19 Burst results for "Mark Teixeira"

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:51 min | 8 months ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"The the owners the players are going to feel that pressure of that potential narrative that hey if the NHL gets going the NBA gets going And meanwhile baseball can't work out their financial differences a pox on both their houses. Do you think the two sides that pressure will manifest during these talks to the next week I think it will but I I do think there are some silver bullets. That Major League Baseball has You're one of the things that came out of the early. Two thousands was the debt service rule. And we don't you know me and you can talk about this for hours and the business of baseball and I don't WanNa bore fans but you know most teams have less debt than they ever have had and so if you can allow teams to take on more debt and feel this short term pain but not actually have to go into their pocket books. 'cause most owners will tell you. Listen I'm in this for the long haul. This is something for my family. I want to own this for the city and and way down the road. I'll sell it and make some money. I JUST DON'T WANNA burn through two hundred million dollars this season trying to make ends meet so I do think that Major League baseball has some ways that they can you know. Lessen the pain for the owners But but we have to understand that the players need to say okay. What can I? What can you give me Major League? Baseball? What can you give the owners Major League baseball that this works for everybody? Because it's not gonNa feel good for any player only making twenty twenty five percent of his salary when I will argue. I'M GONNA be on the players side on this one. You're still putting your body at risk and those players that that go into free agency or still putting their bodies at risk and I guarantee you buster. There's going to be Tommy. John Surgeries this season and a lot of them. Were going to be blamed on well. This guy didn't have enough time at spring training so I think eventually players and owners will understand that there are ways to move forward and I am cautiously optimistic as as bad as it looks today. I'm cautiously optimistic. For some sort of agreement in the next few weeks well he led perfectly into my next question for you. This is based on conversations of adults twenty four hours with players in with agents. You went into free agency. You're one of the highest payed free agents in the history of baseball. If in fact what we get. This summer is shorten a truncated season. Which let's face it. If there's some hot spots it could be reduced thirty games to sixty games to ninety games and you are potentially a free agent. How does that change requ about whether or not you participate? You know the comparison that I have heard today are those. Nfl prospects who go through the combine or not go through the combine depending on where they stand. You're a player and you have your in recent years you played well it would there be some incentive for you to talk about. Hey I'm concerned about the health risks but mostly be concerned about how a small sample size could define your free agency in a way that you never would have expected absolutely and I think you know you can take that Same College. Football analogy and players. That don't play ball games rights risk of getting hurt right so I would say that the teams that have a chance to win a world series. There guys are gonNA play. Could you imagine a free agent? Dj Lemay you or someone like that calling Aaron Boone being like Hey Buni I know we're in first place and we're GONNA win the world series this year but I just I don't want to risk it anymore. I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA play it. It's hard for me to believe it's hard for me to believe that any player on a winning team or a team. That has a chance to win. A World Series won't play now if I'm playing for a team. That's not has zero chance of winning a world series in the oriels or the. Marlins or one of those teams and a free agent. I might say you know what this isn't worth it for me and I wouldn't be completely against that. I you know this is. This is going to be a year that we see some weird stuff. Hopefully we see some weird stuff because we're actually playing baseball and you will start seeing pitchers at you know halfway through the season so you know what man my shoulders. A little sore. I'm going into free agency. I'm out or a hitter. Who gets you know a tight hamstring one game like man if I pop this thing and need surgery and I'm going into free agency next year. That's a that's a black mark on my resume. I'm out and I I wouldn't fault these guys because they're already playing for less money that they deserve and they're putting their body at risk hundred percent. I think there's going to be rash tax on one hundred percent and each player is going to have to make his own decision about how to handle that. I appreciate your perspective. Thanks for doing this..

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Happened I'm six fifteen am now from your WFAN sports death his joy while evening Larry they say things come in threes right but after this week's firing of two other managers for cheating still no word from the mezzo roles Beltran status following his role in astro sign steel ling but makes Yankee mark Teixeira saying on ESPN today that Beltran should be can and today a red Sox president Sam Kennedy discussing Alex chorus dismissal over sighing it was ultimately an easy decision for the red Sox in for Alex was a mutual decision I know corporations companies sometimes put out the statements that we mutually agreed to part ways and it might mean something different in this case did not mean something different elsewhere the post says S. NY is giving Keith Hernandez a three year contract extension is met analysts chasing Gary reportedly interviewing to be giants offensive coordinator today X. big blue GM George young jet Superbowl winning center Winston hill making pro football hall of fame nets visiting Philly pre game on the fan six fifty meanwhile big local college hoops night tipping shortly top two teams the big east both unbeaten in week number eighteen Seton hall at six drink bottler Rutgers hosts Indiana and Saint John's is in prominent sports at fifteen forty five round the clock so we want to ten ten win sport and this next one is for bad pet parents look you just feel like why you know when you leave the house each day and poopsie sitting in the window looking all sad all Spotify might have something for you and to see a podcast and a range of platelets aimed at soothing lonely pets.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Freakonomics

"Podcasts. Stitcher or wherever you're listening right now. Let's get back now to our lately. Edited full interview with Mark Teixeira, the former New York Yankees first baseman, one of the many athletes, we've been speaking with for our hidden inside of sports series. I've heard you talk in the past about spring training. So I love you to describe this for people again who don't know baseball. But even who do you've talked about every year, you'd show up, and it's like relearning like both from a confidence in physical level relearning to swing. I find it hard to believe that. But I'd love to hear you talk about you. When I say that it's true every year, I showed up to spring training. I had to learn how to hit major league pitching again because timing is so important, right? You know, if I got into a cage today, I'd still probably look like a big leaguer put me on a T or throat sixty mile an are softballs to me. I could probably still hit some balls, you know, and and looked like a big leaguer. If you put me in a ninety five mile an hour fastball situation with the guy's got a slider and a changeup. I would look like I never played the game. Because I have no reference point. I haven't had one in a year and a half since since I retired almost two years now. I have no reference point to the timing of when I need to start my swing and where that ball's gonna be at the plate. And so that's what I mean. When I say yet the figure out yet the relearn how to hit majorly hitting it's all about that timing is not like riding a bike some guys it is. But for me it wasn't every year my timing from both sides of the plate had to get. Right. And that's one of the reasons. Most of the time I had a slow April. All right. And then for both sides of the plate you've also referred to how your right hand. Swing and your left hand swings were really different. So I'd like you to talk about that. Also again for people who don't know baseball. It's it'd be a little bit like watching, you know, a great basketball player with a jump shot start to shoot left handed. Sometimes right when the situation called for it doesn't happen in other sports in baseball. It does for a variety of reasons, and it's an advantage, obviously. But can you talk about I would imagine that one swing as a mirror image of the other I gather. However that is not correct. It's not because of right hand dominated. So so I throw. Right handed. I right right hand, I do everything right handed. So as a right handed hitter, my top hand, my right hand is the steering mechanism for the bet. And because of that I was a better contact hitter right handed because you know, that dominant hand your top-end steer in it. I could steer the bat where I wanted left-handed that right hand dominant hand is the bottom in and that is my that's my pull trigger you know, the the bat gets through zone. Quick. I hit longer home runs handed. I hit more home runs left handed. I was a much more power hitter. Much more pull hitter left-handed more strikeouts. Lefty, probably I'm sure I'm sure I had more strikeouts left. The I also hit the inside pitch way better left handed right handed. You could bust me in all the time. I was not a good inside hitter right handed because you know, I just didn't have the bat speed right handed. And so that's why I had two different swings. It's not by design. It's just you know, I picked up a bat. Left-handed?.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Bradley, jR, with a two run home run in this one. He has nine RBI in the series all nine RBI coming with two outs. But as for the interference call involving Mookie Betts was certainly not a popular. Call among fans in Houston. It was a popular. Call among Red Sox fans as for ESPN analyst, Mark Teixeira. I can look at it both ways. And when we were watching the game in the green room here at ESPN. We had two two different looks at it. You know, certain guys said, hey, that's a home run. You know, that that definitely was going into the stands, and and bets actually reached into the stands and a few other guys who saying no, no, no, you know, he was interfered with. So I think the the key here is Joe west called it an outright away and to Alex cora's point when it's called an out there wasn't enough evidence to overturn it. And that's why Cora thought that that the call was gonna stand and ended up standing as an out. Okay. You as impartial fan sitting at home watching replays. Well, how would you have called it? They got it. Right. I think they got it. Right. It's very difficult to say that that ball was actually deep into the stands where you know. And and the rules here are if a fielder goes. Goes into the stands there can be no interference because you know, the balls kind of out of play. But I thought that it was kind of right above the wall. And and I thought the Joe s made a good call and then the replayed made a good calls. Well, have you ever been down three two one three games to one in a best of seven? No. But I've been down three games zero and got swept. So it's a tough position. Three one is very difficult. All right. So tell me if you're AJ Hinch, what are you save your guys you've got ver- Lander going against price for game five. You gotta tell your team. Hey, we're the world champs. And we have our ace on the mound. You gotta feel good about that. And listen a few balances go Houston's way in this game and they win and it's two two and they're feeling great because he got Berliner on the mound. Nothing's changed from that standpoint. Justin Verlander wants to go out there and win that game tomorrow. So the Astros do have to feel good about their situation. And it's it's kind of the old cliche. Now one game at a time for Houston and Boston with the way they've been playing they've got to feel very confident with their situation as well. Who's been the most valuable player for Boston in this series? Jackie Bradley, jR. I mean, it's unbelievable. One out of the nine hole three straight games with big hits nine Rb is all with two outs. I mean, he all turned into David Ortiz. And and Boston needs him because he really lengthens that lineup and he's been getting pitches to hit because remember you turn that lineup. Over in Mookie Betts is hidden behind him. And when you got a guy Jackie Bradley, jR, doing what he's done in this series game. Two off Garrett. Cole throws a thousand miles an hour, by the way, I mean that's ninety eight he hits it off the monster. A huge hit right here completely turned around game to and and the crowds going wild behind him game. Three.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"This is where I wanna hit the ball. I think it's probably because of all those years of. Playing baseball. I always visual of the of the pitcher and the ball, and I always it's always focused on when I played baseball was see the ball, hit the ball. And so when I play golf, it's all about, okay, that's the spot that I wanna hit, you know, set up properly and get hit it there. It sounds like every I love the pre shot routine and that last look that you do. That's the remnants of baseball. That's just a baseball remnant, but it sounds like your routines pretty fed your fast player to it sounds like I, I do play fast. And the reason I like to play fast because I've got three kids. I got a twelve eleven and eight year old. And I mean every minute unless I'm on vacation, you know, guys trip or whatever. I do a couple of those a year. Every minute that I'm on the golf course is one less minute that I can't be with my kids. So I try to play quickly and and you know, get it over with, we'll see the beauty of having daddy daycare now that you're retired is dropped the kids off at school. You know exactly what time they're done. Bang. This is how long I got it. The golf course, and you're right, and you know what. I play a lot more golf when the kids are in school during the summertime, summertime, like Like need wouldn't to you be be home. home dad when he be home dad. Now, the good thing is is my youngest. My eight year old loves Gulf, and so he'll play. We played eighteen holes on Friday. He shot a legit. One Twenty-one every ball in the hole from the women's tease had a natural par on number twelve. It was. It was beautiful. So I, I really enjoyed that. So now we know ten years from now it'll be yes, that's Mr. to share outside the ropes. They're going absolutely crazy screaming at people. I, I would love to see to see my year old man play be a golfer, that'd be cool. Hey, mar, we, we appreciate you making some time for today. So what will do for our foursome? We'll invite Ornstein, but he's not allowed to play. He has to pay for all three of us. He that is perfect. Good. So we make them catty. We all share the same ages. We're gonna make. We're gonna make Jim Ornstein agent to the stars pay and then carry all three of our clubs love that. That's a good plan. Hey, enjoy I know we're getting into the middle of the NFC s World Series your colleague here at ESPN. Now you're going to be busy as always. We appreciate you hopping on talk some golf with us. Thanks a lot guys, anytime. Yeah, thanks. Bye. We'll talk to you soon. Love having our guest John. They all come from different walks of life and how much they love golf to share. It was great. We appreciate it his time today, let's end with this catty you you came on before we started rolling the podcast. You had news on tiger and Phil and there thanksgiving weekend showdown. What are you. We have. Yes, who could go what? Who nobody, why not open to the public? And you know how they say? Yeah, when the lights come on, well, they're not going to be playing under the lights. So there, what are they playing? I'll know sunsets and four twenty eight. So it's gonna be in the daytime because they are not playing under the lights and shadow creek. And it's just those two in the camera crews. There's no doubt the public is not going to be allowed there. Now it I guess, owned by MGM as right. So there might be like some high rolling ballers or something. There. Maybe a couple of VIP's and stuff, but apparently the report that I read which was from the Las Vegas review journal Brian Hurlbert he is reporting. They November twenty. Third at shadow Crete will not have any tickets available to the public on quote..

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Few birdies every now and then then I'm ready for him. If you ever found yourself in a charity event or some tournament that you've played in just a really awkward Gulf situation. What's your best story from from one of these tournaments you've in? Oh, my gosh. I had. I was played in one not long ago. And the dude I was playing with. He got so drunk and I never met the guy, never met the guy at all. He got so drunk. He wrecked the cart on withholds it teen sweet even make it even make it the whole round. We were on our fifteenth hole. He's next the cart, and we're like, hey, man, you should probably call the like the pro shop or somebody. He gets out of the car and just cart and just walks approach, didn't call anybody didn't. So like I'm driving around and I get done and the people either taking your bags like, oh, Mr. to share a house around and this and that. And like, you know, we're doing it for the kids, right? Raising money for sick kids and stuff, and I'm like, hey, man, there's a, there's a cart of banged up against a tree on fifteen. You might want to get there. That was the most embarrassing thing that I've ever seen that was only a couple months ago actually. He just leaves his stuff there about. He just walked off Gore's. Oh, good. Our best score ever seventy four. It wasn't. It was this. It was this spring at baker's Bay. I got a place a bakers bay in the Bahamas. It's my happy. Happy place. I live in Connecticut, you know? So it's cold here in the winters. So I go there bunch in the wintertime, and it was just one of those mornings. It was a beautiful morning, no wind. That's kind of what keeps the your scores up in the Bahamas this when you get those windy days off the ocean, but just had it that day, man, I chipped in on chipped in on sixteen from about ninety feet for eagle, that solidifies solidified the best round of my life. I shot seventy one at the Atlantis at ocean club when it was blowing thirty come on the only Avante broken par, three times all three times seventy one. But the Atlanta says, the one I'm most proud of because it was in that Bahamas win, win must have been at your back then. Shorten, I'm sure in fat, so it just doesn't move me much. That's doesn't affect my sleep. Playing in the wind. I played it Shinnecock a few a few months ago. It was a beautiful day, but it was windy and after the round I felt like I had gone like ten rounds with Mike Tyson. Beat me up that that's what the wind to mend mentally, it just completely beats you up because every single swing you're always worried about, well, if the wind takes it, it's going to go there and then you know the ball hits the green and you're like, oh, is it gonna? Hold and man. That's the wind just messes with my mind. Mark to share is player one in your dream force him who fills out the other three spots, man alive or dead either way..

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Dot com tour and what have you. So in college, they would take me out and I would. I got my first taste of nice courses at like Eastlake and Atlanta fled at club and golf club in Georgia and those kind of places. So I had this kind of bright idea. You know, when I have some money in my pocket, I'm gonna join a nice course in and actually start playing golf. So it really, I really started playing golf consistently probably about two thousand three, which was my rookie year with in the big leagues. Who is the best in your crew by growing up when you were a Georgia Tech man? You know what? Every Bryce Molder and Matt Kuchar were like, you know, one in one a right, and there was always this debate who was going to be better. I think everyone talk. Talked about Kuch being the more consistent guy, but Bryce being the one that could go out there and shoot sixty two on you. And I think that's what we saw in their pro careers. Right? I mean, you know, they both have had great pro careers. Bryce just recently retired after after a nice run on the PGA tour, but Kuch is still doing it man. He's still just that consistent guy who is going to be in the top ten every single tournament you. You turn on the TV. He's in there and you know, over the years, he obviously turned out to be the more consistent in better golfer, but man, we were in college. They were both Stutz. Wait, how did you play with two future pros and feel adequate about your game? Why did not feel adequate? I don't feel adequate. I'm a five point seven index right now. And every time I go play with with pro golfers, I feel like I don't even belong, but we have fun. That's the cool thing about golf man. It's like, you know, you throw it a few birdies and have a couple of good holes. And as long as you're you're, you don't drag your partner down, you feel like you can. You know, you can be a good good partner for them in in the end a five point five. That means you have to play with pro golfers to feel inadequate because any other chumps that want to go out there like twelve fourteen handicap are going just be mad playing, but you all that was me up. Literally the day that I retired. My handicap was like a twelve three and within six months of being retired and starting to play consistent Gulf and getting that bad golf swing atomised system from from baseball, I went from a twelve something to a probably about a six or seven within six months, and now I'm just chipping away at it. So I wanna know how impressed were you at what Steph curry? Did that first time that he teed it up in a web dot com tour event and shot like seventy four, seventy four. I'm completely impressed because I'm. I know how hard it is to to put on those on those greens to to hit from that rough. I'd follow some of my buddy. Some of my, my friends that played it started in the the US Amador in two thousand one was east like in Atlanta. So when I was in college, I went and followed some of my buddies and I'm walking through that grass. I can't see my feet like I can't believe how hard these guys have it on tour. So so when I go play the nights course, you know, and it might be a course that they play professional tournaments on, you know, the the rough cut down and the greens are nice and slow, and I go out there and I say, oh, I just shot eighty two on a, you know, the should've cock at the US open course man when they get those things ready for the tournaments. It is a completely different ballgame. So I have a ton of respect for Steph and those guys that that don't play pro golf, but can actually, you know, hit it around a little bit and tournaments. You said a second. I'm going to go back to, you said, once you retired, you got out of that bad golf swing and be able to get your index down. About seven points..

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Great ending stuck the landing i forgot that the supporting cast i liked it i thought once i didn't know ideas isn't sorry tickets simmons my person jason segel shows him jerk off station passport your fit of i love you as well same deal only seen at once but what i do remember that i remembered very highly yeah i like to this well all right good recommendation from every man i love you man check it out now when a film critic and director joke see eye to rick passmore goes into iraqi find me guilty great lumet vin diesel how we gonna top that with the breadth of dystopia narratives revisited in film and television right now such as the handmaid's tale on hulu in the previously reviewed fahrenheit four fifty one i decided to look back at a less serious take on a greater on the greater good fasten line of storytelling nineteen ninety three's demolition man silvester still own wesley snipes and sandra bullock okay we got to send this to the lebatardshow right they love de militiamen go head celebrating its twenty fifth anniversary this october the scifi action flick currently holds a respectable sixty one percent on rotten tomatoes but a paltry thirty four metacritic score garnering tepid reviews from critics such as david ansen of newsweek who states demolition man is a movie that should have been fun but isn't i vehemently disagree with mr mr anson demolition man axes and entertaining tongueincheek nineties action flick as well as a conversation starter on the effects of censorship in society the.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Oh man that's a good question actually one of the one of the cool things that i that i got to do was we got to be the second filming the premiere of the entourage movie he's not what we do at all and it is yeah that's movie was kind of fun you know you know bro type movie and and what we got to do is is basically show people that hey we can bring in someone like entourage we could bring in doug allen we can have fun and people get really excited about the fest we probably april or may the festival was in june it's a few years ago and so when people showed up on throws they got excited about who the type of people we could bring into the festival and then we're able to maybe gain a little bit more traction because of bringing in type of film that's awesome greenwich film festival is taking place i'm going to be there at the open party june first for the past the festival currently veiled out may thirty first june third tickets are on sale go to greenwich that's g r e e n w icy film dot org and learn all about the film festival for you specifically texas a movie guy 'cause i was wondering curious ballplayers obviously you guys for so hard at your crap but then there's downtime there's a reason why starting pitchers like mark moulder and johnson such could gophers a guy like you a first baseman day in day of playing where did the love of movies come and how are you able to develop it on planes that man.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Xerri was like dude it was unbelievable and heat he wouldn't stop like on man we're good i just read nick nolte's book you mentioned ben stiller he said tropic thunder was crazy because if you're gonna make a movie satirizing vietnam univ actually making a war film and it actually with the pyrotechnics and all that going on there it wasn't necessarily a nixon was a fun experience has been so great and you guys real good actors but he goes it was intense it was like making platoon because making fun of platoon oh yeah hundred percent they spared nothing and and on that movie ben and everyone took the action seriously as anything else and that's why i think it is as strong and sturdy is it is and why i don't know that i i can't name a whole bunch of other movies that i'm competent to say we'll be just as relevant twenty years from now as they are today you know i think it'll be one of those classics that'll be on tv forever and and part of the like pain staking care that was made that it was made with you know that we we thought that movie for over six months you know it's it's we treated like an epic and to that end you know been been hired john toll who shot thin red line and braveheart and so the movie and and all of the pyrotechnics and the gun play and all of that is almost all about his practical old school practical apocalypse now style as well and my i i i work on that movie we were shooting the opening kind of battle sequence that opens the whole the opens the movie and we had fifty stunt performers fifty extras two dozen actors hell to practical huey helicopters and the whole thing was just covered in webs and and it was and it was like the most fun i've ever had on film.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Xerri was like dude it was unbelievable and heat he wouldn't stop like on man we're good i just read nick nolte's book you mentioned ben stiller he said tropic thunder was crazy because if you're gonna make a movie satirizing vietnam univ actually making a war film and it actually with the pyrotechnics and all that going on there it wasn't necessarily a nixon was a fun experience has been so great and you guys real good actors but he goes it was intense it was like making platoon because making fun of platoon oh yeah hundred percent they spared nothing and and on that movie ben and everyone took the action seriously as anything else and that's why i think it is as strong and sturdy is it is and why i don't know that i i can't name a whole bunch of other movies that i'm competent to say we'll be just as relevant twenty years from now as they are today you know i think it'll be one of those classics that'll be on tv forever and and part of the like pain staking care that was made that it was made with you know that we we thought that movie for over six months you know it's it's we treated like an epic and to that end you know been been hired john toll who shot thin red line and braveheart and so the movie and and all of the pyrotechnics and the gun play and all of that is almost all about his practical old school practical apocalypse now style as well and my i i i work on that movie we were shooting the opening kind of battle sequence that opens the whole the opens the movie and we had fifty stunt performers fifty extras two dozen actors hell to practical huey helicopters and the whole thing was just covered in webs and and it was and it was like the most fun i've ever had on film.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Who of course is one of our favorites sinophile hopefully one day knock on wood we get him on the podcast and because of the striking visuals michael jordan i think more than holds zone i'm giving it to half maple leafs fully understanding those who have read the book probably will dislike the movie and it's getting tepid reviews as it is ricky chance to watch hbo debuted this friday haven't watched yet wanted to actually started reading the book because of it and never got to finish it 'cause i'm a horrible reader but from what you've said and from what i got out of the first half of the book it's a very short novel it's not that it's not that long so what i'm gathering out of it is would be very difficult to adapt because there really isn't much true overall character development out of what's needed for the plot right so i can see where you would say it's hard to develop there's the carta valance not there certain things are hit or miss with it so a watch it and see i'll watch it soon as he how it is and then attempt to go back and get the book from the library and finish the ninety pages i have left dan are most well read member of the sinophile team you have clearly read fahrenheit for five now read the book but you had me at michael shannon villain and intense poorly for anybody who is like like me and dan rick that it will be enough to sell the movie quite frankly not read the book i'm like oh shannon's in it always villain he's crazy alker gonna watch this hour forty piece of cake all right that is fair for fifty one i would have more movies to review case you wanna no matter if you have dead pulled to which previous podcast and a half pay believes how crazy is the world now by the way it opened at one hundred twenty five billion dollars and they go but of a soft opening are you kidding the movie made last time six hundred fifty million dollars it opens at one twenty five noodle more it opened about seven million less than the first deadpool and i think that's why people were kind of standoffish about that because sequel open it.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on WEEI

"Four six to two now if you're joining one of those teams throw everything else out the window lebron goes to houston row broncos affiliate is what it is they automatically can can get over the hump i just don't know why you'd want to deal with the golden state warriors who are the best team in this generation of the nba it's unbelievable eight five five three two three four nbc it's eight five five three two three four six to two i want to transition the baseball here because mark teixeira former yankee current espn analyst had some interesting things to say about his former teammate robinson canot who tested positive as for furious furioso mind which is a diuretic which is something that you don't get suspended for i feel like i have to clarify that a lot you don't get suspended for what robinson cano tested positive for but what happens is after you test positive for a diuretic major league baseball dozen internal investigation to find out why you are taking it if you are taking it for medical purposes which is what canot had claimed he was then it's okay but if they determine that you were taking it to mask the use of something else or to flush out your system to again mask the use or something else then you get suspended keep in mind canot tested positive before the season which is like when you would take stuff right in the off season and he then appealed any dropped his appeal once he went on the disabled list because he figured hey i might lose this fight anyway and you know what i got a broken bone in my hand i'm gonna be out for some time i might as well start serving.

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Ex-teammate Mark Teixeira 'not surprised' by suspension of Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano

NBC Sports Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Ex-teammate Mark Teixeira 'not surprised' by suspension of Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano

"Four six to two now if you're joining one of those teams throw everything else out the window lebron goes to houston row broncos affiliate is what it is they automatically can can get over the hump i just don't know why you'd want to deal with the golden state warriors who are the best team in this generation of the nba it's unbelievable eight five five three two three four nbc it's eight five five three two three four six to two i want to transition the baseball here because mark teixeira former yankee current espn analyst had some interesting things to say about his former teammate robinson canot who tested positive as for furious furioso mind which is a diuretic which is something that you don't get suspended for i feel like i have to clarify that a lot you don't get suspended for what robinson cano tested positive for but what happens is after you test positive for a diuretic major league baseball dozen internal investigation to find out why you are taking it if you are taking it for medical purposes which is what canot had claimed he was then it's okay but if they determine that you were taking it to mask the use of something else or to flush out your system to again mask the use or something else then you get suspended keep in mind canot tested positive before the season which is like when you would take stuff right in the off season and he then appealed any dropped his appeal once he went on the disabled list because he figured hey i might lose this fight anyway and you know what i got a broken bone in my hand i'm gonna be out for some time i might as well start serving.

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Ex-teammate Mark Teixeira 'not surprised' by suspension of Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano

Under The Hood

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Ex-teammate Mark Teixeira 'not surprised' by suspension of Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano

"Espn radio sportscenter steve lennox in response to the supreme court decision this week on sports wagering the nc double a board of governors suspended its championship policy to sports wagering decision will allow nc double a championship events to occur in states that offer sports wagering move is deemed as temporary board may consider more permanent revisions of its championship host policy regarding sports wagering during future meeting stanley cup playoffs first period in dc lightning and capitals all tied up at one and one dmitri orlov the gulf war washington brayden point with tampa bay's goal his seventh of the playoffs at time the game up at one in one washington to one in the series trying to become the first team to win on home ice espn baseball analyst mark to share appeared on the michael kay show on ninety point seven espn york today topic of robinson casinos eighty game suspension was brought up now when you say you're not surprised did you suspect it with him i mean brawley but yeah i'm just not surprised but i don't really want to go much further but i think a lot of people are kind of saying the same thing cash cut the other catch you a couple of days ago but yeah i'm not surprised league handed down connote suspension pd's on tuesday canot into share played five seasons together with the yankees orioles and red sox opening up a series tonight at fenway park fifth inning red sox up two nothing on jd jd martinez two run home run martinez thirteenth down.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Let's go back to usual suspects the great thing about that is they took them all in they really didn't have anything on them but they said we're gonna bring you back whenever we want like that was kind of the whole thing about we're gonna bring you to prison if you don't tell us what you don't figure this out we're sending you back to business that is a great movie you're saying that anything that has a prison in it eight any movie that has a prison in it in any form is a prison movie like if somebody's if if if sally field is driving past a field of daisy and anything with i'm going with goodfellas paulie gee's she fellas sell is raising the prison start johnny do's cookham meek slicing the onion so thin that's a great prison movie could your wives he always around stiffened around the movie segment ears thank you to share happy opening day thanks guys good one money mo parole limbs yeah what i'm saying if morgan freeman and driving miss daisy if he drove miss daisy past the prison prison movie nobody wants to talk driving mistakes let's talk more about fell seriously imagine if you had somebody cooking for you here monthly drug i really don't adnan virk is a menace at is beyond he wants to be talking movies everywhere and he's not welcome on this program i don't know how keeps breaching the security system to while you sports fans did you know you can stream this podcast on spotify or right now it's easy open the app on your mobile device or desktop click on the browse channel then click on the podcast section you can also stream on your smart speaker now it's that much easier for you to stay up to date on all the latest and greatest and all things sports thanks to spotify donlevatar america's addicted to its technology.

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"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mark teixeira" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Share with that's a prison movie like the rock is a huge prison movie and john connery was a prisoner mike ryan is obsessed with rules and control you are right you win on this most prison movies mean you have to try to break out of prison no one's crazy enough to break in okay do you want to read ask the question what is the best movie about people breaking out of prison and yes those same guitar question number i don't wanna do that one the number to the silver medallist of best prison movies of all time according to yankee legend mark the chair is usual suspects off the board that the controls to very it's a good choice what my what the theme where okay again i if this question is what is the best movie about people breaking out of prison that's a different answer jared janke legend it's one of the things that happened in prison this is more of an interrogation film not prison movie she's the same when they are all in prison and going through the the the you know i can't say the words dropped the blank blank that i one of the best when in lineup with glide i've put me for disney digits one of them for disney it was what you're saying and the number one movie of all time prison moving not be person movie is shawshank redemption no doubt i'm with this share it doesn't matter break it aimed breaking out if there's a prison in the movie the prison movie that's it if there's a scene that happens within a prison then it's a prison movie.

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