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"matt casey" Discussed on Uncle Erich Presents™ - Classic Radio Shows, Crime, Suspense, Murder Mysteries

Uncle Erich Presents™ - Classic Radio Shows, Crime, Suspense, Murder Mysteries

06:51 min | 9 months ago

"matt casey" Discussed on Uncle Erich Presents™ - Classic Radio Shows, Crime, Suspense, Murder Mysteries

"Georgia's soon as we get the ranch. House used are the easy kind. Tony say tim now. How soon do you expect to go back to the camp right after we get your said. Good i'll get mad case you to go back with him. He knows every internet kenyan. If someone's out there playing ghost wise surprised it was one of the indians on the reservation is stats your theory town superstitious about the conduct him especially if they're going to be used as museum pieces slow down. There's ranch house. There's fraser walking away from his car haunt on a lagos here behind the expedition aware temporarily. Give us a hand with a treasure for you on george anything. Where's the rest of. What do you mean man casey. Of course you china kidding me right. They hear so. Joe frazier mary and let this campus morning. She was coming to see how you and matra getting along matinee. A melon back to camp. Two days ago he took a truckload of provisions. Are you sure look to him. I was here when he left your smeller or you might be foggy about things. I've had a few drinks. But i know what i'm talking about. I pick up the stuff in town and met took it from hair. Enlighten you back with him frazier. I took a liking this civilization. Go george so. After matt bounced off i bounce back down with a civilization is beautiful and lively. I back a few minutes ago with air for old as i couldn't help it. The attraction was magnetic and if proved reser median. Tim what's mine is mine. What about marianne. I dunno. Tony might have been here. It saying. Maybe she hits town. But some lively civilize asian mulligan. Nothing personal doctor blake. Why don't you take your patient. While i go back to the camp to find out if they spirit is still functioning anybody camp. Where isn't everybody johnson. But one one question at a time. I'm in running around in circles all day. I the ranch house. Nobody there and back to this little window. Just give me time everybody. Everybody but matt. Casey is at the ranch house. They gave up the ghost. What are you doing here on. Top of the canyon wall all this is going to be a national park someday. monument to indian culture. Don't you feel proud of what uncle george gonna do. Didn't see your car but low man always stick to the subject to can't lose that way. I car isn't parked in the canyon. I came back for a change Bet you had a very good reason to perfect. I got tired of the canyon road. Of course mad. Casey must have the same feeling about it. What they'll look down there where my car park is trucks there to. Hasn't it loaded to the hill with provisions. I call it being very ruthless all that good food live down there to spoil nine darvin. At least you've got a doctor who can feed your vitamins. Funny man unless you're a ghost and you don't need vitamins. Name company find out crazy. Try it say a high a high. Come on come on. Save a very deep voice. You are great because you can make it a high high. I've always wondered about you. Archaeologists an excuse me i have a date with. Now listen binder that rock. You might be saying yes everything. And it's only the tail a rattlesnake. Or how wonderful. Another item collection defy picked it up. I would nine if you weren't on your nose. Thanks i didn't know your day. It's still rattlesn- no something else. That was that ghost. I shut this rental close to the rock. And it's all i've gotta do is get this rock out of the way like nam man Perfect chimney right through the canyon wall. Would you like to make a voice. Test marian thank you. I don't like to hear myself talk. Not even in the interest of science goodbye him. I'm going home. Wait wait. I'm going with you. There's so much. I'd like to tell your uncle about a hole in the ground. George say who had quite an expense. Sony was just telling me about the ghost. Yes an. It's occurred to me with matt casey missing. Kill me dr blatant. I didn't say that he would george. He's been working for me for twenty seven years. We're all friends regime. Wants you to organize a searching party format all right but if you ask me going on vendor yeah i don't think so he's done it before were times when he bust out for a whole week never did it when he had a special job to do he knew we were waiting for those provisions at the campus has right fraser. He knew that. I was waiting for something else. It was much more important to me. Something else you might as well know about it. Now frazier to tony. I sent matt. Casey back to type up a new will. Oh i've decided to give all his property to the government for national park. Well let's nothing new that's all you've decided that y'all razor the rest of my property and all my cash go to you. Marian uncle george and nothing is just a swell guy. I'd better go out and organized at searching ponding and is few. Tony no sanitarium. Yeah that's up to marian if she wants to set up for you after i'm dead. She can do it with my blessing still puzzled. Oh please tim. i'm tired of you. Being caused larded met. Casey use this road instead of the canyon road. Why is an archaeologist. Would have any reason for wanting to be heard but not seen any reason. Excuse me the company. I keep all right marian. You don't have to talk to me. i don't wear a bad. How pretty that make you. Look why don't we. Why don't you until you get married was..

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"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"Any company with a strong coach. One of the things you'll find is that people quit a lot casse. If you're not part pop culture you hide it. So i think people would join nordstrom on the people that would quit nordstrom their these super happy customer service people whites Already fund restaurants releasing your. They were seeing what those paper. Unless just know me the yeah i would go to that place. Lost a day and guy. I need to get away from these people and not quit. Not were destroying coach asked to do. I think it has to be unpleasant for the people to die fin thing if anyone can join your company and i love it. I think the chances are you don't really have a true culture in light. It's probably you might have lots of sub coaches and that might be fine. But it's definitely not an overriding. An ause was no is very clever people from it it was it was Radio time wasting time that we want to achieve. We care about each other. We have a strong moral courage care about each other. We care about the same day in orleans into any of the nonsense in the noise around the away. The don't need the knife. You in let your entry mouse. Someone like if you someone you feel the need to say stuff at the beginning. Hope you had a good weekend. Weather's nice isn't a Thing you wanna say where the people that skip that first line just got this thing could have to stay task Invoke yeah. I did just this. We don't feel out route is available this is. I'm taking as little as times puzzle. Yes i yeah not much. Because that's pretty much reflective me because it was it was the company was voting and equally the Fool is amazing and competitive emerged as a reflection of the founders before he would just completely different. Carter bagel tastic mad. This has been a really fun. Exploratory conversation for me. So i appreciate it. Where can people find out more about you your book and the work that you're doing So the book is on amazon management delusion. more website. Do things the i. The best is the software that supports social. Read the book. can you wanna do it out. So basically tonight's as much as possible. Mike or it's an automated me it just doesn't Doesn't annoy as much I i'm reluctantly getting involved. In social media now having avoided it so mice monoxide. I exist on lincoln twitter. Thank meister myself cavo. We're website and three books. The arm rising got more books in the pipeline. Yeah i do. I have one. I'm close to finishing where a wanted to talk about this. So experience of how you get promoted by sleep at night. That relies though everything. I talk about nearly Let's go to fourteen on a marriage to gets a senior management positions in in one industry and then a changed industry went to the and then did it again. So i think today this now and a realize there's one of those things that people lost It'll be nice things share for people that don't know how these transitions and we've looked down so i might as well right. Some stuff sounds great. Matt thank you so much. This has been extraordinary. Thanks so much. what an interesting interview. I think i'm left with more questions than answers around. This is provoked a lot of thinking we actually so should we give it a performance reviews. Yes maybe no. I think what we should do is absolutely be having regular conversations with our people about how they're going we should be able to give and receive effective feedback without fear. And that's more than just a skilled delivering feedback. That's the whole context the whole atmosphere in which we work. Should we end recurring meetings. No i don't think so. Necessarily what i do think is that we should have meetings that are purposeful and useful and productive. And don't have all that up to the manager to determine i would put that back onto the people involved in meetings and say how can we make these better. What would make best use of your time. What i think works best for that. S- approach to management is really context dependent. And right at the end. there we talked about. He admitted he's very task oriented direct human and he attracts and employs. People were the same very task oriented very direct and very production oriented are not necessarily interested as he said. I don't know what do you call it. Exactly the awful. The team side of things so team dynamics interpersonal stuff. That kind of stuff you can see. It would be a low priority if not existed priority in business. Run by that or somebody like that. So i think his approach works really well very highly task oriented culture where it's explicit that. That's what's expected and what is the done thing. I think he'd be having a very team oriented culture and you explicitly wanted to develop a team oriented culture. His hard and fast rules may not necessarily apply. however i think there's some useful principles in what he's suggesting like challenge what we're doing. Is it working. are we just doing it by default. How could it be better. And how do we serve our people better. And how do we help. People do grow whether you have a flat management structure or not that is one of the core responsibilities of leadership and helping to develop a is something that we're exploring this entire quarter so i'd love to hear your thoughts. Those are my thoughts. I'd love to hear your thoughts did you did you like alleluia in that. Did you find yourself. Recoiling going not don't agree with it. I loved your the conversation. Feel free to pop a note or a question down in the facebook page which link is in the show notes. Were send me an email if you wanna have a private conversation. So we at inner compass dot com dot a u and Just reminder we've got the podcast giveaway coming up in march and so if you leave us a review on any of the sites and then emails and tell us that you did because otherwise we have no way of contacting you you will receive something awesome in the post in the actual bail so heads up talking off in march but feel free if you enjoyed the show if you joined show to leave us a review it really helps us getting the word out about the stuff that we're doing okay. Well that's it for today. In the meantime live well lead. Well you thin listening to the zoe. Routh leadership podcast with leadership expert. Zoe roth for more about people staff and to contact zoe goes zoe. Ralph dot com..

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"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"So there was something like six billion royds on a burden. Twenty nine six billion drivers six billion reuters. I all of their behaviors on managed by an improved by taxi drivers. A way better by sincerely better than they were before it. So that more Cleaned everything about that is far better. Breida's forget it. In the levels of violence and abuse taxi drivers drought. Slide damage to the cause of that trump's. An ode of that jobs just by having this writing the end of the derived. That's how that stuff is. Everyone used so. This is actually gonna have a site about me and never change overnight now. Can you imagine getting rid of that system and you decide riot instead of that. We're going to give the six billion reuters news. Six billion drivers manager full wants to say how well It would be horrible. I know people say notes for easy to dismiss over. It's just a taxi driver is just riding. But it's controlled by drunk people. In taxis all around the world are causing of a holiday management. I'd say that's incredible and we can do that. We'd like they can do that with a school. It's was it's because you're reputations at stake so the currency is reputation is a So have you implemented a version of that in the workplace. Yes so the software that was the company. Now do things we platform. The bisi enables over the partial to Tenants rope luggage so leads leads. You do need technology to do that bit. So the why why we have is you can stop projects and you can poopie plans to the projects. You're working with a win. That projects closed everyone. That was in that projects gives me back on each other on what it worked with the very specific things a a break the performance down. So it's just we all ski cisco people in three areas which is can they do what they said they could do it a able to do the things. They said they were able to do that. Skill can do the job. Did they date joe. So what could they do did they did they do. They said they were going to do. And do i want work with him. Don't wanna to with this person again and you just provide that information now. None of that to me. Particularly hauch by i mean i guess you say yeah. This person wasn't enough at couldn't do the stuff that they said they were going to skilled. him. And you know they. They tried but just when i would say information tonight a low of their cities. I'm trying to manage main the pause to make me that and i think one of the things i definitely would've lands if i had access to that information early career with no one thinks icon Everyone knows i work hard but people don't like working with me because i'm trying to take too much on the thing is i was that was so repetitive because the less people were engaging made more. I can't say how i am. And then i'll just do more of the thing. I should have been doing less. So i think that fade bucks drives. Everyone is of. When is he gets is capable down. Precious ligosorov univer presents. An i go to immediately gone. Yeah my sense. I wouldn't wanna with the male okay. My last question for you around. This is what was the impact on the culture as a result of these implementation. These changes. i think it's the culture ministry before poets ago is amazing anyway so it was. It was an incredible culture of everyone. Pay very is like everyone. The weather report Replaces was again. We had these incredible found. This site unused rights. but i. i don't think i could recreate sign coach. I think i'm probably going to have to destroy that coach. Vice of where we are in the goal is for this place now And the kind of so we had to destroy one lewis brilliant but then we had to recreate a different one. There is an example of how strong that coach became was probably on have moments of pride work on on that overpass in his. Just no matter where i am. I'll so about where. I wanna be. So i never feel like i've achieved anything i don on my brady davis and that style kind of stock permanently. One of three My whole career was Free off everything's done With this way with reproducing stuff sorry foucault not so far out all a time Which is quite from what point of view but we we go to new hire and obviously everyone has complete freedom to you up when you wanna work pretty much i you in charge me south No one's gonna be stunned. Your shoulder making you data and we will this new car. He was taking advantage of that law. He was really just the so He was he was the problem employees for that system. And i didn't really have to deal with to the culture of the company that we're just johnson mark. A pack of wolves was so. Yeah they were. They were proud of this thing. That might mighty matter to them because they were sorry. It was that it's like they watch because they charge to watch. This person is coming in not obeying the rules are this wasn't i didn't have to sign a thing. It was it was managed by the dominant nowadays. That just a page within the group. And i think one of the things interesting from the leadership point of view while found that is we had several leaders. They would different for each different things. We had suddenly had like a cultural socially data. She was the one that is set Set the set debate. How post highchair. It's like yours. Knew it like you must. She was the one. That's gonna cool you out. And then there was thought the organizational leaders that would come outside. This is getting a bit messy. Some people will step in and just do that. Everyone had different row. But it wasn't the fine which meant you could just stay out of it and step into it and someone else step into if they needed to they one of the things when you say his this leader on on sunday some. They experienced his this as well. I am. I think a good leader in some very set situations. Nothing badly in some other ones went on told you manage this thing wounded time. I'm not okay with not really good when everything's going wrong a call. I think on pretty confident if you give me a this is a massive needs to be fixed saying our income leader for that on so great later for this is really good. How do we find five percent more by then on not that disciplined enough. But i didn't need to beta when things go. That stage is we had a few those people who just so nausea. The way night belonged doing that but then when we found areas where things weren't going right. I just find myself over there fixing that when you create a vacuum the you create spicer people to move into it. I wanted to go in when you haven't used an old shots of fixed. They can get out of the way they need to should get pushed out on. The group chooses the lakers. So what happened to mr. problem child. He got jumped by the pack of wolves. Did he stayed. Go to these step up. Left consumers was an unpleasant to work. I remember hearing. I think he was in good to g- writes about nordstrom companies with strong coaches. And i think what they found was.

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"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"Rationale for ditching. Them as well. This one was. I was obviously the king of the promoting performance reviews on so A good performance is responsible for me having career. That's obvious consistently getting fired and being difficult. What a run into one. Good company that it won't be company. One good performance review one get manager that fixed a lot of staff stars doing wrong and from that point on for a long time as a performance review. The best everyone should take from this. Release that crucial. Because i'd had this one good experience. But then i had this realization that that was like ten years. Mockery out had nine horrible experiences. Actually performance reviews fails for nine years. Finally got it right and then the best day. Fantastic if you have a manager who delivers the puffy and and what is the perfect one. I wanna know it recipe is like if you go in. Let's light as a manager. I'm gonna be generous and sizing under ten percent Days have been beneficial simone employees. No matter how how to try we know that. Feeling of you're sitting at practicing mueller. Mike gonna put in this and you've got six seven reports that you've been prepping them and you're trying to mike this supportive great developmentally experience but actually it's turned into admin now hasn't soon Goes against these. If you will was maybe this means now and then from the how many of us have had performance will tell thinking yet. This is miami. I think the lights are on a gallup did a seven usa Only fourteen percent of people agreed. The view inspired them to get better. What so what happened during the one that inspired you it was actually just again. Even the guy that did it was an exception lange's so he was someone that he was the guy that did my initial management training off the Myself going i ended up in management and then this guy did management training for me. He'd go a huge huge company and then was just like too much consulting so fun. Locking adding food sees whatever just because you like day. Even he was brilliant news exceptional produced the best manager of nine lives functionally. But that's how good he needed to bay to do. It might is how good he needed to be for. It's what most of us own our good one in seven paper manages one in seven people. Good enough to to fly this plane. So can you give me an example of one of the things that he did that was put him in this elite management stratosphere being honest which of honest without being hauch. So it's like it was almost like you know some people have that thing where they can just be honest with the is like that completely. There's no filter Trying to manipulate your changing thing. I'm just telling you the thing that's true thinking thought very well i think for me. Maybe as well. He had had the credibility behind him was more inclined to listen to Authority to the way he behaved in the things but he just was exceptionally good observing wyatt by and then communicating in a way. That might sense to me. So one of the things are today. Had a public service sometimes. Stay definitely If i thought i was right about something i was unbearable didn't matter us is in the room on right about this. I'm just gonna love you so you have this opinion. Then you're just gonna keep hearing it until you get talk again. That was so of however it's by at that time always was sure as well all the things that were saying. We're right but people were just ignoring me and it was furious. May so this how. How do they not say this is right. How do they not see on right about this. So he's put something on remember it forever because it was just sorry. Prophets said the things about everything. You're saying your right. A house roy working out for you not good point because you are right about of this stuff but how is being right working out for you is not working is so you need to find something today because just being right. Apparently is good enough. Not that's not gonna help out. Yeah some reason him getting. He knew he didn't need to tell me the whole thing he needs to give me something in a framework or i could just go. Okay indies. tell me why. I was wrong. Needed site all you. Right is this working. Moon is not working. And then i had of course. It's not working. His he wants to just get yelled at by someone for ages. About how right. What's the solution then. So if you ditch performance reviews because not everybody can rise to the occasion like this gentleman dead and most people aren't as observant as studer or as good communicator. According to your theory how do you help people to grow. If you're not giving them performance reviews why. I guess there's two pots that i was a even if we did nothing. I think it'd be better than phones. Review because i think you help pick would scored really i think they have a negative effect more than they have a positive effect smarts so even if we did nothing police But in terms. Of what. The way i think i think the right way. It seems like a little bit. The star pins people all the time. But i think it is the mechanism of having employs give feedback to one another property by having a mechanism to help data to support that. So one of the reasons manages the spice ticket fate. By what one of the things. I always think about with feedback generally is like as doesn't example story of some feedback moving through a big business involved for meetings as well so an event happened a guy what to me with To women the what someone else happens. Just identify the situation so she writes for her one on one time manager. Slut three or four days has one among without manager explains. It's a manager than whites full the weekly management meeting. We have to tell me this thing happened so this thing happens then only went white more one on one with the guy that did it and then tell nothing happened so by the time they got back the hate behind the upset someone three weeks it will. That doesn't need to happen. The reason for that. Why is that. We think though paypal on giving feedback let's acquired skill so we're gonna train some manages to do it. Uses focuses to take information from one person and give it someone else. A problem with that is even. When we try manages bestows horrible getting feedback might still assigned to it right on. The motive is a lovely as well. But i think a lot of time of the little bit. They put up by route between someone else. We said if you have a good relationship someone you don't need to use the motivation. Just tell him stuff. So i would think doing the About what anyways do we need us. And secondly we could actually use technology to help people give the feedback appropriate themselves so you could actually credits will now the stairs. Pay psych hit his correct whites. Gift paid by the drought. Someone say hey. That's not gonna work but if it's a guy here the specific things that troubling mayland. This is your behind this. The consequences of idea that information's each would be one of the things that does a company anyone's favorite company but i think there's a fund that find incredibly interesting the way their work is delivering any of the gig economy.

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"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"Was no one. That didn't consummate the shoes but interestingly known came to me the iphone shouldn't either did a similar thing that the bonus so the biden escaping is. Obviously we were pulled into a big company so we had to. We had big company like systems. Which i didn't like anyway that we kind of had to conform say one of them winston infant Mean how can you do about this game on a big level that standards y performance. Go between one of five. You'll buy these linked to that performance. Given by the end of the year on that i case on scoring everyone now out of five. That's the thing i'm doing and that inherently i have preserved with from audience apostol need Manager employee relationship. But that score This i don't want to sit here and score. Everyone how. I avoid doing this in a way. That's fat and most most of the By saying how. Can i get the same thing without doing any work. And the the way that was actually i said to everyone. His three is the default school. Feel bias now so three means you didn't do anything wrong and went exceptional digital is that is your expensively so everyone has a three. That's you'll bagnis now. Two things can happen to change. That might come into t to say this lesson this story and this is the reason this last month right. Oh you can message mates mitch more the and if you tell me even needs to justify you can send me a message on slack in the site five if you want if i agree than it's a five and if you're going to have a conversation of our but that's it that's how we determine the vitamins. Everyone gets the three in this. I tell you it's last night utah. Minimal and everyone got the owning stakes. Were mistakes the things. We didn't agree with to people who said four felt should have been five point They said okay. I think my gosh bear ford not you. In britain is five they So it went from this painful thing. Though i had two guys for the actually as well demotivate everyone even if you know the food through three if you wanted she gives you a three sucks value may that volume it very foods Without having to go through that scoring process and asking people school themselves it became the school but they they gave us You can be with. You won't tell me your five and if you did if you were than it's one. Did you ever have to talk to people who are under three The people that Out shouldn't have been Entitled to the time. I don't tell them. Thackeray dominion just yet. That's right correct. Okay that one. I would say there's a little bit probably wanna do that for certain that that isn't an issue in terms of well they just saying it's corrects because Second cy all gonna fight back. So i said the potential that moines paths but compared to the other way of i go score everyone and give them scores. I could have been rolling older schools last but this one the anyone's can be roman once again and yet we i think that shoe amounts of bonus one one of the purposes. Well i seem everyone has days especially if you're in big companies. Is this kind of the unspoken quieter. If the number of people that can have the highest biden's so this is this delight the craziness management. I sometimes say so jobs. Managers to make everyone To perform as well as possible yet. I'm not allowed to give everyone. That's hope underscore mice. I child the plot. So i'm not allowed to do joe puffy if if i made everyone brilliant that that wouldn't be acceptable delight to me. That's crazy I can't even do this job after that. So i hated the process especially when when i was in a situation where is she felt I think these people. I if you're in that situation thank you for these. People are worth more but you having scores that allow nothing about that shows rights men like. Did you have a set pool of bonus money that you had to divvy up. According to these ratings it was more just kind of life and it was more like Futures relational aghast in this game. It was the top performance. All your top performance. I if in your team in your company because we will have a huge company all companies so for them just felt like a tape layers just like you're the so royal fifty labels so your tape for us 'cause Thousand so for them it. So we'll hope top ten percents or ten percent. And i've never liked that relational scoring on the way by words may think assumption is that not everybody can become exceptional assumption. Is there's always going to be really good people. And then very average people. And you're right it disincentivize both you and the workers to try and be better yet. Oddly gruesome makes. Your is your colleagues show competitions realme if you if only i mean everything about it that way but in truth you'll better off being average on. It's terrible people than you. All being brilliant on a team of superstars financially. And that's crazy so that should be something that should be avoided the whole bonus. Structuring that whites mish being voided but as a as a stepping stone to that knows the solutions quarterbacks understand why that exists on stands the need for especially in big companies but as a stepping stone that think the taking away of ost determining people's value for them and having them accepts it. I think we're asking that makes so much more sense just from treating people like adults just say let you tell me what your value is to this company. There's another effect which i think from the parody to the bonus. If you know you have to make that case yourself if you know if you'll pay to increase you have to make that case that creates knock on effect where you have to know what you have to do values so pushes you to understand that. The number of times royal decree arrived just not ost while i'm spice to just abandon employees. I've been bright on definitely awesome site gauge as they. Everyone's gonna give me all this money. Though i have now because i'm the best and then i got know what you're not. His like two percent higher is really unhappy. We're actually did. I find out that a find out what it was. I needed to do to get the twenty percent is expecting so but if they'd said somebody that you can come in awesome more money but we have to agree on a guy. Today's get home money. I debris allies. Let's check and these things to manage manages obvious but we forget the Stuff isn't obvious to employees. It's not obvious. People have very small near the world when they haven't done management roles before there's interesting that having people rate themselves and prove their value to the company forces that lens expand a little bit and lease a little bit to your one of your other sacred cows which is performance reviews and those have been flavor the month to throw out. What's your.

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"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"So you never really get about the cost of that. People vote that they needed book meeting when it's happening time because it would be possible. Get your time in this book. you'll times now. I'm going to book your time. So the mummy said well. We're going to get rid of these meetings. you think. Oh god i'm never going to get any time. But actually people were bookings so eight minutes for time in our time and then the thing that i needed to say that she only took like five. But then you end up filling out the already phillips at half now or as long as the moment lies recurring meetings Was just why would it be so much more time and everyone could easily come to ask inside because he's never amazing so you still have interactions foam with dynamic. I think probably everything boils down to one realization which is now because of the information sharing toes we have and because of the access we have to one. Another reactive is better than planned. That's a statement the proactive which is sort of the came that i think it can now work so you. Don't you need to plan how you're gonna talk to each other because to anyone whenever you want to lead a no longer needs to be planned it used to be but it is now when we came up with these solutions burn installations Away of the most powerful information. So that's ever been created so it's insane amita. We will still rely on a process. The was designed before the incident. Yeah it's a good question to ask a good thing to challenge. So i think it's interesting. You say reactive is better than planned. I'm going to ponder on that a little bit. Maybe when it comes to problem solving in meetings that's correct. I don't think it's necessarily true for everything. Oh yes earth. Yeah so that was meetings wednesday cow. What's another one that you threw that people often talent you on a totally. The one the My shocking guesses pirate views. Because it sounds like. I'm the is very easy to sound By seaside never find you on any money. I was a reluctant manager. Miley career Wanted to be one left school to fourteen. So i just had Titled is terrible jobs. Someone leave school to fourteen. Should have before. I go anywhere close to a good job and with jobs knowing comes terrible manages so when we started being serve reluctance be those awful manages ads and i would would become overly generous repair rises for basically be determined to get them. Pipe people as much as possible. If you have may fellow my job is to get paid as much as possible but actually that sold me not doing another part of my job which is supposed to be protecting the company and keeping costs loud as another problem job as well so suicide. That's a frightening. The the i really care about people getting pie demise money that i can get paid and that's why don't think managers should be doing biographies kiss. Not so of like having an agent works for the football club. That's paying a saturday. The dow Necessarily gonna watch your interest and they certainly have a complete incentive. They suddenly happened insensitive against your interest. I've been in situations where the less oil pipeline employees the big annual bonus would be is no anyone's citing it directly but more bonuses to my departments so budgets so i have a huge incentive pay them less and luckily may may that wasn't something would do in science made it. They're all manages the data so my price repair are realized again the problem we created them an every year. I think every major we know that feeling of you get. Your budget says his earliest off. Your budget can increase by four or five percent entites. Send you sit your spreadsheet of your pay cronje So who gets what here. Who am i giving salary today. And you can't give someone. Nothing's that's main. So are you have to get this smooth incrase Lowered some we have to get you ready. Just taking money from some people and giving it to other people on a suit. Mris something about this foods. Very roy moore was that bruce. I realized the never been happy with a view. I've been given it doesn't matter it doesn't matter what they give me can walk in and give me twenty percent and i'm not what was that. I think that's how most people are. It's in my head. The not something that i think being judged in that way particularly good wide doing. I don't think it's healthy for us to have someone else. Citing this is what your value is determined it but you went here so i decided to approach. Piracies majority simple. I just said look. Here's the deal. it's something you should should know anyway. But i'm just making a clancy. I'm employed by this company to keep the cost so the how many down as low as possible. But that's one of my jobs. So i am incentivized us little as possible so that small i go now mago is. I'm not going to ever give any of you high-rise no matter how amazing y'all i'm detaching from how i value so i could think you the best in choa i've had enough. You pyros that that. Nobody basing i also however if you make casal on i'm always gonna listen to it and i expect it to you to make a case. That's paula jones. I'm taking away disparity reflects. How can i ask my basra pilotless. Would i be annoyed if i lost like. Maybe i shouldn't ask. I just said very clearly is by each loss Contain ask if you think you're worth money and you don't come and tell me about it done. Put your case to us going to annoy me because you should. I have so many questions about that. Because there's so many people who wouldn't no matter what you say as the boss would never feel comfortable asking for a pay rise and i'm thinking about the male female paradigm where women often don't feel like they should put themselves for it. They keep waiting to get acknowledged which is a stupid mindset. But that's sort of what shows up so tell me what happened ago so everyone pretty much. Everyone was reasonable. But what i found so i think the most famous things interesting so the the women wept overseas taxes so we were pretty heavy heavy dominated but now the wet from watching more inclined to us found but that was Everyone that ruin incredibly strong women. I think you probably have to work. Generally if you're gonna go inside industry. But now i think the what i believed when i knows that i believe the eight hikes down that barrier. Because i think one of the reasons some people on inclines who off is because the feeling is not spice loss by moist people at the number of times. Remember the people who look foam in about like friends who likes them management friend so if they want some advice awoke that'll spades knew about that number of times i've been asked needs to obstacles for pilots. Should i do it. how should i go about. What should i say. That don't even know if they're allowed to us. They fill not and you actually no because we give you a pie review ends in the salon. That's the message will do it. You don't ask we'll do it so you get what we tell you can get when we tell you at the end of the so if you ask me now you'll being rude on so that creates this huge buyer for those people who think should not but if you you're supposed to ask the thing is posted to his ask like even if i don't agree is priced can never annoyed is fine. You come down. Put your case today and i might just not but i agree with that. So but you supposed to the moment you do. That thing is about sending to think there.

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"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"matt casey" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"People dynamics get tips and insights from multiple award winning author and leadership expert herself. Zoe routh now on with the shard. Hey it's so. I've got a question for you. What if everything we thought about management was wrong. What is performance reviews were passe. What if standing meetings regular meetings recurring meetings were useless. What if we stopped giving people ratings for their work and got them to rate themselves. What if instead of telling people when they're pay review was going to be. We got them to ask them to present the case for themselves. What if we put all performance back on the employees instead of leaving it up to managers. What do you think about that. Well matt casey is my guest today and he's gonna tell us all about it. He's got a new book out called the management delusion. What if we're doing it all wrong. He has an it background. He left school at fourteen. He co founded his business do things which provides people management software to make managing easier in this interview. We talk about the origin story where he basically experimented with a brand new way of managing his origin story at the company moon fruit which was taken over by dot com and told to streamline and be self sufficient so he's to cut things dramatically to make things work so he tells us what happened and how his new revolutionary management philosophy means making life easier for lazy managers. Okay let's do it matt. Welcome to the show. All the way from south africa on a journey from the uk. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much now. Ever since i got the biofilm. Your publicist and all your controversial. I think they're controversial. You may think it's obvious what we do here. And your current management tips now management is upside down doing it all wrong like i must talk to this gentleman. Find out what he has to say. What experiences proving us all wrong and traditional approaches to management so your new book is called the management delusion. What if we're doing it all wrong. So i'm pretty excited about that title if if nothing else but i think what. We great for to help everybody listening. Get a sense of is your origin story so moon fruit which first of all love that name. It was where you a- some of these principles so tell us about your journey from moon fruit to your current business. Do things show yet move. I was. I was actually working that as director when it was acquired by yell. Dot com era so formerly yellow pages and investment are going into the company kind of pushed for its glory rapidly and the business civil quite big huge was hundred hundred and four employees. When is it that what is it actually do. It's a diy website doda. Sorry it was actually a think possibly the original one. So i didn't obviously didn't founded. It is pretty twenty out so it was calling him. You know wicks advice vice. Those things i think it was kinda around before the is gt. Look a number of strategy shifts. The plan for is to kind of become yellow comes like replacement for the yellow pages online really of is bad. Move that that didn't really work out for them. A may frequent thoughts have this strategy shift when the founders left instead of bain this politics huge business to be kind of self sufficient sang and right which meant the. Oh the stuff they've been doing since they've been acquired is not quite as To a size and it was doing things in a different way is going to have to if it was gonna just took off their south on top of that it had some pretty inspirational founders. Who relieving so. When i took over it was kind of this remove. Replace these people who frankly better leaders than you lies those of course. Yes vote of confidence. Stand on. my view was inspired by these people. I relieving the reman had changed. Its note we're going to grow this thing to blow it up making huge now it so we have somebody. This thing is like streamlined. Instrument efficient as a compulsively day and yeah Said i read. What i have to do is kind of replace these people who either top say reorganize everything to be completely different basically and as fast as possible and spend money. Also that may give you issued the media. was decided Me trying to replace. These founders is insane. I'm just going to be a bad version of them. The only thing i can do is a practices completely differently so that was the first bit where i realized i cairo. If i'm going to have to completely differently Of free swinger this anyway. So i'll probably try stuff so about for all the night they own aristo in before. Let me just check out something. Let me just. Because i think this is fascinating right like so in the tech startup world. There's lot been written about how fast growing high tech company the kind of leadership in energy. That's required to do that. And then there's this pivot where you get the founders out because they're no good at maintenance and policy and procedures they're all good abed inventing and then you cement the strategies which is where you came in. It's a different shift in culture in energy. At that point that's required so that the same people that were there from the beginning you then took over management of so yet a bunch of the same people that mean. There was obviously at a huge restructure of the back of the changes storm in the bunch of people that loved it before the side in a bunch of people the height before the side liking it. Because i was just a completely different later at a dial diane Very positive very a very energizing paper on much more. Just functional term. But yet. I looked to the dole end previously Management trying to go. I really believe in the management plus raise the now i kind of doubt and i i had. They suv let crushing realization of this stuff. I've been teaching pay for ages. Which was the most of us. Can't do it put in these managers across the business to deliver room with these things. So i'll performance for gays in the pie reviews one on one meeting so that people feel supported. Owed of this off. When i'm looking at things can trim out the business that actually add value of these things add value theoretically if we do them right. All we doing them right. So these are all sacred cows. Cow's when it comes to people management you're about to kill.

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"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Now, there are the totals on this Yankee victory for Houston, six runs twelve. It's nowhere as they left nine for the angst ten runs twelve it's no areas. And they love. Seven fremd values is the losing pitcher three and three. Nestor Cortes, and relief is the winner is to know and aroldis Chapman, collected his twentieth. Save out of twenty two tries with the laws, Houston drops to forty eight twenty eight with the win the Yankees, improved forty seven twenty-seven first time this year, the twenty over the time of the game three hours thirty one minutes, and the attendance forty one thousand thirty once again the final score. The Yankees ten and Houston, six. New York, Yankees baseball production, those sports radio, one, one nine of them as sports radio sixty six WFAN in conjunction with the New York Yankees. Studio operations, but Pete Hoffman and Matt Casey producer engineer in the booth is Jack candy Maldonado executive producer dove Kramer, coordinating, producer Caitlyn. Richard. Assistance by Rick rush. Please stay tuned for the sun way gas and our Yankees post game show. That's next Verde for Susan Waldman. This is John sterling saying, so long from me, I can city Nagy's would attend six..

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"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Been in poor health condition since suffering, two strokes and a heart attack in two thousand fourteen he was the MVP of both Super Bowls. One end to the perhaps most famous for the sneak that one the famed ice bowl back in nineteen sixty seven star was eighty five years old, opening round around round Garris, Roger Federer moves on with it easy, straits victory, and his first French Open matches two thousand fifteen while Sloan Stevens guard bean. Mugo Russa, married Chile in Qena, Corey also advanced, not the case, though, for Venus Williams, Angelique Kerber, instead because nets about who all lost on day one and earlier today. Simon pageant held off Alexander Rossi to win today's one hundred third running of the Indy five hundred on Thursday, June six had to Stonebridge golf links and country club in Smithtown Long Island for the fifth annual global foundation for first responders charity, golf outing, proceeds. Support the families. The first responders who've lost their lives in the line of duty. For more info, visit global first responders dot org checking the fan weather for tonight. Mostly cloudy, scattered showers lows in the mid sixties tomorrow, Memorial Day sunny, highs in the upper seventies tomorrow night, cloudy, those in the upper fifties. Your current central park. Temperature eighty two degrees under clear skies and that's what's happening. I'm Erica herskowitz with four slashes. Every twenty minutes on sports radio one nine FM and sports radio. Sixty six your flagship station for New York sports. Listen to us anytime anywhere. Just download the radio dot com app and favored us today. And if you have Alexa, Google just say, play WFAN, and you'll be locked into the fan. Chris more. Nine. Radio sixty six. That was radio gold for my friend Erica will be bringing you the updates throughout the evening. I don't think he'll do any better than that when she started right out. Leadoff home run. So it's very difficult to match that one. How are you? We're here. Don't tend Laura Rubinsohn at that time. All Rosenberg on the other side of the glass producing the program today. Matt Casey once again with the jets hat he keeps half nicer than anyone I've ever seen..

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"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:45 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Both the Yankees, of course. And also the Mets we liked that as well. But the show's dominant theme today accidentally has been squirrels. And if you're wondering how that happens as so am I and be it started because I mentioned just innocent throwaway line innocent throw away. I promise. I mentioned that squirrel day. National squirrel day. A squirrel appreciation day was January twenty first. And I mentioned that I hate squirrels. I'm sorry. I do I don't I'm not a big fan of like rodents and like little animals like that. I'm just not. So someone called in to tell me the value of squirrels, and it just blossomed if you will from there. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. I am happy to get back to your calls. Let's go to oh, Matt Casey on the other side of the glass in his jets at Paul Rosenberg a big dog show fan. You remember that from one of my previous shows? My shows have the habit on weekends are going off the rails or weeknights. When I fill in. It's all good. Let's go to let's go to Ralph in Lakewood. What's up Ralph? Hi ralph. Hey, how you doing good? How are you? Good. Good. Good. Listen, it's been going on about the talk about the speed up the game of baseball. Pastime? Why are they don't change the game of baseball every every professional sports? Football, basketball, hockey and baseball takes three hours. Okay. They're not changing any other sport. Take three hours. I know baseball the slow paced game. But it takes three hours. I mean, you look at the box score every day that you a baseball game a decent pitch game. Take under three hours. Right. You know, you have a better shot. Yes. I understand where you know. You don't you understand what I'm saying? All these things with the pitch clock. I was watching yesterday like last caller clock. I gotta be honest. I kind of liked the pitch clock. But you see how the pitchers were speed pitching. No. Speed pitching. I just thought that they were pitching a little more efficiently. I don't have a problem. And I thank you for the call Ralph making the game better and more watchable. I don't have a problem. In fact, I wish they would keep batters in the box. More some umpires are a little better at that than others sometimes of year, it seems to be more important than others. You get in the box. Let's go and stay in the box. And I don't have a problem with the pitch clock. I don't love the idea of changing major parts about the games. I understand. And I do believe baseball is baseball. It has a different pace it does appeal to a different audience. I think largely that's okay. But baseball also has to be good for business. And the fact of the matter is too much dead time too much time. That's essentially wasted is not good for business. Let's go to Mike in oceanside up next with him on the fan. What's that might? Hi, how are you? Good. How are you? First and foremost that you're happy and healthy. Thank you. What what's the deal with the squirrels? 'cause I remember you saying once maybe a couple of years ago, you had to scroll issue on your fun point show, something I hit a squirrel actually my attic a few years ago that had. Again, I do. That usually going to come in. They're not gonna come running through the screen door. Like that women was just talking to you about right? Usually gonna get swirls from trees, right? Our phone lines. And so on top of the house. So basically what you need to do is take a good look around the house or maybe even call the roofer. This whole because they can know what will support without problem. Yeah. They are aggressive. That's for sure. But they're territorial. They're going to want to get inside. And they're want to have their in China. The attic usually insulation in the heat of the housewives this up into that area. But the odds of them running into a screen doors, probably minimal. Yeah. I hear ya. But it happened to Thomas scene, and she told us her story, which I very much. Appreciate it. Let's go to sell in Huntsville, what's up? Sally. Hey, kim. How I. Very well. Thank you. Spring training. That's good. Good for you. Listen before I'd rather ask you a couple of football questions to say. No, that's that's you value. What now? Always has been listening to thanks the giants the jets if the cardinals do follow through with this rumor, I've taken Murray with the first pick and that leaves Bosa and it should go to. The jets need the edge Russia, which would be to keep Josh Allen. But that guy Williams from the defensive tackle from Alabama. My opinion is a much more ranch type player. Before I get to the jets. We'll do you agree with that. Or you think the jets would be better off with Josh Allen? I think they're both absolute freaks. I do think Quinton Williams in the middle would be a fascinating player for Greg Williams. And that jets defense, although listen, I wouldn't short change Josh Allen either I really liked both of them. But they do different things for you. Listen to me if they can impact the passer, that's what you're talking about. I know we all say edge rusher. And maybe some people mean only edge rusher. But to me if you impact the quarterback, that's the best thing a defensive front seven player can do. Okay. Good. Thank you. Second thing. The giants. I don't think I'm breaking new ground yet. What if they were to wait to the Ohio State quarterback to Falkirk after six it may not happen, especially if if Murray goes one, then they're going to have to trade six and something else to move up to three or four or five if they really want him? I think there's so much better served. If Josh Allen is available. Jobs shooting me. Josh Rosen is available that if they could get him for this. Did she is number two or a couple of threes? You know, if you can get them at that discounted price. Then that leaves you with the six pack to either trade down and get a couple more first round is or come up with a real stud player up in six and you quarterback. And you've got you know, you're the running back from last year. Sally, I appreciate the call. You're assuming the giants who didn't like Josh Rosen all that much last year. Now like Josh Rosen. And when you start to settle at quarterback, you really don't have a quarterback. I think it's likelier that if the giants aren't in love with any quarterbacks in this draft that they wait till next year, and they drive everyone crazy by doing that. But that's what they do. I don't think they're going to force it to get a young quarterback. Even though most people believe they should. I don't believe they are unless they do new homework, which they will on Josh Rosen and believe that somehow he's a better player than they thought perhaps a slightly different person than they thought. And they wanna bring him in. They're not going to extend for Josh Rosen, just because he's a little bit cheaper..

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"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:04 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We are back in your heard the Coleman. Mets report. I'm going to have any see in about twenty minutes or so. Seven oh, five toxin met space spot kind of green Matt Casey at the controls. Let's get back to our telephones and Dan and Lambert Villier on the fan, Dan. Thanks for taking my call, Richard. I just have a quick question. I hope it does not stupid. But I'm really puzzled as to why teams treat any value for an expiring contract in the NBA teams. Like someone gets or always sign someone for a ten day contract. The road of the you know, the street or someone. Why do people give up talent for an expiring contract? Well, because basically, you know, you have a salary cap in the NBA, and if you are tied into these long term, guaranteed contracts, you're stock. So if you can trade and get an expiring contract, basically trading talent that is signed for a couple of years, but not talented indispensable to your team, and you can get somebody that you can just let go at the end of the year because their contract expires that gives you cap room to be able to go out and get somebody better. So that's the strategy behind that. It doesn't always work, obviously. Yeah. I if you're just trying to shed money, wouldn't you rather not up any assets? And just trying to get a low poly player that that would have an expiring contract. Anyway. Why are we saying the same thing? You're saying just bring on the guy with a expiring contract and not give up anything because what you giving up is somebody that's got a long term contract. Otherwise, you're trading. Let's say a three year contract for a contract that's up at the end of this year. So you're not stuck with three years for a nice, but mediocre player is not really gonna make your team any better in the hopes that with the salary cap room that you get with the expiring contract going out that you can go out and get somebody better or somebody. That's who's chemistry fits your team better. See that's a big part of this that that we kind of overlook when we're looking at Kevin Durant. And we're looking at Kyrie Irving, and we're looking at names, you know, that are going to be a big splash in town and and excite the fan base. But so much of a winning team is chemistry and having guys that can work well together, they may not be the biggest names in the world. But you know are able as. Phil jackson. I know it's a dirty word to bring his name up. But you know, who trust each other and are able to work together. Let's go to Sean in New Jersey here on the fan. Sean. Hey, richard. How you doing? I'm good Johnny big fan of the show. And I'm also a musician. So I love when you go on your inside ramp music. I always enjoy that. I I wanna talk about a team. That's actually doing something in the NHL. It might take out of your comfort zone here. I wanna talk about the islanders. And then what looks like saying? They're staying at the deadline. I trust Lou Amarillo. I I have to say I would be a little disappointed. You don't go and pick up somebody even to help out on the power play a little bit. Because I think they got a serious again past Tampa Bay might be tough. I think they can have a serious run in the playoffs, and I wouldn't mind seeing a little help particularly on the power play. Yeah. Like you say trust lamb Morello. I mean for a longtime giant fans were trust. Jerry Reese, he would do on conventional things, and you'd say, I don't know. That makes sense you've got to trust this guy. Well. Jerry Reza's case, we kind of lost our faith in him. But in Lula Morales case he's had success wherever he goes. Now, he's not a big spenders. Not a big free agent guy. Not a big long term contract guy. He's he's kind of a wily Bella chick type in terms of running a team and that he gets value for his money. So I trusted before Monday's trading deadline that if there's something out there that will improve the islanders that won't handicap them long term because he does tend to think longer term than just let's get over the hump this year. I think he'll do it. So let's let's give them a skill a day. See what happens? Let's go to Chris in bellmore. You're on the fan. Chris, richard. How are you? Hello, chris. I'm good. That that comment about the giants. And the question about the raiders, I wanna get your opinion. But I I think the the Cutlip connection with the giants. I think though somehow figure out how to get that guy in the first round if he goes in the first round, and my my question about the raiders if you were the raiders, would you trade car, I really like Tyler Murray. I think he's a dynamic player. I just want your opinion on all that. Yeah. I'm I'm not a huge car fan. I mean, he's okay. Obviously, they have more problems than just at quarterback Murray is is is going to be the guy that I think is going to get the most attention in this draft because of the Heisman, and because of his skills, and because of his size, and I have not really seen comments from Jon Gruden. I mean, they might be out there. And I haven't seen them. But what he thinks of short quarterback because the guy is obviously excelled in college. He's figured out ways to throw around these big onrushing linemen in L throwing sidearm stepping aside. Finding those little holes. The the other negative honest size. Obviously is the impact even though quarterbacks are protected in the NFL. Is he going to be, you know, mall? The couple of times out for the season. Or is he a tough wiry little guy, which he seems to be so questions their questions there. And you know, I don't know what Gruden has opinion of him. I mean, he's Gruden is supposed to be the quarterback guru. And you saw when he was with ESPN is little sessions with perspective quarterbacks. And I knows a lot about it. Sintas pretty good coach when it comes to things like that village massive peak was with us here on the fan Bill. How's it going? Good evening. Oh, it a pleasure to speak with. I was hoping you get on an eleven tonight because I wanted to talk about the Rangers. And then you will maybe after the Yankee game, and you were not on Christmas, and they had I had a wedding. I had to go. Time hopefully had a good time. But I'm kind of I hate to use went disgusted with the Rangers. And we really never get to talk about them on Saturday morning because I know you really don't want to talk about hockey until the playoff spot off. I just you know, the organization and direction in the message that the sending a specially to all that players if you if you start with Callahan like if you look at all the ranges that were let go they didn't sign, you know, in a playing on the teams right now, they're playing for the Rangers. I think they'd have a much better hockey team. And I know it's hard with the salary. And that's the other point. I want to make an NHL talk about this youth movement. Wretched? I mean, I I've been watching hockey for a really long time. And I think I have a pretty good is for talent. And none of these young kids really impressed me that much, you know. And I know they don't really get that much. I I do like the kid. Seventy twos. Oh, I'm sure I'm saying his name wrong. He he looks like he has some promise. But a lot of them. Just don't have the toughness manning push off the puck so easy. And then that's their farm team is not even gonna make the playoffs. So well, all these young players that what we're supposed to have been. I'm not seeing them, and then the thing of signing Lundquist, you know, I'm not a big long Quist guy and the last contract they made up. That's where it went wrong Richard where they didn't keep the kid, and they gave this guy a ton of money. And right now, I think he's got the best of both worlds because he's playing for hockey team. Yeah. He says he loves it here. There's no pressure on him to play man. He's got his family. He's got his kids. He's got whatever else. He's making off the ice. He's got the no-trade contra contract that they approached them last year. And I'm sure they can get a loss along question. I think he's going to hear from the fans man if this team doesn't look like it's getting better quick rich, and he's gonna hang on until. You know, it's kind of that that philosophy. You're seeing in baseball now. And I won't call it tanking. But you see guys trading away. Their better players have guys that are making money in an effort to get a lot of draft picks and young players, and that's the plan. And that's well and good. But the part of the plan is scouting you've got to be able to identify. Those young players who are going to be the core of your team. I mean, look, look what the Yankees did with Aaron judge and Sanchez, maybe maybe not, but you know, gleyber Torres trading for him knowing knowing the value that he would have and and do hard and the guys that they brought in as the core. Young players are quality players. But you can't just say, okay. We're just going to draft a bunch of kids, and you know, that's going to be our core graph the right kids, and I'm not in any way saying that any general manager or scouting staff can be right all the time. You're going to have your share of busts. All these scouting combines all of these people that allegedly know everything there is to know about the players are drafted are wrong more often than they are. Right. It seems. So you're not gonna have a. Perfect track record. But you've got to be able to hit on some stars once in a while. And the Rangers haven't really been able to do that a whole heck of a lot of Robin. Kanes Berg you're on the fan. Rob. The press trashes crafts like Brady for something that my mouth still five hundred dollar fine. I just wanna say that craft took a team that was heading to Saint Louis turned that team. It's the most s any team at my opinion. Four canadians. Also, he brought the revolution. And as bad as TV ratings offer Major League Soccer. He makes every game. Televised fans. The only Major League Soccer team does that he is a very in the sports area. He is a very good, man..

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11:08 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Chicks the program as you well know along with the long Matt Casey on the other side of the glass along at weren't as hat backwards like a thug. And moved our fluorescent Mets hat for the second straight day. Although he claims you washed his hair, we don't really know. And that will remain a mystery as we go through the afternoon, we promised you some hockey chatter with the playing so well and the deadline a week from tomorrow for Lou Morello and for the Rangers as well who looked to rebuild and try to figure out what they're doing. We got our old friend Doug MacLean, the pride of Prince Edward Island. My friends up Friday. Doug MacLean who is a former head coach former NHL general manager currently living the good life and analyst on sports net up in Canada. And he joins us this afternoon w how you bend, my friend. How are you? Good. Nice to talk to you good Saturday night. Thanks for having me on this really a thrill for America. Are you kidding me? You come down under the border here from one Atlantic to the other. They're excited about here in Doug, MacLean you kill. Yeah. Right. Right. Do you have a few beer last night? I we went to dinner jumped into the little red cabernet wiscon- relaxing on in Florida right now. So I gotta go back to Toronto on Wednesday. So it's a bit of a grind very difficult for you to be in Florida right now, you hate. Panther land down here. I told you though, what happened. I I went to a bar watch a panther game. And I asked him to put the panther game. They told me that they have the NFL package could. No, no, I mean the hockey team down here. You know, what it's like you went through it. Unless you go to the Cup finals. They forget who you are down there. And we both went through that. There's no question about that. Doug, former coach of the Florida Panthers and enjoyed the beautiful weather down there in the winter wasn't bad Dougie getting off the plane at three AM after being up in Ottawa and drive it home at the top down was. Oh my God. It was heaven. And you know, what I gotta tell you Chris since we left. I don't think they want around. No, no. It's it's amazing. I mean, the panther bore McLean curse. I think so I think since like ninety nine one one playoff series, maybe. And it's now nineteen so that's more than twenty years. Well, they haven't won around. That is just awful. All right. Let's talk about the who've got some people talking up here. You know, hockey's a tough sell in New York sometimes to as it is in south, Florida. But the islanders with Barry trots and with team playing for Mendes defense and playing with two goaltenders that they're proud of right now is legit to a lot of people. How do you view the islanders? Well, you know, what it's it's a great story. Like who believe that Tabarik would go Tronto and the islanders would be a head of the standings today like serious like what anybody believes that. No. I mean, but but it's been a great story. Like Brazelle birds become a star. Leonard has been maybe this story, you know, when he when he had the troubles last year. The last few years I supposed to be a star. First round pick and traded the buffalo and all of a sudden now he's played great hockey for the very trots is such a such a level of influence. So the group I think he's done a not believable job. He really has. And you were able to do this. I mean, but you had a veteran team. So you had guys maybe it was even harder. With a veteran team. I don't know. But you got them to believe, and they started the play and this is back to ninety six for non hockey fans. The Panthers were only in their third year as an expansion team. They had a lot of castoff players and the game was played with a lot of star players on the other teams in this panther team. The Doug coach they beat. Mario Lemieux Yager team they beat and Eric Lindros. Mark Ricky team they beat Bork and Billy Radford up in Bah. So be teams that on paper certainly had a lot more talent. And obviously there was a tremendous chemistry within the team. And now I look at this island or team twenty plus years later. And clearly they got chemistry out of something. And Barry trots was able to find it. What do you make of that? Well, you know what? I was lucky because I I wouldn't do a team that had unbelievable veteran leadership like you said, I never phone Brian school. And when I got the job sent Brian all people are talking about. They don't think we're going to be in school. He said to me Brian school and said, hey, we got a good team. Don't don't worry. We're we've got a good team and we'll play hard. But we also brought in five or six kids into that team. You know, Jovan asking Warner with teenagers before it was a teenager at that time and need a Meyer was a young guy that played exceptionally. Well, so it was a good mixture of quality you think back to that t-. They all they all did really well in life, you know, so it really spoke to the to the quality of characters that were on that team and all they just had mazing leadership skills and quite like guys like Brian schooling. And but they wouldn't let them loose. They just wouldn't let the blue route. And they were great. Example and a great table centers for those new kids you talked about who were coming in their first NHL experience. They set the table the right way. And I gotta think the islanders gotta be doing some of that. Because this is a team that as you say lost virus was kind of directionless. Luke comes in trots comes in. And now they're playing with great confidence. Well, the commander you've got some good young stars. You've got some sounds like Lee, Nelson guys Bailey. These guys have been real solid solid performance for them to mix adding. But the kids all of a sudden you got a team that's really believes himself and play hard and play the right way and battling. Like, I watched the eating here tonight in Columbus. I mean, they went in there. I in a tough match up with Columbus were playing pretty well, but Broschi and company. Aaron and company they go in there. And they and they dominate they dominate and all the big must win type of game to stay in. I, and I you know, what I just think that Liu and trots have set an amazing standard for the whole group. And it seems like it's like really would you like to play this team in the first round? I mean, that's that's all of a sudden what they become people are nervous about playing the islanders right now. And you know, the credit goes all the way around the players management coaching. I mean, it's not just one thing. It's a combination. Plus great goal. And you know, when you when you have that working for you. You're you're tough team to beat and they believe in themselves right now. And I I don't know I'm shocked by it to be quite honest. I thought they would battle for maybe the last wildcard Chris. I didn't expect this at all. Air rate there with the good teams. And they're doing it every night. It's not like I keep waiting for him to fall. And now, we're kind of you know, we're past that now it doesn't look like they're gonna fall. So the question is with the deadline a week from tomorrow their eighteenth and scoring their twenty-seventh in power play. Do you expect Luda try and get a missing piece there? He doesn't wanna miss mess with the chemistry, and we all know, the general managers deal with this when their teams are going. Well, they don't wanna change too much because they got something working right now on the other hand, they'd love to have another scorer. What do you think? They'll do. Well, I I think they're I think they're in on Aaron I think they're want six teams in on Aaron I really believe they're talking Ottawa voter Duchenne, maybe a stone. But I I think I think there's a guy they would love to get. And then, you know, get Panara PANA price farm because they might have a chance to sign him. And I think that's going to be real interested in Nashville are in the hunt. Forum. Hunt forum. Stone. I know people are in the hunt for bagasse looking at him Winnipeg's look at hired at stone. They look at a lot of teams are looking at the shame. So you know, what if they had one of those guys to the group they have been it changes the group? So I really believe that you know, they've got some young assets that they they could do. And I think they're right in the next to the top guy. And if that happens, and Lou Lewis had a history of trying to do some things wouldn't surprise in the least heavy into it heavy into it. All right. Let's talk a little bit about the Rangers. Just because it seems like there there the other way they're trying to gain some sort of identity and find some sort of way to go about doing their business. And there's a lot of talk about zuccarello and Hayes maybe being on their way out and demand for those two players and first year coach David Quinn whose gotten pretty good reviews and a lot of areas for what he's tried to do. But look they're an inconsistent group. They got the aging goaltender that everybody respects. But they don't know whether he should still be there. What are your thoughts on the Rangers where they are now? And where do you think they're gonna try to go? Well, I think they've really done a good job recently. A little more consistent today. But the rate in there. They're rate their their clothes. I like what they're doing. And I think they've got to stay. The course I, you know, I know they're talking to zuccarello and Hayes tied to get them signed that sort of jumped in the last twenty four hours, but you know, I know Calgary would like to get a super rally type guy in Boston with my picking up the Hayes even Winnipeg in the mix on Hayes. What what's going on is the top sixteen contenders are talking heavily to the Rangers. You know, they're talking heavily to the Cup to Columbus trying to pry these guys away. So I think the Rangers stay the course, you know, they'd they'd like to keep a couple of veterans there too for the kids to learn from. And that's why I think get zuccarello done and Hayes is not a bad thing. But it's gonna be a big thing. They can't get them signed. They'll get a pretty pretty good assets. In return, like super Carello would be to me a great fit on the second line. Calgary. Hays is a guy that the broad Bruins needs in second line help. But you know, they got some youngsters playing on the second line. They'd loved it to pick up that type of guy. Guy over the Rangers. It's a big decision. But Gordon them I think they've they've done the right thing to try to retool. I get some good young kids there. So I I don't see the Rangers anything, but keeping keeping the program going the way it is right now. And next year the way it is. Now, Chris you can change. There's no such thing as the five-year rebuild anymore. Those things got too many young guys are coming in the league becoming stars real fast. So the rebuild the old rebuild is out the door, and it doesn't take nearly as long, but they gotta protect their drafts. And and keep doing what they're doing. And you know, even their backup goaltender is tight real welfare Washington. Thanks, fifty save. Oh, yeah. Looks like it looks looks like a good good young prospect too. So I I really like what the Rangers are doing Gordon. And the coach of done real solid job..

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"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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04:18 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And we are back richardneer with you on. Sorry. I just knocked something over here to pick it up before it got all over the place here. Tommy, Luke, our and Matt Casey at the controls, and let's get back to our busy busy phones. John in Brooklyn kicks off this segment, you're on the fan. John. Good afternoon. How you after noon? John. Attention a little bit to Giancarlo Stanton. And. Plays. I'm kinda give him can you? Give them a little bit of cash last year. Malkin the. What is the place this year and a significant one at that? I'm just one of those long contract that blanket. Now what I mean by me. Just Keiko balls and change out. And then more patience at the plate. Okay. Well, look. As you say it was his first year in the American League after Wayne and MVP in the National League. All right. So we're look at the guy and you go, oh, you know, expect pick numbers out of him. Look what he did last year. All right. It was a four wins above replacement which pretty good. Thirty eight home runs knocked in one hundred and two I'm sorry. One hundred bronze and had it on base percentage of three forty three. Okay. So I'm looking at those numbers in going. I right. I understand that the year before he had fifty nine homers one hundred thirty two rid. These is on base percentage was three seventy six, but those numbers aren't too shabby. No, no, no. I I know I know what you're going to say John because you saw in clutch situations when you know, just a little basic to right field where they're not going to bunch of runs. He's swinging for the fences and striking out or swinging at pitches. Six inches off the plate. So the lawsuit. Think time when you just gonna have to just a little bit. And if you've got a tough, which you over there trying to get a piece. Well, see, this is something we just we just talked about, you know, in terms of chili Davis and the Mets approach and whether the Yankees take that on or not, and this is something we'll talk to peak Caldera a little bit about too because it's was Red Sox. Did it's the idea that you know, the Kevin long idea was hey, two strikes. You take your big swing? You know, if you run into one exit velocity launch angle, you're gonna have one out and that's better than dumping one into right field or putting one down the line, or whatever it is. And I think we're seeing that all or nothing philosophy that that whole home run or strike out philosophy. Not only not being effective in terms of winning baseball games. But you turn the fans off, you know, and you get a guy like you just cited Stanton's numbers. And and look at those eighty six games in the middle of the season. When Aaron judge was hurt and Stanton was the big bad in the lineup and how he was hurt and he played through it. He was in the lineup every day for I think it was eighty six games in a row because they didn't have Aaron judge and they couldn't afford not to have that bad in the lineup. So I do think you have to cut him a break and expect that this year things will be a little bit better for him. But again, you know, if you give me thirty eight home runs in one hundred RBI. It's not so bad. You know, if you just feel a little bit more cognizant in certain situations of maybe taking the base on balls on pitches that aren't close to the strikes out. And it seemed like at the end you could just get him out. You know, if you were a quality pitcher at all Stanton didn't scare you. Now, if you happen to leave one in the middle of the plate look out. He did it five hundred feet, but he turned into a mistake hitter. And that's not what you want to Billy in bay ridge here on the fan. Billy. Hello, richard. Billy..

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12:25 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Chris more, would you nice to have you with us? Matt Casey, Tommy Luga or on the other side of the glass as we turn our attention to football to start our number three and the cabinet decision, which we pretty much avoided. Yes. Throughout the first couple of hours of the program, which is nice not that there's a lot of say there, but there is some interest, obviously and people wanted to know who won. Why it settled, and you generally know, the NFL wins these things because the NFL likes control, and when you get a nondisclosure agreement where no one can talk about the settlement the NFL in my opinion wins in that spot. Let's talk John McMullen who I go back and forth with on Twitter now and then on different issues, which is fun. John. Of course, a longtime NFL columnist for TSN does a lot of work in radio for ESPN, Fox Sports radio Espy nation radio, and you know, generally runs round watches the eagles play. And and tweets about a lot of different things around the NFL, John. How are you my friend? What's going on? Doing. Well. Thanks for having me. Chris. I appreciate you coming on. It's always nice to get your opinions in. What was your reaction to yesterday's capper? Nick decision. I think you hit the nail on the head. I think both sides sort of got to the point where there was no return. And the fact that the grievance was going to be heard this spring. And one of two things we're going to happen. Ultimately, the NFL usually wins each case is because of the CBA I think that would have been the case here. However, Mark era goes who's a very high profile attorney Colin Kaepernick hired a very good at certain things. And he got to the point where there was significant discovery. And if it went to the grievance hearing some of that would have been leaked almost assuredly. That's what the NFL was concerned with. And and I think Marcus smart enough to understand he's not gonna win. So you have a monetary settlement both sides kinda get something not everything they wanted. But something they wanted. You tweeted out that the NFL is often a very poorly run league. And even those sixty to eighty million is nothing to a fifteen billion dollar business that you'd be stunned if that that amount was the amount. Why why would you say that? Well, I think you have to understand there's been two sizes issue. It's kinda polarized, obviously. And it's much like our society as a whole, and I think people are are searching for what they call their confirmation mice in that particular number team from a certain reporter that has been let's be honest pro Colin cabernet, I. I don't see why the NFL with handover eighty million dollars in this type of circumstance. I it doesn't make a lot of sense that number was curly speculative. And I just don't believe it to be honest. Now, you can talk about thirty two teams sharing it if you look at it that way, it's sort of like a line item. It doesn't matter. But as we've seen in the past the NFL will fight these issues as long as possible, if they feel they're being railroaded, and whether rightly or wrongly treated unfairly, and the fact that they agree to this indicates to me that they were very very happy with the settlement. Yeah. Maybe I mean, maybe maybe they just felt like, you know, as you say, I mean, I said yesterday, it's sorta like money's like sand in the desert for those guys. I mean, they if they needed to go away they're going to pay for it to go away. So it's very hard to know. But to the to the point of this conversation is exactly what they wanted. Let people speculate all they want. They don't know they'll never know. And that's you know, they could say one hundred and fifty million they can say ten million. It doesn't matter because they can't prove it, and they won't ever be able to. And that's what we want it. So in that sense. I it's there for speculation. But no one likely will ever know. I mean, that's that's the bottom line, right? Yeah. I mean, I, obviously if you you think about leaks and how they happen. It's gonna come from one camp or the other. But we mentioned Mark Eric goes. I mean, he could be disbarred if he if he ignores a nondisclosure agreement. So it's not gonna come from that. Aspect? It's not gonna come from the NFL so would have to come from personal camps and those numbers or or anything that's leaked in that fashion or obviously, not reliable. So you're right. We're never going to know. And that's just part of it. But from the NFL standpoint, the positive aspect is they got discovery from Jerry Jones, they got discovery from Robert Kraft Roger Goodell. None of that is going to be made public. And I think that's more important aspect from the NFL standpoints. I let's talk about some general issues with John McMullen, Chris more singing on Saturday afternoon, as we kick around some NFL issues, and in fact, past the NFL, you know, you look at that Antonio Brown. Bell sitting out and look at Anthony Davis down in New Orleans with the pelicans and. In New York. Yesterday or the day before Jacob degrom said, you know, what I might look at my innings, and and I might decide that with. No with my agents that maybe I want to limit how much I throw given that I don't have a long term contract. And my my overall point is players are pretty powerful. And they the star players are pushing the envelope a little bit here. More and more as time goes on. Do you see it as a trend, which your general thoughts about that issue? If in fact, you think it is an issue. Well, I certainly think it is an issue. You mentioned the Graham Anthony Davis in the NBA. I think those are bigger issues. I I don't know if it's crossed over into the NFL just yet you look at Le vian bell. I mean, he sits out in a tire season because he wants to sort of changed the landscape up his position. And the fact that running backs have been devalued from from a financial standpoint. But. He took a big chance. He he's never gonna be able to get that money back. So it's not like he's pushing the NFL in another direction. Ultimately, I think it becomes the highest paid running back. He's not going to get what he wants. And he's not going to recoup that money he lost. So I think that was a gamble. Probably not a smart gamble to be honest from levian Bill. I think it's a bigger concern and other sports to this point. But we'll see if it bleeds over to the NFL, and you look at at Brown, and you kind of New York, I guess we're a little sensitive to because Odell Beckham has been unhappy. And there are some giant fans that think enough is enough. He's too big a distraction, these, you know, he's somebody that is a prima Donna and isn't a team guy. I and others that that love is talent. And you know wonder whether he and he like and coexisted cetera. But he's hasn't been the model citizen in terms of. Team. I so you gotta Antonio Brown. You've got a potential Beckham situation. You just wonder whether guys can really force the envelope. And the Steelers organization is so well respected that you just you know, it just makes you pause a little bit. Are these guys, you know, all over the place gonna force issues at a time where it seems like, you know, in the NBA is full of of prima Donna guys guys that you know, that that wanna go together and the Knicks are open in two spots. So that they can get two guys to come in here, and they get to come together. And you just wonder about the landscape of the individual right now. Yeah. I I mean, I think you've always seen certain guys and particularly in the NFL at the receiver position for whatever reason, we we we always talk about diva receivers. And it's been that way for a long time. Whether you go back to, you know, guys, like, Terrell Owens, and Randy moss and some of the issues they had or back in today. Antonio Brown generally is focused on individual situations with their particular organizations or teammates at a specific time. I I don't know if there's a theme to it, obviously Antonio has had some issues Ben Rothlisberger. Now with Mike Tomlin as well. So maybe that's a divorce, but you look at OBT j yeah, he's been immature and Jay Glazer kind of fueled the trade talks, but gave speculating and predicting it wasn't and people ran with it. And I think you talk about the giants and you go back to all the way before the first Super Bowl with Eli. And remember he was a young quarterback at the time, and they moved on from players like Jeremy shocking Tiki barber. They were getting killed for that. But they were me. I guys they wanted better chemistry perhaps. That's why they move on go back on at some point. I could see that. But I think they're all individual cases. I I don't see necessarily a scene, and I do see a scene certainly in the NBA and maybe a little bit major league baseball. Are you? Let's get to your to your eagles for a second team. You cover. Where's Nick foles in September in your mind? Well, the eagles would hope he's in Jacksonville or Miami. They want to keep them out of the division. They want to keep them away from the giants and the Redskins and we'll see if they can do that. I think it's going to be really difficult for them. Because the only thing they can do now is franchise them. And then trade 'em. Hey, I I don't know how many people would be willing to pay Nick foles twenty five million. That's going to be about what the franchise tag is. And then give the eagles something on top of that. It only takes one it always only takes one. But I wouldn't do that. And so I think ultimately Knicks just going to be a free agent. He's gonna sign where he wants to side with the giants be better with Nick foles than Eli manning. Yes. I. I'm not big Nick foles guys. Let's get that straight. I I mean. Get some wonderful things for the New York. Giants gotta take the emotion out of it. It's time to move on. He's he's he's not a high level NFL quarterback at this point. And if you look at the skill position talent on the giants specifically specifically with OB J if he's their take on Barclay. I I mean that team can turn it around very very quickly. If they get competent play at the quarterback position. I don't think they've been getting competent play for me line for years now, and that's not gonna turn around in twenty nineteen Levy on bell. You talked about him. Probably getting the biggest contract, you have a sense of where he might end up, and who who it makes sense for in this league. Well, one would be the jets. They were certainly makes sense. I I mean if you look at the contract is a whole Todd Gurley. And that's just the way the NFL is it's about timing. Anybody gets to free agency. Remember the Steelers to technically still tag him? Again. They've been talking about the trenches in fact, but I I just think there's irreconcilable differences there. I I don't think they can even attempt to bring him back certainly can't put the franchise tag on again..

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"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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12:16 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And if you have Alexa, or Google just say play WFAN and you'll be locked into the fan. Chris more. Radio sixty six. KFI saw the top officials in the world of work in the game. Not that the people are against the but they're wearing bulletproof vests or soda appears that way. Hello design those uniforms. But I don't think they'll be available in stores anytime soon. Whatever they're getting paid to do the games. I'm sure it's not much, but they've earned it wearing those things. It's scoreless by the way. The teams are from San Diego and San Antonio. Now have names. But I don't know what they are. Are you till ten so another hour of your phone calls? Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Matt Casey Connor green on the other side of the glass. Five taking care of us. Tony page in the building an hour from now he will be gracing the airwaves with his sports opinions, which hopefully make more sense than mine. We'll take your calls though, on whatever it is been a lot of baseball talk a little bit of football, some NBA. And you know, it's the kind of time of year where you regroup and decide what's important to you next. And where your focus will be. And I don't know how this football will rate. I imagine not very well. But so what you know its venture. When you're making a new venture. There are always going to be pains. Anything worth doing is going to have. Challenges associated with it. So no paying much attention to whether anybody watches this stuff or not this time around. The question is is it sustainable, and is it sustainable is a business that they can keep around. And will as you know, like Mike was telling me, Mike McCann was telling me know, maybe he'll see a player that will eventually be an NFL player. Maybe some of these players will catch the eye since there's no official minor league of the NFL. Other than college. Obviously that will catch the eye of some players that maybe these guys some of these guys that you watch in passing on these Saturday nights or Sundays or whenever these games are on. Maybe some of those players will end up. Playing NFL football on Sundays in the fall. So that's why he said he was going to watch us to see if might be any diamonds in the rough there. So whatever the reason it doesn't matter. You don't there's no police can ask you. Why you watch Mike union city starts our phone calls off here in the nine o'clock hour on the fan. I'm mike. What's up? Before against my ankles. When I just wanted to bring up the Mets, I think they they had a pretty underrated off season. They need some good moves. I believe they the crease there. I mean they significantly improved in their offense. Nice little bullpen. They got to potential closure. So I thought they did a pretty good job considering you know, the last couple of seasons. Pretty good. Yeah. They're going to live and die with those young players. I talked about though, I mean in the end, but but it's better to shore up as much as they can. And look they were very short in the twenty five man roster. So when they bring twenty-five men up here for April. Let's look at the twenty five man roster. That starts the two thousand nine hundred nine season and compare it with the twenty five man roster that started the two thousand eighteen season. And I think met fans if they do that. We'll be like you they'll be very happy the change between what they started with last year. And what they're starting with this year. Absolutely now for the Yankees. Listen, I think the Yankees are one player way from kicking on the door in the in the east and his name is not Manny Machado. We've named his Dallas tycoon. I see I see a big improvement. If we if we get this guy, you know, I think we can we can hand with Boston. But if he wanted to take that division need another. Number two guy to go with see some type of guy. Yeah. It's an interesting question. And again, I I look at the ant is differently because my focus on the Yankees is in October. I don't. I don't fear the wildcard game the way many people do I don't like oh anything can happen in one game. Yeah. It can. But I'll take my chances. In the wildcard game. Especially if I know I'm going to be in it, and I could set my team up and really if you're the Yankees. Okay. If you're the Yankees, and you can have whoever you want pitch 'cause you're know you're going to be in the wildcard game. And you have the Yankee lineup. And you're not facing Boston Houston. Because they're too good and have won their divisions. You're the better team. Now, you could say to me the better team doesn't always win. And you're right. But I'll take my chances in that spot. So many people want to avoid that wildcard game. I'm worried about the October Yankees. And I don't want to see. And I know a lot of you like them and think he's a good pitcher and gave them a chance or whatever. But I don't wanna see cici's about starting my elimination game. I mean, I can't you know, I've said it so many times since it happened. But it's so important to me because. Because they're so if you're this proud of your bullpen, then you're bullpens got a pitch in situations where you're forced to use about if it comes down to the using cici's about the start a playoff game. I'm starting my bullpen. And I'm not even thinking about it. Like, I don't even think it's newsworthy. Really? Well, why did you start your bullpen? Because those are my best pitchers. That's who I've acquired here. I've acquired my best pictures. And if I list them in order my best pitchers to get three outs. You have twelve pitchers list. Your pitchers in order to get three outs. Where would cici's about the following? Atlas ninth. Out of twelve. So that's why it drove me crazy when they decided last year to start him in an elimination game when they had such a strong bullpen. So I hope that that doesn't become the case again. But my point and bringing all this up is when you get to the post season. You go with your best and you lose with your best. So I don't care. If the Yankees best doesn't happen to be starters at that time. Unless they care. If they're going to do what they did last year. Then it's gonna bother me. Yeah. Then I'm gonna care. But I'm not going to carry if they do the smart thing and just go with their best pitchers, whether their labels are middle closer starter long, man. I don't care what you label. You put on your pitcher. Give me out and give me a chance to take the lead in this game. In his home game. So that frustrates me last year, obviously a lot, and I don't I don't over at the side starting pitching because I don't look as Brian Kennedy of. And they'll be network. Agrees. I don't look at it. As labeling the pitchers five twelve arms. I have twelve arms which arms give me the best chance to win tonight. Especially when a face it elimination. So who's healthy who gives me the best chance to win tonight? I don't care. What you label them? I'm going with them. I'm not going with CCC, Matthew. At age thirty eight. In an elimination game against the best team in baseball. And I know he didn't singlehandedly lose them the game. But I felt it was really important for the Yankees in that game to lead. So I can't start cici's about the because there's a chance he'll give up runs earlier in the game more than there is a chance that my best pitchers will and sure enough they got behind in the first three innings and that made more put more pressure on the Yankees to try to come back. And when they did it was too late. So I would never do that. Again, if I were them, especially in the way, baseball's played now. And I do think what Tampa did going with the opener. Whatever you wanna call them the guy that's only going to pitch an ending or two is going to become more and more common early. The thrill of the starter. Like, the Graham is the sales pitch the antics patient. I'm taking my nine year old to the game on Thursday night. How come you chose Thursday because grabs pitching that's where the value of the starter is in the fan being excited about seeing the starter pitch. What you going? I'm going tonight syndergaards pitching. So if you take away the starter, you take that away. Which is a big part of the marketing of baseball. So it's an important consideration to major league baseball. But the question coming back from that is well, how many syndergaards into grams are there Chris sale Clayton Kershaw? Max scherzer. How many of them are their most pitches art that they're just pitchers? I don't care if I see Jordan Montgomery or J app. And that's where I think we're headed. Fewer. Chances to market. You're starting pitcher Danny on Long Island next on the fan identity. Good evening. How're you doing today? Good. What's up? Before I started the baseball regards to the spring baseball league football league. I can make it because people will stall for entertainment if it's reasonably priced, and if they do something smart versus I go duck games, I've gone to North Island. Nets game this down in his fifteen thousand people still they sell things out. There's a lot of youth organization of so their tickets for ten dollars. I'm in the first row watching a baseball game. A lot of people can't afford to go to watch the jets or the giants or it's a pain in the nuts. Have the games Saturday or Sunday night because they were playing during the spring, and you're dealing with kids who play sports, you don't want it to feel with this spring lacrosse football space ball soccer. Caesar's demento lands at seven o'clock on a Saturday night you and you try ten dollars. You may get yourself fifteen or twenty thousand people who were just working to do something on a Saturday night. And I read something that the top one percent of college athletes, go on to play professional football. So now, you're going to have the top four five and six percent playing this league, which means you're still going to be dealing with elite level athletes. All right. Well, when I go watch a Long Island duck game that's a professional baseball game. Guys will look like the bad news bad. If I swear if you put it through teams, again key stadium, you wouldn't know any difference because there's a four here on that team. That's better than the three, and it's annoying headed that state just like professional baseball, and it cost me ten dollars and four dollars for a hot dog not ten so it's a good night of entertainment. So it can make it if it's marketed properly because people are looking to spend money. That's what that's what they're betting on. Danny exactly what you said. That's what they're betting on that. If it's marketed properly. It will find a niche, and it will be successful enough. So that nobody's in debt. And that's all they're trying to do. They're not trying to make a fortune. So and if they get television contracts get any ratings at all, I don't pay a lot of players more of your phone calls coming up. This is the fan of New York. We got our W twos from work, and it was kind of shocking..

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"matt casey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:57 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is back right now. Zac Taylor is the new head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals has expected. He was introduced yesterday during the patriots parade. I don't know. Maybe they maybe they just kind of hope that no one would notice. Although the clips I heard we're fine. I just this whole Sean McVay connection has taken a little bit of a of a hit in the aftermath of Super Bowl fifty three Matlock floor in Green Bay Zack Taylor in Cincinnati. Zac, Taylor said among other things at his introductory press conference about Sean McVay, I'm gonna fail to be quite honest with you were different people have learned a lot from Sean. But I'm going to be Zach Taylor and do the best. I can my way and not my way, it's the Cincinnati Bengals way right now. I don't know he's the head coach. So it's his way now. Zac, Taylor on Andy Dalton he's a great fit for what we're going to do. He injured golfer, very similar, personality wise, very smart players flocked to them. I know all about his background. I probably never pictured. I was gonna coach him. But I'm very fortunate. He's the quarterback here. And I'm excited to work with him. So it sounds like Zach Taylor is not immediately going to be looking for another quarterback. Although there's a mindset that if you keep the guy you have for a year, and then get your guy next year, you kind of get a scholarship year. You get a redshirt year that first year doesn't count because hey, I was stuck with somebody else's quarterback. I'm gonna go get my own now. There's a chance though that Zack Taylor decides that Andy Dalton is the guy. I mean Dalton have been there. Now since two thousand eleven this is year. Nine for Andy Dalton year nine I remember interviewing him as he was coming out of TCU year nine for Andy Dalton. Jeremy was one of the players in Cincinnati. A second round pick who ended up leaving your free agents. He had hurt early in the year in New England. We kind of forgot about him. He hasn't forgotten about his time in Cincinnati. He put a post on Instagram taking pleasure in prodding the Bengals for their lack of success while he gets a championship ring with the patriots imagine life as a Bengals fan. He said boy. Bengals fans were not happy. They lashed out at hill. He later explained himself on his Twitter feed by saying I've been tormented trolled and disrespected for years from this fan base the moment, I say something you guys go insane. I'm a human being to me still. He had to know they were gonna react. I I like the fact that Bengals fans reacted. I was getting to the point where I just wonder whether even care where are all the Bengals fans. I mean, the five straight years they were one and done. And now they've been on the wrong side of the playoffs for three straight seasons. I don't think anybody cares. Are there Bengals fans out there? Let us know on Twitter if you're a Bengals fan. The over under that someone will actually respond. I'm a Bengals fan. Is one point five. Respond to us at pro football talk. I wanna know are there ardent and zealous Bengals fans out there that care. Care enough to log onto Twitter and let me know. Yes, I am Bengals fan. And I am proud of it. I've mentioned this earlier not long ago. The titans were the most irrelevant team in the NFL. Now, I think the Bengals are the most irrelevant team in the NFL who was the team that had the lowest odds are not the lowest to highest what is the highest longest odds to win the Super Bowl is the Bengals. Or was the doghouse? It was the dolphins. Man. I don't know why. What was it like three hundred eighty one? Yeah. It was some insane number which is weird. Because I would think the dolphins are in a better position than Cincinnati. Don't you? I think I would be tempted to put ten bucks on that. It's ten bucks, you go in three thousand you buy a lot of stuff with three thousand ten bucks. You're not gonna miss it. It's too Frappuccino. Is it so thing I don't even know what a Frappuccino is. I've never had a Frappuccino cappuccino or Espresso cappuccino is very good, cappuccinos, coffee and milk. It. Just sounds fancy. Well, then why don't I just order coffee and milk? It's a lot cheaper. Well, I've also learned that when you when you get a cappuccino they're in a whole lot in it. Like the foam takes up half the Cup. There is a Starbucks in the hotel that we were staying in last week. And my wife was coming back from somewhere and said, hey, you wanna coffee us. No one a cappuccino fancy. I'm a fancy boy at my Italian Kerio its European, but I said too I said, yeah, give me a cappuccino. And she brought it up. It's like there's nothing in this and she had a regular coffee, and I. I picked up her coffee, and it's like, wow, there's actually coughing here. I picked up a cappuccino. It's like there's nothing there's nothing in here. So she brought you a Cup. She brought me a Cup that had foam in it. There was farm and two drinks a coffee. So I'm off the cappuccino. Now, you get a better cappuccino in a restaurant. I've noticed there's more coffee in the Cup. And maybe it's because like when you get the like, I think the social interaction is more awkward when they dispense your coffee at Starbucks is kind of hard to say, hey, excuse me. But can I get a Cup with actually liquid in it? Please. It's more conspicuous when they bring you a mug that has no liquid in it in a restaurant. So. Yeah. I like cappuccino as long as there's actual liquid in the glass or the Cup as the case may be how did that even come up? By saying Frappuccino, the ten dollars the man that really took a turn the ten dollars. You would spend on a three hundred one bet the dolphins win the Super Bowl. What the hell? It's ten bucks to Frappuccino. That's how we got there or two cappuccinos or mocha chino. I don't what is you know. I for years, I wouldn't even order a cappuccino because anything other than coffee. I thought you're taking your, you know, your life into your own hands here. Like, I don't know what I'm venturing into. I don't know what crazy world this is just gimme coffee right now. I got them all up. How'd you make the leap? I think we're I think we're out to dinner at some point Matt Casey was there, and he got a cappuccino. And I thought all right. I'll try one. Okay. This pretty good guy like a cross between coffee and chocolate milk, milk and coffee. What a concept now coffee and hot chocolate. I mean, but it's the farm the farm it's pleasing to the palate. Sensation the farm, but that's the province Starbucks. It's all foam, no coffee. Starbucks endorsement, not they really.

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"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:57 min | 3 years ago

"matt casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"All righty. We began Matt Casey is at the controls in the co-pilot share and. You know, hearing that the who are doing a new album, and Roger Daltry is saying, well, gee, I this probably the the end wherever we heard that before. But that's that's pretty cool and in terms of concerts. Okay. Well, they don't have obviously their great drummer. And they don't have John Entwistle on base. They haven't had those guys for years, though, moon and end whistle have been gone for so long. But obviously the voice and the song writer and guitarist are still there and still the core of that band. So they may have some some tread left on that tire as they say, and I'll tell you I've I've seen a bunch of who shows some of them not so good, and they admit that they have done some shows in states of the Neva radiation or whatever over the years. But they are seemingly pretty clean and sober these days, and I think capable even at that advanced age, you're putting on some great rock and roll. I'm really interested in the new stuff. The see what Pete Townsend is into and writing about these days in these interesting times and along those lines I saw bohemian rhapsody. And bohemian rhapsody has won awards. Best picture all kinds of things. Golden Globes accolades, and yet the critics didn't like it. And I've I've read some reviews from friends who said sees critics don't know what they're talking about. And a lot of times, I agree with ally times, I read a critic ankle one movie did he see or she see certainly not the same one. I saw but in the case of bohemian rhapsody where they pretty much said, it's a good TV movie. I think they were right on. I think that Ramey. Malik who played, Freddie. Mercury. Did an amazing job. I mean, he just had his moves down and the onstage stuff this stuff in the studio. The construction of oh, he Mian rhapsody. The song was was very well done. But it was a typical okay. Kid from not disadvantage situation. But from kind of uptight family comes along and joins a rock and roll band. And everybody says they can't make it bohemian rhapsody six minutes nobody'll playing on the radio. It's no good. And it becomes popular install the naysayers may become huge and tore the world. And then of course, have their troubles, the guy falls into drugs and all kinds of arrogance and rockstar attitude, and then at the end salvation he comes back and does live eight. I mean, it's it's kind of a cliche story. And even if it's true, which they decided that they were going to hew closely to the facts of Freddie, mercury's life. It was just okay. Here's the next chapter. This is what's going to happen? We're going to see the excess crazy costumes the parties the fact that it's gone to his head that he rejects his old friends, and then they take him back at the end. And I guess the whole thing was it. Freddie mercury. The message was that. He never felt. Included. He never felt family except with the band whose own family rejected him somewhat. And there's dad wanted him to be, you know, do good things and be a normal straight ahead guy. And he wasn't that. And his sexuality. He was bisexual. So he didn't feel accepted totally by women or by men. He was always struggling with that. So I mean, there was that thread going on. But I never got caught up in it as anything more than okay? Yeah. I kind of know this story. I didn't get too much that I didn't already know. So I thought it was okay. And if you like Queen was more than okay if you're a big Queen fan. Now, this was well done and well put together the editing music again. The sound was great. But overall as a movie, I was bored and parts of it. And I know that people who are big Queen foul. It was like, okay. And I felt the same way about stars morning. I just wonder. If you know we've seen this movie before even the David Essex movie in the name of that escapes me at this point with that was with David Essex rock on. I'll think of it at some point or I'll look it up. But that was the same kind of movie and that was done years before. And unfortunately, it's kind of the cycle with Rockstars. They start out small and they start out as good kids. And then they get caught up in it and get crazy. And then finally they realize hey, who am I and they come back down to earth. All right. Let's get to our phones. Eight seven seven three three seven six six six six sucked IRAs. Staten Island a kick. It off IRA you're on the fan. Good morning, Rick. How are you learning? Ira. I tell you. I it's a blessing to get to that age. Something that you love. Really good stuff. Music. I mean, that's one thing about sports revisions, you know. You could you know, your voice might go. But you know musicians. Better were just like wine and. But getting getting to the games, and by the way, I do William signing. I think that really was a top notch. They make for a long time. But I'll tell you what you you. Now are going to have the polar opposite on the sidelines. You know, used to get there was no drama on the sidelines with Todd Bowles now between gays and Williams man, you are going to hear. They have those sidelines. Mike, you're going to hear lots of stuff our can escalate to a Kevin Gilbride in Bari. Ryan. Yeah. Every interesting, but getting games. Yeah. I'm going more with my heart, and my mind, I really do you know, if it comes down to the end you ever come down to a coach's decision. I gotta give him the advantage over read especially with.

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