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"mitch hanker" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Company have to pay a fine if they bother you while you're on vacation. We're going to talk about that in 5 minutes. Right now, one 15, though, let's get you over to the sports desk for an update with Stephen Langford. Opening day for baseball is just a couple of weeks away the Giants they open their season in New York to take on Aaron judge and the Yankees. However, the Giants are unsure what their outfield death chart would look like going into opening day. Manager Gabe kapler has announced a new injury seemingly every day to their outfielders earlier this week on Tuesday. He announced Luis Gonzalez had surgery for a herniated disc in his back, so he'll be out at least half of the season and on Thursday it was news around outfielder Mitch hanker, who was signed this off season. He has been dealing with an oblique strain in originally they were hoping he'd be out for just a week, but after reevaluation, the team says he will need another week to recover and can't even participate in regular workouts, so he may start the season on the injured list depending on what happens for the remainder of spring training and on Friday. It was announced that Austin slater will have an MRI for a tight hamstring, he only just returned to spring training a few days ago after dealing with an elbow issue for a majority of March, so already some injury concerns for multiple giants heading into the season. At the sports desk, Steven Langford, case CBS. This is the smell of the leftover tuna fish sandwich you left in your lunch box over the weekend in a wimpy trash bag. And this is the smell of that same sandwich in a hefty ultra strong trash bag. Smell the difference? Hefty ultra strong has Armin hammer with continuous odor control. So no matter what's inside your trash. You can stay one step ahead of stinky and for bigger jobs try the superior strength of hefty large black bags
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Raleigh's walk-off homer ends Mariners' long playoff drought
"The Mariners are going to the postseason for the first time in 21 years following a two one walk off win over the a's Mariners manager Scott service We did end the drought tonight This is a very special feeling There's so many kids who grew up in the Pacific Northwest They don't know anything about the mirror saying it's playoffs So now we get to show them Pinch hitter Cal Raleigh ended it with a two out Homer in the 9th inning Raleigh's blast followed strikeouts of Mitch hanker and Carlos Santana by Domingo acevedo Mariners starter Logan Gilbert looked playoff ready limiting the athletics to a run in three hits over 8 innings The M's remain a half game ahead of the raise for the second AL wild card I'm Dave fairy
Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"mitch hanker" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"If you must, you can't prevent you from purchasing a ticket, but we can prevent you from buying a T-shirt. While we're here, that we will not stand for, you can buy a T-shirt somewhere else. Yeah. Bring it into the ball. But I'll be damned. If you're going to be selling shirts in the ballpark, it just sort of surprised me, I guess, because generally when there's money to be made, like someone will make it. Yes. Obviously, there is money to be made here. And it's not just Dodgers fans on giant's turf. I mean, you know, you're telling me you can't get a Yankees cap at the trap or something, you know? Like, sure. There's got to be a market for that. I guess in the interest of general baseball, you would want people to be able to buy stuff that would represent their team wherever they are, wherever they go to a ballpark. Yeah. We will find a way to spend some money a and also just display our affiliation and deepen our attachment to baseball, but I guess I get it that also you want to feel like you're protecting your turf. If the team is sanctioning the vendor and clearly it is that the team can decide who gets to sell stuff in their ballpark and what they get to sell, then I certainly understand why they would say, hey, don't sell stuff this. Our rivals, so that everyone will be walking around in our rivals gear and showing up on TV and our rivals gear. Showing us up. Yeah, I share your surprise that it is a place that has proven itself to be somewhat immune from the capitalist impulse. But I think that that's kind of, that's kind of nice, you know, that you get to, you know, it adds to your sense of place that that is not a place where you see your rivals stuff being sold, right? But it is, this is our place. This is home and we get to say what it is. Here are the players, the featured players on the Mariners, team store website, ichiro, fine, Felix, fine. Kyle Seeger kind of weird Adam Fraser excuse you a oh jeez Suarez, great season, but what? Luis Castillo cool, Carlos Santana? Really? And then you have the players section, which is somehow different than future players, don't know. Ken griffey junior Mitch hanker Robbie ray ty France, Logan Gilbert, all of those are fine. Dylan Moore, I mean sure, Carlos Santana, again, Kurt cassell, Jake lamb, who was just DFA. And Marco Gonzalez. Do you know who is notably absent from both of those lists? Didn't hear you say Julio. I'm going to say Julio. It's kind of weird that there's no Julio in that list. Don't you think? It's also weird that there's no JP Crawford in that list, right? Anyway, I just, I think that you wanted to talk about the feeling of home, and I was willing to indulge you, but mostly this has become an opportunity for me to say, if an addict to a better job, like all of this stuff looks like you're at a corporate golf retreat and it bumps me out. So those are today's ethical philosophical dilemmas about baseball. In other news, well, first a quick Joey manassas update. Still good. Yeah. Out hitting one Soto and one Soto and Josh bell combined really did not think that would continue really thought that we would have to just like mention that while it was true and hope that it didn't change immediately. Wrote about him, my piece was published on September 2nd, and I was like, well, this has been fantastic, but how long can this keep up? I've got to get this article out before he slumps or something gets hot and the fun fact is not true anymore that Vanessa has outplayed both of the players who were traded and whom he was replacing when he was called up. I mean, it's still true. And people are treating him with some respect, some fear. Yeah. So as people were tagging us on Twitter to note that the braves were intentionally walking manassas, they free past them a couple of times in the past couple of games to load the bases in front of Luke voigt and then when they finally decided not to do that with a runner on first, he homered. Yep. So they should have intentionally walked him. That time too, I guess. Just based on the results and he is still handily out hitting one Soto as a padre. So that's pretty great. I did not think that would actually last throughout the season. I was like, the fact that this is lasted even since the trade for the first month after the trade is amazing and miraculous. It can't continue, but it actually has to the point where they might actually finish the season with that continuing to be true. So love it. It's a really, it's just a very fun and silly remarkable thing, and it lets me tweet exclamation points at you. So I'm all for it. I think I hope he continues forever. I guess I hope it continues forever, but only if. I hope that the NASA of it continues forever to be clear. Yeah, no, I want one soda to be like, you know, Juan Soto, as we know him, and as we have come to expect him to be, and also it would be so cool if we look back and we're like, you know, wald Soto as advertised in the long term, but get a load of this Joey meniscus all he needed was an opportunity and he is want Soto two. That would be delightful. Yeah. Luke Voight has also handily out hit Josh bell, which is also sort of funny. Poor Padres. Poor Padres. They're in better shape than the nationals overall. This is what the nationals have for you. Just gotta let them have this for now because there's not a whole lot else to be happy about on that team right now. Yeah, but you don't know this, Ben, but I am three for three in not doing screaming sneezes into the microphone so far as we're recording. It's really great. Thank you. Yeah, you're welcome. And appreciate it. I'm sure. Yeah. So I want to talk a little bit briefly about the AL central. We should probably do an AL central leadership update. Yeah. Just because we've had a couple change of regimes. So the tigers have a new head of baseball operations, Scott Harris. Who was poached from the Giants and also formerly of the cubs. And then the royals also have a new leader, although it was someone who was already there because what happened is state and more is out the door. So this is on the one hand not surprising on the other hand it's very surprising because it seems like that might very well be a lifetime appointment. So this is notable news we lost John Daniels last his job this year, one of the longest tenured readers of a baseball operations group and then you had Dayton Moore in that group as well and he's gone now. So it turns out that just being bad at baseball for quite a while can actually get date more fired. Yeah, it's an odd, it's an odd thing because on the one hand you feel like I kind of thought he'd outlast us all, right? Yeah. We have talked a lot about how it hasn't felt like they have a great sense of where they really are in their competitive window, but we have appreciated their can do attitude and you know there have been some weird aspects of date.
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"mitch hanker" Discussed on VSiN Best Bets
"Should certainly check out. Vogel box. So let's take a look here at the AL wild card race. We'll take a look at these odds. These are from DraftKings right now. We got the Blue Jays who are sitting at 61 in 52. They are -800 to make the playoffs plus 600 on the no. Mariners are 62 and 54. They are -500 to make the playoffs plus three 80 on the no. Raise our 60 and 53. They are one ten on each side to make the playoffs. Orioles 59 and 55, they are 7 to one on the yes. -1100 on the no, the twins, 58 and 55, they are plus one 60 -200 on the no and the White Sox are 59 and 56. They are minus one 30 on the S plus one O 5 on the no. If you're wondering, as I'm reading out those records, why the Orioles are 59 55 and their number is so much bigger than the twins and White House because the twins and White Sox have a couple of different ways to get there. They can get there via wildcard or they can still come back and win that division. That's not going to happen for the Orioles. They have one path to getting there and that is through the wild card, whereas the twins and White Sox as we mentioned, just a few games back there in that division still very much in play to get it done right there. I mean, I have a Mariners yes to make the playoffs ticket so I'm really liking that number of -500 right now for them to make the playoffs. I think when you kind of look at this team top to bottom, how this team is finally healthy, which is another big, big thing for this Mariners team. I mean, listen, Mitch hanker was a guy that had a really productive season for them last year hit for power, had a lot of RBI for them. He was on the IO for essentially the entire season so far this year. You get a rookie and Julio Rodriguez come in with, I mean, listen, the expectations were already sky high for him. He has exceeded those sky high expectations, ty France is having a career year for this team. Jesse winker has not really been as good as they thought he was going to be, but now you do have Rodriguez, winker, Hanover, all in the lineup together at the same time. You got France hitting the way that he is. So I really do like this Mariners team. I'm not laying -5. Hundred on them to make the playoffs, but I do like them from a longer term perspective. Gun to your head is this how the season ends with the three AL wild card team. I'm guessing so. I mean, the Blue Jays would really, really have to fall off here because they just have so much hitting that it's even with the pitching woes that they've gotten outside of gausman and manoa. Those two guys have been solid for them, but everybody else kind of been shaky in that rotation for them. But they hit so well that they can hit their way to enough wins. I think when it's all said and done, probably looking at the way that this is going to kind of fall, I love our Orioles team, I would love our Orioles team to get there. But again, it's just a one way street for them to kind of get in. And the one thing about that, they do not have. They don't have any frontline starters right. They don't have a single one, where there's at least that on every one of these other teams, there is not one at all. Do you agree with the odd separation between the Mariners and the razor? Yeah, I mean, yeah, I mean, the Mariners have been 5 dollars for the Mariners to get in there. Yeah, I mean, the Mariners have an easy schedule, the rest of the way as well, the rays, you should remember the division that they play in, right? So they still keep they still have to butt heads with those guys and that division. So, I mean, I think it's right, you know, I mean in Red Sox, not even pictured, but they're still in it too. Yes. Yes. I mean, it would take, I think, a herculean effort from them. Yeah, to get in there, but I don't think that that's anything that we really need. To worry about. Over on the ML side, if we take a look at the NL wild card race, at the top here, you see the braves because they're 70 and 46, and the yes is -20,000, because again, it's all but it's all but assured, right? They would have to basically said this is a, you can win division or a while. Right, right. Multiple outs. So they basically have to lose out, which is not going to happen. If you were wondering if you thought that they were going to lose every game, the rest of these. I think they're good. Yeah, they're not going to do that. Padre is 65 and 52. They are -6 50 on the yes, plus 500 on the no, but again, remember the horrible news that they get. They are not going to be with Fernando Tatís Jr. this season. He was going to actually miss not only the rest of this season, but well in the next season, for his PED suspension, the Phillies are 63 and 51. They are minus two 55 on the yes plus two O 5 on the no, brewer 61 and 52 minus one 85 on the S plus one 50 on the no and then the Giants 57 and 57. They're 9 to one on the yes and -1200 on the no. The brewers again with multiple outs, the Phillies with multiple outs in theory. I mean, like they're not going to win that division, but it's possible. Whereas the Padres are it's not possible. They're not going to win that division. Any way you look at it. I see three teams. Right with minus money in front of them with only two of them can make it. Who's the third one out? I mean, theoretically, the cardinals could be involved in that too, right, but yes. I mean, yes, if the cardinals were to lose their ground in the division of the brewers, then they would pop onto this list here. Honestly, we talked about it in with Steve Buchanan. This brewer's team to me as good as this pitching was coming into the season, the hitting has just slowed down so incredibly much. To me, it's just, if there might be one of these kind of like weird, weird ways that they find their way out of the playoffs, I think it could be, I think it could be them. I think the Phillies have set themselves up. Bryce Harper is apparently going to start taking batting practice this week. So he could be back maybe for this kind of stretch run. At some point, it's interesting to me this Billy squad, they went ahead and they went ahead and made some acquisitions. They think that they can get there this year. They certainly hit well enough. They're going to monitor this Kyle schwarber injury for sure. He's been there source of power. He's not in the lineup for them today dealing with that calf injury. That could be a pretty big blow if he's not able to get back in there for them pretty soon. Yeah, Bryce Harper, I guess, took swings today, gearing up for a minor league start team said September 1 is realistic goal for his return to the line. Yeah, so he could be there for that kind of final stretch for them and you're getting an MVP caliber player. This is kind of like what we were talking about with the tatis thing where we thought the Padres had so much potential because you're basically getting an all star acquisition at the deadline by getting him to come back and it's kind of the same thing here with this Phillies team. They've been without Bryce Harper for so incredibly long and still been able to tread water and get themselves into a position where they can make the playoffs and you get him back for that stretch run. I think it is something that is well within the range here. So I kind of like the Philly. I kind of like that way it goes. I think I like the braised Padres Phillies. So if anything would be a brewer's no. A brewer's no, but you're not getting it's not sexy enough though, right? It's only a game and a half. You're only game and a half out of the division. With again, multiple outs, right? Yeah, that's in the wild card, and you can sneak in the division. Yeah, they're only a game and a half out of the division, which is the problem. I would need a bigger price on that because they have the multiple outs here. We'll run through all of the 8 o'clock eastern hour games, take a look at the scoreboard as well, maybe talk a little bit of preseason football. It is prime time I should come back on a Monday. Betting on baseball can be a grind, but Visa has a podcast that can help. Visas baseball betting show, with host Greg Peterson. I do think that be brave should be right right about a minus one 80 inch favorite. I was sending it more around minus one 65 and 8 or one side be looking in and over. Greg goes through every game on the slate and gives you his betting analysis. Listen to download and subscribe to Visa's baseball betting show with Greg Peterson. On the iHeartRadio app. On Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your
"mitch hanker" Discussed on KOMO
"Fourth Mariners lead the Texas Rangers won the nothing in hockey It's the first period kraken lead the Colorado avalanche Three to one The avalanche just picked up another one Mix of veterans and new energy make the Seattle storm a championship contender details from Bill Swartz Training camp at full swing for the storm featuring their all star guards and Olympians Brianna Stewart jewel Lloyd and Sue bird New to the roster rookie draft picks ELISA kunin and university of Connecticut point guard I vena Westbrook thrilled to be on the team with Yukon legends Yeah a little bit especially when they're all over the gym back at school And we hear about them coach references them Good and bad all the time But I mean they come back so we've talked to them My three years a day have been able to chop it up and stuff but it's crazy Honestly before I got here It's the storm against the LA sparks Saturday night first pre season game at climate pledge arena COVID-19 cases now a big concern for the Seattle Mariners baseball team Manager Scott service and coach Manny actor the latest with positive tests isolated from the club first base coach Christopher Ned grown now the acting manager Relief picture Paul seawall has joined catcher Luis Torrance and Wright Fielder Mitch hankering on the team's COVID-19 injured list And the Seattle sounders expect to have central defender Jaime back from his injury in time for Saturday night Sacramento against the earthquakes in San Jose Sports was swore to ten and 40 after the hour northwest news radio Hurry.
"mitch hanker" Discussed on KOMO
"Shower in the early part of the day Otherwise Monday will be mostly cloudy from the como four weather center on meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson The annual gridiron dinner in Washington D.C. is turning out to be a super spreader event Scott Cara's more In all nearly 70 people including top White House officials tested positive for COVID-19 after attending the gridiron dinner last week among them attorney general Merrick Garland agriculture secretary Tom vilsack commerce secretary Gina raimondo and President Biden's sister Valerie Biden Owens The White House says President Biden tested negative for COVID on Friday I'm Scott Carr With another northwest news radio extra I'm Tom hudler another Mariner season is underway One that is full of promise and potential covering the Mariners for the Seattle times is Ryan devis and I asked him if the hype is justified I think it's a better team than what they had on the field last year even at the end We saw the flaws so we saw the negative run differential We saw how great they were in one run games and that's how game If you look at the lineup now you add Jesse winker you add you hate you as far as you have who you are Rodriguez you add Adam Fraser So why not is better The offense should be better last year They were totally reliant on Kyle Seeger at Mitch hankering in Thai France This year it should be better Divis also thanks to starting pitching will be improved Starting stocks should be better We can have Robbie ray to that mix And the bullpen is about the same I mean they've lost some guys Casey saddler Ken Giles won't be ready to go to start the season But overall I think it's a better team That doesn't necessarily mean they're going to win 92 games in 90 games and 95 games but it is a better team that should be more competitive night in and night out So can the Mariners break along play off throughout this season Honestly I think they can challenge for the American League west title Something that was unheard of in the past few years But you look at where the Astros are at you look at where the mirror is that it is not implausible to think that I think it's okay for them to think that they should make the playoffs I think that should be the expectation because they are better Seattle times Mariners reporter Ryan divis Tom northwest news radio We've all heard that money can't buy you happiness but if you have $18,000 you can earn a degree in it Centenary university in New Jersey is offering the first ever master's degree in happiness studies It says the accredited program will focus on practical and evidence.