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Catching on: Mazeika's home run lifts Mets over Mariners 5-4
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Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return
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Update on the latest sports
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Verlander solid again as Astros complete sweep of Mariners
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Author Andrew Klavan and Eric Discuss 'The Truth and the Beauty'
"Volks welcome back, I'm talking to Andrew clavin. Do you understand? I'm talking to Andrew clavin, he's written a book called the truth and beauty. It's an amazing book. It is at least brilliant, at least, brilliant. And it was just wonderful to read Andrew, I want to say, congratulations on really having the guts to write this book because I can see how a lot of editors or publishers would try to steer you in different directions. And you, obviously, said to them, shut up. Here's the book. And I'm so glad I'm so glad you did. There's only one editor that I could think of. When I finished it and I put it, as you know, I put a lot of work into it, I thought gee, if this one editor turns this down, I simply don't know where else where else I'll go. So Webster Joanne sees now the publisher of zander van, but he was my editor on my memoir, and he took it instantly. I'm not surprised. He would be the one that I would suggest and God bless him for doing that. Because this is an important book, and I think that, as I said, the level of writing what you get into, what really delighted me, as I mentioned this earlier, how you bring to life figures that I didn't really think of biographically. I mean, somebody mentions coleridge, okay, I've heard of the rhyme of the ancient Mariner. You mentioned keats, you mentioned it. These are figures that I had not really come to appreciate as human beings, just as these names behind poems.
Popups become adventures as Mariners beat White Sox 5-1
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Lucinda From Moink Shares Her Story
"Her? You may already know her as the woman behind a company that I'm excited about. It's called moo plus oink equals moin. Do you get it? Box dot com lucinda. Welcome to the program. Well, thank you for having me, Eric. Well, now where do you come from? Well, I come from a small town called Lebel, and Missouri. In Missouri. They call it Missouri. I know it's Missouri. I mean, I know that you're not close to an airport if you pronounce it Missouri. You're a real missourian. Right? Something like that. Come on. So your story because I want my audience to get to know you and the whole story. But tell us the short version just to start of what is morning and moik box and the family farm. And just give us that. And then we're going to get into the backstory. Yeah, sure. Well, I'm an 8th generation farmer. 8th generation farmer. You don't look that old. How's that possible? Right. Thank you. You're an 8th generation farmer. Yes. Can you tell us how far that goes back? What year are we talking about? Well, since they came over and actually they came through New York than Virginia. And then they end up in Kentucky. But you don't even know when this is. I know in the early 1800s, we moved from Kentucky to Missouri, which is why I sound the way I was. But I was saying, but if I were part of an 8th generation something, I would give you dates. I give you the day of the week that we came over. I mean, 8th generation is so far back by American standards. I'm wondering if you didn't come across the land bridge, the Bering strait language from Siberia because we're talking way, way, way back. Okay, but so you are now, you're it. You're the 8th generation. Yes, so I was born raised and still hail from a town of 600 people. And so I grew up on a family farm, obviously. And when I was 11, my father died and my mother was left with 6 mouths to feed in a farm she couldn't afford. I know that seems crazy that she would have land everywhere and we would go hungry, but it's kind of like that water water everywhere and nothing to eat. And not a drop to drink. Yeah, nothing. What is that from Alvin? Coleridge? The ancient Mariner. And by the way, who cares? Go ahead. So anyway, didn't make sense to me. So I really made it when I grew up. I felt like it was my life mission to help family farmers be independent outside of big egg to be able to make a living to have an honest day's pay for an honest day's wage.
Haniger keeps M's playoff hopes alive with rally vs Angels
"The Seattle mariners rallied late to keep their playoff hopes alive with a six four win over the Los Angeles angels after the angels grabbed a four three lead with a three run Jared walls home run on the top of the eighth the mariners loaded the bases in the bottom of the inning or Mitch Haniger put them back on top with a two out two run single you want to come to the field late in September with something on the line you know fighting to make the postseason fighting to win a World Series that's what we prepare for every offseason prepare for every spring that gave Haniger five RBIs for the game he previously had a two run Homer and they run plating base set the Marist eight one game outside of an American League wild card playoff spot going into the last day of the regular season Jim Bernard Seattle
Angels deliver blow to Mariners' playoff hopes with 2-1 win
"The Los Angeles angels dealt a setback to the Seattle Mariners playoff quest with a two one victory all this going to place in the first three innings the bears had runners in scoring position with no outs in both the seventh and ninth innings but couldn't plate the tying run manager Scott services this is been reference team this year I don't think our guys trying to hoard ring like that like I said we've played this game so many times this year and we've always been able to you know put something together tonight we just didn't Brandon Marshall's two run double gave the angels the runs they needed Jared Kelly drove in Seattle's run the loss drops the mers into a tie with the Toronto Blue Jays one game behind the Boston Red Sox for the last American League wild card playoff spot with just two games left in the season Jim Bernard Seattle
Red Sox lose to Orioles again, tied for second AL wild card
"Right now castle smacked a three run homers the Orioles took the rubber match of their three game set with the red Sox six to two the birds scored three times in the third inning and three in the six to back Alexander wells who entered the game with a seven point six one E. R. A. well tell the red Sox to a run and three hits over six innings including a home run by ki K. Hernandez on the game's first pitch losing pitcher Nick Pivetta was reached for three runs and four hits over four two thirds the red Sox fell into a tie with the mariners for the second AL wild card two games behind the Yankees and want to head to the blue jays I'm the very
Contending Mariners win for 10th time in 11 games; A's out
"The mariners rallied for a four two win over the athletics keeping Seattle just a half game behind the red Sox for the second AL wild card tie France broke a two two tie with a sacrifice fly in the seventh one inning before Abraham Toro homered for the first time this month Jerry Colonna provided a two run double in the mariners tenth win in eleven games overall and their twelfth straight over the aids Seattle had never before beaten a team twelve straight times the loss eliminates the athletics from the wild card race I'm Dave Ferrie
Haniger's homer helps M's beat A's 4-2, close in wild card
"The mariners are within a half game of Boston for the second AL wild card following Seattle's four two verdict over the athletics Mitch Haniger belted his one hundredth career home run one night after hitting to win a round of Oakland Jake Fraley provided a go ahead two run double in the mariners fortieth comeback win Tyler Anderson pitched four innings on just two days rest for the Ms who won their team record eleventh straight game over Oakland the mariners are eighteen games over five hundred for the first time since August twenty eighteen following their ninth victory in ten contests the ETS remain three and a half games out of a playoff berth I'm Dave Ferrie
Bassitt returns but Mariners beat A’s 6-5 for 4-game sweep
"The mariners picked up their fifth straight win by turning a four one deficit into a six five decision over the athletics Seattle rallied after Chris Bassett pitched three shutout innings for Oakland less than a month after surgery to repair facial fractures home runs what the ends to their tenth win a row versus the eighties cal Raleigh started to come back with a two run Homer mai chan again tied it with his thirty fifth and Louise Turpin's followed with a two run shot the outcome puts the mariners two games behind the idle Yankees for the second AL wild card the Acer for back I'm Dave Ferrie
Seager's three RBIs help Mariners stop A's 5-game win streak
"Seattle's four two victory at Oakland keeps the athletics two games behind for the second AL wild card and brings the mariners within three games Kyle Seager was three for four with three RBIs including a two run single in a three run third Mitch Haniger doubled twice and winning pitcher Tyler Anderson allowed just one run and four hits fanning seven over seven innings tie France added an RBI single in the third offshore Minaya who matched a career high with his tenth loss that's huge man number closer from a certain right now coming out of your garden sh yeah that's the crazy because last week's policy wall picked up his ninth save as the et's had their five game winning streak snapped I'm the ferry
Schwarber, Vazquez Power Red Sox Past Mariners 9-4 in 10
"The red Sox erupted for six runs in the tenth inning to beat the mariners nine to four Kyle Schwarber delivered a two run single and scored on a two run double by Christian Vazquez hunter Renfroe hit a solo Homer for the red Sox who scored the tiebreaking run on a passed ball Adam Ottavino retired four batters in winning for the second time in two days Seattle broadcast was talking about at the end of bench in this series and I think at least I did I took it personally so but that we were a little bit different so the last two nights Kyle Seager hit a two run double for the mariners who are three and a half games out of a wild card berth Eric Swanson took the loss the outcome keeps the red Sox in a tie for the first two AL wild card berths I'm Dave Ferrie
Seattle Mariners to Host 2023 MLB All-Star Game
"The seattle mariners. Won't say why. Ken griffey junior and edgar martinez have space needle flag-raising duty this afternoon but were it is that it's to announce the m.'s. Will host an upcoming all star game at t. mobile park. Espn says their sources. Say seattle is the pick for twenty twenty three the last time the hosted was back in two thousand one which is also the last time. The team made the playoffs. Still working on that second part
Schwarber's 3-Run Double Lifts Red Sox Over Mariners 8-4
"The Boston Red Sox broke a two all tie with a five run eighth inning in route to an eight four win over the Seattle Mariners the red Sox loaded the bases with Xander Bogaerts trouble in a pair of walks then pinch hitter Kyle Schwarber cleared them with a three run double to right field Alex Verdugo later added a two run Homer to complete Boston scoring in the frame the red Sox are now in a three way tie with the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays for the two American League wild card playoff spots the mariners meanwhile find themselves three games behind them Jim Bernard Seattle
Haniger Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Mariners Top Red Sox 5-4
"Mitch Haniger three run Homer broke a two all tie in the seventh inning is a Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox five to four the mariners rally came with two outs taking advantage of an error a broken bat single then Hannah goes high fly ball which just cleared the left field wall I know this can be really close I was just I was screaming at the ball the Kerry and luckily you know by a foot or two over so yeah happy one out the red Sox rallied with two runs in the eighth inning on back to back home runs but Seattle hung on for the win striking out fifteen red Sox batters in the process the lost Dropbox into a tie with the New York Yankees for the last wild card spot with the mers now just two games behind for the final playoff position Jim Bernard Seattle
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"mariners" Discussed on Brock and Salk
"And you know what what the i think. Just what the reaction in the pacific rim and if he were here doing this in seattle it would it would be so off the charts explosive unbelievably incredible. And i think the fruits and the finances and the money would come flowing in with that would allow for more spin. I have a hard time saying. Yeah in logan gilbert. I think would be here regardless either way. He was there pick based on what they had done the year before. So i know this was the push. And i know it was the impetus to tear the wall down. So i don't want to minimize that Almost by losing him gave you them on that legal pad the okay so right correct also not just those guys at the top of your your systems entire truly invested in the whole thing and i don't know i'm torn i. I like the position. The mariners are in better than the position. The angels are in right. Who do you think is poised to be better over. The course of the next five years i think the mariners do. That's tough angel systems such garbage. They had to fire so keep going back in history. Mariners decided to hire jerry dipoto. Who's the other top candidate for the job illegally up ler billy up ler signs of the angels instead. He's already out of a job because such a lousy job in anaheim. The angels farm system is garbage their roster outside of the two best players in baseball is garbage. Their pitching staff is garbage garbage. They just have to great players and the rest of it is complete and utter trash. Except for fletcher just kills mariners kills the mariners. You'd like eight. Of his twelve home runs in the big leagues of all against the mariners. Sunday like and fletcher's driven in every right or the angel settled down dude just so an individual future over the angels future we know. A single individual cannot elevate in. Lift the tie of dysfunctional organization in baseball like again and football that a single innovative pitcher and a hitter in the best in the league at both yes. We know that can't be done. We watch mike trout. They're right within kathy war over the last decade. That's men it's still think two of the best players in baseball might might at least get you going but give me otani and give me then jerry and scott and there i and their development given any mckay and everything else that were seen. Yeah i think. I'd i'd still. I don't eat the guy like you and how do you do Because ultimately he had a choice to make an ultimately he went with trout and in la and everything else and that market really bad choice but man was. It wasn't a terrible choice. No the face of baseball right now. Yeah yeah you don't think that that could have happened anywhere. I don't think that's an la thing. I i don't think so at all. I think it's a- think he was right connected to mike trout and people already ready to fun. I don't think so at all. I think it's just what he's doing so different unique compared to what everyone else in baseball was doing that that he's he people wanna put ice on it a to say it's a like a a three ring. Circus sounds negative. But i don't mean it that way like there's something unique and different that we've never seen before and that's what people are responding to. He's dominating in multiple ways than matter where he is right. This is dion sanders. Didn't matter were dion sanders. Played that matter were bo. Jackson played bo. Jackson played for the kansas city. Royals one of the smallest markets and baseball. If you were but like yeah. I think he would. I honestly don't think it has even a bit to do with where he plays if he played for the pirates and they had the same record as the angels do right now absolutely if he was doing the same stuff. Be a little weird. Because he'd be in the national league the whole pitcher budding saying like your favorite city. Saint louis be huge deal. I mean but like i don't really matters any city he's in he's he's absolutely the same monster star that he is right now. So congratulations you went to the angels. They're still bad. How's that working out for you. there you go. I don't know if you'd have harry ford because that's another high draft pick that you end up with right number twelve draft pick this year. Did you love the harry. Ford bronco dudes an athlete. He could jump our see the like sixty injured. Jump metcalf a little competition here. Mr ford not in baseball because decays terrible. Dia did you see this. The beginning celebrity off now he was trying to hit ball out of course field but he did make contact correct. He should've gone. Did you see later. Von miller laid down a bunt. Yes yeah maybe decay should have gone that route. I would. i mean you know who's a job see what was like she'd go out and play and she came up right after decay. She's like you know. Four four three youtube star. My kids know her. I saw that. I don't know how much we want to unpack about the celebrity softball. She credible tim curtin was there. He was called with his son. Not tim. curtin had a weird voice. I thought it was bev mo. I was like what excuses. They said he was going to be the coaching boys. I'm not even kidding. Wait they were serious. Owens's here welcome impersonation of both kyle likes well win. Von miller laid down the bundy..
"mariners" Discussed on Brock and Salk
"Show horrible this again. And they seem to be less news today. You can actually make a pretty good show. Finals are going on still tons of good stuff going on right now but not that day man. It was it was as low as low gets. We fully ran out of things to talk about. So we'll get to the all star game here in a minute because there's some good stuff kind of coming out of that and some conversation but you know start with how the how the first half of the season ended here for the mariners broncos. I i think there's a lot of telling stuff that occurred really just in that last six games you have the two losses to the yankees and i think there's stuff to learn there and then you have the fact that that could have been it for them right. That's a pretty good like all right. We're done here. We did what we came to do right. It's like the guy or woman who gets into the presidential race because they want to like get some of their issues out there and then you know people talk about them for a little bit and then they go to like you know amy klobuchar right. I go to super tuesday. They get there. I guess i'm good but now just go endorse somebody. I'll give it up. I did what i came to do. Maybe i've got myself a spot speaking at the convention and maybe give this runnin for years. When i'm ready and that that's an opportunity to do that. I mean you get squashed two games by the yankees. Who just hit everything. Beat the guy that supposedly your ace and you say kukuchi five runs in the first couple innings. Let's go home those fun. We gave it a good run. Let's call up the kids and see you later. Competing was fun but instead they come out the next day. Logan gilbert dominates a very impressive lineup. That was hitting on all cylinders just the day before and the day before that and the next thing you know you win three straight you find. Drop the last game before the break and we can talk about why that happened. But what another incredible just Ability to stick to it not give god love that element of this team. It felt in just just in twitter and social media circles and just hearing here we go again right just that it just felt in that. First game against the yankees. You just get your doors off as you said with coochie. Oh my gosh you're supposed to be the stopper chef mad again. Just f sheffield not not again. Please please not a in there right before the you know all this. You build me up only let me down and all of that narrative you just kinda kinda sense that you kind of felt maybe at least i did is not that i went looking for it but maybe i was going to happen but it was definitely out there cynical mariner friends of mine that have just been this road for a couple of decades now and you thought okay. Here's the one in five home stance you know all the ground you got about five hundred. You're going to be now back at five hundred you're to be six seven games out the yankees are gonna pass you in the wildcard. All of it right you just to that sense and then as you said logan said not on my watch i'm gonna out eight. I'm gonna walk zero totally. Shut this crew down through seven innings. I'm gonna take care of the angels and the biggest superstar and all of sports right now or certainly a baseball and and we're going to win that series. You're going to split it. Go five hundred going to salvage it and feel pretty good about yourselves going into this so a couple of things. There's maybe four or five conversations that come out of those five or six games. So let's see if i can run through a few of them. The first is art. Yes you finally get your win with logan gilbert in game three but i would argue that the way you handled game. Two of that yankee series ends up leading to the next few games you get down as you mentioned in the five o. Whole early with kukuchi. You just doesn't have it and yet. And i'm i'm gonna talk about him in a minute because i think there's a conversation there but i'll give him credit he obviously didn't have as good stuff. His velocity was off by a few. Ticks isn't as command cetera et cetera. And he's still gives you five right now. That's not a great day. Gave up five runs in five innings going to hurt the era. He didn't play the stop or roller or anything like that. But he didn't give you two and then get knocked out of the game and now you're going full then in the second day in a row you got you through five and then credit cards. The which doesn't give up runs anymore. Right does their thing to kind of keep you in the game and you battled back. That game came down to the final battle. The game they won run game now. They couldn't do anything against some pretty good Relievers that the yankees have but once again the fight in this team just not give up and quit even down five nothing in the second innings of the yankees like no. We're going to keep battling we're going to keep scrapping and they get themselves almost back to two tying or winning the game and i wonder if that's enough to carry through to the next day. Well what's beautiful about baseball. And i think what i have learned through these journeys of one hundred sixty two games. Mike is is to your point. Right there kukuchi getting through five and at least saving some gas in the tank. What role did that play. Maybe not necessarily the next day is logan nails but in the series against the angels like you just never know how to completely measure that until you know. It's in the rear view mirror but there's no question about it that you know him sucking it up and in him badlaney and giving you five and and just at least saving some of those innings. Some of those pitches some of those arms so you could use them and when you didn't need them over the weekend to to as you said continue to be nails so that's one to kukuchi. We can't talk about having into that. Okay is he the stopper and he'd be an as you get you get beat around the day before. Twelve one sheffield's pert bad. Whatever whatever you want to describe his start as it it was it was really eye-opening in a negative way. All of the above. Yeah for for a guy that i really had high hopes for this year and kikuchi. You're all star is just been named to the all star team his first start coming off the all star naming and he lays an egg right now. Maybe he's hurt. I know he had some stomach issues right and he went on the i l. for a couple days maybe cova protocol and trying to figure out exactly not going to pitch in the all star game but that's a tough start for a guy that you're saying. Okay you're the ace. You're that you're the you're the top guy on this team right. You wanna get paid the big bucks next year. I'm not saying that this means you don't pick up the.
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"Not being the clubhouse and sticking the whole team hotel and you realize that scott service has to wear a mask throughout an entire game well his players many of whom have chosen not scott by the way it's been vaccinated for months now right. Many of his players have not been vaccinated. They don't have to wear a mask he's sitting there and one hundred degree nascar fans. Yes if i'm scott. I'd be so mad like i have to wear a mask because you won't get vaccinated unvaccinated. I don't know said take massgov. Brock i gotta tell you i agree with you on this and i know it's going to surprise you i agree with you have been. I've been vaccinated this. If i have no issues being in a room with somebody who hasn't been now. If those same people were going to be going into my kids school. I might have an issue because my kids haven't had an opportunity to be vaccinated but if but everyone who's in an. Nfl building is over. The age of twelve has had that opportunity. I don't mind the fact that the other. Let's call them thirty percent. I don't know what the numbers let's say it's thirty percent that of choosing not to be vaccinated right if they want to take that risk. I'm fine with it as long as they're fine with the repercussions of it. Yeah right like i mean. That's a choice that has been made. I'm totally one hundred percent. Good with people making their own decisions about their own life. So i've chosen to go the path that i'm going to go seventy percent of the of the. Nfl is likely going to do the same thing. once i've evacuated pretty safe like i mean isn't that the whole point of this isn't that you've got to get to a critical point right you've got have enough people vaccinated for the work and let me so there's some there's some things that have any percents point that's been throwing natural immunity through about it. I just i don't honest. i do not understand. I can't wrap my not even dig into the politics and the divisive nature all. I'm just trying to wrap my head like okay. Peyton and all those other players are vaccinated. What do you care if that player that that may have natural immunity by the way. What argument in brooklyn you say natural immunity. You're saying because you've had virus develop you've had no. They've developed the antibodies through getting the virus. Which is me and my entire family and test to show. That and i have natural long lasting durable. Antibodies test. force you have that. why why. Why ostracize though again. I don't care whether you have bodies are not do i that you have antibodies or not. Here i do. I care that i've been vaccinated enough other. People have been vaccinated. That i feel safe okay. I don't really care what anybody else does. I'm not here to force anybody to do anything. If you don't wanna get it don't get it. I don't care. But like jon rahm have to deal with consequences from that right and ultimately those rules will probably soften here in the next few weeks and months. We're getting awfully close to that happening. Jon rahm understood the risk. He was taking by the way he handled it like a throw. And it's a reason. I was psyched for him last week. Like i'm not mad at jon. Rahm for not getting vaccinated. I don't think he's stupid or anything else. He made a an educated decision. Made the price for it. He handled it like an adult and a professional and they went back out the next week and one good for him. You know great. For jon. Rahm only argument i could make here is if i were an nfl team. I would say well you play for me. I pay your contract. Your your exhibiting risky behavior mckim to not wearing a seatbelt. And i'm just making an argument that an nfl team would make akin to not wearing a seat belt. Or you know. Dangerous skiing in the offseason. Whatever the sort of things that are already in contracts your maleek mcdowell linguis- you're deciding to go jump on atv without a helmet and if you get truly sick and end up missing games and or seasons from this i want to pay you for it. Because it's your choice to do it now. If the if players would stipulate that would you be like would you be okay with stipulating that if the players were then not forced to mask up and then stipulate if you get the flu and something that we have had for decades and players say different right. They're gonna say that. There is a specific vaccine for this that somebody is choosing not to take and if and that's fine but if but if me the team in this case the paying entity the management is forced to pay out money because of a choice that someone else's made not willing to pay the money for that sorry and i think a number of those players aren't would say fine like ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine percent of us. Don't you think that should be the solution of this. Yes yes okay. You just came up with a solution by being somewhat reasonable. We have we you. And i have a hundred eighty degree. Different views on cove on the vaccine on management on life and politics religion. You name it. You and i disagree on yes and somehow in five freak and minutes you and i were able to come up with a conclusion that satisfied both of us correct. Correct forget it together. Nfl this shouldn't be that hard broken. I did it for our next next to write off. Got the ncaa question was a big nice primer. That we haven't finished brockton quite done now taking us twelve years. It's obviously more complicated than kovin. rum does win the us open then. Then that's a story. But i was just thinking about how every other star faded right. You're watching on sunday. Come hurry.
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"Are potpourri here. Because we've got a ton of interesting sports things going on. That are i mean. Some are just straight sports summer sports. Jason real lot here so. Let me see if i can buzz through a few of these. Let's start. Because i know we got some people who were hoping we would talk about this. It's a twelve year conversation we've been having about the nc double a. And its legitimacy and where the whole thing goes with not paying student athletes. So the nc double a. Has this big supreme court ruling this week. a nine. Oh vote i don't. I don't know that the that this itself is going to make major changes to the way. Nc double a. has run. But i think what's interesting is is just as cavanaugh. Takes the time to write like side decision. It was not even part of the decision. He just added this addendum essentially to the to the court decision. Sometime supreme court judges do major case absolutely but it's not necessarily related to the decision. They made he's just making he's taking this opportunity to make a statement about something connected to the case and they made and perhaps give credibility to others who want to bring new cases against the nc double a. And i'll read is quote. I think it's very ominous. He says the nc double a. couches. Its arguments for not paying student athletes in innocuous labels but the labels cannot disguise the reality the nc double is business model would be flatly illegal in almost any other industry in america Now that is not policy that is not a supreme court decision that does not mean that they now have to pay student athletes or anything like that. But if i were an enterprising young lawyer or i was a young player i would think the justice cavenaugh is signaling me to try something in front of the supreme court that he just might be willing to hear it because he's not wild amount these system that the nc double a. is profiting off the for twelve years. We have talked about this model in this. You know i'm going to call it a model. i'm not gonna call it a business. This model does not fit current. Financial circumstances just doesn't and i would never argue otherwise right through all the times i have bickered about this and i get allred in my heart starts beaten fast. My palms get sweaty like eminem song right pretty much. Yeah these week home.
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"In his underrated as he is and I use as the greatest to ever play the game. And i think there's a really good argument for that but other people know david ortiz better. And i can't figure out why it's got to have something to do with being in seattle And i think. I think david ortiz thing is the postseason right. Never got that chance even even though he did perform when he did get the chance but he didn't get the chance on the big big big stage like poppy too. Yeah right. yeah. But that's what i'm saying that's like there's your but you come up with seriously. If you if you say list five top three even top three best of all time you have to have edgar martinez in there. You have to absolutely have to no matter what i mean. You'd be a fool not to so he was. He's my number three. And okay i refuse. I refuse to move him down to number. that's fine. hey let's let's take a quick break when we get back. Let's talk about your number two brig. Okay.
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"Of feeling yes and save for me. Randy johnson has like just such a special place in my heart. I feel like you can't leave him off because like i said the role that he played on that team in those playoff runs like he was a twenty game winner in ninety seven when the mariners made the playoffs again he was an all star that season he was also an all star. Ninety three ninety four ninety five won the cy young award ninety five and like he didn't strike fear or king felix did not strike the feared two batters. That randy johnson did. Hey now that's that's the one hundred percent true. There's because again. Are you with that. Because i feel like with with king felix a nervousness of you. Know what's gonna come but you still can't hit both randy johnson. This guy might have a screw loose. I don't know where the ball's gonna come. He probably doesn't know where it's going to come. And i don't know if it's going to be one hundred. Three mound are fastball over. It's going to be in ninety. Nine are slider. Yep you know so like there was like a physical fear put into batters that very few other patriots have had course of over the course of a lifetime. He threw his first. No no in nineteen ninety cy young award winner ninety five and four thousand. Eight hundred seventy five strikeouts. That's strikeout nine of ten point six. Yeah he also had one thousand nine one thousand four hundred ninety seven walks which is pretty good for a guy with those kind of control issues and you know just shy at seven feet tall. Yeah yeah that was. One thing that i thought was funny that that yes the ball is coming out of his hand at one hundred plus because he's stepping halfway to the to the plate and he had he had a unique motion. You know a lot of guys have their arm at ninety degrees when they throw but he had that three quarter arm slot cocked. Where was yeah. Yeah it was like a sling. Coming out of there where yeah especially. Since armor so long for left handed batter the ball is starting four feet behind. You then have to swing back across the plate. Everything feels like it's coming at you at that point. Yeah yeah so as long as mustaches. And his mullet. That moore was males. But he just wouldn't been stockcar. That's the only difference. Exactly exactly the one problem. I have with randy. Johnson is that he went into. And i don't blame him for this. He went into the hall of fame as a diamondback as an arizona diamondbacks and you know he. He had good years in arizona. He won a world series of the diamondbacks. So i totally get that. They always wish that he had gone in as a mariners because he had he was so dominant in those years. But you know i can. I could see it because he was one. Two three four five time all star with the diamondbacks last time was when he was forty so it is what it is whatever. It's fine he's he's my he's the fourth guy. My mount rushmore. That's pretty good man i. I can't argue with you As far as not picking king felix. What i can do is tell you that you've left out. Arguably the most important personality in the entire franchise off your mount rushmore. Oh.
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"Longtime man and this is one thing about each year that a lot of people kind of argue against is his slugging percentage So he never had a slugging percentage. Let's see above four fifty seven. He's four fifty seven his rookie season and he never got above that again and rarely got over. Four hundred. you know. A lot of people call him a slap hitter because he was just slapped ball on base but united talked about the value of getting a guy on bass and we saw that with the mariners. Especially now one-season. There were guys who a could hit home runs. You had bret boone batting right behind each euro. That season who was May or may not have been using. I don't know i'm not gonna say but but batting right behind him but he sure hit a whole lot of home runs that season regardless of the situation and each year was on base for a lot of them so that turns solo home. Run into two run home. Run at least exactly and that's that's the whole point. Well it's not forget. He took home tate. Ten straight gold glove awards from a a wonder two thousand ten at at top. Yeah it is and you know. They had the the fan area out there in right field to call area fifty one which i thought was pretty cool And you know. I actually read at one point. I think is his rookie season. Where he said the reason he chose number fifty one. Do you know what that was no. He's a big bernie. Williams fan kid out. That's what i read that rookie season. I don't know how much truth there is to but that's something that i saw. That's that's fantastic. Cool tastic yeah thought. It was great. Cool all right. Let's see if they right. Who's your who's your number. Four k me and my number four is the big randy. Johnson i was wrong uses ed king felix thought so with king felix real quick. Let me tell you why. I didn't choose king felix k and it was strictly because he never pitch in a playoff game which i know is not his fault yousafzai young award winner but the fact that he was not able to get there. You know like. I said pitcher nyse fault but but i feel like you've got to have that on your resume and randy. Johnson actually was the reason at one point. The mariners got into the playoffs because they had to play one game. Playoff in ninety five against the at the time. California angels And he came in and closed that game out struck out it. Was tim salmon to win. The game. so bad that would know that is ready to announce instead.
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"Welcome back baseball family now. During the break brandon. I had a little bit of an exchange happenings. Very exciting. I said rather boldly that i believe i know who his number three and number four picks will be. I also told him that. I think are number. His number three in my number two which has yet to be revealed are the same but that our number fours are going to be different so in an effort to preserve the integrity of our little experiment. I told brad has said. Look i'm gonna. I'm gonna send you a text message with my guesses because he's like prove it. No i can't then you'll cheat and i said well so you so. I texted him. Got time stamp on it. He's not looking at his phone. We're very excited to bring you this very exciting more for us than anything else. So we'll see what happens but okay my number two since we've gone out of order. My number two. Pick for the seattle mariners. Mount rushmore is ichi. Row suzuki k. That is my number three. Yes yes oh. I'm halfway there baby halfway okay. Who okay. so now suzuki kate. Let's go context here. When a player comes from japan. It's not always a done deal. You can have a terrific career in japan and be lights out just be automatic and then you can come to major league baseball and things. The wheels fall off right it just a few players that pulled off successfully but there's only one player that's done it way. suzuki has. it's just insane. So he has with seattle from two thousand one to two thousand and twelve short break. Well i mean six years is not short and then two thousand eighteen twenty nineteen came back right. Well yeah twenty. I mean if that's what you wanna call it. I mean he played fifteen games in twenty eighteen and then he played two games in that japan series and twenty nineteen so basically he came back Ceremoniously during that time. But we've got a good ten years out of him for yes yes. He's the all time leader in hits. With twenty five forty two for the mariners. Four hundred thirty eight stolen bases also leads that category and he has the highest career batting average. Three twenty one across the entire franchise history now. The team was inaugurated. What nineteen seventy. Seven yeah houser. Initial season so That's that's not a tremendous amount of history to top. But it is nothing. It's it's nothing to shake a stick at at three twenty one career leading the franchise with at least ten years. That's pretty good Well and we did see that there is that staff came across On the on the nine plus group..
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"That was like two weeks. It's like the last month of the season in chicago. A lot of people forget about that number seventeen with the white sox playing right field at the agent. What do you think about. It tells you your thoughts on the kid. Well so i mean you hit the nail on the head transcended baseball. You know the iconic backwards at the most beautiful swing. We have ever seen to date. I don't know of anybody who has kind of them. And cody bellinger. You could see kind of tries to mimic it. A little bit One time i noticed. His stance is very similar to griffey's He's changed it up since then His swing is a little bit in that direction. But i think that might just be. Because he's a lefty But i think you can see. There are some inspiration drawn there which is obvious. You know the kid who grew up in an mlb clubhouse but i mean griffey had influence over an entire generation of fans the only other guy can think of who had that kind of influence was michael jordan and their contemporaries playing in the midnight in the nineties early two thousands for sure their contemporaries and and you know as like my you know every day every kid playing baseball wanted to be like griffey And you know one thing that. I don't know how well known. This is about. His influence on the game is that griffey is his approaching. Bud selig is the reason that a they have. Jackie robinson day where everybody wears number forty two and also the reason. The jackie robinson's number is is retired across major league baseball. That's right ken. Griffey junior had that idea brought it to bug the but see like and it was executed. So i mean more than just on the field he i guess that's mostly on the field. But across the entire game that he understood the importance of jackie robinson his life and the league and he felt like it was important enough that everybody should understand that. And i think it's great. I thought when. I heard that i thought it was amazing. Somebody who cares way more about way more things than just himself because it could have been easy for him to be selfish his entire career. Oh for sure you know and you can argue that there were times. Be everybody's got to be selfish at some point you know. When he asked out of seattle we saw the junior documentaries because he was miserable he was. We wanted to be with his family. And i can't fault that especially especially being a dad you know but you know this the impact that he had on my favorite team growing up the i. I've spoken to people over the last few years. It's like i don't know why honestly if you didn't grow up in the pacific northwest. Why anybody be manners fan and the same answer. Every time is i grew up watching griffey like there. You go there you go well. Any japan You know what. I mean any any. Yeah all of the ten all star teams. That's transcendent right there. That's that's how you become a fan of griffey if you didn't grow up there in any way. Green griffey jr wins. He just as a winner wins all of the things that you can win so the gold glove every single year. He was in seattle. Is exactly he wins. All the things you can win. it's the thing does. Yeah yep absolutely saved baseball in seattle. I mean we can't..
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"Breaking news in the world is Seattle Mariner's I am told by two different industry sources have hired their necks coach in the mariners organization including this past season working with the likes of Justin done served as a pitching coach for two years he actually pitched with Chris Sale back in twenty ten learn before going back to his Alma Mater for the two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen seasons gene again before spending twenty nineteen with the Arkansas travelers in told by multiple sources in and out of the organization is that P woodworth being experienced to go with it he's coached he's played as late as two thousand eleven the way that prospects do and he's a prospect coach where do you think research they spent five ten fifteen years not even say five ten fifteen sometimes best thing that I've heard about p Woodworth and I've never spoken to Pete and it was announced that he would be the AA coach and I'm thinking okay who could be aa at that and then a ton of relievers actually moved their way up to an out sometimes communicator yes he understand Olympics yes he understands bio mechanics but he cares about is achieving the desired result for that particular and a player obviously in high school in College and at the professional going to see a whole lot of that here in the next couple of years most of the is He's going to be coaching you but not a lot..
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"And w._f._a._n. f._m. new york sal licata back on the fan you know the yanks as we mentioned before a tremendous performance outside of jonathan holder who has been sent down and it is you know one little issue that the regular season you don't wanna wear up that bullpen and too many times chapman and in this case green we're green was supposed to really start later on today as as the opener where the yanks usually go with green shouldn't have to be using these guys in games that are blowouts i mean the fact that hold her out and up five runs there and make it even close to where chapman's in that game second time in the last few nights that chapman had to get into game he really had no business in getting in and you want to save the wear and tear on those guys heading into the postseason giancarlo stanton hit a mammoth run home of course it came at seven to two although i should be fair staying over the weekend actually did some damage in the clutch against the astros on saturday night i didn't they never lived to see the day good for giancarlo now maybe you could do it in the playoffs that's where he's going to be judged ultimately we will see but he had a bomb of a home run to give the tend to lead it should have been over at that point nice to see aaron hicks getting going as a big throw in order to give the lead early on lemay you you can't get them out four for four guys just the beasts sobat the again strong six innings knows how to win competitive as usual so yanks do what they gotta do against the blue jays and obviously the mets do not do what they need to do against the phillies how about robbins and can wouldn't acquisition he's been now like we didn't think that was the worst trait ever at the time of the trade because we did can over five left seven men on base he's in two twenty three so i gotta be honest i was dead wrong about and i thought he hit at least two forty something like that i mean i thought for sure can no chance gonna three hundred to forty to fifty something like that which would be bad enough to twenty three for five dozen you know that queers essentially over robinson keno perfect timing to come to the mets but that's not even the issue anymore it's not even about the game it's obviously about everything else that has going on with this team and they're just a mess right now and it needs to be cleaned up i'm not calling for anybody's job i don't think this is again one person's fault and i don't know what firing the manager is going to do right now depending on who you bring in if you bring in joe girardi let's say at least you have a feeling that they'll be some stability you know you're gonna get the best manager you could possibly get and you hope that he'll stabilize the usage of the players and put those guys in positions that they need to succeed but you still trust the g._m. in the front office where he's not a g._m. he's an agent and they need a boatload of players in there so while i do think that ultimately that will be the right move right now it's not gonna do much there a master not one managers firing away they're not one bullpen arm away they're a long ways away from being a competitive well ron team and that's the big problem jeff is impact what's up jeff thank on every day god made me a yankee fan i'm listening to all that stuff and the first thing is you look at that new york post report and to raise the is bound because what the heck is pitching strategy well that's that's a whole nother issue and then you hire eighty two you can coach who younger players can't relate well that's not true jeff the yoga players can relate to reading it anything else regan has been a guy who is going to be relatable to the younger guys because he's applying all the information that everybody wants him to apply and he he does he has evolved i know you just won't based on age and say well the guy's been in the game forever he's old school but he's not he's evolved more so than you would think if you just look at his number he can relate to these guys and more importantly than being able to relate to the players is he could relate to the front office which is what they want they want to be able to communicate as as you mentioned with the pitching strategist how they want to approach certain things But the thing is you mentioned canal the match between canal and. Shoop plays. out of the year to do nothing yeah well i mean you can throw it familiar today lowry as well yeah but here's the thing you you took fano to get the as when you could just fine tim world right out there now has to give up any flashback so you know Don't think they'd be good. You know at the Mariners. that is not one the right well it was a horrible trade jeff for many reasons thanks for the call for many reasons that was an awful trade and results or the least of which at this point when the trade was made it was an awful trade the idea of taking on an aging player who at some point is going to decline unless you're on p._d.'s which by the way he was and got suspended for unless you're on p._d.'s you are going to decline in performance so what the mets do they took a guy from the mariners who no one else would touch jerry dipoto couldn't get rid of him here come van wagon hey hey look at me i'll take him and thinking he got a cool by getting edwin d as to be a colder with the as isn't a closer i'm sorry he's not that's a closer that game yes sunday afternoon game what the cubbies went once to graham is out of that game it has to go lugo to d._s. end of story then you see lugo doesn't have it and now you're in trouble so callaway instead of pushing as decide suppose lugo which inoke no way should he have done that if you had to go to try to get out i guess you could do that but in reality you should forced the issue with the as you needed that game He can't pitch to winnings. Once take you five outs once that's not a closer. well you know what we got the best closer in baseball and we took on robinson gabo prospects to do it well that's the case you better be able to use them all the issue would said closer is he's not good in a tie game it's not good non save situations and you can't use them in multiple innings don't want to get them up and down and then get them back up again can't really use them for more than three outs oh okay you know what that says to me he's not a closer he's an eighth inning guy or seventh-inning guy that's it give him his one inning and be done with it but it closer and actual closer comes into the ballgame to close it out when you need them to and the mets needed that yesterday they needed five outs from him yesterday can't do that well good is he that's the prize piece of this robinson no-trade which was an absolute disaster so the reason it's a disaster as we mentioned kino's age and the fact that he's going to be on the decline at some point and the fact that nobody else would want them and the fact that he's relatively expensive even with the mariners taken on some of the money and taking back some of the of the better mets contracts you don't do it because you don't make that type of trade for a closer Bullpen arms or so fickle year to year. you don't know what you're gonna get from year to year look at wars act having a nice year predictably so he had an awful year last year he's in a two year deal just write them out the mets the mets would kill the habit arm well again he's horseback in that bullpen and by the way how jay bruce look tonight another home run for him and i'm not saying bruce some great player but the mets gave up some useful pieces to bring back robinson keno not to mention the prospects in justin done jared celtic in no way shape or form is the ideal that trade ever a good trade even if robinson can okay here and raked for two seasons it is still a bad trade if you wanna take a chance on robinson keno the way that you do it is they will take on canot and we'll eat half his salary that is it and you give the we'll eat more than half the salary you don't give up prospects on the way back That's just one of the many problems with this team. i mean resolve can't play shuts up all we heard about from rosario in the minors was guys a great fielder it's gonna take a little offers offense to come around but he's a great fielder he can't even feel the position average everything that we hear about the mets minor leagues it's the opposite when they get here macneil there's a walking up the guy's not he's too old he's never going to be anything the guy's all star all he does is get two or three hits at night Well, Lonzo portrait base. First base. All right. He's not Keith Hernandez, but he's not a butcher and not to mention the fact that gets breaking records home runs. dob smith's in left field mcneil's you putting these guys in positions to fail and guess what they're doing in the outfield they're family they don't have a center fielder they've never addressed the need they don't have a defensive catcher again never dress the need the starters are way too inconsistent on down the line outside of jacob degrom wheeler it's the same day wheeler matt syndergaard same thing and then they go out there and pay jed lowrie for twenty million but what we all knew they should've added another arm to the bullpen they gave him twenty million dollars for what even if it was healthy you don't need them on this team philippine freeport phillip eight Hit. Thanks for making it. The only discipline with the aggies, they couldn't get by Burland. They always have that trouble. They got Severino guy get hit back. You gotta get, you know. Well, they need another home in the starting rotation or two, and they'll get them. trade what's your thoughts on that well that's the big question it's depending on who who they're gonna go after if only i'm not even interested in stroman i'm not interested certainly not in bauer i think bumgarner would be the guy and he's because he's the only guy that you know talks about well because he's the only guy that you know had success in the postseason i mean if sure is available yeah you go get max scherzer so depending on who but but realistically probably not going to be available so depending on who you get that's going to depend on what you give up they're not they said essentially they're not giving up clint frazier for a rental so you could get that have chips i mean Stack at how about this. How can you ever have a DJ LeMay? You. guy is before yet today or tonight whatever and he's like almost five hundred which was unbelieva guy rakes and you mentioned philip and thanks for the call you mentioned not hitting just berliner but i think even in that blowout loss on old timers day to the astros they took three or four from the series and not gonna win every single game but even with that the fact that lemay you verlinden deep i think that's a good sign when they use going to be a guy that you're gonna rely upon to hit the good pitching in the postseason he's having a terrific year and that's one it's gonna count not in the regular season against world lander yet it'll matter in the postseason but the fact that lemay you at least dinged lander that to me is a good sign thanks to loaded i mean there's no way around they are absolutely loaded and it's not when you compare the mets and the yanks i know that finances are obviously a big issue but the reason the mets are terrible right now is very little to do with money it has to do with bad management ban roster construction i mean there's a litany of reasons where yeah of course spending more should always give you a better chance but it doesn't mean that you have to do it to have success i mean look at the raise who always have success and they don't spend a lot and that's just one example obviously other teams look at the braves other teams don't spend as much and they still have great success so it's not about the money and when you look at the money being spent this off season the mets spent the same on theresa milia in jed lowrie is the did on auto vino and d._j. lemay you i mean what what's happening here eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we'll get to obviously more yankees and mets of your calls of course on the other side take short show tonight after yankee post game so obviously a lot to talk about taking two o'clock tony page will be here then it sal licata now on the fan right.
"mariners" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"From the Mariners in exchange for a minor league pitcher and cash and Carnasciali leads the American League with twenty one homers Yankees already feature the American League hitter, would the second most home runs though. He used the ground game to get the scoring started for his team on Saturday night in Chicago hit on the ground base in over third-down, grow into the low field corner. Void has scored Hicks running third. They're going to send him. He scores is a two run double of the bed of Gary Sanchez, the blistered a shot, right over the bag at third. So the two run double gives the Yanks to nothing. Leave John sterling with the call and the Yankees radio network. New York went onto defeat the White Sox eight to four there. Now a half game up on the race for first place in the east Tampa Bay fell to the angels, five three Jayco Torrisi now ten and two the twins edge. The royals five four Astros defeat. The Blue Jays seventy-two. Chris sale ten strikeouts. Red Sox down the Orioles seven to Boston's won four straight Indians. Double up Tigers for two as smoke. The Mariners Lebanon to Rangers over the reds for three Anthony Russo's two run Homer in the ninth. Leads the cubs past the dodgers to one Philly scored twice in the night. They rally by the Braves six five Rockies defeat the Padres fourteen to eight Mets clip. The cardinals eight seven giants edged the brewers. Eight seven d back to the tenth three win over the nationals. This is just the jackal. Goes country eats sleeps and breathes football fitting they wake up to it. Listen to pro football talk live with Mike Florio, weekday mornings, four to seven.
"mariners" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast
"Mariners Seattle Mariners are an eighty one team will always be in eighty one team unless they win less because I mean this team is never going to clips with an eighty five wins within the next five years. I mean, I think same team in the sense that we can say something about that minus a World Series appearances the Mets two teams that were both at the top of the standings just a couple of weeks ago. Now, we're now are basically crashing and burning. I mean, we obviously had a highlight from four at the time of this recording in, you know. To a shutout had the only run. But other than that. I mean things have not been looking good for the Mets and Mariners. No, not at all. And you look at the you look at the Mariners this out thirteen to I believe now they're eighteen fifteen lost three last seven only a plus to run differential their whole Killys. He'll was their starting pitching in their bullpen. And it's finally caught up to them. No surprise there. They play in a not great division. It's not bad. But it's not top. It's not the best one the league you have Houston whose legit. They started out. Pretty rough start at like sticks and stay five and six they want ten around their backup their Oakland Sarda hot. They're gonna fall off. But they'll bounce back at some point. But the Rangers stink in the in LA stinks as well. And the Mariners are right back in there around five hundred they don't want to compete. They wanna make money. It's a moneyball thing. They're gonna make money people love sports out in Seattle. And with the whole each euro thing this year, they made even more. So good for them. Good for the ownership. Bad for the fans, kinda sucks. The mets. We talked about on here. I hated the moves in the off season. I thought the C need to rebuild. They went out to try and extend the window right now. And it's kind of meeting them, you know, head up right now, they started out pretty hot. Now. They're only one game ball five hundred. And it took, you know, Thor today complete game ten ks. No runs. He hit the only home run their bullpen. They burdened D as their bullpens been anything, but reliable so far in theaters finally struggled the other day familiar, Iraq. They just fade their starting catcher because he's been so bad. And could no said Jim need to miss a couple of games. Shocker. They're they're young guys are playing well Alonzo McNeil, but the veterans have disappeared as always in the Mets are going back to what they are. Which is just a mess. They've guys on the injury list. They don't know why Coleman on and off..
"mariners" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"Anyone? Don Wakamatsu ranger Texas Rangers bench. Coach, Don, welcome to is from hood river, Oregon. He was a Seattle Mariners. Who's a Mariners manager to share a year to ninety thousand ten Mariners? Exactly, right. Yeah. Good call. That's that's it. That's we've got professional baseball player Andrew Baldwin. Alex. Yes. That's what I thought. He actually the murders in two thousand six that. That's pretty much there. Timothy Beal religious scholar author and professor professor. Semi Carlson free free. Skier x games. Medallist DJ Conway fantasy author Edward hill. Power poet and songwriter, George Hitchcock, which I immediately like oh hitch. Oh, wait. No. That's not the right Hitchcock cousins, George Tenet. Journ stead fighter pilot Damon Knight. Science fiction, author Jeff Lahti. Baseball player Kim Peyton gold medallist at the seventy six Olympic Games, Marcus Robertson were hero. Bob smith. Professional baseball players. This is a really tough. This is a tough look for my guys at in hood river, Oregon when Don Wakamatsu is the most famous person from your town. And there are so many people live there. Let's see census census twenty thousand oh five thousand eight hundred forty Neilly. Okay. I wonder if there's a metro area. Seven thousand twenty ten. Yeah. Come on fifty eight hundred in two thousand. Okay. All right. So now that makes more sense because for a city of a hundred grand that's embarrassingly small amount of notable people who've writer. Yeah. But for seven grand that you've had three professional baseball players. Couple of politicians a gold medal. Gold medalist. Science fiction, author that's grim list. That is a grim list. I wonder if I'll ever make the notable people from San Antonio. Wonder if that only hoping I can only know I can only hope so this is shit. We went off on all of freaking change it there. This. Where do you go by the van floor from hood river, Oregon, so for Josh Watson, no shit? I'm. It's still got that we gonna Dan that was three weeks ago. She it was strong brother for Lynch Timmerman. I'm Josh Walston peace. Celebrate the foreskin legalize it. Good. Is the. The second. In your soul. Because he's a beautiful GMs where do you?
"mariners" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Mariners are off to an amazing charter the season want be there today. We'll be hanging out teaming the implement nine. Was. You spent? Now. Go home. Spent? All good. Before. Maybe you six forty five. Maybe maybe you take much further last..
"mariners" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Prospects all using one season ticket package and that's our marketing team took that information in greeted at the also created one that was a little bit more business focused and so we've been testing that and I think that's when we look at kind of some of the changes over time in general with marketing and sales in the relationships over time that has evolved as well you know I think I'm curious to hear also what you are able to learn share with some of your counterparts in other teams. I can't imagine that Microsoft and apple and Google are sharing marketing and sales ideas very often but in your competitors really are competitive. You're sort of the other teams and other markets. You don't necessarily compete with for these ticket sales. How much sharing is there between yourself and your counterparts at some of the other teams Major League Baseball on perhaps teams your counterparts in other sports while you're right? We don't compete. We compete on the field but we don't necessarily compete in the market so I would say across M._l._b.. There's quite a bit of sharing both on the marketing <hes> side but also the sale hillside and we meet regularly we have regular calls sharing best practices. Each market is unique so that can be challenging but we are often talking to each other about how really two to raise the profile of the industry in general and then certainly outside of the industry there are outside of M._l._b.. There are other leagues that we consult with on a regular basis. I am not above ever of picking up the phone and calling someone that I saw a great idea. How did you do it? How did it work and I think that that's something that we encourage? I mean we encourage our our team to do that. Across the board in this market as well as outside market okay awesome just couple more minutes here with Francis Trace when the senior vice president of sales at the Seattle Mariners and I'm curious as you as you build your sales team in as you look to hire new sales reps and then a lot of people probably think it'd be a lot of fun to work for a professional sports organization nation but at the end of the day it is still it is a job is a sales job. You have to hit your number. <hes> they're just like anywhere else what are some of the attributes of good sales reps and good new hires you look for are they different for ticket sales versus corporate sales in you know what kind of experience Rodriguez are you looking for some of your ideal neck sales. That's a really good question. I mean I think are fundamentally. People need to have just a general first of all a desire to work ethic you. You you'd said it best sale. I've always wanted to work in sports or I roy's wanted to work for. The mariners is key to that is work. Now is the key to that phrase so I think there's just an overarching fundamental caring about in doing a good job. That is a fundamental. <hes> you know trait that we're looking for. Is that in your pass that something that you've been striving for is excellence in some area and overarching for me I think in order to the good at sales is really a general curiosity in interest you know there are a lot of people that can talk to prospects than <hes> consumers but really if you are curious. You're going to make the most of that conversation. You're going to lead that conversation into the next level so that to me is a trait that is perhaps a little under <hes> valued in general and certainly need to be organized. You need to have perseverance. Perseverence would be helpful to have some strategic thinking that those are some things we can help you with <hes> in general. I really believe that just a good solid person who wants to do the best job we can. We can help. We can teach you how to sell if you are a good person who has the desire to to be the best. That's great well last question as we wrap up here in just a couple more minutes. You've been with the Organization for over twenty years. It's it's it's impressive to me. How many senior leaders with the mariners have similar tenure Kevin Martinez with the organization? Almost as long as you have tim heavily who was back back in the day he was my boss when I was when I was an intern with the P._R.. Department with the Mariners when I was in school and still bill is the vice president of communications what are some of the advantages of having sort of course sales marketing leadership team that has such longevity in the organization but what are also some of the pitfalls that might come along with that in terms of sort of having some of the same four walls in the same perspective for such a long period of time that you have to watch yeah. I mean you've said it best way. I can't say enough about the organization why we've been here. We've all been here for so long. Is that while it's the same baseball played every a year. It's always something different. I mean it's very exciting industry to work in. It's constantly changing their new opportunities in in challenges each year so I think that that speaks to why I'm here why Kevin's Year Tim's here we also are very fortunate to have a extremely stable ownership group and a very supportive ownership group that that wants to be successful here in Seattle so so we're fortunate to have that and so with not not having the changes day to day that some other organizations have you know any kind of changing leadership can be challenging for an organization can be invigorating or it can be challenging. <hes> we do try to challenge ourselves. I think that's just inherent in our organization that it's not just time to make the donuts every day. We're we are always looking at. How can we do this better? How can we do this differently and it all comes back to our main? Focus is on our fan. You know we know that we have a baseball side that is focused on trying to have our baseball team win on the field but in the end what the things that we can control are the fan experience and how you feel when you're you're in contact with someone from our organization so I I would say we do a fairly good job internally of challenging ourselves in trying to get outside of just this is how we always do it. Love it will we are unfortunately at a time Wanna think again. I guess Francis Tradesman our senior vice president of sales for the Seattle Mariners like I said a lot of people listening to this <hes> it's the end of February beginning March depending on when you're getting this episode it may still be cold but baseball is right around the corner in the exciting new season the best time of year for every team. Every team is tied for first place and you never know what's going to happen on the on the field so thank you Francis for joining us. Thanks everyone for listening to another episode. We'll see you next time on sales pipeline radio. The way we do business is advancing faster than ever before yet amongst disruptions. There's one pillar that stay standing through it. All the power of relationship relationships.