2 Episode results for "Mauricio Dubon"

Mauricio Dubon and Jaylin Davis

Giants Splash

16:58 min | 1 year ago

Mauricio Dubon and Jaylin Davis

"Expectations are sky high for the as this year especially with the Houston Cheating. Scandal potentially opening path for the as to win the division. I am Susan's lesser. You can follow along with all the as developments throughout the season on as plus hello and welcome to. The giant splash are first from spring training in Scottsdale Arizona. Henry Shulman the giants beat reporter for the Chronicle. My guest today are two players. The giants acquired deadline day trades last season infielder Maurizio Ubon and outfielder. Jalen Davis will talk about their first taste of the major leagues last year. But before we get to them we would like to give you an opportunity to have a say in what we cover. We want to know what you WanNa hear and how you feel we can make our podcast better. Please take a brief survey at SAF CHRONICLE DOT COM slash podcast survey. If you complete it you'll be entered in a drawing for one of five one hundred dollars gift cards it short and we'd really like to get your feedback that's SF chronicle dot com slash podcast survey onto the interview with Marie. Show DABAN. Well Hello Murray. Show welcome to spring training. I your first spring training with the giants. How does it feel to actually walk in here? It was a little confusing coming in and everybody says a new place. I I haven't been here ever was not an open space but It's pretty nice I like it. Yeah I mean I think everybody's been a little confused with all the hallways walkways and things like that. It's a new building and a new start for you your spring training here you. You've had a couple of Milwaukee right major league spring training. I had a couple in Milwaukee and then Kind of know how how it goes and everything so I'm excited to start with dance again. Okay it was a big winner for you You're you're pretty big on social media and You you put a picture out of you proposing to your girlfriend didn't you? Yes yes picture. I'll put a picture of video. Everything went all out went to Paris. All that stuff. It was fun. How did it go? It was good. It was really good. It was It was I mean obviously i. I'm doing that so it was a it. Oh but it was awesome experience. I mean then gotta say well you went to Paris Specifically for that my she didn't know that obviously she didn't know that she Her second major in college was French so the new language art just decided to go over. There celebrate just decided accurate. I mean everybody knew except for her so it was pretty big deal. Were you on the river? Seine on one of those flea boats. Where did you do it? I did it in front. Did it in front of the of the entrance Peres. I did it like where you can see the castle and everything it was. It was pretty cool like the whole thing. Like looking back and everything. Okay what's her name First Name and how the Knowledge Nancy Nancy Nancy since there's so I know her family know everybody so so she's Honduran. Yeah she's under and chased from Honduras she I mean we have a lot in common. We come from the same background. So it's it's it's pretty connect okay Speaking of Honduras I think everybody you learned your story last year You were you know you try. Did you gotta make yourself noticeable down there and you got an invitation to come up Sacramento To go to high school lived with his family And that sort of started it and speaking of social media as well You've posted some pictures of yourself when you were about fifteen sixteen years old at Oracle Park then called. At and T. Park alongside pictures of you in a giants uniform That kind of fun to do when you think back of it. I guess everybody a lot of kids. Have this dream of playing in the BALLPARK. When they're watching it and you're one of the few actually gets to live it. Yeah I mean it's when you come into the ballgame in in the big league ballgame the first say like you. WanNa play here. And that's That's the one thing you you you WanNa do WanNa play in the big leagues. When you're growing up another thing and keep time parents my host family and everybody like yeah one cool things about being a big leaguer but the other cool thing is about that. It's the giants like I'm it for the giants. The team that I came first big-league start watching and fuller body. I mean it does. That's the thing that I still kinda shocked about this to giants. Nobody else has that. I'm playing didn't you when you when you first came in there when you were fifteen? I believe it was didn't didn't you actually think okay one day. I'm GONNA play your wasn't really a maybe it was. I'm GONNA do this. No it was says they want. I told them my host MOM AGAIN. WanNa play here when they watch. I'm going to play here one day. And it's GonNa make I'm GonNa make it happen like some somehow someway and from in funny thing how God works and then just made my first head and everything over there so it was pretty special. What what did you learn your first Little taste of the big leagues. I know you didn't debut with the giants. You had been up with a couple of a couple of games but what did you really learn that you might not have known when you finally got up the same game. It's the same game I mean as the big leagues that are more cameras a lot more people. But it's the second game same game you play in high school simply sing game you play in and in college him play in rookie ball all the way up. Boy I mean that's the same game it's just might be more consistent and more being more focused and I mean the thing is just you know just slow things down and you're there for a reason you're earned the right to be there so just just trust yourself. You know one of the things that Gabe Kaplan than humanity always talks about is. It doesn't matter whether you've been in the League for one week or fifteen years it's always about development They're always trying to get players to to learn new things Just to make sure that they keep up with with how baseball changes and all that one of the things that you've had to deal with is they've had you out in the outfield. You actually posted a video of yourself. Taking fly balls Centerfield. How did that conversation into that? Conversation first happened. And how did it go and just told me I mean they just told me very much higher feel plan Gabe reach out and how you feel about by now filming I. Sometimes I've got to play. I got no problem. I keep telling everybody. I'm a baseball player not a shortstop. Second Baseman. I'm a baseball player. Wherever you put me out of accelerated with me out I'll do my best and know I'll do good and I mean the Phillies Fun. How fill is fine and going out there. I play offline there are a couple of years ago and other a bad job and I mean like I say it's baseball wherever you go the same thing so I just practice and getting their getting comfortable and also those okay. Did you when you were out there practicing were you mostly when you're practicing you're throws and and seen balls off the bat where you mostly in? Centerfield? Yeah does Molly Center. Fear must've Centerfield. Destruction get acclimated to the to the whole outfield stuff and everything but I know it changes. I know what you're just from learfield. Imagine right around. I just trying to get you still feel from different angles. The bad different cracks of the bad Just all that stuff. Okay and and hitting wise did they send you home or did you do anything in the winter that they asked you to work on specifically to hone your hitting skills. No I think the hidden goes I mean I had a great year last year hitting and just trying to be more consistent tried to put more more consistency in more ace to maximize my body. Try to get everything I got in and put my as much as I can and just try to be kind of repeat what I did last year or two or even better Tony Larussa former manager of the as he used to say if you could play the Infield and you could play outfield. You agree with that. I mean I mean you're an athlete at thing gaming. It's become a now that you gotta be Nice Day to play the game and it's Gone. It's going towards that end. I feel like I'm a good athlete to go up there. It's going to be an be. It's going to be hard at the beginning but I know I can. I can manage it. Are you hoping that once the game start you pretty quickly get a shot out there? I mean wherever wherever wherever they WANNA think. I'll be helpful the team. I'll be happy about it. I mean I got no problem. If they WANNA put in the first game they WANNA put one hundred sixty two hundred zero. I think what they're looking at for you as being one of those super utility guys And it may not sound as good as starting second baseman are starting shortstop. They're super utility. Guys get four four hundred and fifty at bats playing different positions making yourself versatile is a big deal with this organization Do you have any any issues with titles Super Utility Guy. I'm a baseball player like it's a baseball per people. He's the baseball player now. I just I got no problem as long as I get to help. The team lent him being the lineup. I mean I like winning winning in at the end of the day it's all about the team's all about winning and if I can help the team win away I'll be happy about it. Who did you make friends with the best on the team when you first got here? I mean a lot of people. A lot of people were nice to me pretty relationship with Carl Crawford. I mean you helped me a lot and all the very nice belt post I mean all those guys that helped me out a lot and try to you. Know look up you know trying to emulate. I mean those guys are great for a long time and just trying to have this in carrier as Dan remain. They win for a reason. And it's not an accident where they have success. And just try to you know. Try To pick the brain up and just trying to listen to them. Whatever they have to say listen. I mean there's a lot of people friendly here. Okay last question for you Marie show The team is in a turnaround stage and it turn around usually led by by youth. Do you like the idea the notion that may be you. And some of the guys you came up with a plate with just toward the end in in Sacramento and and some of the young guys in the clubhouse here could kind of lead the renaissance that might lead to the next round of championship baseball. Oh Yeah I love it. I love that I love that. I love the spotlight louder even pressured because it's just it's winning baseball. I mean that's it's good. I love that. I love the energy. I love that that commitment they put him in. I mean it's something that you want bad coming up you one. That pressure won that title and I mean we'll do everything possible to have the winning. You know starter. Other three years it's star other championships are so I mean it's it's it's something that I love and I want an speaking pressure. Have you set a wedding date November November did it was specifically planet? 'cause playoffs in October. So we didn't we. We're planning on November. Remember to be sure great. Congratulations thank you. Thank you appreciate it. We'll talk to Jalen Davis right after this. If you've been listening to San Francisco City insider you heard from Jason Bodine months before his surprise election as cities. Da You heard from the most love librarian in the country and you heard from the man who wants to remake Muny. I'm chronicle columnist. Heather Knight get to know the people who make San Francisco tick and see if you approve of their burrito choices on San Francisco city insider back on the giant splash. Now talking to outfielder Jalen Davis Acquired in a trade last year from the Minnesota twins and In the first part of this podcast I talked to Marie. Show Dan he went to Paris and proposed to his girlfriend. You didn't do anything silly like that. Did you know we went on vacation and went to Aruba fanatics then propose or anything? Okay you did you go to the Chadwick Trump Ancestral home. He's a new catcher. You guys have from Aruba. I did not know another. Yeah I just met him when I can't get down here last week so okay. Netherland Antilles are really really beautiful. Enjoy your time down there. Definitely Great Tommy Spend like six days down there definitely not easy to get to a couple of flights. Isn't it oh? Yeah I mean. Why wasn't Fort Myers too bad? So Yeah So one of the things that we heard all winter You know one of the things they did this. This winter was they did not bring back. Kevin Pillar and They said they wanted to make sure. They had enough at bats in the outfield for some of the younger guys that they brought in. They've expressed a lot of faith in you And I'm just wondering what your thoughts are about. You know your your own feelings about your abilities. Your you know to make the team to contribute this year After a little bit of a rough start last year major league career on that note. I'm I'm grateful that they did that. And that they feel that confident in me. I just took that into this off season and just work really hard Came up a weekend before Christmas. It hit with Donny and Justin. And it's kind of like a couple of things and I feel really good right now. I can't wait to get started plans. Okay Can you kind of maybe explain a little bit for us? non professional baseball players in terms. We might understand what kind of changes that they made to you. They told us that they were going to work. On your swing a little bit Just back past stuff had a little wild swinging sometimes get keep me off balance a little bit on the. Tomlin's a little off but I'm basically just making one motion now. We talked a little bit about your your start last year and you got to meet Willie mays and everyone had a big deal about the fact that you know Willie himself had a rough start to his big league career. He actually called his dad. Said I want to come home. I know you didn't call your parents to say you wanted to come home but did anything really tell you actually kind of stick in your head. He said just go out there and have fun and play. He said you got here. So do what you did to get here. So I mean helped out a lot and Kana took a lot of pressure off me for sure. Okay and September twenty fifth that. That date must mean something. You definitely does for sure. I'll never forget it. Okay you you actually got an infield hit if I recall correctly in the game and then you came up in a tie game and was it the ninth or tenth inning against a DJ Johnson of the rockies and take us through that at I've missed a couple fastballs early in that bad. And everyone again founded off make their May occur ball and I took it for for ball and I was like okay Was HE GONNA. I went back with another fastball. Without off some like all right maybe that was just for show. He's going to go back. Curveball solid pop up out of his hand that no like if I put a good swing on is up in zone. I can get to it so what happened. Was you hit a walk off homer to beat the rockies The first walk off home of your bigly career ahead. You had some in the minor leagues walk-offs trying to think I don't think I had to walk off and the minor leagues now. I don't think I did What's that feeling like I imagine like some people have said that you know you do something like that especially early in her career in a big game like the playoffs. You don't even really kind of you're not really thinking you're kind of running but you don't really know what happened. And what were you thinking as you were rounding the basis When I hit it so I go up and I'm actually pretty good friends with Sam. Hillier the center fielder in Psalm Ryan back on my car come on now. I have to get out. I feel like I got it and I saw him jump and like I saw where it hit and I was like okay like a finally just like the weight lifted off of me. I don't know I mean I didn't black out through the whole thing. Surprisingly like guy kind of like a note happened though time. So it's pretty and did you. You Sam Hilliard. Our friends from where we play in the folly together two years ago. Okay Yeah did you have any conversations with him about that afterwards? Yeah I actually saw him in the rookie rookie meanings this off season. And he's talking about he's like he's like I knew it was going but I had to make it look like I was going to put on a show. Okay I remember Evan Longoria I mean he had been here for a couple of years before he had even a walk off hit and he said that that was the moment he finally felt like he was a San Francisco giant. Which at the moment. You finally felt that you were a big league ball player or did you not need that. Affirmation I felt like. I don't think I needed that. I just think I needed from like the slump that I was going through this kind of realize like hey like you still got it like just relax and do what you gotta do. This obviously going to be competition here. There's a lot of outfielders in here. You Competition I. I'm very competitive. Always been competitive. Anybody that knows me. They'll tell you that. Yeah very competitive. do anything interesting inside. Go to Aruba this off season Trying to think no not really Went to New York for New Year's. That's my girlfriend's from so we went back into this her friends but Other than that. No you didn't do the time you Times Square thing on us now. Now she was like. You don't WanNa do that. Trust me like it's not worth twelve year. Twelve fourteen hours. And you can't go to the bathroom right exactly so we kind of we're going to go do that. She's like no. I tried to down real quick. So okay well thank you Jalen. I wish you have a really good spring and can't wait to see you out there. Thank you present. The giant splash is a production of the San Francisco. Chronicle support this flash and all of the chronicles great journalism by signing up for a chronicle membership go to SF CHRONICLE DOT COM slash pod that's SF chronicle dot com slash pot.

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Weekend Sports Roundup: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 15

Scoops with Danny Mac

24:10 min | 11 months ago

Weekend Sports Roundup: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 15

"Off off and landing page of the Chris Rea be showing Scoops with Danny mac.com happy to be with you on this well overcast and rainy day in Saint Louis, but we kick off a new week the October 26th 2020 Edition the program. Hope you're having a wonderful day as we will talk a little bit of baseball and a little bit of Mizzou today going to give you some thoughts on a few things going to circle back to something that Dan and I touched on last Thursday. And also set you up for what will be a really really fantastic week excited about some of the guests. We have coming up on the show over the next few days as always if you want to get in touch with us, if you want to get in touch with me tweet me page c h r a b e c h r a b e you can email me Chris at Scoops with Danny mac.com and two scoops with Danny mac.com to get the latest from all of us subscribe. Excuse me, Mack podcast on iTunes Spotify, wherever you listen to podcasts and you will get fresh takes delivered daily to your podcast feet Darren's get a great conversation with Derrick goold of the page this post dispatch today at Scoops with Danny mac.com going to get to some of that and just a moment and then give you some thoughts on the Mizzou Tigers who had another nice win this time over the Kentucky Wildcats in Columbia Mizzou getting ready to take on Florida this weekend, but let's start with the baseball last night in the World Series in Texas the Dodgers afford to win over the Tampa Bay Rays to take a 3-2 lead in the series wage. And Clayton Kershaw was good again, five and two-thirds Innings gave up two runs to walk six strikeouts the Rays threatened and had some opportunities early, but Kershaw was able to get out of them Dodgers doing it with the Home Run. They took a three nothing lead in the second Inning on a jack Peterson home run the race got two in the bottom of the third inning. But then after a Margo walk in the back of the 4th still of three two game, he got to third base after stealing second. I walked a hunter Renfrow the race at first and third with nobody out but Kershaw will get out of trouble of pop up a strikeout and Margo trying to steal home Kershaw cut him down at home plate. So 3 to that's as close as the Rays got another home run from Max Muncy in the top of the fifth inning gave the Dodgers therefore to lead that's how it would end. So the Dodgers an opportunity tomorrow after the off day-to-day to win the World Series and still the topic of conversation is Randy arozarena dead. Get another RBI single last night Derrick goold the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch. You can read my stltoday.com with Dan McLaughlin earlier today on Scoops with Danny mac.com on the Eurozone ran of trains the reaction from around baseball and how the outfielder transformed himself during an unprecedented season 8 a lot of questions as to why that trade happened. I think I think the national level wage at this real sense that you know, there's not a whole lot in ideas to who came back in that trade because right Matthew Liberatore is not yet in the majors. He's a prospect. And so Monday you you got to have to kind of have your eye on the farm to know who came back in that trade. Whereas all eyes are on Randy this October. So get a lot of questions about that. You know, what did Cardinals didn't see and what how could they let this guy go? Does this have staying power? You know, you get that question a lot too or is there anything different about Randy Rhoads r a n u all those all those questions. Of fascinating answers, you know, the the Cardinals traded Rosemary in part because the you know, the Rays wanted to make that deal and right-handed depth in the Outfield. We all know that they were trying to move those guys. They were shopping actively shopping. A lot of right-handed outfielders the race had long-standing interest in Jose Martinez. Wanted to make that deal the Cardinals. We're really really interested in adding to their left-handed depth and wanted to find if they could a significant Prospect and Liberatore is one of the top prep Prospect off the top left handed pitchers out of high school still one of the top left-hand and Prospects who was drafted out of high school. Very young guy a grade Pals with Nolan. Gorman is a lot of folks in st. Louis home. So, you know, it was a fit for the Cardinals and you know to make that deal happen Jose Martinez was obviously the guy that the Tampa targeted but at 2,000 the likelihood of getting Liberatore back or two to make that possible they added in the outfielder. Am I don't know if other outfielders are talked about per se I do know that the the Rays at one point in time and talked to the Cardinals about O'Neill, you know that they had some interest there. I don't know if the Cardinals resisted trading him or if the Ray said we'd rather have a rosary near this time around. But the Cardinals felt add depth so they made that you know, what's changed is I mean roserain is a much bigger guy than the guy who played for the Cardinals off the the story behind that is interesting cuz he dealt with covid-19. He he had a positive test then kept getting positive test. He said he was asymptomatic never felt ill off constantly got you know, your regularly got positive tests for for three weeks a little bit more than three weeks that kept him away from the Rays obviously kept him in quarantine. He couldn't do much they they they tried to deliver her they set up a thing to deliver groceries to him. So he taught himself to cook and he also just did something like something crazy like 300 push-ups a day. Yeah, something like that, right? And so you just built on I mean, he just used the timing quarantine to just build muscle mass. And he did that. I mean he fifteen pounds heavier than when they saw him in spring training. So there's that's obviously any and it's not just like adding fifteen pounds by like just eating quarantine and watching Netflix has it was you know, what he taught himself a cook. It was the lean meals that he taught myself to cook a lot of chicken and rice. He was saying, you know just was able a pack on strength and so he's a different guy than than the one that the car whole sad and then you know, does this have staying power? Well, the guys hit everywhere everywhere everywhere. He's gone. He's hit he's just wage. I mean put him in a league and he's hit there. So, you know, I don't know. I mean the trend says that he's in this spot now he certainly has a lot of confidence and he it's so I think back next year for the Rays. He's going to be a regular and everyday Clarity probably going to hit that is going to hit 360. No, probably not a 20 home runs. Sure. That's that's reasonable. You're cool disease Saint Louis Post-Dispatch. That's on the Randy arozarena trade and also the transformation that arose Arena made when he was unable to be on the field and you know, I mentioned this with Dan a couple of days ago last Thursday as we were having our normal Thursday chat the amount of players and the quality of players that get traded away released or otherwise exiled if that's the term you want to use from Big League teams, and it's easy to focus on Eros Arena right now because he is the topic of conversation not just for Cardinals fans, but for the baseball world, but if you go around the teams say just in the National League Central and I went back to 2015 offseason after the 2015 season the last five years up until this year and compiled a list of all the players that each team in the National League central bank has lost be a trade free agency waivers or otherwise, so I'll run through those right now because I gave a couple of the names with Dan but this is just to give you an idea of the caliber of Players Club. That have been moved on from by each team in the division will start with the Cardinals and their position players. All right. So again trade free agency waivers guys. They've each team in the National League central has parted ways with going back to 2015 Cardinals position players. And this is a no particular order perhaps by transaction order but Jason Heyward jahns J J. Jerko, Jose Martinez, Matt Adams aledmys Diaz Randal grichuk Stephen piscotty, Tommy Pham Carson Kelly Luke Voit magnor, Sierra, Marshall Ozuna and Randy arozarena. So obviously some of those guys like Randy arozarena shipped out via trade others leaving via free agency, but that is a pretty staggering the position players from a pitching perspective. Luke Weaver, Trevor Rosenthal Mike Myers. Lancelin, Marco Gonzales, Sandy, Alcantara Michael Wacha. So there's the list of pitchers wage. Don't have parted ways with via trade free agency or otherwise and again a pretty impressive list Cubs list as we go through the teams in the National League Central and the players they have parted ways. Now this is pretty impressive because the number of guys the Cubs traded while they were, you know, competing for the World Series or the number of guys they they've lost is I think even more staggering than I even realized. So from a position player standpoint Starlin Castro Dan vogelbach Dexter Fowler Jorge Solaire. Hi Mark Candelaria dobar Torres, Billy McKinney Eloy Jimenez. Also John J. Tommy. Lastella, Daniel Murphy. And Nick Castellanos the position players the Cubs have moved down from from a pitching standpoint Joe Smith the reliever with the Astros Brett Anderson, Dylan cease Drew smyly Mike Montgomery Carl Edwards, Jr. Brandon kintzler our oldest Chapman Cole Hamels and Pedro strop off the Brewers from a position player. Standpoint. Jean Segura, Chris Davis Lewis Brinson ji-man, Choi Brett Philips. There's a connection from the other night with Tampa Jonathan Villar Mike Moustakas. Jonathan scope Domingo, Santana, Jesus Aguilar Mauricio. Dubon Trent Grisham. Yasmani. Grandal from a pitching standpoint Jeremy Jeffress song Smith like Parker Tyler Webb Wade, Miley Drew smyly again and Zach Davies now the Reds and Pirates are interesting case study dog. Because they have both made big trades and they have made trades to potentially kick-start a rebuild, but then they have gone on the other side of those trades and acquired players that you wouldn't necessarily think you would acquire if you were in the midst of rebuild. So here's the Reds list position players Todd Frazier Jay Bruce Walker Adam Duvall Jeter Downs. shed long Taylor Trammell on Scott Moss a pitching list Aroldis Chapman Tanner Rainey Josiah gray and Kevin gausman for the Pirates guys that they have moved out position players Andrew McCutchen Austin Meadows Jordan luplow Corey Dickerson and Starling Marte, so that would seem to be a team that's in the midst of a rebuilt. Right? It seems it's trying to send guys out the pitching. Gerrit Cole Charlie, Morton Francisco, Liriano again, Tyler Webb Tony Watson Daniel Hudson, Tyler glasnow Jordan Lyles So like the Pirates were at the intersection of potentially wanting to rebuild and trading Gerrit Cole to the Houston Astros trading Andrew McCutchen away. But then also sending Austin Meadows and All-Star last year and Tyler glasnow started two games in the world series for the Rays to Tampa for Chris Archer. So they've been kind of caught at that intersection of Are We rebuilding or are we trying to acquire players to win now? The Reds the same way, I mean, they traded Jeter downs and wage. I agree shed long and Taylor Trammell last year in the deal to you know, pick up the guys from the Dodgers and also Trevor Bauer so I'm in now and they got the playoffs this year with Trevor Bauer, but they also traded away some of the best prospects including Taylor Trammell and baseball. So, what's the line? And I completely understand the just Spotlight that is on Randy arozarena and how that really magnifies maybe some of the deals with Cardinals have made over the last few years. Rosarina. I think was the piece that the raise wanted in that deal to get Matthew Liberatore and my stance has always been that way. It's the other deals the Luke Voit to New York the Matt Adams some of some of the trades with guys under control when your rationale for the moves has been that we need. Give opportunity to other guys. Well, you can still keep players on your roster that are under control guys that around the 40-man guys that Still have option years you can still keep them on the roster. rather than just moving them for the sake of moving them but Again, something that I think every Club deals with and as we read the names and and go through the list, I mean even the Brewers list. Go through the list of guys that each team that there's all stars on. All of those lists get each team in the division has parted ways with whether it be via trade or free agency get each team has moved on from the Cardinal certainly aren't alone. In that respect but they have moved down from some guys who you would think at least with what they're doing with their current teams could immediately and drastically impact them most significant area of weakness. So again Derrick goold with Dan McLaughlin check out the full interview with Derek and Dan at Scoops with Danny mac.com Schnucks rewards one more reason to love Schnucks home get the app that gets you Schnucks rewards the Schnucks Rewards app allows you to earn points every time you shop for money off your next purchase, but there's so much more in the app to simplify shopping for instance. You can get exclusive digital savings including over 100 new digital coupons every week. The shopping list helps. Keep you organized at items on the go plus you can share it recipes not make meal planning easy search for recipes by ingredients and add them to your shopping list. Go to Schnucks, and check out more about the app that gets you Schnucks rewards the Schnucks Rewards app download it on the app store or Google play. The Schnucks Rewards app rewards you for shopping at Schnucks aren't impressive Mizzou win. I think to say the least on Saturday. Is they beat Kentucky and a couple of things that stood out to me? We'll talk a little Mizu later this week, but just some thoughts on the win and on the way they were able to win first of all the unpredictability of the schedule and I think that it's been talked about and stated before and we've talked about how football coaches are perhaps the most regimented and scheduled people on the planet and so much thought to the point that they'll sleep in their offices and really not lead healthy lives because of the way that they go about trying to structure and and trying to plan and trying to execution on a day-to-day and week-to-week basis. So with the unpredictability of the schedule and some of the positive tests we've seen that have come out and have come out in the SEC Mizzou has been thrown into a situation where you don't know what the schedule to bring. You don't know what the next round of testing will bring right. So missoula's had to be kind of fluid in in their preparation and getting ready for just about anyone. So yeah the nice win over LSU you do it in one style. You throw throw throw counter based like was fantastic and then you prepare for a Kentucky team after you don't play Vanderbilt and a much different style of Kentucky team Kentucky team that you haven't beaten and took some time and you do it in a different way. You hold onto the ball you limit Kentucky's possessions. You don't turn the ball over you run run run. Larry Roundtree was unbelievable. Connor beige black plays an entire different style of football game and you win in a much different way a much more methodical way. This was in this is the thing that maybe drives me the most crazy and football whether it's the NFL or college is that you know, think about a couple of years ago the Barry Odom team that had Georgia on the ropes that should have beaten, Georgia at home, but you did not adapt. You did not adapt to the situation into the environment. You did not adapt to the opponent. And while you were up big on Georgia at home going down stretch instead of trying to use the clock and the situation to your advantage. You kept running your offense. You kept moving at the same Pace, you kept executing and you kept getting plays off with, you know, the same amount of time on the play clock you did not take the situation into account. I think that every team could benefit by having a common sense management coordinator like you could literally hire a guy who's find like the best Esports the best Madden player in the country in higher that guy to sit in the Press Box and say, okay, we're up by Thirteen points. There's eight minutes left. This is how many first downs we need. This is how much time we should snap the ball on the play clock with this is how much time Time we should run it down with but teams don't do that. And I think oftentimes had coaches who have the time outs in their back pocket and are so consumed with every aspect of the game. I read maybe you know, it gets a little too much for them. And what happened at Mizzou game against Georgia is they kept running the hurry-up offense, they kept snapping the ball with a ton of time left on the clock and mathematically mathematically. They did not take into account the situation and how they could use the situation to their advantage. They did not do that. And I'm already in the small sample size. So impressed by Eli drinkwitz in his ability to take the situation into account and use it to their advantage. And what did miss you do on a Saturday? They played a completely different style of game. They played a clock management style of game they converted on third down. They limited Kentucky's opportunities. They used the game and they use the situation to their advantage and that's something that not enough teams do like I'm a Bears fan and a month ago the Bears play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football. The Bears were down a punt it away. They needed a field goal to go up. They gave the ball back to Tampa with More than two minutes left. In Tampa in the situation instead of running the ball using clock forcing the Bears to use their time outs. They threw the ball and they stop the clock and they gave the ball back to the Bears in an age age is situation was unbelievable. I just don't understand why more teams can't use commonsense. Maybe we need a common sense coordinator. Like a lot of it's just math. A lot of it is literally just math. Here's how much time is left. Here's the time outs. They have here's what we need. If we get a first down mathematical here is how much time we can take off the clock but teams don't do that. They don't do that. So in an era in sports where I think it's so often hard to adapt long and hard to you know, become a chameleon and try to fit different situations. I give you a drink with a ton of credit and you know what they did when they didn't necessarily know who they're going to play when they're going to play where they're going to play so hats off to eat. I drink went to Mizzou a really really impressive win in a really really impressive ability to adapt. I'll talk a little more Mizzou later this week Ryan Kelly. The home loan expert is one of the great sponsors of the program and Scoops with Danny mac.com. And right now Faith is a perfect time to learn about a home loan refinance. You hear the word all the time, but maybe you don't even know what you're doing. Essentially you're redoing your loan. So in terms of your first choice mortgage your retooling your loan the home loan expert is paying off your current loan and giving you a brand new loan. You can decide the term thirty years. 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