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"mitch williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Without Mitch Williams so you know it's it's it's hard to make a case for that one being a good one but if you love the eighteen nineties and you got to know that that season doesn't happen without Mitch Williams he was a good general manager it wasn't a great general manager like everyone else who's ever worked for Tribune company he never really got the chance to finish the job because nineteen ninety was a disappointment after the ninety season they signed George bell and Dave Smith and Danny Jackson all three of them were hurt early in the ninety one season and then there's of course the famous firing of don Zimmer which really brought down the organization at the end of the season as a downgrade asco was fired him fry was fired Jim Messina was fired and that was that was the end of that but I can tell you from personal experience working with those guys working with guys like Jim fry in down simmer was was the best part of my career they were old school guys they were they were honorable guys respectful guys they weren't always the most polite guys but you know what you did what you knew where you stood with them they didn't lie to you they answered the phone when you need something and it it you know if you had a great story even if they couldn't comment on it at least they could lead you in the right direction you're either right or wrong and they were a pleasure to work with so that was a very enjoyable time for me in terms of my career but I guess if you summed up Jim fries career is the general manager at least they made the playoffs one year and there are a lot of cubs general managers you can say that the pieces in total gym fries cubs legacy looms large from the daily Herald very roster wrote that piece good deal they look at all dot com and check that out I'm glad you spent some time thanks so much for coming on the show to talk about the the legacy will forever it whatever it was it was a fun legacy for gym Friday eighty four and eighty nine Johnson my pleasure anytime now it is a very roster with us here on under the hood what Jonathan this is under the hood Jonathan who ESPN one Carlos hold for supporters that's a tough road to get to the line and every time you to do list to do one last thing corona get to slime every time you press pause every time you wind or lose track of time corona gets its line and every time the feeder up by the sun goes down the corona get to drop a line and find your beach please drink responsibly corona extra beer importer by crown imports.

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"mitch williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mitch Williams wild thing comes in X. called. so but anyway I love the I love the ninety three Phyllis they're fantastic okay good take a break here we got some weather and then we come back after the break we're gonna wrap up the Beatles talk then I've got to some talk about some. some very valuable things that were destroyed by a priceless things and the morons who destroyed the. what's that prices things in a more on to destroy them and also we have and another real edition of know your onions coming up after the four thirty news so stick around for that and again you have to know the difference between real news headlines an onion news headlines and it gets really hard will take two phone callers to be our two contestants and each will play a full round with Tom and you will go home empty handed either way but know your onion no your news headlines from the good the the real from the fake that's all coming up okay let's see for today a cold front sweeps through our area. into scattered showers and a few thunderstorms or are possible in the morning afternoon high temps in the mid to upper seventies clearing skies cooler overnight with diminishing winds for tomorrow sunny seasonable temperatures afternoon highs around seventy degrees clouds will return overnight scattered showers or or thunderstorms possible toward sunrise. for Friday an influx of warmer more humid air brings an elevated chance of showers and thunderstorms are the front passes at night ending showers in bringing cooler air center a slight chance of showers mainly south or east of the city of Chicago early a cooler in the afternoon highs in the mid sixties a chance of showers overnight and then for Sunday variable clouds with a chance of thunderstorms mainly in the morning then turning partly sunny breezy and warm high temperatures low to mid seventies far north low eighty south it is currently sixty degrees at o'hare it is sixty seven midway sixty eight at the lake front all right let's take a quick break here on seven twenty WGN wrap up the Beatles talk and we're gonna talk about priceless things in the morons who destroyed them and then maybe we'll talk a little bit with you guys over the phone lines about collectibles what if you guys collect anything. whether it's worth anything or not right will be back after this. this is a message from the emergency stuff crust warning system she. 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Wednesday night well tonight I should say that TV shows theme that TV show comes back it's always sunny in Philadelphia who requested that this coming to us from Kim in Skokie came in Skokie obviously a fan of sunny. how can she be. Hey come up at the six o'clock Steve Cochran has your morning drive right here in W. G. and and coming up the stories that matter with Vic lawn in northwestern medicine news room. all right we're talking about the Beatles tomorrow. it's the.

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"mitch williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To go from boshi to Kapler but who knows well one thing I'd say he's got a plan is no doubt in my mind he's got a plan is not going to wake up on October first to say I haven't thought about the manager it to me and it's offensive to really start sorting out guys he would replace Moshi I don't even want to hear it you know and I I have yep yep the plan if you're the star on your all over it but just to get it out of the papers in this and that I I I just feel like you know I want to think about it though the season's over you right as a whole six weeks ago in a celebration of boat you really the of his of timbre well we got the eighty nineteen of the celebration today Bruce and Henry's gonna come on and just a little while ago he was actually the beat writer at that time and for the open trade hinder the open trip this is doing is tweeting of course is another world right now but he was to be right at the Oakland Tribune eighty nine covering the giants but your thoughts about eighty nine bridge yeah but I'd just gotten the chronicle called a few months before so I was out there you know it as a columnist and but when I think of eighty nine I mean I don't go straight to the earthquake at all I like that I I go so let me take a lot more about that is that the great will Clark hit up the middle Mitch Williams on a perfectly gorgeous day at candlestick in you know hearing a Greenwald's call later in which is what a massive hit that was and then going into the playoffs against the against the cubs and will Clark just dominating everybody including Greg Maddux who is with the cubs then and there and what a what a compelling team that was to me talk about of the final school manager you know all right Roger Craig was exactly that and he he knew his stuff and he he he knew how to manage a game and and I'm really weigh what wild even calling some of the pitches for the for instance the figures that you didn't feel were quite ready to take command of the game the so so many so many great things in on the on the a side I mean that's that might be the best team I've ever seen I mean it is it's right up there with the great Yankees in Cincinnati team.

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"mitch williams" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Ninety-three Blue Jays. Yeah. I was going to say ninety two hundred three guys Kreider walk off. Yeah. Albro. You remember that off Mitch Williams amazing? Well, I think that when you win there, you're automatically tied into that city, right? I think everything just kind of comes from there. So I think because of him winning this championship here. I think it makes it extremely hard for him to leave. Right. As an athlete for myself. I got the chance to win a World Series in New York. And if I had the opportunity to sign a free agent contract, the year after winning that because nowadays the day after you win a championship. It seems like us in the media. We're talking about can they do it again. Who's going to win the next season? Right. So I think for myself when I look at that I think that yeah, obviously Kobe won the championship this year and what's going to happen. Is he going to do it again next year? So I think that. Makes it hard for him to leave just because of not only that, but the way he's treated their man the super fans coming out. He's telling everybody, we're going to treat Kawai the Toronto way, which is I'd love to be quiet this point time. That man is never going to pay for another meal, the rest of his life, especially if he signs in Toronto. They got the colline undying thing going on some guy offer him a three million dollar penthouse downtown. I understand that he will be Toronto royalty for the rest of his life. But if you never wanted to be there in the first place, how awesome does it have to be for you to be like, you know what my dream was to play in Los Angeles? My gene was to go back home. I don't want to deal with the cold weather. I just wanna live. That's so Cal life. Look, we all live here, beautifully understand, how amazing it is you over there. He knows I love it. My you talking about leaving all the time you're never leaving. Nope. Going nowhere. So is the extra money that Toronto can offer is that were staying in Toronto long-term when it's not really a place he wanted to be anyway, regardless of if you wanna championship or not. And look when you look at the way, the west is going to shape up, it's going to be absolutely stacked. It's going to be harder basketball wise, for sure. But if your goal was to play in Los Angeles, no matter, what, what stops and coins earned the right to go wherever he wants. There's no doubt in my mind I feel like you wanna championship you do what you do one and done. I mean, we don't in college college basketball, all the time he's kids come out for the freshman year. They went championships. They leave they move on anyway. So I think for myself, I won't quite to do what he wants to do is earned that, right? And for him to win the championship the way that they did and for him to be the, the unassuming superstar, right? He just kind of just goes out there and does it for him. I go where he wants. We heard a lot of talk about New York, we heard a lot of talk about Los Angeles, whether it's a clippers or the Lakers. Yeah. Well. Said Philadelphia might get a meeting. So if anybody in the NBA should be going after this guy. Yeah. One thousand percent and I wanted to turn it back on you. What would you do if you were him? Well, I don't know. I think at this point in time it might be a little different situation for myself. I family at the time. So going through my sixty or free agency that was right after I was leaving New York for myself. Yes, you do want to go for the money because an ath- because four an athlete, this life doesn't last forever. So you need to stockpile as much as you can. So when you're all washed up, like at thirty eight year old like I am got something to fall back on. Right. So I think for why I mean obviously the money's going to be there, whether it's one hunt, what, what other deal could he get if it's not five for one ninety what else would be the deal else. I think people are talking about he could stay in Toronto..

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"mitch williams" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Come up with the answer. But until they do the planes are grounded bad was correspondent Tom foreman. And this is Westwood One. News a week in review. A court has upheld the verdict awarded to former major league player Mitch Williams in his battle with his former employer the MLB network. Correspondent John Stolnis has more. New Jersey court has ruled that a lower court's decision to award the relief pitcher, formerly known as the Wild Thing. One and a half million dollars back in two thousand seventeen was right in their decision and has upheld that award Williams was working as an analyst on the MLB network when he was fired in two thousand fourteen after reports about his conduct at a youth baseball game in which he was coaching his son's team. Then. The network said he violated a morals clause in his deal. But Williams sued for breach of contract and won the case two years ago. The network appealed saying the judge made unfair evidence rulings Williams is best known for giving up a home run to Joe Carter that ended the nineteen ninety three World Series in victory for the Toronto. Blue Jays over his team. The Philadelphia Phillies, I'm John stole President Trump dealt. A stunning rebuke as twelve Senate Republicans joined all of the Democrats to shoot down his declaration of national emergency. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has our story. Michael congress wins around the president declared a national emergency. So he could build his border wall. Taking funds not appropriated by congress to do. So first of all said Democratic Senator Patrick layhee the situation at the southern border is not a national emergency. What kind of national emergency is resolved this national emergency by a vaguely defined multi year construction project. Republican Senator Tom cotton's said it is a true emergency killings and caravans and cartels out the border or fake emergency. I'd really hate to see a genuine emergency. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell agreed saying the president was right to declare a national emergency is simply operated within exiting.

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"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Mclovin. Just sent me this tweet you either want the player or you don't time for the Phillies to show us, which it is. This is from a tweet describing a quote from former MLB GM Jim Duquette on MLB radio. Okay. And he said that the Phillies have been between two seventy five and three hundred the whole time. Yeah. They have not come off that number. I think everyone assumed they went above Machado. Okay. So Harper's I can do that to what the Phillies have not been offering big money. This whole time. I don't know. I I don't know. don't know. But I have the power to I would love to be able to. But I can't because I five ten now this next. Meet madness is coming up in the month of March. And so tomorrow's the last day, we're going to be taking the meet Friday songs for the contest, and it's down to thirty to meet Friday songs, and there's a lot of pressure because you're going to be voting. It'll be on the app and it'll start a week from tomorrow where you vote on these meet madness songs. And then by the time we get to Minneapolis in early April. We will go from the final four to the final two to our champion. And we'll crown Mr. or MRs meet madness for the Dan Patrick show. We were also talking about all the goofy things that have happened in this. We we shoot hoops every day. But I said to Seton what what's the best thing athletically that's ever happened in our studio does we've been in the studio for how many years now. Oh, nine okay. But there's been a lot of. Paulie wrestled Kyle Dake the four-time and say champion. And I lasted twelve seconds did okay. He had he had to pins in his career as a college wrestler quicker than twelve seconds. So I was the third worst wrestler he'd ever face. Yeah. Mclovin. Bench pressing two hundred pounds four times. That is accurate. I think we went crazy for that. Because we weren't quite sure if you were able to do two hundred pounds was a wheel punishment that was on the I think so something like that. We've had a lot of showers of shame. And there's nothing outlet about that some trick shots, basketball wise, we had the former Xavier big man, what was his name Matt stained Brooke at six ten guy and mclovin scored on him. I'd five chess is a score. Locked my first three shots at I up under them. Yeah. And his coach, I don't know if that was Chris MAC at the time he actually called in or Sen. Senate message to, you know, his former player to say you complain about his defense there, and but mclovin scored on. So you probably had the two the two greatest reactions for athletic achievement in here. Mclovin in here. Yeah. You should see port St. for that. We're showing it right now in full uniform trying to be you have a little. Fun. We're celebrating like the nineteen eighty USA hockey going insane. But but that and lifting bench pressing two hundred pounds four times. So you've you've had the best athletic moments compared the bars a little lower. But you still have had the best moments in here outlet Oakley. Yes. And fritzy in wiffle ball took Mitch Williams. Deep took off. Yeah. Lefty against lefty, and I was going to swap him out. But it was wiffle ball with Mitchell. What about I know? It's more on the road. Excite. He took a pretty nice punched in the jaw that fans who punched him was seen punched him in the jaw then elbow, knee and the jaw simul within minutes. But he said go ahead. You know, I got this titanium jaw or something seemed a good scene..

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"mitch williams" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"I wish I would have seen the sixty. I liked it. Let's let's stay there for second. So they're they're both super similar were you you're stuck watching the first episode. You're like I don't have anything else to do you're on a plane. Watching Brock Meyer your at your house. Watching the first episode of eastbound and down it takes a little while to get to the genius of the show and who's cooler uncanny powers, those cool. Kenny powers, maybe Brock, mar do, you know, Kenny powers is based around Mitch Mitch Williams of Westland high school, Mitch Williams went Wild Thing. I know he was he was on the show. He was on the podcasts. Okay. But did you know that? So you didn't know that. I did not I forgot he moved. He moved away doesn't take a ton of pride and his his his days in west Westland. But Westland takes a lot of pride in him. Now, did he grow? He's not a. Linear. Then he just happened to be here for a minute. I don't actually know how that works. But I know that he graduated Westland high school, and I believe he did all four years in high school. And I thought that as a kid he came through it. I don't actually know he moved into moved out like cave McNally did. But I do know he moved away. But did you know that Kenny powers is based around thing? I did not. Yeah. I I asked him flat out one time. I said, hey, where you consultant on that this come with a check. And he goes do same as you. He said everyone says that's what the players about was me. And I saw similarities myself, but no, I've never been called at never consultant. And I certainly never got a check. All right. So so I know you talked about some of the stuff on beyond the fight that happened out in Australia, particularly waking up at five thirty in the morning. How much drama around the event Whitaker? Does does something like that Whitaker? Pulling out how much drama does that 'cause everybody. Okay. So tremendous levels of stress, but largely within Dana daynuss circle. I mean, he's got to go to work. And this never came out. I'm not reporting. Some insider knowledge, I'm just making a prediction for you that when this happened Dana likely tried to move is versus Anderson to a main event of five rounds, he likely even went as far as to say, we'll put an intern title out there and just get on with this thing right now, I don't know once told me that I just know the way he operates in his mind operates. But I also know that Anderson Silva would refuse that if you will remember at UFC two hundred they gave Anderson Silva, a fight with the reigning world champion of Daniel Cormie at two hundred and five pounds and Anderson said, man. Do it. You're giving me two days notice I'll get on an airplane. But I will not do five rounds, and they can't be for the championship. And he goes that can't be for the championship and David said to him. But if you win you won't be champion Anderson said if I win everybody will know him the champion and Dana said, no, not really if it's not for the title. We won't do it. And I only offer you that because I think Anderson would push back and be fine to do. So. But I would imagine that there was a major turmoil at the end when all the dust settled everybody was very happy the arena, by example, sat roughly eighteen thousand people the UFC had Wofford a refund. Now, you hear all this business about card subject to change. That's true and less it's the main event, and that depends what jurisdiction you go to some can be subject to change just period. I can tell you where they were in Melbourne. The main event changes everybody's entitled to a refund. Joel I don't think anyone took it. I looked around that arena..

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"mitch williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So just set up shop here radio row, obviously Tiki is back in New York. He's coming out on Wednesday guest list. This tight as always big names listeners as you would expect and we'll bring them all for you. And you don't want to run this by here because we began to stick our collective toe in the legacy pool. Yes. And without becoming married to that too much. Got a question for you. At least want to position something to you. It almost seems that quarterbacks are. Or pedal is more and crushed in the court of public opinion as we kind of gather legacies and established legacies for losing in the Super Bowl rather than lauded forgetting their and the guys who don't get to the Super Bowl that much like your Brett farve. It's it's not held the it's almost like the fact that they won conference championship games. While a lot of others didn't is kind of held against him by losing the Super Bowl. It is. But I think quarterbacks in head coaches get defined by Super Bowls that that is what it is. It's unfortunate, and it's unfair in a sense. But I guess it's the biggest indicator of true leadership. Can you get to the ultimate stage? And then win that game on that stage. And if you can't then there must be something wrong as that fair. I agree with you BT. But that's just how it's how it's always been viewed especially at a team sport like football were so many other things can go wrong. I mean, you could literally have the kicker chunk a chip shot that would have won the game. And we'll talk about a decade later is how good or bad the quarterback played. You know what I mean? And at the same time think about all the the the atom Viteri game winning field goals that have allowed Tom Brady to have. I know a couple of those rings that he has on his finger right now. I know so the, yeah, the context is always glossed over it not completely forgotten over time. Yeah. It is. Because you don't you don't think about it in in you only think about who the big name was and it's free. Go back to my Super Bowl. Right. There's there's a couple of their to some from my Super Bowl one that the defense. The Baltimore Ravens. Head was one of the greatest ever played in football. They were ridiculous with Tony Serra goose and Sam Adams up front in the linebacking core. Peter Bulwer, and obviously great Lewis now secondary was good as well offensively was Jamal Lewis for them. And and Trent Dilfer was their quarterback. Right. I know, but the narrative is this defense was fantastic. They forced Kerry Collins and two five turnovers five interceptions in the second half. But what's lost is that right before halftime? Jessie, Armstead intercepted a screen pass. In return for touchdown would have made it a tie gave. And it it's a completely different ball game. If that happens, we don't go into the locker room is Sean Payton comes out and says, you know, what we got to play hurry up. We gotta keep this team off balance. We've got to be in our spread formation in play two-minute minute offense as. Opposed to winding up running our regular office because we had to find a way to catch them off guard in doing that as it when we adjusted well, guess, guess what? So did the Baltimore Ravens. And instead of presenting a defense they'd show a defense, and they flip it as soon as Carrie would look down to get the stamp because we're now in shotgun. Right. They'd look we'd look down and get the snap. They he'd look up. It's a different defense and he does five interceptions in the second half. And so take a the nuance of what happened in games gets lost over time. All we have all we were member. Is it the Baltimore Ravens with a average quarterback in a great defense made Kerry Collins who was having a really good season that year looked like he was an amateur. You know what I mean? So I know exactly what you made here. He had a great year that year and Jerry was terrific for you guys except Mcgann. The ravens I get you. I'm going to give you even a much more recent example, that's obviously personal. And and it's it's incredible here it from you, but take Greg's airline throw him into it. Yeah force. Let's say let's say the Rams win on Sunday. Whether you know, he's kind of along for the ride Goth like Big Ben was his first one. Whether he throws for three thirty and three touchdowns or somewhere between whatever let's say the Rams win and Jared Goff has one Super Bowl and he's a couple of years into his career. And let's say in six years because we're gonna probably a lot of turtle with the roster. The Ford some of these quarterbacks they brought ensues contract. Let's say it takes them a little while to reboot, and let's say in six years Jared Goff wins number two. Yeah. All right. Again, I'm putting the put down the road a little bit. But I I want to illustrate example here people will forget. Enlarge part that Greg's airline knocked it almost sixty order. Now if he'd double dog stat like what happened in Chicago? A couple of weeks back actually tripled, wink when you factor in the tip. And then boom, the triple linkage. We'll forget about that. But like if he misses that and he hits the upright or the crossbar. They have a short field. Let's say drew Brees the saints score. Let's say the saints a play now. Instead of the Rams is okay. It's amazing that a good chunk of the reason why Jared Goff is playing it. A couple of days for chance to win Super Bowl. Number one is because they're live banged it. A fifty seven yard, right. If he misses it. We know what happened and think about the difference in perception Jared Goff with one championship when it's all said and done or Jared Goff with two now. I know it's crazy. What's mean, the obvious? The real example is look at look at look at drew Brees got one championship. He's been unbelievably doesn't have the MVP but five multiple five thousand yard seasons. Easily first ballot hall of Famer he's got one championship because he got into a an overtime game. That was determined by the non call. Then he throws interception. Wants don't they fallow gets in his face after everything what seven or eight interceptions all season long those. Single digit interceptions. He throws reception in overtime of the NFC championship game. And he might not get another chance to win the Super Bowl. So yeah. Legacies. Get defined by the littlest things, and it's sometimes plays. Sometimes it's you know, a quarter or or or mistakes, but it's always defined by things that we don't think about are going to define players. I have a great question for you. I don't know my answer yet. But I think that as we flush through I think this could be a really interesting conversation. You're ready. All right. Just popped into my head. You'll like this teak which player, and we don't have to limit this to the NFL matter of fact, I definitely don't even want to I want to open this up to every major team sport. Name the player that and I'll do the same that you think has unfairly benefited and conversely unfairly been chastised for the circumstances of their team accomplishment or failure. Over time. Now like, so. A good one would be of course, LeBron James, you know, maybe Kevin Durant getting shade for kata joining the party, maybe you closer in baseball history who gave up I mean, they're all in inopportune in October. But, you know, a real inopportune Basit or homerun like Mitch Williams for the Phillies that jumps to mind for me. Maybe not for you. But that's centrally on my mind somebody that is unfairly elevated and unfairly. Yeah. Placed at a spot where they shouldn't be that that is that is unfair to them. I mean negatively, it's the one that jumps off my top of my head is Donovan McNabb because of how great a career he had. But the fact that he never wanted a Super Bowl and the one that he went to even though we played great in it. Right. And we we we all remember him by throwing up because Teo pointed it out, right? And made a big deal about it. But Donovan McNabb had a great career. But his his career gets the fine. By the fact that he was throwing up at a Super Bowl is not fair. Great. It's weird. He's he's even got this weird relationship in Philadelphia. I think I think they respect him. They appreciate him maybe less so now because they've actually won a Super Bowl. But but prior to the Super Bowl the greatest thing. Football wise that it had happened in a long time. The Philadelphia was Donovan McNabb invive NFC championship games. One one of them. But we have discounted his his import to the Philadelphia football community because he didn't win a Super Bowl. And because Teo created this narrative that he was week. You know what I mean? That's a good one. I liked that one. I feel like we can really apply this thought to the modern NBA is we kind of fused. Both sports. Baseball's a little different. Yeah. Individual BT is. So it's different. It's harder. It's easier. Yeah. Yeah. No question. Hey, listen. If Marietta's career wasn't so platinum, you know, we would focus more on when he gives up the home runs. The sandy alum more back in ninety seven is first real chance being closer after John wetland in ninety six obviously won the MVP and the Yankees beat the braids in World Series. And and he failed in ninety seven most stumbled, but because there was so much success even in the old one World Series. You know after nine eleven the broken-bat base hit up the middle, which was a crusher game seven Arizona, that's largely certainly forgiven. Biking fans, you had largely forgotten by baseball fans because how great he was there's gotta be Mike anybody jumped out you here. We're talking about. I think Mitch Williams is a really good one when he gave up the homerun to Joe Carter in the ninety three World Series. I mean, Mitch Williams was money. Mitch Williams was pretty damn good for a long time. And he gave up that home run the first walk. Off home run in World Series history. The Joe Carter touchable. Joe? You'll never hit a bigger home run in your life that that comes to mind. I'm trying to think of guy Norwood Nawroz got Norwood. Yeah. Or would how do we not think of Scott Norwood? Yeah. You know? Yeah. But that was Bella check man that was that was that defense. Go ahead Thurman Thomas have a day, we're gonna stop you from doors. You're doing going to close, and it's interesting because you fast forward that or you apply at two right now. And I said this it's going into the break BT the pats don't blow anybody out they really don't. I mean, maybe every now and then there's a game where you as an offense. Make a ton of mistakes. They take advantage of it. And they beat jeopardy baked but most of the games have played close to the vest and they're tight and they've just fine as they don't have the weapons to blow. You all. Agreed. They just can't. Agreed. And so it always seems to come down to that. You know that kick or that moment in the? That they that they have the ability control. And again, it talks talks to Tom Brady, and it talks to the construction of the team, whether it's a staff meeting, the coordinators, etc. But this is Bill Belichick. This is Mojo. It's he's been this way since he was the giants defensive coordinator back in the early eighties. Is this is how he thinks about football. And it's smart, right? So many coaches, and I remember this from Sean Payton we played the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC championship game. He he just knew it was going to be a blow out like his his his idea was we are going to blow this team out. And fortunately, we did. But the same thing can come back and bite you when you when you when you go off the rails a little bit. I think in having a little bit to show Payton in the NFC championship game. He stays aggressive, right? He's the I'm gonna make this big play. And we're going to take this shot. It's third and Taylor. We're going to run this swing round and get it down feel either. The more prudent plays would have been the run the ball and run the clock down to whatever it would have been. And then try to kick the field goal. And so he's that aggressive attitude sometimes worked for you. You sometimes it doesn't work for you. Whereas the consistency with Bill Belichick coaches at philosophize game plans is we're going to do all the little things until until we do one more little thing than you do in that one more little thing is going to win us the game in your let me ask you this real quick. I want to run this. I go back to pay for secure because listen, we've had Sean Payton on the show. I don't know six seven times he's been great to us here on Tiki and Tierney. I don't profess to know what we see in these cool that he's friendly. But I mean, he was your coach, and you guys can go down have drinks have dinner. You guys boys? Do you believe that his arrogance or his confidence? No, I really got the best of now, I think aggression aggression. I think you do you do I think like, I don't think you need to modify that way. No..

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"mitch williams" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"I'd have been on that list of phone calls, and I admit probably showed up I don't I don't feel like the president Braga better things to do is the wisest play as a different situation for me than Steve Harvey when it comes to the whole Trump. Visit I feel like and maybe it's because I'm a comic, and I know a little more I feel like Steve Harvey's record with helping the black community and standing up at a black community and giving money to kids in the hoodie awards and supporting focusing on black biz he has enough of a track record where our right? That's a weird choice. But if you think that will help us. Okay. Steve harvey. Yeah. You get he he gotta give them a pass. He's done way. Too much. I don't agree. With it used. All right, fun Konya another hand. Now, what are you doing? And also don't forget Steve Harvey host Miss Universe, which is owned by Donald Trump neutral, right? The man has called you India. And I got it all the guys that were like no it before Trump became president though. Yeah. But he was still, but that's your guy. Right. Like your guy calls you. It is like, hey, we gotta go in. All right. I guess I gotta go is the same reason why nobody brings up Jim Brown when he talked about black people when he met with Trump because Jim Brown got a deep enough resume to that one. Can it's like marring Jim Brown is like the fact that Mariano Rivera blew a game seven World Series, which is later ride. And no. Who's the greatest relief? If it was any of the reliever who blew Galvante, let Mitch Williams live down game six Joe Carter Toronto. Right. And but Mariana revere literally blows it four NO one never discussed took up. Never mentioned like literally like never happen. We don't talk about it because he built a deep enough resume where we go. Yeah. That's I feel like that's the Trump meeting at least Jim Brown. Steve Harvey still hold over his head. Steve Harvey on say some piss off. But Jim Brown is like you done. Jim. You own probably C T E them Wilno was going on in your head. You ran a lot and your March. Right. We all do respect, sir. I was. Spite of everything Jim Brown has done. Right. Like our machine didn't know like when people die, and we figure out how to deal with them who go over heat win. Jim Brown dies. Right. Because we got a whole lot of stuff that we got to throw in there. But I saw Jim Brown guesses about two three years ago at SoHo house in Miami. And he was a big show and he's walking with a cane..

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"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"So it became guilt by association if you played if you've got bigger if you hit a home run opposite field if you hit one thirty rows deep you must be using. But baseball created this. You know, they fought the the Commissioner on testing, and what kind of testing, and unfortunately, you had innocent people who were swept up in this. I don't think Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds innocent. I think you look at Clemens when he was in Boston, and they let him go. They let him go for a reason he was on the decline goes to Toronto. And all of a sudden he's found the fountain of youth and also his trainer. Why would his trainer make that up? Wouldn't you go the other way you would protect Clemens? And you know, I believe that the trainer said what he said, you know, you can say, you know, was the slimy because he collected evidence you can say a lot of different things about his trainer. But I don't think he lied about helping Roger with PD's because Roger went to Toronto. He was a completely different pitch came to the Yankees completely different than he was in Boston size-wise completely different bonds. He was you know, built like olive oil. And then all of a sudden, look like Popeye. And what he was doing how he was doing it. He was doing it at you know, on godly rate, a freakish rape. So I would ask Mitch Williams that Mitch? If I put you under oath and ask you if you think Clements, use steroids Moba say, and the voters have to sort through this in a hopefully, we get past this and see Mitch if you want to call into the program and love to hear from but. Sammy Sosa never tested positive. What what was Sammy's vote total? He got about seven and a half percent. But why you never chest oppose. We're going to, you know, Raphael Palmeiro tested positive the end of his career. Like if we're going to give bonds credit? Well, you know, he was he was a hall of Famer before he started using Rafy. He tested positive at the end of his career. So do we assume that he wasn't using before? No. He was using before do you? Find it weird that bonds and Clemens votes. Go up every year when does cheating, not bother you. How many years to someone someone's cheating in sport cease to bother you? Or is it a younger generation is voting and they weren't personally burned by those guys watching that. I think a younger generation was entertained by these guys on steroids, and they don't have a problem. Whereas I I always think about Hank Aaron whenever I think about bonds being the all time home run champ. I always think about Hank. Aaron my thoughts always come back to him in ever changed in size. You know, he wasn't hitting tape measure shots. He was just the ideal ball player. Did what he had to do for a long period of time and bonds comes along and all of a sudden gets artificially inflated and becomes the all time home run chip. And I feel bad for Hank. Aaron not that he needs my sympathy. But Hank Aaron did it the right way. And Barry Bonds did not see this is all this trend is shaping up. So interesting to for a rod and Alex Rodriguez comes up he's going to be. I mean, he might end up being the first one led in well, Alex. You're you could be right seating. Alex's been on this goodwill tour, that's what's going on. Now that's been happening friends with the media part of the media Sunday night baseball. You know, Dayton jaylo. He just he seems like a completely different guy than the guy was trying to bring down major league baseball at the end of his career. And I do think that he thinks the goodwill this goodwill tour that he's on is going to get him into the hall of fame..

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"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"So it became guilt by association if you played if you've got bigger if you hit a home run opposite field if you hit one thirty rows deep you must be using. But baseball created this. You know, they fought the the Commissioner on testing, and what kind of testing, and unfortunately, you had innocent people who were swept up in this. I don't think Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds innocent. I think you look at Clemens when he was in Boston, and they let him go. They let him go for a reason he was on the decline goes to Toronto. And all of a sudden he's found the fountain of youth and also his trainer. Why would his trainer make that up? Wouldn't you go the other way you would protect Clemens? And you know, I believe that the trainer said what he said, you know, you can say, you know, was the slimy because he collected evidence you can say a lot of different things about his trainer. But I don't think he lied about helping Roger with PD's because Roger went to Toronto. He was a completely different pitch came to the Yankees completely different than he was in Boston size-wise completely different bonds. He was you know, built like olive oil. And then all of a sudden, look like Popeye. And what he was doing how he was doing it. He was doing it at you know, on godly rate, a freakish rape. So I would ask Mitch Williams that Mitch? If I put you under oath and ask you if you think Clements, use steroids Moba say, and the voters have to sort through this in a hopefully, we get past this and see Mitch if you want to call into the program and love to hear from but. Sammy Sosa never tested positive. What what was Sammy's vote total? He got about seven and a half percent. But why you never chest oppose. We're going to, you know, Raphael Palmeiro tested positive the end of his career. Like if we're going to give bonds credit? Well, you know, he was he was a hall of Famer before he started using Rafy. He tested positive at the end of his career. So do we assume that he wasn't using before? No. He was using before do you? Find it weird that bonds and Clemens votes. Go up every year when does cheating, not bother you. How many years to someone someone's cheating in sport cease to bother you? Or is it a younger generation is voting and they weren't personally burned by those guys watching that. I think a younger generation was entertained by these guys on steroids, and they don't have a problem. Whereas I I always think about Hank Aaron whenever I think about bonds being the all time home run champ. I always think about Hank. Aaron my thoughts always come back to him in ever changed in size. You know, he wasn't hitting tape measure shots. He was just the ideal ball player. Did what he had to do for a long period of time and bonds comes along and all of a sudden gets artificially inflated and becomes the all time home run chip. And I feel bad for Hank. Aaron not that he needs my sympathy. But Hank Aaron did it the right way. And Barry Bonds did not see this is all this trend is shaping up. So interesting to for a rod and Alex Rodriguez comes up he's going to be. I mean, he might end up being the first one led in well, Alex. You're you could be right seating. Alex's been on this goodwill tour, that's what's going on. Now that's been happening friends with the media part of the media Sunday night baseball. You know, Dayton jaylo. He just he seems like a completely different guy than the guy was trying to bring down major league baseball at the end of his career. And I do think that he thinks the goodwill this goodwill tour that he's on is going to get him into the hall of fame..

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"mitch williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Cowart grave voices. We got thrown out in this segment with Bill king and Greenwald. Just brilliant. We're so spoiled in the bay area when it comes to that. With the with the we've talked about that. I mean, that's been our staple here at length. We don't need to get into. It. Just reminded me of how great or lucky, and I feel like I think we are lucky our generation because now we're getting so much into you. Having you know, either watch red zone on Sundays not listen to it. You're gonna watch more baseball. Whether it's on anything. That's a great point the kids will not get to appreciate what it really is crew and kype probably the most because they're going to be heard the most right hundred sixty two during the season. Yeah. We're we're lucky to to think about like having all the great ones. Whether we heard him or not. And it starts with those two right there. On Simmons and Greenwald. Bill king. I mean, you can go on and on about the earlier days. But then you get to the guys now. Currently now, it's ridiculous. Well, said I mean, I agree with you. Let's go to happy most got us. Happy better be happy happy. I'm cathy. But I have to. Hey, hang on let us crush F P real quick f p it's Kathy. And she says this and you could hear her easily on this. You cannot mix that up and it's a low square. Sorry, kathy. No, it's okay. Kevin. Franson ghosts barten-. Thank Yarden pride. I love you. I have to say when you guys I said this. My thing was will Clark gets Mitch Williams. When I was I wanna say in the late seventies. The giants were down seven to one against the Pittsburgh Pirates. He'd appointees McCovey may they scored all these runs. One eight two seven the bottom of the ninth with two outs. If anyone remembers that game. It was against the pirates. But anyways, my original call was niche Williams picking will Clark. Uh-huh. That hit up the middle, which you guys already just said, which is awesome. It's what Kathy we if you think about it, the more and more you cumulate people with that moment. You know? That's what our fourth one that. We've had on just on the Mitch Williams. Yeah. Just that one just that that's a pretty defining moment. That's pretty I mean, it is to me again because I I had Blanco diving catch sorry. But you're not way off because I mean, really if that's the first member that's burned into your brain. That's the memory, then that's the one because that was. Like, there's plenty of stuff from early on. But if you looking at the entire run from ten to fourteen if that's the point it just to find another who was it. That was talking about earlier just the the the unlikely hero. Yeah. I forgot about each. Great call and it was great. And it really makes me think about the Bronco because who's the most unlikely hero in that whole thing. Greg lonzo. Here's.

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"mitch williams" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Fox Sports radio said that the job for the Browns wasn't intriguing to successful head coaches because Baker Mayfield twitchy responded, L O L. The Browns are winning the north next year. Here's me if I'm a successful head coach, I am hooking my wagon up to Baker Mayfield. I guess everyone has opinion he's dynamite. Man. There's no denying it. Phone lines. Let's sneak in some more Byron in Colorado Springs. Let's give them a second. Swing of the bat. You're there barn. Thanks back to me. I just got real quick throw Mitch Williams under the bus the only guy I've never met. But still hated all the same housing sixth grade rich when he gave up that game ending World Series winning homerun to choke harder sitting in my living room, and my fitted Phillies, sad that I say twenty dollars to go to champ sports to buy with my hard-earned money, and he pissed it all away and cried that night rich. I'm not proud to say it, but I'm not in the sixth grade anymore. I ever see that guy again, rich swear can't forgive him fired. Thanks for holding on and staring that why I'm sports all away. Peten idaho. Let's go to Peten Idaho. Beautiful state of Idaho. Where my my family loves to ski and hang out. What's going on there? P Hi, rich. rich, a the. Dallas over area. And play in buffalo Calvin point in buffalo and the Super Bowl. I'm in the big office pool. Gives Gives up. up a fumble rumble. Five yard line in the end going. You only becomes behind him in strips goal of the game is the game. The game was was decided or did you have one of those squares for for the score that was about to hit and some sort of lottery. I that cost was ready for the bragging rights to win two hundred and fifty. No, no. I knew it. I knew how to be something like that. Over twenty years trying to catch up on and they thought that would have been a grain steak way after Christner. There you go. We'll ask Chris to see if he can get your two hundred fifty bucks back Pete. Off across the table testing. Thanks for the call Pete callback. I knew it had to be something like that. Because if you're going to be Leon Lett, you're going to go the fax giving game that actually cost you a win against the dolphins in the snow. No, he went that one on micro. Coz that score. It was always way out of hand at that point in time square. You had those squares. That you couldn't spare that square man square all been there x marks spot for that square. Yeah. Man. I can't believe I I missed out on John Smith that guy. That was something else that really was something else. I'll never forget that until it came to this very moment here. Tomorrow show Daniel Jeremiah will phone in my new colleague, I think he's I guess he's going to be in the booth for the combine next to me now that may ought jolted us after a decade and a half there in Oakland. You'll get to talk to make the combine I think so I felt p hopefully he'll come in. G E G with the double E unforgettable name. The man they call master g well, my name is known all over the world, all the FOX. Honestly, there's that and he could quote stripes. That's it. I Capelle all on. I told you the story about what he did with with Ivan right direct stripes who is directing draft day when he and I were in it, and we had a meeting with Ivan Reitman, and he told them I told Ivan, you know, this is a great moment for us personally that we're gonna be in your film, and certainly for Mike because the only film he knows in the history of pop culture's stripes and Ivan Reitman's like, oh, well, thanks. Appreciate that. And to which Mike responded. Well, I love that movie. It was great. But then until the very end when you guys went to Germany that thing it really just took a turn. I'm like, Mike not everything requires an evaluation. But he said basically that Ivan Reitman said that they ran out of money for the budget. So they had to figure out. Okay. So we got an RV we'll make it. We'll just change the script that we're going around Germany. We lost our big toe. Our sergeant hulkah- deejays on the show tomorrow. He's in the radio booth with Matt money Smith here locally in Los Angeles for chargers..

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"mitch williams" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:42 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Because he's a terrific sports journalist. He's also an attorney. And he's also an amateur psychologist was there any doubt that the season would end the way it was meant to Lester Munson. I am not sure there wasn't any doubt. My guess is that yesterday morning in Catholic churches, and Methodist, churches, and Presbyterian churches, all over Chicago people were praying for that placekicker because everybody knew that he was the weak link. And I think most sports fans know that when you're in a playoff when you're in any thing close to a championship game. You cannot hide the weak link something will happen. And that will be what causes you to lose that. That's exactly what happened. L michael's? You know, he he he's a professional broadcaster. He has seen a lot of different things. He couldn't believe what he was saying. Collins worth was in the same category. I don't think anybody could believe it. I was sitting with my family last night, and when just like Chico the ad with Ron Rivera, the ice the kicker by calling that time out to everybody in the room. I said I predict not only does he miss this one. But I think it's gonna hit the upright. Which is impossible. If he tried to hit the upright six times, it would take him a thousand kicks. I mentioned Scott Norwood, of course, from nineteen Ninety-one who was a very bitter man after that actually spent some time on a on a Norwegian cruise with a bunch of Super Bowl champions and guys weren't champions but have played in the Super Bowl, and he got up and left a Q and A session because people are just kind of mocking him about him missing the kick against the giants. But as this up in the pantheon with Bill Buckner and Mitch Williams of the soup with the World Series boots. Or is this because it came early in the playoffs will forget the sooner rather than later. I think given the enthusiasm given the commitment of bear stands, given the what what really is a borderline obsession with bursts sense. I think this is in the Buckner category. The fact that they were in the playoffs for the first time in so many years coupled with the fact that Trubisky took him down the field got him in range, everything was all set up. And then he he kicks it and makes it and then when it counts he hits the upright, so it. Yeah. I I I'm putting this one in the pantheon. I it was not too early. Have you have you been able to corroborate the Robbie gold was in the house last night that he washed all know, that's positively Shakespearean us as well. Isn't it? Oh that would be. That's incredible. I mean, famously Lester months, and he had said earlier he goes I'm rooting for the bears. And I wish Cody parkey nothing, but the best that happens to all of us. But not at that level not eleven times in one season. No, it doesn't. And then Robbie gold. Not only was he a great kicker. He he has also been honest enough to say that if the bears had not cut him loose, and he had not gone right back down to the bottom and worked his way back up. He would not be the kicker. He is today. So I'm listening to what Robbie gold says. And this poor kid perky. Everybody was angry with him the first few times. Now, I think most people are feeling a little sorry for them. We all know about the Norwood situation. I feel very bad for him. He obviously was working very hard. He was in Soldier Field practicing. He did all the things you're supposed to do. And then the most incredible thing of all happens to Lester months, and what's next for him. If you were advising the bears. If I were advising the bears. I would tell them to wait until after the Super Bowl. And then try to release well and then release him and they're going to have to find another kicker. I think Cody parkey needs exactly what Robbie gold had a release going back to zero back to the basics start over. And then the bears are going to have to find another kicker. There are plenty of kickers out there. Turkey. Clearly, I if I were if I were the bears right now, I would wonder I hate to even admit that. I think in these terms, but I'd be a little superstitious about him. Anybody who hits the upright six times? I don't think you want to have him around. So it's not as leg necessarily. It's a six inches between his ears. Right. That may be it that may be it. Now, the the league is claiming that it was blocked it. Sure. Didn't look like it was blocked to me the one guy the guy on. He's trying to say I got my hand on the ball. I I don't think. So I I don't know where that came from. But it's I would think. Yeah. You want to get rid of this guy? But take your time don't make his day any. So in other words, you have to eat six million dollars or whatever it's going to be in just quietly released them after the Super Bowl. Absolutely. That would that would be. My course I felt bad for him to. I mean. But I knew what I knew what I knew it my heart heart said it wasn't going to go through. Right. Every minded me so much that Pepsi commercial. I think it's Pepsi where Ron Rivera. You know, ISIS the kicker I thought there icing this kicker, maybe the NFL should look at whether or not an opposing head coach can call a timeout that quickly to a field goal or extra point attempt. Well, I they they wanna give the coaches something to work with. I don't think they're going to change that rule the coach he did have a time out left at a critical moment. It did work certainly they would have thirty two head coaches up in arms if they tried to eliminate that icing. The kicker routine. So the course that won a silver lining. Here's Cody parkey can never has to pick up. Another check in the city of brotherly love. Maybe that's his next move. Maybe. Your move to Philly and say, hey, I'm here you guys I'm one of you now. So I'm sorry. But I'm moving in true that after Mitch Williams served up that fatty to Joe Carter in the World Series years ago, his wife and kids had to leave Philly that night now that that is true. I remember I was working at Sports Illustrated when that happened. I I was aware of that. There was another pitcher a relief pitcher Donnie Moore gave up a World Series changing pitch. And he ended up in a state of depression and a suicide. I mean these things. You know, they get a lot more dramatic than they should be. But yeah. Well, think of Steve Bartman within seconds after he reached out for that ball. They had to have security with him just to get him out of the ballpark. I was thinking of the greatest cave-ins in sports history. All-sports I thought about Greg Norman at the ninety six masters the Oilers caving in the bills and ninety two correspondences in their Roberto Duran, no mass, no mice and then Dan Jansen at the Olympics in ninety two. But this one I realize, you know, look at least it happened the first round of the playoffs as opposed to the Super Bowl the Super Bowl. Then he certainly would be in the annals but still to hit the upright that just puts it in a separate category. Especially after he had the earlier misadventures with the upright. I mean it it's impossible. You know, in in hockey, you know, you hit the they'll take a shot and hit the post that happens because there are so many shots at the post but a field goal. How many are there in a game three or four? I mean, it's almost impossible. Four and one game earlier this year now. Now, it's like there was a magnet or something. If you're supposed to be infamous in life, good or bad. I guess he will forever be remembered as Mr. upright, Cody parkey. The. Hey, hey, guys kiss. Why? I'm Cody parkey that ring a bell about this doing doing doing doing. He could signed his autograph with a little diagram of the uprights not the bottom. Yeah. It's great talking to you. Thanks for your time this afternoon. Thank.

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"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"We'll get phone calls here. Best and worst of the weekend. Peter King will join us coming up as well. A couple of tweets Charles B, S Z. Hey, seton. You should end vite Cody parkey to submit a stat of the day on the show guaranteed to it the post. Wow. Snarky soon. Yeah. Here's another thing. All right. I know people get invested in their team, and it's emotional and you care, but when there's death threats, and you say stupid things to people athletes Cody parkey had a field goal. That was tipped and nobody wants to like. Allow that to be the story to be the narrative here it's easier to say, well, he missed it. Again. He hit the post. Okay. The ball was grazed by defensive player, and you know, give parkey credit though, he hung in there. And I've been there in some of the most emotional situations ever. Okay. When Bill Buckner had the ball go through his legs. He sat there and answered every question. I was right there. Mitch Williams when he gave up the World Series winning home run to Joe Carter answered every question sat there. Okay. Those are a whole lot bigger than a first round playoff game. Here's Cody parkey. The bears kicker facing the media last night. I feel terrible. But the team down that's on me. So I have to own it out to be a man. And you know, it's unfortunately, unfortunately, that's the way it and went to today. It's quickly consoled you. Of course. I mean, that's the worst one of the worst feelings in the world to to let your team out. So I feel terrible. You know, I'm continue to put things in perspective continue just put my best foot forward. And and just sleep sleep at night, knowing that I did everything about power this week to go and make that kick and for whatever reason at the crossbar and the upright, and I still can still couldn't do it. Okay. He didn't give up the touchdown golden take Diddy. See the one that couldn't put pressure on Nick foles all game. All right. I mean. Was he blocking the guy who tipped the kick? So put it in perspective here. I know that we wanted to just put all the blame. It's easy to put the blame on him. Well, I hit the post how many times during the regular season. He did. Absolutely. But, but you know, this is a team that Robbie gold used to be great pro bowler team. Let him go. You bring him in and park had made three. Okay. Now, can I can I complain about the red zone offense. They're clo MAC didn't have much of a game last night, golden Tate. You allowed him to score the touchdown fourth down. But wants pile on this kid. There's other people there should be other people that we're talking about. But this is easy. All you hit the post, and then, you know, NBC set it up nicely Allen, Chris set it up nicely. This is what he had done. This is what he did. And you know, give credit to the eagles. Peterson calls the time out. You know, they try to ice him a little bit. He had made it. And then this one comes back. But you know, there's a few things that should be pointed out give him credit. He stood in there. And he answered those questions, and he didn't make excuses, and he could have but other people net Chicago Bears team, they deserve some blame to. And that ball got tipped to what degree how it affected it. I don't know. But it did get tipped in. Cody parkey is not the reason why the bears did not advance. All right. We'll get to your.

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"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"MLS our I d three nine hundred one. Phone calls here. Best and worst of the weekend. Peter King will join us coming up his well up of tweets, Charles, B, S Z. Hey, seton. You should end vite Cody parkey to submit a stat of the day on the show guaranteed to hit the post. Wow. Houston. Yeah. Here's another thing. All right. I know people get invested in their team, and it's emotional and you care, but when there's death threats, and you say stupid things to people athletes Cody parkey had a field goal. That was tipped and nobody wants to like allow that to be the story to be the narrative here it's easier to say, well, he missed it. Again. He hit the post. Okay. The ball was grazed by defensive player and give parkey credit though, he hung in there. And I've been there in some of the most emotional situations ever. Okay. When Bill Buckner had the ball go through his legs. He sat there and answered every question. I was right there. Mitch Williams when he gave up the World Series winning home run to Joe Carter answered every question sat there. Okay. Those are a whole lot bigger than a first round playoff game. Here's Cody parkey. The bears kicker. Facing the media last night. I feel terrible. What the team down? That's all me. So I have to own it out to be a man. And you know, it's unfortunately, unfortunately, that's the way it and went the today. Consoled you hoping that situation that you're just no, of course. I mean, that's the worst one of the worst feelings in oil to to let your team. So I feel terrible. You know, a continue to put things in perspective continue just put my best foot forward. And and just sleep sleep at night, knowing that I did everything about power this week to go and make that kick and for whatever reason at the crossbar and the upright, and I still can still couldn't do it. Okay. He didn't give up the touchdown golden take Diddy. See the one that couldn't put pressure on Nick foles all game. All right. I mean was he blocking the guy who tipped the kick? So put it in perspective here. I know that we wanted to just put all the blame. It's easier to put the blame on him. He hit the post how many times during the regular season. He did. Absolutely. But but this is a team that Robbie gold used to be great pro bowler, team-leading go you bring him in and parking had made three. Okay. Can I can I complain about the red zone offense. They're clo MAC didn't have much of a game last night, golden Tate. You'll out him to score the touchdown fourth down. But he wants to pile on this kid. There's other people there should be other people that we're talking about. But this is easy. All you hit the post and then NBC set it up nicely Allen, Chris set it up nicely. This is what he had done. This is what he did. And you know, give credit to the eagles. Peterson calls the time out. You know, they try to ice him a little bit. He had made it. And then this one comes back. But you know, there's a few things that should be pointed out give him credit. He stood in there. And he answered those questions any didn't make excuses, and he could have but other people net Chicago Bears team, they deserve some blame to. And that ball got tipped to what degree how it affected it. I don't know. But it did get tipped and Cody parkey is not the reason why the bears did not advance. All right. We'll get to your.

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"mitch williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mitch williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Saturday quarterbacks face off in the divisional round. When Andrew locked in the colts, take on Patrick Mahomes cheese football night in America. Live from Kansas City at three eastern Saturday only on NBC, I'll get two phone calls here. Best and worst of the weekend. Peter King will join us coming up as well. Couple of tweets, Charles, B, S Z. Hey, seton. You should end bike Cody parkey to submit a stat of the day on the show guaranteed to hit the post. Wow. Oh, yeah. Here's another thing. All right. Right. I know people get invested in their team, and it's emotional and you care, but when there's death threats, and you say stupid things to people athlete. Cody parkey had a field goal. That was tipped and nobody wants to like. Allow that to be the story to be the narrative here it's easier to say, well, he missed it. Again. He hit the post. Okay. The ball was grazed by defensive player, and you know, give parkey credit though, he hung in there. And I've been there in some of the most emotional situations ever. Okay. When Bill Buckner had the ball go through his legs. He sat there and answered every question. I was right there. Mitch Williams when he gave up the World Series winning home run to Joe Carter answered every question sat there. Okay. Those are a whole lot bigger than a first round playoff game. Here's Cody parkey. The bears kicker facing the media last night. I feel terrible. But the.

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