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'Dancing With the Stars': '80s Night
"Dancing with the stars. So it was eighties night, which meant a great deal of bad hair a great deal. Male and female bad hair bad here all the way around bad here for the host bad here for everybody. And costumes of exceptional cheesiness. And for Justina Machado, having to give herself a shower onstage. Stay true to flashdance you suffer for your art girl you go. And dancing that was. Generally not great but. Colorful. Shiny colorful. and. Harry. Yes Fair so much. So what did you think anything stand out to you. I quite liked Nieves quickstep it got dissed by the judges and I. Agree I thought that was good I liked. Watching Nellie tonight I did too. I pretty much enjoyed them all along. I. Think he's looked like he's throwing himself into it gratifying way but tonight was particularly good. Yeah I. It's not that I haven't liked him in the past I just thought that he he did a good job tonight. Yes. So he was fine. I don't know I did Kaitlyn. Doing the Tango. I didn't that didn't seem like a Tango Song Me Song. I. Think Law now with their like revenge of the nerds costs on. That didn't make any sense to me like no. The three, you know the combination of dance style music and production design was yes. Wacky and then yes, I had the same issue with this as I did with the Disney night. Songs, which is when they're all king played by Rachel live. Stay sound weird. Songs you've been hearing for. Forty years. Yeah that is that is distressing. I did like justinas downs and just because I'm predisposed to earn about what? And I liked AJ? Well it was hard to overlook the preponderance of bad hair. And I don't know how well his dancing necessarily was, but that's such. A Nice be wall song and Shirl was just had that big dress was just swooping all around. So beautifully, I really enjoyed watching that. Yeah. Yeah. Like a particularly good. You know wedding dance maybe look they practiced huge. So I would just you know done without all the hair extensions but okay. by I thought that was a really pretty down. So I give them some parts. For that Nice, and also just because Aj seems to be having a really good time and throwing himself into the. Spirit of the Mirror Ball. So I appreciate that I will give points for that. Yeah. Although I do I feel like most everybody is except for Jesse who said goodbye tonight? I think I may not. That was a merciful elimination though I shall be sorry to not see much Sharon in her pink hair. Yes but Yeah, he seemed like. that he is maybe than thinking better of this. This little plan. Yeah. Someone. Had for him right exactly. So, yeah. I don't think he's GONNA be bad. I hope not but Yeah. It was. It's an interesting group because there's nobody that really stands out as being pretty exceptional I mean. Johnny. Is Probably the best dancer, but he's not this kind of dancer and so yeah if you give them a contemporary teen that's right up his alley. Does well, but he's not going to do well at the ballroom. It doesn't seem right. So and there's some people who have a little bit certainly I'm sure the cheerleading coach has a movement experience need was talking about his experience. But there's nobody there's no ringers I. Don't think. Yeah. They all have a certain degree of uncertainty and counting. With, panicked is there dancing. So you know in various degrees of their pro yelling at them right? Well they're moving. Right. So it's it's kind of refreshing, but also makes it less exciting to watch. But. Holy Cow, the fake audiences excited. And they get mad when Do. Booing of the judges we know it's you know it's not humans stop at. Stop, that's reliant. Stop ferries to knock applause just I keep I keep getting into it and then realizing wait a minute. This is out of the CAN. But somebody's having a good time. There's somebody in the control room who is just having a ball. And I salute that person right? They are burning their paycheck. Hoots this is this is one we need the boost this favorite people clapping along yes. Yikes. They have something that's on the be where they can do that. Same Yeah. Well, I was complaining about this to my husband and he says, Oh yeah, they're doing that with baseball too. So I guess fake cheering yes. I was actually I noticed that the other day we were watching a game. Is, is that fake stand noise that they're doing? So, apparently, we are not to be trusted to. On our own without the sounds of other humans it would just be to ghostly. K.. Twenty twenty so. Heck Yeah. Stream. screamingly weird and you know we can continue to just. BE ANNOYED AT TIRA wasting time spending like half a minute talking to Nellie about arcades like s if anyone's GonNa talk let it be the celebrity themselves or let him read the judges like don't rush them right right through their critique only. So you can reminisce about arcades like yes. Yes. Don't rush into the critique in also A. Used to be on this show that there was time for the eliminated couple to say goodbye there was even a time where I believe they got a little last dance or like a little montage or something. Yeah. Yeah yes. If you could take all of the inane questions, you might have enough time for a proper sendoff or at least smile wave. Yeah, I guess they feel that they're outsourcing the send off to GM, and so it doesn't they don't need to do it here but they need to do it here because I'm GonNa Watch that right and it's just such a bum's rush every week. At least leave probably don't have to get on an airplane and fly to New York to Jimmy this year I'm hoping they letting them do it virtually. No may be so. Yeah everything is. Not, yet somehow I have not yet adjusted my thinking to realize that everything is that way, right? So. Yeah. That's probably right. Well. I don't know a theme nights like this are not my favorite. Especially when they just The. Speaking of the dials they turn up the cheesiness dial two, twelve year I just would rather have pretty costumes and hair and. You know dances that just exists to be a pretty dance
Fueled by Cody Bellinger, Dodgers-Padres brings down (empty) house
"Dodgers go up to the PADRES. They got a big play from cody bellinger and this one is he robbed Fernanda tease junior of a homer in the seventh. It was a one game at that point manager Dave Roberts appreciative of the reigning NL MVP players make great place on you know in big moments and cody did just that and they went up six three, and then they had to hold on from there for six five victory Kenley Jansen having some trouble in the Ninth Joe Kelley came on he had to work out of trouble nail down the save padres had the bases loaded with Eric Hosmer at the plate before Kelly, was able to. End It, Clayton Kershaw watching from the dugout was confident over doubt? No no never doubt re we had it in our hands. That's how that's how Joe Kelley roles you know Joe Likes to make it interesting for us and we'll see what they do moving forward. Robert said say off to take a look at his closer's role and who they're going to use the rest of the way, and by the way the Machado thing barking at the dodgers was after the Bellenger play because I guess he didn't they didn't like the way some of the dodgers came out to celebrate the catch. So they were actually John at each other at the end of the seventh inning or the top of the seven. The, padres were calling out the dodgers for the way that they celebrate Bruce Dr Gras. I, guess when a little too far celebration I haven't seen the video of sounds like a pharmaceutical. I did see ballinger and bets coming off the field obviously they were out to congratulate Bellenger it's a great catch and then all of a sudden you see the dodgers looking over and Machado's got his bat in his hand and he's barking at them and I guess tat tease junior said something as well, and they're just shouting back But the padres have celebrated the entire year.
'Tiger King' star Carole Baskin to 'Dancing With the Stars'
"The next season of dancing with the stars will include musicians actors and an animal rights activist I'm marquees are loaded with the latest Nelly and Backstreet boy AJ McLean have signed on as celebrity dancers for dancing with the stars so have actors Jesse Metcalfe Skai Jackson and Justina Machado and Carole Baskin who became a sensation as part of the Netflix series tiger king others will participate are Kaitlyn Bristowe of the bachelorette and a bell star Vernon Davis and Olympic skater Johnny weir Tyra banks will host the new season which premieres September fourteenth on A. B. C.
Dallas - Texas Rangers Fall After Machado’s Grand Slam For The Padres In The 10th
"Grand Slam Grand Slam were and slam bigtime. Denny's No. Three inner Three in a row Now for the Padres on three consecutive nights, Manny Machado blasted 1/10 inning Grand Salami is the Padres came from behind for their third straight win over Texas 63 as I mentioned now, this is three Grand slams in a row. They'll take on the Rangers again tonight with Denilson lament face enough against Kyle Gibbs and first pitches 5 10. Question catching on your home for the Potters in town, Fox Sports San Diego
Machado's grand slam sends Padres over Dodgers, 6-2
"Pitching us holding up and offense is starting to heat up. That was the combination today. Great pitching good bullpen six runs manny Machado Grand Slam. The padres are eleven seven. They can win a series with a victory either tomorrow or Thursday against the
Machado's grand slam sends San Diego Padres over Los Angeles Dodgers, 6-2
"All towards left Centerfield teed back. Up. Sly for Manny Machado. Every what. Donald Sillo brings it does not like he always matches the moment with his calls Manny Machado ten, th career Grand Slam up big one and the padres six two victory over the dodgers at Dodger Stadium San Diego has won the first two games of this four-game set both teams now eleven and seven in the NL West
Dodgers Out-Slug Padres to Win High-Scoring Affair
"A stunning finish on the double play off the bat of the former dodger manny. Machado as the dodgers hold on at pet, go to win seven six, they win the series as well over the Padres, two games to one John Shea Jim Russell back with you here on the wrap up show, we said the padres lead baseball by the way and runs per game last. Last segment. They entered the day third in runs per game at five, and a half runs per game on the season and against scored six runs here today. So they've been very, very good offensively. But again, with the loss, they fall to seven and six on the season. Let's hear from the manager who was jacked for the first time in his career. Here's Jay Taylor game. Yeah, it's always good to see. You know the guys continue to battle and. You. Know we've we. Kind of felt that you know inside the. In the DUGOUT when we've been down never really feel like we're out of it and you know get get the heart of the order up and chance to you know always be in the game and. You know look at the end Mandy you know squared a ball up to to left field and and They made a hell of a play I. Mean it was A. Had to be you know a perfect throw and it was a perfect one hop throw and a intact. So but dancer question Yeah. It's. It's good to see him battling back and chip away and. You know we. You know we we came up short. Your first managerial ejection tonight. That's something that had been building up over the course of the game with Margaret Mature, as more of a spur of the moment reaction to that dish. Now. It's a, it's not built up minutes. Look. I think manny thought the ball was down I. thought it was down and. You know it either I go with me and he goes I'm guessing. So it's simple as up. Your thoughts on how? To. Handle. I thought you know Came in You know we were looking for a little softer landing but. The NFL west, there's there's no soft landing especially with the dodgers and. looking for a spark and. He gave up to ground balls got through and and then obviously Peterson clicking man you know. Peterson Click a couple balls tonight. You know and. But but I was impressed with how he went back out in the second inning and. I thought that was good and it's always nice to kind of You know finish on a on a higher note, and hopefully he gets some confidence and you know continues to go forth. Interesting admission there from JAS Tingler. We were hoping for a softer landing for Luiz Patino. Remember we heard yesterday literally yesterday when he was called up, he would not initially be pitching and high leverage spots. He makes his Major League debut, not not with the lead, but trailing four too. So you could argue the leverage component of it, but Jim again, he went left left right left with the VP that a left-wing cory seager who's read hide Jock Peterson three homers in the series including the homerun again. Again Against Patino and again, you're going to have to get him at one point or another. If you call them up, there's a reason you call it Emma but Jeez in the history of big league debuts, can it be much more difficult for Patina than the inning he had to deal with there could not have been more difficult. You're facing an MVP facing the guys at thirty six bombs last year who was notorious for being i. mean you saw in the home run Derby last year he. Is. Ball's. Chris Taylor their professional hitter. It's not an, there's no easy ways to face the dodgers especially in a four two game. You put him in there hopefully to have Jason, Taylor said this thing and there by the way it's four nothing before with two outs, TAT tease homers. So all of a sudden the dynamic of the game has changed it's chain, but but seniors already ready like you've already said he's GonNa Pitch the sixth, right? Like you wonder again at four nothing there you go. Down seven nothing whatever. But at fourteen like well, I'm back in the game and you don't want him to get up and then sit down again and I'm sure that's the reason why they put them in the game like look he's already ready. Maybe. It might be not the best time to put him in. But look, we just hit a two run bomb to to get us going hopefully and putting a guy in there where he is one of if not the top prospect on this in this organization, hopefully, we can get another spark on this guy route that is
Carmen Maria Machado's Queer Horror Stories
"So. We are super excited to talk to author Harmon. Maria Machado when we first admitted Carmen on the show we wanted to talk about her memoir. That came out a couple months ago in the drain house. The bug is about her experience in an abusive relationship and plays with John Rouse like fantasy and horror. It is such an amazing book. And we're still going to chat with her about it but right before we were scheduled to interview her. The pandemic took hold and we were all told to social distance and this whole experience with the corona virus pandemic really reminded us up two stories and comments. First Book. A book of short stories called her body and other parties. These two stories are literally about pandemics and they are eerily similar to. What's happening today so we had to ask her about them. Okay so Carmen. Your first book came out in twenty seventeen. It's called her body and other parties in in it they're not one but two stories about pandemics. One is called Real. Women have bodies and the other's called inventory so my first question for you is. Did you know that this was going to happen? You know part of what you're good at. If you're a good writer as you pay attention and I feel like when stuff like this happens like obviously. I didn't know it was going to happen. But I think just generally being like an observer of human behavior an observer of society observer of just sort of. What's going on in sort of drawing from that and the idea of like what happens if you're a person who like you know sort of runs on like human contact like so many people immense suddenly. You're not able to have that contact. I mean I've done a lot of reading in the band played on the AIDS crisis in like. I think I was thinking about that when I was reading inventory. So that story inventory. It's about a mysterious pandemic that sweeping the world and and killing people and the story is sort of written like a journal. Like you get these brief entries written by the main character and what she's doing is recounting every sexual partner. She's ever had And what we found really interesting. Is that by telling each of these stories chronologically you get these little details about what's going on with the pandemic around her. I'm wondering how did you come up with that form and format for the stories? I wrote the story at a workshop that I went to end. It was a few weeks in an early on in the workshop. Another student had workshop to story which was can handle sexual content and was also very sexist and during the critique I sort of commented on the sexism of the story and later he sort of made a comment about how obviously I hated the story because I was prudish or that I didn't like sex in fiction. Challenge accepted exactly so then. I like you know I'm GonNa read a story. That's entirely sex scenes like I'M GONNA use the sexiness a unit of measurement for for this next story and so I sat down and I began thinking about. How would you serve? Release a little dribbles of information were like know. The reader is sort of getting sick. Little pieces of A story that's like much bigger League alongside the big stuff. There's always the small stuff you're always doing things like having sex while something really bad happens in the world around you look. It's always true Guinea. You're always making noodles while somebody's being blown apart in another country. Internet me or in your country like that tension always exists. You're living your life in the small ways always alongside huge huge large scale tragedy war and death and loss so the stories were shifts focused between what's happening in the background but like this young woman's sort of like sexual journey in sexual weakening the lens through which the The sorts of materials being examined and eventually collides in this thematic way. Because it's about like touching human contact and there was like a part where she sleeps with this like former CDC employee whose like if people would just stay apart we would not have this virus a hand right right. People won't do it and so he continues Sort of like you know the world is falling apart and yet like your junk is still going to be your junk like. You're still dealing with being a person exactly that your justice. So you're chunk no instrument I mean inventory and also like my other pandemic story For women have bodies like I feel like both sort of address. Those like it's like what does it mean to like? Have A job. All that's going on or to Lake beat nursing a crush on somebody or certain date. Someone WORD WHATEVER
Burger Kings Bold Advertising Goes Even Riskier with Moldy Whopper
"You seen the picture yet? The ultra gross. Close up photo of a Burger King Walker sprouting white fur and vivid blue. Green Mold If you haven't seen it yet you probably should. The ad campaign breaks all the rules of advertising the high resolution video and photos so shocking that ad weeks David Greiner wrote quote. There are only two eras in advertising ads. That came out before Burger King's Moldy Walker and adds that came after Burger King's moly robber at the heart of the campaign is a forty five. Second time lapse video that shows a freshwater growing mold over about a month. You know like an old national geographic film of say a butterfly growing in a cocoon. Or maybe the life cycle of a cockroach set to a nineteen fifty-nine recording of Dinah Washington's singing that old classic what a difference a day makes and yes that sparked a chuckle maybe an outright guffaw. The campaign is also sparking a lot of controversy in some circles. It's considered so bold that it's brilliant in others. It's considered a total flop. Nowhere is it. Forgivable in it's endless war with McDonald's Burger King has made a name and won awards as an advertising risk taker but this particular campaign takes the cake. But why why do this to call attention to its plans to roll out a whopper free of artificial preservatives throughout the US. By Year's end the whole point of the ad as evidenced by a Burger King Tweet. The beauty of real food is that it gets ugly given enough time. What Burger King Chief Marketing Officer? Fernando Machado is counting on here. Is that by implication will remember and savor only the good part of that equation. How great fresh food looks and tastes. When it's new you might say. This is a gamble. Burger King says it's already removed all artificial ingredients from walkers in many European countries including France Sweden and Spain according to Market Watch. And it's taken them out of whoppers in four hundred American locations. That's out of about seventy five hundred burger kings in the US going further. The company said all menu items will be free of artificial colors flavors and preservatives at stores in the US and in many European locations. Mcdonald's made a similar announcement three years ago saying it would remove artificial ingredients from seven of its ten burgers market. Watch reported at a wonder what the three are didn't have it removed. Burger King Machado told Fortune magazine that he was inspired by social media photos. People have taken a food so laden with preservatives. They didn't ever look old like six year. Old French fries without a speck of mold or as some have noted it could be an intentional day at the so-called last McDonald's cheeseburger in Iceland which has been on display since two thousand nine when the last McDonald's disappeared from the country. It looks conspicuously unaffected by the ravages of time. According to Ad Week according to the Iceland Review you can watch a livestream although well you know. Nothing happens so far. The Moldy Hopper Campaign has received twenty one million social media impressions that according to Ad Week but sixty percent of those called it disgusting. Still Ad Week writes. That doesn't mean the campaign failed. However since Burger King itself pointed out that fresh food gets ugly. But the nauseated reaction does elevate a criticism that often dogs burger kings out of the box advertising.
The Brewers are working on contract extension with Christian Yelich that could exceed $200 million
"Christian Yelich might be the next superstar in sports to put pen to paper on a massive contract the brewers India which are closing in on what is being reported as a nine year two hundred fifteen million dollar contract now if you're like me when you first hear that nine years and two hundred fifteen million for Christian Yelich who was the MVP two seasons ago any runner up for the most valuable player award last year when he got hurt and missed a month you're probably thinking to fifteen does not seem like enough and I would tend to agree with you about that he is taking a dramatic discount to sign this extension which is basically seven years a hundred ninety million in new money when you just saw it the rain don't who hadn't been in the top two in MVP voting over the last two years in the National League get seven years and two hundred forty five million to go to the angels in free agency when you've seen our unato in Colorado no one or not get a massive two hundred and thirty plus million dollar contract over eight seasons and here we're talking about new money seven and one ninety for a guy who might be the best player in the National League the deal was first reported today by the athletics some of the details of trickled out of come from ESPN's Jeff Passan he's got this basically yellowish would play the next two seasons starting this year on his current contract so he's scheduled to make I was about to say only how funny is that only twelve and a half million in two thousand twenty and then fourteen million next year but you know I laughed at that as far as the production B. provides and and the elite performance is gonna provide Daddy's shopping in the bargain bin that's finding one of your favorite movies in the five dollar DVD been at your favorite electronics store so the extension for that seventy one ninety would basically kick in for the brewers in two thousand twenty two and go through two thousand twenty eight and there be a mutual option in the final year in twenty twenty nine but you go back two seasons ago when Yelich won the M. V. P. he established himself after leaving Miami where he was an excellent hater and a lot of folks felt like maybe he would win a batting title at some point but didn't get a lot of help we did have a lot of production and protection rather to go along with his production there just weren't players around him as good as him to help him out as they were going to getting rid of all their pieces Giancarlo Stanton Marcello's owner he was the last guy standing so we got to go to Milwaukee and give it a try there and immediately flourished completely took off and became one of the greats in the sport and for my money right now this moment Christian Yelich of the brewers is the most underrated player in baseball which might sound ludicrous considering that he wanted MVP award is finished in the top two twice in two years but I still think when we have conversations in this industry about who the best baseball players are Mike trout's name comes out of everyone's mouth first then you get some of the bigger names that maybe don't even belong in that conversation right now based on performance like Bryce Harper Manny Machado those types but who is the second best player in the sport yeah which might be the answer Cody Bellinger won the MVP award with the Dodgers last year is in that vicinity I'd say there's a a four player tier behind trout vying for the number two seed in the sport with the yellow shoes twenty eight Ballenger who's only twenty four just barely starting to think about Mookie Betts becks is now twenty seven went from Boston to LA this offseason in a deal that took forever to consummate and Alex Bregman the twenty five year old villain now with the Astros who is so much better four in the wake of finding out that Houston Bregman has cheated over the last couple of seasons at least dating back to seventeen and some of eighteen that they've admitted to Bregman the MVP of the American League last year in my opinion ended up not finishing right behind trout and I kind of quantify things as non trout division because he should just get the award every year so I kind of say well other than trap who was the MVP this year you're competing against a legend the likes of which is going to go down as maybe the best players ever lived or one of them no one of the mount Rushmore baseball stars essentially and a guy that you'll meet people listening right now we're not gonna see another player like him probably in our
Bryce Harper has no regrets entering Year 2 with Phillies: 'Just so happy to be here'
"Mind a calendar year after Philadelphia made so many big moves Bryce Harper ended up there they were the focus of much of the offseason storyline I guess last year you couldn't go anywhere Scott without people saying what do you think Miller Machado Harper Machado are gonna end up now the Phillies seemingly after a disappointing year managerial change finer the radar a bit is is that fair to say still an incredible amount of talent secure for Bryce Harper but I find them kind of intriguing in a division that's just loaded loaded loaded loaded yeah I mean that that that east is going to be very interesting I mean I was at Matt's camp I think the day before I was in Jupiter perhaps it was either the day before I saw the cardinals or the day after I mean the Mets rotation I've got like six or seven starters buying for five spots you know it's not just a gram center guard but it's strong man and I mean even Rick Porcello who has a sigh young on his resume and or sell and and and Michael Walker and you know I mean it pieces could fall together well there you know Atlanta is done really well the last couple years and yeah I mean in clear water today you know a ton of optimism I mean you know you would think you know Bryce Harper is kind of on the Manny Machado program both of them had such chaotic offseasons a year ago that you know you would think with everything calmed down yeah baby our world in his second year have a have or even you know better year last year or so so some of these numbers you know we were pretty good but others by his standards warrant I'm talking to him today yeah the biggest thing disappointed in him as he finished with a less than a hundred walks in he said there's no way I should ever have less than our walk so yeah that suggested that he would you know he was kind of maybe a little too eager not as patient last year but you think of our comes back big thing with them is that somebody injuries last year you don't have a conscience back yes I don't know if he's gonna be ready for the start of the season but he should be ready shortly there after yeah Koch and you know they were her last year with with this many you know knee injury Arianna was hurt hello while last year the young couple their relievers war the LG but if I get a little bit of good good lot of hell yeah JT real Miro's probably that is gonna catchers there is in the game right now and yeah you put him in Bryce Harper yeah add a DD Gregorius from the Yankees he'll play shortstop and she's a girl bounce over to sac and there's there's a lot to like about this team you know I heard all of the bounce back year but they added yeah nation as well Yolanda talent we will get over that side this you were there last year and holy cow you just you know look at and what they have on paper all of the guys they can throw at you during the spring so these games when you see you know twenty five thirty guys it's it's remarkable so that that division is going to be some to see and I don't know make maybe the nationals team that actually won the World Series maybe they're fine under the radar as well because of everything so maybe some you know sleeping giants in the NL east from a storyline standpoint yeah exactly I mean you're right I will talk about the bats in the Phillies and and yeah all the national there yeah and by the way there already we're dealing like the forgotten team looks like you're right could you imagine he's going to beat them last year and then this all came out and they were sharing a complex is all that would be so bad that it would be first of all you're right just in the west Palm Beach it would be really awkward at that complex second of all for baseball I mean thank god I didn't wait a second time in three years last year that would be it would be even worse than it is right now Scott Miller from bleacher report Turner sports big league
NBA trade deadline: Winners, losers and teams in between
"Flurry of trades in the NBA a blockbuster in baseball mortar common colds to memorialize Kobe Bryant and highly visible way joined by ESPN's Howard Bryant good morning hours good morning Scott how are you I'm fine thanks is awesome aggressive deals in the NBA trade at the trade deadline who do you rack up as the winners and losers well and I'm not sure about the winners and losers of the trade deadline but certainly the winners and losers right now of the first half of the season you've got a look at the Lakers in the west and and the Milwaukee Bucks I think they are head and shoulders above everybody else how could you hold on for a moment our you know head yes government for you almost got me for a second there's got yeah Milwaukee is terrific and and they're great they're holding on the crushed Philadelphia the other night I thought coming into the season it was gonna be Philadelphia Milwaukee Los Angeles and Los Angeles Lakers and the clippers but I'm not too sure about the other two yet but we've got a long way to go I think trade deadline wise I think Miami Heat got much much better they got on great good dollar they made a very good deal with Memphis I think that Philadelphia tried to shore up of making a deal with with the warriors and de Angelo Russell going to Minnesota who knows what that's gonna do maybe there's a late run there but the bottom line is coming forward right now I still think that you've got two teams in this league disappointed the Boston Celtics didn't do anything but I think it's the box and the Lakers right now an official memorial for Kobe Bryant's been set for February twenty fourth they've been calls to make his image a permanent part of the game you even rent a Poland that did I did I read a little Twitter poll this morning which was soundly rejected to replace Kobe Bryant is Jerry west to is the logo of the NBA with cut him a cell away from the silhouette of your request yes absolutely and it would have been fitting in some ways because Jerry west was the the man behind making sure Kobe Bryant ended up with the Lakers making that draft day trade with the Charlotte Hornets and I I understand add on one on one level the need or they want to want to memorialize Kobe I also understand that the NBA has been around since nineteen forty seven and maybe it's time to create a new logo Jerry west has been there fifty years since nineteen sixty nine however I do think that if you're going to think about and I'm a new logo or and a modern logo it's probably got to be Michael Jordan right or but I got an arm and a leg yeah but I also understand the desire right now for people to feel that something should be done for Kobe Bryant after after all that happened Boston Red Sox LA Dodgers Minnesota Twins switching sports agreed to a three team trade Tuesday that's been perhaps delay it has been delayed because of some medical records Mookie Betts has what they call a generational player MVP Golden Gloves traded to the Dodgers are the red Sox making the worst roster decision since they sold Babe Ruth's contract well if you red Sox fans are very happy about it especially because it's a generational player Mookie Betts is a beloved player two years ago he wins the M. B. P. and they won the World Series you're looking at a guy that fans just adore and it's a very cynical move in some ways but it also may very well be a huge business deal for them because number one we know that super star players now at this level after Manny Machado deal after the Bryce Harper deal your it in and now the the Gerrit Cole deal you're looking at three hundred and fifty four hundred million dollars to sign a player and if Mookie Betts didn't want to play with the red Sox will find out over the next several weeks and months if that was the case then of course they had to move them but on the other hand if that's not the case the red Sox are a super power they can sign whoever they want they've got money it's looking like a cynical deal we will see I'm good at and by the way I got as you know your cubs aren't far behind because you've got a guy like Chris Brian who's another cornerstone player and what does that mean for the cubs keep these players and the fans love him yeah thank you very much ESPN's Howard Bryant thanks so much no my pleasure
Blockbuster deal: Red Sox agree to trade Mookie Betts, David Price to Dodgers
"So the dodgers Red Sox have agreed to a blockbuster deal two thousand eighteen. Al Mvp Mookie. Betts and pitcher. David price have been traded to Los Angeles. Is it monkey the second best player in baseball. My crazy I thought it was Mike. Troughton mookie Betts might not now in the three-team team deal the dodgers. Since outfield Alex Vertigo to Boston and Kenza Majeida to the twins and the Red Sox also receive pitching prospects bruised doc from Minnesota clearly. Obviously a money thing for Boston it has they WanNa get below the luxury tax threshold price as a three year. Ninety six nine dollar deal and mookie designed a Deal as well okay. Okay I got a taste of first of all dodgers are very well run and in the dodgers do not spend. They're very smart. They spend a lot more than they do. They have a ton. The dodgers have great farm system and everybody they bring up works like everybody so they spend a lot of money on research and development development. They have passed. They passed on Harper. They passed on Zach grinky they passed on somebody else. That was expensive. Manny Machado. That didn't go all in on him. So for the dodgers to go in on McKee bets. It tells you he's a he's a day. One changed the franchise talents superstar or star. Yes he is the second best player in the sport. I don't know what his war consecutive gold glove last year. Obviously when AOL. MVP and she says. How are the red sox struggling struggling with money? I don't get it. I thought it was the Yankees made the most money because they have the necessary they have a regional network. That's a cash cow so yankees make the most money. Isn't it like dodgers Red Sox.
"machado" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Studio. Had it exactly this moment and handed it to me because that the amount of fifty nine minutes and fifty seven seconds can't believe that you planned that. Can you imagine there's a knock on the door cameron. It's your baby. It's it's two and a half December when you had her. What and then you then you just puff of smoke over here? I was recording updates. It's like it's like it's put it but I'm to nobody it is. It's been such a pleasure to speak with you. Thank you so much for taking the time of Gordon I I'm I'm so scared. I feel so spooked out and I can't wait to spend the rest of my day in this place. After sweating everything is sorted through. Yeah congrats on on. All all of your well-deserved success and so much more from you in the future. Thank you Before I send you back into your day hours hoping that you would shout out Queiro oh person place or thing made you feel like you could be who you are today yes So my Queiroz my friend and an Anna's amazing and and I so I am. I came to college and and was actually the person who came into school. I'm by I'm here. I'm queer. Everything is great and I was like I want to be like her and the way that she would talk about her feelings and what she wanted and what she suddenly was like everything felt possible and she helped me put language to stuff that I had i. She's real the first escapers new and wonderful and she was in my wedding and I was in hers. We've been friends for a long meantime. Thank you thank you so much for having me UH..
ABC has another 'All in the Family,' 'Good Times' live special in the works
"ABC is gonna do another one of those live in front of a studio audience specials featuring an episode of all the family in a positive good times they did one which was all in the family and the Jeffersons the main cast all the family is going to stay the same woody Harrelson is gonna be Archie Morissette Thome's Edith Ellie clamber Ellie Kemper that's Kimmy Schmidt aren't that are carried O. K. she played Gloria Gloria and I'd bernholz played a Mike they're being joined by Kevin bacon Jesse Eisenberg Justina Machado I don't know who they'll player we even when I was I guess they take an old episode actual episode reenact of a studio audience you know who did a really great all in the family episode was way back nineties I guess is in living in living color I got it was so funny they acted out they acted it out and it was just fantastic that was a
"machado" Discussed on Slate's Live at Politics and Prose
"I I jumped at the chance to introduce Carmen Machado as I am not only a huge fan of her body and other parties. As I'm sure pretty much all of you here are but this latest book resonated did with me in a way. That hasn't happened for a really long time as a survivor of domestic violence. Myself I can tell you that the only other people who can truly understand what you've been through or other survivors and Machado story is far too familiar for far too many of us however a whole new level of complexity is added here in that she writes about a queer relationship which is something that has been all but absent in literature until now in the dream house brilliantly flips the entire John of nonfiction on its head with chapters that recount her volatile experiences with a pass partner while infusing essays about the history stereotypes and current reality of of abuse in queer relationships. Form and genre are suggestions rather than limitations for Machado as she offers reader readers everything from pop culture references like like Star Trek and a choose your own ending chapter two informative footnotes that are often as gripping as the text itself there are also meditations on feminist in queer theory while this book delves into the dark places of love and ultimately the end of love. There's a surprising hope at the end. That is neither overly Saccharin nor expected as she says in her dedication. If you need this book it is for you and as it turns out we all need this book in the dream. House House has received starred reviews from Qurqus Book List and publishers. Weekly and is the number one indie next pick for November twenty nineteen it was also named one of publisher weekly's best nonfiction books of the year. Basically what I'm saying is you need to buy this book. In conversation with Machado tonight is genie. Banescu oh author of the class. I and most recently things we didn't talk about when I was a girl. Her writing has appeared in the believer. The New York Times Modern Love and New Yorker worker dot com among many others. She lives in Baltimore and is an assistant professor of English Italian University so now please help me welcome to politics and prose gene even Lasko and Carmen Maria Machado..
Rochester diocese, facing flood of sex-abuse claims, files for bankruptcy protection
"Another Catholic diocese has declared bankruptcy tied to lawsuits over the sexual abuse of children A. P. is a Julie Walker reports the diocese of Rochester New York became the twentieth nationwide and the first to New York bishop Salvator Machado says it was a painful and difficult decision but the only way to fairly compensate all the victims of sex abuse by clergy he also says it's not a ploy to hide sensitive church documents I don't see this in any way as a tactic a reasonable person would look at the claims and the demands that are before us demands approaching a hundred million as of Monday six hundred and thirty nine cases have been filed in New York under the state's new child victims act which to lift the statute of limitations and gives accusers a year to file older sex abuse claims I'm Julie
Manny Machado, Padres And Orioles discussed on After Hours With Amy Lawrence
"Manny machado five and a half years in baltimore left via free agency returned last night but the badran's and got cheered definitely different and you know who's different a great experience you know it's a bittersweet come back home there are lots of the community myself and my wife we did a lot for this ball club and you know for that for the fancier we're shows love you knows that for seven years while we're while is here so you know nice nice to hear them again shadow homer the padres beat the orioles eight to three the orioles are four and eighteen in june the tigers are four and sixteen in june loss of texas
Red Sox beat White Sox 6-3 in rain
"In the american league it's the twins with a nine four win over the raise the red sox doubled up the white sox six to three the royals picked off the indians eight six the rangers down the tigers five to three national league braves three cubs to the nationals erase the marlins six to one final from phoenix dodgers hold off the diamondbacks three two and the final from san francisco giants four rockies to delete the only game still ongoing bottom eight anaheim angels five to one on the reds the mariners defeated the brewers eight three the as knocked off the cardinal seventy-three saint louis closer jordan hicks will undergo tommy john surgery today astros five to one over the pirates and a successful return to baltimore for manny machado he hit a home run for his padres says they one eight two three in
Padres And Manny Machado discussed on Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Ford Sports Open Line
"Padres afraid of the oreos eight the two bottom sixty camden yards as the return manny machado got a standing ovation in his first fat and homered in his second is seventeenth on
"machado" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"This is I think you prefer. The other in the outfield. You don't really care. You know? I think Senator fields the most fun. Everyone says the easiest to play. Yeah. You get the best if he can run and play it. Right. Exactly. And and obviously there's the most space out there. But you can see location of and the break on the pitch you see swings better. So that's that's that's why it's the easiest have you? Obviously as everyone knows Mike is a guy who comes from a a great background as far as great athletic background with his parents. Are you happy with what you've accomplished so far? Are you wanting for more? You gotta say, hey, look what I've accomplished in four years here. You know, I've had this year had that. Yeah. I did some big things, you know, people expect a lot from are you are you content with that or not content with what you've accomplished? I can't say that. I am content. You know, I think. I've been left with less than I set out for each of those four years, you know, we get so close to winning the World Series. Led most of those games. Most most innings in those games came up short next year. I got sent down twice the year after that was a great year. But, but you know, left with that injury. And then last year was was part of the year was great part of the year wasn't so great. So. I've reached some milestones. I've reached the big leagues. Probably a little bit quicker than I anticipated. And I've been in this league for for three years plus four years. I guess I've been in the big leagues. And and so those are some milestones and a proud of. But I'm still hungry. You know, I want to get a lot better. I think there's a lot of room for me to grow. There's a lot of guys that I can learn from in this clubhouse. So. I won't be satisfied until we're the last team standing, you know, the one thing that has been pronounced as you've had a couple of slumps that will long a couple of prolonged slumps. Are you really hard on yourself when you get in a slump? You beat yourself up with the first choice where you were very young the second one. I thought was more probably injuries than anything else says you weren't you play into suing last year. It was at that. Or you just real hard on yourself Dr to slump. I think everybody beats him up. We are all competitors. We're all perfectionists in some ways. We we want to see the ball land in the grass, we wanna see Atlanta seats. So nobody's harder on our on, you know, on us than ourselves. But what I've learned over the over. The course of four years I've been in the big leagues is it's those guys that stay on that even kill, you know, whether they're mega confident, you know, the the Bryce Harper Machado Machado's, you know, those guys or you're the Mike trout just steady right in the middle. You know, those guys that stay in the middle. They don't get too high. They don't get too low. They stay at the same level. And so that's what I've learned from from from watching some great players. You're a veteran guy here who is a big Coggin in this thing. I mean, they're not doing anything without you. You're right in the middle of their plans right in the middle of the lineup got London faces. Now this year they brought in a catcher they brought in Kano. They brought in the closer. They brought familiar bat. They've in some offensive guys. They brought in some guys the play on the infield. They got a couple of youngsters coming up from the minor leagues. Who hope? Can hit a different group? Very different. Maybe some better depth the baby little longer lineup. What what do you sense when you look at this group this year, a lot of new faces lot of new faces on the front office in the training staff and the medical staff, obviously, the clubhouse like we said earlier, I think lagaras is the longest tenured met now. So. You know, I think I see a lot of very very good players. Very very good workers. Robinson can no surprises me every day with with the extra work that he does. His ability to to bring Rosario along with them. Peter Lonzo the everybody gravitates toward this guy. In in brief conversations. You know, we got a lot of guys right now. So it's tough to really get a lot of time with with the guys that are going to be going with this New York. But. Just good guys. I mean, just. Less. You got really ugly for a while you play through all that. And then late in the season. I know everyone's ignoring you guys ended that point. But you guys played hard and played pretty well. The second list fifty games or so after having a dreadful stretch there for a couple of months where men you were the only guy was doing anything offensively. You weren't your numbers were Nimick as a team that was a tough time to go through. And you guys came out the other side of it at least and didn't stop playing. I mean that was that anything you gain anything from last is experience. So I think we took some pride, you know, as as the young young core was was was able to kind of play together a little bit in that second half, June was June was tough man, June was was a grind. But. You know, we we kind of looked around. And we we said, hey, we got fifty games left. You know, sixty games left. Let's make the most out of this. Let's let's win as many games as we can. Let's do some things as a team. Let's let's try to be a little bit better with that situational hitting put the ball in play do some things on the basis and play good defense. And I think, you know, we rallied around, you know, maybe just just a little thing or may not a little thing. But degrom in that race for the Cy Young. I mean we wanted to put up runs for him. We wanted to put bronze for great starting staff that helps a lot when you. Oh, yeah. Unbelievable, great starting staff, and you know, so I think we rally around each other a little bit, you know, being a young court and guys that we've played together for for a long time in the minor leagues. You know with all this stuff that goes on now with the shifts and everything else, and the all the analytics, you guys been around sports your whole life. Have you changed your approach with all that stuff has made? You change your approaches ahead do things the same way. Well, it's something that I want to work on for sure. When I when I see Robinson. You know, just hitting a line drive right through that whole a few times this spring. You know, I think that's a that's a big part of the. Do that. He said it to me they said he was working in you, can and you can tell that. He's he's looking at go that way, you can see it in the way, he works in the cage, you can see it. And he you know, he he takes pride in being able to manipulate that barrel and shoot the ball. The other way. I think you know, I can definitely use a little bit of that in my game. You know, not so much homerun or nothing. You know, let's take with the pitcher gives us and. Team stay away from left handed hitters a little bit too. I think it really is having a right handed hitters in the lineup. Yeah. I mean, keep keep two guys on each side of the infield. And you gotta righty up there. But. You know, I think that's definitely something that we as a team can adopt and try to work on. And I think that's the mentality that Mickey and chilly and Brody are trying to help us with is is let's be a little bit more team oriented. You know, we don't we don't gotta hit the ball in the seats. Every time we we can play baseball. We can play small ball times and beat the teams that just want to hit the ball and seats. Well, listen to stay healthy this year. Thanks for a couple of minutes. Always a pleasure. Thank you, Mike. Appreciate it. Mike. Michael Conforto back after this. Thank you. Calling all wine lovers. Come out to Meadowlands.
"machado" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"To sports talk radio there at nauseam over the last few weeks and to be feeding clear Phillies fans display all they've done. What they've done has been extraordinary despite all they've done. This off season would be considered an utter failure as affiliates. Don't walk away with Manny Machado. I can I can guarantee you for certain the front office is here. That. And I think no matter what it takes whether it's three thirty or three fifty or even north of that. I didn't the Phillies will do whatever is required to get done. Yeah. I said to Scott Miller, my sense was that John Middleton who made the comment about the Phillies, you know, perhaps spending stupid money. He would basically have to grab the steering wheel away from the front office analysts. What do you think? I I agree. I mean, those if they find a way not to to pull in Harper tho those are going to be word that he eats for very long time. I can assure you of that. All right. Let's talk about Manny Machado earlier in the week. I wrote a column in which I suggested that. I mean, I flat out don't think that the timing of the Machado signing is right because I don't think they're pitching develop enough. We we know that they have is tremendous wave of prospects coming you, send me a note after that though that maybe disagree a little bit both to an extent, I agree into an extent. I don't offer you both sides of the aisle. Here's the Padres. Lost ninety six games last season. And now have agreed to three hundred million dollar deal with Machado in that dynamic is practically without precedent. Before yesterday. There had been thirty nine nine figure contracts handed out to free agents in major league history. But only two of them were signed by team that won fewer than seventy games the previous season the oath. Dick's cubs. Went sixty six ninety six signed Alfonso Soriano to one hundred and thirty six million dollar deal. The twenty ten nationals went sixty nine ninety three. They signed Jason worth to a one hundred and twenty six million dollar deal. But the Padres of the top ranked form system, according to baseball America among other outlets, including our own law since two thousand five thirteen of the fourteen teams with that number one distinction made the playoffs BUSTER within two years. And the only exception was the twenty eleven royals and they wound up making it to back to back World Series in two thousand fourteen and twenty fifty. So let me ask you if you were Peter Seidler who is the owner of the Padres. And he's the one who's making like that not a general manager like AJ prowler. Would you have made the same decision that would have made the exact same decision? This is this is a city. In a franchise now that has the opportunity to explode because of the because the chargers have left they play in as we all know the best climate in America. Now have the opportunity to be the biggest show in town. I think Manny Machado though, he isn't Bryce Harper. In terms of celebrity is probably that present a better baseball player. Just in terms of his tools, Dan, Bryce Harper is I will go on record as saying that he will be well worth three hundred million dollars over the next ten years. And I will also point out that the five year player option is not something that shouldn't should should go without being mentioned because as you know, the collective bargaining agreement expires after three years, you never know what the market might look like in five a really shrewd move by Manny Machado when his representation to give them that player option after five years. Yeah. Dan, Lozano the agent for Manny Machado has gotten a lot of compliments from other agents that I've heard and executives for getting this deal done. I wrote a piece the other day about Bryce Harper. Manny Machado, essentially that whichever guide takes the Phillies money. If in fact, they take the Phillies money, they'd better be ready to get dirty to go there and play really. Hard you as a Philly guy..
"machado" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And we're serious about it. It's not just talking. It's not trying to sell you guys on something it's actions, and it's going out and doing something, and it's motivating us players, especially when you see the front office doing stuff to to give you the right pieces that you need to be successful. So the beautiful thing about it. Now is it all is on us to to go out there and perform and do we can do. Eric hosmer is a great teammate known to be a great teammate. And he was asked the question. What does it mean for you to drop from the best compensated player on the team to the second best compensated player on the team? I wouldn't mind dropping a three to we. Go ahead and get some more guys a love, man. I want to win. That's that's that's the most important thing. That's what anybody else wants to do here. That's exactly what we're talked about this morning. That's the goal for this year. We wanna win no matter what it takes. And we're gonna do whatever we can max Scherzer nationals pitcher talked about Machado's contract for the game. Good for the stars in the game to get signed. Facing the game to get signed for a ten year contract. You see players this yon reach free agency. I know we have aging Kerr's. But when even when I've seen these eight incurs employers are still productive outs age thirty six so from a free agent standpoint to see a player get his prime covered. All the way out the h thirty six that's good for him. Here's Clayton Kershaw. The dodgers. Honestly, that's that's great. You know? I I don't know. Anytime you're in that echelon the player with being young. I don't know if it necessarily right number, you know, because you're obviously trying to set the path for future guys get to that point. But not the many guys get the free agency. If that's our level that a twenty six years old. So ten years seems fair for sure, and you know, getting that thirty years grade. So can't say I'm happy for forms. I guess Padres now. But you know, it's it's good to maybe get the market gone a little bit. Yeah. I know Clayton Kershaw. It says something, but it was completely distracted. Josh by the ping pong in the background Forrest Gump sign with the dodgers BUSTER. Sure sign of that one. It water para has on sportscenter with John Bucci buccigross. And he was asked the question are the Padres contenders. There will be yeah. Absolutely. In twenty twenty one. I just don't see it this year or next year. And I think this is where Manny Machado is going to have to be patient. He's already gone through some growing pains in Baltimore. He's seen what a winner looks like in Baltimore. He's seen it also last year in LA. So now, you have a winner first base and Eric hosmer and a winner at third base. Amanda machado. Let's see if the Padres. Now can get some pitching and get that young crew of guys up to the big leagues to see if they can come through our old friend. Bob Nightingale of USA today was on with Freddie and Fitz Simons, and he was asked as we move forward. What about if the Phillies don't get Bryce Harper records had a good winter? But I think it'd be perceived as a bust if they'll get a Harper, particularly since we're not getting Machado. So I'd be surprised if he doesn't end up there it we'll see we'll see guest over three hundred million or not. What Jared Weaver the former teammate of might try out a funny tweet overnight. He said, look if Manny Machado is going to get three hundred million dollars, Mike trout, it's gonna get a billion. Here's what Bob Nightingale said about what Machado's deal means for Mike trout. Interesting. He's what you know, your you're and a half older than Machado, you wait two more years while you're talking thirty years old or twenty nine so we'll see, but I think certainly the sweetener million dollar, Mark. It's like, okay. If you're giving this guy that kind of money when I'm gonna get it operated all the stuff for you regarding the angels..
"machado" Discussed on First and Last
"Huge news yesterday, of course, Manny Machado ten year contract. Three hundred million dollars guaranteed. Opt out after five if he wants to take it with the San Diego Padres, which now leaves Bryce Harper. What happens with Bryce Harper? All of the news is about the Phillies. That's the only team that is the giants. The nats. Have the big offer on the table. It seems like it's a matter of win. Not if he signs with the Philadelphia Phillies baseball insider, Jeff passan on how the Machado deal impacts, Bryce. I think Bryce Harper almost sees himself in his own stratosphere. It's almost like Manny Machado was the the baseball man's player this off season. Whereas Bryce Harper is the businessman's, and that's not to say that Bryce Harper isn't a great baseball player himself. But the impact that he can have off the field in sponsorship in marketing in ticket sales in growing the game in whatever city that he's going to be in is truly valuable. And that's what Scott Boris his agent is banking on. I think ultimately when it's all said and done whether it's Philadelphia Washington San Francisco team, we may not even know about still Bryce Harper's probably going to end up with a higher number, but likely tenure do. And now you give Harper tenure deal don't feel as concert. They're both twenty-six and Machado. But there are all of the other issues that you wanna go statistically fine. Let's look at the numbers. Listen to this. This is there. These are their numbers through seven seasons both of them through seven seasons. Both of them twenty six years old. Career average Harper to seventy nine Machado to eighty two pretty close. Average number of home runs per year..
"machado" Discussed on First and Last
"And he is that what it's going to be like from Chato or is he going to make too many questionable decisions. And caused too many questionable acts where we can't forget about. What are the Padres? Getting. That's what we don't know. But what would help them veteran leadership that USA today's Bob Nightingale says on Spain and Fitz. They don't really have. I think the only concern there is the Padres on have a whole lot of bench leadership. You know, the Yankees have been right there as they play with veterans in Baltimore in Los Angeles. You know to to sell it was going to be the guy who kind of disciplined people around there in LA. No, Adam Jones in in Baltimore. So we'll see you don't have that presence now. So they're not winning. I think it will be interesting. Yeah. It's the richest contract. Of its kind ten years three hundred million dollars. You are investigating investing thirty million bones a year into Manny Machado, and there are a lot of people including our own, Freddie. Coleman on ESPN radio who are suspicious cynical. I think those words fit to say the least Manny Machado is going to disappear because the San Diego Padres are not any good, and I'm understating this sniffy wins last year. Seventy one win the two thousand seventeen sixty eight to two thousand sixteen as a matter of fact, the last winning season for the sandiego Padres was two thousand and ten so you're going to get paid that kind of money if demand Machado, there's no doubt take the money and the tenure contract because for the next two years. The only time we're going to see or hear about you will be on highlights because Abe. Go Padres are not going to be any good for two years three years possibly for years. So take that money and run if you are Manny Machado, and he got that. But don't you have to know Dari nowkhah with your first and last that was pretty Coleman. You heard him last night on Freddie and Fitz him, but don't you have to know? If you're Machado, you're not signing into this deal with any expectations of winning this year and possibly not the next. But I think and I think a lot of people think the Padres will be one of the bigger surprises in baseball. It might be one of those teams that intil September is at least in a wildcard chase. They could be interesting. And by the way, Keith law the SPN zone who I have one thousand percent respect for because the dude knows his stuff says the Padres have the best farm system in baseball, those that think about this if they're in contention. They could if they're in contention at all come the trade deadline, potentially have the pieces to make a massive deal for a big time edition or to to help that team. And maybe all of a sudden they do become a contender this season. First and last podcast, first and last ESPN radio Dory. Noca- with you. I last brought to you by Pennzoil synthetics taking synthetic motor oil performance to a whole new level. Make the switch to Pennzoil synthetics today..
"machado" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"But but even if I don't. Like the numbers if the only way to get Manny Machado was three hundred million and ten years. Maybe it's worth it. Because you've got other teams seems like the White Sox who need an injection of stardom who need a player that can change the way their team looks to potential free agents. And if they're not willing to put up that extra two years because the White Sox reportedly were at eight years in about two hundred and fifty plus so more money over each year, but less money total and fewer years total. Is it worth saying that our valuation doesn't play out to that ten years? Or is it better to say we're going to eat it on the last couple. We might not even still have them around. He does have a five-year opt out, by the way. Many does. Of course, the team doesn't maybe still won't be around. Then or maybe we'll have made such good on the early years of the contract that it'll be worth it. These are of course, the questions the Padres were asking themselves in the rest of the rest of the league as he was willing to wait until he got the deal that he wanted. Now, there's at least one person who was pretty happy that his team didn't go all in. On on Machado's the little Yankees fan that s NY managed to catch with an immediate reaction to the news that Machado and sign with the Padres. Why not? Bye. Bye. Baby. I kid as Ardy secured deal on WFAN. I think I think that's the word going around. We might have to just lower his voice a couple actives because it sounds like a chipmunk, and that's not me bashing a small child. He's got incredible knowledge. Just my dogs have now run away from my house never to be seen again because of the pitch of that kid's voice. Yeah. He's happy. The didn't go after him a lot of people speaking out about the fact that they're okay with their team not being willing to go ten years three hundred million for a guy, especially guy like I said who said hustling ain't his Cup of tea, but this could be a massive deal for the Padres. And coming up next. We're going to talk to Richard Justice, MLB dot com. Correspondent to see what can be expected to the Padres. Now that they've added Machado. Also, what does this mean for the Harper deal and how quickly that might happen? And how big it might be. It's all coming up next pain and Fitz on ESPN radio. Spain and Fitz Manny Machado, three hundred million ten years to the Padres. A team that has never won the World Series has been out of the playoffs has been sort of irrelevant. But is this enough to make them relevant or was this just a money grab, and I get to live on the beach kinda deal. What does he expect from the team? What should we expect from the team? I'm gonna ask an expert Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio the espionage and siriusxm channel eighty Sarah Spain with you Jason Fitz. Gonna join me a little later in the show. ESPN radio's presented by progressive insurance. Let's set out to the shell Pennzoil performance line. We're Richard Justice from MLB dot com joins us, Richard..
"machado" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Not trust Manny Machado. They're both twenty six years of age. But I'd trust Bryce Harper more. Because I think that Bryce Harper once I think that when he had a down year last year, it could be one too much. It could be going all out. It could be. Being distracted because you care so much as opposed to somebody that's laws. They fear acting all nonchalant. Like, they don't give a damn particularly come post these at time. I got a problem with that. Oh, no about anybody else. But that's me. I don't get this. I don't understand it. And if you the New York Yankees, don't you dare? Don't you dare? I don't give a damn about. What? Aaron judge said. He'll move to any way. They want to anything it takes to get rice. Hopper. Wait a minute. Wait a second here. New York Yankees. You got to the postseason without these dudes? And quite frankly, the cantata you invested in bats and not invested enough in pitching. I know you just sound Severino to an extent that's not where I'm going. How about going out there and getting a couple of Acis? How about making sure and Yankee pinstripes, we get a version of smoke thing, glavin and medics together. Back in the day with the Braves how about bringing that to Yankee Stadium. How about bringing that to the Bronx? How about the exorbitant prices that you charge people getting stuck in traffic on f the all oughta cost Brock's, making sure that they got to go to all of that. And then pay fifty dollars for pretzel and pop. You make sue you ain't going home in L D S that you have a deferred to the greatness, Boston Red Sox. You'll get Giancarlo Stanton. Big-name south beach, smack in home runs and south breach. And getting the whole waterfowl and figure out what the hell they would do it up there at the Marlins park. But when that brother came to the Bronx, I'm sorry. I thought it was Martinez. We were talking about it. Boston I taught thought that that the. the broth that's the brother that was balling. I'm just saying let's keep this all in perspective. I love Bryce opera. Love to see Bryce Harper. Here. It ain't a priority. If judge is healthy.
"machado" Discussed on You're Wrong... And Here's Why
"All right. We return third and final segment. Say Gregory, this has gone on forever. I feel like this is the thirteenth or fourteenth episode in which we've talked about Bryce Harper Manny Machado, and I'm hoping this is going to be the last one for the while because I believe Bryce Harper and Manny Machado will both sign within the next week. And let me tell you why pitchers and catchers reported baseball season is here, my friend, and these guys it's the time the time to the time to wait. And wait this thing out is over. I honestly think that both guys were stubbornly waiting for the other one to sign I do because there's benefits tangible benefits, I guess more so for Machado, but but Harper as well, so especially with these short term deals like. There's been talk that you know, the Padres. And the giants would be interested in short-term lucrative contracts for Harper. Let's call it something like the two year eighty million dollar range if that happens, then all of a sudden you're looking at a bidding war between Philadelphia and Chicago for Manny Machado for the record. I believe when this is all said and done Machado's white sock Harper's affiliate, but Harper Machado would stanch make more money if Harper signed and all of a sudden you had to teams desperately fighting for a services and with one of them knowing they're not going to get one of the major free agents. They were hoping for this off season for Harper. I don't know it's it's a little bit a little bit different a little bit less clear. Why he would wait? I guess maybe the upside for him and waiting is if Machado happens to get a deal that is bigger than expected. Then there's more leverage for Harper to get a bigger deal as well. But the. Times come the time has gone. Both of these guys are going to be in camps by the time. We talk next week. I'm so sick of both of these guys for sure I'm so sick of major league baseball free agency in general this used to be the hot stove, Chris. They used to be the hot stove now. I don't know what it is. It's like, it's a deep freezer. Dick euless like, it's the yeti cooler of of, you know, transactional talk when it comes to free agency. It's the most boring drawn out absolute just like snooze fest. And you know, what's going to happen is Bryce Harper is going to sign I he's gonna sign I because there's only one bidder there's only one bidder that's willing to give him the amount of years and the amount of money that he's looking for or at least close to it this Chicago get involved in that if they lose Machado to call it San Diego. No, San Diego's not getting anyone I've every year San Diego pops up is this team that they might sign this guy. They might sign that guy. They're going to be interested in talking to them. And they ended up with Ryan Klesko. That's that's just what happens they made a big signing last year that they immediately regret, and whose name escapes me the first baseman, I think, but I don't know Gonzales. No Adrian Gonzales was before he went to the dodgers. This is it's a broken system for sure though. So when we look at this Bryce Harper Manny Machado, Dallas kaikal Craig kimbrel. Mike moustache is Marlin Gonzalez GIO Gonzalez. Adam Jones, all of these guys Jose glaciation. Josh Harrison clay Buchholz servants Santana. Evan gattis. All these guys still unsigned still without teams as pitchers and catchers report. It's crazy. You know in a lot of this. I do think that once that I know falls, the other ones are gonna come very quickly after there's been a lot of talk about Philadelphia wants to sign Harper kaikal and kimbrel. I don't that's going to be challenging salary cap wise at this point, we got cigar money, man..
"machado" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Up rest of this hour at eight five five two one two four two two seven. We can talk about the NBA season getting underway. We and talk about the college football has been played so far this afternoon and be night games. I'm going right now. Washington state jumped out to a nice thirteen nothing lead over Oregon and got the ball in Oregon territory again threatening to add to their thirteen point lead deductive done nothing offense. So far we have talked about week seven in the National Football League. I give you a couple of games that I like, hey, first time this year three and on my college picks and both good and bad. You make your pick your make your picture on your you live with them. I only pick two games one game. I felt strongly about I about the winner and the total in the game. I thought the temple owls who after losing their opener. Tbilisi Alva a subdivision team and. Income and glac can get beaten by buffalo week number two. Looks like their season was lost. As a matter of fact, but we found out the buffaloes are pretty darn good team. And they stub their tell week one against Villanova. Shame on the owls, but but they ripped off three in a row all conference wins. They played tough at BC als are a pretty good team. Now taking on Cincinnati who had fought their way into the top twenty five undefeated. But it played absolutely nobody. And I thought they could have a tough time coming into Philly and playing and they did today temple scores late to tie it and send it in overtime win it in overtime twenty four seventeen. So I had both temple minus three and the under in that game, which was forty eight. So I hit on both ends and kind of double downing on my temple play. I took buffalo who was a one point favorite on the road today against Toledo and a just flat out been a better team. And they won handily. The only problem with it was. Both games were played at noon. So my rooting interest on my picks were done by three thirty Sonam just casually sitting back and observing and watching the rest of the college football weekend. I want to chime in on any that you can update on the baseball front mentioned Christian yelich solo Homer gives Milwaukee early lead. Dodges come up in the top of the second say, not so fast. My friend get a to spot back immediately to take the lead themselves a monster home run measured at four hundred and twenty five feet by Cody Bellinger off jewel Sassine drive in Manny Machado. Who had reached base just before? Bellinger, went yard on a bunch of single. And I've really been surprised by the reaction. It's come down this week gun. Manny Machado Machado made to let's just say questionable. Moves this week on a bang bang play at first base in this series. He stepped on the back foot back at the foot of the brewers ages Aguilar, and everyone is chiding it as a dirty play. I will not say I think it was a complete accident. I think Machado knew where he was planting his when he planted his foot if that makes it a dirty play in your mind. I can't deny that. You've you think start. I can't say it's not dirty. But I think it was a baseball play. And sometimes baseball plays can be physical like sliding into second base. If you slide cleanly and go straight at the bag, and you take out the legs of the second baseman. You can potentially injured the second baseman. But it's within the rules. Now, you can say that you believe that it's dirty. But if it's not blatantly breaking a rule, a only be so dirty on the given play in question. Goulart had his foot all over the base. The first baseman job is to get to the edge of the base and stretch out and have only the top of his. Goes on the base you're supposed to give the runner the entire bag. If you don't then your foot is kind of open game. And I thought the fall the fallout from this quote unquote, dirty play that Manny Machado had made was over the top. Then Manny does an interview with Kenny Rosenthal from plaques and MLB network. One of the best insiders athletic on the print side in all of baseball and Kenny gets Manny to say because it was a play here in the postseason easy ground ball. The second base, basically, Manny jog down. I he's not the only one who does this. I don't like it anytime anybody does it. And I think the man has every right to get in the players face. When he does something like that and say, this is not the way we play baseball. We run hard every single play. Even if it's a ninety nine point nine percent chance that we're going to be out. So he took some critique for that. And in talking with Kenny Rosenthal. After the fact he said, I'm never going to be one of those Johnny hustle guys. That's just not the way that I play the game. And I think again, it was an honest answer. But it was probably a very mistimed answer 'cause Machado is just about the open market. He's gonna make a mega pay day as a free agent as young as he is as good as he is playing a key position like shortstop man, he's to get paid. And he's gonna get paid big. He probably cost himself ten thousand dollars twelve thousand dollars fifteen thousand dollars. If you're thinking about a five six seven or eight year deal. And that's what man he's gonna command. He's gonna get five minimum. I don't think he's getting ten. He's probably gonna get seven or eight year deal. And it's going to be an excess of twenty million prior. It's probably going to be in excess of. Twenty five million prior it might stretch up to closer to thirty million per. Well, if there's a whole bunch teams that don't get involved because they don't want a guy who readily going to admit and be up front about not being a Johnny hostile player. There might be a bunch teams that come out of the Manny Machado mix. There's a whole bunch of come out to begin with because they can't afford to pay anybody twenty five or twenty six or twenty seven million per let alone for five six or seven years. So Manny is chopping down. The number of teams that are going to have interested him. He didn't help himself with that. That's on him. That's on a poor. Just God awful timing to come out and decide you're going to be really honest and say something that you mean? Self-defeating is what it is more than anything else when it comes to purse-strings and his ability to make money has a free agent during this off season. But here's the thing that annoys me I've heard several callers and a couple of media members make the statement. Yeah. You know, I don't want Manny Machado. He's a bad guy on a team. He's a bad guy in the clubhouse. He's a bad teammate. Could you do me a favor? Could you Google at for me? Manny Machado bad teammate, Manny Machado Machado, clubhouse problem. This all came together in the last seven days is that what you tell me he's been in a big league for years and now he's a troubled teammate. Now, he's a bad guy in your locker room because of what he's done in this one week, which by the way, he's been as productive offensive player at the dodgers had here in the postseason. And if they go back to the World Series leave because Mattie Machado as any other one individual dodger. But oh, I don't want him on my team because he's a he's a bad guy in a locker room. He's a bad teammate funny. It's never come before. Nobody's ever said this before but because he stepped on a first basements foot. And because he put out a foolish statement that he's not a Johnny Hutzel kind of guy that makes them a bad club outs influence, please stop. If I can get Manny Machado on a good baseball deal and a good baseball deal for me would be five years. Hundred thirty five million hundred and forty he's gonna get twenty five. Twenty five is the minimum. Twenty six one hundred and thirty five years one hundred thirty million dollars. I signed up matting Machado tomorrow. Eight five five two one two four two two seven Brandon from San Diego states up on CBS sports radio. Brandon. Hey, Miss America. How you doing the single? How you doing? I'm doing great. It's a beautiful day down here in San Diego. Okay. Do you have anything other than beautiful sandy days in San Diego? Yes, sir. I actually do a it's more of a question, but I feel as a longtime born and bred Iowa Hawkeye fan. I think that the rest of the big ten should be on alert. I think Penn State should get ready for next week's two thirty in the afternoon game. The Hawkeyes scored one hundred and seven points in the last three games. And I think that the big ten is upper grabs especially with the fact that Ohio State is struggling a little bit right now with Purdue. And I just wanted to know what you think about the Hawkeyes at six sixty one believing that they should have beat that Wisconsin team. They had control of that game. The entire game minus a too crazy turnover. Well, what it coulda shoulda two games in the books, and it's not going to change. And it's not going to come off their one loss record. They're not undefeated. But there are one loss team in it wasn't a terrible loss. And. Yeah. Gopi Penn State at Penn State next week. Absolutely. You can you can throw your chest out and go we want Michigan. We want Ohio State. We want anybody in the ten. We're ready to take on all comers. Gobi Penn State for me next week. And then I'll put you on that on that pedestal. I'm not ready to go there. Just yet. It's a little bit of a payback game. So looking forward to it. You've got it. I appreciate the call. Enjoy the continued good weather in San Diego. When do they not have good weather in San Diego? It's like seventy five degrees there three hundred out of three hundred sixty five days summer, seventy five seventy five winter. It's seventy two sprang at seventy five. Yeah. That's not a bad way to live. If you ask me, Ernie from Tennessee's up on CBS, sports radio a aren't. There was something. I like about you. I heard you say in your dad was GM of my of my cardinal re eighty two championship team, my friend. I was the is boy, why do you Herzog? Yeah. That makes me happy to know. Okay. Cardinal fan through and through and. Got surprised by Houston the way, they be hit the Red Sox. But. Well, we can. Oh with it. And it's not gonna be the Yankees. So I'll be okay with. Don't gave the Red Sox. You're okay. If the Red Sox win the World Series. Yeah. But I'm pulling for I'm pulling for Milwaukee to get there. Because milwaukee. It's a pretty good baseball too. And not the dodgers don't deserve it. But they they've been there. Plenty of towns. Right. That's why I'm rooting for the Bruins. Dave. Eighty two when they were beaten by those Saint Louis cardinals. Yeah. That was that was a really good World Service. The other thing I called about my dolphins were you were pretty decent one week. And but I think we're still better than we were in rock Osweiler foaming don't let them fool. You. Don't don't go there any I'm telling you right now. Don't let him pull you don't let 'em really in. He's Brock Osweiler. He might have had a good game last week. It's not going to last if you're facing fortunes say at the feet of Brock Osweiler by the end of the season, you're going to be disappointed. I put my faith in the Severn. Wait camera. Wake is the main reason why I think if my dolphins ever pretty fair to your whole lot to do with. He he and the Fitzpatrick care. I agree. The dolphins if the dolphins can hang around five hundred being a wildcard mix, which I'm not sure I can I would say, no. But if they do I would believe it would be much more because of defense and offense. Patrick kid is really good from Alabama. He's a player. He's he's and he's going to be very good for years to come. And timberlake's not bad either. The dolphin defence. Is that good? That's how they if they're going to win games. And that's how they're going to win games. Not love with the dolphin offense. Albert Wilson has been a big play player for them the last couple of weeks..
"machado" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Let's not waste any time best for last after almost three hours. Colin apparently hasn't gotten to the point yet. Quit holding out on us coward it's the best for less alright series tied at two went thirteen innings last night. Cody Bellinger who didn't start was off to a one for twenty to start in the series got plugged in the eighth, and then in the thirteenth drove in Manny, Machado and Tom Verduci FOX, baseball analyst is joining us. Okay, let's start with Manny Machado. I said this earlier, Tom sports has a his. History of agitators, Rodman lamb, beer, Richard Sherman, Josh Norman, they are poking the ribs get in your head. I could argue Manny Machado. Nobody was at risk physically. He was a troll last night. They called a troll on the internet. He's getting into Milwaukee's head. He's had a tremendous series. I'm not. I've seen this my whole life in sports, but my guess is Milwaukee, doesn't see it that way. You talked to Christian yelich. What did he say? Well, he had no problem calling out Manny Machado calling that a dirty play by a dirty player and Khan. I think the reason he was so bothered by was because you had Aggie lar the first basement in a vulnerable position, and they saw that as a play by a channel that was not necessary and was reckless. So yeah, I mean, listen, Manny, of course, it's a good word to use a troll in this case on the field, at least because he's in middle of so many storms. You begin to believe that maybe he is the storm. Well, here's the thing. My favorite baseball player of all time was George Brett, but if you Google his career, he missed twenty-five thirty games a year. Machado doesn't miss any. He plays every day. He doesn't always run hard to I, but he's wildly productive. He's one of the five stars in the sports. And I gotta be honest, I, it's, I grew up with our Bosque, Mickey rivers, all sorts of Mark Federick Ricky Henderson, quirky guys, Machado's got an ego. Oh, I think he's I would. I mean, listen, the cubs were the Yankees are going to go after him, right? Like this isn't going to dissuade teams from going after Machado right. No, I don't think so. Listen, I think what you're talking about is the guy who shows his frustrations on the field in ways that really probably are not professional, not running a ball out the play at first base last night that will not dissuade people from giving this guy, three hundred million dollars plus because of the talent and the ability. In fact, you saw that in the thirteenth inning. His read on first base on that ball in the dirt was incredible, gets the second base and has a great score from second base on the winning base hit. So talent is going to win. He's twenty six years old. Listen, I do think there's going to be some teams out there. This will give them pause. They will have to do a little more homework into the character. When you turn over that much money to a player, you want to feel good about what you're doing that that investment is a good one. So I think it will give some teams pause, but the bottom line talking about money is a bottom line, right? Not sure that's gonna change all that much because what happened just last night into. Interesting game for the dodgers kershaw's a first ballot hall of Famer, but has had some well documented postseason struggles, Dave Roberts in the analytic era where managers make lesson, have less leverage will probably get blamed. That's the way it works. If this talented roster doesn't win, could it? Could this be Dave Roberts last game, the manager of the dodgers Clayton Kershaw dodger career, not be as long lasting as we thought. I mean, I think this game today, if the dodgers lose it's one of the biggest dodger games in five, six years. What's your takeaway Kirsch on robbers. It seems like we've been in a situation so many times with Kirsch getting the ball where you say it's a big game. He's gotta come through. Just go back to last year game five of the World Series complete clunker with that series tied. So yes, this could be his last start..
"machado" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Thanks for the time, Richard. We're about to see Manny. Machado debut with the dodgers and I wonder even though we know the dodgers need pitching, is this move enough to make them your favorites in the National League? Why pink they were already favored in the National League. You know, just if they keep Richaud and Clayton Kershaw on the mound, they're the favorites. This solidifies what they're going to be in October, but you're right. They still need some bullpen, help. They're going to go out and do something else. It's this is an anti Andrew Friedman comfort level move. But what it tells you is they believe their windows open and when the windows open, you have to do. Things out of your comfort level a little bit, but they're not done. So really quick. Does that mean that you don't consider the cubs even a worthy enough contender that they were. Yeah, I think if we have this discussion, there's two teams. There's a dodgers in the cups there. There are a little bit above everybody else now that you know when you think about October baseball, anything can happen. But as we go into the dodgers and the cubs with the two best teams and I, I don't even know who the third best team would be. Milwaukee didn't finish in a good place. The NFL teams have not been playing. Well lately, Arezzo Colorado. Somebody likes it. We'll see you, you love my giants off the list. I cannot believe it. For years trust for and even your. Yeah, the giants and they need longoria to come back and produce any mccutchen they need. It's not a secret, you know, they're up against the the competitive balance tax luxury tax, and they need another pitcher. How do you get that pitcher without increasing your payroll, that means you move some payroll. I don't know how they're going to do it, but I think what they need is just to get their bodies, the guys that they penciled in on opening day to get those guys back on the field and and see where they are. You know, they look, I, I was around him a couple of weeks ago. They believe they're good enough to win the nationally. West are certainly good enough to go the postseason and that's what makes the nationally west. So interesting. You got four teams. It feels they're good enough to go. Aren't you mentioned the National League east though, and the Washington nationals coming into your expectations through the roof? Bryce Harper, not having consistency at the plate, but they get Strasburg and they get Zimmerman back. What does the second half look like for the Washington nationals, you know which ninety six games. They played in there there five hundred team and everything that could go. Wrong has gone wrong. You know, you players openly critical of the manager and his handling of the bullpen. You've had a slew of injuries and the guys you counted on like like Harper being first on that list and Strasbourg, if he'd been hurt or having performed up to speculations. I, you know when when you think about that division there right now, I guess you would say that the Braves, the Phillies and the nationals are still a coin toss. All of us keep waiting. I'm sure you guys do to for the nationals to win twenty out of twenty five, but we're approaching the hundred game of the season and we haven't seen anything approaching that. There's a lot of talent there. Strasbourg, coming back is a big deal Roark. Needs to pitch? Well, I, you know, they're the best. They were the best team on opening day and for sometimes it's what puzzles people in business about sports is that you can do everything right, and it's still turns out wrong and considering all the injuries, maybe it was kind of miraculous that they hung in as long as they did, but now they're almost whole or whole are going to be so Daniel Murphy. Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg time, do it serious Bannon John farnum with you at Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio talking to MLB dot com..
"machado" Discussed on WEEI
"Don't need manny machado the yankees have so much right handed power hitting they do not need another right handed bat and what are you going to do with miguel and do hard i guess you're going to trade him because if you don't trade him then what where's it gonna play first base greg bird is coming along nicely now you just have to give him time to get healthy and machado's not gonna play short on the new york yankees because didi gregorius is one of the best defensive shortstops in baseball he is much better defensively than manny machado if the yankees want to sign him next next offseason okay then they could figure out what to do but for this year does manny machado elevate them over the red sox maybe i don't even think so i think they're better served using their young players because the yankees have some of the best trade chips and all baseball but the keys need a starting pitcher that's to acquire at the trade deadline use your assets the go out there and get a stud pitcher and i don't even know if assad pitchers out there j might be the best pitcher out there and he's like a three four but maybe you can get a madison bumgarner maybe a cole hamels who has postseason experience those are names are gonna look out for at the trade deadline with the team like the new york yankees but for manny machado i think i would say phillies number one on my list i'd say dodgers are number two because i think the dodgers could make a play for him thinking that there's a lot of competition there in the nfl west and maybe getting a manny machado when they can certainly afford to get manny machado well then maybe he puts them over the top another team that's interesting is what i was reading earlier on sunday the indians and i know that the indians it's not a power hitting shortstop that's what what is up need right now it's more bullpen help but imagine if they were able to acquire machado and zach britton that's a big time trade they'd be that is a trade where you can part ways with some talent to rent manny machado and get zach britton because you're making another run at the world series right now you know you're better than anybody in the central you have a leg up you'll win the division but will you succeed in the postseason manny machado and zach britton maybe you do win that divisional series that's certainly an interesting team to look out for and along those lines similarly what about the milwaukee brewers if they think they can overtake the cubs and that central then maybe manny machado is the reason the answer there what about the diamondbacks is their window shrinking or is there window just opening maybe they could make a run this season winning the national league west and going into the postseason with a manny machado where he ends up absolutely changes the landscape of baseball for the time being we understand that he is just a rental but that's gonna be the biggest storyline coming out of the all star break because there's just two weeks left before the trade deadline eight five five three two three.
"machado" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Santana has pop hoskins has pop nick williams has some pop yeah herrera homers but honestly when he gets in homer's he all these gift in that mood of hitting homers getting a little bit of trouble because his swing gets all out of whack sometimes they're not built to hit a ton of homers maybe i'll farro hit a few more as it gets used to playing at this level they're not a they're not going to have anybody except for hoskins they're not going to have anybody who's gonna hit thirty five they're just not and that's the danger of playing this way to kappler is is kinda going right now let me ask you this who is the shortstop of the future on this roster manny machado it is manny machado and the now if they are and this is what's scaring the hell out of me kev so if they're making these moves and pudding jp crawford at third base and trying to get him used to it and for some reason cesar hernandez is untouchable and even though he's not going to be here much longer you're using kingery as utility man for the time being more shortstop than anything i understand for the moment but he's a super utility man are they really making roster adjustments within the team now and trying to get these guys to learn other positions in the hope that they're going to land manny machado i think that's part of it and you know this is part of.
"machado" Discussed on Plus 7 Intelligence
"Right i'm here with dan machado he is one of the creators of the game gravity warfare which is a unique dexterity board game and the kickstarter for this game will be live about the time this of his goes out so the court to that soon so thanks for coming on the show dan thank you for having me how you guys doing so i played this game a couple times actually played it at a local gaming pob and when we were playing this game we had probably half a dozen people come over to our table and ask us about this game because they saw in they were just so curious about it scribe what makes this game so visually interesting what what is so unique about it at first glance yeah yes all the the pictures on social media you're pretty happy clan our game what makes the game pre unique competitive the game is the balance mechanic although there are other games though they have a balance in plot ours is unique in that it never falls we but we had to pendants to be able to bring it out 'cause times out nobody done before and we developed a game based on that mechanic or that principle so we have a platform were aboard that you can play your pieces on and the boy will tip over or become a balance but will eventually turn and go back to the balance position thing that's what makes people really mystified with the game ever been that we go to our presentation involves interest in the game saying hey my name is dan wouldn't play gravity war for a exterior t game.
"machado" Discussed on Latino USA
"Worried about primaries midterm elections local actually i don't care what other stuff i voted in other ways i take a lot of online quiz is turns out almost hopeless actor just dina machado known for her role in the hbo series six feet under is the star of the show and she plays singlemother penelope alvarez who is a retired army veteran and just tina like me grew up in chicago which is a really big part of who i am so to see not right off the bat ishikagi in fact a big part of you and did growing up in chicago how much did it shape you and your career at i know that's a really long answer it's a long answer but it's actually something that i've thought about a la especially being in hollywood for as long as i've been in hollywood you know it just made me very direct very straightforward tough and you don't have time for the bull crap the bull crap i'm sorry that is such a she was yours so like your your family's puerto rican young what was the things that were beans said inside your home how did you guys talk about kind of your reality or was it is like we're we're from chicago that's it yes exactly i don't think it was you know first on my parent my mom is uh you know she was born in puerto rico and then she got to the states when she was three she lived um you know in that area i guess i don't know what it's called now ron clarke and division that was where most of the puerto ricans went to in the fifties mmhmm and um she went to ogden grammar school she wanted to lincoln park high school uh and the north slider clarifying clarifying than i'ma sounds cider but it can't go it's all good.