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Reflections On Atlanta Braves Legend Henry "Hank" Aaron
"I could talk about the dignity in the class of hank. Aaron the man the you've been being for an hour easily but i'm a numbers guy and so let me tell you what i did. After hank aaron died i navigated over to his page on baseball reference. And i don't know. I just be held the majesty of this man's career and it literally gave me goosebumps. The more i looked the more. I realized he was beyond great. He was at some other level. He wound up with nearly thirty eight hundred hits. And that's a lot of freaking hits. It's a thousand more history chipper jones. It's two thousand more hits than mark. Maguire it's more hits than johnny bench and hank greenberg got combined and they're both in the hall of fame so i think about all those hints and i think about those seven hundred fifty five homeless because that's two hundred more homes than mickey mantle. Two hundred it's more homers than edgar martinez and duke snider hit combined. And they're both in the hall. But the more i dug i found other cool stuff to hank. Aaron had double digit home run seasons at age twenty and age. Forty here the only three players who did that. Willie mays ted williams hank aaron. That's a pretty good. Start on a mount rushmore. Would you say and all those home runs. He hit for all those years. This never struck out one hundred times. Then there's total basis crushes. Everyone who ever played in total bases six thousand eight hundred and fifty. Six total bases isn't just a record. It's seven hundred. Twenty two more than stan. Musial was the next closest player in history. If stan musial had hit another one hundred and eighty home runs. He still wouldn't catch i karen and total basis. That's a lot of total basis. That's incredible hitter hank. Aaron was for two decades. So is it possible to be one of the greatest players who ever lived and still the underrated. After looking over hank aaron's numbers. I think it is my name. Is david o'brien cover the braves for the athletic. And there's only two guys that i've ever felt this aura around them and that was mohammed ali and hank. Aaron and hank aaron. How's interviewed him. The first time at spring training. I remember approaching him and it was just You know i've done this for thirty years. And it was feeling. I've had unlike any other athlete that i've ever approached but then he immediately just he smiled and was so warm that that fear or intimidation just as melted away. And you could not believe that you were talking to this. Superstar is genuine icon living in atlanta for twenty years You can't overstate the importance of hank. Air to this city and this region the south. I grew up in the south and hank aaron being a black man being the greatest one of one of the two or three greatest players of all time and to do what he did in the south and then living in atlanta and seeing hank aaron you know mementos anchor and tributes and see his name on buildings and streets and that kind of thing. I would argue that. There is no athlete. That is more important to a city than hanker and wants to atlanta. He was such a huge part of how the culture of the south has changed. I mean this is a city where you feel fide of being so much black acceptance here. Thanks a huge huge part of that. He helped pave the way for all these other black athletes and entertainers wanna come here to be here. Brian jordan know it was an all star with atlanta. Bryant said that The reason that he chose atlanta was hank. Aaron and was a boy idle here. He said a black kid growing up playing baseball hank. Aaron was the guy but it was an opportunity for me to meet my hair. The hope the opportunity is given so many kids today. Amazing dominique wilkins. Said hank was a big reason. That he came here was one of the first people. It's probably one of the most instrumental guys into getting me here in atlanta. But one for god like hank. I wouldn't been here. Was hanker went to ted turner and said hey you need to get this kid by any means necessary. He said people should give the roses while they're alive and that he's glad to see him getting them now but he said hank should have been put on a pedestal decades ago and he was right What are the things that i remember him saying is that you gotta set example for people to come at you. And how do you do that. You do the right way you doing about being Have miltie you do it by just doing the right thing and the right thing a lot of times. It's hard and a lot of guys. Young guys don't know how to do the right thing. As far as how they present themselves to people and how they get back to people so to give back experts that i've learned over the years has become from erin trampling. We don't see that much of that anymore today. And he lived in the same house that he bought when he came here in. Nineteen sixty six from the
"mark maguire" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Definitely twins twins that ever played for the twins. That's a really good question that that's something that That that. I think that we should have to revisit it. Some that's That's one of those things that are shows i have late for. The twins wants to talk about twins and sports. 'cause i was could saco. I believe at a twin brother and his name was ozzie. I believe that they were twins. But you know they were there. Those big jackson's position in the talent Mark maguire had a little brother named dan who was actually bigger than him that played the you know the played college football and i believe that he played for the seahawks in the national football. He was big boy seven. Dan mcgwire as far as twins to play for the twins. I think that that would be something definitely worth Finding out We covered we were recovered. Gordon a bunch of little signings della vedova goes back to the cavs. They look the same except he's just like a foot taller mark. They haven't seen known dan choir. Yeah same kinda dopey. Looking face is stretched out over space. That's what that's what you get with the maguire's it's just a whole lot of andro. Andrew like maybe sixteen chromosomes. Yes when you have more ors back. We're going to go down that road either. I alex len to the to the raptors and the thought of nolan aeronautical going into the guarded los angeles dodgers just discussed. Are you impressed with him. I have not been. I don't think that there's a better based on. The gag is a big upgrade from justin turner. But i you know. I mean i like my guy in cleveland third base. I'll white sox have a good one of the mcconnell. But i think that are not as a pretty proven commodity that you know that that he's pretty sharp with the law then in the right situation to get you know he gives you forty zero runs and one hundred. Rbi is you. Don't pay attention to batting average anymore. So i won't really go there. But i feel like i had stumbles. He hits home runs. Y'all he's a player that you want to have on your team you're not gonna be replace him with a prospect it'd be it would be rebuilding suicide to move va- player to the dodgers also. I mean you could move him somewhere where you're not worried about it. You can move them to the american league but the rockies are going to be any worse shape without him they already were lasts less than division You can't go down from there. So i can do like even more worse division. Y'all you westbound forty billion dollars a year on a player that gets you fifth place in doesn't wanna be there. He's already expressed that. he is not particularly filter. Be their yachts. Shame for nolan. Arranhado that He was forced to gunpoint to sign a contract right now. I don't know i i. I've never been impressed by and get this big arguments of him being the greatest player just it. It obviously wasn't enough to help the rockies. Well as long as you're being critical window or i adore certainly didn't have a walk year type of year. That's going to yell. Cause him to break the bank with with the wherever he after the twenty twenty one season. I would think that it's not gonna come to that. I don't think he's going to be traded to the team that has every intention of reopening him long term Based on the way that he played in the postseason. I mean linda romero's best pitching staff of all time and they have won a playoff game since game. Two of the twenty seventeen. A lds couldn't get out of the wild card round this year. Good good win a game in the wildcard round against the yankees couldn't win a game in the Lds two years ago didn't even make the playoffs. Twenty nineteen couldn't couldn't win a playoff game in two thousand eighteen and blue throw lead after blowing a three one lead in Seventeen after two thousand sixteen. So i don't know where francisco lindor gets you. It's almost on a nominally that the indians didn't have more playoff success. Based on all the talent they had on the roster but I don't know that it's going to do anything to denigrate the payday that Francisco indoor as coming his way but look at the numbers. He did not have a twenty twenty season as short as it was. And maybe he's not worthy of the three hundred billion dollar contracts that we saw handed out over the last two years like candy. All.
"mark maguire" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The label of being a home run hitter. Yeah. It's tough I. Mean it's i. mean when I was younger I fought it. You know it's just It's not I don't like labels I. Don't. I don't believe that people should label athletes or anybody in public I like I said, we are people it. It's tough to live up to expectations but then again, that's what drives it. So it's it's almost like a double edged sword and it took me a while to to understand and to realize, yeah, you know I am a home run here. Let's accept it. Let's not fight it I was putting more energy and fighting it then accepting it and until ninety two, ninety three when I accepted it and it's worked out what did you do differently once you accepted as far as being a home run hitter. It's just it's like strength I mean, it's just you know I I can't say I stressed all the time about it. I thought it was a media I thought it was the sans. When people would lately I even thought it when I was younger when it broke broken eighty seven people call me the all American kids and I fought that because I'm not the all American kid I I'm just like anybody else I didn't I made a lot of mistakes when I was young growing up, you know an all American kid is again that's very proper. Doesn't make any. Mistakes and and always doing things that people want him to do, and that's not what I was all about and it took a while for people to understand what Mark Maguire is all about one of the things mark and I've told this story, a number of times on the air because I think it's a little bit unfair to the professional athletes such expectations that are created by the. Media just by the perception of the public but I tell the story about you coming off and I believe it was an eleven game road trip with the Oakland A.'s you got back in to the Oakland airport at three o'clock in the morning and there were a couple of families I. Guess there with Kids and as you got off, you were very tired they asked you for autographs. And you said I. Hope You understand it's been a long trip and I. Hope You understand. I'd like to get home and as you walked away some of the language that you heard upset you to say the least can you talk a little bit about kids parents and the sports per particularly professional sports? Well, I don't I don't really agree with the like people putting. The. General Public IF YOU WANNA call it being an athlete on a pedestal I mean we shouldn't be put on a pedestal I mean look what's happening today in sports I it's not right to put athletes or anybody in the public on pedestals because the public does not know what kind of background we've all come from. They don't know that that they're capable were capable of making mistakes we are. And when you put somebody on a pedestal like that and they break down what happens you know the public gets upset attack well, the public didn't have a chance to really understand who or where that person was from and I don't really agree with putting I think your father, your mother should be put on a pedestal before fleet or or some kind of a public figure and a very strong message for Mark Maguire and I hope it's one that a Lotta people who listen to it will he because I've never felt that athletes are role models they didn't ask to be I know that they're in the public eye but a lot. Of them at least today are not prepared to be role models speaking of outstanding athletes and somebody that certainly came from marks kind of background as far as upbringing and work ethic was Barry Sanders Barry Sanders. When he joined us on sports byline the very first time. The thing I noted because he was coming out of Oklahoma, state won the heisman trophy and he was going into the national football league with the Detroit. Lions and as he sat in the studio I looked at his hands and I saw the calluses on his hands and I asked him about that and he says, well, I come from a family with nine sisters and A. Brother and he said my dad and I always worked doing a Lotta roofing jobs. So he had that background and I think most of you fans out there certainly do remember him for when he would score a touchdown as flashy as the run might be. Once he crossed that goal line, he gave the ball to the official. He didn't dance. He didn't throw the ball down didn't make a spectacle of himself and I think that is one of the things that reflects on his personality we talked about his roots, his upbringing and his work ethic. Is a lot of things. I think really going back to my childhood and seeing my parents just get up and work hard every day and I know my father did a lot of carbon work and things like that and You know he had me and my brothers up a hammer and you know sewing and pouring concrete and and all kinds of things like that, and so I remember getting a very early You know and going wherever and you know cutting down trees and doing all kinds of stuff just to stay busy and He would always say that you know there's nothing better than being able to go out and earn an honest book. And I think that that was one of the things really that that helped me out. Even today because you know I I, look at how hard he worked in our heart my mother working for me to have opportunity to be able to go out. and. Do something I really enjoy Something I'm good at something that you know does a pretty good at paying the bills. You know it's pretty it's pretty simple really compared to the things that that he had to face and so look at it as a privilege I think it's easy to kind of relax and take it for granted. But if you really look hard along at my life and the opportunity that I have I mean it's you know it it only. It's only right for me to give it all a half. You know because you know so many people don't get that opportunity very, very candid comments from Barry Sanders and as I listened to him and Mark Maguire. Athletes that have been with us. I smile thinking back of the memories of having the opportunity and being lucky enough to spend time with them. We're coming back. We have a lot more to go here on our anniversary show of sports byline. And now, today's rust eating tip of the day presented by free all deep penetrating oil. You're all set for a quick tire rotation until you have a rusted on wheel. Those lug nuts and penetrating oil. 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The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Archetypes
"I'm. Where going back to daily bread. archetypes are perennial teams that reside at the level of the collective universal source. They are representations of our collective soul's yearnings imagination. And deepest is is. These archetypes have existed in every culture in every tradition since the beginning of time. archetypes, our ancient gods themes, motifs stories literature. Art Paintings. Even paintings on the was of caves from longtime ago and they embody. Symbolically. Themes of expanded or higher consciousness, you can say symbolic representations. Of A particular aspect. Of The divine intelligence archetypes and Forms and shapes the there soon. Shift throughout history, but their core meaning that Gore theme that God motif remains the same. archetypes everywhere. In popular culture. Movie Stars Sports Heroes. They're all basically representations of archetypes. Visionary leaders are representations of archetypes. Saints are great activists like Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King Junior. Mark Maguire Andy Abraham, Lincoln or Representation of archetypes, but so products may be a brand of sopa Volkswagen brand, new car, or even Marlboro cigarettes. These represents architects, the guy who's used to advertise Marlboro cigarettes who has a? Very tough-looking. Cowboy on the Horse, and now of course is on a respirator, but that archetype. Of was very successful in selling cigarettes. And Johnnie Walker is a very successful. archetype selling whiskey. Because it attracts a certain team, a certain personality, a certain story. Movies TV soap operas, media tabloids. These are actually all right. archetypes. And every person they representing every idea they represent are every product represent seems to be larger than life. It seems uncomplicated. It seems at least the way it's advertise pure of intent, whatever that intent may be sacred or profane. It does matter. And so I say exaggerated expressions of the conscious energy of the collective source. That is the adventure or the secret of the sage of the rescuer of the redeemer or the love object. That the archetype represents. is in fact, the symbolic representation of a divine intelligence in the conscious energy of our collective Sola. Born of the collective soul, but enacted by the individual. Becomes very powerful as they representation. Of that are detected theme for example Marilyn. Monroe was the archetype of the Greek Greek Goddess Aphrodite representing sensuality and beauty and sexuality.
"mark maguire" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Is the number to touch it or we can we are that was six six inches I forget how strange looking so C. is now there is very weird that's the second person to check in about Susan's hair he's got like very clearly there's a chemical in it it's like straightening it out right now that he did the he did the the odd skin thing you know a handful years back he didn't look as strange to me as I perceive them to look at as well in my mind somebody else is also with the blonde hair dark hair yeah he's a he's a he's not the step for peace stranger looking dude than he was when he played that's said he's as as charismatic he's as energetic I I think he voices his thoughts about the way this season went down and how he's held in history and I think some of that just gets lost on us I think that's sort of forgotten because of the whole Capitol Hill thing with social work this is what's so odd as we had known that he was this great media personality we know that he loves to do interviews that he was you know they've got scenes of them out there with the the you know the giant clown sunglasses on warming up before a game and it was almost believable almost are totally the the corked bat thing said I just want to put on a show in batting practice he was a showman the you know pounding of the chest and the kissing of the fingers and this is who this guy was he was in a a charismatic entertaining likable guy which is why I understand why people were even written for him over Maguire at the time it created a fun rivalry eighty because of cubs cardinals and anybody in the Midwest is is acutely aware of of how huge that rivalry is but also because it gave you a job almost what baseball is it was a good old American boy and mark Maguire up against the the shoe shine Dominican kid from from Chicago it was a it was great I thought so you're simply shows up with a better reaction for him yesterday and this is him talking about he's asked by the reducers during this about his connection to the cubs I brought this up earlier in that we know that the giants maybe better than any organization in sports and I would put them up against anyone to say that they hold their hall of Famers there there legends and state not even legends people who are who are important to the organization stay around the San Francisco Giants organization even when it's somebody like Barry Bonds who you know while the face of a franchise and a legendary player maybe the best of all time I'll certainly be you know put the team in a bad spot with with the optics around his career the optics around his his record breaking performances all that said the giants to me are the only team really that holds close a a known steroid users and I say that being that I'm trying to think like the hall of fame talent I'm trying to think of you know Barcelo Cologne doesn't count maybe he gets in because of the longevity in because the numbers he puts up maybe once again like Roger Clements he gets no love from the Astros again please I'm for engine Alex Rodriguez while he's now been more accepted in the baseball circle because it is you know crying on TV this is kind of what you have to do somebody on the tech side so that how come Macquarie is more accepted a baseball now than Sosa McGwire did the apology thing you know you stand up and you do the apology Jason Giambi did that thing too I think you know you if you apologize while it's gonna take people a while it it sort of gives a little bit of closure I think to to how people feel about your just stayed on your name on your career you know their their highways named after Maguire like freeways named after Maguire the St Louis cardinals I still don't think bring him in real close your I mean they're in a different ballpark even now the than they were I know it's new bush but they're still in a different stadium the McGuire played in but the fact that he has not worked on major league staff but the same can be said about Barry Bonds right he was hired by the Marlins for one season he was the the co hitting coach right with Eduardo Perez or something so that's all that that's all part of this fabric here but Sammy Sosa is not really included in that somebody on the touchline checks and by the way four one five zero by David Ortiz and the red Sox I don't think wild wild generally I think a lot of people think David Ortiz Houston I'm one of them if that's not something that's like he hasn't been damned in the media or convicted in the media or or by baseball as a steroid user right so I think of of Clemens I think of Maguire I think bonds can say goes one for the ages you know he can take a show up and stuff right they don't they don't hold him real closer or cradle him and and his legacy even though it was such a huge part of the last time this team was a championship brights insane insane so anyway that day I did says in my in my ear the Yankees over to Jim about that either yeah not all the same talent but it's a hell of a writer hall of fame rider about that ball for anyway here simi shows he's asked by the producers here in talking.
"mark maguire" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"This day in sports history. Have that for you coming up. I mentioned, Gary Sanchez. All he does is hit home runs. The folks at stats Inc. The great research department Tim just sent this to me thirty percent of Gary Sanchez is career hits have been home runs. That's the second highest percentage, all time among players with at least three hundred career hits. I'm curious who is on this list here? Mark Maguire Mike McGuire. Mark Maguire thirty five percent of his hits almost thirty six percent were home runs. He's number one all time, and then it's Gary Sanchez. Chris Carter is on there. Aaron judge is on their Kyle Schwarzer. Whatever happened to Kyle Schwarzer? He's still doing okay. Yeah. Still raking member. Russell Branyan played with the Phillies Adam Dunn's on here. Chris Davis, the other Chris Davis. Dave Kingman King Kong. Ken, Phelps Harmon Killebrew, Ron Kittle young John Carlos Stanton robbed here. Jim Thome e. Yes. Pulling the nine thousand nine hundred Mark Maguire had said, I eight McGuire Mark Maguire, had seventy home runs and sixty base hits like to where he got the first base. It sounds like fritzy's highschool. Who do you think was was worst in high school? You know, talking about like just didn't have a good career in high school. You know what I mean of us? Yeah. I don't think anyone was rolling if you know what I mean. Well, once I stabbed my jump shot, then word quickly got around school, and then the ladies became interested. I'm going to say toddler, maybe because you're in an apartment in Brooklyn. Yes. Yeah. A little bit tougher, but he was unbelievably ripped and good luck was he was the best looking of all of us, Dan. I could have had my own bachelor's Lofton Chicago. And I don't think it would help the time I lived at the playboy mansion wouldn't have mattered. There's actually documentary out about my high school career. What's that movie with where there's the second attention in high school? Breakfast club. Why farmer Ted that nerdy character? That's my life like trying to kill himself is you gotta be in which up and added fake girlfriend. Niagara falls. Oh, that was by playbook right there farmer ten sixteen can say that Amelia. Steph is he was Brian, he played Brian, John Ryan? Johnson Brian, yes. Yeah. Oh at sixty Kelly's farmer. Ten king of the nerds, that was for floppy disks..
"mark maguire" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"How baseball cards became an American obsession, you wrote this book because of why? You know, this will start at it was about three or four years ago when my parents decided to sell the house that I grew up in north jersey. And my mother called me up and said, you gotta come home and clean out your closet. And there's this enormous box in there. And when I got home, I, I realized that this boxes baseball cards, and it was an enormous box. And it had thousands, maybe tens of thousands of cards from the eighties. You know, these were a lot of rookie cards in my heroes at the time. Don Mattingly, Tony Gwynn Ryan Sandberg, you know, Mark Maguire, you know, these were these cars, the I hadn't thought of them in years, but they'd meant so much to me when I was eight nine ten years old, and I assume that they'd become really valuable over the years. And so I went to, to sell them and I was calling card shops, and was was shocked learned that, that a lot of the shops that knowing we're actually closed. And then I saw the, the paltry some that these cars were fetching on EBay and. Craigslist and just got very curious about what had happened to the industry. And I learned that the things that really cratered after I got out collecting around ninety four around the time, the, the, the baseball strike, and that kind of really as an adult got me back into this world and made me wanna find that, you know, where these cars had come from, and where they went to, you know, when I think about the ninety s we used to have a collectible show on sports byline, once a week. And it was really a hot thing. People would call up and ask about the value of this card, or that card. But when I see what happened to the collecting industry in baseball cards. I just get a sense, Dave that what happened is they devoured themselves in my correct ups evasion. I think that's a pretty strong observation. You know, I, I was talking to one guy who had been a an executive flair as well as a longtime collector himself. And I asked him when he thought that downfall was, you know, why, why the industry is a fraction of the size at once. Was. And he said he it all has to do with greed, and the greed on the part of a lot of different people. The card manufacturers were partly to blame because they, they over produced a so many cards in the eighties and early nineties, you know, a lot of them saw it as a way to print money, which it was there seemed to be an insatiable insatiable demand. So they flooded the market with tons of product tons of different card sets, and it really became overwhelming for kids, there was a dizzying array of card sets. I mean dozens and dozens and even hundreds at one point. And it cuts to the kids couldn't even under couldn't wrap their hands around at all. But there was there was plenty of other great. You know, the players union, doled out, so many licenses that really kind of diluted the magic of baseball cards and all these different companies were able to make them in collectors themselves would probably to blame when we, you know, when they really stop treating, these collectibles and started to see them as as. As you know, almost like penny stocks. So, so it was it was a lot of different people who are who were trying to milk as much money out of this as possible. And that's really what, what you know, kind of sent the train off the tracks. And even to this day for, for fifteen years, the industry has been trying to recover in and they're still not really there a stat for everybody out there at the height of their popularity in the early nineteen nineties..
"mark maguire" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Would you like to throw yourself at the mercy of the Commissioner with your team because I have found performance enhancing substance back there that is on the desk of one of your teammates? Well, I'll tell you right now there's visual evidence on TV right now to the contrary. There's a look like I've ever seen in PD my life debt. Pretty pretty skinny who can bench more than anybody else amongst the danettes? That's one specific set of motions that I have. Okay. Yeah. Of course it was the guys on my team. I okay I had to draft him. So I get a new guy because my other guy failed and I, I don't know if you're going to have a full team today. That's where that's where I am on process urine tests that fast. Yes, this I can. Yes, for is it safe for big bullet brand to play gets a team. That's obviously got very rage. And we saw that they decided best won't be a big wrestling match for the during the preseason. I don't know. I have not heard any, you know, formal complaint. Are you naming names here top saying from what I saw in a preseason game on on Nick Nickelodeon team? It looked like basketball with secondary to who can I throw up against the wall and cause blood. Yes. Mclovin is a person who almost killed a production assists in our last promo shoot with an errand hook shot. His hook shots are dangerous and anything might team, which is a far cry from violent uncoordinated behavior. Trying to figure out the game of basketball by throwing people around there's no drug that Todd could take for performance enhancement that I don't think that there, there's anything that could help. Then I'm useless totally legal that is legal that is legal illegal innocent league sponsor. Yes, it is. Yes, it is. Welcome metamucil. Yeah. Proudly. Prunes of America. Well, coalition make this fair. We're going to have to decide what drugs are on the test, because you might have some thin rosters around the only looking for what I consider to be performance enhancement. And this was this was located on the desk of this was so obvious. And it was just like Mark Maguire had Andrew Stein in his locker and because he didn't think anybody was going to say anything about it, and that's what I found as I was back in the back because I'm just doing due diligence as the Commissioner here. Yes. If you test for this legal be close faster than. Charles Barkley will join us on the program tomorrow. This day in sports history, Pauling nineteen sixty four anti coup Colfax through his third career no hitter. Sixty eight Don Drysdale for Los Angeles, pissed pitched six shutout. Oh, all right. Game jitters took some of that shotgun. They've been doing nineteen seventy four the NFL granted the Seattle Seahawks a franchise. And then you remember this one, because you did the thing for ESPN nineteen seventy six Celtics defeated, Phoenix in triple overtime game, five of the NBA finals, Celtics took the series on June six. Remember you did that look back at NBA game. Yeah. Great great games in NBA history as cool series. Yeah. That's gar heard right yet. Gar heard around the world. All right to this day in sports history brought to you by the great folks at continental tire, no matter what you drive where you drive..
"mark maguire" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"You're wondering most home runs through Memorial Day all time. Barry Bonds Mark Maguire Peru holes Griffey junior Griffey junior again, and Christian yelich with twenty one didn't Memorial Day used to be at the end of may. So is this yelich should get another week? I thought Memorial Day was using at the end of may may thirtieth the might just making that up. No. I think he's just fell this way. Did next weekend? We'll be into June. Okay. They can't do it that. Yeah. I'm curious these years if they got an extra week there over Christian yelich, but he's got twenty one home runs so far. All right. Anything else needs to be mentioned here, moral day. You guys doing anything. Good anything fun. And then unique. Well, I'm on this real restrictive diet, and I can have steam vegetables and purified water. How's that work out of cookout? It's great. I was invited to to cookouts and my wife went instead I, I sent some beer, instead and I just said, thank you. But I'm going to sit at home, and your, your bag of air and feel sorry for myself. Yeah. I have purified water and steamed vegetables for the next sixty days. So it's kinda hard to, you know, socialize my life goes. You know, we have an ad beer and wings in a while. And I went religion she goes, oh my that too. Yeah, yeah, you're right, hunting, we haven't and we won't for a while. Did you guys do anything interesting? I was at this marina area and I had an idea because I would love to have a boat but I want to own a boat. I don't necessarily want to take it out because I don't know what I'm doing. And I think I would screw it up, but I saw a bunch of guys there with coolers, and sitting on their boats just hanging out at their boat, slip, and they've really nice boats, and some of smaller somewhere bigger butts, but it looks like I'm in a great time I would just like to hang out on someone's just docket yet. Just docket and hang out, or maybe like a boat rent, like an a boat BNB where I could go to someone's boat and have a little shindig, and I don't tell people to my boat, but it's just hang out there because I don't want to sail it or. Drive it. I have no interest in having a boat. I've interested in hanging out on boats. I I've an interest in a yacht. Yeah. But not a boat. Why don't you get a boat? What am I going to do with a boat? You live by the water. I don't I don't have any time to glad on the boat. Plus, you know, you it takes forever to get out, and then you get out. And then you're thinking then whether comes in, and you did I lose somebody overboard. So you're with me you like the idea of just docking it and having a cooler and oh, yeah. I would do that. All right. I could live in a house boat. I could do that. Yeah. I think it's beautiful. I have a friend who's got a a boat. Nice big boat, and I love hanging out on it. But again I'm with polling. I have no idea what he's doing. And he's tying things to stuff. And he's got all this digital equipment in every eight knots latitude longitude, and he knows everything about boats, but just sit on it and have some eat, and drink, and just relax. But if you could park itself, then I would be like that, that would bother me if I had a boat, real nice boat, and you're trying to fit it in and then all of a sudden, you're excuse me. Pardon me. You know, banging up against it. Yes, he parking a boat. Seems to be that gives me some concern. Yeah, yeah. I'd have a problem with that. Yep. Both guys are worse than soccer guys with jargon, though. Because like, hey, I'll be over at the stern. It's that's not the stern. You know, they they are very picky about their, their phrases. Very well. If you have a sailboat to sounds like that, it would be even worse, if you say, well, let's go drive, your you don't drive you sail it. They give you that they don't put up with their lack of jargon awareness. I just push them overboard. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean that's what I would do. What happened to Tom? Did I push you overboard on the starboard side, Jimmy, I don't know. I'm sorry..
"mark maguire" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Let's see what you okay to sin. Yeah. Why in a one year deal for Richie, and like we, hey, we need somebody to get us to Vegas. You know, Richie incognito is the guy to get us through this season. In Oakland Yambol now you still pretty good in the thirties made three pro bowls after the age of thirty. He's out of the league in two thousand fourteen came right back, Pro Bowl Pro Bowl Pro Bowl. Okay. He's like, there's a whole lot going on there with Richie incognito. Let's see JP in wiscon- RJR in Wisconsin. Agr. Hey, how you doing? Good, sir. I have my best for the weekend is Christian yelich. He's got to win the MVP again, numbers are just starting to get together that pitching performance. I don't it's like last year. They started out slow lovely for forget, the may slump this year, though the worst is the bucks. I, I don't know what to say about them the only thing I can think of is they did make some adjustments with the one. They really didn't that bothered me was whenever Toronto with Dr and not shoot the three pointers on each side of the of, of three point lane down the side. We're wide open and just hitting those threes. And I really think they needed to enforce her somehow build a trade for Draymond green. Stop jailer. Thanks for the phone call. I mean you started out. Okay. And then all of a sudden we're talking about a game that already passed. And now we're trying to get dream on green. Christian yelich twenty one home runs through Memorial Day. The sixth most in a season all time up until that point, the most since Albert, PU holes in two thousand six if you're wondering most home runs through Memorial Day all time. Barry Bonds Mark Maguire Peru holes Griffey junior.
"mark maguire" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"That he DM's back and forth with Kevin Durant. Unless it's about. I actually literally couldn't they garner phone, seeing the two of them would talk about. Tacos was the first thing I thought of, but sixty feels like although I mean that's what most are about, right? One kind of talk over another. But but, but sixty dams is a lot of DM's. It's tough to gauge the amount of back and forth conversation, if it's not giving us a timeline, the sixty dams over the course of Ablaina one. I think I read somewhere that it was like over like three conversations that were like each couple hours. Yeah. I, I see for hours. I dunno people you're up at now. I hate that I hate when someone like if you if we're having a damn conversation, almost everyone, I send is meant to be like this could be the last one, you know, so, like have a good day and they respond to his thing. I said, and I'm like, yeah, totally. Absolutely. But, you know, we can always talk about that later when we get coffee. Here's my number in DM again. I'm like, I'm I'm just trying to end it ending over stations in this era of, like you don't talk on the phone is actually very stressful for me. Remember, when Tex when we first started texting, not you and me specifically? Our age group, you would say like going to hop in the shower. B R B. And it was like, now you would never even think to say you just would stop answering until you got out of the shower. But it's this weird thing about, like I'd like to stop texting now goodbye Tex-Mex give me exciting every time I phone lights up like Wadi what? Sorry. Anyway. So, yeah. Between this and the in the Colin coward story with Oto Beckham junior. I think it was like a week ago times a flat circle. I have no idea when that was it. Unlike are always hosts just like texting with players. I guess so I don't do that. Yeah, I've maybe texted with a couple, but I I'm, I'm very, I'm you know, we just kind of talked about this. I'm like hyper aware of, like, I'm a woman. This is a professional athlete. I need to make very clear, right? That I'm just saying. Hello. And I respect your work and f- Sam darnold. You know, at it'd be very clear. But I'm like what in the world? I got step up my game. We'll be sliding into DM's not a no. I don't think you are. I think it would be interpreted differently if you did, ironically, the only person I, I shouldn't say the story, but I was gonna say, the only person I ever did that with, with JR Smith and we tried to get him on her JR Smith segment. And we got an Email from his management, that's like, that's not the appropriate way to try to check. And I was like, yes, it is your client. Specifically that is the way to your client to send him a DM like, Hello please. Come do this thing. If you don't want to totally fine figured I'd ask, and they're like, don't ever contact. My bad JR Smith. Anyway, that's the t-. What, what's the next one, I didn't get? I haven't watched the lonely island thing yet. Did you I watched the I didn't watch the full thing in which the two minutes that they put on YouTube? Yeah, we've put that in his go look it up. They, they did. Mark Maguire Jose can Saco visual poem. I love when we come up with new types of media. Yeah. The visual poem the new avenue. Yeah. For comedy it was. The incredible thing about lonely island is it, they are funny. They are smart and their tunes are can. She a s might mean like their actual like the, their beats while like their music.
"mark maguire" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"They say. And we are back, and we will be around on this Thursday evening on your fan right up until JJ after dark at two am I know from the one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six we were talking about our show. And of course, the his lineage his baseball tree have had the the I limb was Cleveland. And then of course, from Toronto to the inky get him and Toronto well getting rid of them because they had lather mirror Guerrero junior does is place. So he comes to the New York Yankees. And he has been a godsend and Brian Cashman deserves all the credit in the world for picking up a guy like this. And here is why first of all everyone is seen as club. And also you. You have seen that seven of his eleven or be is this season have come in the seventh inning or later. So that is clutch. And if you're a man Mcgann land are you're not playing instead of him over there at third base. He's got a better glove in his gotten some big heads and his part of a very uplifting and surprising story for the New York Yankees, you know, a week and a week in a couple of days into twenty nineteen. So or shell has earned it and deserves it seven of his eleven or be is coming in the seventh inning or later. We were talking a little bit earlier with the Jews in the baseball. Now, of course, give me just a moment here. And then we'll get back to your calls as soon as we get some and no from the number one eight seven seven three three. Seven six six six six over to call. Please do not call all at once. And without paraders sitting by first come first serve on your fan in New York City. Now, I was thinking here during the break. And of course, always something dangerous for me to do is to be thinking. But some of us would like to change the world for a few of us. We would like to change the baseballs. And no, we don't want to increase the seams on the ball. But instead as we were talking earlier with the caller or two we would like on these baseball's to reduce the Jews. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. It says here there are too many home runs. Yes. Too many home runs, and you know, what I'm talking to. Any launch angles and too many strikeouts? And going for the most meaningless stats. Thank of all the numbers. We are in on dated with numbers and stats and decimal points and percentages. But the to at least two of the most meaningless stats that tell us how hard and how far with your exit velocity in other games that people play you certainly want all the action you can get for your buck. And for the most part action, you do get but with baseball with the Homer ball homerun derby, you get more of the swing in the MS and less with the base hit. We're not even talking about any kind of shift just talking about the launch angle. The album lifting and all the home runs that we have seen in major league baseball. Now with Homer ball. Again. It's homerun derby on a daily basis, you get more of the swing in the miss and less with the base hit. And this does not give you more action. It gives you a chance to Vala sleep sooner and sleep longer. So what to do is the question? Well, how about squeezing some of that Jews out of the baseball? And yes, I know we all love the Homer ball. Don't wait via Royd. Ooh. Look is the greatest center volume. I think Chris Carlin among the three amigos in the afternoon. I think he has come out and publicly stated that the greatest hitter he has ever seen in his lifetime. Barrel-a-day? And then of course, we had Sammy. And don't forget a ROY. And Mark Maguire Justin aimed for and of course, and Mark Maguire with Zandro steam Dion. I could even pronounce that I can't pronounce slow icicle. I can't pronounce the names that you the normal person the normal fan out there listening can pronounce but no Andro steam Dion. And that is how you say what Mark Mark Maguire was taking as he went from being built in his rookie year like a like a pipe cleaner who like chopstick into the hulk with all kinds of blemishes on his back. What was causing all of that? But anyway, and yes, those four to name those four certainly as well known because of all the home runs they were hitting and yes, they were on the juice them. Themselves. And of course, we stood and we cheered it is high. It is far it has gone. And of course, all those needles in pans made us all wear those happy grins we love following with the home runs. They were hitting didn't we? Yes, we did. I can answer my own question because what ad who who really doesn't like the home run. And isn't that the long and short of it? Well, major league baseball. They noticed that all of his so loved the long fly ball. So they figured we would penalize those on the Jews. And instead inject baseball's with the Jews that these baseball's have. And you know, these baseball's have all this choose no penalty on any baseball that is caught with the Jews and look. Face it. The baseball's today and ball players will tell you leave the members will pick up a baseball, and they will tell you and everybody in the game will basically tell you that these baseball's now are harder with flatter seems all four of them. And we noticed as players began to not so much swing. But try to launch baseball standing there in the batter's box and launching more baseball skyward that NASA with the rockets, and this is not what we need. So you gotta take a little rabbit out of the wall. So we can have more hitting and less with the hacking if football's can change and Tom Brady says they do if the basketball and the golf ball and the tennis ball if they can change and evolve over time how about the baseball. Ball by reducing their.
"mark maguire" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Fame. You'll eventually get voted in he adjusted E R A. Plus, he's in the same neighborhood of guys like, Tom glavin and Gaylord Perry, but guys I think he has an unconventional resume in. This regard. We've seen since two thousand seven voters place a high value on character. You know, it keeps out Mark Maguire and Barry Bonds, and Roger Clements choices they made if you were to were apply to character clause in a positive way. Look, I mean to me in the time, I've covered baseball. He's the best teammate that I've ever seen. He's someone who's always been inclusive. Who's always done the best. I team the best example of that in two thousand eight when he was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers just before he became a free agent. He had so much money on the line down down the stretch. And the brewers began to use them on three days rest and his agent did what he was supposed to do called raise concerns about this. And CeCe heard about it called his agent and chastisement said. Look, I'm gonna do everything I can get these guys into the playoffs. Now get down here. I'm going to buy a lunch, and I'm going to yell at you, some more. That's about no matter. What the situation he's been in? He's always done tremendous work as a team mate. And I do think that that should be part of his resume now that we know hall of fame voters care about it. Well, see we see the three thousand strikeouts. We don't know where we're going to see three hundred wins again that used to be the Mark never any twin. Drops the never hear from now. Buster what's going to be the Mark? When you look at pictures say yes, that's the watermark of today. One of those numbers they'd make schedule. Baseball fans is glazed over pitching war.
"mark maguire" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"They've HD on one. Oh, seven seven dash. Posing the sports leader. All right. I got a text from John Yandell who heard the interview, and I'm glad he got home in time to hear it. He's home for half a day half a day at the office. And then he flies to LA tomorrow. Or maybe tonight, he goes flies to LA. And of course, he does a batting practice for earliest bitchy against the giants. And for Ray you on Tuesday. No, probably be back at the office. How about that on Wednesday? What a story great graph. I tell you. We we find these stories and this is a perfect, right? But you have breaking news Frazee. Yes. Marty. Yelich? Does it again mardi? It says a fourth home run in four games. He takes a Michael Walker fastball. And he hits out of the art on this. I I that. Wow. Michael walk has been undefeated against the brewers. That's I think it was one nothing. So he ties the record is four four straight games. Opening the season with a home run Willie Mays. Mark Maguire Nelson Cruz the other Chris Davis the guy for the Orioles and Trevor story. So how about that? Very good interesting. All right. Erik Kratz is gonna join us. And as I said before the break if you wanna look at someone who could be a manager. He knows how to just walk in and catch a a major league pitching staff. A pennant winning type pitching staff. He's the guy. And there is a lot of maneuvering to finally get him to be the backup catcher believe me, the mess. They went through about six catches to finally get aircrafts is.
"mark maguire" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Baseball. You're no hitter against the dodgers in your mind's eye. How much of that you remember the last pitch in everything that happened? Moment. I remember that extremely well. Especially the last pitch because it's kind of the one you see on replay over and over and over when they're talking about the game, and then embracing all my teammates and and Montero behind the plate. So but just kind of walking through just how Chris while my breaking were that that night. Fastball. Like when I'm looking back to moments where I was really locked in. Where I had. I had my stuff was really Crist. That's one of the games. I go to in. When I talk about timing. You know, that was basically as as perfect as close I could get perfect time you use that sometimes go back. Oh, yeah. And I tell them guys there's there's certain pitches in certain moments in your career where you were excelling at the highest level. And I try and use that as visualization to go back to when I'm maybe lost lost in a certain part of my game. I don't have this pitcher that pitch my timing fuel. Well, can I revert back to a time where I had it at its peak. And that's one of those times that I use and it seems to be able to give you gimme back on track. When things seem to go in a bad direction. Can you almost feel that pitch? Come last bitch coming off your fingers, I can feel it off middle finger that cutter, you know, trying to stay behind the ball and my pitch on on the cutters. Trying to get the middle finger on the front of the baseball Abberley. And film that friction feeling that just that that finish landing square to to the catcher and just feeling very strong. So that's that's a feeling will never forget. And that's as as during. That's what we're trying to do trying to lock in that timing that finished in that friction off of our either index finger middle finger for a change of maybe a ring finger, but. It's a feeling that. It's just when you have it. There's nothing better in the world. And when you don't when you're constantly looking for on never forget and then game. There was a ground ball the second base third inning. He was called an error. I remember saying to our producer at the time. Tom archer? I was like, hey, hang onto that. Because he's got it looked like you had no hit stuff that night. Is that the way you felt that's the way I felt and you know, what's funny is I ran into two Big Mac over thanksgiving. I believe that year on the year after that, we're out in California. Pelican hill, we did thanksgiving dinner there, and we ran into each other and had a conversation because you know, after the first inning, I looked at our guys. And I go man where big trouble today. Mark Maguire Martin guar. Yeah. So he's like, man. He's gotta go on. We're in trouble. So. In kind of kind of hearing stuff like that from from from guys on the other side. And I was pretty neat. You know that they they can recognize something like that as quick as they did Jake. Thanks. We'll see you next week. All right. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Brian Bruno live on the scene of a recent windstorm here to describe the event a chest of.
"mark maguire" Discussed on KOMO
"To apologize. Were apologizing to the people in this area, our customers and Metra's customers because of this delay. Amtrak spokesman Mark Maguire says there's a communication issue between Amtrak's computer system, and the signals switches as the city's Union Station. Tesla says it'll shift all of it sales from physical sales to the internet. The company says the move is intended to cut costs can mass market the model three for a starting price of thirty five thousand dollars. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. It's four zero two we have sunshine in forty seven degrees in Seattle. I'm Elisa Jaffe with Tom glasco. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center and arrest in Thanksgiving Day murder in Des Moines's, komo's Jeff Pohjola. Details twenty Twenty-one year, low aloe. Tow was killed when police say William Holly fired shots into a crowd following a dispute over a football game on Wednesday. Polly was arrested through a number of different means utilizing technologies are detectives were able to locate Holly in Minnesota Holly was also wanted on separate warrants in Georgia and Minnesota it's unclear which crimes he will be tried for first. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. The teen who plotted a shooting and bombing at a local high school will spend more than two decades in prison. Komo's Ryan Harris was in the courtroom eighteen year old Joshua O'Connor's journal indicated he flipped a coin to decide that he'd blow up and shoot up ace's high school in Everett over his former high school Cammie AC in Mukilteo his grandmother found the journal. And a rifle and called police before sentencing O'Connor to more than twenty two and a half years in prison Snohomish county Superior Court Judge Bruce Weitz told her she saved many.
"mark maguire" Discussed on The Valleycast
"If the people who were our audience were able to kind of like hang out. Yeah. Yeah. And I like that element of the shadow as well. Also, photography that Glenn guy is going out on a limb and try and something new go support him go see the world through. Well, said Joe that's very sweet to say that way because he is he's taking big chance, and he's putting himself out there. Yeah. Also, the amount of like the yeah. I won't. I don't want harp on the punchline. All right. Here's my topic. Baby. What you got? I'm so excited to share this with you guys. I really hope you guys haven't discovered this yet. This just happened, by the way leads not here, and she'll she's coming in. Sometimes we won't be on catch up. I was thinking today. I was like I'm due for not being on the podcast on. So. Yeah, I almost like I just I wanna break from bucket. Very you can't take a break. How this works as long as you're here, you're doing this is your job Elliott. I love that. Like, it's not like can't wait to do it. It's if you're here, you're doing it. If you're m e office. Probably not gonna do. And if you're not in the office, you're not gonna do it. Yeah. Okay. Anyway. What do you guys? Okay. So I just need a preface by saying that I did talk about this on dynamic banter. But like I'm gonna bring this up with everybody, I know forever because this is like my new favorite thing right now. So forgive me for those of you that also might listen to dynamic banter and think I'm insane person for talking about this again. But anyway, listen. Jose can say oh my gosh. Heke? Let's talk about it. Yeah. Sure. I. I am so excited. Because this is my chance to talk. So I don't know something happen with the human race. Joe? Concede. Saco just busted through the pop culture seat without. Yeah. Dude. He just he just fucking jumped into the party. He said don't forget about me Jose, and guess what? I will never forget about you. Now like pop culture ball just landed on noggin and win over the wall. And it's a homerun you guys don't know what that means. Sports reference stopped him. I would love to be able to celebrate Jose Seko's Conceicao. like present enjoyment of his limelight. But he's now receiving for sure. But I don't think it's a congratulatory thing of needles think it's like if we want to. It's like, oh, yeah. Is it a woopsie? I mean, okay. Let's get into this really quick for those of you that don't wait can kind of mile league ask Joe doesn't know Seko's done. So let's say let's say Jose can go started tweeting. What would be what we what do you think that would make the entire world? Be like what is saying? No. I mean, you're giving him too much. Flatter global warming. Gave him poject. Given. Jose Canseco for those of you that don't know was a baseball professional baseball. And was like, I'm the nineties bash brother. Right. He was in the in the nineties was his prime. I think the. Was like a name that. I remember in my childhood like imbedded, we're going to be honest about it. It's just a cool frigging name. It's a joke name. And also, I think he was a bad ass. Right. Well, yeah, if his name McGuire if his name got into my head, which does not let any kind of sports in whatsoever that this guy was something in the nineties for him. And Mark Maguire were the Fash brothers and they were on the Oakland A's together over. Okay. So anyway, obviously didn't know that like a shock about any baseball fact, just a cool name. That's a name Jose Consejo could have been in any sport. And you would have known his name who could have been fricken cricket player which had no American. No American was on the cricket rate are but you would have been like Jose Canseco. Cricket plan. Who is the other one Mark Maguire if the lead singer sugar, right? Yes. Okay. So. They can say a guess went off went on to become a wrestler or boxer. He started boxing that. I don't know about. I'm pretty sure it came a joke of himself fairly quick..
"mark maguire" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Like those guys weren't gonna be headed to hall of fame. Anyway, I mean, maybe Maguire, but you know, at least now Mark wire works in baseball. Like, you just kind of goes about his business Mark Maguire has always a pretty low key guy. Anyway, I don't think he ever really wanted like the fame part of things, and he really got thrust into that limelight. And I mean hell did back in the day when he was on that Andros team that you know, that wasn't on that banned substances list. And at that point. And then later came to pass then later, we found out he was taking all of a lot more than Andro steam. But you know, so much happened during the steroid era. And and I know when they refer to as the steroid era. Look guys are still juicing now like, but obviously it was much more prevalent back then, but you know. It just you're never going to be able to truly know like who did what? And because it's so grey, and it's just out of the realm of possibility that we would ever know what happened? I just feel like it's it's just such a double standard to diversify some and not others. When you don't have a true established criteria of what constitutes a steroid users and non steroid users. Right. I mean, we'll never know. Totally. And I don't know if it's like who were the baseball writers surpassed his judgment on who or who did not do steroids. They're the gatekeepers of the hall of sure I get it. But like like Barry said he without sin cast the first stone like come on. What are we doing here? Right. And again. Let's talk baseball. You wanna talk baseball is do that. Right. The south baseball. Exactly. And. Yeah. Like, I guess you have to pass the eye test. You have to not come up in the Mitchell report about how about if you ever got suspended for steroids. I have no problem because then like you hurt your team, right? Like if you pop positive for steroids, and you get suspended cool like milky Cabrera like let's say milky Cabrera was a hall of fame caliber player. I got no problem that Manny Ramirez, no chance you're gonna go the hall of fame your juicer era era, but see he's doing the the repair tour is trying to make your writings see he knows that. He's got the worst working against him. Which is bro. There was no doubt. Thank you got suspended, my man, and I think a-rod probably juice in that whole time. But a-rod, I go man, I signed two contracts and excess two hundred million dollars. Chile in east Chilean sea bass, my man like sea bass, I do a mess with fish. I love fish. I love fish do. Touchdown. Bama. Right. Always through. No doubt. I knew fish will be fired up when Vander canes scored the equaliser with one second left last night. I knew we get the the fish tweet. It's cain. It's carrying. But I got to at first, but he had to give Jeff gift whatever it's gift, right? Jif peanut butter gifts are little things on the internet tomato tomato. Oh, okay. But it's tomato. Yeah. That era.
"mark maguire" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"If you're a pitcher that's different because I would spend more for pitching than I would for one one batter. I don't want Machado or Bryce Harper. And even you know, the dodgers spending thirty million or thirty two million on Clayton Kershaw. He's not the same Clayton Kershaw. He's still very good. It's a lot of money. But. But I believe building my lineup by scouting. And getting good players going through my system, unless you're the anchors who just go, and we don't have much in the minors. Let's go out and buy some guys. And then what are the Yankees do? They rebuilt their farm system. And you know, they surprised everybody a year ago or two years ago. And I said wait till the next year they're going to be they're going to be the team to beat. And I thought that because they had all of these prospects that were coming up, and they might use them to trade to get some, you know, other players. So I still would want my farm system to be credible. And then I could use those assets if I want trait, but I don't want to spend all that free agent money. Ample Noko Miguel Cabrera for the Tigers the past years he has not made the all star team in this year. He was injured for about three fourths of the season is due. Oh my goodness. He's do thirty million a year. The next six years that'd be a bad deal poll that would be a bad deal. He's he's he's got an option to age forty two. Oh, it's so bad. It's these owners just there. They act stupid. If you hire the right front office. They should do. They should build your team the right way. I mean, anybody can go. I'm just going to write a check. But man, when you get those guys, and you bring them up to your system, you find players that's in. Everybody's got a five year window. It feels like it's a five year window in baseball and football basketball. It's a little bit different because I don't I don't have to look at it as a five year window. I can I can be a winner with one or two players new players baseball football. It's a five year window. I get a contract with my quarterback who's a rookie. And I got a five year window of kind of filling out the team. And keeping some of my veterans under contract baseball. It feels like it's a five year window, and then you start to take the wrecking ball to it. Yeah. Polling Dan, you remember the two thousand eleven two thousand twelve offseason the big topic was to the Saint Louis cardinals pay our pool halls. He's done so much for them, blah, blah, blah. They let him go. They won their division. You re out of the next four seasons without Albert pools. But they have a great they have a great system. They have a great front office. They're they're smart baseball people there, and look you have to they sorta gave an offer to pool holes. I think out of respect. But you know, I think they said look we'll name a street after you or a highway or put up a statue. And thank you. We got we got our best years out of you. And we brought you up in our system I'm ever talking to Mark Maguire win Maguire was setting all these home run records doing an interview and he was at spring training. And I said anybody stand down because this guy pool holes. Hits the ball harder than anybody. I've ever been around. He said the ball comes off his bat diff and he hadn't even been up to the majors yet. And McGuire said this guy is going to be unbelievable. And I always remember that he said the ball sounds differently coming off his bat already. We've got our poll question. Did you change that poll question? Mclovin. Yeah. We we have what up now that we can change again of the four coaches Matteo Bill. Ballot. Check. Who'd you want to coach one game this.
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"Local farmers with an alternative pollinator brian calvert komo news might wanna think twice before eating that spicy pepper komo's jeff pohjola explains behold the carolina reaper it is the hottest pepper known to man twice as hot as the infamous ghost pepper and roughly eight hundred times hotter than a jalapeno so what could go wrong if you down to the entire one in a single shot we'll just ask the morning crew of k wgn tv and denver which tried some potato chips flavored with the reaper oh oh nellie throw up behind the desk help please and if that wasn't enough take the case of a thirty four year old man with no significant medical history who was hospitalized after pounding the pepper raw during a contest once he chomped on the report he began suffering dry heaves and intense had neck pain fearing the worst doctors gave him a cat scan which revealed significant narrowing of blood vessels in the brain he was diagnosed with a severe sudden onset or thunderclap headache caused by the spicy pepper this is the first known case in which spicy foods have caused such a reaction no word if he won the contest jeff pohjola komo news all right twelve forty one on a on a tuesday afternoon tom glasgow here to check sports leading off with the mariners ugly one for the mariners last night getting their series with kansas city underway they'll look to bounce back in game two with king felix on the mound and he looks to bounce back from an awful second started the season has first outstanding looking for consistency from the king in twenty eighteen mark maguire says he could've hit seventy home runs in a season without taking performance enhancing drugs he tells the athlete he regrets taking the drudge because he didn't need to mcgwire hit what was then a record seventy home runs in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight well with the saint louis cardinals trying to figure out how to get things right with the kicker position as seahawks have sebastian janikowski in today at least espn says that's on the schedule jankowski's forty years of age has spent his entire very successful career with the oakland raiders buffalo bills authencity lineman richie incognito says in a text to the associated press he's done amid reports he's considering retirement after eleven nfl seasons buffalo news quoted incognito as saying i'm done that's it incognito added he is experiencing liver and kidney problems and is being affected by stress more sports in thirty minutes right here on your home.