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Adversarial Examples Are Not Bugs, They Are Features with Aleksander Madry
"Hey welcome thank you for having me so yes indeed a IMF at and Macho. What I work on his machine learning trying to understand why this technology works. What can we do to make it? Better and in particular are very much focus on reliability and robustness issues awesome. Can you share with us a little bit about your background? And how did you get started working in machine learning in general and reliability robustness in particular? That's actually an interesting story. So essentially I originally or I still actually feary so I worked on on the field called fear of computation and somehow like I was learning about machine. Learning about all dislike resent exciting developments there and kind of it peaked. My curiosity and I started to learn more and more and more in particular one thing that you know as I was trying to make sense of this field. One thing that stood up to me. It's exactly this notion of adversarial examples that who will talk about more definite moment and essentially dare kind of what it showed. Was that this first of all. We don't understand fully how this machine learning it works but also we realized that well even though this it works well on average in average case it actually leads performance in the worst case is is much much more troubling so that's essentially a peak my interest and made me more interested in figuring out. Okay if we think about machine learning from more worst-case perspective what does it look like? Essentially that's that's how I got into this field. Paper viewers was recently presented by one of your students at the in Europe's conference. This is a paper that we wanted to dig into An interview it's called. Adversarial ARE NOT BUGS. They are features Why don't we start by having you share? Just the broad space that you're looking to address with this paper. Sure so actually. This is exactly about this this notion of examples emission in passing so so. Let's talk about what other examples are so think like the tone examples as this very curious glitches of state of the art machining systems. So essentially what? People observed is that you can take. Let's say an image over of a pig dot state of the art classified recognizes speak with high confidence. And then what you can do. You can add a tiny bit of noise just a speck of noise to this image. This this is not random carefully chosen and once you add this noise well you get a different image who are human looks indistinguishable from the image. But for some reason this new image is grossly miss classified by no by the by the clarifier. So for instance you know you can make a pig be classified as an airliner with high confidence so the usual joke I make is that it shows how powerful machine learning can be. It can make pigs fly but essentially what it really a shows us. Is that kind of this. Brittleness of this prediction. That like everything looks fine but then I can show you version of the input that looks almost identical or to you as a human identical to picture for for which the system seems to severely under four so kind of so this is the point of settlers paper kind of trying to understand okay so first of all why we have had examples and essentially why are so widespread because it turns out that essentially if you just look at standardly trained machine learning system it essentially l. every input seems to have this behavior so we can just take any input and you can make it be classified as any other input jazz by adding a bit of. Nice to it so this was like very positive as I understand. That system will not be perfect. There will be some input on which you kind of things would be wrong but why it is possible to essentially take input and kind of what is the nature of this veneman okay. So that's that's essentially. What is the point of paper and kind of people of course wondered about this question since the discovery fundamental and they fought about things that you know. This is this is absurd. Examples exist jobs because they said it's tuitions or that you know this is just an imperfection of the kinds of techniques that we're using and somehow all that the explanation of proposed expansion in common is that they actually view. The examples is a glitch in the system as a bag of our system. That once we develop a missionary meadows. That actually are perfect. They will not have this bags anymore. But it's something that we need to fix as a community in order for these to be more useful or less susceptible to The problems that they represent exactly so essentially so ducks and this is definitely true and our paper also recognizes as. This is the goal but kind of what was new and kind of kind of mind blowing to us as well as we discover. Even though in retrospect actually perfectly obvious is that even though we think of this object bags something undesirable and is definitely undesirable behavior. It's actually the root of this behavior is comes from the fact that our machine learning models actually are are performing the task. We are asking you to perform all too well as opposed to doing the wrong way. Okay so essentially so. This is why this title says this not really a box even though we are undesirable. They're not really bags. They actually feature there something that they correspond. They're just like a natural consequence of the kind of misalignment between how our models solve the task we want them to solve and how we as humans they are supposed to be interesting so when I hear you say that they. They're working as designed. I think these algorithms they're kind of pattern matching machines. We give them a pattern. And then they make a prediction and this adversarial example. Problem is kind of manipulating that pattern. And so the prediction is expectedly different. is that the general sense or you know what where are the nuances in this idea that these are actually features? Yes so essentially exactly so so definitely are kind of touching on the underwrite subject so we just put it in the in the right training. So so what do we really? Okay so what is that. We expect our machine learning systems to do and what they actually are doing right so what we expect. Much learning to machines to is just okay. Let's say I give it. Imagine it Imminent DATA SET TO TRAIN. So essentially it has like million over a million images high quality images. Each image is a picture of. Let's say a dog and the Labor. Look this dog. There's a picture of a cat and a label this Cup so we let our system. Just look at this data and kind of try to figure out all the patterns. That seem to such as the open house dog like. How's IT Catholic? And then the way we kind of tested this is how we there's the performance that we have held out data set of. Let's say no different different images with Labor. So let's there are some new cars and new dogs and now we just show the picture and we ask them okay. Tell me what you think is on this picture. So so. That's kind of the way like what we expect is by just looking at the training center and passing the test. The system learns how a dog looks like or how it looks like and essentially like this is just a way to achieve that. So so your accent. So that is this on on technical. Training and testing and on our expectation is that this is after undergoing procedure. The system knows how a dog and cat looks like and now what we discovered is that can in some ways even though this is our expectation. This is not exactly what's happening so was essentially happening. Is that our deep learning model in particular but all Muslims in particular. If all that they have to do is just figure out. What is the correct answer to this kind of quiz that we give to the end where you don't necessarily have to even learn what adults or what they cut really is from the human perspective? Essentially all that you have to figure out that there are certain patterns in the data that correlate well with one label versus the other and you just have to extract this this pattern and essentially you make your classification based on dispatchers and so far. This is not surprising but what is surprising. Is that departments that turned out to be most effective to perform well on this test. They are totally not the partners that we as humans would see in any way correlated with an electric or having anything to do with this picture corresponding to a picture of a dog and this is this speech corresponding to a picture of a cut and essentially what examples are they exactly lever judge. Lenny played this patterns that much learning molitor sensitive to to humans. Seem to be completely unimportant to exactly like you know. Changed the prediction of model while not change it. Anything to a human.
New York: Miguel Andujar returns to Yankees camp
"Right Mario is a meaningful day for Miguel onto Harvey twenty eighteen rookie standout missed almost all of last year with a shoulder injury today though back on the field for the Yankees and making a strong and positive impression started double play and smacked a home run well the Yankees lost to the rays night seven of Miguel was delighted to be back on on the the field field here's here's his his translator translator Molitor Molitor Breyer Breyer first first of of all all thank thank god god for for the the opportunity opportunity you you know know to to be be here here healthy healthy to to be be out out there there and and I I got got to to say say I was really excited you know so we back out there and enjoy the game play the game except as the explain to use him as a super utility player splitting time among several positions he's been learning the nuances of first baseman Tino Martinez also taking reps in the outfield haven't played outfield since I was a little kid but we have great coaches here you know and guiding and instructions are have been very well received and I feel that you know what they've been teaching me it is definitely making a
"molitor" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Paul Molitor, put up numbers. Paul modder ended up with thirty three hundred hits. And he ended up with. Over five hundred stolen bases. But he played in Milwaukee. And he played in the shadow of Robin yount, but Paul Molitor and then Molitor went to Toronto. But Molly with thirty three hundred hits pretty impressive. Let me see what else. Do we have here? Andre in Washington. Hey, Andrei, what do you have for me today? Five five one sixty five. On the subject of putting button pizza baseball games. I always thought it would be fun. If teams would. Charge for twelve ounce beers. What their record is say like after the all star break for the Padres are three sixty five three sixty five for a twelve ounce beer. If my Red Sox are, you know, six eighty eight eighty eight for a twelve ounce beer. Boy, it might be a message some of those teams that aren't any good Andrei, you know, if you go to a Marlins game, you're going to get trashed for about five bucks. Feel like I don't think that's gonna work out. Well, I like it. But I don't I don't think the owners are going to go for that. Team was Owen sixteen in NFL team. Yeah. What's going on there? Yeah. And what are they where do they usually price? Gouge you the most isn't beer water. Like, some ballparks aren't even putting water fountains in there anymore. I seen that a couple times. Yeah. Nobody's going. Where's the water fountain? And then you have to go in and use the sink or you have to buy a bottle of water. And then they charge you. What were they charging at the Super Bowl for water to remember was it like ten dollars a six and seven dollars? Oh, come on. It's crazy. This sports history. Paulie, do you have anything for me? Yeah. Nineteen sixty eight the new ale franchise candidate, a Missouri. Took the nickname the royals nineteen Ninety-four. Wayne Gretzky twit tied Gordie house NHL record of Edelman goals. Nineteen ninety-four. Michael Jordan was cut from the White Sox roster and sent to the minor league club and two thousand four and Philadelphia veteran stadium was demolished. Well, you had all of those ashtrays. They look like cigarettes, ashtrays, and it started with riverfront stadium. And then you had the vet yet three rivers, and then Bush and from above if you look down just look like sort of a larger ashtray, and then all of a sudden, you know, they ended up demolishing those stadiums. You got prices for me, Paul. Yeah. A couple of different business websites looked at the highest margin for different foods ballpark. Not the most expensive. Yeah. Snow cones cost almost nothing to make. They make about ninety five percent on every snow Conseil shaved ice. Cotton candy. They make about. Ninety percent price margin. Any type of ice cream corn dogs shockingly are very cheap popcorn very cheap beer. They make about the profit margin. On beer is only twenty six percent. Surprised at that? Yes. So the up charge is not that much. You know, a good corn dog. You may only have one year. But it feels like when you have it. It's a pretty damn good corn dog was last time you wolf down a dog corn dog. I don't know. But it feels in might be a little while. But I remember with some mustard on it. And that turned off was good not felt guilty after I ate it. Should we get some for baseball official? How about we do corn dogs for meet Friday? A slap in the face to traeger. I think maybe. Look, I don't know what the menu is for tomorrow for meet Friday this day in sports history..
"molitor" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Seen the play or the movie, the jersey, boys? Yes, I have. It's awesome. Isn't that fabulous? Oh, yeah. Yeah. We we had the opportunity to see the cancer. Or not the cancer. There was actually like a concert. And went and saw it live and just have the time of our lives. You felt like you were watching the four seasons in concert. Weren't you? Really? Yes. In fact, the guy who played Frankie Valli if you just shut your is it what was him. It was so much alike. And we had we had seen the movie the jersey boys a couple of years prior to seeing the the the musical or the player, whatever you wanna call it. And and then a couple of weeks after we saw that we watched the movie again, and it was fabulous. I if you haven't seen the jersey boys, I'd recommend you rent it because it's good stuff. You know, things that she just didn't realize about the four seasons connection with the mob watching. Let's go anywhere Scott in Saint Paul evening, Scott. How are you doing? I'm doing great. Yeah. Well, what a difference a couple of weeks away makes it with the defense in the Vikings and everything but New Orleans is going to be the real as well, the, you know, the the played a couple of good teams. And we knew that in early in the schedule they had a very very tough schedule to beg to begin the season. And so I think I think now they're in pretty good shape sitting at four and two and one. Yeah. Yeah. Have you over verbiage Italian still kissing her sister Sam so to speak, but. Why can't you do there? But anyway, so so yeah. As far as you know, the the good old twins firing Paul Molitor. He was he was the vivid the on last year. Now, it's like get out of here. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Personally, I didn't like personally didn't like that. Just my personal opinion. The year last year and and hall of Famer the guy knows baseball. And another thing too. As far as this goes. You know, what do you think I mean, so far the wild to be maybe they're they're on a little bit of a of a role too. Yeah. Time will tell. Shall we say? But I'm I'm excited about the the Vikings very excited about Kirk cousins. The Adam Adam theline has become my all time favorite Vikings player story NFL in. I mean, you know, shot Chris Carter those guys forever where we're great and feeling I think he wrecks volt. I the guy's incredible. Yes. I hear this role the port again by flag. I think I'm gonna scream. I got a feeling you're not the only one. Well. And the thing is it's like it all his wife is selling Cadillacs that you know, and we got students. They can't play bread. What's wrong with this picture? All right, Scott. Thank you. Appreciate the call. See you later Bye-bye phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six. Here is the field story today. Susan. A six year old boy down in Arizona. Was having a pizza party for his birthday at a local restaurant this past weekend. You see this? I did another one people need to go and Google the picture because cry. Nobody nobody showed up. And it just breaks your heart. His parents had invited thirty two his kindergarten classmates and their parents to celebrate his birthday Sunday afternoon. A Peter piper pizza. Not a single person showed up. Teddy's mother said I'm Dan with parties for a while. Well, she might have been joking is certainly had to be a hard day for the young guy. She said we're also prepared to shame. The parents of the thirty two children who didn't show up. That's just all sorts of mean. I wonder if they had RV RSVP cards or anything. Now, here's the good news. Here's what good that came out of this. The Phoenix Suns reached out to teddy little boy invited him to celebrate his birthday at walking stick resort area when they host LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers tomorrow. Now, that's cool. You're putting see and community. No, one Teddy's age feel alone and his birthday while it might not make up for all his friends or classmates, not showing up you'll now get to celebrate and fashion with thousands of fans as the guest of the Phoenix Suns. Not bad consolation prize the youngster he gets to see King, James. And you know, the guy is going to be kudos to the Phoenix Suns. When they heard about what happened. And they invited the six year old boy teddy and his family. To go to the game. And to meet the players, and you Susan you gotta bet that they're gonna make a big deal out of this at the arena. Don't you think? Oh, yeah. I bet. Yeah. They might even let him shoot the t shirt cannon. Maybe you wouldn't that be fun? Yeah. You know, all of his kindergarten classmates are be going. Wow. Was that you know. Oh, I can't. I can't imagine. Why no one would show up? I mean, it's on a Sunday. Right. We were talking about that. And we we wondered if there was some big game. That was on, you know. Yeah. That people were just too engrossed. Something else to attend this thirty odd. Kids wasn't two children. They're not one showed up one. I mean, that's horrible. Yeah. What is like pizza? On a Sunday afternoon on my gosh. And every kid has friends at least one friend when you put us down at the invitation all the classmates. Once again, did they not have an RSVP. So they would know how many kids are gonna show up. You know, I'll tell you a story on my daughter. She was quite young at the time. And she put out an invitation for a Halloween party on Facebook. All she did is. She said, hey, have a Halloween party at my house. Come come. And join me. Well, Halloween night wasn't Halloween night per se was a Saturday night. No one showed up. I said, you know, you you should have said let me know if you want to come. Yeah. But there was no communication either way. Which is she threw this out. Yeah. And when she then later talked to a couple of good friends. They're like, you know, we were gonna come. But then we thought well just kind of throwing it out there. So it made me wonder if this person had. Yeah, they'd done social media versus like hand invitations. Story. I bet that's it. He didn't say until occurred invitations, I didn't. Have you oftentimes see? Is it on Facebook or is on Email where you can accept the invitation declined the invitation or I might be there. Oh, I don't know. I think I think Facebook has something like that. But it is a formal way of inviting people to something rather than just putting up a post. Yeah. Maybe that's what they did. And that's you know, but you got what you think that if you're gonna throw a birthday party for your son or your daughter, or whatever the case may be you want to get an idea. How many kids are going to be there the restaurant? Steve Thompson, I we're talking about the story earlier tonight, and he had read that some of the parents actually said, hey, we'll be there in casual conversation. Yeah. And then probably forgot about it. Yeah. Let's go back to the phones lonely guy wireless or Wahlberg how many people show up at your birthday parties when you're through. Well, none. But I'll invite anybody. Oh, I didn't end up this condition by sharing my cake. You're not heavy. You're big boned yet big gigantic bones. I am a previous caller said that said that if he heard he here's a TJ flat screen row the boat. One more time he's gonna scream and you said, I doubt, you're the only one. Did you have anybody in mind, Al anybody's nobody? No, no, no, no, no. It's boy that was a thumping at Nebraska. Yeah. Ten games in a row. Yep. My brother-in-law, you know, this. He he and his wife both were employed by the university of Nebraska in Lincoln, and we text back and forth. During the Vikings games. And of course, when Nebraska and the gophers were playing we were texting back and forth. And at halftime. I said, I gotta run some errands. I'm going to watch the rest of this recording it any real packing with real back with why? The third quarter. I thought there might be a little hope. I thought our backup quarterback was really good. Yeah. He'll know not Hel. The gophers backup quarterback. Yes. Use backup quarterback is hill. He's going to be starting. I think Friday night. I heard that yet. But it's. So can you know, you said that Adam feeling is your is your new favorite Viking love him? Love it. I love his story. That's what I like about him. You know, he's he's writing Ruediger. Well, no, he's not because he actually is a very talented guy. He didn't he didn't get drafted in that. But I mean when you look at his speed and his side combination. Yeah. He's very talented. I'll tell you who's Rudy on that team. And who's my favorite Viking? And my save it. Favorite? Second favorite pro athlete in town is market cheryl's. Yes. Eighth or ninth year. Now that guy doesn't have any more physical talent than you and me on that teams just by sheer guts and effort and also a Minnesota kit. He played his high school ball and Rochester. I mean, I just I can't I mean, you know. I realize you're in the show, but I invite anybody to call up and see any professional athlete in any sport. That is made more out of out of limited. A billion again limited ability compared to other other NFL players, but come on Marcus cheryl's is he's a guy who's done great without much talent. I think market cheryl's right now is calling Susan one eight to get your phone number and address we can pay you a visit. What do you mean? He doesn't have any talent. When you don't have any talent. He's small any slow for the NFL. I gotta go back to work out. Oh, sure. Thank you lonely. Appreciate your dies later. Maybe maybe maybe he has a day. We call him the lonely guy Susan because he can't get a second date. Bad. He he's been calling for a long long time. And it is a very funny guy. So we call him we call them the lonely guy. In fact, I think the very first time he called the show twenty one years ago. He he said, hi, my name is Dwayne and I can't get a second date, and I need your help. And I said, oh, you're the lonely guy thinking of the Steve Martin movie. Remember that movie the lonely gang? No. I never saw that one. I saw the jerk. Funny. Ask you this in the past twenty years that he's been calling in. He's still had the same track record that he can only get one date. Yeah. That's it. That's it. Kinda sad. Very very very very lonely. Very very lonely. Yeah. Now, you have to see the lonely guy with Steve Martin and you'll lie. Phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six. It is eleven fifty central time on C CEO. Minnesota's news and.
"molitor" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"It's time to open ourselves up. What are you like what do you not like, what do you want? More of. What do you want less of? We will come in on the techs. Right. We say that all the time. We we react to the tax. We also react to phone calls. Other people do differently. They're certainly entitled to do that. I will say, by the way, one other aside because we mentioned many times yesterday when I was. A detailed in my criticism about the twins. The Paul Molitor move. That we would have we would effort dab Derek fell gone and during yesterday's show. I was reasonably confident that we would. But then the the decision the twins made to open up questions. I'd say it what was it about ten questions, and then Derek and fad left the room, and then left it to Jim Pohlad, and Dave Saint Peter I found that week. I find it odd to that. FSN carry that. Well that replay Oregon Cal. I mean, come on. I'm just a little suspicious of that. I'm just going to say we were told that they're so busy. That they are unavailable for multiple days. Neither one is available to do ten minute conversation. Yeah. I'm rather skeptical of that also I'm not where we weren't asking for hours. But when you make a decision like this, you do the press conference and then follow up does take place, and I get it. The higher priority is to get the positions filled, but this is part of the deal. And and I think they could have followed up a lot better. Let's see. I watch fifteen minutes of FOX, then fifteen minutes is CNN in the morning. That's as much as I can take please. Please stop giving your political commentary. I listened to CCOO many times during the day you in your associates offered much more interesting, topics. Let me escape the divisive political commentary from twelve to three. I know we have a divide on that. I know there are many people who are so sick of politics, and they want to get away with get away from it. They're also many others who can't get enough and want more and more. There are many days. I don't want to talk politics, but it is by far the biggest story out there. And whether you love the president or detest the president he moves the needle as they say about tiger attempts. He is the needle Donald Trump is the needle Donald Trump causes a reaction of an embrace of loyalty of detest. More than any political figure in. I don't know how long. And the data if you just go by data data's overwhelming. That whether it's television shows radio shows or newspapers, which cover politics are up dramatically. On opinions. This is a show where we give opinions. I personally think and again, let's just be really honest last twenty thirty years slipped noticeably in twenty five to fifty four year olds. It's just a fact. And even by the way, let's just be crystal clear about this when the icons were here, it was happening then to and what is happening across America. And what has been happening for twenty thirty years is the the talk stations AM and now more FM. That are more driven by opinions. Whether with facts are not are having success. And in this town, whether it was Tom Bernard. Whether it was case teepee with the fans continued success that is the reality of what is taking place, and I get some people don't wanna part of it. But that's that's what's going on. I wouldn't miss you show any day. I was listening to get kick out of it doesn't want me to have the coal. Appreciate that. Unlike you will one point yesterday witness me when it appeared I was showcasing and for the folks who missed it. What did you do? Nothing. Nothing. You stood right there. I love the the show talked about a variety subjects subjects gives me. Haytham? You never talk with the other side of an issue. Your little group gets all precious Nicey Nicey. There are two sides. Every issue just wish you would try to see a little of the other side. I think we're good at at at exploring both sides. Now, I'm very very pointed. Let's let's be honest. Three of us are very pointing neckers towards Donald Trump. And you're going to hear it again at twelve thirty five because what he did last night was pathetic. But I've also pointed out many areas where I agree with the president's policies. I've called Keith Ellison. I vote for both parties we have just so many ideologues and partisans who only want to hear one side. Don't change a thing. Except the Lottie da. That's annoying. Yeah. That's adam. The interviews and loves Adam and Lindsey also. More guests, even guess hawking current books. I'm down on the books. I really am. And again, if we go by numbers. Around the country books are major turnoff. Maybe not here you, and I get it there there. There is a divide. We have people at times on on books. Major Garrett we had on John Feinstein. But I think it's narrowcasting. That's just my personal view that that if you're in that wheelhouse. You love it. But you trying to bring in. More and more people a full hour. Darah? Will we do that occasionally more plenty times? Yeah, we do that Darah is a star. We love having her on. Let's see I think you three do. Well together seems like enjoy chillers companies you do good job keeping. Other's company. More Adam lay go ahead hit the buzzer there. Yeah. Like the show. I would have Adam in here three hours a day. I would I would need therapy. If I did that. But I would have adamant hero Adam has his job which is also continuing what's going on. There are other people who want to have a show where the host comes out firing bullets. And just gives opinions and takes calls, and I get that. It's it's worked many places, and is still working many places. That's never going to be me. I I can do it. I love the sound of my own voice as much as anybody, right? And can do the rat tat tat. I don't listen formulas or formulas for reason because they've had success that formula for me. And what we do. I I don't think works as well. I think what is worked in this town, and what will work as continues to. It's hard to say stations evolving when you're ninety four years old, and you've had the remarkable success of the station set. But again, the truth is this station strong to get more twenty year old thirty year old and forty year olds listen, just a flat fact. I believe from the success in numerous other shows have had that you have strong personalities, you have people that love some of these people hate some of these people were there is a mix of topics. So sometimes we start politics other times we start were Adam thinks he saw drew Carey or sometimes we talk that Adam is ringing his ears or that. Now, my glasses of showed up both of which are true. Yeah. Both true right through all three of them are chill. So if it's the automatic formula how you're gonna start the show the same way, I'm not going to do that. And I can give you numerous shows in this town that have kicked butt and have had success. And they've done a version of it. But I get it. The people still they can point to track records of hundreds of shows that have done. Okay. We're getting a lot of comments. Let's come back and a number of them seemingly coming from Adam's phone to sane more atom. Let's talk more about our past athletic careers. That that might be one of the topics that we will never discuss year on the show, but you never know. Join Dave Lee, weekday mornings six tonight for the most up to date news on Minnesota Twins baseball. If you love football.
"molitor" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Best Gershon sounds like he's going to. I don't know. He was pretty excited on ESPN with that. Call cubs reliever. Pedro Strope and reliever Cole hamels normally a starter finished off the Rockies and the ninth and tenth with strikeouts. In the eleventh Rockies loaded up the basis of chance to break up. Tiger David doll to play Cole hamels still on the mound for Chicago, David Donahue, and his first career appearance against Cole hamels in the tenth grounded out. I murphy. Near the cubs again with a two on two. Bottom of eleventh tied at one one baseball tomorrow as guava in the American League wildcard game at Yankee Stadium. Gentleman is your David forced the says his club embraces the underdog role. They've always liked the underdog role the Oakland the little guy and our guys thrive on it. I'm thrilled to be here luck it. It's been a long time since we've played a playoff game in Yankee Stadium. But it sort of feels like where the playoffs should be. So I think our guys are gonna have a lot of fun tomorrow night as general manager David forest and finally the twins have dismissed their four years. Skipper, Paul Molitor after the twins finished, a disappointing six games below five hundred out of the playoff picture after making it to the wildcard last year course Molitor when the American League's manager of the year award a year ago now he's out of a job sports at fifteen and forty five and all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. There's things in life. You just can't control like the weather. The traffic. Or the fact that spilled coffee seems to love white shirts. But it's all good because.
"molitor" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Ghana's manager good decision. Bad decisions. Six one two nine eight nine nine two two six six five one nine eight nine nine two to six I get that Derek wellbeing. Thad LeVine were brought in here in if you're not going to put them in charge the baseball strategy operations and support them under decisions. I get that. That's pretty empty position. And so Jim Pohlad Dave Saint Peter have to empower them and trust them. And when it comes personnel matters honor, the wishes to an extent, I mean, if you in Costa payroll and everything else they've got to make it work. I just have having a tough time seeing where Molitor is the problem here. I they miss forecast on free agents this past off season, they got to party a little bit late and thought that through that they were getting some bargains Logan Morrison, and Lance Lynn it backfired Fernando Rodney. I think at the end of the day it comes down to he wasn't there guy. And that's it. And and for whatever reason they want their guy that they picked then is I think this is human nature is loyal to them because they gave him his shot. And I also think the other thing that's untold here is they put themselves in the crosshairs. Because the if they don't get it done. If this doesn't work if next year at this time revenue the same conversation the team's not five hundred. Look at those two and say, okay. Maybe the real problem here never was Paul Molitor. Maybe it was the resources that he was given in terms of personnel to put try to go out when baseball games. So I think they are very much on the hot side debt. And the fact that they don't have a track record. Neither one of them has been in the position of authority like this. They've been in organizations, but they've been able to make suggestions not decisions. Now, they're making decisions, and it gets a lot hotter than that kitchen when you to make decisions that just suggestions. And I think that in many respects, this is a deal where you go. Well, you can't hold us kandebow we gotta get our manager. And once we get our guys in accountable, really what else you're doing is buying time. Because I don't know how they get out of this thing right now, I don't know how they buy their way out of it. I don't know how they minor league. Their way out of it. I don't know how they do. It. No matter who the managers six one two nine eight nine nine two two six six five one nine eight nine nine two two six. Here's a text questions. Accommodated managers offered another position within the organization fired. Or is that just talk the Ron Gardner came back worked for the twin some under Terry. Ryan Tom Kelly wasn't fired but he stayed on from the twins number one. He's under contract. So he's making a couple of million a year. Whatever it is. So you've already got this guy, and he doesn't have to accept it. He can walk away from it and just take millions. But if he wants to stay in the game, you'd want to take advantage of that resource. Whether it's a roving hitting instructor are going out and assessing minor league players. I don't know how you'd use them in what capacity generally speaking when that happens you put a guy in a position where he's not too close to the the incoming manager. And he goes out and checks things out, and maybe gives you an idea to general. That's not that uncommon particularly when a guy is still under contract if he's not under contract. They usually just let him go. Yeah. He was a manager of the year last year. And I was thinking about this flip Saunders is was NBA coach of the year in two thousand four and in two thousand five you get fired. Brad Childress might have been a manager coach of the year when he had that team in the NFC championship game. The next year. He didn't make it through the season. And was fired Ron Gardner was named manager of the year. The first year the target field was open and he managed for a while after that. But they never had a winning season ever even approached it after that. So you might want to be a little bit leery before except some of those awards six one two nine eight nine nine two two six did the twins. Do the right thing. Six five one nine eight nine nine two to six. Do you believe in the vision, evolving Levin? Six one two six five one nine eight nine nine two six is this an organization that's on the cusp. Do you need to blow it up is it what I don't know six one two or six five one nine eight nine nine two two six. Give us a call or text today at one eight zero seven sports to the max. It all starts with just.
"molitor" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Eleven to four I'll talk with Paul Molitor in the next hour about that as well. We'll have on the radio tonight at six thirty. Maxine a couple of things I wanted to bring up tonight to the Vikings play football. You're with Delvin cook on Monday. He thought he would play his Ernie chance. They might hold them out tonight. Do you think? Students last part of it was just Sally feels when he gets up on Thursday. He was intent on trying to play for sure, you only thing that would be is if you said if we don't plan the night, then he gets ten more days up gonna get so doubt because kinda strange little period of time during your schedule that they could hear NASDAQ his hamstring's are tricky. You can retrieve them really easy. They're not targeted declared healed because you don't know. You're not gonna go. Reaggravated, but I would think leaning towards playing I read last night that that Miami once Jimmy Butler. So you still there maxi you have. Okay. Go ahead. I'm sorry. I heard Miami wants Jimmy Butler. Yeah. They do they've been after a few days now, and how that would work in terms of what they have to give up or to be a three team deal. I don't know Butler is hanging around town waiting to be traded, really. But I I don't know if the. Like they'll be able to get for him. But I don't know that it's going to be great value for them. And I I don't think they really wanna stop more draft picks. That's always an easy way out for teams to give up first round there. Good teams, you ended up with a lot. Lotta good. So I think they prefer to get players right now. And that's a tricky deal for Miami to do Mike is we take a look again at the Vikings the offensive line. Do we know if L flying will play tonight? It looked like the other day som- briefly out there at practice. He didn't talk to the media. But it looked like he was heading in that direction that he played. I think what they're gonna do is the Rams have to injured quarterbacks. One ones on injured. Reserve for an injured reserve, I think they'll take cousins and trying to move him out of the pocket it moving right left. So that you're basically you shorten your offensive line, and you leave less room for air. He don't let the doctor shoe, and and and Donald get the getting some kind of a rhythm and try to test those Cornerbacks. But they'll try to get cousins outside the pocket. So that they take less put less pressure on the offensive line. Because I think even if they're they're very concerned about that thick physical teams at the Viking or onto twins game. Last night, Maxine seen if anybody thought to Joel mccower might be hanging it up after this week. But nobody seemed to have any kind of clue on that. He's kept really. He knows her not ill wait till processes profit for a while after year Korean Dan talking last. Remember Paul Molitor is career. And nobody really knew from, you know, at the end of the Europe is gonna come back in and all they didn't know. And then gave it a two weeks. She thought about it for a while. And I remember being in his retirement speech, even any said interim basically ninety percent sure that I'm not playing. Get. I imagine how difficult that whole life. And you don't feel in in January or February or March, you know, you don't know what you're gonna have to the bugs gonna bite you again. Or if you're going to feel compelled that you wanna be spring training. And all those things I with that these guys when you say something like this that you would best at this much in it goes way beyond money and everything else that's going to be a tough tough decision age. Steve Young seen at once. He ain't nobody can relate to it. Because he is such a part of who you are shake, if I do it is very difficult things you want to make really sure you that that at that point, Molly. And I think the guy could probably still play. He's in great shape. And yeah, I remember talking to him after that. Because you're still interested in them. And he said, yeah, I think I can still get to seventy to eighty to seventy to eighty three hundred. He was you know, we we would forget that. Because we watched him as a manager for so long now. But boy was Paul daughter. Good baseball player. He has quick hands and could change games and run the bases and did everything. So well, you is an absolute joy to watch said before. But I mean, you could argue he was one of the best third baseman ever play the game. We also know any create new picture to the legendary story by him when he was playing legion bowl one time. He hit a ball. So hardy recognize me a picture. I can't remember who it was. I think I know the name too. But I hit the ball so hard a low line drive that he the guy, you know, put him into put him on crutches. He hit it so hard. He was he's kind of legendary from the time. He got in the playgrounds over there. Boy, Austin hit one and cave. Hit a couple say, they were just bombs. Yeah. Both New York guys. They pick up Yankee guys. It's interesting guys came some really good athlete. He runs. Well, that's college. Coach baseball guy. It's hard to tell what he'd give you a whole season. He's really helped them this year with Byron Buxton situation for sure and Austin's a guy that looks like it's kind of a modern day player. He's gonna swing for the fences. And it's for a couple of years. It looks like that was she the way to go. And now they're kind of rethinking that. But you do need jumping your lineup it hits the bombs. So it'd be interesting to see what they do in the off season field hit a couple last night two out of the park. So who knows it's hard that we'll talk with Molly about it and about fifty minutes. Hey, Mike, if you come back at eight forty got some more stuff for you. You got it. Thanks, Dave might max on this date when the Vikings Rams go out and out in LA Mike knows that forecast for the game tonight. And we'll have that for you after we check traffic.
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"molitor" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Hey good morning Is five twelve Steve Simpson here and let's be shall we had a day game yesterday? What, day for Target field twins and, they want second game of a two game series with Pittsburgh final score six. Two four yesterday Gabriel Moya got the, win and relief, oppose abriel to last just three and two thirds. Innings and a soda now's went, three of four Trevor Hilton burger got the save an all three of those games following, the game yesterday afternoon manager Paul Molitor had this to say about the win a little bit of similarity. To, yesterday and now. We got behind. By a couple. In the middle innings and found a way to. Come back yeah archers was Archer he was tough he's, doing harder slider was was was tough for us to handle we. Had some really, good, at bats You, know Jose had had one of those days it's just been one of those things right now where I think he's getting a little. Off track. Maybe mechanically a little bit and lose a lot of pitches they outside, or, the slider. Fastball, are bullpen from the first guy. Last guy, the other, nice job to give us a chance to win so right back at it today the twins. Are going to welcome Ron Gardenhire Detroit Tigers to target field tonight to begin a four-game series Detroit took two. Of three from Minnesota last week in Detroit former twin Francisco Leary auto gonna take the mound for the Tigers. Against urban Santana making his, second start since, returning from the disabled list at six thirty pregame. Tonight seven ten the first pitch, you'll hear right here on your home of the twins eight three WCC oh also getting, ready for some football this weekend the Vikings continuing their preseason workouts that their new facility in Egan yesterday. There, was a difference. This time there. Was another team. On the field was day one of combined practices. With the Jacksonville Jaguars Minnesota's next preseason Opponent at his daily press conference head coach Mike Zimmer was asked if these combined. Practices would become an annual thing I like preparing like we prepare usually but this might be a good little Which called respite of of Howard doing this if. It does, and you know and people act the right way to do the right. Things that might be a really good, thing we might continue to do it I always wanted to go to Cincinnati and do it started go to my. Place but other than that we'll see how this goes at least he's honest about it right the, Vikings visited Cincinnati, for combined workouts in two thousand sixteen and the coach could go hang out at his place one. Player not taking part in practice Yesterday was the Jaguars. Cornerback Jalen, Ramsey he was suspended for violating team rules. He spoke, out about some of the other players in the NFL got an, I think she q.. Magazine and, anyway that was part of it. I guess biking's receiver Stefan digs was? Asked if he was disappointed that Ramsey. Was not there yeah yeah he's a great corner you know we, were looking forward to going against him, you know all, those guys in the back and they got gotta go secondary take they look. Great you know as, far as they last year and how far do you wanna do they. Wouldn't just as far as us so it's like they've had success in a defense was their stronghold so, we was, looking forward to it but you know it'll come. And Tom Minnesota in Jacksonville with another day. Of workouts together today and then of course this is all leading up to Saturday's. Game at US Bank, stadium kickoff there will be. At noon and finally links back, on? The court tonight as they visit be Connecticut sun Minnesota seventeen and fifteen earned seventh place in the WNBA standings following. Tuesday's ninety one to eighty eight loss At home to, Chicago with, two games left in the regular season they are. Two games out of place so.
"molitor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Foolish maybe America we. Have a country. To say now here's Larry elder very disturbing Finding people Molitor right Mike Obama saying that we were right occupier so therefore we're not entitled to the land that we have. Former President Obama is in, South Africa giving a speech at a Mandela, lecture series and he seemed to address what we've seen unfold on the world stage in the last twenty. Four hours listen to, President Obama Number three You told me I was to, deliver a lecture I thought So your professors and bow ties. In tweed I wondered if this was one more sign The stage of life that I'm entering Along with gray hair Slightly failing eyesight I thought about the fact that my daughter's. Thank you anything I told them, as a lecture The American press often got. Frustrated at my long winded answer That press conference Moni response has been conform, to two minutes sound soundbites But given the strange and uncertain times that we, are at They are strange triple eight nine seven one s..
"molitor" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Well i felt like i could've used when when i played and i would have been very open to the use of a mental performance coach mental skills coats so you know i think that the players are still learning that this is a resource that's not pure psychology it's it's performance based you know it's it's on how i can play better and you know the thoughts and feelings that every player has our normal you know i want to ask paul molitor who's ninth on the all time hit list if he ever loses his confidence and you know or what point does he and he said if he's for twelve he feels like he's never going to get another hit and this is the guy that's ninth all time in the hits but he said he had a plan for that you know he'd bunt for a hit or hit the ball to right field so you know i think that these feelings are there normal everyone has them it's it's takes courage i think to admit the fact that you know i have these i want to get better you know not everyone's not everyone is kind of can be so strong all the time that they can perform through these challenges that they have without some type of mental component maybe being improved yeah jose altuve and the astros is a great example that if he has a day where he's hitless his teammates say that he's he's anxious the next day he's like concern that he's been a go without a hit in fact last during the world series last year remember george springer josh radic saying i hate jose altuve because he you know he he's always talking about complaining about how we can't get hits and then they'll go out and he'll dribble ball through the right side and find his way to two or three hits of curious about the first time that you talk with players what are some of the first questions that they ask you.
"molitor" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"On cbs sports radio power how rookie early '80s brewers a an mvp to hall of famers and still couldn't win a world series they got there the loss of the carts unfortunately those like the paul molitor robin yacht was down shor short out up in center field in two different two different years and then you had bought era leaving leading things off you had a bunch of sluggers a decent pitching staff they got to the playoffs and he wanted to to get it though that i think you weren't for and that's what like i actually know about that team because i was too young but i collected baseball card shortly thereafter that was in my baseball card sweet spot let's go out to defeat can poor lynch fee thanks for listening to the show appreciate you man you're on cbs sports radio and thanks for having me i'm me guess forget about the portland trailblazers on uh early 90s late 90s early 2000s um i remember back in ninety one day you know they came within one magic johnson you know rolling the ball at the end of the buzzer to go to threestraight finals actually got to meet magic a few months ago and told them how he broke my heart when i was a kid when he did that laughed at you he he definitely i thought round magic when he's at governors asia with other friends along those lines james i'm i'm going to go i'm gonna go team james word on this thing i really though enjoyed the kluger 's hoover you disregard you were just like you ara all mer you are ridiculous he's done nothing changed my mind i don't know man the more the second most wins in the nineties fourtimes they went down against those that chicago bulls team patrick ewing would be so much more highly regard if you've got a champion jim what riley is one of the great coaches of all time there's some there's some points that i think it worth focus on the knicks had three coaches in the nineties pat riley don nelson and jeff van gundy your organization is cursed may and it it's not good all right a a few more.
"molitor" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Radio powerhouse but the early eighties brewers a an mvp to hall of famers and still couldn't win a world series they've got there the loss of the cart i'm too young and forgery those like the paul molitor brewers robin yell at fbi out short short out in center field in two different two different years and then you had bar early leading things off yet punches sluggers is decent pitching staff they'd have to the playoffs and he wanted he can get it though that i'm gonna take it work for and that's you know what like i actually know about that team because i was too young but i collected baseball card shortly thereafter that was in my baseball card sweet spot let's go out to defeat can poor lynch feet thanks for listening to the show appreciate you man you're on cbs sports radio thanks for having me i'm me guess forget about the portland trailblazers on uh early 90s late 90s early 2000s um i remember back in ninety one the you know they came within one magic johnson you know rolling the ball at the end of the buzzer to go to threestraight finals i actually got to meet magic a few months ago and told them how he broke my heart when i was a kid when he did that but he laughed at you oh he he definitely is i i they're round magic when he's at governors asian with other friends along those lines james i'm i'm going to go take i'm gonna go team james word on this thing i really though enjoyed the kluger 's kluger you disregarded you're just like you are a almer you are ridiculous he's done nothing to change my mind i don't know man.
"molitor" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"A teen minutes left eighteen minutes left scott fitzgerald and paul molitor neckinneck words i never thought i would ever say got this gerald as a un oreiller jack morris and now he's take trump take down palmolive who i mean if if only can't hurt beck was involved in the stink can't erbekan curry beck so just real quick with alex smith you can't blame him for not wanting to go to the cleveland browns why that's not blush role on the browns he's thirty three he wants to go somewhere where the next windows of opportunity are two things one a chance to win now too where coach isn't going to get blown out he doesn't want to go to a place where they're going to choose some first overall quarterback with the clocks going to be checking on whether that kids starts right away rich of huge jackson isn't getting fired for going one in thirty one he's never going to get fiber disagree with you if they draft somebody like donald and it doesn't work this year hottie oh s out the door out the door correct i just think one in thirty one in pretty good witness test if you can be a hey cohesion graphs if he drafts somebody like sam donald and it doesn't work out to the point where it looks horrible again they will go and find somebody that they can attached to donald sipped that they're more comfortable with i believe that i might be wrong but alex smith does not want to go to a place where he can't win now where the coaching situation might be completely uncertain and three where there's going to be a young kid right behind him that everybody is going to be clamoring to start the first time he has a poor game i think though in new at his whole career though but what that's so why would he at why wouldn't you wanted to see if jacksonville could pick them up why wouldn't you want to go find out if somebody in arizona why wouldn't you want to go somewhere that he could go on and start when now do you think the jags are in this game of alex myth is a quarterback well as a news item on that jb smooths steve smith comeback podcast one has new shows on our new app check out all the coal features to help you explore are exciting new program.
"molitor" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Fitzgerald ended up fourteenthseed moves on past jack morris scott is now taking on paul molitor be twins manager in baseball of famer easily defeated twotime oscar winner jessica lang in these six eleven seats and now we move back to the bracket the winner of this will play the winner of prince verses herb brooks love has so in a lake superior region the fourth seed from inhibiting minnesota born and raised minnesota's mr basketball thirteen seasons with the boston celtics head coach in the minnesota timberwolves in two stints yes basketball of famer college basketball of famer the fourthseeded kevin mchale goes against the brothers born and raised in st louis park minneapolis the coen brothers if you love the following movies fargo the big leballa ski no country for all men bridge of spies miller's crossing grazing arizona thirteentime academy award nominations between him fourtime academy award winners the coen brothers and i feel like we might have another four thirteen mikhail versus the coen brothers they the winner of that plays the winner of the dreaded 512 match up the five seed born in grand rapids minnesota the darling of the wizard of oz mother of scott bao's go for girlfriend that multiple dropped off for a late night hang out mother of judah your mother of a of of lives the manali fifthseed julie garland taking the proud of st paul minnesota with fourteen seasons still with the minnesota twins the only catcher a major league baseball history when three batting titles joe mala.
"molitor" Discussed on Starting9
"I feel like a lot of measure the air awards get handed out to guys that are on teams that rebounded like it's like the comeback manager of the year award is it is it the best record in the league is in no ah like how do you quantify that so i'll ask you between terry francona aj hinge and paul molitor who do you have as the american league manager the year but but why is more important well i i i think you make a great point and uh i'm going to take this opportunity to slide into the good graces of the minnesota toyad said k all right all right through it is then followed the better better and rightfully so at rightfully so the fighting molitor is okay it's the ball club that still struggled they were driving the struggle bus last year and now here they are in a completely different position and has a lot to do with him a feel for his players a commanding presence he's a guy who commands not demands respect when he walks into a room so you automatically want to listen to this guy because he's got some important and and what an intellectual shit to say you've got to follow up you're you're going to listen to this guy so for him to be able to steer this young staff this young group back in the right direction that speaks volumes because he wasn't necessarily familiar with this group and now here they are following him and he's definitely put his fingerprints here everybody else asia hints she give it to him because he won the world series we saw this coming didn't been been reader saw this cut a 2014 gotcha so here's yet does it does it take away from motors case at all that it looks like his skin.
"molitor" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"The twins statistical you back about fifteen years you go back fifteen years and i make that point because that's when the twins came back in a relevancy right in two thousand two since then the yankees or ninety and thirty three against minnesota ninety eight thirty three all do the math for you that's a winning percentage they play out to one hundred and nineteen wins in a full one hundred and sixty twogame season so not only dominant historically dominant put it this way if the twins win every single game that they play against the yankees for the next eight seasons they still won't be back to five hundred against them but they don't need to the only need to win one game and aids when it tonight and it's unlikely when you look at historically how they've done against them but it's only one game that could happen one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six i mean i'm sure paul molitor is telling his team just that in fact he said of pests this week quote it's kind of a coin flip you've just got to take your shot if the post season is always a war the dice no matter what then what's a single game wildcard match up the old mccoy nfl lip and the twins are applying with house money nobody expected them to be here nobody expects them to win here just like nobody should be surprised if they find a way to get it done it's only one game weird things happen that's why the wall carter so cool of course the yankees are the better team of course they win a bestofseven matchup every single time but it's not a best a seven it's best to one winner advances lose goes on it could happen i love that game tonight in the meantime it saw some football we're joined right now by a quarterback for the arizona cardinals he's a threetime probowler yet five tackles and a pass a fenced.
"molitor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"She us miss that fastball wellfounded pretty much straight back in a so one thing that can be pretty difficult for hitters to do is who see the fastball really well out of salazar but the velocity it's going to beat you a lot of times unless you shorten of your sway and a sling go along their for escobar trendlike like fifty four 93 so we could find a way to shorten that up think about driving the ball in left center field may have the rights when you drive oh too low and outside he laid off the slide and now golds will go visit salazar one into account escobar modest by gave hitting ricky's dow start at thirty five lives thirty six game at third base since so no one on the d elders really no indication at to know would be back in the postseason for paul molitor the to it the minnesota's gotta secure that postseason spot first the look back at kepler salazar a high sat 212 pitches pop back out a play again a win tonight by the twins were all angels loss in chicago against the white sox and minnesota wraps up that second card spot scott a half right you would think the odds are clearly in their favour that they will get into the post season but palmer was taking nothing for granted the one to play in a vast struck about ninety seven burgandy salazar plausible way four strikeouts for the twins hander we go to the bottom of the second and cleveland one nothing any in this major league baseball on espn radio and espn app presented by gnc.
"molitor" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"By are you chris on doing for it how are you i'm doing well thank you for your work your hard work and all you got bruce doc radio thank god or you and president donald dogs up what adopter order eat daughter backed up oded or quite a bit of all paul molitor both or it could hinder media our out class marco players briefing gaga but the media why no one you wanna walk out like in the end the cold and if he could i recall the growl early anchored equity find it at any rate ground own it all oh boy great what i believe to meet your new via complete here thank you thank you wanna ask against a joke i think there's anything to the russian iowa allen i'm i'm saying i am trying to be as open and objective as i can't about this do you think there's anything that to a question about what are not anyone in the administration before or after the election in any way colluded with or had tried to work with the russians or it's all made up to moderate notified back there they have yellow out nah hey no accurate they're not in kuwait regulated by the left academics way to individual the buyout is getting the private air wrecked preferred company chris proven to be ironed dime netflix our our chris i got about ten stemmed seconds let me let me ask you something and i'm gonna ask on the in just a moment i'm gonna get into the question about do you think this media will bring donald trump now cut they bring donald trump down yes or no no no i hey thanks very much for calling i appreciate it you know that's that's and that's what i want to ask you one eight hundred six five five mike one eight hundred six five five six four five three is this can this media be successful in doing what the left lives can't they bring this president down or is handling it the way these vehicle mike centel went from dallas the the one hi this is john taffer from bar rescue i've worked with over and restaurants.