5 Burst results for "Lucas Litke"
Judge 2 HRs, top majors with 36 as Yankees beat Orioles 7-6
"Aaron judge Homer twice and drove in four runs as the Yankees held on to beat the Orioles 7 to 6 judge hit a three run shot in the third and then a solo blast in the 5th both off starter and loser Tyler wells He was happy to set the tone for the series They came out swinging You know they got some good bullpen guys back there too but coming out here and be able to get this first one in the series and hopefully come here tomorrow and take the series will be a big time Yankees reliever Michael king left the game with an apparent elbow injury Lucas litke got the win while clay homes earned his 17th save Craig heist Baltimore
Judge, Higashioka HRs power Yanks over Rays 4-3, 13th win 14
"The Yankees used the long ball to lengthen their latest winning streaks by topping the race four to three The win was the Yankees 13th straight at home 6 straight overall and lifted them 30 games over a 500 with exactly 100 games still to play Aaron judge homered in the first to put New York up one nothing his major league leading 25th of the season Then a less likely power source catcher Kyle higashioka hit just his third Homer a three run shot in the 5th There's some days where other people are gonna have to step up and we have the kind of team that you know guys can do that So you know it's just we know that that needs to happen The race close to within four three in the 8th and had two runners on base but Lucas litke got Brett Phillips to fly out to preserve the lead Tom Arian New
"lucas litke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A 135 feet yesterday Everything feels good and I haven't got too far ahead Not exactly sure what I'm supposed to touch them on but so far everything felt good And each of the distances we posted are supposed to have gotten to Elsewhere the race snapped the Yankees four game win streak by the final of three one Corey Kluber's 6 strong for Tampa Gerrit Cole led just to run over 6 with ten ks for the bombers but Lucas litke allowed the go ahead run in the 7th inning I also wear the White Sox designated veteran lefty Dallas keuchel for assignment The kaiko was pitching to an ERA approaching 8 in Chicago willing to eat the more than $14 million still owed to the former Cy Young winner for the remainder of the season Tommy Pham got a three game suspension from Major League Baseball Thanks to his slap of joc pederson the stemming from an argument over fantasy football MLS Red Bulls rep D.C. United four one gal three rounds are completed to Charles Schwab challenge It's Scottie scheffler sitting on top It's a two shot lead at 11 under And among those two advance at the French Open American Madison keys daniil Medvedev and Stefano sits And that's your Bloomberg sports update I'll Mark Bennett This is masters in business with Barry Reynolds on Bloomberg radio My special guest this week is Adam Parker He is the founder of tri variant research previously he was global director of research and U.S. equity strategist at Sanford C Bernstein He was the number one institutional investor ranked analyst in semiconductors before he became Morgan Stanley's chief U.S. equity strategist and director of global quant research Adam Parker welcome to Bloomberg Thanks Thanks for having me here I've been looking forward to having this conversation for a while and I have to start with your very interesting academic background You have 3° in stats not just undergraduate at Michigan but a PhD from Boston University and in the middle you got a master's in biostatistics at UNC Chapel Hill tell us about that Yeah well back then statistics wasn't as cool as it is now So I didn't know if 30 years ago I was going to turn into all the rage and that everyone was going to kind of want to major in data science and analytics I was always more of a math guy and I liked having problem sets and then going and playing sports and I didn't want to have to read chaucer or whatever all the other miserable people were doing So kind of motivated me to be a little bit more analytical But the question that raises biostatistics is where you always planning on a career in finance or was that you know that was more the biostatistics department was in the school of public health at UNC And applied statistics apply That age to mostly medical data But it was more about learning analytics and programming and apply it to anything So my PhD thesis was about missing data in a healthcare setting but as you know missing data exists everywhere including a finance which turned out to be pretty applicable So how frustrating is it to you to see either newspaper headlines or social media where people just lack a rudimentary understanding of basic statistics and probability You know I think the big challenge is as you know because you're good at this is taking things that are somewhat complicated and then making them sound like they're simple and explaining them to everybody I think the average intellect of people watching and reading mainstream media is still in the junior high or high school level So that's what you've got to resonate with I romanticize the investment community is slightly above that but it probably is less above that than you think Right So I will talk about tried vary it a little later I love the name I wrote a Bloomberg column years ago single variable analysis is for soccer So something like that And so I have to talk to you about his name Of course But with all that stat background how did you get to Sanford C Bernstein You know in those days I finished my PhD in the late 90s I had some buddies that seem to be getting rich on Wall Street And I didn't really know what they were doing And one of my best Friends worked at Stanford Bernstein and they were looking for somebody to write software and do analysis called quant research on equities And I interviewed there and I loved it to split a crazy wild people who were brilliant and kind of a little bit on the edge of being unhinged as human beings and it was just kind of my jam And so you're so buttons up You don't sound like a crazy but it was effort and enthusiasm Just like getting the PhD berry it's basically 99% perseverance 1% intelligence And this was like you get in there and it was just no rules Find something interesting and write about it And so for me there's this database of information on hundreds of stocks and you could go in there and analyze it and reach conclusions always along the top market kept name and short these against it or do this or just kind of empirically test everything and there was a bunch of incredibly brilliant people there So I loved it I loved the environment and I didn't even know what I was getting into to be honest with you And then from.
Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6
"Anthony Santander had a three run walk off Homer off Lucas litke in the 9th as the Orioles beat the Yankees 9 to 6 to avoid a four game sweep DJ le mayu tied the game at 6 6 with an RBI single in the top of the 9th off Jorge Lopez Brandon Hyde's team salvaged the final game of the series against the hottest team in baseball We lost three pretty close game two one run games here against the Yankees and then when the last game of the series hopefully we can start to continue to take these sort of bats going forward John Carlos Stanton singled homered and drove in three runs for New York Robinson Shireen had a two run Homer for the Orioles Felix Bautista got the win to even his record at one and one Craig heist Baltimore
"lucas litke" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thing is back when I did Sunday night baseball if Jimmie Foxx was on any graphic for what it it just became a thing. I said, We got to get that graphic and I love Jimmie Foxx and here it pitched down and away Ball two. Here it was on a T for me, and I couldn't even bring myself to figure Oh, You over over. Thought I did I over thought it over thinking not a Specialty of mine. Lucas Litke, a left hander, now up in the pen for the Yankees, as Hernandez swings and fouls one back to one. And I'm pretty impressed were in the seventh inning. James anti owned still in this ballgame and The way that the first inning went and really the first two innings. Get help from defense did make pitches You're thinking, man. This is going to be a tough one for the bullpen again. 21 and Hernandez lays off down and away slider Ball three. He has done really well and pitch count. He's only had 86 pitches so very capable. Of getting through this inning. With Pitch type pitch Cal to turn it over to the bullpen after seven. Everyone is down and away Ball four. Chris Singleton Instant analysis has been brought to you. By John Deere. Nothing runs like a Deere run with us. So the leadoff walk to T Oscar Hernandez in the seventh inning. And now the left handed hitting Corey Dickerson is coming up. We showed you the lefty Lucas Litke is up in the bullpen for the Yankees, but no sign of Aaron Boone. Litke continues to throw Anti own will stay to face Dickerson. He has struck him out both times. The best that the Blue Jays have on their bench is the right hand hitting catcher Alejandro Kirk. His pitch to Dickerson Golfs one foul down the left field line. Back out of play, and they could use Kirk whenever they want because, as we mentioned earlier with expanded rosters in September, they've got three catchers on the roster right now, right hander Trevor Richards. Is now up in the bullpen for the Blue Jays. Wheels are turning Two, Nothing Toronto in the seventh snap, throw to first and back in standing up Hernandez, who does have some speed, He is nine for 13 stealing bases on the season. Jay's 10th the American League this year and stolen bases. Fifth Terms of success rate 78% success rate when they do go. Yeah, The shed and Simeon in particular have been great. The 01 and it's in the hands of Dickerson and he pulls it foul. So now it's high on is outfront and two that's going to rattle all the way down into the right field corner. Aaron Judge has to go get it and he'll pick out a fan of the front row with a Yankee cap on a lefty. And tossed from the baseball and he made that young fans day right there, didn't he? Indeed. That kind of stuff doesn't happen in other sports. I mean, you're you're sitting out in the right field bleachers and somebody hits a foul ball down the line roller a bouncer at eight seconds later, Aaron Judge gives you the basement. Set.