18 Burst results for "Mr. Baseball"

"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"W. T. M. J. He is indeed the soundtrack of summer. He is the voice of the Milwaukee Brewers. He is Ah Hall of Famer. He is Mr Baseball. He is Bob Bucher, and he is live. On the first Midwest Bank hotline. Good morning, sir. So good to have you back on the air again. How are you? We're doing all right. So we've got training camp Summer spring training two point. Oh, underway as we speak at Miller Park. We've got a schedule that dropped last night for Major League baseball this season is really gonna happen, but it's going to very different than anything any of us have ever seen before. Yeah, I don't know what's in store, you know, and, um You know, doing all this stuff about people in the ball park and you know, we all feed off off off of the fans, and it's really gonna be strange to to do it with an empty ball park and a zoo matter of fact. You can't even be around the players. I mean, you can't be in the clubhouse. You can't go up and talk to people The way we normally would were all wearing masks and Which is the right thing to do. I understand that, but it's going to be a little different for everybody. And that includes Jeff and Lane Grendel, and, um, you know, little staff at the ballpark. The writers are segregated from everybody, and it's gonna be a really strange thing. Love you mentioned not being able, Teo, you know, connect with the players as much as you and Jeff normally would during a season. Does that change how you prepped for calling a game? Well, I don't. I don't know if it changes anything very much. You still call the game? The one One thing.

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Joe Walsh Takes on the Trump Cult

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

07:55 min | 1 year ago

Joe Walsh Takes on the Trump Cult

"I wanNA start sort of in the beginning with you because I think he your trajectory to where we are today is very compelling and also I think there might be something that people can relate to write our story right. So will you tell us a little bit about how you grew up pretty mundane? I mean a big Old Irish Catholic family of nine kids Dad both passed away within the last couple of years. I Love My mom and dad a pretty lovely boring childhood. I was the middle child of nine. I grew up a loan in the family and I knew when you come from a big family. Elissa you fight for your parents attention and so when I look back a lot of the things I've done in life has been to galvanize people to make people stand up and pay attention about things I care about but I loved coming up in a big family. So what were your interests you know? I always in maybe similar to you from the earliest age. I cared about history. I've always been enamoured with American history. I was watching the other night. The first part of the special on the history channel George Washington. I saw it too is wonderful. I WANNA watch the rest of it. I'm convinced I've always kinda believed in reincarnation. I'm convinced I lived at that time really Olisa. I've been obsessed with the revolutionary period for as long as I can remember really. Yeah so how does that manifest itself in your daily life? Do you get deja booze. Do you get I often and I've often ramped of that period. I've been obsessed with books in movies of that period and it's led to my interest in this country the problems in this country where we are now suavely. My interest in history always led me to politics governance so in high school. What was important to you. Are you an athlete at all? I was I mean I was Mr Baseball Basketball football president my senior class all of that but always board a little bit nice school. I was always thinking beyond high school and then when I was in college I was bored and college and think beyond college so I never really felt like I fit in in those slots and you study in college. I was in English major political science minor interesting. Yeah Yeah so you get out of college. You're still in your hometown. Where'd you get a call? I went to a small school in the middle of Iowa called Grinnell College then I transferred to the University of Iowa graduated there. I took time off. I hopped on a greyhound. Bus came out here to become an actor. Didn't 'cause I was lazy ass and I rode my bicycle. Up and down all over California tended bar and just dreamt a lot then went back to I will finally graduated once the acting bug kind of went away and then I spent time in the city of Chicago after I graduated mostly on the south side of Chicago working with low income black white and brown kids on job training and educational at their educational skills. And you were registered Republican. At this time. I've probably been registered Republican my whole life. I've rarely describe myself as a Republican which is odd because I ran for president as a Republican. I've always considered myself sort of libertarian slash conservative. Don't like the word conservative. But I've always felt an obligation to help people who are not as well off as me. I've never anything that that drive came from. Joplin my mom. My Mom was a servant. She was a teacher. She was a a special education teacher. She loved history as well and she just. She instilled in me at least that that was part of why we were here. A big part of why we were here and that combined with my sort of political ethos which is i. Don't want government doing everything for people. I want US doing more for our fellow. Man has always led me toward the helping professions. It's interesting because I think when you think of Libertarian. You don't think of fellow man helping fellow man you think of like someone you know in a cabin who doesn't over them show all by themselves. Who has you know? I think that if more people understood that the libertarian sort of ethos is that and yeah but I think there's so much that is politically misunderstood right now and I think it feeds into exactly what we're seeing right now with this administration but also it's so interesting to me how we've lost sight of the grey areas in life and I don't know if that's because maybe twitter maybe we have these little short bursts of information and were not able to really see nuance right. Like nuances dead total. So we think of Republicans and we think of Libertarians. And we think of Democrats we think of very specific people void of any nuance right. I mean if you are this you have to be this this this and this. I'm wondering when you started to see that happen. I mean my husband when I first met him was a registered. Republican was he. Yeah he was a register and you know a progressive Republican. I don't know if a progressive Republican exists anymore is that what is that but you got. I mean it's better than a regressive Republican which seems to be the way of the party right now. It's a-list issues everything's broken. I mean just step back. We have a horrible human being in the White House. I mean you and I may differ on a lot of issues almost everybody outside of his crazy supporters understand that we have horrible human being in the White House. How the hell did he get there? I think he got there because our political system is just flat out broken. So why should we take you seriously? And I don't know that you should. I hope you look. Let's just be clear from the outset. I announced about five months ago that this former Republican congressman is going to take on a sitting trump sitting president named trial. Nobody JOE in their right mind should think about doing this. Unless you have a really good reason it's easily the most freaking difficult thing I've ever done as you mentioned. I mean I come from a certain place politically most of the people in that world politically. They loved trump. So I've lost my friends I've lost my supporters. I get threats all the time. It's been difficult. The party has tried to whack me every single day. I'm doing it and I got into joe known it would be difficult many things but I'm not dumb. I knew it would be difficult. I thought it was important. I believe unfit so. It's that message that we've led with. Which is I know who I am. I know this isn't going to be easy but that kind. The White House scares the hell out of me. He should scare everybody. And we've led with that message in everything we do. What is the most broken thing that you feel enabled him to become president about the political system? We go into the social aspect. I think there is a lot though is broken in society that allowed for him. I think especially when you talk to his supporter and I know his supporters. Well because they voted for me and they've listened to me on the radio the last seven years they feel like Washington. Dc doesn't give a fuck about them and hasn't for a long time. Republicans and Democrats. They don't care about me. We got like thirty nine different. Genders now everybody Kerry who they WANNA marry. I got people who don't look like me coming across the border and Washington's not listening and so along comes this asshole this demagogue. Who At least gave them the impression that he's paying

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"I'm not a big baseball fan but you're not I don't WanNa see no Goddamn robot calling the game five. We call the game since Babe Ruth. Keep it like that a lot of places where robots take over for example Jeff Bezos from a friend of mine. Can't we studio this two million Goddamn square feet robots moving around arms arms being Bang Boom Bang Bang grow- grew only saw twenty people do not bring robots sports. Let me tell you Mr Baseball Commissioner. If you allow this I will petition and get people to sign up. We Will Never Watch baseball again. Keep the robots game. I afraid of robots hero. I don't want robots game. The game has listen to the game has always been the same. It's perfect. It's America's pastime. Don't touch it. You'll have a robot making calls with a human with the ability to overall well. If you give the human the ability to overrule that the human make the damn decision for the kids and for the people in the Geeks like myself itself keep robots out of sports. I don't WanNa see no robot goalkeeper. I don't WanNa see no robot frito passenger ball coach. I don't WanNa see no robot clock magic. Keep them robots at the game. Okay Sports Geek keep an analytical electrical. The only thing we allow you to do is analytics. We don't want no robot again. I'm not even a baseball guy but I don't want to take a job away from the umpires what ice love based when the coaches to come out and has had colonies targeted noise arguing about Craig's robots you'll be able to do that. We'll have a robot do pelota machine terminator robots out of the game. Thank you very much. I think you're afraid of a robot. I applaud he's right. Oh man a robot's stop that adversely to your point. Did you see the robot online this week. That was is hitting the baseball's..

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And since then he'd impressed me a lot more. But I mean what we've had here with Doug Melvin through the years and with David Stearns, Matt Arnold knowledge. Assistant. I don't there's no better hand. But this could be. On my partner. Mark felt was it. If it's game seven, I mean. Remember okay into liquid walk me through that game. Seventy or picking your head in the World Series. You take the lead. Yeah. Looks so. Once. Really hit that bullet to left field. Then his Taylor. Caught it, and I just, you know, just felt like well, the air came out of the balloon for me might have thrown something sweet. Dropped a few f bonds. Go the Commission Commissioner ceiling swit-, call them. You know, the next look, I'm really sorry. That's nothing. Like what to see what that was nothing? But look it's her we'll put so much into it. And I feel if you're not passionate about it shouldn't be doing it. But you know, I mostly have gotten over. Mark. Hall of Famer legend, Mr. baseball, bodyguard, pleasure. Meet both you guys you can break some news. Who's gonna throw out the first pitch? It. We would be surprised Billy Jesse. It's pretty cool opening fish today. Actually, you should look look for it. Thanks for both. You guys great grades this year. Later, though radio show were you.

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"She puts make on a fish, sometimes Yeah. pretty. Pretty. I think the role is in in the Batman universe. What Commissioner Gordon, I think that's the I would you like to play Commissioner of acting aspirants. Yeah. Have you ever been in one of those baseball movies? I've auditioned for several. Do they give the whole somewhat else of? Here's what happens is. They say we want you to audition for the mascot. Right. And then I get there and like I'll do this. But I've also prepared the lead. Can I people love that? Right. People love that. Well, you hear a lot Hollywood's. That's how you get parts. Sure. And so they're usually pretty indulgent. They let me do it never gotten the part. But a couple of times I've heard them say to me. Thank you very much. That's true. That's very polite of in this industry. I also you you must have been really kind of peeved when Mr. baseball came out. Yeah, I'm Seligman because that sounds. I mean right there, Mr. baseball for baseball himself. I am I have a baseball head. And my first name is Mr. I'm trying to think of other baseball movies where a mascot has been in them as the Philly fanatic ever been represented on screen. I mean, you know, what about the San Diego chicken sandiego has It's been been. in many films. Many many fads break-up begins with a cubs game. I believe. Yeah. I believe you ever get to an audition. They want you to play the San Diego chicken go. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And here's what I do. I do a really unflattering version of let's hear this. I go in there like. I'm five eleven. He profiles, boys. Representation representation. Say I'm reading for the role of San Diego chicken. Then I say the N word because that is an unflattering various lottery, I don't believe that would ever make it to the screen unless it was the bad news bears or something. Pretty pretty liberal with the language. They really work. Look, Mr. children's say that stuff I them to. Yeah. Mister met we have to take a break if that's okay. We we have another guest on the other side of this break, we have a legitimate witch. That's exciting maybe the legitimate, which could turn you back into a human, or at least what I want that. Maybe you do you still want to be a human with a baseball regulation? Baseball size head. I. Henna love my life. Okay. So you're turning swords into Plowshares..

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Can you? Believe the thrills of opening day in showing up at the stadium aren't lost Mr. baseball. Bob euchre able to come here each and every day. It's not only what we do here at the ballpark. Baseball wise, but the friendships you develop it lasts. It's not only for baseball. It lasts forever. A number you join steeds defeating Jeff Wagner earlier today in the dugout. We'll have complete coverage of brewers opening day live throughout the day right here on WTMJ first pitch around one ten we now know where the seven hundred and sixty eight million dollar Powerball jackpot was sold in new Berlin. The state lottos says the ticket was bought at a speedway on Beloit road. No word, of course, yet on who bought that winning Powerball ticket in special counsel, Robert mothers, Russia investigation report is said to be more than three hundred pages long. Long that from the attorney general Bill Barr who discussed the length of the report with congressman Jerrold Nadler, the head of the House Judiciary committee time for the WTMJ, Drake and associates market update. Right now, the Dow is now up up to two twenty five thousand six twenty eight. The NASDAQ is flat at seventy six forty two in the SAP also fled at twenty eight o four. Well, we still have those delays heading in towards Miller park, those backup start from just east of eighty four th street, and it pretty much solid all the way to about Mitchell boulevard as everybody's trying to get off on that off ramp there once going through you'll be fine. It's just gonna be a little bit bunched up there until you get past the stadium interchange north and southbound on Miller Parkway so far from what I can see we are looking actually pretty good. It's just backing up a little bit as you try and turn into the parking lots that are by the way, filling up nicely. I'm Debbie Lazaga with WTMJ dot com timesaver.

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And unfortunately, when you lose power or something like that happens speaking of travel or attempted travel Ryan Braun of the brewers. You know, you kinda need a passport to get to Canada. Even though we have a very familiar relationship with with the two countries. Well, he didn't have his passport. He couldn't go on their on their last Roach of the the preseason. Okay. And Ryan bronze defense Doug laid out this morning in his sports casts. The brewers haven't played quote unquote internationally in a couple of years, and they only go very not very often at all. But you'd think the brewers would have someone there to check on it. And maybe I can see you got a lot on your mind. You're getting ready for the you know, the season opening day just a couple of days away. But not a great moment at the airport. I wouldn't think their defense Ryan Braun probably was. You're gonna play much anyway. So you can probably have him sit back home, and relaxing and get ready for the big open around on Thursday, which we will be a part of Jeff Jeff Wagner, and it'll be Doug on Thursday morning at Miller park brewers game day live cannot weights. But for Ryan Braun embarrassing. I know they have an issue with his home and the fire situation in California. That's probably adding to this as well. Because when you try to scramble the put all your possessions together, your important stuff stuff like that kinda get misplaced or it can get put in a box where you don't necessarily know where it is. But if this was a regular season game, and they were going there, then I'd be a little more worried than national media would be all over was a regular season game story. So Ryan bronze going to be okay. He'll be ready for opening day. A little bit of travel for the the Viking cruise ship. Ryan braun. No passport. No entry to Canada. He'll be fine. We'll be fine. We'll see an opening day, Steve and Mike Spaulding. Eric has off today. Jordan Gazza Rousey producing. It's a rite of passage for every brewers fan as the boys of summer are back to defend their and Al central division. Crown? Don't miss WTMJ's opening day lives. We broadcast live from Miller park. Open Thursday from players coaches, Mr. baseball himself, Bob euchre as we get to set to kick off the twenty nineteen championship season is opening day. Live starting at nine AM this Thursday sponsored by century foods outdoor living unlimited and say back. I cannot wait picked up my media pass today. I'll be out at Miller park fairly early on Thursday, probably about seven thirty four. I think a nine o'clock start. It's always a lot of fun. The tailgaters usually beat me. There sounds like it's going.

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on Baseball Things

Baseball Things

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on Baseball Things

"Honestly, man, I missed the fan culture up there. Mr. baseball people. It was outstanding the part of that community for the years. I was there from baseball stamp. It was little was k-. However, everything you just said about Robertson Cano and fans going to the ballpark in August and Nelson Cruz, including that community we just talked about that with signing Bryce Harper going to other players to complement and paying them some money managers never got over the hump. They ain't over there haven't gone done with Jerry yet. They didn't do jackets awhile. It really gotten over that. But what I will say is the effort was put into a point, and he'd be dishing rewards would have helped Johnston or previous ownership further. What of what we do know is that winning baseball keeps fans happy and denting with their players and they're superstars and for for the young players coming up right in some cases, there sports heroes. I hesitate use award heroes because there's real heroes out there that baseball, right? But they're sports heroes things identify with inspire to be and these type of things hurt the game the hurt the game. And so they need to fix this need to get players into camp. And they need to have a different perspective because the rest of the world is watching and to be honest with you, we all wanna watch baseball. Yeah. We do. Let's get back on. That's all. All right. We'll move on a little bit good conversation. They're one of the other things disc-. Gust at this point with major league baseball. It's clubs the players union. Among some other things like pitch clocks and things like that, which I are annoying..

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"That the minimum get your name Ron read on the radio some celebrity birthdays today Katharine Ross. I know it's Friday, I know this movie but start as Elaine Robinson, the graduate. She turned seventy nine today. She was also now married to Sam Elliott where she met him while filming Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid. Tom Selleck turned seventy four today. Mr. baseball people as magnum P. I think he's Mr. baseball. Let's see Oprah the big o o w turned sixty five today. Wow. Greg Louganis know him from Olympic. Gold-medal diver turns fifty nine nNcholas Turturro. Most notably known from NYPD. Blue turns fifty seven Heather Graham. No her from swingers, twin peaks in boogie nights main appearance in Austin powers also in both finger. She turns forty nine today. And then Darlene CONNER. Aka Sara Gilbert turns forty four today. So happy birthday to all of them. Quercus? Oh, my water people. Who's.

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Eighties. The question in every Indiana Jones movie, the lead role of Indiana has been played by Harrison Ford. But did you know, George Lucas originally wanted a different actor for the part? But the person he wanted wasn't available because he was too busy filming something else who was the last celebrity George Lucas originally wanted for Indiana Jones. Arnold. Now said we got to get to the treasurer such a different movie. Gatineau nNcholas cage wasn't taken nineties. I think I'm going to go Tom Cruise. Good answer since nineteen Eighty-one the role of Indiana Jones has always been played by Harrison Ford, but originally George Lucas wanted a different actor for the part. It was first offered to another hunky Alastair that all of the ladies loved. But unfortunately, he was too busy filming his hit TV show magnum p is he turned it down talking about Tom Selleck from south of it would have made a great India Indian. Yeah. Mustache changed his career. He went on to do like, Mr. baseball and Quigley goes down under. Worl? He can't read a script. Very well. I don't think I just saw one friends again recently. Yeah. Jackie Chan the post Malone siesta, or whatever it is. That before you get shocked whenever you're ready for how this goes. She said she too young don't want. No, man..

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They pick because they learn languages so quick he went to Japan, and he's now fluent in Japanese you're going really he does have one of the best YouTube ever, though. It's a Homer and does the chainsaw at home plate, and it is amazing in Japan. And he's a legend there too. I like the I wanna think. What's his name in Mr. not, Mr. baseball? With Tom Selleck, Mr. baseball baseball. You do played president Palmer in in twenty four Dennis hazing. Yeah. I wanted to say Palmer I wanted to say that character is based off of bam. Bam. Like, he's everywhere you go. There's the best teammate us the best teammates a hammer. The hammer was everyone's favourite teammate their fan Bill. I say FU Joe, boo. No. It him carried his bat around the bases. After the home run about Dorn takes off the club had for his. Bro. You're going to die says right here my contract unnecessary calisthenics. I've never met an ass. I've never met. What a what a great job. I've never met an ass. I've never met an ass. This is terrible. Yes. So you hear about that right there that that voice? I was going over there. The unbelievable. I can't believe it's being held here. This is terrible. That's good. What is that? I have a really good southern accent that little borderline offensive. And so when everyone was coming over here just tweeting out like can't believe it's here in Santa Clara. About to do it. And then I said, I'm just gonna go some weird accent on the believe it's being tailed here. This is terrible. His. Irish. Oh my God. It was like so many people. I heard like downtown San Jose at the the stuff this weekend at the concerts. Ush damn. There's some vehicles here. A lot of vehicles here. We wouldn't break it up before. Well, it's later in the show that was more like the perfect drive time drivetime to offend to many people. Yeah. That accident sound like you're from Dublin. Yeah. East bay. You seem to many people. Whatever the wait until seven seventy two. Great fans. Oh nice. People. That's about it. Let's thank you. Bills. Yeah. That when I stopped at the Chick-fil-A there's a thousand Clemson fans and their dislike to leave their Mark by dad had two dollar bills. Adamant a little little little metal truck that he would save. Unfortunately, he went in there one day, and they were gone. You had them. Well, had is the operative word traded him in traded him in cloudy. Well, if you you say traded a loss L track. Draco were they go. I went to the track that didn't go over well either. In fact, I'm starting to get the. He be thinking about it. Because they didn't that did not end. Well for me at the track or at home. Did you have to pay back then in a way emotionally? Yeah. You know, what they do the horses coming down the home stretch in the the race close? Yeah. That's that's what dad did to me. Yeah. That's was euthanized. Tonight. Godfather, left handed whip wasn't good. Let's say everybody Greg Cosell. Steve young. Drew MandA, and there's one big Apollo. I wouldn't have come up with Pablo. Because I was just out of nowhere. I mean, just pulling a rabbit out of the hat with that one. That was fantastic. Just what the prize was. All right. Well, thank Ogden. Thank you. Thank you to be Smith. Stay tuned. Drew and Friday, take you right up until ten o'clock rates. Later, take.

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"When you sly when you're coming into I and you feel your trousers burst. When you're sliding into third, and you feel that big turds that's the opposite of diarrheas for you. Why who was like we listen, I got an idea. Let's imagine baseball players have diarrhea. Now. Look, I'm a baseball fan. Sure. So I know this Mr. baseball called me, Mr. baseball, and this is maybe a little inside of that game. Sure. Just like a pitch might be at certain points in order to perform at the peak at the level is revel. Yeah. They all have tire. You is it because of their dietary. I see and the certain medications that one acetate. Yes, they're basically all on speed. Thiry speed. The speed at which diarrhea passes through see that's the thing. I think it's that goose shit all the time. It's that they shit so quickly. They're just like they're just like there goes. Yeah. So that's what it was people were like looked at that. And said how they should so fast you ever seen a goose like settled the magazine on the toilet. No. Yeah. No no toilet for. You are I b. Paul. We're really doing it though, you have to admit I am compelled to admit. Yes, we Christ compels you to admit that we are really doing it of Christ compels us where TV preachers really thing anymore. There's there's so much that people don't take them seriously enough fight there. You know, how like in the late eighties and early nineties. It was like. Yeah. Enough parodies of TV preachers. We know their CD. We know they're out there. Just you know, they're for money, but it worked it. Did. It really worked. I think what happened TV preachers when they saw all the comedians make fun of them. They're like, let's lay low for letting we'll come people forget for all these Larry Zaki thing. And then. And then when people kind of forget about will be by. We'll be back. I meant for that to be. For that to me and our Schwarzenegger. And instead we'll be back is what? There's a way to do is yours nigger. And I completely missed what if what if in that movie like we'll be back and then slowly into frame is a little hand puppet. Just odds and says I wish people could see what I'm doing real good. Still funny. Your space work is exceptional Kyun. We have to get to our final clip of this episode, Paul. I can really see it doing. This is exciting this episode number seven. All right. Number seven. This is episode five hundred and seventy four Paul the hundreds are very popular this year. Not only that. But this is the final episode that was eligible or countdowns impossible from I last I believe the bible tells us by votes the omega five twenty four which was under previous countdown Mary chunky Christmas. That was not our first episode eligible. I thought it was from I alas, but it's not I think there was on one or two before then. But this is the last episode that was eligible this is an episode called Conan never goes outside and the parties involved in this or Conan O'Brien. That's right from the titular tonight show. Now, of course, he has his own show. Conan course. Yes. Polyp tompkins. It's me Lauren lap guests, and Mary Holland that also her all of these people are involved in this episode. And this was merely a month ago. I believe that we recorded this seems like only yesterday, but it was in fact yesterday, and then three less about three weeks or so or maybe four maybe. And of course, this is an episode where our label mate he is on the air. Wolf network Conan O'Brien was making the rounds doing some podcasts and agreed very nicely to do hours. And agreed. He's a nice about it. I'm not sure I believe he complained about it on a different podcast. And seems unlike him. Well, I have run into cone in a couple of times here. And there I directed the between two ferns episode. He was in which was in the basement of the tonight show theater at Universal Studios. When he was there for about six months, we filmed in the basement there..

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on The Starters

"I would like to rewatch Mr. baseball. I remember it being a great move Assad in theater, hold up comes up a lot for a movie that people think too much about for us. I don't know. I wonder if it's still good. I remember enjoying it. I like Tom Selleck. It's a great story. Truce read. It's not better than RAD. No. Of course, not. Why why don't instead of just remaking Mr. baseball, which is such a thing that might actually have? Yeah. Just seriously call it, Mr. basketball. Yeah. Just put it to new sport. At least it gives it a new flavor. Why did he Space Jam to cares about that? Yeah. I wanna see Mr. basketball. And this is like the Marbury story. Exactly. Yeah. Or jimmer for debt perhaps? Yeah. Right. But the great thing about the Carmelo piece is that there's sort of a personal journey. He has to go on. Yeah. Like, I don't know if Jim effort debt went on a journey. No Margaret went on a journey. I very definitely mellow. This would work with mellow. This would work and again, great hats. He's got the looks. And if you think about it China's so much more in in the news in the basketball world now, then it would have been when Mr. baseball come up. I don't know. Nineteen ninety two to nineteen Ninety-two thought it was later. It looks like it's available on stars. I gotta star subscription. Like, hey, it's supposed to be crappy weather this weekend. Let's watch Mr. base islands. Good them. We'll watch six seasons of blue bloods. Are you telling me we miss the twenty three of Mr. baseball? And there was not one oral his. Yeah. That's that's the more shocking. Part come on get on it. Let's go back even further. This is a documentary piece. The frozen envelope in nineteen eighty five. Primarily because the man who is at the center of the controversy that conspiracy theory to get the New York Knicks number one pick David Stern has become a lot more open in his retirement days about talking about his past days when he said, quote, I know where the bodies are buried. You know that he wasn't speaking specifically about the Knicks situation. But you get him talking. Who knows what will come out? Who knows David? I liked that one. Yeah. All right next one here quick that a trivia, what do you guys think Mr. baseball has on rotten tomatoes? That's got fans or critics. I guess it's critics would say forty eight thirty one. What is it thirteen?.

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

One Giant Leap For Geeks

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

"All right kids. So the are doing another ask us anything. I do not have any fun game show music for this one. There is no eight it's that time again like there's there's nothing like that for this one. So sorry anti-clinton. Sorry, guys. I kind of liked it though survey says, yeah. Like you could put the little game show again. Like, you always do envy like. Esco anything? No, okay. Loan on this. Let's just keep going. All right. Fuck you. All right move it on everybody. No. No. No. No. No. No. I like where your head is give you that. I like where you're at is. I don't know. I mean, like I said I figured it doesn't always have to be a big grain standing song and dance though. I do enjoy doing it. You have no idea. I know the joy in your face. But this week we got like a few interesting range of questions. The first one is going to be hard as shit because I did not have enough time to sit down and think about it. So you guys might have better answers than me. But the first one comes from the IMDB journey podcast and find them on Twitter at I m b d IMDB Jesus internet movie database IMDB journey. They said favorite year in movies. So about you go first Mel g thinks you're already I already going and ready to go. Okay. What year? Did we get like? Fuck. Been why are you ready now? What year did we get fuck redid not get? Actually, I thought this was going to be a difficult question. But then I kind of thought back to like a few movies are really liked and what you're they came out. And then I did a little bit of digging. And it turns out that a lot of movies that I really love came out your nineteen ninety two. Really, okay. Okay. It was a great year for films. Let me let me drop a few for you here. Now mind you a number of these are obviously for me. But it's not like I liked them clearly because value there actually good films. The start with the original Mighty Ducks. Okay. Okay. Buffy the vampire slayer. Yes. Okay. A few good men. Yeah. Truth hurt. Wayne's world. Yes. Okay. Okay. And. Know, we're going to get for that the bodyguard. Okay. Okay. Oh, that's what you're Vinnie. I'm not as good as windy recipe. Got you home. Home captain, Ron, okay? Never heard of that one. What? Never mind. Boomerang. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. White men. Can't jump. Yes. Yes. Yes. Okay. We're gonna hit. We're gonna hit to up with some of the some of the kid one before we do the kid wants what about juice? Yeah. To pack. You got the juice no navigable base kit. Never see that is a good year ninety two cool world. Yeah. Now. Now, we're going to get into. Wants to because who who plays a chicken coup world. She plays Eminem's. Mommy mile can base in your candidate singer as the cartoon chicken cool were. Okay. Anyway, right now, Mr. baseball line love, Mr. baseball. That's a really good film. Okay. I don't think the critics really loved it. But I think it's fucking great. But now we're gonna get into some of the some of the ones that might really hits you when the kid the kid feels all right? We're gonna start off with this might not hit for you. You may not never seen. It is probably one of my top ten favorite films of all time. Even though it's not that good critically ladybugs. Never heard of it. Rodney Dangerfield has the coach of girls soccer team. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I still remember going to the God of the Saginaw eight the not before it was even the dollar quad, not eight. The go see that. Encino, man. Yes. All right. Three ninjas. Yes. To really good. I liked the second one in the first one actually, surprisingly, I don't like any of we got a couple more Kurtulus to hear fern gully. Well, this was not a cartoon a league of their own. Yes. Tom Hanks, and the biggest film, which is something that we discussed a couple of weeks ago. Yes. There you go. Nice..

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Somebody needs to be there is a child running around this arena with a bunch of grown asp Ben and cheese, constantly cheese constantly getting undressed with these dudes. Someone needs to fuck it, put a fucking wall between him and the rest of the child from a league of their own. Yes. Whatever that little fat kids, they was did not play. Something we simply fuck. I forgot. I don't know. So he he has his debut, which makes no sense. They never teach him how to pitch. There's never before his debut natural. Yeah. Fucked up. Could it across thing, and he comes in when this coach doesn't want him to is pretty great. Like the is the most. The move ran. The coach is trying to find the Albert Hall playing Martin Nella is this, is this the skipper here? Everything? Yeah, he's been. He's in fucking Apocalypse. Now. He's in Malcolm x. major pain. I believe it makes all the best, but no, like he gets a call from Dan day. Dan. Today's like yet, put the kid in and he's like, no, this this child is not ready at all. The major leagues Baylor knows how to play baseball and he's like, no, you're better just do it because shares go shopping. Again, we'll because everyone shows that the bid. It's a gimmick. There needs to be. It's the air bud line, the airbud catchall, which is nowhere in the rule book. Does it say a kid? Can't please? You don't say that. That you did somehow to couch it, but if a child air, but is structurally sound. Ferber footing this rookie of the it's ridiculous because like when there's a major signing in the MLB, right? You get word that there's been assigning and it's like, okay, cool. Like he's moving to the Yankees or whatever the situation is right then you there is like a predetermined day when that person is going to start, these people wouldn't just be rushing Wrigley to just hold chance to spy. This kid, they would say like, okay, like he's comedies making the move. It's a little different with with a with a reliever though because the relievers are just on a different schedule. You never know when the which reliever you're gonna put it in what situation? Probably, I guess that's true, but I don't even think the cubs know whether or not he's going to be a starting pitcher reliever. It's baby Sheild. The guy is just like, no, he doesn't throw a single. I know this sounds weird. Wouldn't like child labor laws come into a great point. Everyone. I when I worked at a. Club. I had to go to fuck Atlantic avenue and get my goddamn working papers, get us working papers whole shoot. He's a Mary, sue. Exactly. Working you working at a country club, that's I wanna see that that's a movie. Now that doesn't movie your your, your boob, their total, boo. Bingo. Flamingos deviates. It's him and Matt Dillon. This movie one magic summer thing. Nice. No, I was high a lot. Steve working at the bagel store, though, fired immediately fired three weeks. This boss slip. No, I was that rubbing my dick against any case. So. No, no boss fell over. He laughed at of fun, but that's funny. Yes, sure. People falling over his funny and that dude should have recognized that. You could make. Oh yeah, I loved it fell over. But yeah, there was a lot of I fucked that fridge. No, no, no, yes. You did. It's fine. So he comes in? It's against the Mets. 'cause we're kind of we're making a movie here because the to come in at the end. The power house. Yes, it's crazy that well, this is probably written in nineteen eighty six. It's crazy major league baseball. Agreed to this shit. Yeah, basically, all over every baseball agreed to a lot in the nineties, though. Dude, because we this major leagues, right? We had well, yeah, major league, which is that all that's the Cleveland Indians you had little big league. I believe the Minnesota Twins. That's where a child inherits baseball French. The big one which is I think this movie a scout. No, this injured the outfield came after this. I would've guessed Kim before. All right. Of course, the Los Angeles angels on dad. What's the Tom, Tom Selleck one Mr. baseball. Mr. baseball. But that's what jeopardy because he, yeah, he gets traded to Japanese league..

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Uh relatable issue that's been brought jazz what hand what's an issue well okay so it's not just like these people are are going to rest sulphur gadgets like guys said some share over the years it's been you know um there's of course been women who who've caused issues like moulay you fact my girl yeah or or things of that nature but but all right now at eleven i think you see my point it's all bar fights stuff that i wish everyone would settle down sure yet yes or cpi is like maybe he's going to plunge of in the face well and some big issues about sometimes it's just over a twenty once the bell he wants a title because that means more money that means prestige that man sweet corvette but right now the one of my favorite stories so in a few days january fourth will be russell kingdom which is the japanese version of russell mania central fun and what has happened is there's a there's a guy there from winnipeg who's one of the top guys in indian right now winnipeg in county omega yeah that they have guys like you know about some foreigners yeah it's the next best wrestling in japan kenny omega who has been magyar where these shows well you can watch them on of course online there i mean like bull where the show the tokyo dome noble where the shows about these guys like this thing ship i i was like there should be a hardcore show like there should be a show about the heart hardcore sound like a tv show and there should be a tv show about an ex pat and japan wrestling it's not that odd though i mean if they're not at on plenty of of uh canadians and americans who sheldon japan over the years i guess but it's like mr baseball but wrestling kenny on the air protection agency right.

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"mr. baseball" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"mr. baseball" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Definitive answers are just a few hours away but let's get a jump on getting some of them we call him mr baseball is being senior editor tim kirk joins us now so pictures of the story of the day what's the latest that you're hearing on sunny gray the yankees are trying to get study gray and the a's are saying you can have sunny gray but you're going to give us exactly what you want last night it appeared this wasn't going anywhere it's picked up some steam today he's perfect for what the yankees need they need another starting pitcher he signed for two more years after this year so this whole thing about we don't want to rent anybody anymore he fits perfectly but billy being the g the an aids general manager is really good at this and he is not going to give up sunny grain until he gets exactly what he wants but he's not getting clint great frazier and he's not getting labor tourists so they're trying to work on a deal not involving those guys but to really good kids headed oakland's way so who in play for very lander who is willing to take the millions and millions left on that gaza i think justin verlander staying put because it's just a little bit too complicated could he help a contender oh my goodness he's so wildly competitive if you put him on a team that could win the world series i think he'd be great but teams are asking the tires to pay a whole budget money to trade justin verte lander away and they simply are not willing to do that even though they need this rebuild to continue so i think vern landers going to stay 'cause there's too much money involved.

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