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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Said that the pants theater dull Burger started thinking larger with bigger names that could pick larger venues. Like Pink Floyd at Milwaukee County Stadium. Al Burger was instrumental in contacting Pink Floyd. The management they said, Sorry. We have no room to be blunt. We have no desire to cover more a city major acts considered a fly over a town they could pass by on their way to bigger places like Chicago. Dull Burger wore him down. Finally said Congratulations. You have pink Floyd, and they met him at the airport with full pop pop and Stein's of beer instead of the girls in the short skirts and the rock and roll stuff, And I guess the Roger Waters and the crew were very taken by that other major acts would follow, impressed by daydreams agree ability when it came time to book brand new bands and relatively unknown performers known in the biz as Baby X. Let's say okay, you want, um Lurie, but you've got to take a band called Fleetwood Mac, you know, and you've got to give them their start. You've got to take a Billy Joel or Bruce Springsteen. These were all baby X. That's right. Springsteen baby egg when he came to Milwaukee in the fall of 1975 to do a short the Uptown theater on the North side. Concert that some say to this day is the greatest one ever done here. The bomb scare show are you lose? The two went their separate ways in some of the eight McKell rest, starting start a productions. Dull burgers sold during on solo, doing just fine until he decided to book what even a musical knowledge would consider a certain sell out at the time. A relatively new and certainly red hot.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The morning or in the afternoon. Listen to how Debbie says Highway 100 if she drops a highway 100 100 100 on highway 101 101 100. Yes. New Berlin. You remember it? It's Berlin, Germany, but its new Berlin New Berlin like that, OK? Is it true Berlin or New Berlin? New Berlin, right right, because it's not Berlin, Germany. Right? Berle. It's Berlin, Germany. Not Berlin, Germany. Exactly Okay. And one year and then they got a whole list here. This is this's gold. This is gold. Here's one. What about Thie City for which Steve's graffiti was mayor? This is a tricky one. It is the city of Oak Creek. Oh creek, But I do this to all the time. Oh Creek O Apostrophe Creek like it was settled by the Irish Ho. Let's go over down there and visit Steve's graffiti in Oak Creek. Now it's Oak Creek Oak. Creek. It's hard to say They also reference West Alice not to be confused with Wes Scala's okay. That is a good one as well. Honorable mentions go, too. Oh, that's Yeah, Bubbler. We know that. Milwaukee County Stadium was always County Stadium. Yes, that's good. Seal you and then I'II Cockney like that Never got old County Stadium That's good Grand Avenue Mall. Something grand evident. Molly Morris, the shops of Grand Avenue. The journal People still call the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The journal You never hear it called the Sentinel. Or the Sentinel Sentinel. Cole's department store. Okay, there is a name. There is a name in our community that has been pronounced wrong. It is wrong. Wrong. Wrong. I've heard some very smart people pronounce it wrong and I'll tell you what it is. When we come back. This is a good list. I like this list night rolls off. You're listening to W T. M. J Nights Get Game Day ready with Wayne in Larry a quick turnaround this week for the green and gold. The team.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Into September October, um but, like, even as a kid, I kind of remember doing we used to have these like I'm sure your kids do at school to like the Halloween parade where you show up in costume and get like a half day. You know, after lunch, All the parents are there to do a parade, then class party or something like that. But some of those I think I recall being really like these were hot. Wait October. I know that it was hot because I can't remember it being Sunday. I mean, we didn't outdoor parade. It's changed. I'm telling you guys, my Halloween scopes. I go, Kenobi and significantly older than you. Ah, my Halloween We would have to throw on a layer to go out at night. You are you a Halloween guy, But this is something we know. Nothing ate away came here. What year do you What? What point your life do you stop trick or treating? Stop trick or treating seven. Great now and you're not getting into the iffy area here will see. I was a high school. I was a high school and have a little brother so I would trick or treat with him, But I don't think my school I don't know that I was taking candy that my crew, my San Diego, my crew, but But my boys were a year older, So when they hit ninth grade, they bailed out which meant in eighth grade. I didn't have my homeys in the neighbourhood. Teo took a treat with so I bailed out in eighth grade for us. We would throw the mascot when you go to house there. Like how old are you? Well, dude, come on. Now. Call it the Larry. David. You know it right? Incredible. I forgot. 17 year old girls, no cost. You come to the door there like circuitry. He's like, What is this? He's like, What is it was a guess entry, and he's like, no, I'm not going on giving you anything. Remember in the next morning goes out to get the paper turns around, they spray paint across his double doors. The words bald in spray, paint it across his door, double doors, But he's a good man, But I got a great tasting curve yesterday. Did Assassin I've been rewatching, The Sopranos. I told you, dude, and there's a scene where they're clearly doing a promotion in The Sopranos for Kirby. Easy as really, so They're sitting the other doing like a cross promotion. Where somebody sitting there watching TV and it dude, it's Uncle Jun's Uncle Joon sitting there with Bobby Baccala. He's watching. He's watching curved units were Let get this. Get this. They call attention to it. And where letter where Larry and Jeff were arguing about something in the episode, and Uncle Joon goes Is that me? And you know Larry and Jeff to him and Bobby baccala, which is insane. I was dying. I could not believe I was like, I don't even think about that last bit. He and he and Larry have a lot of lot of ah, common features that it spent. I would've great cross promo. And by the way to answer your question the week between that epic three week stretching Candlestick where Fred Dean beats the Cowboys. Rolling Stones hit Candlestick and then Fred Dean beats the Rams the weekend between ready for this. Not only did the Niners go to play the Green Bay Packers, but copes you ready? Yeah. Played him at Milwaukee County Stadium. The Packers used to play at least one game a year down in Milwaukee. Quote unquote for the big city folks, you know, to kind of give the big city folks a taste of you come up to Green Bay. No, they used to do that. And buy that game was 47 degrees on October 18 1981. Niners went 13 to 3. John. The only touchdown scored by running back and you got to be a You've got to be a whole head. You've got to be a head to remember Johnny Davis, the running back on the 1981 team. Who winds up getting kind of phased out a little bit later because they go toe to Ricky Patton later on in the inn in the season. So anyway, great detail. Great little memory. Milwaukee County Stadium 13 to 3. They get double follow upon on Freddy, by the way, so I know he was an early see or you guess you was. He was a mid season trade right? Yeah, I mean, they traded for him. What? So week, 536 weeks, six weeks every week. If they were three and two, and then that Tuesday, Monday or Tuesday that week, they acquired him. And then he came up to San Francisco. They threw the pads on. He went out and terrorize. All right. Yes, You're right. You talk about the mid season, NFL traded his rare and I say we see more of them now in the last couple years, you should a few because no guys ask out. Rightly Jalen Ramsey was talking with Marcus about that this morning. He said his back was hurt last year. Look, I can't play my back. So the sad Ament in Jacksonville was gonna get traded. He played that week. Who's come here this year. We'll see man and that they forced me to make a prediction on this game to we'll have to get into that. All right. We'll get into the 40 Niners. It's a super fun Friday. Everybody should be sizzling hot this weekend. Not exactly Ah, cowboys 40 Niners 58 degrees Kickoffs here. So are you ready for a forecast? My friend? Yeah, I'll do a forecast with you. Me, too. Me too. And once again time myself up into a knot here, But we'll see Maybe our first fight then of the week we've been talking fights talking forecast. I know you've gotta have, like No third parties Just fight for four hours. That's what Marcus on the air. You can't do that. I can't do that. Okay, so fun Friday. Niners Rams this week Baseball still ramping up towards the world. Siri's. It's going to be a good one man. It's the Murph in Max. You can be one of 45 and 6 80 sports leader. Griffin that podcasts are available now on Spotify by searching KNBR sports leader of a Chilton auto body Traffic desk. We do.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Nancy's out here today. Oh, well, okay. Ruling from Eric and Vince, are we gonna allow Bill Huggins to take Nancy spot? Do you think we should I'm 100% Okay with that. I believe, build integrity and No doubt about it. Okay. I'm still salty about his education on the We're car, but no more than anybody should know about hot dog cards from from that last one. So, Bill, it looks like you're going to be in now. Here's an item that that Was gonna be in the which ended higher and it didn't make the cut. John L. Patty Driscoll signed 1958 Bears Team card sold for $450 in the May oxen. Penny Driscoll died in 1968 at the age of 73. He was like a quarterback halfback back at the time when you you know, it was in the old days when one of his highlights is he was the best. Drop kicker of his day. When was the last time there was a drop kick in in a pro football game? I wonder when that Wass remember Flutie. Doug Flutie kicked an extra point doing that that might have been the last foot about that's very possible. But he was one of the best players in the NFL. He played from 1920 29. He played for the Chicago Cardinals and the Bears and went to Northwestern. Elected to the Hall of Fame in 65 College Football Hall of Fame in 74. He also coached for the Bears, so that was kind of interesting, but it didn't make the cut for which ended higher. So it's a It's tough. It's tough to make the cut for that. That's all I can say about that. What now you can tweet my Twitter ideas. T Crown Tom And if you like, you can tweet a picture of an item that you think might be valuable to my attention either. During the week or during the show, we'll try to use it on the show Wally on Twitter. This was kind of interesting but not really valuable tweeted a picture of his surf certification of my presence at Milwaukee County Stadium. Friday night, August 11th 1961 for Warren spans 300. The victory to toe won over the Cubs. This was about the size of a driver's license. That he had? No. I had seen a scorecard from that game with that little driver's license size thing on Ly sold for like 50 $51 on eBay. So that really valuable but still pretty cool. That's a that's a neat memento. Like if you have a little bar room in your house. That's anything tohave by the bar. You know that Getsem some drunken conversation. It's something I don't know. Words find and 300 wins or whatever he actually I think he ended up with Over 3 50. We had a A lot of career wins and speaking of Lefty Hall of Famers. He wasn't my friend. But I had a mime as a guest three different times and talk to him on the phone. A bunch weighty. Ford passed away and he was such a good storyteller. Unbelievable. But he was 91. And men. Some of the baseball players that we're playing when I was a kid that's passed away lately. You get him and Bob Gibson Brack L K line. It's like Man. It's brutal, but you know one of the things that Whitey Ford told the story, and so I believe in it. He said that he's the guy who gave Pete Rose the nickname Charlie Hustle, apparently It was during a spring training game. I think before Pete Rose, it must have been spring training the 63 if if that was the first major league games that Rose actually played. Cause they were somebody hit a long home run..

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Okay, I'm gonna try to, uh Try to control my anger here a little bit. You're my friend and I should say anger, my frustrations. Avoided this boil over last night when it was happening in Cleveland. I think White Sox fans, for the most part are pretty angry. You know, the White Sox were kind of limping to the finish, right? Um, hopefully they can flip the switch teams teams are I think they play each other, so someone's gonna look halfway healthy. Yeah, right. Right. Something's gonna go, too. And one some time ago, wanted to probably you know what? By the way, the White Sox hit their overview. Bet the White Sox over you headed cubs were sitting at Cubs need to win the series to hit the over, boy, and it looked like a lock a week ago, didn't it? You were playing Pittsburgh playing Pittsburgh Pittsburgh for we'll get to that part will get to the North side. But I think White Sox fans are pretty angry, and I was definitely frustrated last night and you know Gergo says only one time. Can he really remember his group where Coach put them in a bad spot? Right? Used to always tell me that you remember the scenario in the coach. Apologize. 1993 plane to Miami Dolphins. You put us in the defence work. We're going to lose. Every time we were in that defense. I went back and we watched the game again. It was a Milwaukee County stadium. And so you're go says in Waddle and the guys who played all the time. You know, even if you played it a reasonably high level what you really want out of your coach. Is for them to not put you in positions to fail, right? You know you are a coach Kinda has to that. This is the hard part of being a coach being a manager. It's not just access a nose or what the book says. You know, it's Putting everything that you know everything together that you know about the game. All your experiences. And then you combine that with all the data and you start to think You've gotta process it quickly. It's a hard job. That's why they get paid. Well, you've got to process all this. Let me think about putting my players In the best position to succeed. And there is just no way anybody Can say. That calling on Carlos Roden in the seventh inning with the bases loaded yesterday. To get out of that jam with white socks for protecting a 31 lead. That Ricky Renteria put him in the best position to succeed. There's just no way I can't sit here and say I can't say to you today. Well, a manager has to be able to trust his players to get out. I can't say that to you here today. Carlos Rodin is for the most part of career starter called Carlos Rodin has appeared in a game out of the bullpen in like six years. Right? Maybe since his rookie year 2015 was the last time you started. He's a starter. Who's had the man's a starter who's had nothing but injuries unfortunate last couple years and hasn't pitched in weeks. And you summon him in high leverage situation against a team that has had its way with you on the road with the bases loaded. There's just no way that is putting your guys in the best position to succeed. Why did he not go to Eren? Bummer there. You pitched Darren Bummer. An inning later. That's a job much more suited for Aaron Bomber. Now, if you say Well, what wearing whatever interest I don't even know I don't try. I do. I do know. In theory, he was saying them for full any Aaron Bummer wanted that He pitched the next inning and then he said, Put it on me. He pitched in everything I said, Put it on me. I was saving bummer for a full inning. Does that make sense? Aaron Bummer hadn't pitched in forever. If you're saving him for a full inning because you want to work him back slowly. Why is it different with Carlos for down? Why are you not putting your player or your team in the best position to succeed? Is Carlos for Don your best left handed hitter there and I get wanting to flip Cesar Hernandez around like that makes sense. Fine. Cordero gets a minute jam you want left because you've got back to back switch hitter is coming up and you want to flip Cesar Hernandez around because the numbers are better from the left side of the plate. Fine. That's your best option. A guy that's not a reliever. A guy that hasn't pitched in months. I don't understand it. The decisions that have been made by Ricky Renteria in the last week are Head scratching and frustrating, and he was not putting his team in the best position to succeed. At least he owned it afterwards. Like your ghost story says, OK, put that one on me. If you hear some of that commonness magical. Yeah, I doom Jerry. If Nick magical We're like an inch taller. He makes the catch. He might not be talking about this. Here's rectory on why he brought rode on and we're gonna find out with two outs. It was gonna be a opportunity for him Do working out. Obviously, he didn't get it again. Hernandez just got over. Turkey. And he took me to work out of it obviously.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Happened today in sports history on I R radio. What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. August 26th. We'll start off today in 1971, where Bobby, or signs of a five year contract with the Boston Bruins worth $1 million. It would be the first million dollar contract in NHL history. Today In 1987 Paul Molitor has his hitting streak and at 39 straight games. His Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cleveland Indians one Nothing in 10 innings. Molitor went oh for four and could have had another at bat to extend his hitting streak, But pinch hitter Rick Manning drove in the game winning run in the 10th inning. Molitor would have been the next batter. The hometown fans in Milwaukee County Stadium. We're more interested in the hit streak in the dramatic, walkoff win and food Manning as he walked off the field and finally, let's wish a happy birthday to Houston Rockets superstar the beard James Harden. Born today in Los Angeles in 1989, he won the MBA Most Valuable Player award in 2018. It is a three time n ba scoring champion and one of the most exciting players on the court in the N B. A Happy birthday, Mr Harden. Now, you know today in sports history on I Heart radio, then Welcome back Dan O'Donnell show. I Realized just now that I forgot to give you the sizzling summer cash contest, word of the hour. I apologize.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on KTRH

"What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. August 26th. We'll start off today in 1971, where Bobby or signs a five year contract with the Boston Bruins. Worth $1 million. It would be the first million dollar contract. NHL history today in 1987 Paul Molitor has his hitting streak and at 39 straight games. His Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cleveland Indians one Nothing in 10 innings. Molitor went oh for four and could have had another at bat to extend his hitting streak, but pinch hitter Rick Manning drove in the game winning run in the 10th inning. Molitor would have been the next batter the hometown fans in Milwaukee County Stadium. We're more interested in the hit streak in the dramatic, walkoff win and food Manning as he walked off the field and finally, let's wish you a happy birthday to Houston Rockets superstar The beard James Harden, born today in Los Angeles in 1989. He won the MBA Most Valuable Player award in 2018 and is a three time n ba scoring champion. And one of the most exciting players on the court in the N B. A Happy birthday, Mr Harden. Now, you know today in sports history on I Heart Radio I Heart radio goes one on one with Phil from Def Leppard sharing how working with producer mud lying changed their lives and careers. One thing you know, obviously about the money thing. You know, we wouldn't actually be here if it wasn't for him. You know, he actually made us We were okay. Band on. We were good and all that stuff pretty made it great. You know, you actually made us work harder and made us write better songs. That was that Was it Keep listeningto I heart radio firm or from your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to ask why the song Reckless was not actually on the original reckless album. I think it was just down to timing like again if you want to get the album out for such a such, um and I never thought the demo was.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This week in 1950 for Sports Illustrated, publishes its first issue. Cover Photo by Marc Kaufman famously features FUTURE Hall of Famer third basement Eddie Mathews at the plate for the Braves at Milwaukee's County Stadium, jumping ahead this week. In 1997. The Atlanta Braves signed Greg Maddux to a record five year 57 a half $1,000,000 deal. Thiss Week in 1998. Jeff Gordon drives into the record books, becoming the seventh driver in modern NASCAR history to win four straight races as he comes from far back in the field to take the Pepsi for 100 this week in 1999 at the PGA Championship at the Madonna Country Club in Madonna, Illinois. Tiger Woods wins by one stroke over Sergio Garcia This week in 2006 at Fenway Park, The New York Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox 14 to 11 in the longest nine inning game in major league history At four hours and 45 minutes on this week in 2012 the Seattle Mariners Felix Hernandez becomes the 23rd pitcher to throw a perfect game, beating Tampa one. Nothing on. That's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. Rocky alongside Rachel today. Coming up here in about, um 10 minutes. I'm gonna tell you a story about the stupidest football player alive. Uh, can anyone um, But I want to talk about this. Rachel, get your thoughts. Obviously, you know, are we going to play sports? Maybe I high school may happen, but we may not have fans right? There's no fans of baseball stadiums, and yesterday Texas A and.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show

The Steve Czaban Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show

"They hang around the caged back in those days County stadium media could lean on the cage and just talked to the players. Just like a different era but Ken Griffey and to chat. And I remember Tony. Larussa came back when he was With the cardinals and I said to him I never thought I bet you never thought you'd come back to this place. He didn't like it or not. A lot of guys did not like county stadium playing their steal the visitors. 'cause if you remember the old clubhouse it was like a high school locker room and they no they didn't. They didn't either disdain for this place. It was a real karate place to come play. I mean what was it built for like a built in what year and what did they. Yeah nineteen fifty three in the The Minor League brewers are all set to move in and then they pulled the trigger on the braves and the braves came in and just basically swept in and Took it over. And there's one interesting fact that somber but I was really startled in my research was Three men obviously perished in Miller Park construction but three men actually perished during the construction of County Stadium as well which I found an eerie and unfortunate and tragic similarity. But that's part of the thing that I've been covering so many facts that are fascinating as well as the stylistic but a lot of these things are just just amazing things. What was the best. What was the best part of county stadium just to calm you know for me It's touching base again. I'm being outdoors. I'm not GonNa Knock Mother Park. It just doesn't hold the same romance you know. You hate to use the term romantic about baseball but There's something about the yard. It was just about baseball in those days and I feel some sort of not sadness kids today. They don't remember what it's like to be out at a they have all this music now and all these things going on around him at a ballgame the back in those days you sat with somebody who shared a beer just hung out and there was a lot of talking Steve. You know there was a lot of people just hanging out with family and a lot of those memories and I think again. That's why people get is because we were out this park and as Corny as it sounds those are those are memories that that don't go away you know because you were with somebody special your with your buddies and Back in the day what we perceive as a simpler time. It may not have been but it sure seems like now it was. I think it was our county stadium. Dot Com walkie. County are Milwaukee County Stadium Dot com is the website. Jim Crimes is the offer C. R. Y. N. S. Great Project. We need to get the the official scrapbook of Great County Stadium Memories and so we can have that for time immemorial garrity. Yeah baby all right Jimmy. Good to talk to you about. Thanks so much. Appreciate it all right. Neither one of you clowns had a good memory we attack so we want banning memories but some of the incredible hope art. Hold that for beyond the break. Because I want to know your younger Josh. So I'm not sure you know. How old were you when they finally retired? The place two thousand was the last game. Yeah so ten. So maybe Maybe you want to go to a game at county. Oh I went to a bunch of them okay. Good very coming up Aaron. Agla join us and we'll talk a little bit of packers and keep the stories coming in. Nice project there from Jim. Crimes to put together a scrapbook of great memories from the Old Yard. We're back in just a minute. You're listening to the Steve Zaven show right here on the game..

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"T. M. J. five day forecast this morning waking up to mostly cloudy skies but mostly cloudy skies through the day today starting off in the forties but warming all the way into the lower seventies by this afternoon with a chance of a sprinkle through the day and then a chance of thunderstorms late this afternoon for tonight a chance of storms early then becoming mainly clear in a little forty five for Wednesday sunshine in the morning then rain likely in the afternoon high of sixty three Thursday mostly cloudy breezy and cool hive only forty six Friday mostly sunny forty eight Saturday mostly cloudy with a chance of some rain or maybe even a wintry mix late to a high of forty six degrees I'm meteorologist Brian is Nancy with the storm team forecast and the B. T. object medicine fifty Green Bay forty six Waukee shot forty eight forty six in Milwaukee at WTMJ sinus concert time together with the stories of the day with the latest traffic and weather and out the door with everything else you need to know this is Wisconsin's morning news with Jean Miller and Shane Battier zero sports on traffic and Brian this Nancy has your storm team forecast from the annex wealth management studios at Radio City here's Jeanne Miller calls are open lines are long and we're getting some sort of indication as to when we may see some numbers in terms of results just a couple of minutes ago the associated press release this that following court order the Wisconsin Election Commission directing election officials not to release any results from today's election until eight eight or rather five PM on April thirteenth of twenty twenty which is when the original federal judge said absentee ballots had to be in but right now this bill to be postmarked by bike today so there's going to be that Flynn Nagel factors well in terms of adding up the numbers so we're not gonna do anything until the thirteenth in terms of who won who lost at eight eleven at W. T. M. J. coming up live more on this election situation in Wisconsin UW Madison political science professor Ryan Owens will join us live to talk about yesterday's frantic six hours of court in gubernatorial back and forth and what that means is Wisconsin look nationally other states like Ohio they were supposed to board March seventeenth they get their election pushback hokum Wisconsin is the one that did not do that we'll discuss with professor owned that'll be eight twenty one here on WTMJ up on a different note this is a big day in Milwaukee Brewers baseball history because fifty years ago today the brewers played their first game as the brewers at old Milwaukee county stadium just one week removed from bankruptcy court in Seattle the pilots became the brewers and they went out and started their first ever game is the Milwaukee Brewers vacate shellacked by the California angels final score.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Or see our beat correct answers the well for one number two one year to the Packers by their last game at Milwaukee county stadium which is not there anymore nineteen ninety to nineteen ninety four or see nineteen ninety six be ninety four that is correct number three which of the Packers players was not a member of the twenty ten Super Bowl championship team was a Mason Crosby beat David Bakhtiari or see Bryan Bulaga that is correct phone number for the Packers have won more World Championship to any other NFL team how many of the one eight thirteen P. twelve or seven eight thirteen that is correct three and one final question number five which Packers player holds record for most touchdowns scored in a regular season is it's eight Paul Hornsby Amman green or see don Hutson BMI green that is correct that makes you more and one more out of five nice job no Sir well bred your three engine three a five finished four of five but nice effort Brad alright now here's a good thing we have a loser's pools of nope later in the month of January twenty twenty can defeat the really smart you could win a WTMJ gift bags loaded with my stuff so stay on the line thanks for playing go pack thank you good afternoon get your mind right now Christian.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Broadcast day. this is the Broncos wore appeared the big voice guys say Broncos in Green Bay to tangle with the Packers undefeated Packers it to an elf brown because of looking for their first win this franchise has never won in the state of Wisconsin dating all the way back to nineteen seventy one they lost a Milwaukee county stadium then they also lost in what county stadium in nineteen eighty seven they went to Lambeau in ninety three and lost lost again in ninety six losses Lambeau no three and the last trip there was in twenty eleven I'm sure they tied in nineteen eighty seven apologize Margie Gary stadium but never a win in the cheese steak and cheese excited about some cheese curds there at Lambeau field but no I'm a field once before it's really really cool cell looking for to get over there and checking things out eleven o'clock is when the kick off comes your way here you're listening to us in the rocky mountain region if you're listening to us online somewhere else around the country well it's eleven o'clock mountain time kicking following mean about our big al and Joe Joe have you Broncos game day for an hour countdown to kickoff comes your way at eight AM I'm sorry at nine AM with Mike rice and all the festivities come along with that the player interviews my chat with Chris Eyre's junior Susie war gin with Bradley job of course they Logan I'll talk to Joe Flacco in Vic Fangio and right never stocks to Derek wall so we have you covered leading right up to that eleven o'clock kick if you're looking for the game on TV gonna turn the audio down and of course listen to us but it's on fox television even though the Broncos are a C. D. even typically CBS broadcast the a FC games at and I see that during the day not counting Sunday Monday Night Football of course but note this is a fox game because a couple years ago the TV networks are switching things around and just kind of taken match of the day like week over week when you look at what the Packers have well it of course begins and ends with Aaron Rodgers and we will break down how to beat number two. well who for my money's been my favorite quarterback that I've ever watch play I said a few times this week publicly and and probably more times privately Patrick homes may challenge that not because I wanna see the chiefs win lots of games because battlegrounds hello quarterback lebron James is my favorite basketball player that ever watch play even though I would probably draft Michael Jordan ahead of him and Charles Barkley is my favorite I just love watching lebron playing that's how it's always been with Aaron Rodgers that's what made watching him tough out his season last year playing through a hurt knee impressive and kind of sad at the same time because had it just shut it down then you would have seen him struggle and I miss the playoffs again but he looks like Aaron Rodgers certainly did early in that game against the Vikings as he was just lighting up that. bikes defense but he's still learning a new offense as well so we will get into all of that here a second before we look forward and what it'll take for the Broncos beat the Packers and and we're going to dissect all of that let's look backwards and the biggest conversation point in Denver since the game Sunday beyond just how the game ended and everything that went into the going for two and then the bears picking up the fourth in fifteen yardage and the first down to set up the game winning field goal with one second left. before that and really after that it's all been about Garrett bulls that something that John Elway got into in his weekly chat with Logan Lewis on KO way and so you'll hear Jon's. criticism and in a harsh words for his. left tackle of course is worth noting John is the one who drafted terrible so John knows it a little bit of this is on him but you'll hear the the concern and I guess disappointment in John's voice well maybe a little bit optimism as well and that's where Dave began a line of questioning with the president and general manager of your Denver Broncos after looking at the tape despite being into what kind of indicators do you have that your teams headed in the right direction strides in the right direction well I mean I think number one with a stride remade from week one to week two we came out we played me don't play much better. you know yes the bears and we did the raiders and so I think we made steps offense of Lee against a very good defensive team we were able to move the football made big enough place obviously we've got to get better down the red zone you know one of those issues to the other makes a bigger place we got to get some you know we gotta make some John played in and you know what to score from outside the Reds on too could you get down there you know it's difficult to score so a lot of good thank you have a few too many mistakes too many penalties on the offensive side you know you can't beat yourselves and right now we're in can beat ourselves modes of we can clean that up and and and you know stop making those mistakes and we got a chance to you know to get better. everybody is so that was like the weirdest finish they've ever seen and then you've been around the game your entire life if you ever seen the game and that way were you make a two point conversion and then you lose the game I don't think that's ever happened since they adopted the two point conversion rule I'm serious yeah I don't remember are you know member seen one ideas you know obviously those are things that you know you're gonna have bad calls and everybody's going to have a man and I would see them the league is admitted to the bad calls but we have to be able to overcome those good old timidly you know when we look back and look at the schedule with this going to be an al and so that's why we have to overcome and play better maybe I mean do we have to overcome ourselves enough that we're getting back because we had overcome those and so that's the element now that you can have a man like you said a very disappointing loss but in a lot of good things that went on went into it let me ask you a tough question here the people Broncos fans in particular I I I can't remember and in in doing games a long long time I can't remember a response from Broncos fans on a single player I understand the frustration but what's your view of gear bowls and kind of your expectations at that position moving forward well it's got to stop in a minute there's no more you know there's no more excuses for it and you know he's had twenty six Olympic only the last two years and two games and so it's got to stop in the bottom line is if he thinks he's getting singled out here and so he's gay and he's gotta understand that can get understand what he's doing and that was my question yesterday does he know what holding yes you know does he know what he can and can't do and so you know he thinks he's been targeted to got to realize he hasn't so you know I think that you know and we'll keep working forty still a talented guy you know he's in a situation that you know we we can that you can't afford that even though three of the four only because he got were on the running plays which are just as important so hopefully that with an explanation and understanding a better understand and understanding by him of what exactly what it is with that. they are looking for on that you know he's he's got a you can't we cannot do that because it's it's B. lessons so as well as you know we have two other ones he was the only one I think you know run at a couple of their new ones so you know we can't do it the the operative line can't do it we have built a correct those mistakes. John one of the other I think big surprises so far for me and and other fans and people watching the games is no sacks in the first two games. aimed with Bradley Chubb and von Miller on the edge we certainly expected those guys to be it'll be getting multiple sack games it hasn't happened what do you attribute that to what's going on from what you can say well I think number one I see I think people are very aware those two and they're not gonna allow those two to you know to run or to run a game because they're very capable of that so the concentration has been on those to the first two weeks but you're right away we talked about it they got rid of the football the ran it get rid of it quick so there was an opportunity there and if they did drop back and have the whole little bit they were you know those guys are getting chipped and so they did it last week again and tell you know what we have to do is we've been chastened most of the time since we've been there and so people have not had to drop back and throw it because they've been they've been ahead so we've got to do a better job of getting ahead so we get people chasing the where they have to you know they have to drop back and throw it in and it gives them a better opportunity to get there so you know I think just the for the first two games are a big reason why you know we have now a lot of production from those two guys but also we gotta do better job inside you know we gotta get some run from the inside and and not not just those guys and if we can do a better job on the inside to make them concentrate a little bit more there and and hopefully free them up all right I appreciate the honesty from John Elway and you'll get that a lot every now and then you'll say is he watching the same game as us because it's John's job to pump his team up in some people think that maybe he was playing bad cop to big changes good cop because John can be a little bit more critical of Garrett bulls because he doesn't talk to him every day he doesn't see him on the practice field everyday necessarily and doesn't have to face him in the meeting room every single day and the good cop bad cop thing could work I threw it out there yesterday on the Broncos daily podcast sues you origin and I know I alluded to it before we heard from John there maybe John was jet I mind tricking Broncos country a little. by throwing your balls under the bus exams are gonna bust by just being critical of them and I think fairly but John has to bear some responsibility is a guy that brought him in and and certainly as a guy that is relying on him as his left tackle but because of that John has might muntjac now in the fold the best offense of line coach in football if not number one one a one B. with Dante's Carnacki along time online coach in in New England and that's what everyone thinks that those two guys are the best and by the way not this card and he held the coach but my my check also a hall of fame player end but we Chris Cooper a really really good player he started a bunch of years here on a bunch of good offenses here certainly with Peyton manning in NC get two guys that really know how to play line coaching you up spending a lot of the time with Kerr bulls but it's worth noting..

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"You all you can walk away Scot free. Just wash your hands of debt load Cell Tina us. WE'RE GONNA KEEP IT MILWAUKEE. You Go away no PROB. The owners didn't want to 'cause they desperately wanted to be baseball owners so seelig Leagues Group behind the scenes tries to do this repeatedly. The ownership group says no now what they'll say to this day and Bartholomee said you know even in my interview. There was no credible offer well. I look at it this way. If you have an asset you have no intention of selling in somebody says I'll buy that from you is that a legitimate often depends on if you're considering selling it or not so. I don't think that in Bartholomew's my any offer of something that was you know three times what the team was worth. They would've considered selling organization so therefore there was no legitimate offering his mind by the team cecile exist behind the scene after the team leaves in works to keep Major League baseball live in Milwaukee so the Marquis Lucky burs baseball club eventually sponsors games from the Chicago White Sox <hes> to come up and playing county stadium so they did a series of exhibitions and sixty seven they played a slate of games and sixty eight and then by sixty nine they hosted every team in the American league at least one game at Coney stadium including ironically the Seattle pilots who played one of their Games in Milwaukee County stadium is so when you go into spring training in nineteen seventy the Seattle franchises <hes> in bankruptcy <hes> they got an expansion team to go into Seattle they played in a ballpark that was a minor league parks smaller Than County Stadium Worse than that and ultimately you know they failed miserably in Seattle so you're really similar to what happens with the braves in spring training as the trucks are going back from spring training they stop as a waiting. Are we driving back to Seattle or are we going to Milwaukee and ultimately <hes> ceilings group buys the pilots out of bankruptcy court the trucks go to Milwaukee they take the pilots off front of the uniforms they sold block other brewers on the front and they adopt the color balloon goal which Bruce still used to this day of course a variation of it in the navy blue they have now but in their traditional colors those were action colors in Seattle pilots and so that kind of brings it back full circle the county learned they're less than they locked the bruise into a twenty five year lease immediately although ironically the brewers never got a dime a parking lot revenue either but at least there was a long-term lease and it was Major League baseball back in Milwaukee and in one thousand nine hundred seventy what was the feeling of the Miami populists. I mean you're mentioning some still of the holdouts that kind of got burned in the first time didn't want to get burned a second time was there there is much of an embrace for the brewers when they came as the former pilots and and you know it was only five years removed from the braves leaving town the first place yeah it was too soon and they they didn't try even <hes> over a million that first year and it took him a little bit what they did however was they were they actually did better if you if you calculate it over thirteen years and it's a great comparison never turn actually in the book where I compare every team that moved for the first thirteen season because it gives you a comparison of Milwaukee and then I also breakdown <hes> the difference between your the Boston Braves to Milwaukee Milwaukee braves to Atlanta Seattle pilots to Milwaukee and the Milwaukee fans did far better in both cases in the Atlanta fans did in fact ten years out after the braves moved to Atlanta. They drew less than the lame duck year of nineteen sixty five milwaukee when everybody Milwaukee new team was we so you know everybody's pointing at this and in fact the for in the first I twenty years at the Milwaukee brewers existed they out drew the Atlanta Braves eighteen twenty years but the argument was look the braves could play in front of an empty stadium and still make more revenue than the brewers 'cause. They got seven state television network that multi-state by state radio network. They had coca cola based right in Atlanta. They're they're pumping in money that just simply the local community in Wisconsin could not match and so the the braves make more money planning empty stadium than the bruised plane in a full stadium so you're not necessarily apples to apples but I tried to dispel this idea. That Milwaukee was a bad baseball because clearly wasn't it clearly wasn't yeah I mean I do sense this because of all the teen we've doing this for two and a half years awesome and various teams leagues and stuff and to me. It's almost feels a little bit of an anomaly right because you're talking about a a relatively short period of time where this this team was in Milwaukee and you could make the argument that <hes> the success of the team both oath you mentioned in terms of on the field never had a losing season and drawing exceedingly well especially in those I say six to eight years. It almost feels to me like it was a strong concentration of success that didn't last last all that long and and strangely left. Maybe sooner against take the senators in Washington. I mean a lot of teams that just go on for decades right in averageness yeah you know <hes> he was kind of. I hate to use the the words you know perfect storm but you know it Kinda. Was You know you had I'll argue some level of mismanagement by the county. You had a braves organization that you know qualitatively for for the players was in decline. <hes> <hes> you had soaring costs baseball at a time baseball interest is going down. You have the rise of the packers in the State of Wisconsin so you have all of these dynamics starting to come together at a time when you what were you simply needed was attendance at ten and saves the team then you throw in you know the in sixty one. The twins come into Minnesota <hes>. There's all this other stuff that goes on and ten years early had the team move ten years earlier. There probably still here had the team come ten years later. They're probably still here. It's that one window in time. Were everything seemed to go against the braves being in Wisconsin and it is what it is you know hey even if they're stadium lease was two years longer sooner. Steam lease takes them to sixty thirty seven it would probably be the Atlanta Indians because it came down to Cleveland and in Milwaukee Braves ownership group is the one that cuts the deal so you know it's it's kind of that perfect storm of just everything going wrong for the braves being here in Milwaukee and you can't point your finger at just one thing 'cause it's a combination of all these things and all the things that happen for the most part are kinda logical to the era that they're in aren't last question and I'll let you promote wrote in your estimation. Given your research your knowledge of Wisconsin. You're having spent some time there of significance. Where would you sort of put the baseball legacy of Milwaukee? Would you think it resides with the braves in Atlanta now. Do you think the brewers have effectively inherited it or do you think the Milwaukee Braves was sort of a container and time that really hasn't gone anywhere. It's just sort of since they're in a in a glass box somewhere and people's memories memories. It's the ladder I think it just sits there. I mean you know the brewers have done some to embrace it. They've actually when I went in the National League <hes> they would do things on the braves came to town to Kinda remind people when the braves used to be here and but then when they moved into Miller park the kind of transitioned away from that but you know if you watch any number of burs Baseball Games Miller Park you will find people wearing braves jerseys or baseball caps <hes> wind Milwaukee or see me when the Atlanta braves come to town you will see Milwaukee fans wearing jerseys and milwaukee braves caps so they're still kinda chip on the shoulder and the community that the team left but I you know and that Kinda talked about in the book this way you may maybe the one benefit to them leaving us when you close your is you can imagine them still in those beautiful white uniforms with Tomahawk across the top you the navy caps and the and the red bills and that gorgeous white Emma on the front and it really summed up all that was good with baseball in Milwaukee you didn't have to see the ugly polyester pullover uniforms that they wore in the seventies. You have to see the pinstripe uniforms they tried and sixty nine. You know you just there's that box that they reside in in our memories where they'll always be warned spun on will always be the twenty game winner Henry earned will always be the kid and <hes> you know that they came out of nowhere and just let the world on fire Eddie matches will always be that outstanding basement and maybe that's the best place for them. You think any of its wrapped up in the just general nostalgia for the nineteen fifties. Oh I think so. I think there's a part of that <hes> certainly among among the older generation it's still remember them. <hes> and again you know they transitioned in the nineteen sixties but you know by the nineteen sixties you get into Vietnam War and the summarize protest and you know the race ride Milwaukee and sixty seven so there's a lot of things you know and easy to waxing nostalgic about when every move simply excited about baseball so that might have part of it to all right so let's talk about the book came out last year. I think it did audience the <hes> the title and a little bit of the background of it you promoting it more things to come out of it. Maybe that you think you've got <hes> in you as well other projects or anything in film documentary whatever yeah you know I'm hoping at some point maybe talk to a couple of filmmakers anchors box. I think there's a story here to be told. Of course the title of the book is home with the Braves <hes> the battle for baseball in Milwaukee and you know the natural follow up is to cover kind of the story of what happens from the Federal Court case <hes> up until until the time the brewers actually comes doing some research and decide whether or not there's enough of a story there to tell and I think there might be. I don't know <hes> but you know what I would like to do. Ultimately with the book is this to have people read it and if you have a chance to talk to me the first question I will always ask you is this who's the bad guy in the story and the reason I asked that question is because people blame everybody and it's funny because people somebody to go walk you county board so I was the fan. Stop coming almost okay well. You know it's still I think the owners overall but I get a different story from everybody and to me..

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"Let's talk about their arrival in Milwaukee because I gotta think Boston fans or the small number of fans had to be kind of just peeved right at the fact that literally almost storybook fashion right the minute they show up in Milwaukee not only are they competitive but they are just everything seems to go right in in in gangbusters fashion. Despite maybe some of the odds against it yeah I it's an again like I said he was really odd because it was the only only team that had that happened to him every other team that move settled back into some level of mediocrity. It's why the athletics are never successful in Kansas City <hes> you know it's it's why the orioles were not initially successful in Baltimore. You know you were just simply simply. You know another team that movie weren't really particularly good <hes> but the the braves where they had a great farm system and he had people forget this the minor leaguers the triple eight the last spot. You went for you got to the Boston braves. Organization was Milwaukee won the little world series in fifty one and fifty two so you have a very successful farm system putting some great players into the braves organization and like I said they're competitive. Every year you know fifty three they finished second in place fifty four and fifty five. They're competitive fifty sixty finish game out of first place fifty seven they win the pennant they win the world series <hes> fifty eight they win the panic or the world series they lose and seven games and fifty nine. They force supply us here. He's <hes> with the dodgers now again. You can argue that team collapsed and <hes> it probably did they should've won the pennant probably going away <hes> but the dodgers caught him at the end of the year they had a three-game series best three the braves drop the first two game so they ended up losing to the dodgers and that was the last time they were in that upper division chance to go to the world series and the success that the fans got used to was no longer there. The team while it never had a losing records one of the most bizarre stories of the Milwaukee Braves experience thirteen seasons never had a losing record but between nineteen sixty in nineteen sixty five every a year it seemed they would be competitive. They would be sniffing around being in contention for the pennant and something would happen down the stretch team collapse and so the success the excitement of the fans when the team I got here. They're able to sustain that for a longer period period of time than any other city <hes> that another team moved to and you do feel bad for the Boston fans I have a couple of stories in the book talking about you know some of the interactions between Boston and Milwaukee and the you know there was one sports right around Boston who kind of really gave a warning and he said to Milwaukee. Oh you better be careful. You better treat him. Well because what you did US somebody may do to you and certainly that would happen. When Atlanta would call you know in sixty three saying hey we can build a new stadium? We can give you the parking the revenue we give you control concessions inside stadium and everything else seems to fall into place while the city of Milwaukee certainly must have felt like they got what the they bargained for because I mean this nineteen fifty five right the the Major League Baseball All Star game comes into town in arguably one of the more exciting. Let's all that maybe even after that the two years later basically the toast of the town and frankly the world and in being sort of not only in the world series but but winning that championship I mean I can't think of an amazing amazing amount of momentum to put Milwaukee truly on the map with a capital in Oh yeah you know and like I said you know they. They had those the sharp uniforms you know the Tomahawk on there they had fans at travel from city to city. You had a natural rivalry immediately CHICAGO CHICAGO. <hes> you had a competitive team with the cardinals <hes> I in a good rivalry between you know Miller brewing and Milwaukee and you know anheuser-busch down in Saint Louis and there's a lot of things that really made a team successful on the front end and you know the problem is like anything it doesn't stay it doesn't last you know there's that narrow window of time where everything seems to go your way <hes> and for the braves you know they came here. They were good. They got better as they went. You know they get Henry Aaron. Coming in you know this kid to come into play second base <hes> before he transitioned the outfield. <hes> you know they had the get Lubar data I mean they've just they've got every move. It seem they made was the right move and then just as quickly it was just gone. It was just gone the success that they had had on the field was not as great and certainly the attendance they had again across all of baseball <hes> was down but it seemed markedly down in Milwaukee because it had been so I called the book artificially high on the Front end because again the team move yeah look at it this way if the team moves in fifty three hundred or not successful missile right say they finished fourth or fifth points. You still have the great attendance but the team is is up in calming fifty fifty four rather. Maybe the finishing third place right maybe the following year they finish back and forth you would have had acetylene arleen effect to what the real average tenants would be somewhere between probably seven hundred thousand and probably one point two million would be a good average for that team but they're drawn two million because the team was good so that means when you get the settling lean affect it looks so much dramatically worse than it did had in any other community and it was just simply the number settled down to where average was going to be if feels to me that that Milwaukee and by extension the state of Wisconsin an almost <hes> especially in the fifty five fifty six and then obviously in fifty seven getting to the world series embraced being used determine. I'm sure it was more general used as well. It's not just your term you know as these sort of perceive Bush leaguers rights. It's a relatively market right. It's almost like an emblem a- pride it's like hey you know we can play and boy not only can we just play. We just might even win the whole darn thing yeah you don't see t to be that way and have that civic pride when your team was really good <hes> <hes> you know and they knew it you know top to bottom line if they put out almost any given day and you know eventually charlie grim gets fired because he can't get team the world series gets replaced by Fred Haney and Fred Haney turns the team around fifty six. They come within that game any of course you know wins it. All and fifty seven takes back to the world series fifty eight <hes> but he's a manager that has that disastrous nineteen fifty-nine season and at that point things start to change everywhere else. <hes> you know that's the time that professional football is really starting to come on televised sport. <hes> and people are really starting to transition love for baseball to football and by the early nineteen sixties more Americans say they'll like football and baseball. Well think about this thing of any other area. They have professional football. was there any place bigger than Wisconsin the nineteen sixties you got lombardi. You got the Lombardi packers you got the glories. You've got everything else going on and so attention in the newspapers attention on on the fans ban began transition from baseball football and there's a very clear <hes> understanding of this <hes> and I talked about this also in the book <hes> there is an understanding that is easier a year to follow a team to generate crowds. If your team goes from six place to third rather than goes from I two third so when the braves start to decline in wins wins and the packers starts take off its natural Fanta Tens Fanta tenants fan interest newspaper interest is going to transition from what had been the big story to what is now becoming story and so you know it's very I did a lot of newspaper research and it is amazing to see the difference in newspaper coverage between fifty three and fifty five for the braves versus sixty three and sixty five for the braves versus the packers I mean in those early fifty years there's some coverage of the packers particularly when their season but not a lot by the time you get in the nineteen sixties even when the braves are playing. There's a ton of packers coverage and the new owners when they come in at the end of nineteen sixty you too. They're very aware of that as well that they are in essence in a second year spot compared to the Green Bay packers who of course also played some games Milwaukee County Stadium so tell me about the process then because it's a pretty good attitude so you mentioned newspaper reporting and coverage region. I think that's a really interesting insight right that I think only you one could get by digging into sort of the daily routine of coverage and the tonality of that and and you can imagine right I mean a lot of the first couple years is is probably wrapped up in booster Zimin wrapped up in the city and it's pride and all that kind of stuff and the team doing really well. It's it's pretty pretty easy to kind of but you're I mean you're describing. I guess both a a letdown from admittedly Italy very quick and lofty heights married with the arrival of a strengthening football franchise already a statewide following. How do you sort of discern that is it columns? Is it just the way that the teams are covered is it are the fans kind of leading that is civic pride generally just waning because maybe they've been spoiled I mean or is it just sort of general on we that you know a middling team after having I've been at the loftiest heights and another passing interest in in another team that doing relatively well I mean is it just all conspiring much like perhaps their success conspired in the very beginning yeah you know I think it's kind of a combination of all all those things I mean certainly when you look at the newspapers or the amount of columns dedicated to covering the packers goes up dramatically and flip side it goes down dramatically on the brace I mean even got to the point sixty four excuse me sixty three and sixty four <hes> local papers. I didn't even send a reporter to cover the world series so you know clearly the interest in baseball was very very down. It was one of the criticisms of teams leveled at Milwaukee <hes> at the media coverage. Was You know you bailed on us. You went covered Robert Football. You did all this other stuff..

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"Sada on the financial exchange radio network. Well, the news for stocks continues to deteriorate we just can't catch a break today. I it's Larry Kudlow, and now, I guess president gee, says they're not even gonna meet it. Yes. So this is reporting coming from CI you. Yes. Coming from CNBC, Larry and pretty much. They have said that it's unlikely that President Trump and president gee will meet by the March first deadline. That's being reported by CNBC. Currently stocks have started to sell off a little bit. At the moment. The Dow is off three hundred and forty six extra now three hundred sixty points. Currently the s&p is off forty two in the NASDAQ is off one hundred thirty one. So about a one and a half percent sell off taking place at the moment. Right. So what are you gleaning from that statement? I think that the so he. This doesn't change. I think my overall perspective on these negotiations from where I started in that the big outstanding issues. I don't think are going to be able to be addressed. Because there's no incentive for China to bend on any of them. And if they're not going to bend on any of them. The question becomes does the US except a smaller deal that ignores a lot of those things or does he told the the tariffs or does the US go and say, hey, you know, what you're not gonna deal we're gonna just raise tariffs, and we go from there. If that is the case if you do see these additional tariffs implemented has China's going to do the same thing. Yep. If you do we'll try to potentially do things that are just as bad if not more devastating to the US economy, and in if China decides, hey, we're going to devalue our currency. All of a sudden, I mean, you can have ten to fifteen percent sell in markets in a flash. And you know, just because they export all that deflation and lack of growth from China to the rest of the world. That's what you'd end up seeing there. So I think. How did they devalue their currency Chuck from what perspective? Well, I mean, everybody wants to devalue their currency at some point the whole bunch more like all the way that they manage it right now if they want to increase the value of their currency, all they do is they sell off some of their treasuries released dollars back into the world. And okay. So if you need to devalue, your currency, all you do is, hey, you can either buy more dollars. If you want to drive up the value of the dollar or you print more your own currency when they borrow money, and they pay for oil or they pay for jets from Boeing they're still paying for that. This is the core things. China doesn't want to us dollars anymore. Well, you think Boeing's going to sell them jet if they don't use dollars if bones if the only growth Boeing has is coming from China. Yes. Really? Yes. The county you run your business on a currency. That's about as reliable as the peso. All I'm saying is this is where China wants to get to they want to get away from a dollar denominated system. And this is all coming to ahead in this negotiation right here. Well, the market's telling you that the likelihood of the tariffs being invoked is increasing because the Dow is down three hundred and fifty two points in two trucks points the NASDAQ's down one hundred and twenty eight but that could just be the tip of the iceberg. Couldn't it it could be. I mean, here's the thing. This market over the last six weeks, in my opinion has been backstopped by the fed. Yep. It's the overall situation hasn't improved anywhere. China's economy isn't getting better. Europe's economy is getting worse. The overall situation is not improving anywhere in the globe at the moment. So to me this whole rally that we've seen has been. Yeah, we got ahead of ourselves a little bit back in December. But also, it's been backstopped by much more dovish fed. Right. I mean, I I've never I haven't seen anyone turned around so quickly. I can't remember like what Jay Powell didn't six weeks both him. And and by the way, take don't forget to pay attention to what Janet Yellen said over the last six weeks to just back in December. She was saying up to three more hikes yesterday's. She comes out and says. Yeah, the next move could be up or down. Right, right. I tell me something. Yeah. Things are slowing answer torture via question on July. Twentieth. Nineteen Seventy-six Hank Aaron hit his seven hundred and fifty fifth and final home run of his career at Milwaukee county stadium. This stood as the homerun record until two thousand seven when Barry Bonds broke it and the winner on this question was Jeff from. Wilbur ham, Massachusetts, Jeff is taking a fifty dollar gas.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Larry Kudlow, and now, I guess president gee, says they're not even gonna meet it. Yeah. So this is reporting coming from CI you. Yes. Coming from CNBC, Larry and pretty much. They have said that it's unlikely that President Trump and president gee will meet by the March first deadline. That's being reported by CNBC. Currently stocks have started to sell off a little bit. At the moment. The Dow was off three hundred and forty six action have three hundred and sixty points. Currently the s&p is off forty two in the NASDAQ is off one hundred thirty one. So about a one and a half percent sell off taking place at the moment. Right. So what are you gleaning from that statement? I think that the so he. This doesn't change. I think my overall perspective on these negotiations from where I started in that the big outstanding issues. I don't think are going to be able to be addressed. Because there's no incentive for China to bend on any of them. And if they're not going to bend on any of them. The question becomes does the US except a smaller deal that ignores a lot of those things or does he told the the tariffs or does the US go and say, hey, you know, what you're not gonna deal we're gonna just raise tariffs, and we go from there. If that is the case if you do see these additional tariffs implemented because China's going to do the same thing. Yep. If you do it will China could potentially do things that are just as bad if not more devastating to the US con me if China decides, hey, we're going to devalue our currency. All of a sudden, I mean, you could have ten to fifteen percent sell off in markets in a flash just because they export all that deflation and lack of growth from China to the rest of the world. That's what you'd end up seeing there. So I think. How did they devalue their currency Chuck from what perspective I mean? Everybody wants to devalue their currency at some point the whole bunch more like all the way that they manage it right now if they want to increase the value of their currency, all they do is they sell off some of their treasuries release dollars back into the world. And okay. So if you need to devalue, your currency, all you do is you could either buy more dollars. If you want to drive up the value of the dollar or you print more your own currency when they borrow money in they pay for oil or they pay for jets from Boeing, they're still paying for that newest this is the core things China doesn't want to us dollars anymore. They think Boeing's going to sell jet if they don't use dollars if bones if the only growth Boeing has is coming from China. Yes. Really? Yes. I don't know how you county you run your business on a currency. That's about as reliable as the peso. All I'm saying is this is where China wants to get to they want to get away from a dollar denominated system. And this is all coming to ahead in this negotiation right here. Well, the market's telling you that the likelihood of the tariffs being invoked is increasing because the Dallas down three hundred and fifty two points in night to Chuck's points. The NASDAQ's down one hundred twenty eight but that could just be the tip of the iceberg. Couldn't it it could be. I mean, here's the thing. This market over the last six weeks, in my opinion has been backstopped by the fed. Yep. It's the overall situation hasn't improved anywhere. China's economy isn't getting better Europe's economies getting worse. The overall situation is not improving anywhere in the globe at the moment. So to me this whole rally that we've seen has been. Yeah, we maybe got ahead of ourselves a little bit back in December. Right. But also, it's been backstopped by much more dovish fed. Right. I mean, I've never I haven't seen anyone turn around so quickly. I I can't remember like would j Powell didn't six weeks both him. And and by the way, take don't forget to pay attention to what Janet Yellen said over the last six weeks to just back in December. She was saying up to three more hikes yesterday's. She comes and says. Yeah, the next move could be up or down, right? Right. Telling me something. Yeah. Things are slowing answer torture via question on July. Twentieth. Nineteen Seventy-six Hank Aaron hit his seven hundred and fifty fifth and final home run of his career at Milwaukee county stadium. This stood as the home run record until two thousand and seven when Barry Bonds broke it and the winner on this question was Jeff from Wilbur ham, Massachusetts, Jeff is taking home a fifty.

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"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee county stadium" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That's funny, occasionally, and then Aaron goes to after that. Right. Well, anyway, he's the guy behind all defects. I thought we ought to make that clear. And his mouth to that. Should be noted. End of the body parts. Together, did anybody? What what are we have the guesses for the best football city the best cities for football? Guess what? What goes into it? Do. We know what what may keep the information is one of those weird things where they best for fans, you have to think fan experience good food, restaurants bars. Kansas City were they love football jealous where they supported the biggest Dallas Alice was number four Austin. The patriots mummy see, but they're not great their fair wangling hidden in the top ten the worst cities, by the way. We'll tell you the worst in America. Oh, wow. I used to live in one of them. Switch your four to forty four number two hundred and forty four this city. I mean, that's how far down. We're talking pro cities hind bluff Arkansas Davidson North Carolina where I went to college for a year and a half is number two forty three how about Seattle. But the let me see Seattle Seattle is number ten. So as I even on the on the list with Boston Boston is number two higher than anybody. Pittsburgh Steeler fan. I used to watch this broadcast Steelers games with Jack Fleming way back in the day. And then Boston's number two then Green Bay Green Bay would be at leash. Number two. Dallas is number four. Some people think Green Bay is number two. If you think about it. They play some of their games down in Milwaukee. And it doesn't make it any better. They used to play at the old Milwaukee county stadium is horrible. New Orleans is number know, Miami is number six. I'm surprised that New Orleans seven Oakland eight Philadelphia nine in is about the loser team. Oh. Vegas, but their fans are really nuts. The black hole gummy. They started the nuttiness fans the NFL, but we finished Tampa was an I assume it includes Clearwater in Saint Pete is number twenty three on the list. Hey, we made top twenty five. Now, we are top twenty five. That's for sure. Which is a good thing. One other thing we got Kamala Harris, kicked off her presidential campaign. She is the second African American woman in in the Senate and the first Indian American woman, and of course, should be the first African American woman Indian American to be president. Are you singing your song? There sounds like ten little Indians or something going out there. But what we were wondering is the X. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is talking about running as an independent and Democrats are terrified of that. Because they're afraid he'll take a lot of democrat votes. So they are terrified of that happening. And what we were wondering more important would he be a 'Grande candidate? Or a what's the other one atop into vintage candidate or a 'Grande or a small? Small small candidate. I can't even think I've just got ten little Indians stuck in. That's great. I haven't heard that song and forever. One little two little thing. Do that anymore. Here's the one I love, and I hope it's true. Just because it'll be good for a lot of laughs. And that is that Hillary runs again. They'll be a lot of oh that'll be a great between her and Pocahontas. The country can handle a Hillary. Late night shows will be great. She didn't go on the candidate. I'll guarantee you that. But she would be entertaining to see. Running and.

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