll beat the shit out of him is. Is that somebody that it might make sense for your fight. I'd love to but he ain't GonNa find me really. Yeah he's a pussy one hundred percents. Yeah he's a fucking Busey. Yeah I think what was it. Was it ninety. Two point eight or nine hundred point three two point three yesterday China way I you know I mentioned dykes and one of the guys. Was the dice actually. Let me call him your typical median. Obviously and he replied said why. Why why are you sitting there silently laughing when you see something happening like that clip with the Laris upwards walking boy I did video now? Oh you do. You're out loafing. I'll play that shit so sick. So fucked sucked so have you passed Logano. Have you thought about who would be an opponent that will kind of make sense. I mean right now. Obviously this is the whole Jake Paul Situation and obviously there's a lovely out there like you know he'd be my brother. Ib his it's crazy. Like I saw the next great good so I thought I was GonNa Find jay-paul I be Jake and then have the the big finale. I was like yeah. This can be insane but jake is a pussy man. Jay Charts all the ship. It don't want it logan ice you you know Oh came with it right so it's cool and then there's no way you're gonna Pete Logan Blah Blah Ip Logan now now J. wants to come up and be like. Oh Yeah Yeah. I wouldn't avenge my bro- I I just think mind but yeah no I was just like there's no point me find jake right now because he be my bro and I'd slap my abro lie. Yeah me and my. It's not even a challenge writing like I thought I know it's just nice challenge but then obviously I'd be Logan and I think logo would be jake some. They're like you know why people be hyped about this fight but the way that they're trying to spin it they're trying to say Jake is a warrior. That's why I'm like I. Let's have Jake Lake fight. Give okay prove yourself jake. Show that you're sick by then Gibson. Fuck him up. And that's going to give give the come up that we the only one. That's why we need a Youtube de Dana. White like somebody to enforce the matchups that should happen because in the US really shy away away from Michael Good fight close to do think Eddie is trying to be happy that he he loved this man he loved the whole the whole. Oh like build up. And everything was Bo- he was just smiling the whole time he was y'all it wasn't a lot of fun all the signs and he was just like I yeah. I don't even need to do anything doing everything it's great. They know how to market themselves that just wo whereas normally like boxes the data. Like Doc. Eddie Tame Eddie. You'RE GONNA have to promote me Goth. Do the thought before you. He looks like crazy fucking mutant while I'll probably weren't paying attention but there was a do fight before you. That look crazy on this show. So okay. I had came starring the banks on here and they were saying that you could make ten million dollars. This may have enough okay. How made an ten million's a little optimistic? I made enough okay. I know I only made nine hundred thousand. Yeah that's all I made really. Yes that's what you're reporting for. Taxes made nine hundred thousand right. Yeah enough enough enough. Nine hundred thousand Damn K. taxes like they destroyed Nine hundred thousand. What's it mean to have dudes like like stars as thank ooh God? You're pro Brexit I I don't even know what's going on with them. I I just don't want to get involved. It's it's all tied I. I wonder we should've just stayed remained right. Yeah I I was a big remain. Seems like the consensus. And now it's just like we're so fucking people people are sold lies right. That's why they voted. Leave Mine and now. We're in the top situation now. People are gonNA suffer suffer because of it right but I think that they're not gonNA leave. They're going to figure out a way to stay man. I don't know yeah. Do you feel like this this whole thing. Do you think it's a good motivational tool. You feel like a lot of kids are going to get into boxing and take more pride and like the physical. I get messages all the time. Emma people saying yeah I like. You've inspired me so much like I saw us fee for gaming nerd and come to a professional and be in Logan Poor. I was just scared that you wouldn't be able to be him. Look how big is and this and that and you slap them up and you just made me just believe in my cell phone. Know this I- this all the time all the time on my DM's twitter DM's Just tweets general all youtube comments. And it's sick like man. Yeah it's it's it's crazy like how many kids have inspired mine and like Whoa. I get people who aren't even finds a boxing like you know I was like well. Why Fan so you know? Some people only cabinet the music from Youtube on some people only care about the boxing. And and you know allow the youtube music side were like. I didn't cab the boxing but like now I'm just fully invested. Now you got people you you know who wouldn't even be interesting box now. Watching other books is fight right like. You're it's crazy right now. Billy Joe Saunders like people know of his name improperly now like even in the young young generation same Haney right so it's like. The fight did so much for boxing. Because is when we when we look at like the shit that we're trying to keep kids away from whether it's drugs or violence or whatever. They just need good compelling hobbies shit to keep them motivated and focused on something positive is great and they re l'amateur. You really matures you. It'll really like if you if you're walking around with your kid and you think you're hot. Shit you think the toughest motherfucker in the world. It's like a very good way for you to get humbled. Yeah exactly punch and you'll see exactly at least I would think I don't know maybe it doesn't always play out like that do you think Logan's GonNa have any luck questioning the point judgment. Are you expecting that. It's snow John's. NAH NOTHING'S GONNA come out of there like yeah. I think everyone can see has been the loser right now. And it's just it's it's just cringing man has kind of lost and there isn't really any way of you winning all coming out of this a winner like like even if let's say it does happen it's minus it's minus one minus two like it's still a draw and he's dead like yeah. I'm fine find food it's Kinda just it's just cringe weird so it's kind of like sad. How'd you feel when he said let's do it again on stage puzzling? New and as I wrote is because you've got nothing left on his Litchi Ritchie. I've brought him back from the depths of hell and back there again and while doing that I took everything I needed from. Oh Him Yeah I let you use them up and threw him back into the fucking been. So do you think it makes sense to somebody else. After this or it doesn't make sense for me to fight Logan again. Why we're looking boat? I was the champion yet to chances to beat me. And he failed twice. And he's there like nine hundred ten times. Ib Kasai right. But you fought me twice and you didn't win so you know whereas legit you're not making sense. It's just a lot for more for him to gain if he wants to fight me he's going to have to beg him to make videos of him begging on his knees being jackass. I I need this fight. I need you to help me and my career please. I need this. I need the summer. I want him to fucking bagged. That'd be some good con behind that. Yeah one of them's called himself a fucking bitch call himself a pussy. I'm a bitch I'm a pussy like fuck me me and my fans sadistic torture your offer it so I can do what the fuck I'll one man right. Yeah so so yeah fuck him so is back. Were you thinking that it was it. Was Their party. You though that like you know. There's a part of you that when when the fights over you want to be like. Hey man respect by talking shed no. You gotta stay consistent. I wanted to go in like I wanted to fuck him up off the literally. Just go in because obviously there's a lot of shit talk and he was still appears competition or the ship. And you know she's acting like a fucking moron so as I cool I'm GonNa fuck you up and I had Larry Wade lower wages in the back. It just outside the ranger shown respect respect respect because I started off thousand like arm. Happy able to shut you. The point that Shannon Briggs and then you know your man would the legit was lowest respect respect respect respect SPEC guys come on respect so at that point I was I find fuck it you can. That's why when he asked me like the guy from second seconds out it was that like Brahim yeah was like Something about respect Oh blah blah blah. A paused caused because I was me just being like I want to fucking go right now and then you know at least I have take yeah. I have to respect the fact that you went in the ring. You might not like the guy but you gotta talk. There's not many people can do. That is very small. My people that can get in the ring in front of those people are put a legacy on the line. And it's an intimate thing to be sharing this much space in your brain with this other dude for all these months. Yeah Yeah it's like you guys had this strange connection despite not really interacting with that much I mean to me quite bit. You're talking shit on twitter. Oh you did press conference but yeah no is is is. It is a queens but but now do you feel again unaware position because you know. Logan is a rare example of somebody who is a super big youtuber and is physically capable of taking you on it was a good matchup now when you think about it it's like there's very specific few opportunities that might make sense because if you go and fight some dope boxer but he's not famous..

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"logan ice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"logan ice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A year but that doesn't account for living that doesn't account for food grade and they feature a couple miles a day there are really only two options for baseball players make the majors and make it huge or get stuck in the minors earning Bacchus but a company called hendo says it has a third option Charlie Olson is the CEO and says this would work for any level of baseball player doesn't there's nothing that's too low so what about right now I'm Kenny alone in that studio you can even see me thrown a curve ball as long as you are on contract by a professional baseball organization you are available to be a client of pandas Pando once minor leaguers to join what it calls income pools and here's how this works a handful of players join a pool and make this deal whoever makes it big is gonna kick some of their earnings back to the rest of their pool members also Pando is gonna get a little cut because that is their business model nobody has to pay a cent until they've made it to the majors and they made one point six million dollars then that guy has to get ten percent of his salary back to its full mates baseball can be zero sum when your best friend gets called up and you didn't now all of a sudden when your best friend gets called up a little bit of you did one of the first players panda recruited was Logan ice what's the worst thing for me as a player that could happen financially any thought well it only cost me money if I make it huge and then I I do have to kick money back to my pool that's the worst thing that can happen to me as I'm th filthy rich and I'm giving keep I'm giving people money and I am helping them so much more that money's hurting me if that was the worst thing that could happen to me I'm game he does business model does raise some questions for example do it rationally confident athletes really think they need this kind of an insurance policy will having that policy make them less motivated to succeed the question Major League Baseball is asking is about competition will a pitcher go easier on a batter if they're in the same pool for example Pando C. E. O. Charlie Olson isn't worried I'm sure we can all kind of agree that there are many ways in which a player might be motivated to see a player on another team succeed and yet at the end of the day competition rants Charlie Olson says there are now about one hundred and forty players in income polls and as of this season three of those players have made the major leagues and Pando is now expanding they've launched income pulls for per national football players and are about to launch pools for business people people graduating with N. B. A.'s and big ideas that may be worth a fortune or.

"logan ice" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

10:10 min | 1 year ago

"logan ice" Discussed on Planet Money

"To introduce you in this story with you -ASEBALL walkup music no no no no we don't need that now okay we we might do it to you anyway just warning you okay okay I I met Logan Ice at baseball spring training that's the practice time before baseball season starts you've been with the Indian three APP drafted by the Indians in two thousand sixteen s Logan is twenty four years old he plays catcher and he's built like a catcher he square and muscular picture like a nine volt back story with legs three years ago Logan was playing college baseball he was eligible to be drafted by Major League Baseball team and if you happen to turn on the TV on the night of the draft the baseball experts really liked Logan Logan is they saved one of the best all around catchers in this draft a switch hitting that you're always a tough to find what do you think of Osu's backstop these got savvy I think he's got athleticism and agility behind the plate like this is one of the better college catchers out there on Indians ended up drafting Logan they liked him so much they paid him an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar signing bonus which is a lot of money but if things went well for Logan he could make so much money that that bonus would look like birthday card cash they're big leaguers playing Logan's position right now who make twenty million dollars per year but the way this works new players like Logan don't go straight to Cleveland's main team the one you see on national TV the one where guys are making millions no logan had to go and prove himself he got tossed in with the hundreds of other players playing on the Cleveland Indians feeder teams they're they're minor league teams Logan got sent two teams like the Mahoning Valley scrappers the Lynchburg Hill cats the Akron rubber ducks where the salary is not millions and last year in Africa what was your living situation so I was living on the couch for a little while lived in the hotel for a little while they give you a couple of nights how much you making if you can divulge her give me a range of thinking. Hey I want to say it's around sixteen hundred Aa I think is what it comes out to be something like that that's sixteen hundred dollars a month but only during the season no pay for spring training no pay for the off season so logan salary is just around eight thousand dollars a year not eighty thousand eight thousand six is but that doesn't account for living that doesn't account for shipping your car out that doesn't account for food granted they feed you a couple of meals a day Logan and to some degree all minor leaguers are kind of like living breathing lottery tickets when they pay off and make the majors they pay off huge earn millions and millions of dollars but for the vast majority of minor league players that never happens they toil away in the minor the League's making Bupkus and most do not have a giant signing bonus you see baseball is a winner-take-all career there is a very small chance of making huge amounts of money but more importantly there is a huge chance of making almost no money and as far as logan ice knew those really the only two options but one day a couple of years ago he was at the batting cages practicing and he got this message on Lincoln Lincoln in as like some of those recruiters and stuff that you automated message like yeah like that long do you remember what it said though I could maybe pull it up but see what I got here so he said Hey Logan it's been a minute it's also a small world because I was in the message was from an old baseball friend someone he hadn't seen in a while so there was some small commiserating about a particular minor league assignment Logan and gotten sucks that you got stuck in Mahoning valley last year which that he's one hundred percent right anyways I wanted to reach out because Logan's old friend explained that he was working for this new company that had an idea for how players might be able to deal with this super uncertain take all salary situation his friends message said that this company will quote help baseball players financially by pooling risk and invest listing in each other so logan's reading this and he's thinking this sounds fishy yeah no I I was the first thing I tell them saying hello and welcome to planet money I'm Kenny Malone and I'm Tom Goldman Tom Goldman covers sports for NPR. I should you do and what if this pooling risk thing what if it is a thing what is a completely new way to look at not just baseball but any winter GEICO career today on the show an economic idea that could change the way baseball players and the rest of US think about how we get paid support for NPR comes from Newman's own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman zone food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place more information is available at Newman's own foundation dot org should I call you Zach or should I call you Cowabunga or one zero it's much better you wrote on read it that the planet money newsletter is like meaning a noir detective in the parking garage for evidence exchange and incriminating photos can you confirm what's incriminating about the newsletter found some deep dark secret that once did you know how people sign up pure orgy slash planet my newsletter you nailed it all right the company that was sending in messages to try and get in touch with Logan ice is called Pando P. A. N. D. O. and here's a version of the pitch Pando was making to Logan let's actually you're a first round let's make the numbers bigger and more exciting your first round pick as a first round pick you have expected future MLB earnings of forty five million ars grave I'm in I think everyone's excited about the happy about that this is Charlie Olson he's Pandora's co-founder the problem is your odds are like a coin flip you're you're you're outcome is going to be some version of a coin fifty percent of the time you're gonNA average ninety million dollars amazing fifty percent of the time you'll make less than one not amazing not amazing Charlie's point is that even if you're one of the most promising players in the world sure there is a chance you will become one of the richest people in the country there is also a chance your future baseball earnings will be almost nothing you might get injured you might hit up streak of bad luck you might just not be as good as everybody thinks so the companies pitch to players like Logan Ice is this wouldn't it be nice if you and some of your fellow baseball players could somehow share the risk of this brew title winner-take-all career that you've chosen this idea is called an income pool and it's pretty simple like logan just get together with a handful of other players in his shoes so still stuck in the minors still making up kiss and then Logan and these players would make a deal if one of US makes it to the majors and exit big then that person will kick back part of his big money to the rest of us in the pool where baseball can be zero sum when your best friend gets called up and you didn't now of a sudden when your best friend gets called up a little bit of you did panda thinks this income pool idea would work for all kinds of else but the company is just a few years old and starting out with baseball and we spent a ton of time asking Charlie Olson questions about how this would actually work for example is there a level of baseball player that is too low to join pool no there's there's nothing that's too low so what about right now Kenny Malone in studio eligible to be a client of Panos Okay so yes Kenny you have to be in the minor leagues at least but okay so let's just say you and I are interleague irs yes here's how this would work and and we need hundreds of people for our pool it could be as small as just you and me making a deal yeah so then then Tom and I make this agreement and we need to set up the terms of our pool and we could we could set whatever terms we want but there there's a kind of standard contract that baseball players use and to explain it I was GONNA make the big leagues and we're in this pool together here's how this would play out Tom will not have to pay anything until he is earned one point six million dollars playing in the major leagues and once I reached that one point six million level all kick ten percent of the money I make after that back to the pool Pando is gonNA take a ten percent cut of our pool so that's one percent of Tom's additional money essentially that's their business model but but theoretically this is great wait for me like I'm stuck in the minor leagues with my Crappy Minor League salary and it is now subsidized by Tom's giant big league contract and maybe Tom Mix thirty million dollars a year suddenly a millionaire even though I'm in the minor leagues and the contract runs until my career is over or until I paid twenty million dollars into our pool so that's a version of the income pool plan pitched over the phone to our real minor leaguer logan ice shoot now.

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Some-of-the-Money Ball

Planet Money

10:10 min | 1 year ago

Some-of-the-Money Ball

"To introduce you in this story with you -ASEBALL walkup music no no no no we don't need that now okay we we might do it to you anyway just warning you okay okay I I met Logan Ice at baseball spring training that's the practice time before baseball season starts you've been with the Indian three APP drafted by the Indians in two thousand sixteen s Logan is twenty four years old he plays catcher and he's built like a catcher he square and muscular picture like a nine volt back story with legs three years ago Logan was playing college baseball he was eligible to be drafted by Major League Baseball team and if you happen to turn on the TV on the night of the draft the baseball experts really liked Logan Logan is they saved one of the best all around catchers in this draft a switch hitting that you're always a tough to find what do you think of Osu's backstop these got savvy I think he's got athleticism and agility behind the plate like this is one of the better college catchers out there on Indians ended up drafting Logan they liked him so much they paid him an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar signing bonus which is a lot of money but if things went well for Logan he could make so much money that that bonus would look like birthday card cash they're big leaguers playing Logan's position right now who make twenty million dollars per year but the way this works new players like Logan don't go straight to Cleveland's main team the one you see on national TV the one where guys are making millions no logan had to go and prove himself he got tossed in with the hundreds of other players playing on the Cleveland Indians feeder teams they're they're minor league teams Logan got sent two teams like the Mahoning Valley scrappers the Lynchburg Hill cats the Akron rubber ducks where the salary is not millions and last year in Africa what was your living situation so I was living on the couch for a little while lived in the hotel for a little while they give you a couple of nights how much you making if you can divulge her give me a range of thinking. Hey I want to say it's around sixteen hundred Aa I think is what it comes out to be something like that that's sixteen hundred dollars a month but only during the season no pay for spring training no pay for the off season so logan salary is just around eight thousand dollars a year not eighty thousand eight thousand six is but that doesn't account for living that doesn't account for shipping your car out that doesn't account for food granted they feed you a couple of meals a day Logan and to some degree all minor leaguers are kind of like living breathing lottery tickets when they pay off and make the majors they pay off huge earn millions and millions of dollars but for the vast majority of minor league players that never happens they toil away in the minor the League's making Bupkus and most do not have a giant signing bonus you see baseball is a winner-take-all career there is a very small chance of making huge amounts of money but more importantly there is a huge chance of making almost no money and as far as logan ice knew those really the only two options but one day a couple of years ago he was at the batting cages practicing and he got this message on Lincoln Lincoln in as like some of those recruiters and stuff that you automated message like yeah like that long do you remember what it said though I could maybe pull it up but see what I got here so he said Hey Logan it's been a minute it's also a small world because I was in the message was from an old baseball friend someone he hadn't seen in a while so there was some small commiserating about a particular minor league assignment Logan and gotten sucks that you got stuck in Mahoning valley last year which that he's one hundred percent right anyways I wanted to reach out because Logan's old friend explained that he was working for this new company that had an idea for how players might be able to deal with this super uncertain take all salary situation his friends message said that this company will quote help baseball players financially by pooling risk and invest listing in each other so logan's reading this and he's thinking this sounds fishy yeah no I I was the first thing I tell them saying hello and welcome to planet money I'm Kenny Malone and I'm Tom Goldman Tom Goldman covers sports for NPR. I should you do and what if this pooling risk thing what if it is a thing what is a completely new way to look at not just baseball but any winter GEICO career today on the show an economic idea that could change the way baseball players and the rest of US think about how we get paid support for NPR comes from Newman's own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman zone food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place more information is available at Newman's own foundation dot org should I call you Zach or should I call you Cowabunga or one zero it's much better you wrote on read it that the planet money newsletter is like meaning a noir detective in the parking garage for evidence exchange and incriminating photos can you confirm what's incriminating about the newsletter found some deep dark secret that once did you know how people sign up pure orgy slash planet my newsletter you nailed it all right the company that was sending in messages to try and get in touch with Logan ice is called Pando P. A. N. D. O. and here's a version of the pitch Pando was making to Logan let's actually you're a first round let's make the numbers bigger and more exciting your first round pick as a first round pick you have expected future MLB earnings of forty five million ars grave I'm in I think everyone's excited about the happy about that this is Charlie Olson he's Pandora's co-founder the problem is your odds are like a coin flip you're you're you're outcome is going to be some version of a coin fifty percent of the time you're gonNA average ninety million dollars amazing fifty percent of the time you'll make less than one not amazing not amazing Charlie's point is that even if you're one of the most promising players in the world sure there is a chance you will become one of the richest people in the country there is also a chance your future baseball earnings will be almost nothing you might get injured you might hit up streak of bad luck you might just not be as good as everybody thinks so the companies pitch to players like Logan Ice is this wouldn't it be nice if you and some of your fellow baseball players could somehow share the risk of this brew title winner-take-all career that you've chosen this idea is called an income pool and it's pretty simple like logan just get together with a handful of other players in his shoes so still stuck in the minors still making up kiss and then Logan and these players would make a deal if one of US makes it to the majors and exit big then that person will kick back part of his big money to the rest of us in the pool where baseball can be zero sum when your best friend gets called up and you didn't now of a sudden when your best friend gets called up a little bit of you did panda thinks this income pool idea would work for all kinds of else but the company is just a few years old and starting out with baseball and we spent a ton of time asking Charlie Olson questions about how this would actually work for example is there a level of baseball player that is too low to join pool no there's there's nothing that's too low so what about right now Kenny Malone in studio eligible to be a client of Panos Okay so yes Kenny you have to be in the minor leagues at least but okay so let's just say you and I are interleague irs yes here's how this would work and and we need hundreds of people for our pool it could be as small as just you and me making a deal yeah so then then Tom and I make this agreement and we need to set up the terms of our pool and we could we could set whatever terms we want but there there's a kind of standard contract that baseball players use and to explain it I was GONNA make the big leagues and we're in this pool together here's how this would play out Tom will not have to pay anything until he is earned one point six million dollars playing in the major leagues and once I reached that one point six million level all kick ten percent of the money I make after that back to the pool Pando is gonNA take a ten percent cut of our pool so that's one percent of Tom's additional money essentially that's their business model but but theoretically this is great wait for me like I'm stuck in the minor leagues with my Crappy Minor League salary and it is now subsidized by Tom's giant big league contract and maybe Tom Mix thirty million dollars a year suddenly a millionaire even though I'm in the minor leagues and the contract runs until my career is over or until I paid twenty million dollars into our pool so that's a version of the income pool plan pitched over the phone to our real minor leaguer logan ice shoot now

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"logan ice" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"logan ice" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Are really only two options for baseball players make the majors and make it huge or get stuck in the minors earning Bob yes but a company called Pando says it has a third option Charlie Olson is the CEO and says this would work for any level of baseball player doesn't there's nothing that's too low so what about right now I'm Kenny alone in that studio to us you can't even see me thrown a curve ball is long as you are on contract by a professional baseball organization you are available to be a client of pandas Pando once minor leaguers to join what it calls income pools and here's how this works a handful of players join a pool and make this deal whoever makes it big is gonna kick some of their earnings back to the rest of their pool members also Pando is gonna get a little cut because that is their business model nobody has to pay a cent until they've made it to the majors and they made one point six million dollars then that guy has to kick ten percent of his salary back to his full mates baseball can be zero sum when your best friend gets called up and you didn't now all of a sudden when your best friend gets called up a little bit of you did one of the first players panda recruited was Logan ice what's the worst thing for me as a player that could happen financially any thought well it only cost me money if I make it huge and then I I do have to kick money back to my pool that's the worst thing that can happen to me is on th filthy rich and I'm giving keep I'm giving people money and I am helping them so much more that money's hurting me if that was the worst thing that could happen to me I'm game in this business model does raise some questions for example do err rationally confident athletes really think they need this kind of an insurance policy will having that policy make them less motivated to succeed the question Major League Baseball is asking is about competition will a pitcher go easier on a batter if they're in the same pool for example Pando C. E. O. Charlie Olson isn't worried I'm sure we can all kind of agree that there are many ways in which a player might be motivated to see a player on another team succeed and yet at the end of the day competition rains Charlie Olson says there are now about one hundred and forty players in income polls and as of this season three of those players have made the major leagues and Pando is now expanding they've launched income pulls for per national football players and are about to launch pools for business people people graduating with N. B. A.'s and big ideas that may be worth a.

"logan ice" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"logan ice" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"And if the Indians feel as good about Bo Naylor, as they do they're hoping that it can be Perez in Hawes employees. Becky pullback still relatively young to kind of bridge that gap between now aka what was yawn gums. And then bow Naylor they drafted Logan ice in the second round of few years ago when he has panned out he's been injury prone been stuck largely high and just got to AA ball last year after being drafted quite a few years ago. The trade in itself, I know given up Mahia wasn't great. But there were quite a few issues with Francisco he had to begin with number one. The Indians wanted him to try to play third base. That was that was a big story last year when he was with the Indian system going into the Zona fall league they wanted him to try third base in quite quite simply he refused. He didn't wanna move out of the catcher spot. So the the attendant issue there number two was kind of the rise. The us. Throughout the league's the the minor league system who as I mentioned caught two no hitters last year has established himself as a guy that can call a baseball game has showed some power and some pop can hit. But then you look at the other side when you get a guy like Brad hand, and you get a guy like Adam Cimber with Cody Allen and Andrew Miller this when they were still both in Cleveland when the straight habit, Cody Allen in Andrew Miller, both have expiring contracts at the same time. Now, granted given what they were both paid the Indians could resign them for that kinda value. The Indians could recite them they did it. They chose to move on because they had handed Cimber now at the time when you go get a guy like Brad hand book his contract beautiful compared to some of these relievers that are getting big money. Brad hands on three year nineteen point seven five million dollar contract for the next three years. Twenty nineteen twenty. Twenty twenty twenty one in by the way, that's his h thirty one sees when he's going to be a free agent. So they got a guy who is all star caliber in his prime along with a guy like Adam Cimber who has if you've ever seen his release. It looks weird. If you've ever seen him pitch yet. It looks weird. But guess what they have him under control this year for five hundred seventy five thousand dollars, and then he's arbitration eligible through twenty twenty three. So they have him for they have him for four more years, essentially five more years, and then they get Brad hand for three more in all you had to give up was your top prospect who you weren't so high on anymore anyway..

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"logan ice" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"logan ice" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Wasn't twenty this is the ford faction the ford was faction yep no ford no four the day guys so you know hey you're you're stuck with you're stuck with us this is kind of like you know when when the parents leave and they were the cadillac he's on the kitchen table yeah now we're taking the first bend right now so it's pretty interesting or the final gums and yeah yeah that the two phone calls or babysitting right now this is full house pretty much ice cream for breakfast ice ice vulgar yeah logan ice cream for breakfast radio so i don't think anyone is any of us have really broad brush up on this probably not but um so talking about schindler's list still on show is less by the way forward what's up man tweeting us some pretty hardening stuff metal count for north korea's zero bronze zero silver and zero goals so goes legs zero goose eggs allround management question do you think they're going to go back north korean by i want it all we got one hundred gold medals yeah you something that's easy easy propaganda yeah you know that that's why you know disaster johnson's pretty strong kim jong mud as saying oh well that that those at his numbers i think we came in first place you know it's well they don't have internet or television so hang out with even watching no no way there while turtle i had that's the ucf thing right this claim let's just the claret 2018 will you have is a national champion fourteen ah we're not about adds conversation so there is a hashtag conversation at home man i am a it's friday and i'm really enjoying myself right now on this is therapeutic when the ford right now barking in any of our ears i'm but i'm just saying right now it's it's it's kind of a nice right now when and says you me in the and now when you would i disagree on something like ucf in alabama that's that's when things are going through champion oh my goodness so there is a hashtag circulating on twitter right now called hashtag boycott the nra hashtag boycott in our an and you know it's it's taken fire right now by the way if you wanna call us worst defeated away five nine four one one on one one.

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"logan ice" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"logan ice" Discussed on Super Station 101

"This is the ford faction the ford was factions yup no ford no four the day guys so you know hey you're you're stuck with your you're stuck with us this is kind of like you know when when the parents leave and then we have the cadillac es on the kitchen table yeah now we're taking the first bend right now so it's pretty interesting or the final gums and yeah yeah that the two phone calls or babysitting right now this is full house pretty much ice cream for breakfast here it's ice vogel yeah logan ice cream for breakfast radio hello i don't think anyone is many of us have really bob brush up on this probably not but um still talking about schindler's list tone still on show is less by the way forward what's up man tweeting us some pretty hard hitting stuff metal count for north korea's zero bronze zero silver and zero goals so goes legs zoellick zero goose eggs allround management question do you think they're going to go back north korean by i want it all we got one hundred gold medals yeah you something that's easy easy property ended yeah yeah you know that that's why you know disaster johnson's pretty strong kim jongu mud as saying oh well that that those are just numbers i think we came in first place you know it's well they don't have internet or television so settle agassi we know where they even watching no no way there while people i had that's the ucf thing right this claim let's just declared 2018 will you have is a national chairman fourteen ah we're not about of this conversation so there is a hashtag conversation at man i am a it's friday and i'm really enjoying myself right now i'm this is therapeutic when though ford right now barking in any of our ears on but i'm just saying right now it's it's it's kind of nice right now when it's just you me in the and now when you would i disagree on something like ucf at alabama that's that's when things are wanted to andrew champion oh my goodness so there's a hashtag circulating on twitter right now called hashtag boycott the nra hashtag boycott in oran and you know it's it's taken fire right now.

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"logan ice" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"logan ice" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To ninety three to include a longterm angels deplete about the same amount of time for the other teams as he did for the angels but the angels are really where he really was the most dangerous power pitcher in baseball but he's in the angels hall of fame the texas rangers hall of fame so um the angels astros rangers all retired his number but it conflicted he going as an angel in the baseball hall of fame it just said he went in 1999 callers are saying but yeah i mean that's what callers told us this morning tale ochre so i would think he would love nolan riot all right so it's about 415 and uh dave logan is in the building but he's not here right now a we've been having some big highlevel meetings here the last week or two and that's why we were late in our earlier in the week can dave they will be here but he's he's having a big high level meeting big high level can again that's what he israel now logan yeah let's not forget that he's dave logan ice will get a break here we'll check some traffic and john morressy how we doing jobs watching a very somber site a procession of about twenty five police guards stay patrol offers a sheriff's deputy michael escorting a black hearse containing the body of that officer that deputy was killed last night uh they've a cop promptly right area down e 470 on i 75 now churning south on two to five i mentioned that but because they're closing off a twotofive uh as as as the procession goes by so southbound you to five right now is blocked off just south of i'd 70 uh they're also blocking off on ramps has the procession passes as they transport this obsers body from the coroner's office to the funeral home after the shooting last night i your drive onto to five has been real busy there was a crash reported northbound past coal fact uh that is still jammed you up also you've got a crash on north bend i 25 your 20th blocking the two left lanes and a crash on eastbound seventy near havana southbound wadsworth backed up just south of i seventy because of a crash at forty four northbound wadsworth there's an accident handed that in the cleanup dates as after your cbs.

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"logan ice" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"logan ice" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"I didn't i that i had seen a halves we got cents a radio station i will you sorkin rko isn't affect we got since i got an envelope is video cassette and in no and because that was a young woman who was naked all over possible she was flashing of people boss of it was fashionable even and this note saying i just think you should know that this this is shocking this she has is she has disgraced fenway park in whatever and really all lunches aboard a good guerrilla pitch go to get her visting publicity enormous it was it made us we are moving them quickly dave yes but but that included a virtual reality narberth you're you're an interactive thing where you are supposed to be the biggest choice efc resort skills yes were you could be intimate with her alma and it was terrible it was sterile room yourself stuck behind the cactus new like i i know system my own son is twenty years old he's a emerson now in his friends are all in line and there's nothing or you know nothing perry inter pornographic about the police video games firstperson shooters those were his friends and he knows them as well as i knew my friends and call it accepts many that he's never met which is kind of interesting it was supposed to jitters of all going to we're getting like in a shouting match with somebody in pakistan we we used to do in the early 2000s swedes to play what have we play will certainly be played halflife for a while the halflight i played none of these games i give them a headaches i'd like flight simulators i don't like the earth was jitters flight they give me headaches urine geek bonafini days i'm i'm telling you get i get ill playing the button flight simulators i can do all day i've i've landed logan in any kind of weather utter you're the weather the better and also diversity far logan icing floor yeah i do remember that are not feel it though it was posed because i already had hours george has gone there were were going okay so we've got augmented reality aar yes so that is a pair of glasses or or you.

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"logan ice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"logan ice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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