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"marvin miller" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:29 min | Last week

"marvin miller" Discussed on AP News

"Rain across the Florida Panhandle in parts of southern Georgia and South Carolina through the morning. The National Hurricane Center's Daniel Brown looks like Mindy will move across portions of southern and southeastern Georgia through this morning. And then move out over the Western Atlantic and away from land as we get toward the afternoon and evening today among those inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, former Yankee shortstop and captain Derek Jeter Colorado star Larry Walker, Ted Simmons of the Cardinals and Brewers and the late Labor executive Marvin Miller. This is a P news. Now to the economy, and it won't be any surprise to you. The Covid appears to be continuing to affect the economy. The Federal Reserve's latest survey of business conditions finds US economic activity downshifted in July in August, the Fed's beige book cites rising concerns about Covid's Delta variant as well as supply chain problems in labor shortages for the slowdown. Americans held back on dining out travel and tourism and the report also notes particular weakness in auto sales that's attributed to low infant Stories due to a shortage of computer chips. There had been expectations The Fed could soon announce plans to start reducing its monthly bond purchases, which are being made to help lower long term interest rates. However, analysts say that's less likely given the disappointing August jobs. Report. And Thomas Washington stocks were down yesterday, The Dow dropped 68 points the S and P was down five. The NASDAQ Down 87. I'm Rita Foley. I'm Rita Foley. AP News The summer of Hope against the coronavirus is ending in gloom. More than 26,000 deaths were reported last month, more than four million infections. It's the fourth highest total since the start of the pandemic. Overall, more than 650,000 people have died in a major forecast. Model projects 750,000 deaths by December 1st. Hopes were high. But the Delta variant along with resistance to vaccinations dash those hopes This outbreak is still well below the all time peaks over the winter. Cases in most states appear to be plateau owing and are likely to decline in the fall, buying more time to vaccinate adults and teenagers before flu season. Ed Donahue Washington officials in New York are announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center. Just days before the 20th anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly 3000 people and jolted the nation. The medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead, New York, She was a broker for Marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate finds in 2000 and 1, 2000 and two and 2000 and six his family is asking the name be withheld. It's the first time in two years new identification has been made. 1100 remains are still unidentified. Even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found, Chief Medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledged to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families. I'm Jackie Quinn. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new and upcoming first pet.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:56 min | Last week

"marvin miller" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"114 off her oldest Chapman in the ninth inning, his seventh homer of at least 114. This season, one behind Giancarlo Stanton and showing Otani for the most in major league baseball. SportsNet 5 90 the fan with the call of the home run for the Blue Jays, who at the end, here's Romanos to to Swung on hit in the air to left center field down the run is Dyson. Jason makes the catch ball game over and Toronto wins and the Yankees have now lost nine out of 11. And their lead for the top wild card over Boston goes down to one on the loss side Blue Jays with a 63 win over the Yankees, jobs, trolling W. F A and Blue Jays the Yankees Fall into that second wild card spot there now a half game behind the Red Sox, and it's tight in the American League Wild card. Red Sox have the top spot in half game over the Yankees, Blue Jays, a game and a half out. Seattle 2.5 back. Oakland is three games out. But as for the Yankees, they've struggled as late as you heard even saw Garrett Cole leave his start on Tuesday with tightness in his hamstring manager Aaron Boone. So I think he's You know, Encourage. I don't think we have anything definitive yet. I think the next 24 48 hours is gonna you know, determine where we move and how he you know how he responds, but I think he was encouraged by how he felt coming in here. He has not gotten an MRI. As of now, we'll see if that's in the cards moving forward. I don't know yet. Yankees currently holding that second wild card spot SportsCenter all night, ESPN radio Yankees fans with kind of a split focus on Wednesday. There was the game against the Blue Jays. Also the Hall of Fame inductions in Cooperstown for the class of 2020, Larry Walker, Ted Simmons, the late Marvin Miller. And Derek Jeter. Who came this close to being a unanimous selection. Thank you to the baseball riders..

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Yankees Star Derek Jeter Inducted Into Baseball Hall of Fame

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Yankees Star Derek Jeter Inducted Into Baseball Hall of Fame

"Hi year later than scheduled Derek Jeter led a four member class of inductees into baseball's hall of fame in Cooperstown the fabled Yankee shortstop was joined by cardinals brewers and Braves catcher Ted Simmons expose Rockies and cardinals outfielder Larry Walker and the late Marvin Miller long time head of the Major League Baseball Players Association who made free agency possible shooters long awaited induction speech captured the doubts all four faced on their way to Cooperstown to this day I remember every time I was down there I I I made and I still make a mental note so I was and I'm going to prove doubters wrong no it's what drove me to still drive his date the four inductees were elected to the hall and twenty twenty no one was selected in this year's ballot I'm John Merriam

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"marvin miller" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Vincent was the served as the eighth commissioner. Of Major League Baseball, from September, one, thousand, nine, hundred nine to September nineteen ninety-two on that occasion, he was basically forced out. By owners he couldn't convince. Of One. He thought important item. That! You Ain't going to be able to break this union. It's too strong a union. You got to figure out a way to work with them. And, if you don't, you're going to hurt the game dramatically, he wasn't wrong then, even though he lost his job in the process. He still! Eight wrong believing that some of the same lessons have not been learned largely by the owners. But to a certain extent by the players as well, he joined us in the three o'clock hour of the show. We thought we'd make a least a decent portion of the interview available to the folks, perhaps listening now or headed home now as well and I think that's where we began part of the challenge when you were a commissioner about what the best commissioners, even when they are hired and fired by the owners. What the best of those try to do, technically the commissioner is you know the works at the whim of the owners? Obviously some of the best commissioners including you were able to finesse that and still try to do what you thought was in the best interest. Ultimately You lost that battle, and that's wildly you. You ended up resigning, but is it. Does that reality make it? Almost impossible for a commissioner to try to do the job the way you did it in a couple of others notably tried to over the years. If this is inevitable, given that that's the reality of it, and that is something that's going to continue perhaps to haunt sport, especially, because of as you lay out the really sorted an suspicious feelings that certainly players have for owners in terms of how the negotiating has gone over a period of decades. Yeah but I guess the thing that kind of breaks. My heart is that I wasted my time because I really didn't. Succeed and. To recognize, they have a partnership with the players. There's nobody in the modern business world that doesn't recognize the people who work for the business. Create value and they have to be respected and taken care. The. Ownership that. Used to squash employees and even tried this squash the those. Instincts have got to be terminated. They're not valid anymore. The world has moved on. And so, what's sad about baseball and it's also sad about professional sports. Is there is no understanding of that partnership. There's never there hasn't been. Later ship in baseball. I certainly fail. I tried to do it. But, you can't bring the two sides together there's. For some reason, there's enormous hatred. And Marvin Miller who Jesus. I asked him I said Marvin. Did you set out bank? The owners look like models and an evil people. He said absolutely that was my intention. I wanted the owners that looked like they were evil greedy. billionaires because the players were being mistreated now. Again that attitude is ancient history. We're beyond matter should be. But we haven't made much progress and it's such a disappointment to me because. I think I was right. I think there has to be a partnership,.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"All right, and that's where they stand. And even if they prorate those salaries by their internal bookkeeping. The industry will lose between two and a half and three billion dollars, just if the players end up taking a thirty percent. Share of what they were supposed to make this year, and that is where they are dug, and of course now oh my God! We all felt as if we had gone back to the future. When the players are bitching about what again uh, salary cap! We're all the way back to Marvin Miller, when we will never give in on a sour kept I. Think Oh, my God. Oh, my God we're have we're. We're litigating something that was supposed to have been litigated a long time ago. Yeah, that's the thing I don't understand is why the players more now? In this case than the owners because the owners clearly get it because they're looking at the books why? They can't understand that this is just a one off this is this isn't a a harbinger the future. This isn't the way that they're going. Negotiate from here on in this is corona virus. is doing everything crazy. You wearing masks while you're trying to eat your food in a restaurant. That's half empty. It's not normal. So why can't they just say look this? This isn't going to be there going to institute a salary CAP. Because look, we've got away with it in two thousand and twenty and intractability that I. Don't understand how the players here the willingness to do this, and and you know until they get that out of their head. They've got a block here because they're thinking. This isn't just about this. This is about the future. Mitch. That is exactly what was thrown out right from the start is. One of the first things that came out of the amounts of the union side was the idea that this is the slippery slope for a salary cap if they agreed to. You know to to the way. It's been presentative. This has been in their head from the beginning their head. Okay his head Mike. You know you know. Yeah. His head from the beginning. Okay, then some very much this in your mind, never fade. You know, and you know then so yes, it's it's. It's a very important sticking point for them. In. Here's the thing Bobby Mitch here's the thing at some point, you hope. That whatever the finances are whatever numbers both sides are looking at, and you can see the decades nearly a half century of distrust between the Union Marvin founded and the owners where we are okay, fifty years of not. The other side, not trusting each okay, but what whatever they're looking at whatever bottom line there is here's what's going to finally get this done. Both sides are going to have to make what they perceive to be a bad deal, not only bad Mitch, not only a bad deal, but a really bad deal. Because because here's the thing say it is three billion say that's what that's the loss that the owners are looking at. Multiply that by whatever for the damage and the long range damage that will be done to this sport, the longer they continue to bicker at this particular time in America Mike. I'm going to take twenty second here and what I'm doing is I'm patting myself on the back. Okay, if you can only see well, we've seen you do that by I'm doing it because pretty by the way it's a yoga thing. tweeted this two weeks ago. That the way to get this done is they need a deal? They both will hate because the the opposite is not possibly not possible the only way to get this dinosaur deal that they both would hate. And I so. Yes I only. And I'll give you the equation for how you determine how much you hated deal. I'll give it to you right after these words from our friends at Geiko. Everybody's got A to do list. Drop off the dry cleaning pick-up some milk. Here's an idea. Let's add save hundreds.

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Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021

SportsCenter AllNight

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021

"Reynolds Derek Jeter was voted nearly unanimously this first year of eligibility Larry Walker voted in his final year of eligibility Ted Simmons waited for decades before being voted by the modern era committee to all wait one more year the baseball hall of fame announcer gets cancelled the induction ceremony in July because of the pandemic they along with the late Marvin Miller will be inducted next

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"marvin miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Right Hey they are going when we got here let's try this one what board game was part of the inspiration for the movie titled the king of Marvin gardens I was given the choices now why do you so easy to need died here's your choices risk Candyland monopoly or clue now please you check in softball history yeah what problems I never have a winner it was a question he never had a win now he's gonna win property with which one and Sam are the king of Marvin Miller I see a yellow property right right exactly he need them the multiple choice and then you can just guess well you got we could it be because the judges you know we we are yeah you guys play by the rules you know he was struggling he was he was ready to say chutes and ladders I will you know yeah I have a certain age you're not going to know the who play though these young kids all play man hours emplacement awfully Sam lane he's official case is a special gift I was gonna have with using the really bright kid I like similar he's a he's a he's actually think some funny which is even so I really like him I told them before you came in that hello Julia it is four he loves my album are you a great all my god I got so the picture of you when I heard in your all my god the response I got a really yeah it'll come in the morning just to meet you the buying the album together by the end of the season hello boys are back hello boys about another to another one in the spring so always a a back again well I I'm I'm I'm back from the dead I think of a call with a good call it the Nash Rambler right right a on the Jersey want to one point five bought is that our name in do not and we're being when game years or what they saying learn it's your when you're trying to like you arrive to one if you like that.

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Derek Jeter elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Jeter elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

"Derek jeter. Larry Walker will be inducted into the baseball hall of fame. JEETER was one vote. Shy that unanimous selection. Ted Simmons Simmons seriously and former Brad Penny got a vote. No he didn't Brad Penny got a vote horse. I think Ted Sentences in though Ted Simmons and former Players Association leader Marvin Miller also be inducted through the modern era committee. How many committees do they have? I'd put Brad Penny the hall of fame just for the conversation. I had with him before. Pitching against the Yankees in the world series in which his entire staff was telling him quit trying to throw. Oh Ninety eight quit. China's throw ninety eight and then I asked him. What are you going to do? And he's like throw ninety

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"marvin miller" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Think I would also be remiss if I didn't mention a few other names special to the baseball family Marvin Miller specifically what especially or for him to get inducted into the baseball hall of fame we've seen competitiveness blossom in free agency blossom and he played a major role in that Curt flood as well challenging the reserve clause was essential to the blossoming support we have today and to all the players that have sacrificed for us to to get this in this position and and preserve the integrity of the game that we all love I'd also like to take this time her family and the Yankees for bring me on like I said it's been a dream come true Brian for hanging in there for all those years Damon Oppenheimer's not here but Damon Randy Brian had in their own ways reach out stated touching and pass along good wishes along the journey until this point and I think nothing represents the brand of the Yankees better than the class that they have they have they have shown over the over the years you know yeah some people don't quite take the word no and as well as these guys did and I would say it paid off that's for sure so I think that's a pretty much about it for me right now so thank you well when was the last time you heard anybody thank Marty McFly unbelievable we're world take several questions from the media that's assembled here we have wireless mikes on both sides and if you would be kind enough to introduce yourself to gear as you ask your question we can take several now over to my right here I'm sorry transaction and I getting a wireless Mike over to somebody rented cutting with NJ advance media why did you choose the ankles because it's it was my dream I had a second opportunity to chase it and it's the best organization in my opinion in the league there's a there's a process here that Brian spoke to and that he just alluded to a couple minutes ago about trying to bring the best people each individual position just around everybody with the best opportunity to succeed and I think they demonstrated that a certainly through Bryant's ten year over the last two decades so it instills a lot of confidence is a player when you hear those things and it doesn't hurt to play for your favorite team take two in the middle you can pass it on hi just waiting for my extra down the long row of reporters welcome to the bronze Bimini though when did you become a Yankee fan and why who you about one of the the sports my my father went to middle school and and and a high school here in New York we found love with the Yankees service fair players or Willie Randolph and Mickey rivers and I mean I was always a baseball fan I I I love the game I played from a young age and and I don't know I mean I feel like it's hard not to fall in love with the Yankees from like ninety four to you know two thousand two he obviously was partial to the Yankees and and every every young kid wants to be like their dad right so I wanted to be a Yankee fan I grew up going to a lot of angel games because it was the one baseball outlet that was closest to us I was fortunate to be able to watch a lot of light Major League Baseball as a kid but you know the Yankees around four o'clock every day so I rushed home from school Bob the TV on outside maybe invite a couple of my buddies over and Tyler and and Charlie and then we sit on the patio and and and watch watch the eighties games rendered wonderful opportunity to go to the two thousand one World Series were held I had that sign and I think that's probably the only time the entire nation was rooting for the Yankees after the unfortunate I certainly of the year so I I mean it's just wanted traditional what it what it franchise a tradition and success and championships in it the kind of embodies the the true American dream.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Got it got it on the certain level the like that our brains the world got it the were the best things I ever did in my sports life was read this book called the lords of the realm can I turn yonder with the lords of the realm from my Wall Street journal guy named John Hellyer H. E. L. Y. A. R. is about the history of labor and owners players and owners in the history of baseball it goes all the way back and it goes to the o'malley's and Ted Turner and all it is soul constructivist in the history of why the players union was so important in may for a hundred years the owners just owned under my thumb Mick Jagger style and how Marvin Miller changed everything and gave the players like crew can type their rights to the point we're cooking type this type of stole awful he's so incredibly thoughtful that he didn't forget with Marvin Miller done for him Marvin Miller walked in nineteen sixty six to a spring training and said you guys you guys are getting absolutely use you have no right to have no se the owners can give you whatever they want they can cut you in anytime you're the players you're the product you are the ones and you know and it it and bill in there were old school guys who are afraid of Marvin Miller I call you Stransky famously like they're all players like Marvin Miller is a communist get him out of here we only this guy and there are other more revolutionary guys like Curt flood doesn't that are like this guy makes all the sense in the world we need to have our rights we need to have our our our say our voice you can't let the owners run it so Marvin Miller in the face of incredible opposition and power and dollars fought and fought and fought and fought and fought and made the players what they are today and in so for kite to tell that story about him and Mike taken an old Marvin Miller he died twenty twelve taken in ancient Marvin Miller out to dinner in New York at real I give me goosebumps no joke we sat we story and and he was sitting by himself in the restaurant and I thought the restaurant was packed sells a great Russell by Felino you know we don't want picturing in my head not that far off although I don't think it was an organized crime in a killer he was in the teamsters well he was actually type was just a little crack was the steel workers that always seems there's no steel workers but he take that calmer chagrin see who that is I don't want to disrupt too with the show my famous thanks a million at the end of yeah got a big kick yeah okay coach got a big kick out of twenty one here in Ireland we had say they say everybody says it all the time Hey go to go to spots Murph as a call Josh but anyway so in terms of these coaches and we talk about all morning if you're just joining us this new coaching staff of pitching coach Andrew Bailey pitching director Brian banister assistant pitching coach even cats bench coach chi qureia hitting coach Justin veal assistant any goes down a hacker director of hitting Dustin land and third base coach Ron lotus yeah there is that these guys have outside and you Bailey and Brian Bannister who had a little bit the moon none Major League Baseball playing or coaching experience the one that's really shocking is this thirty one year old bench coach chi qureia thirty one whose experience is so limited that in the bio they mention he was all conference in high school yeah okay in high school he played at university of Puget Sound and I said this and I'm not I mean yes I'm trying to get a line often yes we'll give these guys a chance but it is whose resume was that's with high qureia chi courageous anything a chi curry about playing little league ball under coach stature.

"marvin miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Strasbourg got all winter meetings continue the other interesting story on a baseball this week dealing with all of fame vote former cardinals catcher Ted Simmons elected by the Veterans Committee so is former players union leader Marvin Miller he absolutely revolutionize things for players during his time at the helm of the player's association between nineteen sixty six and nineteen eighty two empowered players to go she'd multi million dollar contracts he was elected posthumously the hall of fame on Sunday by the Veterans Committee as well but it's an interesting dynamic in his situation yes Princeton Khorchin with our Keith Olbermann Marvin Miller choice I am utterly conflicted bites he said before he died he said it to me six days before he died I do not want to be elected if it is posthumously the family does not appear to be ready to participate in the hall of fame process in the summer how do you feel about Marvin Miller being elected post mortem against his wishes well I certainly understand your point here Keith but I think he's a hall of Famer and I think you should have been in many years ago and it certainly should happened while he was alive if the hall of fame is indeed a museum that chronicles the history of baseball than Marvin Miller has to be in it now he's not branch Rickey's not Babe Ruth he certainly not Jackie Robinson but when you look at where the salaries were in baseball when he took the job in nineteen sixty six as the head of the union the the minimum salary was six thousand dollars the average was nineteen thousand dollars and look at where we are now yes change the entire structure of how players are paid I understand what you're saying here and it took him an awfully long time to get in but I for one at least believe he should be in the hall of fame Miller died in twenty twelve at the age of ninety five he fell short in his first seven times on the Veterans Committee ballots but he received seventy five percent of the vote on the Veterans Committee this weekend receiving twelve of the sixteen votes from the sixteen man modern committee and he will be inducted this summer in the hall of fame presumably with guys like Derek Jeter will know the players I will not vote comes out next month SportsCenter all night ESPN radio international news the top anti doping agency Monday made it official a band Russia from international competition for four years and that includes next summer's Olympics games in Tokyo ESPN investigative reporter TJ Quinn what.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"Let's catch up with my good friend and Inver. I didn't really think that I would do a podcast with you. Or I'd start with Harold Baines. But you. Unite people forget how much I used to love baseball and Baynes is like in my wheelhouse. And last night on a hotel looking at baseball reference. Harold Baines numbers going. He led the league and nothing ever. His best MVP finish was nine. And what I love about. This is that for people that understand you could be seventy five percent of the ballot. Okay. And then he wasn't even close. He was off the ballot. And then there's this veterans committee, which is called now the heiress committee where it's just a bunch of guys who are ex players executives of whatever. And apparently Reinsdorf is on. It was the owner LaRussa who was his manager. And then I think was a Pat Gillick was his GM with the Orioles. It's also on it too. So you had all these guys stumping for Baynes. And then he gets seventy five percent of the vote from his era's committee thing, and the whole reason I'm going on this rant is that. Once again is an example of everybody needs to stop giving writers crap for how they vote for awards because the writers actually do get it. Right. More often than any of the ex players people in the building do that's the type of russillo rant that I have needed in my life. So good to be back with you. Ryan. I couldn't agree more. When I saw the headline honestly thought it was from the onion hang on. I don't follow the. And so all that would be a great store of a headline herald Baynes Famer this is actually legit at a grave miscarriage of Justice to your point. We could do a laundry list of people aren't in the hall of fame. I won't go through all the mug a one. And that's Marvin Miller, and I know, you know, Marvin Miller was instrumental now baseball change for players and getting them all of this money because he was ran the players union in for years as curt flood sued for his freedom. You know, he was baseball slave. Margaret Miller was these is this guy was a catalyst for creating change and bringing about free agency. I know some people decry back out God Graydon's ruined things. I don't care for luxury tax. And every time a big player is going to go out there. It's being he's the Red Sox. The dodgers another Phillies spent stupid money on price. Chopper. Manny Machado, Marvin Miller Shane's baseball for the better. And the fact he's not in the hall of fame is beyond farcical and Harold Baines is in and as you said, there's no way you can slice it. Like you start to sit yourself. Maybe I'm out thinking, thanks, maybe actually been all air. It's way worse than I thought it was the ringer amaze. Using job on this. I gotta check who c- who did the peace like they basically kind of looked at like what your peak years are. And then this variance of like how far off you are from everybody else. And it's basically an argument made that he's not like fifty percent of the player that all the other right fielders in the hall of fame. Are there was never a time? And I know this isn't broad appelation. There was never taught me to Harold Baines. Must see TV that doesn't mean. Every guy like that. As a hall of Famer and people can try to crack Bijou a compiler was never the best player in this game are standard start three thousand. It's okay. I'll give you a compiler. He compiled rates Satistics herald Baynes at his apex was what a good slugger a great beard. Look good in the White Sox uniform. Nobody ever said of themselves Baynes, crushes and of all those numbers, you mentioned MB people. It was always a question if you've got like six or seven top of people's attention. Let people were asking Paul Goldschmidt is going to make him king six time all star. And he's sector third envy. People in three the last five years..

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"marvin miller" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Welcome back to the GSM GMC podcast baseball podcast to be more. Exact we are to talk about the man of the year award. That has just been announced who is the winner of the man of the year. Yes. So we have our first three time winner. It's the Marvin Miller man of the year part of the players. So she wanted again, I'm kidding part of the players association's players choice awards. It is Thirty-seven-year-old. Curtis Granderson thirty seven year old Curtis Granderson, please come on down. He wanna know nine sixteen in this year. He nearly one of Paul Goldschmidt and Mike trout. So this award is given annually to play for on-field performance in contributions to the community that inspire other. So in a time in a world where seems like a lot of. Negative news happens. It's always nice to recognize one of the good guys out there. Curtis granderson. He's played for multiple teams. He seems to be a fan favourite. I've seen him personally play a couple of times. He's very good with the fans he likes to interact. He likes to sign autographs. What do you think about Curtis Granderson winning this award? You know, it's really cool when you see. So and get what's the word. I'm we'll give kick commemorated for some for his unselfishness off the field. And this is just a great. It's very deserving especially from guy like this who's very unselfish in his ways. And you just gotta love stuff like that. He's currently a free agent. Do you think he'll get signed this year puts place somewhere? Yeah. I don't know. I think you just going to I feel like he should be more of a off the field guys. I still good for his community. Maybe like work through the team to help them in their communities. You know, kind of a what's the word? I'm looking for a..

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"marvin miller" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Momentum in in the direction of that at this point and i think a lot of sentiment among front offices that echo that you know what could probably help older tree agents get more money used a career lengthening steroids go back that fifteen years how much do you blame the players association for this and how much do you think it's just a product trends that marvin miller in his prime would have had a tough time contracting are you talking the players association as an an executive group or the players sociation as a a consortium of players because i think they're they're they're two different things i think the unions strength as a group of players over the over the last probably ten to fifteen years has waned and part of that i think is is a function of there being credible money in the game and and people feeling like they they're they're satisfied and not pushing you know not wanting to disrupt the the labor peace that's gone on for upward of a quartercentury at this point and and has has seen every buddy grow rich together that that's been that's been the the beauty of baseball that of the players the owners everybody has been involved in this together but at the same time you know if the players are not recognizing the importance of their unanimity and strength it's incumbent on the leadership to stress that to them and to make that their number one priority and i don't know that the mlb pa has done as good of a job as it needs to enduring matt either a engaging the modern athlete is a really difficult thing to do and i think i think tony clark gets a lot of shit and i think some of it is deserved and some of it absolutely is not you know could he have seen the gambit that mlb was running with the international dollars coming our should have seen that coming yeah probably but at the same time i think the reason that he was brought in was to be someone who who brought together players and that's what that's what he was endeavouring to do.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA

The Bullpen with DA

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA

"He wasn't really gonna play anyways so what they really do it they gave away a player that wasn't really gonna play and they got the the best wearing the game for his contract essentially it's unbelievable i tell you what before we get into the actual ramifications of this trade i want to say one thing marvin miller has risen up from the grave and he's standing up and applauding right now because you have all the power to the player in this case absolutely and people are out there getting mad that he had the power even though totti everything otani went through the power was in the point where he got choose century where he went to goosestep stand chose the where he wanted to go it's amazing marta miller will he's done for the players where he stan just sit there and pick and choose and hoodoo i want to go to a it's the yankees and then he has to go big either stays home goes to the yankees its its powerful and it is it's it to how it should be for puerto macabre do you think tony clark right now is in his office feet up on the desk with a cigar saying yes the union is strong and the ass the leica burns excellent absolutely amazing there's a good chance that next year's allstar game homerun derby is gonna be the yankees versus the national league have the crazy would you about that it could be the yankees was that that that's real would jet now this is we're not counting over eggs before they hatched the guy still have to be healthy and they have to work together but it's baseball's lahser healthy they should be fun the biggest issue that i have with this trade though is the yankees were finally a team that was likeable there were homegrown they didn't go out and they bought all the big free agents people started to liked them mfn and i started the like most super excited about this team and all of a sudden.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA

The Bullpen with DA

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA

"The players sociation he was the beginning of that he he gave us somebody we could trust subway we could stand behind somebody who i think a lot of this where sri her back in the day the question bringing them in originally because he wasn't a base while guy and they thought he was going to be a business guy bigger business guy but he ended up being the the right person for the job at the right time somebody they could get behind some of they could trust a lot of people have mixed emotions about the union ray law people think that it's abc's big horrible thing but as a player manic gives you somebody some backing gives you people that are are no are always going to be there for you and there are always going to have your back marvin miller establishes built this if anybody's ever had a big impact on the game it's gotta be marvin miller it's gotta be somebody who started the union he's had as being an impact of the game as any commissioner anybody a you know he he really bill would a was to be a player in the game what was the mean to give to other players will we have today as players he was the one that really begin that process without a doubt he should be all fifth sugar hall federal in time ago and and really buoyed whoa what's keeping them out it's the fact that he started the union and that owners don't like that why would any odors really wants administered a union being in the whole thing there the big probably despised hip he's a hall of fame re he's had as big an impact on this came as any player at any any error and it was under his watch their free agents who came into effect and what you said no no owner out there would really be happy about free agency what a really got started around was pension is what really players wanted players wanted pension and that's what the union really kind of started as as something to give guys soho something the retire with but then curt flood came around and and sacrifice is essential his entire career four.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA

The Bullpen with DA

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA

"And i didn't vote for either i voted for third party candidate you didn't vote greek i did not vote greek as this curious why didn't you vote for a greek verse very simple you have met my sister you have met my mother you have met my aunts do you think i need one more greek women ruining my life controlling me i'll give you that you do yet controlled completely by your sister or your mom and yes that is a good call you've been to my aunt and uncle is house you see how the men have to huddle into one little corner because they're all afraid of what the greek women are going to do he won the he will be won the election entrusted yeah he's the most corrupt mayor i think that we have ever had but regardless i still couldn't have a greek woman running my life anymore staten island was full odd for trick person madison no not at all so yeah that's how i spent my week but that's not the most important election going on now there is a much more important election and we don't get the vote for unfortunately but that's going to bring us to our top story all roads leading us da modern baseball era ballot has come out and there are a few great names on their jack morris don mattingly louis t aren't alan trammell steve garvey and of course former mlb pa head marvin miller now we're gonna talk about all of these guys in the future but i want to talk about marvin miller first da you are a big mlb pa guy so this week i just want to talk about marvin miller and his police in the game tell me a little bit about what you know about miller and your thoughts on whether or not he should be a hall of famer why no marvin miller was not a baseball guy originally hugh is a big union guy in its of the bigger i think auto union stuff but he was separate from baseball at we brought them in to give some sustainability to the players right and then he created what we know now moderately as.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on The MLB Show

"I have my concerns obviously that up yeah and i've been really critical of them by he's in a really tough situation given the how labour hostile bud the public is and also his opponent like one thing that i think the the goof yongchol acted rob manfred stealing has really obscured the key is better at this bid maybe anybody in the history of professional sports i think he's the best labor negotiator on either side that certainly baseball seen since marvin miller and it's possible that if tony clark's opponent were bud seelig then he be doing banner bud i mean he's just an a a really really difficult situation yeah asked her to interesting story about manfred as it pertains an arbitration hearing so all basically the team excuse me the asia was representing in international warned player and they talked up in arbitration hearing about how much he meant you that market for that team you know they would on their little break in in the league came back and manfred had supplied the team with the information about exactly how important the market was it broke out this data and his completely wiped the floor of that part of the argument and you can say it will maybe that was an important or what have you would yummy and for it is i mean he's been he's been dilfer this basically and he knows exactly what he's doing yeah i guess as a very interesting point you made a young sort of gives off the you know the impression that all angie she shock in all shots or whatever but i'm open anti thing i'm all consider that idea yeah he had it yet but you know who and you know what to his credit that's probably a pretty good after sake as the alternative asked would probably not.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Could be a good fit we'll see if the cardinals will be willing to pay the price of lance lynn is going to get i think he's he's in a good spot kind of like yvonne nova was less fall they're not allowed to starting pitchers available in he's respected veteran i just don't know if with the cardinals was so much young pitching coming up they would want wanna even pay the price and a couple more year buster this one from joey garrison he's at joey underscore garrison and he says at this point is marcus stroman an armed that is moveable and if so what would it take to get him no he's not movable from what i've heard and who knows that could change very quickly and he would suddenly become the guy everybody wants but i've asked that question number of times in what have gotten back is the blue jays do not want to trade him at this time they're drawing a lot of fans to their ballpark and their fans would not be happy mr stroman was dealt someplace else and finally buster an awesome question from trevor mcdonald's at trevor mac and he says buster duc day were scott boris gets to the hall of fame now i don't look marvin miller's not an hall of fame and and i think scott would be someone that you should talk about in in a one he finishes his career as a candidate but that's not going to happen till after marvin miller gets in into this point marvin miller who certainly a transformative figure uh in labour an aid someone who altered the course of major league baseball the fact that he's not in is a shock to me like i you can likewise work economic is work but no can no one can argue his historical importance yet but with two wrongs maker right buster 'cause i think scott boris especially in the twentyfirst century in late twentieth century has been one of the most important figures in all baseball.

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"marvin miller" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"marvin miller" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"Eight versions of both books edged give might as gifts figure but taylor branch also wrote it started off as a um a a atlantic article he wrote the shame of college sports so he did the history of the nc aa and i think for any athlete or any person who truly loves the game forget forget your conference get your school but for anybody who truly loves um college sports and what you know literally thousands of men and women do in college for the beauty of the game that that article the shame of college sports is fantastic um one of my great mentors before he died was marvin miller um former head of the ill be players association um in his book a whole new ballgame um is fantastic um but really the the book that probably at the has the biggest impact on me i mean i know it sounds like a almaz hate to say it says a complete dork but um there is a book called the by thomas kimoon called the structure of scientific revolutions cool and it's um it's it's probably require i think it's required reading now for most people in med school but cubans theory you know late end of of of of this century was while the common view was that um a medical breakthroughs kind of happened slowly by building on previous knowledge his theory was just the opposite his theory was that that medical technology medical breakthroughs tended to happen on revolutionary scales hoon um and so he goes through a a a a number of of historic examples but the idea is that if you cannot somehow think outside the paradigms you can't change the past.

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