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"luke voigt" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Brian de la Cruz had a home run, his 11th of the season. That made it a three to one game at that point. Marlins would add to their lead in the 6th inning with two outs and nobody on de la Cruz a single his third hit of the game, Jacob stallings is single, then Miguel Rojas and RBI double, that brought de la Cruz home, made it a four to one game. And at that point, the only question really was could sandy finish what he started here tonight. He got on a great role through the end of the 6th and he retired 7 straight and 14 of 15. He got the first out in the 7th before hitting Alex call, but got the last two outs in the 7th in the 8th inning. Having 2085 pitches through 7, he struck out Victor role plays for the first out. He struck out Riley Adams for the second out. It was back to the top of the order and lane Thomas went down swinging. It was sandy's 11th strike out of the night. Number 199 on the season and 220 and two thirds innings for our contra, and it would be the last pitch sandy through here tonight. 99 pitches, 75 strikes over 8 tremendous innings, three hits and a run. He walked one, struck out the 11. Dylan floral came on in the 9th inning took care of business, got Luis Garcia bounced a second during manassas to ground out the first and Luke voigt caught looking at strike three. That's how this one ends. The Marlins beat the nationals four to one in San Diego contra 14th victory of this 2022 season. For Miami, four runs ten hits, no errors, 6 left for the nationals one run three hits, no errors. They left three. Contra the winner 14 and 8 lowers zero to 2.32, Eric fetty to lose her 6 and 11 for Dylan floral, his 7th save and ten tries. Time of the ball game two hours, 18 minutes. We were flying here at the ballpark tonight. This is the third shortest game the Marlins have played this year and guess who started the shortest and the second shortest. Yeah, sandy, a three zero win in two O 9 against the reds back on August 3rd, a two one win in two 17 against the Dodgers on August 27th, a four one win in two hours, 18 minutes against the nationals here tonight. The Marlins with the victory. Now, three and two on the home stand, they have won back to back games to start this series. It's just the 5th time they've won two in a row since the all star break for the Marlins their first series win since capturing two of three in Oakland, August 22nd, 23rd and 24th exactly a month ago, they had been zero 8 and one in their last 9 series, 8 series losses, and the one split in the double header against the Texas Rangers, a couple of Monday afternoons ago here at loan depot park. For the Marlins, if you go back to the series before the all star break, a sweep at the hands of the Phillies here in Miami before this series, they had been three 16 and two in the last 21 series. They're only series wins. Since that last series before the break, two of three at Pittsburgh's lie 22nd through the 24th, two or three at home against the Padres August 15th, 16th and 17th and those two of three in Oakland last month, August 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Again, from Miami now, 16 or 15 wins on the season against the nationals. 15 and three against the Nats with one game to go, it matches the most winsome ones I've ever had against a single opponent in a season there are 15 and four against the mets in 2004. It matches the Dodgers with 15 wins against single opponents. The only other team that's done it here in Major League Baseball in 2022, the Dodgers, 15 four against the Giants. They're done with San Francisco. Marlins are 15 and three against the nationals with one to play still here tomorrow in the home stand finale, Edward Cabrera is going to pitch for Miami looking to go to 7 and three in the year and he'll match up with the former Marlin right hand Ron Sanchez, who the Marlins beat, who sandy beat in Washington just last Sunday. The Marlins daughter nation working together to strike out cancer in our community every time Marlin's pitch record to strike out this season, $25 be donated to our nation's driving initiative support cancer research. Tonight, a total of 12 strikeouts, 11 for sandy, won by Dylan floro. That means $300 from tonight's ball game and for the season now with 1342 strikeouts by the staff 33,000 $550 from the Marlins foundation to AutoNation's drive pink initiative. Marlins have beaten the nationals four to one tonight in Miami, we'll take a break when we come back, Kelly sacko is going to talk with Jacob stallings. We'll hear from Don magni to and we'll check the out of town scoreboard. So stay with us on the tenth inning show after a four one Marlins went over the nationals on the Marlins trader network driven by our nation. As simple, there's no better place than Kurosawa and with a short fly from Miami. There's no better time than now. This island gem is filled with vibrant color, a unique blend of European in Caribbean culture and an endless list of

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:43 min | 4 months ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"If you must, you can't prevent you from purchasing a ticket, but we can prevent you from buying a T-shirt. While we're here, that we will not stand for, you can buy a T-shirt somewhere else. Yeah. Bring it into the ball. But I'll be damned. If you're going to be selling shirts in the ballpark, it just sort of surprised me, I guess, because generally when there's money to be made, like someone will make it. Yes. Obviously, there is money to be made here. And it's not just Dodgers fans on giant's turf. I mean, you know, you're telling me you can't get a Yankees cap at the trap or something, you know? Like, sure. There's got to be a market for that. I guess in the interest of general baseball, you would want people to be able to buy stuff that would represent their team wherever they are, wherever they go to a ballpark. Yeah. We will find a way to spend some money a and also just display our affiliation and deepen our attachment to baseball, but I guess I get it that also you want to feel like you're protecting your turf. If the team is sanctioning the vendor and clearly it is that the team can decide who gets to sell stuff in their ballpark and what they get to sell, then I certainly understand why they would say, hey, don't sell stuff this. Our rivals, so that everyone will be walking around in our rivals gear and showing up on TV and our rivals gear. Showing us up. Yeah, I share your surprise that it is a place that has proven itself to be somewhat immune from the capitalist impulse. But I think that that's kind of, that's kind of nice, you know, that you get to, you know, it adds to your sense of place that that is not a place where you see your rivals stuff being sold, right? But it is, this is our place. This is home and we get to say what it is. Here are the players, the featured players on the Mariners, team store website, ichiro, fine, Felix, fine. Kyle Seeger kind of weird Adam Fraser excuse you a oh jeez Suarez, great season, but what? Luis Castillo cool, Carlos Santana? Really? And then you have the players section, which is somehow different than future players, don't know. Ken griffey junior Mitch hanker Robbie ray ty France, Logan Gilbert, all of those are fine. Dylan Moore, I mean sure, Carlos Santana, again, Kurt cassell, Jake lamb, who was just DFA. And Marco Gonzalez. Do you know who is notably absent from both of those lists? Didn't hear you say Julio. I'm going to say Julio. It's kind of weird that there's no Julio in that list. Don't you think? It's also weird that there's no JP Crawford in that list, right? Anyway, I just, I think that you wanted to talk about the feeling of home, and I was willing to indulge you, but mostly this has become an opportunity for me to say, if an addict to a better job, like all of this stuff looks like you're at a corporate golf retreat and it bumps me out. So those are today's ethical philosophical dilemmas about baseball. In other news, well, first a quick Joey manassas update. Still good. Yeah. Out hitting one Soto and one Soto and Josh bell combined really did not think that would continue really thought that we would have to just like mention that while it was true and hope that it didn't change immediately. Wrote about him, my piece was published on September 2nd, and I was like, well, this has been fantastic, but how long can this keep up? I've got to get this article out before he slumps or something gets hot and the fun fact is not true anymore that Vanessa has outplayed both of the players who were traded and whom he was replacing when he was called up. I mean, it's still true. And people are treating him with some respect, some fear. Yeah. So as people were tagging us on Twitter to note that the braves were intentionally walking manassas, they free past them a couple of times in the past couple of games to load the bases in front of Luke voigt and then when they finally decided not to do that with a runner on first, he homered. Yep. So they should have intentionally walked him. That time too, I guess. Just based on the results and he is still handily out hitting one Soto as a padre. So that's pretty great. I did not think that would actually last throughout the season. I was like, the fact that this is lasted even since the trade for the first month after the trade is amazing and miraculous. It can't continue, but it actually has to the point where they might actually finish the season with that continuing to be true. So love it. It's a really, it's just a very fun and silly remarkable thing, and it lets me tweet exclamation points at you. So I'm all for it. I think I hope he continues forever. I guess I hope it continues forever, but only if. I hope that the NASA of it continues forever to be clear. Yeah, no, I want one soda to be like, you know, Juan Soto, as we know him, and as we have come to expect him to be, and also it would be so cool if we look back and we're like, you know, wald Soto as advertised in the long term, but get a load of this Joey meniscus all he needed was an opportunity and he is want Soto two. That would be delightful. Yeah. Luke Voight has also handily out hit Josh bell, which is also sort of funny. Poor Padres. Poor Padres. They're in better shape than the nationals overall. This is what the nationals have for you. Just gotta let them have this for now because there's not a whole lot else to be happy about on that team right now. Yeah, but you don't know this, Ben, but I am three for three in not doing screaming sneezes into the microphone so far as we're recording. It's really great. Thank you. Yeah, you're welcome. And appreciate it. I'm sure. Yeah. So I want to talk a little bit briefly about the AL central. We should probably do an AL central leadership update. Yeah. Just because we've had a couple change of regimes. So the tigers have a new head of baseball operations, Scott Harris. Who was poached from the Giants and also formerly of the cubs. And then the royals also have a new leader, although it was someone who was already there because what happened is state and more is out the door. So this is on the one hand not surprising on the other hand it's very surprising because it seems like that might very well be a lifetime appointment. So this is notable news we lost John Daniels last his job this year, one of the longest tenured readers of a baseball operations group and then you had Dayton Moore in that group as well and he's gone now. So it turns out that just being bad at baseball for quite a while can actually get date more fired. Yeah, it's an odd, it's an odd thing because on the one hand you feel like I kind of thought he'd outlast us all, right? Yeah. We have talked a lot about how it hasn't felt like they have a great sense of where they really are in their competitive window, but we have appreciated their can do attitude and you know there have been some weird aspects of date.

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"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

"That was floated and fell very flat. So the vote is expected to be a stand-alone Bill. That's Washington Post live anchor Lee Ann Caldwell, who also co authors the early two O two, talking with Mike and Michelle. You are listening to 103.5 FM in WTO P dot com. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. There's even more September 8th four 45 this year Thursday, rob stern once again this morning. On a strange night in St. Louis, golfer John Daly highlighted a Mötley Crüe of 17 people throwing the ceremonial first pitch, former cardinal and Missouri native Luke voigt capta three hit night with a 424 foot Homer that appeared to break the game open for the nationals and then Kyle finnegan had one of the worst blown saves you'll ever see giving up 5 runs in the 9th inning of a 6 5 Nats walk off loss in which Dave Martinez. I saw a lot of good things today, a lot of positive things. Starting with our pitching, again, you know, kept us in the ball game, our rascal comes in and does well. And then we come back, season with a big triple there, comes back with score some runs and I thought we played really well today to the last ten quick turnaround to the one 15 series finale with Josiah gray getting the starts, the Orioles drop three or four to the Blue Jays after a 401k loss that puts the O's now four and a half games behind Toronto for the last AL wild card. Hyattsville native Francis tiafoe was boldly going where no American man has gone since 2006, advancing to the U.S. open men's semifinals thanks to a long straight sets win over Andrei Rublev and as TFO's coach Wayne Ferreira pointed out to ESPN. We're

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"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

"Was floated and fell very flat. So the vote is expected to be a stand-alone Bill. That's Washington Post live anchor Lee Ann Caldwell, who also co authors the early two O two, talking with Mike and Michelle. You are listening to 103.5 FM in WTO P dot com. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. It is September 8th, good Thursday morning two 45 sports time indeed rob's turn once again this morning. On a strange night in St. Louis, golfer John Daly highlighted a Motley crew of 17 people throwing the ceremonial first pitch, former cardinal and Missouri native Luke voigt capta three hit night with a 424 foot Homer that appeared to break the game open for the nationals and then Kyle finnegan had one of the worst blown saves you'll ever see giving up 5 runs in the 9th inning of a 6 5 Nats walk off loss in which tape Martinez. I saw a lot of good things today, a lot of positive things. Starting with our pitching, again, you know, I kept in ball game at a rascal comes in and does well, and then we come back, Caesar would have a big triple there, comes back with score some runs and I thought we played really well today to the last any quick turnaround to the one 15 series finale with Josiah gray getting the starts, the Orioles dropped three O four to the Blue Jays after a 401k loss that puts the O's now four and a half games behind Toronto for the last AL wild card. Hyattsville native Francis tiafoe was boldly going where no American man has gone since 2006, advancing to the U.S. open men's semifinals thanks to a long straight sets win over Andrei Rublev and as tiafoe's coach Wayne Ferreira pointed out to ESPN

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"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

"Moving people and innovation forward. Now to rob woodfork well on a strange night in St. Louis, golfer John Daly highlighted a Motley crew of 17 people throwing the ceremonial first pitch, former cardinal and Missouri native Luke voigt capped a three hit night with a 424 foot Homer that appeared to break the game open for the nationals and then Kyle finnegan and one of the worst blown saves you will ever see giving up 5 runs in the 9th inning of a 6 5 Nats walk off loss in which Dave Martinez got a lot of good things today, a lot of positive things. You're starting with our pitching. Again, you know, he kept in ball game, harassment comes in and does well. And then we come back, Caesar would have a big triple there, comes back with score some runs and I thought we played really well today to the last quick turnaround of the one 15 series finale Josiah gray gets to start the Orioles drop three of four to the Blue Jays after a four one loss and now the O's four and a half games behind Toronto for that last American League wild card spots, the highlight of the day though, hyattsville native, Francis TFO, boldly going where no American man has gone since 2006. He's on to the U.S. open men's semifinals thanks to a long straight sets win over Andre Rublev, while still awaiting the winner of who he will see next, Yannick sinner, and Carlos alcaraz splitting the first two sets. They're just now starting the third set. Rob woodfork, WTO, sports. The top stories we're following for you, this evening on WTO piece

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"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

"Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red, a 15 now time for Dave Johnson. I know you might be drinking coffee, but think about what chuck Thompson, the Hall of Fame announcer used to say. Now this is chuck Thompson for Bill O'Donnell and Charlie ekman saying to bear Cole. Well, it seems to be a Baltimore, the beer eliminated whatever your beverage of choice. Cold again and Baltimore because the Orioles are hot as 7 four win over the wild card leading Blue Jays. Hey, you gotta love all those homers room over us where the three of them Homer in the first inning to start the whole party, but for Brandon Hyde, he's thinking about the other side. He's not talked about enough, honestly, is how well we're playing defense. That's a huge difference in the years past here is what we're doing defense. Those double plays did not get turned for the last few years. Including a big, bad double plays in the 5th and 9th, they need to secure the win. The Orioles only a game out of the wild card. Aaron judge hit his 44th Homer Yankees stop a 5 game losing streak beat the Mariners 9 to four. And Chicago had different story for the nationals, newcomer Luke voigt and home run, nice, but a 6 three loss of cubs. At commander's camp, offensive lineman Sam Cosby, yeah, he's getting used to the new quarterback in town, Carson Wentz. A stud when it comes to being back there has a really good canon and can move. So, you know, it's different play. The guys play differently, but you know, you get adjusted to it and having him back there has been great. Next up, our offensive lineman really the smartest. And Serena Williams and picking up her first win in more than a year as the 40 year old competing in Toronto. Wow, 40 maybe it is a new 30. Dave Johnson, WTO sports. The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO P, the FBI searched former president Trump's Florida

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"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on WTOP

"Forward. Hey, what's happening tonight, Dave Preston? Well, the nationals are meeting the New York mets, Jordan weems, trying to get out of a 5th inning jam. Bases loaded two balls two strikes the pitch swinging a high fly ball deep to right. Palacios going back way back going going and gone. Goodbye. Into the nationals bullpen. A Grand Slam for Daniel vogelbach. Charlie slows on 1500 a.m. the Nats trail 8 nothing in the 8th inning off the field Nats reliever Tanner Rainey has Tommy John surgery. Meanwhile, Luke voigt acquired in the deal for Josh bell and Juan Soto will join the Nats tomorrow in Philadelphia after flying in from San Diego. Orioles in action earlier topping Texas 6 read the birds are 19 and 7 since June 2nd. It's actually that since July 2nd, NFL commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel practice with the regulars this morning, first preseason game just ten days away. The league is a feeling the ruling, the Cleveland quarterback deshaun Watson would be suspended 6 games in the aftermath of sexual harassment and assault allegations. 6 games the recommendation of an independent disciplinary officer earlier this week, the NFL also wants to find the browns QB. College football Maryland media today has chirps coach Mike locksley ready for 2022 as the trips returned 16 starters from last year's 7 and 6 club soccer D.C. had added on the road in Charlotte this evening. City opened tennis highs for Maryland's Francis tiafoe takes on Michael Eubanks tonight at 7. Dave Preston WTO sports. All right, Dave, thanks. The top stories we're following for you right now on WTO breaking news, the Senate has overwhelmingly approved a measure to expand NATO by admitting Finland and Sweden. If approved by other members of the alliance, it would be the most significant expansion of NATO in nearly two decades. President Biden has issued his second executive order on abortion rights since the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade, among other things today's order aims to help women travel to receive an abortion if they live in a state where the procedure is outlawed. A judge has dismissed state gun charges against two men who police say they were planning a 4th of July mass shooting in Richmond. Those charges were filed, they were dismissed rather after the charges were filed against them in federal court. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. In other news, slow action by federal health officials cost a shortage of monkeypox vaccine in the U.S., The New York Times reports the federal health officials failed early on to ask that balk stocks of the vaccine. It already owned, be processed for distribution. By the time the government got around to placing orders with the vaccine manufacturer in Denmark, several other clients had already booked their orders and then pushed the American order down the line. U.S. is currently distributing more than a million monkeypox vaccine doses. That's about a third of what's needed. Up ahead, Ian money news. Without rallied more than 400 points, a local tech pioneer is stepping down. I'm Jeff clay. It's 6 48. We've got traffic

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Pfizer or Moderna vaccine were 94% effective against death or ventilation during the recent omicron surge Two doses were only 79% effective in comparison The CDC says these findings revealed that remaining up to date on COVID vaccinations is highly effective in preventing severe illness or death even against the current variants And search and rescue efforts are underway after a U.S. Military aircraft crashed in Norway Officials say the marine MV 22 Osprey went missing with four service members on board while performing a NATO exercise And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now this Bloomberg sports update south region 9th seed TCU got its first NCAA tournament victory in 35 years easily defeating the 8th seed seton hall 69 to 42 the pirates really were never in this one TCU led 33 21 and a half time and began the second half of the 15 to four run the pirates set a record for the fewest amount of points scored in a tournament game with 42 the previous low was 52 Not that much in the way of a surprise on the second day of the tournament on Friday in the south region top seed Arizona advances to the second round along with Houston Illinois Villanova and Ohio State from the east region Purdue and Texas on to the second round Saint Peter's takes on Murray state at 7 45 tonight in their second round east region game From the Midwest region Wisconsin Iowa state Miami and auburn all advance Notre-Dame after defeating Rutgers in the play in game on Wednesday defeated Alabama in the west region 78 64 also advancing out of the west Texas tech duke and Michigan state In the NBA the nets defeated the Portland Trail Blazers one 28 one 23 at the Barclays center Kevin Durant scored 38 points Seth curry returned to the lineup with 7 three pointers in his best game has a net as the nets rallied to beat the trailblazers curry finished with 27 points his most since coming from Philadelphia last month in the James Harden Ben Simmons deal Andre Drummond and Bruce Brown each added 17 for the nets Meanwhile if the garden Julius Randle scored 18 points and grabbed 17 rebounds RJ Barrett at 18 points at the next outlasted Washington 100 to 97 The Yankees opened their pre season schedule losing to the Pittsburgh pirates four to three earlier in the day the Yankees traded first baseman Luke voigt to the San Diego Padres for a pitching prospect but the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers.

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"luke voigt" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Still right now. It just feels like the issues they're fighting over are pretty basic, right? It's like, how much do rookies get paid? How many years of team control did the clubs have? It's not like arcane stuff. It's the same stuff they always fight over. And the idea that they didn't just get together and say, hey, we got to resolve this real fast. You want this, we want this, let's meet exactly in the middle and move on. And try to present peace. I mean, the one thing you can say about budget is he presided over peace, labor peace for a long time. And now you have this, you have for the first time in a while, this the workforce being like, hey, you guys have been manipulating Chris Bryant got held back in kindergarten, you know? And everyone knew what was happening and Theo up so you had to come out and say, no, you know, it's just about the right roster for the right. And everyone knows what you're doing. You're keeping him in the minors for a month to get another year of control. They've now done that every guy on the Yankees. This is what drives me crazy. Every one of those guys is arbor. Every one of them. And even like Luke voigt, like all those guys, they manipulated the service time to get an extra year of control, which makes them more valuable in trades and it makes them able to Aaron judge isn't going to hit free agency until he's 31 or something. So it's like the players have a point here. It's like everyone has always looking how are these greedy players trying to be even greedier? No, the players are right. Like the players, the management has been screwing them over and manipulating them in every way they could. And so whatever, just get over it. Like, concede on that stuff that you know you've been doing and players don't demand 800 grand for a rookie year salary takes 6 50 and let's play the game because otherwise you're just gonna disappear. That's my fear. Yeah, how about just when you're a rookie or a rookie and that's your first season? Like we're watching, I don't know, any of the rookies in the NBA right now. Nobody's like, ah, I have the mobile service time. The calves wouldn't play him for the first month because they want to move his contract a year back. Imagine if the grizzlies had been able to put John morant into the G league for a month. And then they got extra year of control. Like, imagine how crazy that would be. They would go crazy at that, yeah. It's nuts. And it's, as usual, it's just, I feel like baseball's role in my life. Really since 1994 was to just tell me fuck you. It is many places of possibly could, just to make me feel bad, they made the games longer. They've screwed up the southern stuff. They've gone on strike. They cancel the World Series. They just have complete inequity between the big markets and the smaller markets, then they fix that. But then the big markets were like, we're making so much money. We'll just we'll just trade Mookie betts. Yeah. And our fans will accept it because we've done right by them in the past. It's just over. I know where we see this stuff pretty similarly. Yeah. I mean, there's also the, let's take the braves out of Atlanta, move them to the suburbs, even if no one wants us to, just because we think there are too many black people in the stands. And the answer is always like, they'll get over it. Baseball's attitude is like they'll get over it. I mean, to be fair, that's every leagues. That's the NFL's attitude too about most of the stuff is like, yeah, they'll come back. The problem is that in baseball, people are coming back. The dwindling numbers of people, the increasing median age of the baseball viewer. I mean, I'm 46 years old. I'm the youngest person I know who regularly watches baseball except for maybe my kid. So I feel like their attitude of like it'll be fine, they'll come back isn't true anymore and they don't realize it. And that's a problem. Wait, is your kid actually watching baseball like they're in the weekend stuff? He's sitting in front of a television watching like the 6th inning of a game? You know, a couple of years ago, yes, you know, he's a middle school now, as a year, son. And so now it's like they're texting with their friends and FaceTiming in their on TikTok. And then he goes outside and shoots baskets in the backyard. He's not doing the thing that I did when I was his age. If there was a game on, when we were kids, you sat and you watched the whole thing. You sat dutifully through the commercial. You're going to do that. You have to do, yeah. But that's the problem, right? Is that that's not the case for our kids. They have 8 million things that they want to do that are fun and interesting and create dopamine in their brains. So they're not going to sit there and watch a brewers cuds game in April. It's just not going to happen. And then there's the Hall of Fame, which we should also talk about, which is a mess. Yeah, let's go. I had one last point. Yeah. I felt like last year and you know this because we were on a.

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"It's not exactly ridiculous to say that, you know, the 92 win Yankees this year could have made a World Series run. Might have made a run past the log chart game if they had played that game at home and Giancarlo Stanton's two doubles and a home run had in fact been three home runs. All of these things aren't that ridiculous to track. The bothersome thing is that when you leave it up to chance like that, you end up with extremely talented teams exiting the postseason too early, which begins to feel like a pattern, which is why Yankee fans say, you know, of course, a hot team could get hot and win the World Series, but why hasn't it been us since 2009 when we were, say it with me now? Clearly, the best team. That wasn't a hot team that got lucky. That was the best roster in baseball running over its opponent. So the Yankees haven't had a run like that as an accidental hot team since 2001, but this year of all years, the Atlanta Braves are no matter what you think about their position up three two going back to Houston. They do have max free. They do have vien Anderson. They're two actual starting pitchers. They are a hot team that retooled at mid season to take a bad looking season. They were 50 to one World Series odds on August 8th. Their trade deadline acquisitions changed the roster entirely, so they went for it when they maybe shouldn't have. Yankee fans would have told the braves to sell at the deadline. And in fact, many did, but this is a hot team that has managed to parlay having a non rotation into being one game away from a World Series win. Yankee fans don't want to act like Brian cashman's vision of building a consistent play of contender is valid, but this World Series is very much proving that it is a successful way to build a team. Yeah, but I kind of you're right, but I do disagree to an extent because the braves are a team of destiny this year. I don't think there's any denying that. They had a bullpen game against the Dodgers and somehow managed to absolutely dominate it. This braves bullpen is historically over the last couple of years has been laughable. It's been one of the biggest weaknesses that's cost them so many wins. And then you look at the Astros and the Astros are just, they're just well built. And they have the personalities, and that's kind of the other aspect of it. That I like to talk about a lot with the Yankees because we have the Joey kallo report about how we put his pants on funny and everyone's like, do they vet these guys before they're coming into The Bronx? And while that does sound insane, take the Gallo situation here about how he puts on his Jersey out of the equation, do the Yankees really take any personalities into account because you look at this team and a lot of the people are of similar ilk, very reserved, buttoned up answers. The celebrations, they don't get you entirely pumped up. Luke voigt was probably the main guy who got everyone jacked up, but this Stone Cold Steve Austin celebrations really wasn't until the end of the year that you saw emotion ripping through this Clubhouse when.

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"I never considered this a possibility to be honest with you because I thought he always had value. He's making what like I think it's a projected 5.4 million. Somewhere between like 5.4 and 5.8 million, which is like not bad for a guy who's been above league average at the plate whenever Blake well above league average at the plate whenever he's healthy, but this is from Lindsay Adler of the athletic who's a trusted insider for the scheme. She's got a lot of insight. And her, quote, in the article about the Yankees shifting infield, there were a lot of things in there. So go read that from the athletic, you're gonna there's possibility of DJ layer becoming full-time first baseman. It's supposed to be possibility of DJ Lemay who becoming a full-time third baseman. There's a possibility of, you know, maybe Voight coming back. Like it's crazy, but her one quote was, quote, Voight was marginalized after returning from the injured list after the trade deadline and would seem to be a non non tender candidate as he's projected to make more than $5 million in his second year of arbitration. So and guess what? She did not preface this with Anthony Rizzo coming back. She did not preface this with another first baseman coming on board. She prefaced this just by Luke voigt existing. So that's why now I kind of have a concern about this because look, you're the Yankees. Perfect word there, marginalized. Voight was marginalized. He was healthy. They could have fit him in the lineup. They opted not to. He got playing time returned to him and Rizzo went on the COVID list. Proved himself that he could still perform then the Yankees still told him to kick rocks. And we're good, thanks. Yeah, they tried to trade him at the deadline. They didn't do it. Like, at that point, if there was even a consider, if you're looking ahead to the off season like at this point, you probably know your non tendering him or not at the end of July, right? Or like this thought process doesn't change in August and September because if the thought process were to change, boy would have changed your mind with not ten non tendering him because he performed well, aside from the times that you gave him four days off number like, hey, Luke, do you mind pinch hitting in the 8th inning? Us down by two with the bases loaded. That would be great. Thanks. We'll see what you could do. You haven't had enough bat in a week. Or even worse, we're down four nothing. And there's nobody on base. You want to go up and rip a Homer? Oh, you struck out trying to rip a Homer? You look like a big old loser. Yeah, thanks. Cool. So it would be a bad luck if he's not tendered because you can't tell me the guy doesn't have any sort of trade value. I'm not saying he's gonna fetch you a top ten prospect. I'm not saying he could get your reliever. This guy's a starting baseball player if he's healthy. I understand that the health is a big question, but health is a big question for a lot of key players, especially ones coming into this free agent class. So if you're talking about a cost effective first baseman who hits well above the league average when he's on the field, non tendering him would look so bad. He's not gonna be here next year. I think we can all agree on that. Whether Rizzo's here or not, the Yankees are gonna figure something else out. I think they go for a lefty here..

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"Thomas Karen not date. The Yankees are circling Corey Seager. How real is it and will they be denied? Anthony Rizzo's family says he wants to come back to the yanks, which family member is it? An uncle, a weird aunt that we don't really talk about, who knows, but it's time to start thinking about what Rizzo's future in pinstripes might look like. And that brings you to Luke Voight, a non tender is a possibility. You want to complain about not getting enough at the trade deadline and diminishing his value in the second half and all the things the Yankees did. Now is the time because if all you can do is non tender Luke voigt, that's a bad look. Make sure to find us on Apple podcast Google podcast, Spotify wherever you get your podcasts. Drop us a 5 star review along the mailbag question will be more than happy to answer it. You might notice I no longer have a voice. I've been in Los Angeles for 5 days, enjoying the company of good friends, spending time at a wedding. I had a lovely time. I broke into Dodger Stadium. I did do that. I will talk about it. But Thomas Karin and I'm not gonna make you carry the ship. I'm here. I'm vibing, I'm good, but if people, like, I wish this were a live podcast record. So the people could give us live feedback. It's very unpleasant to listen to you and I'd be like, great, I'll back off. Welcome back, dude. Glad to have you run on the ship. I don't know if I like run on the ship. Sometimes I do, depending on if the, if the topics really get me incensed, which a couple did while you were gone, but I will say, you did the one man pods when I do the one man pause, I usually just tap him at like 20 minutes. You were going full length one man. I don't even realize. Yeah, I didn't even know I was just talking and then I'm like, oh shit, 35 minutes. All right, enjoy it. More for you people. I know you don't like it, but it's for the haters. It's for you more for you of the thing that you hate here comes. Enjoy it. But yeah, we got a lot to talk about today. A lot of tertiary things too. We got game one of the World Series, which was we're going to love the result of that. Questions surrounding the Dodgers off season two, which is going to affect the yanks in some capacity..

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"I am not saying he's going to be the centerpiece of a deal right now, but why instead of Anthony volpe or Oswald peraza, why wouldn't you glom pitching prospects onto Luke Voight and tried to turn that into a trade? And again, this could be Clark Schmidt and peraza, I would keep one of Opie or peraza. That's sort of where I fall right now. I would do I would do peraza Voight and Luis heel for mattson. Yeah, I would do a number of things. I would go as far to say that you don't even need to include prospects if you didn't want to. Look, what if you, what if you packaged Luke voigt and glaber Torres? What if you packaged Luke voigt Joey Gallo in like a top ten maybe one top ten prospect? What if you did Luke Roy Aaron hicks in 8 half Aaron hicks his contract and gave them a center Fielder and then, you know, popped in popped in somebody else. It doesn't have to be a prospect heavy deal. I also don't think that's cheaping out on I don't think that's trying to screw the a's over at all. I think Aaron hicks may have some good years left. It's just not working out here and it's a liability for the Yankees at this point. I think they sour the relationship with Luke Voight. He can't be here anymore. They disrespected him. They traded for somebody else. They didn't get and then that other person went on the COVID IL, Luke .1 AL player of the week and then they benched him for essentially the rest of the season. Gallo Gallo seems like a guy that age would love to have versatile defensively, lefty power bat, played in the AL west. I'm can't believe we're drinking Joey Gallo. I laugh every time we talk about it. I mean, yeah, I mean, I laugh in a sad manner because this was a great, this on paper was a great move to help us in 2022 and how I just don't understand where he fits on this team. If you're not going to play him in center field. So I don't want him in left field. The Yankees shouldn't want him either. And they play tourists..

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"He tried to back in and said a run up. I mean, it wasn't good, folks. And if you're going to use Luke voigt, he should not be playing first base that much is obvious, especially not in a pivotal series like this. Have to tighten up that defense. That's why the laboratory is saying, it's over and over again. It goes to my mind both ways. It's like, I know he's hitting 300 with almost no power over the last month or so. He's been serviceable by the defense at shortstop he's unplayable. I know, but it's like a base. He's okay. Yeah, but what about that double play ball when he threw the first? This is what this double. That's why you don't give up on labor. What about the non competitive at bat the inning before? I don't want anybody to give up on glaber, but I do just want to don't be a prisoner of the moment. It's been a roller coaster ride for a reason. And he still doesn't look like the 5th overall prospect in baseball. All you all you're hoping for at this point is service ability, which is not laboratories the ceiling. I don't want to give up on them either, but one double does not a season make. So let's keep our eyes on that moving forward. Every inning he doesn't play shortstop is a positive. But let's pivot to Boston. I hate that this is on the schedule. I hate that it matters, but then again, you know, I mean, if I've considered the Yankees out of it for several days now, every win feels better that way. Every loss feels more tolerable. I wasn't throwing things over the weekend against Cleveland. I wasn't booing Garrett Cole. Because I'm at the point of the season where it's exciting. It's thrilling, it's a television show..

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"Davey Garcia though to me is still the most egregious example of this, just because people are being like, mom's the word around Davy, but people are pretty confident that the team made a tweak to him this off season to increase velocity that has thrown off everything about what he does. I agree with much of what Matt Blake is accomplished. You look at the guys, even the reclamation projects midseason that he's been able to turn around like clay Holmes and like all the starters who he taught to change up to. And like what he did with James and tayo. Clearly, there's something there, but whatever they did, whether it came from blaker with a came from somebody else, did Davey Garcia has missed entirely with what he is as a pitcher, not everybody needs high vlo to work. It's not like he showed us he was infallible at the end of 2020. He was actually quite bad when the season wrapped. That started Fenway blew his ERA up to 4.98. So it's not like we're talking about somebody who was perfect and couldn't handle a little bit of tweaking. But then again, if you're trying to coax max villo at a DV Garcia, then you've lost the plot a little bit. So he is, of those players, the most lost, but you've certainly ended up with a situation where they tried to shop Luke voigt at the deadline. He started for two weeks and proved they shouldn't have done that. And then he got benched, and now he looks again like a guy who they're gonna have to convince someone to take him if they want someone to pay full price for him. The better solution is keeping it. The better solution is Davy Garcia being good, but you're certainly talking about two players who are less valuable than they were in both mid August and at the end of 2020. And that's thanks to the way that the Yankees have handled them. Yeah, and I think that I think that obviously bad decisions mostly all around here..

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"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"To take a quick break when we come back. We're going to talk about some other things. We're going to talk about a little bit about Luke Voight and Aaron Boone's managerial decisions there. And we're going to talk about the Joey Gallo trade. What's going on there? Stay tuned. Stick around. Welcome back to the yanks goyard podcast. Thomas Karen ante here, back talk to you guys. Something I'd love to have Adam on here because this is where the discourse just gets really good. But we got to talk about a couple of things. A couple of things that are going to affect the Yankees down the stretch, stretch that are going to affect the Yankees in October that are going to affect the Yankees in the off season probably in 2022. Let's start with Luke Voight. What is going on with the management of Luke voigt? Or let's call it mismanagement because that's what it is. I don't know if it's Aaron Boone on the surface you have to blame a boon here. Why he's the manager, he makes the lineup cards. To our knowledge, I understand that largely nowadays front offices have more influence than they ever have. They tell the manager what to do. They tell the manager the matchups to play. They tell them what personnel to sit. That's just how it goes. Is Aaron Boone, that kind of puppet. The Yankees front office claims he's not. So if that's the case, then we're gonna simply have to blame the manager for not having void in the lineup more times than he should. Luke Voight won American League player of the week. It was two weeks ago now. It was last Monday. He was announced the winner of the player of the week. Before last night, the Yankees had played 8 games since he had won American League player of the week. Luke voigt had received 17 played appearances over those 8 games. That's two plate appearances per game. He started three out of the 8 games. And then pinch hit for the other ones or came in, it was mostly pinch hitting. Either way, like it can not be like this. This is the time to start pushing your gut. I don't know what the concern is. I think I don't know if the concern is they don't want, I mean, obviously, one of the concerns is they don't want Luke Voight playing first base, because Anthony Rizzo is much better defensively out there. I understand that. But guess what? Since Anthony Rizzo's come off the COVID injured list, this defense actually looked a little rusty and he's largely been bad on offense, save for an RBI double on a solo home run. This week. So. There is no excuse for the team not to not be able to make room for Voight in this lineup, especially when he was that hot of a hitter. He was hitting almost 500, he was OPS in like 1.2 something. It was absolutely out of this world and he was among the main reasons why the Yankees were able to rip off that 13 game win streak. So I don't know how you reward him with that much. Look, we've discussed previously. We know, we know there's not enough room for Luke Voight in this lineup on an everyday basis. But four or 5 times a week if you have 6 or 7 games in a week, that's not unreasonable..

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"luke voigt" Discussed on The Points League

The Points League

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"luke voigt" Discussed on The Points League

"I think Rendon could go for more than 52. Okay, I don't know, maybe you're right, maybe you're right. Because there's still the same amount of money going out there. So maybe he does go for a lot more. So right now I'm showing what can you guys see my spreadsheet? Yeah, I can see it. So basically I took a stab at guessing everyone's current roster right now in terms of going into auction. And what I'm showing for myself right here is actually what I would do. So there's no lie. Which is 12 players that equal a total of $88. But for all the listeners who can't see this, he's going to keep wander Franco. So just know that that. That is going down. Yes. For $2, yes. Oh shit. But I was just kind of curious, do I have this pretty close? For each of you. Right now. Jesus Christ. So to save everyone. The silence. I have Tim with Darvish bets Acuna water freed. Voight, welcome. And Nick cassianus. I can't wait for you to read my write up of the Luke voigt trade 'cause I really do like Luke Voight. But he wasn't gonna make my roster last year. He absolutely would have this year based on what happened in 2020. He was amazing. He was absolutely what I would want him to be. I mean, I bought him for a dollar. Yeah. In 2019, like he's $4 this year, so it wasn't like that was overlooked. For Jack right now I've got real Muto, which was a trade that I like for both gaur and Jack, Machado, Ozuna, on sixto Sanchez, Mackenzie gore, Josh bell, and Daniel cinematic. Is that about right Jack? Yeah. You're not missing anyone. I'm not sure if I'm gonna. Well, I think I keeping Joey Bart and Alex Carroll off. There are only two bucks a piece. And my turn is something. I'm not really sure about Ozuna though. Really? What a big year? Last year. Grant, I was only 60 games to your point. But it is $18, so I think that's fair. Yeah. I can see where he's kind of on the border. Yeah, and he kind of depends on what else I might be able to execute next few days. Yeah. For those of you wondering who I'm keeping at this point, Seeger, Suarez, Wheeler, Bieber, lazard, gallon, Alcantara, Tucker. Montez, ohtani, pitcher. Frank Al. For 88 bucks. I think mine is pretty close. I'll be really inclined to keep Castellanos if Yahoo allowed me to change my team name to a longer quote and I could put in the Tom Brennaman and that's a deep drive up to left. That's a home run by Castellanos for former leading them very sorry about my homophobic slur that I just use Bruce. I was watching that game live. It was unreal. Watching that whole game.

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