35 Burst results for "Machado"
Judge wins AL MVP in runaway; Goldschmidt takes NL prize
"Judge received 28 of 31st place votes after hitting a league record 62 home runs He topped the majors and runs on base percentage slugging extra base hits and total bases And tied for the big league lead in RBIs Goldschmidt batted three 17 with 35 home runs 115 ribbons and a league best 9 81 OPS He also had 41 doubles and paste the NL with a 5 78 slugging average Angels two way star Shohei Ohtani finished second in the AL balloting Pirate's third baseman Manny Machado was the NL runner up I'm Dave ferry
Musgrove pitches hometown Padres past Mets 6-0 and into NLDS
"The Padres have moved on to the national league division series against the Dodgers after eliminating the mets 6 nothing in game three Austin nola whose brother Aaron pitched the Phillies into the divisional round hit his team into the next round two Nola hit a two run two out bases loaded single in the second off Chris Bassett to give San Diego a two zero lead at never relinquished Joe musgrove meanwhile stifled the mets giving up just one hit and 7 innings of shutout ball You go over in your head so many times as a kid about getting the ball on the biggest moment on the biggest stage and this is something that we do a lot of visualizing on in the off season is moments like this The Padres also got RBI singles from Trent Grisham Manny Machado and Juan Soto who drove in two Tom New York
Mets stars shine, NY saves season with 7-3 win over Padres
"Jacob de Grom got it through 6 innings including a couple of key strikeouts of Manny Machado to get the win Pete Alonso delivered the key blow a solo Homer in the 5th to break a two two tie and give them the lead for good Francisco Lindor also homered and Jeff McNeil had a two run single to Kia game ceiling four run 7 inning for the mets
Taylor, Perez homer, Royals beat Machado, Padres 15-7
"Starting pitcher Shawn mania surrendered 5 runs in the first inning and the San Diego Padres never recovered in their 15 to 7 loss to the Kansas City Royals Anytime you get if I run anything like that especially to start the game it's never never a good thing Manny Machado homered twice and drove in four of the 7 padre runs Juan Soto accounted for two other runs with his 24th Homer of the year But the royals tacked on 6 more in the 8th Greg iklin Kansas City
Hader melts down in 9th, gives Nationals 6-3 win over Padres
"The nationals put together a three run 9th to beat the Padres 6 three Victor robles scored the go ahead run on Josh haters wild three base throwing error Hader gave up a leadoff walk to robles and threw away Thomas's number between the mound and the third baseline Alex call followed with his first career home run The nationals had taken a three one lead on rookie CJ Abrams to run single with two out in the fourth off Blake Snell and cabaret Ruiz's RBI single with two out in the 5th Manny Machado tied it with a two run double in the 5th I'm Dave ferry
Nationals rally against Darvish, Hader to beat Padres 3-1
"Nelson Cruz's base is loaded walk broke a one one tie in the 9th inning as the Washington Nationals beat the San Diego Padres three to one What began as a pitcher's duel between annabelle Sanchez and yu Darvish dominated the game with Sanchez going 5 innings allowing just a solo home run to Manny Machado Today was the first time to a whole year that I'm able to throw every single page in any spark So when I'm able to do that I can get those kind of games The Padres lead for the third and final wild card spot in the national league was trimmed to one game over the Milwaukee Brewers Philip gon San Diego
Cronenworth hits grand slam, Padres beat Marlins 10-3
"Jake cronenworth and has young Kim drove in four runs a piece and accounted for 5 of the Padres 11 hits in a ten three drubbing of the Marlins Kroner worth belted a Grand Slam during San Diego's 5 run first off loser Pablo Lopez It was his second career slam and 12 Homer of the season Kim double twice and single to help the Padres avoid a three game sweep His three run double in the knife put the game out of reach Padres all star many Machado
Day after losing Tatis to ban, Padres lose to Nationals 4-3
"Victor robles in an RBI single plating Caesar Hernandez with the go ahead run in the 7th as the nationals beat the Padres four to three Hernandez was called out on the play but it was overturned by replay as Padres catcher Austin nola block the plate manager bob Melvin argued and was ejected I thought it was a good play My understanding is if you're straddling a plate or giving them any part of the plate to slide to it is not blocking the plate Manny Machado and Trent Grisham homered for the Padres yadiel Hernandez enjoying menesis homered for the nationals Nelson Cruz had two singles and collected his 2000th career hit Craig heist Washington
Soto gets 2 hits, standing ovation as Padres beat Nats 10-5
"The Padres scored 7 times in the 5th inning and went on to beat the nationals ten to 5 Trent Grisham had a three run Homer in the frame Manny Machado had two hits and two RBI and scored twice Brandon drury also drove in a pair manager bob Melvin likes what his offense is doing Up and down the lineup whether it's drawing walks you know making guys throw pitches Good situations good counts to hit in and taking advantage of The Padres Fernando Tatís Jr. was suspended 80 games without pay for violating Major League Baseball substance abuse policy Craig heist Washington
Buxton, Correa homer as Twins beat Padres 7-4
"Byron buxton and Carlos Correa homered as the Minnesota twin snapped a three game losing streak with a 7 to four win over the San Diego Padres Twin starter sunny gray went 5 innings holding the Padres to just a run on 5 hits Carlos Correa put the game out of reach with his 13th Homer of the year despite striking out in three prior at bats I went to the play like I was three for three with $3 That's how I was feeling really good I was seeing the ball well So I got that Homer that was good for the team Manny Machado and jergensen profile would Homer for the Padres in a losing cause Philip gon San Diego
Alfaro, Voit, Machado lead HR parade as Padres rout Twins
"The batteries had their first 5 Homer game of the season in a ten one thrashing of the twins Jorge alfaro launched a three run shot and Luke Voight and Manny Machado added two run blasts Camera song and Eric Hosmer added solo shots for the Padres helping Blake Snell get to three and 5 Snell helped Minnesota to four hits over 6 innings including Byron buxton's fourth inning blast Joe Ryan surrendered San Diego's 5 homers and fell to 7 and four yielding ten runs over four and two thirds He was pulled during the Padres 6 run 5th I'm Dave ferry
Future Dodger? Juan Soto, lowly Nats cool off LA in 4-1 win
"The nationals beat the Dodgers four to one ending LA's 8 game winning streak Washington pulled ahead with a four run 5th inning Yadiel Hernandez hit a home run and Juan soda with a two run triple Nats first baseman Josh bell Her pitchers did really well tonight We scored early and kept them off the board from that point on So yeah it's through and through and a great all around one Andres Machado got the win in relief Tony Gonzalez was handed his first loss he drops to 11 in one Mark Myers Los Angeles
Machado hits 2-run homer, Padres hold off slumping Mets 2-1
"For the second night in a row that San Diego Padres out dueled won the New York mets top pitchers Last night was Max Scherzer Saturday night it was Chris Bassett who made one mistake to Manny Machado whose two run Homer in the 6th inning provided all the offense they needed and the Padres two to one win at Citi Field For Padres starter Blake and all the formula was simple A lot of strikes And in the zone a lot of corrections to make a pitch is even just being aware of what the hitters can hear Smell through 5 shutout innings the mets may an interesting in the 9th with the winning run on base but Taylor Rogers got the last out for his 28th save Matt Mike which New
Wood brilliant, Flores has 2 HRs as Giants rout Padres 12-0
"Alex wood and Wilmer Flores were the stars in the Giants 12 zero thumping of the Padres Wood walked many Machado in the first inning then didn't allow another base runner until rookie CJ Abrams led off the 6 with a single Wood gave up just two more hits over 7 innings Flores was four for 6 with a pair of home runs and four RBIs Flores and tero Estrada each had a two run Homer off rookie lefty Mackenzie gore who lasted only three and a third innings The outcome gives the Dodgers an 8 game cushion over second place San Diego in the NL west I'm Dave
Giants' Rodón holds Padres to 3 hits for 3rd complete game
"Carlos rodon and Wilmer Flores were the stars in the Giants three one victory over the Padres Rodan retired 22 of his final 23 hitters to finish off a three hitter His third career complete game all three hits came in the second inning Rodan fan Manny Machado three times and had ten of his 12 strikeouts from the third inning on The Padres long run came in the second on first baseman Brandon Belt's error Flores furnished a tiebreaking two run Homer in the 8th allowing rodan to move to 8 and 5 The blast came after you Darvish limited the Giants to one run over 5 innings I'm Dave
Machado homers, Snell fans 11 in Padres' 6-3 win over Giants
"Manny Machado and Blake Snell carried the Padres to a 6 three win over the Giants Machado launched a three run Homer after being named the starting third baseman for the NL all star team on Friday Snell was strong on the mound fanning 11 and limiting San Francisco to three hits over 6 innings for his first one of the season San Diego had dropped each of his 8 previous starts this season Nomar mazara had two RBI singles for the Padres who reached Sam long for three runs and four hits over two and a third innings Nick Martinez worked the final three frames for his third save David VR homeward for the Giants I'm Dave
Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton Named All-Star Starters
"Aaron judge and Giancarlo Stanton will represent the Yankees and will be teammates with angel stars Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani on the AL squad So will Toronto's Alejandro Kirk and Vladimir Guerrero junior Dodgers Mookie betts and Trey Turner will make up two thirds of the NL starting outfield The AL lineup includes Astros second baseman Jose Altuve White Sox shore stopped Tim Anderson and Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers Ronald Acuna junior of the braves made the NL starting lineup as did cubs catcher Wilson Contreras Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt Padres third baseman Manny Machado and giants outfielder jock Peterson I'm Dave
Profar collapses after collision, Padres beat Giants in 10
"The Padres almost wasted a strong pitching performance by Joe musgrove before knocking off the Giants two one in ten innings Jorge alfaro won it with an RBI single with the bases loaded One inning after Brandon Crawford singled home the tying run for San Francisco Manny Machado Homer to back musgrove who limited the Giants to one hit over 7 shout out innings Padres outfielder jerks and pro far collapses he was trying to walk off the field following a scary outfield collision Profar was placed on a stretcher and driven away I'm Dave
"machado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The hour now time for a check of sport from around the world Here's Dan schwarzman Thanks Brian Final round of the U.S. open at the country club in Brookline Massachusetts as will zalatoris Matthews Patrick Scottie scheffler and Hideki matsuyama are all battling down to the final hole with matsuyama already done for the day at three under for the tournament just a few strokes off the leaders zealot tourist and Fitzpatrick who were at 5 under to scheffler for under Other notables include Kylie modicella at two under Rory McIlroy one under John ramen even parr Dustin Johnson F four over of both Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth finish at 7 over The daily mail in England reporting that Liverpool has rejected a 400,000 pound per week contract offer from Mohamed Salah which would have doubled Egypt international's current wage Sources say that the reds have got as far as they can go in negotiations with sala and are confident they have made a fair offer The 30 year olds will become a free transfer at the end of next season unless an extension can be reached The San Diego partridge is holding their breath after start third baseman Manny Machado left today's game against the Colorado Rockies with an ankle injury While x-rays have come back negative Machado who was diagnosed with a sprained ankle struggled to put weight on the leg while leaving the game No time frame has been given for the 29 year old's return The NHL Stanley Cup final resuming tomorrow night in Tampa Bay with a two time defending champion lightning trailing the Colorado avalanche two games to none after losing both games in Denver four to three and 7 nothing I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash So you had a big 6% sell off in oil prices on Friday and that seemed to tell the story of demand destruction possibly at least at investors were accounting on either recession or a big slowdown in growth And then you had really aggressive selling of cryptocurrencies over the weekend Bitcoin getting down to 17,000 in change but then we've seen a rebound Bitcoin back up around 20,470 or so Oil prices are recovering a little bit this morning Maybe that speaks to just a little bit more stability in the marketplace We see equity futures are mixed in the Asia Pacific We have better prices If you look at China futures up half a percent and American futures at least the S&P E minis contract up three quarters of 1% and nikkei futures are higher to 26,180 that's a couple hundred points above the cash close on Friday We do have Australian futures lower and tanks and index futures are down as well Reuters reported on Friday that Chinese regulators have agreed to allow ant group to establish a financial holding company That could be a move to suggest that the IPO would be possible in Hong Kong perhaps if that's where the ant group is looking and that would seem to be a positive for the regulation story in China It's out to see whether or not that plays out The dollar is pretty steady this morning the Bloomberg dollar spot no change Dolly gan won 35 33 weakness in the yen No trading in treasuries today in Japan due to the Juneteenth holiday in the U.S. on Monday last trades had the ten year yield at 3.22% And that is a check of markets Headline news with Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg news room Denise Thank you Brian will COVID shutdowns in Macau are spreading schools at non-essential businesses have been shut Mass testing by the government is underway this hour In the U.S. the CDC is okaying COVID shots for.
"machado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hour now Time for check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman Thanks Brian Final round of the U.S. open at the country club in Brookline Massachusetts as will zalatoris map this Patrick Scottie sheffer and Hideki matsuyama are all battling down to the final hole with matsuyama already done for the day at three under for the tournament just a few strokes off the leaders zealot tourists and Fitzpatrick who were at 5 under the scheffler for under Other notables include Kyle Morikawa at two under Rory McIlroy one under John ramen even parr Dustin Johnson their four over of both Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth finish at 7 over The daily mail in England reporting that Liverpool has rejected a 400,000 pound per week contract offer from Mohamed Salah which would have doubled Egypt international's current wage Sources say that the reds have gone as far as it can go in negotiations with sala and are confident they have made a fair offer The 30 year olds will become a free transfer at the end of the next season unless an extension can be reached The San Diego partridge is holding their breath after star third baseman Manny Machado left today's game against the Colorado Rockies with an ankle injury While x-rays have come back negative Machado who was diagnosed with a sprained ankle struggled to put weight on the leg while leaving the game No time frame has been given for the 29 year old's return The NHL Stanley Cup final resuming tomorrow night in Tampa Bay with a two time defending champion lightning trailing the car rado avalanche two games to none after losing both games in Denver four to three and 7 nothing I'm the enforcement that your Bloomberg world sports op day Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app And at Bloomberg quick tape This is a Bloomberg business live Hi everybody Brian Curtis in the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in Hong Kong looking at market prices across the region this morning I mentioned some of the standouts we've got oil prices higher this morning after a very steep fall on Friday up more than 1% at one ten 72 and some recovery in cryptos with Bitcoin back up over 20,000 We traded down to the 17,000 handle for parts of the weekend In terms of equity prices a little bit of a cautious start here to the week Hanging index futures is down about four tenths of a percent DK futures are higher S&P E minis are higher by 6 tenths of a percent China futures are up but Australian futures are down about three tenths of 1% We had a lot about performance of late among Chinese stocks and you certainly would be Hong Kong as well We'll see whether that continues The CSI 300 I'll paste the S&P 500 by 19 percentage points over the past three weeks We have a vast monetary policy divergence there and also Reuters on Friday said that regulators are looking at allowing ant group to establish a financial holding company that might get might make it a little bit quicker to get to an IPO but investors have been burned before so we'll see whether or not a translate to any sort of enthusiasm We did have the NASDAQ gold dragon index up on Friday All right that's a quick check of the markets 19 minutes past the hour This is Bloomberg Let's get the headline news with Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom Denise Thank you Brian and Mike Pence could be subpoenaed by the January 6th committee That is according to California democratic representative Adam Schiff Ukraine leader Vladimir zelensky vowing to defend the country's south that's after zelensky's first trip to the.
"machado" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The album with a crazy outro and then I yeah that song is a piece of everything because it took a really really long time to write some of it and then the last piece just kind of came super fast like that whole outro section is just like I just sat down and wrote it It gets cacophonous It gets louder and louder and yelling and the other instrument So that came easier than the earlier stuff in the song Yeah yeah Like I have all the ideas I'll even have them not connected to a song I'm like okay I want some I want a crazy outro And I want to scream And I want it to sound like Sufi on Stevens And I want to have fake cheering at the end of the song I was reading her body and other parties at the time by Carmen Maria Machado and she has a story called inventories where she is like all the people that she slept with during the apocalypse Okay I think it's like a zombie apocalypse but love it And the way that it ends is she's on this island writing in her journal She's writing lists to keep herself sane So just the sleeping with people list is a list But she ends up on this island alone and I guess I thought if the world was going to end I'd go up to Big Sur I would spend a lot of my childhood in Northern California So thinking about where the fictional place I would escape to kind of Wow Big storm's a nice pick Oh that's great Wow And so what do you want listeners to take from a song like that It's about breakup It is about apocalypse and it's also about just like the primal scream I hear so many themes and ideas when you talk about this song What are you hoping the listeners leave that song with My hope always is that I can be universal in specificity So I love hearing what other people take from things because it puts me in the position of pretending like I'm smarter than I am when someone's like it reminds me so much of this this and this or this time in my life or this book that I loved and I'm like yeah Exactly Totally So I think I just kind of like it takes me a really long time to figure out what I wanted initially my favorite thing about songwriting is that is stuff like this where maybe it's the back of my mind or I'm not really intending to put a point across and then later I'll realize what it means But I drove up to Big Sur at the beginning of October and just by myself for like no reason And so I think I had been really thinking about it In the world is sort of ending So yeah it's like even more fun to sing now Yeah Well and it's like you talk about that specificity On the latest album punisher.
"machado" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"I want to have fake cheering at the end of the song I was reading her body and other parties at the time by Carmen Maria Machado and she has a story called inventories where she is like all the people that she slept with during the apocalypse Okay I think it's like a zombie apocalypse but love it And the way that it ends is she's on this island writing in her journal She's writing lists to keep herself sane So just the sleeping with people list is a list But she ends up on this island alone and I guess I thought if the world was going to end I'd go up to Big Sur I would spend a lot of my childhood in Northern California So thinking about where the fictional place I would escape to kind of Wow Big stars are nice pick Oh that's great Wow And so what do you want listeners to take from us on like that It's about breakup It is about apocalypse and it's also about just like the primal scream I hear so many themes and ideas when you talk about this song What are you hoping the listeners leave that song with My hope always is that I can be universal in specificity So I love hearing what other people take from things because it puts me in the position of pretending like I'm smarter than I am when someone's like it reminds me so much of this this and this or this time in my life or this book that I loved and I'm like yeah Exactly Totally So I think I just kind of like it takes me a really long time to figure out what I wanted initially my favorite thing about songwriting is that is stuff like this where maybe it's the back of my mind or I'm not really intending to put a point across and then later I'll realize what it means But I drove up to Big Sur at the beginning of October and just by myself for like no reason And so I think I had been really thinking about it In the world is sort of ending So yeah it's like even more fun to sing now Yeah Well and it's like you talk about that specificity.
"machado" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"We need to do one thing before we move on from this idea, which is, we should probably talk about Nolan Arenado a little bit, don't you think? Yeah, okay. Go ahead. I just wanted to point out the Nolan Arenado is good. So development. Not a new development, but like when you're looking at the top of art. So like right now, Manny Machado also good is leading among qualified hitters is leading the fan graphs or leaderboard for position players at 2.6. Give them enough credit. Machado amazing. Machado definitely amazing and you know, he's hitting three 74, four 47, 6 57. He has a two 15 WRC plus he's already hit 7 home runs. He also has a four 11 babbit which we might imagine will not sustain itself, but you know, but there's Manny Machado, being Manny, being good, which is excellent for the Padres must feel so nice for them to be where they are after the just hellacious year they had last year. But there's still an aeronaut. The winner and second in fan grafts wore three 48 four 26 6 74 for two 14 WRC plus, he's playing his usual superlative defense. He has a much more normal babip, which whatever. But he also has 7 home runs. So I just, I feel like we should note that Nolan Arenado remains good at baseball and that he has really sort of risen to the occasion after that initial year in St. Louis where he was fine. He was a good player, you know? When you play defense like Nolan Arenado, you always are going to have some margin for error when you're hitting like when you have a one 13 WRC plus, which is respectable, but not amazing, but right now he's just really locked in and hitting the snot out of the ball. So I would say Nolan Arenado still good at baseball. We have not yet reached the point of stats stabilization because Mike drought is currently fourth. But I will, I will take a leaderboard that has Manny Nolan Arenado José Ramírez Mike Trout and Aaron judges as its top 5. That's, you know. It's a cool sport that we get to watch. It's really, it's really pretty delightful that we get to do that. Who would you guess Ben? Among qualified hitters has the highest strikeout rate right now. We're going to do some fun. We're going to rapid fire. Are you ready? Goodness. Who has you won't guess? It's fine. Okay. You won't guess. All right. Treadmill Reyes. Okay. I mean, like you might guess that he strikes out a little bit. But he does check out. Do you know who is walking the most right now? This will not surprise you. It's Juan Soto 19.2% of the time. Max muncy up there with 18.7 good for you. You bringing up a Machado and Ariana reminds me that I wrote an article for grantland back in June 2015 titled who you got. Baltimore's many Machado or Colorado's Nolan Arenado, and I picked those names because they rhymed kind of in the headline scheme. I don't remember why I picked them, I guess so they were being compared at that point. It was like the Soto versus it could be of that era was much out of NATO. I don't really remember if I picked a side, but I guess there was no wrong answer there. Because there's still awesome, 7 years later. So there's that. I guess it looks like I took Machado to the extent that I chose a side. I cited some zips projections and rest of career war, Machado was hired to that point. Where are they career war wise to date if you could tell me that? I remember that there was an article I read over the off season or maybe in spring training about how Ariana had made some swing changes or tinkered with his approach at the plate after last year. And I was like, hey, you hit 34 dingers, you know? Most players said they have a season like that. They're not going to go back to the drawing board, but nor are not. He has tie standards. And so he changed some things and evidently those changes have paid off because he and Machado both been fantastic, but to date. I guess. Arenado is at 40.6 fan grafts. And Manny's at 41 points. But could that be closer? Well I think that didn't Machado come up. He came up in 2012 and I came up in 1320 13. So let me just do this from 2013 on. It's exactly the same. Exactly the same, really? 2013 to 2022, they've both been worth exactly 40.64. Their WRC plus is separated by three points. What a cool. Oh my gosh, I'm gonna enjoy this for a second. I didn't realize that the stolen base gap was as big as it is. That is kind of surprising to me. So aeronautics hit two 89, three 46, 5 83, Machado has hit two 89, three 42, four 93, aeronautic has a three 6 9 Machado has a three, 5, three, Arenado. One 20 WRC plus Machado one 23, but yeah, they are bang on from a war perspective from 2013 to 2022. Yeah, and Machado is a little over a year younger than our NATO so you can factor that into the rest of career projections..
"machado" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"And you know. I think everything was scare him You gotta give a number to the dialects roger corman film and was like yeah you know and and and that's where we met on a on a film called blood known by written and directed by our friend. John machado absolutely wanting to ask this question. we've got to get back on target sherry. I always we always wondering how did you hear that ron. No please continue. What was that again. Sherry say shield eggs exterminate every time. She make scrambled eggs. That's awesome exterminate and we'll do that for now on only little eggs that when you when you You know once you hard. Boil it and you put it in there and it slices it all up into the slices and it all comes down at once. Kind of like a guillotine like a multiple blade guillotine current egg and they called germany. I make sure the yeah. I gotta love the street okay. I i'm going to have to shoot a mini little little tiny horror film for my kick cocker youtube. Or something. And make terminator. Yeah i like wars back in the eighties. Yeah exactly it'll be very short all right. So let's do this brother ron. I have questions them into some of that. Yeah that's okay. Let's let's do this before we go. We have some new travelers. We have some people that don't may not know who you are. Lord forbid brother ron well that'd be where we're let's spotlight brother. What do you do who argue. And let's give you the dark sticky sweet well all right and then nutshell rockers gerald master of the dark realm which means i'm in after gossip illusionist. And i make jerk sticking fun for everyone Meaning this means that I it is a a kind of a dark gothic. What's funny Illusions show the space. That girls instance inspiration from for the supernatural paranormal haunted attractions and Things like that and and for or hose. So it's like. I'm i'm a bit like a horror host hosting my own illusion show instead of getting horror movies. There you get you got dark allusions and then when and my acting is is only mostly in in Horror films and few scifi movies and things like that. I love an horror which is part of the inspiration for the illusion. show When i started. I started as a very normal magician. Version bundy's taxes and crap like that. And then i said well. This is not interesting. Yeah and after a while. I didn't i found it. Not interesting. To me or my. You know You know contemporaries anymore and then one of my friends who said to me. She's like your way more interesting offstage than on. So that's when. I changed the whole show and do the show. I really wanted to do and take all that inspiration dark people on in horror films and the supernatural and stuff and jam it into the show and.
"machado" Discussed on Around the Horn
"They were going to build off winning two wildcard last year they got swept by the dodgers in the first round but that broke of thirteen year playoff drought so to come out and have this kind of year. We just absolutely fade down of five eleven in september. I like to tease. You're saying to your young superstar. It's not all about you. I don't know how you move past. That i mean and for manny machado to be the voice of reason here. He doesn't exactly have a stellar reputation. You don't know how even though they say everything we're going to learn from this. We're gonna move on. You don't believe machado and totti's can can coexist they'll coexist. They both make a lot of money. And they're under contract for a decade or so Beyond the on this season but if that's what his teammates think of him. If that's if that's what teases teammates thing it's hard to change that percents Just yeah you watch the play the dodgers in the playoffs and they were using nine pitchers of night and you just said if they had starting pitching so they go get like style darvish and those guys both had a are as over four pitching their home games in san diego. Big disappointments for them. I think that's the start of that team's downtown blackstone. Yeah i mean you can throw the yankees in there. But since we're kind of concentrating on the padres. I mean this is a collapse of this entire franchise you know. They're on their third manager since two thousand fourteen. Commanders getting ejected because todd t. strikes out machado grounds into a double play in that game. They're chirp and they have to apologize to the fans. Nothing sounds good about the proper on. I must concur about their back. That they're the most disappointing team in the national league as far as the The contretemps between the chato concern. I think the candy patched up chato certainly said all the right things for public consumption about the whole thing. We do know there had to be many incidents that build up. That couldn't have just been the one that teach. Junior has a lot to learn. But i suspect any will. I don't teach you have great players in the game. He's injured for basically the entire season with multiple injuries. He's being moved positions. I mean this team has been through a lot. It just wasn't there year. I mean you've got to feel that way as well. We'll move up ourselves to aaron rodgers. Pat mcafee aj. Aw it's absolute worst platform. People have no idea. You're talking about my mental state and you know my poke is my work of. It's people that have not been around me none in my life. I don't have communication.
"machado" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"When When manny and bernie have a public falling out then they have a public making. Yes do you think it's critical. The guy who goes out and performs better that manny check well. It's good to hear that. The padres are performing right in the clutch. We'll get you all the details next year. What are you laughing at pennant. Fever can who can blame you. Thought it was covert it turns out. It's padres penn. P. we don't want to cure kgb Once you get done saying sarah's birthday doesn't really matter what else is going on. But when i was a young causing first day. I blade me awaiting to have your birthday on the first day of and say refused may with tossing strike means being summer girls default. Whatever the I don't know if you've heard but the temperature's going to drop all the way down to about one hundred and two non spice oh long. Long from to december two bertha days grows man september. That's the first day of summer here. Southern cal the leaves are changing engine red because they're on fire set That rhymes with no Work the few precious has spend a crash With you count basie now solo from thank you realize guns n. Roses opening for the main attraction. Now it's the chainsaw here on kgb while good today and thank you david and in sports world. Before last night's padres giant's game manny machado and fernando tontons junior assured the media last saturday's dugout spat is over and done with an all is good and they proved it with their bats..
"machado" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"I saw the the breakdown of what he was. What was going on. The padres lost our game by the way so but yes we can speak about it. Go ahead charles. So in the beginning of the season charles said. Don't you dare tell. The san diego padres are legitimate. Send your mantra. You're just all these great players may be excellent even though they have joys as managers who find your see the lease guys with two games left to play in the season. they're not okay Regains about five hundred. So many machado. Mr not johnny hustle that was reputation that came around him was arguing with the the new love child. That is for now that these two juniors that everybody loves vladimir for not everybody goes from there but he's caught in the video going say this isn't about f- in yeah. Yeah and it was because he was having a bad game he was striking out. He was just kind of like buy into law and they have been on a bad slide. Remember when it was a tight division and the no west of the giants dodgers and the padre padre remember we said is when big brother winslow brother is that was me about the world series last year boy through. Because i don't know if that's what i think is manny machado trying to give the tough love that they're all manager won't give to their star player. The guy who was just given this all contrary it was up to you. Got that big contract right. yes you know. He's in the second year this major one. That kinda came into it so everybody was like oh. This is not manage out of all people who had a bad reputation good diet but bad reputation not be a better locker room telling somebody saying. Stop being a punk ass and do team baseball. Play out whatever you don't fight the obstacle argue balls and strikes. 'cause listen we get it. We all want robot masters to overtake the strike zone. All three of us on the show that me. Elliot's i'll speak for myself but it happens but you gotta keep your head..
"machado" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"We're all upset with what's taking place but it's kind of a fascinating story line to watch because these two guys started out as the left side of the infield for the padres of course machado playing third tattoos at shortstop and it looked like these two. We're going to be the pillars for the padres to move around moving forward right. These are the guys they were going to build around. They look to trade. Eric hosmer at the deadline to get out of that contract at first base. So that leaves these two gentlemen as the big bats in the middle and to see them going at it was certainly not what you want to see a padres fan but machado seems to be maturing seems to be understanding and working with tat tease ultimately get him to understand the situation and what they need at this particular moment but for the padres. The collapse continued. And this team is going to miss. The post season is it due to injuries is it due to performance. Is it due to the clubhouse. Whatever it may be. It's certainly not the outcome that they had anticipated out. There in san diego in the year started and you can understand why frustrations are starting to boil over both inside that clubhouse in outside for that fan base but that was one of the biggest stories of the weekend when you had machado and tetechies going at it for everybody to see and if you haven't yet check out that video it's pretty entertaining but that'll do it for segment number. Three here of the gsm see baseball. Podcast brought to you. By the mc podcast network. I'm your host kevin. Mahalick will step aside here one last time for a word from one of our sponsors one of our sisters shows but when we come back we're going to continue our talk around major league baseball. What we think about these postseason races. What other storylines took place stick around. We're gonna talk about it right after this want to.
"machado" Discussed on Latino USA
"I'm not a historian. I think the only thing that kind of kept me going was thinking like but if i administer like chip away a little better this may be then someone else will come in with a book like a different experience. What is like the black lesbian experience. What is like the trans experience. Or adrian's experience. What is the gay male victims experience. I feel like for me. It was just like trying to make a little place where we can sort of be into chip away and sorta break into it but then didn't event like halfway through my tour and this older lesbian stood up during the qna. A and she said you know. I'm really excited to read your book. I can't wait. She was like. I feel like every ten years. We like break the silence on domestic violence in queer relationships and then like ten years later we do it again and ten years later we do it again and shooting very honest and i it really broke my heart because i was thinking like maybe it's all for nothing so i feel like the whole process of like how to like think about it. Emotionally is very hard difficult and it didn't help that. I like was having all those. Thank you thoughts and then immediately went into a year of isolation this is really terrible sort of sequence of a things. But i'm watching as you are now moving into all kinds of different spaces as a writer. You're doing some nonfiction. You're doing graphic novels. You're talking about not feeling very productive. But i'm like yep i weight but there's all this stuff that you're doing and i'm wondering how you see yourself as an american writer and and how you see the importance of the work that you're doing to have this kind of historical commitment to like i'm gonna claim this space and you're gonna have to listen to me or is it not like that at all and got him in mighty macho those head. I think really good exercise for writers is to like find lists of like bestselling novels hundred years ago list. How many of them you've heard of. And most of them have not occasionally. They'll be like one that's actually really famous. Mostly you're like. I never heard of this book. Certainly if you're lucky you get to get like a tiny taste of like your role in your country's culture but there's really serve no way to know one day i will die. I hope people are so reading my work one hundred years. Maybe they will. Maybe they won't will know and you have to come to peace with. I don't know will be part of a certain generation of american writing. Let's known in the future. I mean assuming we all underwater like assuming the humanity continues for a little while. Will i be somebody who's known and is like oh yes. Carmen maria machado. She was part of this movement of literature in the us. That curly doesn't have a name. I don't know hope so. All they can do is write the work i want to write. I write to satisfy myself. I get to tell the stories. I wanna write cova an isolation and the world aside. I'm really honored by the readers that i have and the publishers to work with the work i've produced. I feel very proud of my career and proud of my arts and proud of.
"machado" Discussed on Latino USA
"That is a lot to document. And i wonder for you. If it was just like. Who knows what's gonna come out or ono hell. No i absolutely want to write about this. I mean the process for me was so strange. And i have to confess. If i were to go back in time. I would not have written this book. It was very painful and very difficult and very traumatic. And i might not put myself through it if i had known how bad it was going to be. One of. The challenges of the book was not only was sort of doing all this personal excavation and shaping and trying to figure out what makes appearances at meant but i also was doing research and like digging up archives. I mean why talk. What's in the book. The history of domestic violence as we understand it. the term. the idea of domestic violence is only fifty years old. Like it's not that old before like the seventies like we didn't really know how to talk about it. What was so straight about the research to was sort of seeing how the lines were getting drawn the minute we began talking about domestic violence with straight women lesbians related. There's also lesbian domestic violence and it's really bad because lesbian victims can't go to women shelters because they're lovers can track them down and then through were like you're taking our resources like go so there was a lot of like weird political infighting people sort of fighting over scraps recycling what happens in all essentially progressive. Movement's as you have like groups. That should be working together fighting for like very limited resources because we live in a terrible terrible things and doesn't give people what they need. You know. i was reading stories about these women. And like all these women were like black and latina reading their stories and reading about what they experienced was so heartbreaking and so difficult i mean it was almost even worse than my writing my own material just to sit down every day and like read this research. And he's like legal papers about battery between women and things like that and it was just very hard painful. And and i also felt in some ways like very much unqualified. Like i kept saying. Like i'm at an academic..
"machado" Discussed on Latino USA
"Hey we're back. We're going to continue now with my conversation. With gunman mighty machado. She's the award winning author of a memoir called in the dream house where she writes about her experience in an abusive queer relationship. We talk about in the dream house and discussed the art of writing memoir and sex scenes. I don't know how you kind of categorize your writing around sex. Do you like the term erotica and how you as a latina were kind of figuring that space of writing and being vulnerable in that way. The word erotica is really interesting. I don't think right erotica. But not. Because i feel like people say they're often a judgment. I sort of theory about it. When you have sort of sexually explicit content in a piece of art sometimes the content purpose is to sort of tell a story and so the sex is serving the story in some way. And sometimes you're writing something. Where the point of the story is to be titillating arousing or a roddick and i think of that ladder thing as erotica and the former is just sexually explicit. Whatever it is like fiction. So for me i have written erotica like i have written stories. Where is what it was like okay you to maximize the amount of boning happening on the page. And that is the poll. Point of what i'm doing but the work that appears in my in my story collection i think of that as like the sex is a part of the story. That's sort of my take on that. I did have a lot of fears about what it meant to write that. I think writing it as living as a woman as a queer person. There's a lot of potential pitfalls anxieties and i was really about my family would think i was really worried about. You know if i could get a job i was really worried about who would publish. It was like an ongoing sort of set of fears. And eventually i decided well i want to do this. I would not want to have a job or a life. That like. I'd have to hide this part of my work and so i might as well just lean into it and sort of the chips will fall where they may like. I'm just going to see how it works out. Make it your superpower right precisely. Does it bring you particular kind of well. I guess this is a okay pleasure to what you were gonna say as a latina reading it. I'm like not only in my loving the writing. But i'm kind of loving thinking about got him in writing about this and guide him in being the writer. Who's writing this. I remember when i first sort of began writing the work that ended up in my first book and my second book like looking for other writers who wrote sort of erotic literary fiction or like literary fiction that contained sexiness. And i just kept returning to. If you're a woman or you were gay or you're not white or your any combination of those things to find your body and your sexuality and your experience represented in that way. I mean just to find them in general is is harder and just find sort of sex in that. Context was almost impossible and so weirdly. I was reading a lot of like straight white men and sort of being interested in how they were writing it and like how i might think about it differently. I'm also like a fat woman. That's part of it as well. The politics of cow you talk about your body and sex and that's like a really important part of it too so i just want to feel like there's something really exciting about that and it's really exciting to get to make that space for myself and be in that space. It just felt very necessary for me. I wanted to write about my life. Which is like sexual you know like among other things it just surf feels important in that way in your book in the dream house you right. And i'm going to quote here. The memoir is at. Its core. An act of resurrection and i agree. It is but i'm also trying to understand. What are you. Got him in mighty macho specifically trying to resurrect. And why do you want to revive your past in this way. It's so funny. I didn't interview jennifer egan a few years ago. Who's like you know. Obviously a wonderful novelist and we got to ask a question. Why do you right. And i was like i right to know myself better and she was like. Oh i write to get away from myself. We both were like totally opposite ends of the spectrum. So i was. i'm constantly like whatever i'm doing. It's like what's under here like what's going on. And she was like oh no she's like i want to other people that aren't meeting a different way of writing for me. It is constantly sorta like trying to return and like articulating clarify and make sense which is like a lifelong project. It's not like you write a book and you've done it. It's like that question of who am i. What is my brain. What am i doing on this planet. What does it mean that i'm here. Those are just like human questions and some people decide to like right toward the answer. Which i guess is why people say things like. Oh writers or like so egotistical because they're like writing about themselves but it's like isn't that just the human question who am i and why am i here and what does it mean that i'm here and you know what's going on in this weird brain of mine that i like. Don't even fully understand. I don't know it's very interesting to me. And that's why i write in your book. You really wanted to create an archive of an experience as a queer woman who is a survivor of abuse. And that is a lot to document. And i wonder for you. If it was just like. Who knows what's gonna come out or ono hell. No i absolutely want.
"machado" Discussed on Latino USA
"To her. Like oh heard allentown a rough place and there was a lot of tension. When i was growing up in the first home we lived in. There was tension with the neighbors who really did not like us and would say things to my mother liked that they hoped cars would want us over. They they told my father he wasn't on the right side of allentown. He didn't go to the other side of allentown and my father's response was to have my mother cut his hair on the front lawn. While he was like shirtless and drinking red wine and blasting salsa music and it was just like that is like the best ever he was. It's pretty. it's a pretty funny star. I love that story about my dad was weird. Was these neighbors. Were also like a gay couple. So the first gay people that i ever met in my whole life and i didn't fully understand. There's like a lot of weird surf. Racism and weird energy and it was kind of a strange time. I don't remember a lot of this was fairly young. We moved to a different house in a different sort of area of town. Like when i was a god like eight or nine so we'll move to a little more of a rural area. The second time like a little more out toward the corn. Basically if you like it was weird mix of urban and rural and then there was this sort of natural beauty. Also i feel like pennsylvania has this deep like gothic energy. The shadow of itself this deep sense of place that i feel very gothic to me and i was aware of that idea. All right so. I'm thinking about you in that place. A young latina growing up in allentown pennsylvania. And the fact that you've written and talked a lot about nothing new being let in essentially struggling with her identity. And i'm wondering how would you describe where you are right now. How are you perceiving your relationship with your own identity now. As as it is complicated. I was actually asked to write like an essay for some anthology about latinas identity and i said yes. Initially i was like. Oh this'll be a good chance for me like workouts and stuff on the page and they ended up not doing it. Because i was just really struggling and i was really struggling with trying to articulate this piece of myself that fuel in some ways and have felt sort very complicated feelings about and like felt isolated from. I don't speak spanish very well. We didn't grow up speaking at. My dad doesn't really speak it. You know it was sort of a language that like died between my grandfather. My father that is sort of a source for me of great anxiety and shame. And it's something. That i i struggle with and i think about a lot people sort of asked me like what am i. I feel like the answer is so complicated. It shifts and like recently especially thinking about black lives matter urban thinking about like my own relationship with whiteness. And like what that looks like. But it's like i don't have an answer. I keep returning to the same sort of struggle kind of over and over are the same set of questions does questions being i presented. White aren't higest white. Like a question. That i worry about like an executive that i have. Is it weird or appropriate to say that. I'm latina when like. I don't speak spanish very well. Like how am i complicit in white supremacy. I think those are all questions like everyone should be asking themselves but for me. It just feels so tied up in this piece of me. That i i just don't have a lot of clarity on which is weird because i feel like i have clarity unlike other parts of my identity but people think of racial groups as monoliths right where they're like. Oh there's like a latina identity or experience. There's like a block experience our age and experience. You know it's like no there's there's a million of them right and like i had one particular kind in many ways makes me feel very isolated from that piece of my identity and so we know to do without and basically i would say in many ways all of that that angst is in fact the definition of being letting states just like yo if you're in a constant state of identity ang's okay. You're latino coming up on that in the usa. We continue my conversation with award. winning author. common machado conversation turns to writing about sex relationships and her award winning memoir in the dream house. Stay with us matt. Good they latina pulled me know. Usa is now though poor miller lite as they were not sustained latin. John was cutting through name. Fini the hannah's we've put up soon as they deliver yellow masilo but unconfirmed now every new congress award a competitive continues amigos been sending levian key sas no but kickoff solano keller yes miller lite c impress. He lasted a basal light. 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"machado" Discussed on Latino USA
"My god you're scaring me just buying saying these. Let's talk about your family for a minute. You're growing up in allentown pennsylvania. Your family is from cuba and this is the part that got me really interested in your particular family story. Which is that your grandfather who leaves. The island comes to the united states. He's actually deported. During the mccarthy era the version that i have is a little little spotty but my understanding was that he came to the us. He was studying at tennessee tech which is very small technical college in tennessee which is just so funny to me and he didn't speak english in like it took him a very long time to finish because he i he was deported and then he managed to come back. He ended up fighting in the korean war. A finishes degree like ten years later. Something like took him a really loved finished. And then he moved to dc which is where he met my grandmother and where he lived the rest of his life but he had a really different relationship with cuba. He has two brothers who also came to the us. But then he had other siblings at st behind to i i had never matt And have never met because they've all if pass so real divided family completely like i went. I went to cuba for years ago. And it was the first time that i had a lot of the people are alright so cuba but can we talk about allentown pennsylvania. The way you write is really a part of the great american writing tradition. Your style of writing is so unique. That's why people love you so much. Because you're like whoa. This is not like any other book. That i've read this particular way of telling stories and so i'm like so deep carmine. Figure that out someplace along the line when she was growing up in allentown pennsylvania is that that is the kind thing to say. I don't know. I'm trying to like how much allentown pennsylvania has to do with that. My parents met in wisconsin which my mother was from and my dad was in grad school at university of wisconsin and they met there and they moved to allentown because of his job right. When i was born my mom would tell stories about how like when she moved to allentown that like somebody said.
"machado" Discussed on Latino USA
"Katamon. We're as much right now where As i'm in west philadelphia i've been here for. Oh god eight years now. how you doing. are you holding up. I'm doing okay. We all have our health. My wife and i moved to our first house from an apartment right before coveted so we lucky that we also like have space. I mean i am going stir crazy and i am am struggling a little in that mental health way that i think a lot of people are are. Let's talk a little bit about that space struggling with mental health. And i'm wondering what it looks like for you like do you think maybe there's another booking you or are you feeling like you know everything did need to slow down. I was literally touring my memoir when cove it happened. So was traveling traveling traveling traveling and of course horribly was like got him so tired. I wish i could get a break. That's manifested go govan. Because i went from being just having a full calendar to it just being completely empty. And i think it's hard for me because i do love traveling and seeing people and meeting people and meeting readers and doing events. I like that sort of in-person energy. I like the sort of the energy in a room when you're interacting with the class. I do a lot of my writing at residencies. Like i usually go away to write. And i haven't been able to do that. I was supposed to write a book last year. Like i had taken off from teaching to finish a new book. And i've done almost nothing. Because i've just been treading water. You take us into this deep dark pretty scary places in your work and it sounds like you've been visiting you know pretty dark places of your own over the past year and i mean. I wonder if you can talk a little bit more about that. This notion of treading water. I'm an extrovert i. I function best. When i'm able to really connect with and interact with other people. You can do that on on some level you can talk on the phone or online or whatever but i just like being with other people. I've always been that way. I mean my my dad. Has that way my grandfather was that way. That's just like a machado. Trait is that like level of extroversion. Just really loving to be around other people and like being present in that way and i think resulted in like i mean a low grade. Depression like sort of the day to day. That kept my life. Sort of aerated effervescent. Unlike helped me move around. Because when i move around i'm like sinking and i'm interacting and i'm like this part of my brain is getting sort of nourished just the world and i feel like that has just been completely cut off and it feels like a limb. That's atrophying and dying you know. Are you writing about all of this sense of kind of laws or is it mostly just still too much in your head and your heart. I have not written about it a lot a few months ago. I got asked to write that one year and cove ed and i was just like i can't do it. I mean i just feel like a weird blob sort of psychologically physically like all edits and again. That's not the way i normally feel like. I normally feel so alive. And happy and vivacious. And i just love people and i get so energized by people and like i don't know i i've become like afraid the way you're kind of talking about this brings up a lot of questions around fear and things that are scary and i have to tell you that before. I started reading in the dream house. I was scared. I loved the book. I love the fact that you took me to these places but why horror yeah so. I have always found her very provocative an interesting despite being a gigantic. Scaredy cat and a hypochondriac. Since i was very small. When i was young i was afraid of everything i was afraid of death and i was afraid of monsters in the dark and i would read horror novels and i would read novels about illness. I remember reading the hot zone. Like i don't know eight or nine which i had gotten a yard sale masochist as a child and i would like not sleep and my mother would ban them. She takes them away from me. And i would go get new ones and i'd read them and i think she truly did not understand. She was like if you're so scared. Why on earth would you do this. I mean i'm really interested in fear and anxiety and like what that says about us. And i think that horror literature or film. It's like going on a roller coaster. It's like a controlled adrenaline rush. It's something terrifying and scary and arousing your emotional state but it's all contained right ultimately. It's safe it's not real. It's fictional and so. I think that horror has the potential to be incredibly subversive interesting and also on.
"machado" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Shut the door. Yeah don't don't walk. Seventeen thousand guys. You know what i mean like you know. The the results are there. The process is a little shaky is what i would say i would say no deal only because look. There are lots of guys who are snubbed. That's always a big question you know who was the biggest snub of the people it happens. You know the fans vote and and when somebody doesn't make it you look at it and you did. This guy gets up then you look at the rest of the rosser okay. Will this guy's there. And this guy's there and i could understand that but this happens every year guys put up good performances and then they don't make it and it it bothers them. It hurts them because they want the honor of being in the all star game. I'd say this to kenley. Hey dude chill out take a couple days off rest up and be ready for the second half of the season by the way the game is five five right now between the dodgers and the marlins so listen. It's like manny machado. We're talking about that. A lot of people are offended. Oh machado he's such a great defensive third baseman by the way he's been on fire in the last maybe three or four weeks here make it but you know what kris bryant did. I don't have a huge problem with kris bryant making the all star team so i hear kenley here that he's upset. I know he thinks it's insulting dude. I'm going to say no deal. God all right. It's got tiktok travel. Expert zachary abel said in a recent clip that he joined. Aarp in his thirties has since save thousands of dollars on flights and hotels. Can you do that. Apparently you have to be fifty to join. Aarp they just help people over fifty they can join younger. So is this a big deal or no deal life. Hack first of all i thought. Aarp was for people. Well beyond fifty. So that's let's just start there. I thought this was much older than fifty now. Is it a big deal that this guy was able to join early and save all this money on all this travel i would say it is a big deal to him. It's a big deal to the rest of us listening right now. Who had no idea so. I'll give them big deal. But i really think it's no deal. Here's the deal. According the website real quick l. z. Just so you know. Because i know you like the information while. Aarp is dedicated. The people over fifty there is no minimum age to joint. People of all ages can get air. Aarp membership lows twelve dollars per year with auto renewal. Anyone could become an aarp member and gain access to hundreds of discounts programs and.