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"mike scioscia" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"mike scioscia" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"And you'll be okay. And I think that, you know, that's obviously what core is done with dalbec, they weren't planning to kind of move them and he's kind of picked things up and, you know, he'll probably drop down again and pick things back up again and just as as guys do in the beginning of their career until things even out, but I don't know, I just don't know if putting Duran into like the leadoff spot when they've had such little. Yeah, it's such a big role in, you know, I don't know. I do Wonder Too how much is number Polar Park? Seems to be an immensely friendly with a friendly park with how many homeruns they've had. So, you know, maybe those numbers are slightly inflated, so, I don't know. I mean, he will be up, he'll be up by the end of the season. I just don't know if it's off. Be like early July or like, they'll just be like, you know, what place, where the Olympics play for Mike Scioscia in the Olympics on a really big stage with, you know, a lot of these veteran guys that are, you know, retired now and then we'll call you up and, you know, alongside trust is just in classes too and then we'll call you up. So I don't know. I'm kind of leaning that way but again, I wouldn't necessarily be surprised if it's early July. I kind of waffling here but, you know, and the other thing Jen, sorry to cut you off there, but that's all I do on this project but off the Red Sox are not a team that you would think would be too obsessed with starting to talk. I mean, there was a lot of talking back when T over and things about starting the clock and the Red Sox wanted to be pretty careful about how they did that. But are they still concerned about when you start the major league clock on a player like that? I think that they're always mindful of it. But I mean I I think, you know, I think at this point He's going to come up, you know, sooner than sooner than later. So, you know, what's a month, really are a month or two months, you know, or month and half? So I don't think that that's necessarily like a, a driving Factor here. Now, if they were like, oh, we're not calling them up until you know, April of next year, then you kind of be scratching your head. Like, that's you know what's going on there. But I'm it all indications are that he's going to be up at some point this summer. Probably no later than, like, April 15th, right? August August, I knew it yet. But the other thing to keep in mind is that's not necessarily for financial it is. But long-term, the reason you have to be mindful of the clock as they caught what service is service time and player control. How long does the team get an extra year of control of the player? Wait to call them up and that's why I'm All maps. Right? So anything else on your plate? Yeah. Just that Tampa series the Yankees this weekend. So I'm yeah. First time Yankees are back at at Fenway since with fans,.

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"mike scioscia" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"mike scioscia" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"And I think there's still some work to be done by the way and I think the Red Sox think that too. I mean, the power numbers are eye-opening and you know, he went on to this Olympic qualifying team and everybody for Mike Scioscia to Todd Frazier said he was basically the most impressive player on the team and he's an impact player at the big league level today. And I think that's true, but I also think the Red Sox are being very smart and high in bloom believes that so deeply in the process of development and it's pictures, not not skipping wage. Steps and not skipping developmental levels. But with a position player, like like Jared Duran, the defense does need Improvement and if you look a little deeper, the strike out, numbers are still a little bit alarming. Some of the context of can be a little bit of a problem but there's no question. They have a real special player, the question just becomes when is the right time to do it and and you know I think let's say the Rays went and crazy and and watch the Red Sox found themselves seven or eight games back in in a couple of weeks. Maybe maybe then you push a little harder and say we gotta try this and figure this out. I don't think they're there yet. I think in some ways that you play better and you're above expectations early in the season, gives you a little time to be patient and to let Jeremy and struggle down there. Have a slump come out of it because you don't really want to learn how to struggle a major league level. We've seen so many examples of how that is just not the ideal way to do it so there's no he's close. I think it could be any time now, frankly. But I don't think it's like Alex Cora and high and bloomer. In conversations every day about is, today the day that Jared Duran comes up, I would say, sometime around the All-Star, break would be a fair marker to say. Let's, let's go see what this kid can do. All right, Ryan Weber was recalled, excuse me. He was sent down DF 8 on Monday. And speaking of one of the players that I think had some trouble, not initially, certainly initially, he had an incredible power surge, Michael Chavis was recalled on Monday, but then once the pictures and once the organization's caught up to Chavis home, really fell off quite a bit now is, do you think he's ready to start to maybe have that second or third surge? Where he's adjusted on his own made? And the coaching staff and the organization is worked enough where he can become a real part of contributing in, you know, as we look towards the second half of the season, I think that's to be determined. I mean, I think Michael, I think we suck. In baseball, World want everyone to be a perfect player because you get used to Xander Bogaerts and Rafi, Devers, and Vladimir Guerrero and shohei ohtani and not, everybody is that and down there is no question that Michael still needs to work on catching up to high fastballs..

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"mike scioscia" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

05:53 min | 8 months ago

"mike scioscia" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"Nokia movie a long time ago. Did this is his second live-action Pinocchio, which is interesting the first the first one he played Pinocchio. Yeah in in his version this one month, he plays Geppetto. Okay, that's smarter. Yes, yes makes a little bit more sense. Seeing as how he's a full grown man. Yeah, let's start there. Right? So I did, you know at least a month like like this one a lot better than his last live-action Pinocchio, but honestly the thing that makes this movie more than anything is the make-up the make-up. Okay. What's the name that oh my God, they make up like this takes me back like to you know, like the old eighties movies and like kids stuff like that like Jim Henson and like creature shops and a fair wage and like when it was real and you're not just like oh that's just the G someone did I'm a computer to like layer over somebody like they make Pinocchio like his skin looks like would like it looks like these straight carved out of a vlog everything all the different creatures and it's like just everything is so amazing. So if I know death in the cosplay Community out there like you guys probably dead. At least a passing interest in make-up and effects and things like that and costumes the it's also nominated for best costumes. So I mean if you guys are ended just that kind of crap that all this movie is definitely worth luxury. Ye is just mind-blowing and it's one of those things where like you had to be in the makeup chair for probably hours and hours and hours, but it looks so good. So is the minor CGI in there and you can definitely stands out like a sore thumb but all but all the Practical stuff just is like, oh my God. So it's you think it's going to go well in the Oscars. Do you think it'll win? Do you think this is makeup and special you would be highly surprised if this wage doesn't win for makeup? Okay, the costumes were good. But you know costumes there's always up between whatever. Pieces are up there and you know things that people don't we're in the Modern Age and whoever the major Fashion Icon behind it created the costumes Cindy decided to create all the costumes for the Sasha bulb or we saw the documentary. What documentary was that do we talk about that on the air? Oh God. What was that called? I don't know. Oh my God. That was so good. It was a good documentary. We could literally watched to see here's our problem is we watch stuff like while we're working after know like right after we do the show. Oh, that's true. We we literally like I don't know. We just watched so many things like the day we do the show and then it's like a whole week goes by and we're like, oh, I don't know we watched it's like no we literally watched really good stuff. Yeah Sunday after two nights. We're totally watching everything was a documentary on the process of Designing for it was not Dolce Gabbana. I cannot what it was now. I know they would have mentioned the number five more. I have no idea I D or Christian Dior. Okay, I think it was easier. Okay. So this documentary we're right about the name by by by the account here. I'll do it. Wonderfully. It went into it went into like the behind-the-scenes of how a fashion show runs between there's different types of designers. There's designers that they'll be using safety pins and bobby pins and and fabric minutes before a mod. Is walking onto the runway and they'll just like pin stuff together and that's kind of how this designer was. He was asked by D or to head up the next Runway to host the next wage. They show he had eight weeks to basically not only create outfits, but he had to had to use the D or way of making clothes and the D or way of making a fashion show is by using all these women that have been hand making clothes for D or for like years is like years and they they take Serious pride in handmade and hand-sewn and it's just absolutely wild to know that like, that's how high fashion stuff works. So it was really cool to see a designer basically lose his mind because he's having to rewire his brain dead. Of the doorway and he's like I'm not used to you know, sending off designs and waiting for them to come back and then you know being unhappy with like how the silk was printed or something. Yeah. It's absolutely crazy details and I knew this cat was going to do this and I am running across which is on a wireless Mike Scioscia do this. I think I save an avalanche from a cat just owning it but you just the whole process of this documentary was really cool just because you got to see a game designer freak out about changing his ways of Designing and instead of being able to just glue Fabrics together seconds before a model goes down a Runway. He had to actually adjust to the DMV customs of being able to like no you actually need a full-on outfit that has buttons and zippers and no loose threads and and they also had the design birth. Room. All right. Well,.

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"mike scioscia" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"mike scioscia" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"But yeah, I think he was definitely one of my favorites and let's see. I think recently Dave Roberts is definitely one of the real good guys and all of sports, you know in his position. They may be able to interview Mike Scioscia. He was always great, you know, when he was Angels manager for such a long time. She baked her. Oh, yeah, you know when? Dusty of course was unfortunately not a local guy, you know, he was always either the Giants, you know, he was you know, Washington the Nationals and of course most recent Nashville's and the Cubs. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Dusty was always great. I remember going into his office at Dodger Stadium when he was in the opposing locker room and interviewing him and you know, he's always been a good guy, real real easy to interview real easy to talk with and yeah, he was he's definitely one of my favorites as well when you talk about universally Phil Jackson was a was he was he was fun to interview but yet, you know, very syrebral. You know, he he had to go dry sense of humor at times Pat Riley home. Yeah you and you mentioned you made baseball announcer baseball managers, you mentioned baseball managers, you know, you mentioned so she mentioned Lasorda so it it seems like you're more influenced by baseball managers supposed to coaches, why wage? About that too. Like why why well, I think overall if you ask me what my favorite sport is, I would say baseball baseball is definitely my favorite. Of course, I'd like all the major sports I grew up in Hawaii so long hockey wasn't a big thing for me because you know hockey and Hawaii. I don't know that doesn't really match but yeah only spends hockey. I guess. I'm just kidding with his Lakers Rams for like seems when I was growing up but baseball was always my favorite Dodgers were always number one in in my heart. But yeah, I guess I'm actually more baseball Dodgers have had quite a few managers over the years stability right now, finally with Dave Roberts, but let's see other sports package at Riley before I cut you off. So, I'm sorry about that. Of course, I wasn't I wasn't here during the showtime era, but I didn't what you weren't. I'm not that old cool Hello know but actually I did interview Pat Riley in Hawaii. He was there doing a speech motivational speaking at at this event and after he was done..

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"mike scioscia" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"mike scioscia" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Feel like invincible so for so for most people when they contemplate retirement your body is telling you it's beaten down your back hurts you're tired of the drive you know you look at your retirement you're like you know I've just I don't love the job anymore my job is changing I get were pro athletes are like the money's great I'm thirty six now in Brady's case is forty two but he he didn't get hit much Tom had one injury in his career like you get or Tom wakes up in the morning is like Hey listen man I had four thousand yards last year with no receivers I get where athletes are like what why would I why would I retire I mean if they did an anti aging pill if if if there was an anti aging pill and I could feel like this for the next twenty five years it doesn't matter if I'm AT what whatever tire if I feel like this why would I retire so athletes it's hard to retire because generally you make that decision once the season's over so football players not getting hit he never feels better then like April March April that's when Brady feels is very best we had to make a decision March fifteenth so March fifteenth Thomas like obviously been great I don't I've got no aches and pains I get it it's just it's a different dynamic with pro athletes you know you know what is your if you're gonna retire even if there's going to be a to a physical component joy when you're done like you'll be just tired of the driver deal you'll wake up one morning you're like I'm exhausted yeah but I have a whole plan you do yeah I mean eventually you have to transition in this business you know you have to have all what your plan is it is it secret of it is you know get my own network one day in mixtures rather be like Oprah yeah as of that plan sure you can come to my at my house in Hawaii I'm not sure well you know if you have them that's pretty good so Mike Scioscia ski coach Katy I'm all excited for that will be joining us tomorrow on a Thursday I got a knock on wood here folks it's been five ten thirteen shows with no sports and I'm just so proud of our team and our staff enjoy in everybody I think we've been fairly entertaining I know there's not a lot out there but we've got coach K. tomorrow and a couple ranted in get to today so we hope to see you tomorrow thanks so much for choosing us in LA it's the herd with today's health concerns it's more important than ever to take care of your body that means.

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Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia says he won't be back for 2019

Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia says he won't be back for 2019

"In the season. Finale just to give you a recap again around baseball today. Rockies leading the nationals twelve nothing. Dodgers beat the giants. Fifteen nothing. They'll play each other tomorrow, the dodgers and Rockies will to decide the National League. West title brewers lead. The Tigers ten nothing cubs on the cardinals ten to four. So it looks like they'll play for the National League central division crown tomorrow and Mike socia- stepping down as angels manager. Longest tenured skipper in baseball. He was hired at the end of the nineteen ninety nine

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