9 Burst results for "Manny Rivera"
"manny rivera" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Robbery's got all torn up right in advance that I have destroyed or how many times that I have had a bike to school every day, and I was tired, hot with a little help there. It's good for you to walk so good for you to buy great. So easy. Just get dropped off by your parents. Is there someone in like the carpool lane? You know that was the school. You know you're waiting to pick your kid up and you know, they give you like a 50 Every week. You guys wanna hear first world problems, things that bug me on the road while diving with my Children is 100% of them, arguing and fighting with one another. They come in the back seat hitting each other stopping each other and I can do nothing about it, except, yeah. First World problems. Have stopped sat there playing with her tablet for their server upset. Everything's all sideways and I'm like trying to get my Starbucks now. I'd like you to pay for that, too. Williams touching me touching me touching me. He talked to me over there touching me over there, Don't you May The all Arizona Daily download number one. I'll be blunt. Tucson stinks already know that the way you do that, I'll be blunt. It really stinks. This time. Something stinks around Two sons were Ledo been neighborhood hot. So it's it's something in Ruber lead. What is it? Really? Tobin really Tobe, a neighbor. I've kind of gagged on it every once in a while. That's wonderful. That's constant. Yeah, this it's pretty strong. Are they talking about going to see the Wildcats play? Football is maybe is that is that would be it. What do you gagging on into son? Took their concerns to Pima County who investigated Jason's complaint and confirmed the aggravating aromas coming from this waste water diversion site just feet away from the park. Oh, well, you got to put it somewhere. We might as well put it in Tucson, but I always thought it was crappy place anyway. Oh, hi. Manny Rivera, with the county's wastewater services, said a couple of weeks ago that were doing testing that released stronger than normal odors so that orders are going to go down. But very soon we're gonna have a project that will actually go in and remove that structure and replace it with a new one. So it's like in a park or two sons Parks open. Do they have the grill's open there? I hope so. Now you should have the girl's dangerous that is in your park in the parking lot again, Dangerous, super dangerous. Very dangerous neighborhood, huh? Parking neighborhoods that don't want you there. Something stinks around to son s O dead for a long time. When I lived in Palm Springs. We used to have this mystery odor and it was rotten eggs and it was from the salt and see it was all the soul for you. It would smell for days like brought the eggs. It was just assaulted scene. Remember, the salt seats really means No, we're going around in it and stuff. Is nowhere to put one of those plug ins. Now there's not, you know. Oh, my goodness. You know those plug ins work really good, But it's a big plug in. I mean, you have become a plug in the need for two sons, really Tobin neighborhood. I've kind of gagged on it every once in a while, it's called stupid. Yeah, it sounds like he's holding strong with constant spell. Well, you have to You think you're looking at your neighbors know what is going on? What if he's just is this you did you like It's like it's not really what it is. It's almost like to some party. It's true. Don't you smelt it dealt it in your bay neighborhood. What do you three years old? I am have you seen my eating habits? Yes. You have the palate of a three year old What you have today. Chicken fingers? No, I didn't have a burger. Okay, took everything off that burden. You know, there's a catch up short because the cove it there's a catch A package shortage because of all was taken. Oh, yeah. So it's the packages. Nobody has package. We got one package. Yes. Much. Say there was one packet was one I asked for bunch. They give me one. They give you one. They gave me one to give you one catch a pack One catch packs for three prize. Yeah, that's an outrage. Someone tailing channels, but brought to you by Parkinson's plumbing electrical. They do not think they're amazing. They're incredible. Two time winner of the better Business Girls Ethics award Very something stinks around two sons. Coming up. Next guy went to college and spend a lot of money to get a degree, so he could do stories ago. Something steaks and things are how much money would it take for you to get the vaccine? Everyone's got a price. That's five bucks sound that's next. The game goes to chat show in for Becky Lynn Peter single K G a R News flash at 3 15. Here's what you need to know. Right now. President Biden says his six.
"manny rivera" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"We'll talk a little bit about that and just a little bit, But You know, we've we've talked. I know that on our White Sox weekly show Kind of like night talked a lot about the passing of Hank Aaron and Well, Brian, we want to get a guy that actually had a chance to sit down and talk with them a few years back, right? Absolutely. Steve Greenberg, just one of the best writers in the Chicago media. And as you said, friends, sometimes doing a terrific job and Steve right at the top off a number of great writers over there, But, yeah, always great to get his perspective on all things local and all things national. Yeah, and up until about six months ago, I was still one of the guys that had to run to the local convenience store and pick up a paper. I never liked it. Um, the subscription dropped off of the house because sometimes they would give me the early edition. I want to get the late one. But now I've actually made it to I don't know. Is it the two thousands? That I actually read the paper online. Yeah, I actually read the entire paper online, but it's great because you could really is just like you're reading the paper. You can actually flip the pages if you like as you as you're going along, and I always see on Saturday, Steve Greenberg. Plus, I used the polls all the time I've done show is just based on some of the polls over at the Sun times. Very end Steve Greenberg from the Sun Times. Steve, how you doing today? Good. I like being with you guys. I was gonna make fun of you for being such dinosaurs that you actually still picked up a paper copy of somebody who does that? Actually, I do know, but the digital edition is cool, and I'm glad you're looking at how my parents you looking forward. Consumed the paper now lifelong. Subscribe yourself. Yes. Glad to be on with you and hope to God, you're well. Yeah, Just go ahead right to start with you tweeted out that you were Able to spend an entire day with Hank Aaron and that when you made the initial request, you thought you'd get a plate. Thanks, But no thanks. And not only did you get requests quickly, but it was. Yeah, sure. What do you want to do? And Just everyone's talking about The Hague, hammering Hank in the numbers, anything else, but equally in the number of people on Twitter talking about what a great man and Dusty Baker talking about the character of the man and everything else and Anyone like yourself? We had time to do you know, sit one on one with him and spend a day with him certainly has a better perspective than most of us. Well, you know, I'm no Aaron story, but I did like you said in my previous job when I worked at Sporting using wrote features to that magazine. Had half a day or so with We think, Erin it was for his 75th birthday and we wait. Talk to the ballpark. We took a walk. We had lunch. I'll never forget the look on his face. You could imagine you're saying Karen, who, at the height of his earning power made $250,000 that was society, Major league salary and the look on his face when he heard a report. About Manny Rivera is turning down a $25 million on your contract, 100 Times. The salary. Hank Aaron me. Uh, And anyway, he was very charming. But what Yes. I mean, what? What? Enduring about meeting in that I was able to call him a few times since then, I think probably the last time. Would have been just about six years ago today because You probably mentioned it on your show six years today since Ernie Banks start on those two We're looking for a long time friends who started out in the Negro leagues and had a lot to come. Um But, uh, for sure. You know, it's it's Aaron. The man in many ways, respects out. Wait here in the ballplayer. I know he saw himself that And I remember his wife, Billy. Really emphasizing that when I talked to her, you know, talking about his tremendous gift for humanity and Desire to advance the cause of mankind, and a lot of listeners will remember the name injury Young. He was groundbreaking African American mayor of Atlanta who became Congressman that Ambassador to the United Nations. He is a form of more than 50 years was best friend. Take care, and he delighted and telling me back in 2000 and nine about how everybody always wants to talk baseball with Hank Aaron and Karen wanted to talk about Politics. He wanted to talk about disadvantaged youth. In Atlanta, and he wanted to talk about the water world around there. Uh, Very interested in the acting head largely put baseball in the rear view, even though he still worked for the grace. Of course, he was a baseball guy, but that did not define it. No, And he also talked about Steve Greenberg from the Sun Times. It's interesting, because as you just said it, you said you took a walk with him. Um, even just that, just walking down the street with a guy like Hank Aaron as as a reporter. And, you know, in the importance of Hank as a baseball guy, And then, as all the other things he did, you had to just shake your head and pinch yourself. I know I'm sure you talked to many other people, but talking to Hank Aaron, he's just walking down the street with him having a meal with him. Hey, seemed like you're no an everyday guy who could be a lot more. I don't know what you want to say, Arrogant stand office, but he everybody I know that has ever had a chance to meet him, says he was the most normal, gentle, kind person they've ever met. You know what I think really largely form. That point of view that it was intentional for him. You know, he was really stunned by and resentful of a lot of the hatred that he received, as he Closed in on the home run record on gay Bruce record came from fans that came for media and came from all sides and something he said that then a quote I look down because I wanted to make sure the reading on the on the air here If you guys just, you know, he said, I've learned how to forget a person who can't learn that is a miserable person because you walk around all your life hating people, and you're not built for that. So, yes. You know, he was very kind and warm and generous and all that. I don't think you Um Necessarily was always that way. I'm sure he was always quite dignified. Because, you know, he just said you did that. But Maybe became or trusting. And again it was intentional choice he made, but he got old. So that was part of what was so likable about him, especially later on and by the way, you know their way. No. Guys like us from our parents from Anson uncles from and then we know there's a big difference between 75. Which is what he was dead and 86. Which is what he wasn't the end, right? He, uh I don't know what You know what it was like for him again. But I know you know from having a similar view John Wooden when he was 98 shortly before. You die, and then you know, just last night just happened to talk to my leaving 95. You know, because well, there And so I really, um cherish You know, uh, interactions like that these air Caesar people we need to hold on to, uh, appreciate it. That's the way I feel every time I speak with Billy Williams, who I checked in on a couple times during and that pandemic and Learned that.
"manny rivera" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Please see the link in the episode description to submit an application without further ado, let's continue on our tour with another fascinating case from Amazing Cardi colleagues. Excuse me hey, sorry I don't mean to bother you. But when you when he matures forest park as opposed to be meeting with the Sam Manny and Adam to talk about wash US cardiology fellowship Oh of course and tell them high for me I'm actually copello Reggie Thunder Bara the. Way What a small world actually I've got some time befriend supposed to meet with them. My Name is Ahmed. McCarty NERD, and they're going to teach me some cardiology and also tell me all about why they love being wash you. If you don't mind, I'd love to hear what brought you to this beautiful city. Oh, great. Well yeah that's awesome. I'm a third year here at Wash U. I'll be going into the COOLEST and Narnia specialty in cardiology EP. But it's a story. Do you do you have some time? You know when it comes to cardiology and EP I've got all the time in the world. Okay Great Well My my lover EP has been very long standing I started off as a violent Jamir in Boston and is working with peacemakers and stands and micro chips. So when I got to admit school I learned that e with literally debugging circuits in the heart. So intellectually, it was faith and then I rotated with EPA attending than hearing them consent patients for ablation I wanted to be that doctor who big sure arrhythmias using my own hands, and I was the lead singer of our med school band, the pacemaker. So I was pretty much obligated. At. The same time the NERDY EST but also the most brilliant and cool thing I've ever heard you've got to sing for us now before you go. Home and maybe. That's pretty cool. You've got all these reasons for why you love EP and debugging circuits in the heart how did you come to wash you? Yeah. Well, I came to Wash U. From Stanford where I did my internal medicine residency and I got to work on novel Eighth of Research With My mentor there. SANJIV Mariah. And so as visiting places for cardiology fellowship, I was looking for a program that would continue solid mentorship and innovative research in addition to fantastic clinical training and why she really left an impact on me I interviewed with my now. Philip who pledge and she truly inspired me with his work on noninvasive VAT of lesion, and this is one of the greatest innovations in our field using radiation therapy that's been traditionally used to target tumors and instead directing it to intrigue killer scarves to Oblique VP in without even entering the body, the mind-blowing and this is just come out in the New England Journal of Medicine I really think it's the future of VPN. When docker invited me to work with them on advancing this new technology that was just incredible. So I knew that coming to wash U. I have an incredible mentor and Supportive Fellowship Program both for clinical interest and for. Breakthrough research and another thing that stood out for me from the Wash Interview Day was there is a specific woman in cardiology mentoring group here called impact, which was pretty unique along interview trail, and again, it just reflects the supportive environment here, and I think one of the best parts of that everything I heard about on interview day has come true and more not only have I gotten excellent in clinical training at one of the largest hospitals in the country by I've gotten to present our research on noninvasive ablation the biggest conferences each year, and the fellowship has supported me to take courses on running research lab and even on medical device design at. Mit and speaking of new technologies. Doctor. Koop. Leitch introduces us to a innovation competition here at Wash U. That I entered with my co fellows and developed a novel anti arrhythmic loading system that can start patients on anti arrhythmic safely at Oh. So one day I. Hope to apply these engineering principles who create new devices and innovations that transformed the field of UPN. It all starts as a training. Wow, wretched like. So blown away right now clue you came to wash U. With a purpose and background and you're making the most of it, and actually if you'll entertainment for just a second I, remember when that paper came out about not invasive Viti. Ablation, and if we could nerd that for just a moment, could you remind me? They essentially used Cmr to identify the substrate for bt Scar, and used this story tactic radio surgery to Zap it is is that a my remembering correctly exactly great memory and that's actually one of the areas that I'm going to be researching, which is trying to identify what is the most simple single imaging modality could be used to reliably target patients who are either getting catheter ablation for bt or noninvasive radio station and it all starts with imaging just trying to understand where is the substrate? Where is the VICI circuit, and how can we attack it even non invasive That's just so incredible and is just one example for why cardiology just as a whole is so amazing you know the pace of discovery and innovation with bright minds like yourself, like putting together a background in engineering passion for scientific discovery and taking it back to the bedside keeping the patient at the center. Really just a fills my heart with joy and I'm so glad that people like you are working on things like this at places like wash you clearly the mentorship you've had there is just opening so many doors absolutely I feel so grateful to had such strong mentorship throughout my training and I think that's really one of the ways that Wash U. has really supported and nurtured my. Future career and I think that's important for when going to fellowship to make sure that they can see themselves at that program and potentially can even identify a mentor that they can reach out to in connect with because that really makes all the difference. Yeah. I couldn't agree with you more there. That's really amazing. Oh, cheese look at the time I I'm running a little late I should run but why don't you join us? We're just GONNA talk more cardiology and more watch I'd love for you to be there with us. Oh, that's so nice and eat inviting me I really wish I could actually headed to meet my mentor Dr Koukoulas Right. Now I have him on speed dial Novick deal Matt. I doing virtual visit to wash U. was fantastic getting to nerd out with you. Thank you. Sorry where was it? Is it this way or Or? Basically that big green area and Oh. Okay. Right behind a big sign for Forest Park. That will be Yup got it. Thanks Rachida. Great to meet you U2 daycare. It was so great bumping into. Russia and hearing all about Wash U. from her perspective and thankfully I found a way to forest park. This Day is off to such a great start, and now we get to dive into it with Adam Lick Manny Rivera Maza and San Lender guys welcome to the show. Would you mind introducing yourselves? How's it going? My Name's Adam I`Ma I hear fellow here wash you coming up by way of New Orleans. I did residency at Lsu go tags out here for for years now into enjoy every second of it so far. Hale. I'm manny. Rivera Maza also second year fellow here at Wash U. Coming in from University of Miami, which is where I did my residency next year chief resident. Hi everybody I'm sale linear I'm a third year fellow here at Wash, U. and I matched into the cardiology program here following my internal medicine residency at Duke and I'm looking forward to next year will be staying in the interventional cardiology training program here at this.
"manny rivera" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Armani Rex. Yeah money rocks, Tenet or whatever it'll come to me listen. They've done a good job of of You know putting them out there and Gingham as much Manny Rivera that's what I was thinking of They've done a good job of putting them out there and giving them exposure on their own and stuff So I'm not worried about that. What I am worried about though is you know if he were designed with. Top rank right away. That the is it negated by the fact that FA just sign like does he get lost in the conversation of you know people trying to pit PBC versus top rank top ranked versus golden what like do does that conversation outweigh the significance going to PBC you know they're all good places I think though in all honesty, top rank would. Work best in the sense that they would give him that diet they would handle him with. Kid gloves, per se. I. Don't think he needs that but I do think he needs some more development look the guy was a super heavyweight in the amateurs and he does have an incredible amateur career. The thing about super heavyweights those they never have to make weight. You know he's come in his highest to eighty nine guys in the pros. Okay. And that's a starch difference from two, Forty, eight to forty seven just three years ago. So so this is a guy who you. Know, he weighed two seventy eight in his last fight against a Renzo Smith. He way to eighty nine in the fight before that, which was in June of Two Thousand Nineteen Against Rehman coaching. I don't know how to say that into seventy-five against Mike Bissett like these. Those were all in in two thousand nineteen and to seventy-three. Those were four fights yet in two thousand nineteen and not once did he come under the to seventy limit not limit to seventy eight so I'm not saying he's lazy because he's clearly not he's built fight. He's got what I've heard an engine. He punches hard throughout all rounds from what I've heard like he's a guy who is built to fight and built to last but much better he be if he were to treat it not like he's GonNa hit a certain weight but in a sense like, yeah, I wanNA come in at a certain point. He's already a big guy. You know he doesn't need those twenty extra pounds to be a big guy. You know and if you WANNA do that in a specific fight against the guy who you're, you know you're giving up sized to okay. Fine. Strategically, he needs to put him in better condition we found we found out soon I mean. So I, mean real quick about you know being body beautiful in this sport shirt at all really matter you know what it does matter is putting in the work in the gym. Are you putting in the rounds? Are you put in the work? Not Everybody's GonNa have you know that? Golden Ratio V-SHAPE and looking like my man's Aj Kudos to him. You know for the genetics but not everybody's built like that and this kid like you said, he moves he has an engine. He really does and he does punch hard throughout all the rounds. You know I see them spar up to like eight rounds probably which rare. Rare. Heap heavyweight division people don't punch hard like they get tired. Nor normal you know what I mean so. So you know it's a damn I forgot what the Heck I. I'm so sorry my bad. Just I wanted to make that point like people could say, Oh, you put your heart throughout the but like you don't understand how big a leg that is up and by the way that's one of the first things that anyone told me about him Yo sparred this kid and he was punch justice hard the first as he was in the eight like no slow down even if he's tired, he still hitting you with the same force I've heard he's got very some. Very sneaky power and the sense that. There are. Doesn't seem to throw like he doesn't seem to put everything in a paunch and he still lands it really hard. He still putting you know guys on Queer Street. So I think that at the end of the day when you look at his body of work right now, the totality of seventeen fights twelve Cao's that's very impressive. You know but he has so much of a ceiling and upside that at this point we don't need you to. Fight this big name to get your credibility. We don't need these. Big Names Top ten, top twelve, fifteen in the division yet. Because he's already had so much media exposure. You know what I mean like Philly knows this kid let me tell you one of the biggest things to happen to his career. Okay. He was on the Philly Card when they did the Dallas versus Philadelphia stuff and that was during the eagles Dammit, when was it was during the Eagles cowboys game, right? It was that Sunday and that Saturday or Friday they held a card, right? It was a Broadway boxing not Broadway it was one of those cards in the East Coast Anyway all the fighters philly versus like yo they got so much exposure I fans of Dallas cowboys talking to me about I'm like you don't even know this dude is like, what are you talking about all these talk down on Dallas like man shot you know but but that's what I'm saying is like they dave used marketing tools to their best ability and that's where my heat with Jay was coming in and I'm Jay but rock nation as a whole. Because they dropped the ball. So many times where the lights were on this kid you know even a Dez Bryant re tweeted dermontti rocks. TWI- tweets. When they were talking down on Dallas like this kid had so much going for him and at the end of the day. He still has a very high ceiling. So he's got to land in the right spot. And and and again look like I, said, I'm more worried about you know put it in the work in the gym. So that when he's given this opportunity and or opportunity comes by he's ready for it I don't know I don't know it would be really really nice man I mean I think ness. What Time When when, what are we talking about what? Are we gonNA have somebody in the camp come on. For Damani. No no no. No. I know the. Money and his father then not interview people. Yea. Well you know the invitation is open Mr Demonte rock. You know you're welcome here. And you know remember when Akita had his first press conference in the white chocolate over that zone. You remember that you remember that you know he kinda messed up a little bit. He was up there podlike everybody started cheering him man look this community is boxing community. It's it's it's a lot tighter than people think and sometimes the press is giving a A bad look at the end of the day just trying to report men and never trying to put anybody in an uncomfortable situation or or put them in a situation where we're GONNA ask them uncomfortable questions. So you know just putting that out there champions. But yes. Still Excited Forum I think that you know. One of Phillies hidden little gems what I'm saying the sport of Boxing I. If you could get them in better shape Mario, you're gonNA have a straight monster..
"manny rivera" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Five and you know that on the fence for those games and kind of take it all in I was a great way to end my career. You know, obviously. 03 when our wail Fort didn't at the end, But you know that one swing and one game and you know an extra inning game. You know, I'll take that. So setting up the situation. If anybody doesn't remember this, you guys it down by a run this two outs and nobody on Manny a home run in the top of the 13th Ruben Sierra who I got to tell you. He has been a part of like almost every big Yankee rally. It's incredible throughout history. Ruben Sierra is always in the middle of it. Gets a base hit with two outs. And then Miguel Cairo hits this R B I double to right center field to tie it and like you mentioned the pitcher spot is due up because Jeter was in the two hole came out of the game got pinched it for by Giambi and eventually Bernie, who started the game at GH moved to center. You obviously lose the D a troll. So you're up with a runner on 2nd 2 outs Now it's a tie game, but you've got a field behind you and you've got a rod behind you. Did you know I'm getting a pitch to hit here? I mean, even though there's a base open, I'm going to get a cookie here, especially when Leskanic fell behind you. Absolutely. But, you know, I gotta rewind a little bit. I mentioned that you know, I was able to get for the clubhouse. So when I walk in there, you guys remember John Lever was the right hand of pitchers. Not sure it was a nationally guy, so he knew how to hit He was actually taking swings off the tee, and I remember thinking to myself. I was getting 1 60 at this point, and I walked in there and I said if Joe Torey is going to send a picture of two hit pertinent search and not send May then it's time for me to retire and go home. So there were so many different feelings going on. And then finally, you know, both lever and I get out of the dugout on Joe Torey points in Maine sent me up there. But I had made a mechanical adjustment in my swing that day with Don Mattingly whose are hitting coach and he felt like I should stand a little taller, so he had the barrel on my back. Kind of pointing down my back. And when I looked at that at that, the first thing I think is the adjustment that I made with Donnie that day and the first pitch I saw from Leskanic. I just saw the ball so much better than I had. The whole first past I mentioned I was in 1 60 I was struggling. I thought there was a chance they were going to release me at that point, But the first pitch I saw from the Scandic there was a strike. I saw it well, and then Evan judgments I get ahead in the count three and one. And I just glanced over to Gary Sheffield. And I kind of smart, too myself thinking there's no way Leskanic wants him. He's going to come right at me and I cheated. I cheated for fastball, and he threw me a little cutter on the outside half. And lucky enough for May. I was able to keep it fair and for some crazy reason, Manu Ramirez being Manny Rivera. He was shaving me to left center field home career. I pulled everything I pulled. I never went the other way. So when I hit the ball originally, I thought it was gonna be a routine fly ball to Manny. But he had me shaded towards center field, and he's so A lot of things came together to Ah, that one when you see the replay that it's crazy, because it comes off your back and man, he's a 1,000,000 miles away from the baseball. So you see it flying and you knew right away. All right, The game is over. I mean, immediately. The game is over. So there wasn't any scouting report that should have led many in that direction. That was just a mania being Manny moment on the way he shaded you in left field that day. I listen. When I hit that ball, I said that should be a routine fly ball to left field because I was still in everybody's, which is made of coal. And for some reason, when I got halfway down the line, and I saw many, where square his position he had no chance. I'll take that. Obviously, man. You hooked me up on that one. John, It's going to John Flaherty. I gotta fast forward it to the playoffs. I've never gotten old four because I never got a chance to ask any Yankee descent. And I want to ask you this. When did you guys realise in the old for a L. C s That you could lose the Siri's. I mean, you guys are up three. Not then you kill him in Fenway was in 19 8 Whatever. Game three was. Nobody's ever come back from 30 tow tow win a Siri's What moment did you kind of think? Boil boy. The Red Sox could maybe win this that ever about that, John did that come into your mind The team's mind at some point or when did it I can't speak for the team, obviously, but when we lost game for the extra inning game, you know I walked from the bullpen. It's Fenway into the dugout, and I said All right, no big deal. We're in great shape right when we lost Game five. In extra innings and I was taking that walk from the bullpen to the dugout. I started thinking myself there might be look, Can we lose this? Andi? I was the first time it really crept into my mind. And then, Okay, we're going home. We're going home crowd. Everything's going to be fine. Lieber throws a good game. But shilling does what he does with, you know, And then once we got the game seven You know, obviously there was a lot of pressure on us and you know, I was in the bullpen for James. And we had announced ardor for Game seven. At that point, we're midway through it right and down on the open his hobby Vasquez and Kevin Brown and Joe to Marie calls down of the bolt pennies in a guy answered, and he says, Hey, is brownie there? I put him on the phone and all I heard was, I'll give you what I have. And I just assumed that conversation was. Can you start Game seven for us tomorrow, and Kevin Brown said. I'll give you what I have. And when that answer came from the phone, I kind of put my head down. And so I don't know how this one's going to go and Obviously we know how it turned out. Well, we know what he had, which was nothing, right? Exactly. We're talking to John Flaherty. Couple of things on this baseball season. Joe and I were just talking about it. Obviously, this is a season like we've never seen before. Assuming we get it started on time, and it happens. Off days for position players the amount of eating starters they're going to throw. You know how this thing is going to be managed. How do you think it's going to be managed? Are you goingto kind of look at position players? You think and say, Hey, go play every day. There's only 60 of these. Let's go or do you almost need to be more cautious because there was only a three week spring training and you wonder about guys getting her? What do you think about that? Well, you know, I'm old school all the way..
"manny rivera" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Are so just for we lost Orleans audio it sounded like they were giving a plea or giving commands to disperse that's what I found it I don't couldn't tell how much time they had to get out of there if they're doing the fifteen minute increment thing that they did at the port a little bit earlier or if they just have to be out of there by eight o'clock which is the the curfew lives second elderly she's back now Arlene okay sorry guys I apologize for that so in the midst of all that you heard me once again giving people another opportunity to get out of this area although some people believe that that is a level to them as protesters because they aren't doing it in their mind you know anything wrong there's nothing going on I have a gentleman here saying if you don't mind if we change has higher ground here so he's shooting from that angle name Sir my name is Manny Rivera many Rivera please keep your mask on for us thank you can you tell us what what you just saw which I also saw but I want to know from a point right he says sitting across the street some protesters are close to the cops I get the cops gave them a couple warnings one guy got aggressive and started running and then that's when the cops cannot rush the rest of the crowd there with them and they're arrested three people okay we're going to turn this around but they're moving stay with us here Danny these officers are moving their line they are now much closer to vacate Boulevard by the way we were warned by people here don't know who but a woman came up to us and said that if they get to where we are here at the freedom tower they will throw tear gas I I don't know if that is accurate or not but obviously we are monitoring that and we have these officers here on the side of the Tripoli arena on Biscayne and we're on the west side of the screen and then we have more protesters on the south side of we're on the south area from where we are but I wanted to talk to Danny here many many too many because he did see the same arrests I did it was more than one with multiple arrests and I just I I I keep asking why I think they're just exercising their first amendment rights and the freedom of speech I guess the cops didn't like it a couple inspired running and that's when the cops are rushing to he didn't arrest anybody that they can get honestly the real people that are taking part out away end of bystanders we're just trying to make no the ones are by the rest of it I mean what is that Rick Rick arrest look like I mean it was as one person and and how many of police officers what what describe like a cop on top of one person I think that you know one or two because the not but just just like the produce then they got four five people on top of one person when I think it can be easy a lot more Mannix right what are they resisting officers were not I mean they were they couldn't resist they couldn't move let's just be fair for second year these officers are giving these folks a lot of time I mean we're here for a while so so tell us about that part of it I mean your opinion on how much time the date that they've given and and and what's actually happening here over giving us the time in the space to protest peacefully and on there not being as aggressive at that but I thought that I had yesterday but I think that they went a little too far but just trying to get everybody when one or two bad apples don't make a scene verbally and they start rushing everybody is near them I think is a little okay and raises the crowd and gonna serve the wrong purpose how many arrested you see Sausal part three okay are you here today to my excitement my freedom right here my rights on I've been a victim of the system I work with are you on a nonprofit organization called in power to you the the view that there is a program for inner city youth so I see what the system can do and how the system oppress the people of poverty minorities and I'm here to change the hopefully now how how can how can this be changed home honestly by letting people be heard and economically empowering our communities I can only leaders but also keeping the same energy that we are now protesting in high numbers but taking that to the ballot in November and making the change because that's our biggest weapon our voice and our choices enough thank you so much many for your time thanks to meet you so we're staying out here where the Miami Dade officers have stayed in line they've actually their special top response team has just gone down south on Biscayne where those protesters are standing there's also a number of police officers on the B. side part of the base game here and like many just sad that I'm sorry I'm also seeing bicycle officers so I don't know whether or not there will be some type of confrontation with the protesters were looking at this now this appears to be possibly city of Miami police you were trying to keep a safe distance here so you know I don't understand if these protesters cannot be on the sidewalk so this could be the issue that we're.
"manny rivera" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I can't imagine doing something like sister to then where you're put into a school situation that there's a ton of young people yeah. I'm always yeah so many of them. Disappeared appeared yeah. There are so many people in that movie on the I mean the whole cast obviously the monks and everybody else but ask me who asked me about anyone be able to tell you what's up with research them sure we all your rappers everybody in their Sir such interesting such interesting guys didn't even the young man who has the big solo the WHO was lead singer. Yes I know you're talking about. He changed his. He's the right my slave name yeah yeah yeah yeah. I think if I know who you're talking about so many people in there that that you would think you're obviously you never stopped working but you had general of Hewitt who tiny part yeah. She's there to be pretty upset thing. She's supposed to be that she's airlines are like and can we put makeup on you know. That's her thing yeah. We're going to have time for this on me yeah and she's one of the ones who stayed well. I think the people that that did St- I think the the people that did sustain a career with the people that were not <hes> sort of <hes> tied to labels IDA musically because there you go we were not. We weren't like you know a scooped up by a label and said you're going to be the next Madonna. You're going to be the next you know I. I don't know you're going to be the next L._l.. Cool J whatever they would compare them to but these kids weren't initially actors they were entertainers and they had great voices and I think maybe I I'm just assuming that they probably got scooped up by labels and they were given one chance unfortunately as as as a music as recording artists you're given one chance in it's all on you and if the record sales don't do well well then you know you're sort of a flash in the PAN. Unfortunately were as an acting if a movie you do as a big flop. It's not on you yeah. It's everything that has a lot to especially. If you're uh the star when you are which is why you know Fuji's Lauryn Hill's Fuji's was it was like catching lightning but for them she won the Lotto. I mean she was a part of Van Band was she was part of a group that was very zeitgeist Zeitgeist Dean and what did she do. They spun it because she was just so beautiful and she had such an interesting unique sophisticated voice for such a for child that they were able to sort of groom her into becoming you know Ms Lauren Hill and it also I think you know <hes> being a part of the whole Marley you know planet. All of it really adds more to the mistake of being Lauren Hill so. I think that that is what what what people really gravitated hated toward but you know you have something like sister act to that. That is sort of these kids were hoping to be a launching pad to a music career of course and music careers are just so short-lived like the the life of an athlete yeah. I you know what I was just one of those like you know singing lessons then ballet lessons than acting lessons and I never really took it seriously <hes> you because I would I would go to New York and then I'd hear these kids live and I'd be like Oh wow well. They really have exercised that muscle. I'm a little rev around the edges but you know it's you. You're not given as as much opportunity to sing living Los Angeles as you would as I would have better. I lived in New York so that's that's the reason behind that get to sing in one of the greatest movies of all time cutting Oh yeah yeah hey has stuck with so many of us absolutely as you see that Liz oh just performed and did a tribute no she was oh just performed at the MTV movie awards and did a tribute to the joyful joyful. Oh that's so cool where she says Liz has take off your rogue. She starts in Aerob- singing then they do the the harmonizing and the vocalizing watch it on Youtube and just have a laugh. That's amazing 'cause it stays unbelievable. Yeah it it it you never you never have been cut till Aguirre's later and I was pregnant very pregnant and I got a call all from the the Lien Greg who directed cocoa yes yes. He someone you guys have to like interview he is do you know him. Li used to be the projectionist Dennis. What in the theater U._S._C. where I teach when he's just so so with the class with with Coq Libra Oh my God which is a beautiful beautiful film? Oh and congratulations thank you get asked me to sing in it and I was like Oh wow what what an opportunity. This is awesome. What was just to reverse just for a moment of how did you get into voice acting because you've been doing that a long time? Ah Yes coco's just the latest most prominent example of that. You started doing that a long time ago. That's a great question and I'll tell you what happened. I was not working a lot. I mean it's like the Pamela Avalon story shirt the you know what I mean I was. I got a little bit parts and indies and stuff but I wasn't making a lot of money you know and my manager had <hes> had a client over at vox boxes. <hes> <hes> a voice a voice artist <hes> agency Z. and she'd said you know you might WanNa try voiceovers and I thought yeah let's let's try it and Lo and behold I just started getting call backs for little boys constantly little boys and I thought Oh but. It it was so much fun because I thought well I get to mimic all the cartoon characters that I fell in love with when I was growing up I mean I was dictated to marry melodies jerk der- or I mean we know I I know like all the dialogue most of the of the cartoons so to me it was late as that's music to his ear demanding. I'm GonNa test me started do do you know what I was just watching it. The the other day and I just couldn't stop cracking up. My son was looking at me like I was out of my mind but Little Red Riding Hood which she turns out to we sing this around <music>. We walked singing that rather free. What a perfect part anyway? I mean you get to be silly when you're doing voiceovers started working a lot and that's how you know I was able to to grandma sixty guys for grandma big ice for so called refunding out that that was b-b-bend Sarah I grew up watching on camera very sedate. You know characters last burns and Georgian gracie's neighbor on the Brinson Allen show no she was the star of Petticoat junction. You really know all of this too hard anyway anyway so you got to do it now yes and then and then pound puppies pound poppy I said a and B. Yes and Rengo and and <hes> Oh a lot of them boy at Brandon Mister whiskers and I started doing a little almost you know these <hes> these little spots for you know nutrition attrition announces for Health Health Announcements for children like bananas GimMe Energy just when I need for soccer so like like a little boy little Athena boy running around in fact yeah I remember this when when you reference Pamela Avalon a little one that is those who don't know Nabi Hill she was Bobby Hill on the hill why because they realized that if they hired a real twelve or thirteen year old boy his voice would change at some point yes and it was much more reliable right to hire an adult to do that voice and then they could always do that right. It is played by a girl yes so you were Rivera. Manny Rivera an Ebay for a long time and that was sort of my first big thing where I was you know playing you. You know the lead on this little on this this little Sean nickelodeon playing this little boy and I just I couldn't believe how fun it was. That was back in the days where all the voice over actors would be in one studio the acting what what a fun Gig you can wear your P._J.'s to work. It is awesome yeah and that's like like doing a radio show. There's an ensemble. There's whereas feature film we've been doing a lot of time quite a few lovely. The voice folks on films. They generally record you separately. Individually which I'm sure has its benefits right production. It's good for them. It's a very solitary but it's Scott Bueller tougher for you. I was worse sure now for those who don't know you are the matriarch in cocoa. That is a heck of a role. Oh that was so much fun it was it was just another audition because nowadays you can record your additions on your I phone right <hes> you can record it. Trial changed yeah that's right and when they had sent me the audition I read it and of course you know it's like Fort Knox at Pixar very very very secretive about what they're you know presenting sure and and so I assumed that why is this woman mad about her photo not being on an old friend but she had the D._M._v.. I don't understand just I think she's upset that she said the D._N._B.. Or something I was reading a lot of my my husband was in the other room and he heard me and it took him hearing what the dialogue wasn't he came in. He was like Alana. She's dead a she's dead. It's he was like it's almost like beetlejuice. Yeah I think she maybe she doesn't realize she's dead or something but yeah I think this is this. This might be a day of the dead. Movie is not going to be entered out today. That movie David that yeah that there's a lot of fun and that movie means a lot. Mike God who a lot of and I'm sure that you're Hispanic family. All over the place is thrilled. Unbelievable says it broke all kinds of records in Mexico. It was yeah you became the number one movie and yeah in in Mexican history to be made it was it really did tug on everyone's heart strings and I think it was just it was at such a perfect time obviously because we were you know obviously unfortunately <hes> we've been under such <hes> scrutiny these past couple of years and and for us to to to to have a movie that finally shines the light on the sophistication of the culture is so important because very many very few people know it. It's not just about sugar skulls and it's not just sugar a whole meaning and it's already work with Gutierrez. Yes Rivera who made book of life that was a movie about yes there you go and that was about mass that was just a masterpiece and I think what cocoa did was. It brought everyone could relate to it because it was all about the importance of family and being members sure and everyone's biggest fear do I think is to be forgotten so <hes> that it really did touch a lot of people I'm so proud of them being raised with a Salvadorian Mumia which is why he's mommy does he <hes> defying Sandal bit. Oh yeah the junk lead Jangling Iowa's honest yeah on the floor laughing so hard I came home. I went to my mom and I was like you have to see this movie. You're GonNa die absolutely the Sandal. You had to be afraid really God yes. Oh I I love it. I love it there. I'm thrilled ear in it and especially as I say for your family that gets to be something very <hes> especial so special over absolutely and something I could show my my son absolutely there's another one where we're talking about. These these roles that differ generations and depending on how old you are. That's a big deal and that's going to be a movie where when someone's twenty or thirty they go. Oh God that was my favorite film growing up. I loved it so much. That's how they know. Yeah Yeah Yeah our wild. It's it's something speaking of recognition. You have been on a number T._V. T._v.. Show guest stars innumerable TV series but as regular <hes> characters recurring characters sure you've been on a number of right now. You're on euphoria before he out which is big deal. Getting a lot of you. Were on girlfriends guide to divorce. Yes well for several years. I mean so when you're on T._v.. Show that's kind of hot. Do People's recognize recognize you at the grocery store at the gas station..
"manny rivera" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mariano? Bob Sheppard the late great Bob Sheppard announced some enter Sandman by Metallica. Michael Riedel one of know, why Rivera who he called? Manny rivera. No. Call them Sandman. Yeah. Well, that's obvious. Why he put the opposing batters to sleep because he was boring. No. He had a great cutter is a great pitcher. Anyway, another former Yankee pitcher Messina also made the hall of fame, this whole unanimous thing gets me because Babe Ruth wasn't unanimous and Willie Mays and tie Cobb and all the other greats were unanimous. So I'm happy for Rivera was a great player and a great guy. But you know, there are other players who should have been unanimous before him, and they weren't because of baseball writers, you know, 'cause writers in general are just an odd lot. If you write for a newspaper. We're a talented lot an odd. Also in the big three Newark airport closed for a time yesterday drones in the area. Rounding out the big three. The Senate is going to vote tomorrow on two bills to end the government shutdown. I can't wait because he stand the chance that needs to happen. Oh shut up. All we need to him. He's you're right. We have more tickets to see the who that's coming up at eight thirty. We will play name that who song you have a chance to win some tickets. But seriously that who song? Well, that's what it is. Well, I was thinking. Who is Natalie? Now. Now, you can say name the song from the who you have to phrase it better. You can call it. A who song? I think. You can call it. They're so simple. Bob, so simple. Now, you're calling me Dame's I want you to know that I'm not so simple. I am as on the moderate side of insanity. Navigate Joe Bill wider of the moderate side of Zemin's. Correct. That's what his name is. I thought that was I figured that was a compliment. Well, that's because you just simply not enough. I think those Catholic boys are guilty of being racist. I did not say what you do. And I've noticed the pattern. It took me a year to figure it out. You just take something I think and explode into some other issue. I never said they were racist. I never said there were one hundred percent at fault. I never said any of that. But you imply it you do you do. Imply bartlett. I gotta help Michael. A big famous newspaper writer. Len let me tell you what your pattern is. You say no, I understand. I know the video was longer. I'm not saying that they're guilty. Then there's this pause. And then comes the baht, that's the implication. And that's what you really think. Ooh. You guys haven't even been gathering a year yen honeymoon's over. I just did it ever start. Never never consummated. Here's the problem. And it's the problem not which just this issue is the problem with America today. It's a problem with FOX and CNN everything to everybody is either black or white and everything I don't mean racial, everything is either one side hundred percent or the other side one hundred percent, no one ever considers nuance or grey areas. And I think that's a problem. What did those kids? Do what did the kids do? Do I have to say again? Oh, look at the videos. You found everyone. You heard them yelling about the rape in one of those. I heard that. But because I told you, but look at you know, what they were under attack fine. Okay. They weren't a hundred one hundred percent innocent. They were kids waiting for the bus. They were. Yes. Hundred percent kids waiting for. And they ended up being taunted by this other group. And then the next thing, you know, the guy with the drum comes and confronts them, the Vietnam veterans, Vietnam better. So everything they didn't set is totally excused. Provoked by that other grew. We've we've dealt with this. Hey, the President Presidents turning into Johnny. Cochran. Remember OJ's lawyer? Yeah. If it doesn't fit you must have. That's right. Yeah. So the president build the wall and cry wolf all I like that. Held the wall and crime will fall we build the wall cry wolf all this is the new theme for two years until the wall is finished under construction now of the Republican party use it and pray. Wallet cry wolf all I don't know about that. Yeah. Is that a prayer wall? Like they have their in Jerusalem. I don't know. By the way. One more thing about the kids. I see. Well, here we go. Here's the boss. See what one guy wants to say one caller wants to say, he says, I'm always anti Trump. This has nothing whatsoever. Because they had make America. Great hats. Exactly, right. There's been convicted. I of the mainstream media they had make America radio within my mind, and in my heart pretty much. Yeah. We we can read you, absolutely. Nothing whatsoever to do with the fact, they worrying maga- hats. Zero. There's no there's no coming. All right. Yeah. Did he? So what are these two bills tomorrow? What has finally voting the Senecas Mitch McConnell has ended his winter hibernation? So they're going to have to build tomorrow. One will be with a wall that will be the Republican side. The Democrats will have opened the government without the wall. Neither will get passed. And even if one of them if the non wall gets passed. President's going to veto it. And I would think so. Yeah. Yeah. So is this right back where we started house. This has to end it's not fair. I know Michael every time CNN puts up a furloughed employees. There's another bleeding heart up there. These people are hurting, Michael. Here's just cruel cold. You don't care government was what are you gonna do for them? They're totally pawns in this game. But the data held hostage. It is Trump who extended the hand of compromise Lenny he put forth a proposal and immediately. It was rejected by Nancy Pelosi because she feels that she's winning this battle, and she doesn't have to do anything. Now, Trump is trying to compromise. It's the Democrats who are unwilling to compromise. And that is why eight hundred thousand people are not getting paychecks the Democrats fault. So you think it's a compromise when he's giving back temporary DACA for three years. He's the one who took it away. So now that I took it away. I'm gonna give it back. There's my big compromise. That's a very Big Joe Joe the parrot over. Eh Joe every time. Yup. Tracker guys, white conservative old version of Yup. Exactly, right. Exactly. Right. Len. You can't absolve the Democrats from responsibility. They as well as I think a wall is just a vanity project that is not going to stop crime is not going to stop drugs. It's not gonna stop anything. He says it's going to stop the president wants money for the wall, the compromises, yo you they don't come five billion and given two billion. He builds part of this. Doc. I think they'd be willing to give them the money. No not. It'd be willing to give them the money and call a border security, and he can do whatever he wants with. It has that fine fine. I think they can do that. I wish they would. But what happens if he uses it to build the wall that nobody knows fine. I think you can take five point eight billion. I if I were a democrat Nair said, let's throw a couple of billion cut it in half three two point nine whatever border security, two point nine give us give us the visa, whatever. The other program was deal fine with that's the deal. He would take. But the Democrats. He took a deal last time. And then Laura Ingram said no good or Ann Coulter said no good. All right. Coming up next year, right? This is like a bobble head over there. Hey coming up next year. Give it away. Tickets to see who the who. Right at a time..
"manny rivera" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Some enter Sandman by Metallica. Michael Riedel wanted to know why Rivera who he called Manny Rivera know, why they call them. Sandman? Yeah. Well, that's obvious. Why he put the opposing batters to sleep because he was boring. No. He had a great clutter is a great pitcher. Anyway, another former Yankee pitcher Messina also made the hall of fame, this whole unanimous thing gets me because Babe Ruth wasn't unanimous and Willie Mays and tie Cobb and all the other greats were unanimous. So I'm happy for Riveria was a great player and a great guy. But you know, there are other players who should have been unanimous before him, and they weren't because of baseball writers writers in general are just an odd lot. If you write for a newspaper where talented lot an odd. Also in the big three Newark airport closed for a time yesterday drones in the area. Rounding out the big three. The Senate is going to vote tomorrow on two bills to end the government shutdown. I can't wait see either one stand the chance that needs to happen. Oh shut up. All we need to him is you're right. It's. We have four tickets to see the who. That's coming up at eight thirty. We will play name that who song you have a chance to win some tickets. But seriously that who song? Well, that's what it is. I was thinking. Who is Natalie? The who song now. Now, you can say nameless song from the who you have to phrase it better. You can call it. A who song? I think. You can call it hustle. You were going there. So simple. I'm so simple. Now, you're calling me names. I want you to know that I'm not so simple. I am on the moderate side of. Insanity. Yes. That guy Joe Bill wider. Remember? Moderate side of his name is correct. That's what his name is. I thought that was I figured that was a compliment. Well, that's because you just simply don't wanna go there enough. I think those Catholic boys guilty being racist. I did not say what you do. And I've noticed the pattern. It took me a year to figure it out. You just take something I think and then explode into some other issue. I never said they were racist. I never said there were one hundred percent at fault. I never said any of that. But you imply it you do you do. Imply bartlett. I gotta help Michael. A big famous newspaper writer. Len let me tell you what your pattern is. You say no, I understand. I know the video was longer. I'm not saying that they're guilty. Then there's this pause. And then comes the baht, that's the implication. And that's what you really think. Ooh. You guys haven't even been together. A year yen honeymoon's over just did ever start. Now. Never did this wedding was consummated. Here's the problem. And it's the problem not which just this issue is the problem with America today. It's a problem with FOX and CNN everything to everybody is either black or white and everything I don't mean racial, everything is either one side hundred percent or the other side one hundred percent, no one ever considers nuance or grey areas. And I think that's a problem. What did those kids? Do the kids do. Do I have to say again, Joe go look at the videos. You found everyone. You heard them yelling about rape in one of those. I heard that. But I heard that because I told you, but look at you know, what they were under attack fine. Okay. They weren't a hundred. So they're one hundred percent innocent. They were kids waiting for the bus. They were one hundred percents waiting Vasu, and they ended up being taunted by this other group. And then the next thing, you know, the guy with the drum comes and confronts them the Vietnam veteran baby at Phnom better. So everything they didn't set is totally excused. Provoked by that other group if we've dealt with this. Hey, the President Presidents turning into Johnny Cochran. Remember OJ's lawyer? Yeah. If it doesn't fit you must have bought caps, the president, build the wall and cry wolf all I like that. Yeah. Build the wall and crime will fall we build a wall, a cry wolf all this is the new theme for two years until the wall is finished under construction now of the Republican party use it and pray. Wallet cry wolf all I don't know about that print. Yeah. Is it a prayer wall? Like they have their in Jerusalem. I don't know. By the way. One more thing about the kids. I thought well, I see here we go. Here's the boss. See what one guy wants to say one caller wants to say, he says, I'm always anti-trump this has nothing whatsoever because they had make America. Great hats. Exactly right there. They have been convicted. I of the mainstream media because they had make America radio would send my mind and in my heart pretty much. Yeah. We we can read you. Absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the fact they were maga- hats by zero. There's no there's no but coming all, right. Yeah. So what do you?.