6 Burst results for "Noah Cinder"
"noah cinder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"I mean, I assume that it is true, but. Yeah. I mean, it's not because they've done such a bang up job of developing homegrown pitching. I get that for a while they were locked into some long-term deals that didn't work out so well on their end. But come on, like you're perennial problem is pitching. Try citing some marquee pitchers instead of squandering the primes of trout and Otani. So one of your deals for cinder garden Lorenzo are all well and good and they make you better. But this one year strategy is not working so well. And they really need some certainty. And moving Michael rensen to the rotation and depending on Noah's cinder guard post Tommy John surgery doesn't give you a certainty. So unless they sign Strowman or they've been linked to Luis Castillo, maybe they trade for him or someone else, but I don't think they should be done, especially with how busy the ALS has been, and the Mariners getting better and even the rangers, getting better, like the Intel's window is kind of closing here in the two distant future potentially. And so wild to say. Just go for it. I mean, they have missed out on much of the starting pitching available on kind of a long-term high level. But if they want to bring some confidence into this rotation, entering 2022. And Alex Cobb, who was actually pretty good for them this year has signed with San Francisco now. So they have some host to fill and yeah, they do have some promising younger starters. But still, as someone who will probably be watching a lot of angels baseball again in 2022, whether or not they do anything. I would think that angels fans would not be happy unless they emerge from the south season with someone else. It's a start, but I don't know that that quite does it. Maybe they'll sign Carlos Correa. Could be. Someone has to sign Chris Cray, where will he go? Because with seeker semi and bias off the board, carls graha is the lone big ticket shortstop still standing here and some of the potential destinations have dwindled. I mean, it's pretty sure the rangers are off the board here unless they want to third baseman now. But I think Detroit in theory could still sound Carl's career. But probably won't they had been linked to him. So I guess the obvious landing spot would be the Yankees, a lot of pressure on the Yankees to make that move. On the other hand, the Yankees are like LinkedIn trade rumors to Isaiah kinner Felipe. So you never know what the Yankees will do now, whether they will just bring in X rangers infielders, I guess that's their thing now. So wouldn't be surprised if he ends up there, but there are other places where he might make sense. I mean, St. Louis, sure, they could use him to replace Paul de young, but will the cardinal sign Carl's career? I kinda doubt it so there aren't as many places as many obvious likely landing spots left. I mean, he will obviously end up somewhere in he will make him in as he should, but really, I know there's been some consternation about how he would fit in the Clubhouse with the Yankees or the Dodgers, for instance, those teams have had their grievances with the science dealing Astros and career specifically. I tend to think that often those differences get resolved, you know, once he's one of your guys instead of one of their guys, then you realize, oh, he's a human and I kind of like talking to him and suddenly I am rooting for him instead of against him. And you know, maybe he addresses the team in spring training or something and then those differences get smoothed over. But there are a lot of ice on cars Korea, wondering where he will end up now. Yeah, because let's go in reverse order from the bottom of our depth chart projections to the top. So the rockies need a short stop. Yes. Are apparently interested in Trevor's story. What are the rockies doing? What are the wraps? Doing. Superframe. I mean, I know it's like John Heyman is tweeting incessantly for some reason about how the rockies are going to contend and they have a lot of good players or something. I don't know. I just no one ever knows what they're doing, but like John gray, not getting a qualifying offer was very weird. Obviously, a mistake, at least, you know, if you want draft pick compensation, and now is even more obviously a mistake after the deal that he signed with the rangers. And now there's like noise about no the rockies are like going for it, which like, hey, okay. I mean, I like to see teams try, but the rockies try so ineptly that they might be better off not trying right now. I mean, they'd be better off like just cleaning house seemingly given the way that they operate. I know they have a new GM now, but it's someone promoted from within as is their way. So no one knows what the rockies are doing. Can you imagine a Trevor story reunion with the rocks? Seems hard to imagine. It seems so sorry didn't really seem like someone who was interested in returning to the rockies. Seems hard to imagine. So cross the rockies off. Nationals seem unlikely to sign Carlos Correa, because if they wanted to have a, you know, MVP caliber shortstop, they want to just hold on to trade runner. Yeah. Mariners, Mariners seem like they like Crawford, right? Yeah. They do, they do like Crawford, and I think that like in Crawford is fine..
"noah cinder" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"No question about that. And one big suggestion for any listener listening right now, look up Alex Cora's career because he was a hell of an infielder and I know Joey Cora was probably the more popular of the Korra brothers, but I will say Alex Cora, I went where you played for the Los Angeles Dodgers at one point. Alex core is responsible for the single greatest at bat I have ever watched my life. Let them fell, right? A lot of fouls, about a 21 pitch at bat that ended with a home run over the right field wall. It is the most incredible thing I've ever seen. And Alex core obviously arguably the best manager in Major League Baseball. Yeah, I would graduate. And you know what? Joey koros currently unemployed. He was let go as the pirates believe he's the third base coach with the pirates. And he is a terrific baseball mine too. I worked with him briefly at MLB network and what a smart guy Vanderbilt guy and ʻOumuamua tells me that Joey kor is actually a better strategist than Alex Korra. You know, I hope he gets an opportunity at some point to manage. And in terms of playing careers, I think Joey, Joey did have the better plane. I know that a bad made a big impression on you, but Joey Corey was a pretty good player. I mean, you know, I would say overall star. Yeah, he wasn't all star. 1997. Oh, wow, okay. Yeah, it was a pretty, pretty good player. And I remember Alex Rodriguez, whatever you think, him saying that Joey kora was a leader on those Mariners teams and really helped him a lot early in his career. So he's terrific, and I hope he gets a chance somewhere. I don't know. You know, you'd think his brother would be that would make sense, but maybe they don't like that nepotism thing. Sometimes like nepotism other teams don't. Yeah, I've seen it work and I've seen it not work in the exact same time. You don't want it to not work. Yeah, that adds a very, very interesting situation when it comes to Thanksgiving when you fire your brother at some point. And on top of that, I will tell you also Joey core is playing career. I was such a big, you know, it was the 90s. I grew up in the 90s and I was a huge Seattle Mariners fan like any kid that grew up in the 90s and Joey Cora was that leadoff man for that Seattle Mariners team. He also had the coolest batting stance in Major League Baseball. I used to mimic it all the time. Because that's what we did back then. It was a terrific player, a little fellow, smaller than Alex even and really really was a terrific two way player with a white socks. I believe, as well, wasn't he with a white sucks? I'm not sure. He coached with a white socks, I know. Again and really probably did all the work. At that point. Well, we'll edit it out. Well, let's get on to the other things that are taking place and this is actually a segment of the show. I'm gonna call peel back the curtain because we get a rundown every week from our great producer Dylan who does an incredible job with us. And Dylan is a mets fan. And I want to point out when I say peel back the curtain, it says right here, it's really cool to see the clippers. I mean angels making significant moves to address their needs. That is the most met's fan statement possible use so unhappy. Noah cinder guard is now a Los Angeles angel of Anaheim along with Aaron loop. Wow, I really loved the Aaron loop, pick up. Obviously, I like the syndergaard pickup as well for the angels, especially if you come back healthy. But Aaron loop has been arguably the best reliever in Major League Baseball for the past two seasons. Oh, I mean, he was almost unhittable this past year. I think left handed batters got like one or two RBIs against him or one or two extra base hits. Hit like 95 against them this year. 95 year a 0.95 year old this year. Incredible. And the angels really had struggled in that area. So that will be a big help for them. That's huge. And it's a lot of money 17 million. The mets weren't anywhere near that. They were not going to go anywhere close to that. So he did have a lot of interest, but that was the most interest and you know, the angels, I think their strategy is to go short term, high dollar per year and obviously they do that with synagogue. I was one of those who was surprised that he was able to turn down the qualifying offer and get more money. I was wrong there. Give it up to Noah for doing that. He threw two innings over the last two years. And he got $21 million at him. He got 1110 $.5 million an inning, which I think is more than even Verlander gun. I don't know Verlander got 50 million after throwing 6 innings over the last two years. So that's only 8.3, I believe something like that million parading. It's a great, it's a great time to be a talented pitcher and no one synagogue certainly is that. I'm in the upside is there. The moxie is there. I get it. It could work out big, but you know, it's a gamble for somebody with only through two innings with no breaking balls last year, but I'm rooting for Noah. I don't know if you notice you follow my Twitter, but no and I have become fast friends on Twitter. He does great tweet. I think he's the best tweeter among active ball players. Very entertaining fellow. And when I said that I was surprised he got the qualifying offer and expected him to take it. He had a funny tweet with that. And then, you know, obviously, disagreed with me. He was right. I was wrong. And, you know, it went from there with the comments with Mike Francis. So we won't get into the whole thing. But the last tweet from synagogue was that I'm his new bestie, basically. So I really appreciated that and he's got like 1.2 million followers. Then I'll tell you how good a tweeter is. I mean, he's basically hasn't pitched in two years. But he's got a lot to say he's very entertaining. Well, and he's also got that wonderful book club and everybody's got to join Noah's synta cards book club. First things first. But I'm gonna agree with you, John on one thing that you said, especially, I actually really like this move from the angels. I like these short term deals, a little bit of high value. I know they're spending a lot for the years, the AAVs, but this is a team that did draft 20 pitchers last year in 20 rounds, 20 full on pitchers. I think this is a team that's looking to spend some money short term on arms and hopefully develop these arms to the point where they can be a self sustainable organization because they just haven't been for the past 15 years..
"noah cinder" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Com. Sarah, how are you doing? What do you got planned for Thanksgiving? I'm going to see the parents and watch a lot of football, excited for that, you know, I've been watching more football here, obviously, over these last three weeks or so, getting back into it, remembering how everything works with baseball over so that will continue on Thanksgiving Day for sure. All right, so before we play the numbers game, give me a deal that's happened so far in this off season that you really like in terms of the player or the match for the team or the value of the deal, you can take it any way you want. I think it's got to be the Eduardo Rodriguez deal. I mean, I remember you when he pitched on some baseball towards the end of the year. You talking about that graphic, I love so much with the comparison of his expected ERA and actual ERA in the 2021 season. He had a three 50 expected ERA to go along with that four 74 ERA and the point there is that he pitched a lot better than he ended up sort of getting credit for. And the defense behind him may have led him down whatever else, but the quality of contact that he allowed was far better than the results showed. And I think that just shows what we all sort of expect out of him and have seen in his career that there's a lot of potential there. So I love what the tigers are doing. It's really fun to see a team that hasn't been competitive in a few years here making a handful of different signings and trades and I really like that one for them. You know, that's going to be an interesting test of the field versus analytics because I think you and I are an agreement that the analytics show that you can make a case that he's one of the 15 or 20 best pictures in baseball from 2021. But you and I also have enormous respect for Alex Cora, the manager of the Red Sox. We talked about what a great feeling has for players. And I don't know how much, you know, he input he had directly, but between he and the coaching staff and the front office, they didn't really try to compete with him, which kind of tells me something about sort of what they feel about paying him like an ace might be. Definitely, it's interesting. I mean, I think that for me, what happened with him, especially in 2021, really comes down to that defense behind him. And we know that the Red Sox did not have a great defense, not that the tigers defense was particularly spectacular in 2021, but let's Tucker barnhart and everybody else. They seem to be building towards being a more competitive team. So I do think that it's almost those elements that were beyond his control, but it is interesting because as you're saying, the Red Sox know better than anybody. And the fact that they weren't out there making this kind of offer means that maybe they have a different understanding of the same numbers that you and I are looking at and have a different sort of projection of him moving forward. You know, it would be fun just to almost like a science experiment if in fact the answer is one of the tigers wind up landing Carlos Correa. And then the tigers also traded for mat Chapman. How different he would be with that left side of the infield versus what he had with the Red Sox. But anyway, I'm yeah. Let's play the numbers game. Number three so number three is 5. So yesterday, the comeback player of the years were announced in both leaf we had three Mancini in the American League and Buster Posey, who is now retired and the national league. So I was really curious about how many guys have one comeback player of the year in the year that they retired. So whether it happened before or after the awards announcement, you know, we won't get into those specifics. But one in their final year of the career. So the MLB award has existed since 2005, but prior to that, there's also the sporting news award, which began in 1965. So if we look at sporting news from 65 to four MLB from 2005 until the present bus or posey, Mariano Rivera in 2013, Darren Dalton in 1997, John Tudor in 1990 and Lou Brock in 1979, or your 5 players retire after winning comeback player of the year. So pretty fun award to be winning on your way out. And there were so many great jokes on Twitter last night of it being come back player with a space between coming back as in, please come back Buster Posey, which was also very funny to say. Number two number two is 100. So I know this deal was last week, but Noah syndergaard heading over to the angels leads to a really fun note with him and Shohei Ohtani. I mean, Shohei Ohtani is in a class of his own as a pitcher who hits we know that unanimous MVP everything else. But before shohei Otani before we were lucky enough to get to witness what he did, Noah cinder, art was one of these guys in the more Madison Bumgarner category of pitchers who hit who aren't also unanimous MVPs with the bat and Noah syndergaard and shohei Otani are the only pitchers under sakas tracking to throw a hundred mile an hour fastball and hit a home run with a hundred plus mile in our exit velocity in the same game. So just to really fun comparison there, I know that cinder Ed's not exactly going to get a chance to do that in an angel's uniform, but I wonder what the dugout conversations might be about hitting tips 'cause we know those pitchers love to talk about it, even if he's now in the American League because there will be a DH. Number one. Number one is two. So again, I know we had awards, but I still have these awards on my mind. And I think this is one of the coolest notes and Vladimir guru, junior had such an amazing season. No question, than unanimous MVP I completely agree with that. But, you know, I want to make sure that vlog gets his due for the season he had. And I just thought this was such an incredible thing. So he finished second for lmb. His father, of course, one AL MVP in 2004. They're the first father son duo to both finish top two in their careers for any bbw player award. So MVP Siam rookie there we can mix and match doesn't matter doesn't have to be the same award. They are the first father son duo to both finish top to at some point in their careers for one of those awards. And I think that's really important because we talk about father some things all the time. And there are a lot of fun father son duos in baseball history, but this is the first one where it feels like we have a potential for the youngster to also end up Hall of Famer and his father, of course, already was. So, you know, we talk about others as Barry and Bobby bonzer, the Griff he's the fielders, but nobody is really done what the guerreros have now already done. Before I ask you about Stephen Matt, who, according to Jill Sherman, is likely to get a deal before we get to the December 1st deadline with the expiration of the collective Barney agreement. As you were talking about training Mancini, I was thinking about this. He's going to be a fascinating and I'm not looking for your response on this. This is just me riffing. He's going to be an interesting test as well on just how bloodless the Orioles tanking is. Because he's scheduled to make through arbitration, 7.2 million. He's a first baseman. Jesse Rogers and I were just talking about how the first base market is one that during the winter time they dropped. You know, we've seen home run champs who were first baseman non tendered. Trey Mancini's owed $7.2 million..
"noah cinder" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show
"Doink. I don't know how his team doink without doink the clown. Well. Try to see if that makes it both guy wrong. Hold on, first of all, the Ascension, The Miz started us and bodalla was a team called cosmic Ascension or something like that. Ascension was the team was stardust in the Ascension. So they had their home. They're $1. That's when Cody Rhodes was like, get the fuck out of here. Yeah, when The Rock debuted, he was a sole survivor of this team with Jake Roberts, Mark murrow, the stalker, the stock who was buried when to repackage for the tenth time. Oh my God. And The Rock. All right. Yokozuna go does Vader and Jimmy snuka never existed. I just do that together. But they all existed during that time. Okay. Okay. Here is the team doing. Oh my God. God. And that's been on a mission. Oh, dear lord, oh, they're in masks. They're not face painted, right? What? That's face paint. Into the mask is around it. That's awesome looking for why, I need context. You can't get me. What survivor sees? We might have to recap this survival. Just this match. Yeah. Look. Oh, they were up against bam bam Bigelow at his team. So they lost I assume. They swept the other team. The power of clown power. And just like, never mind. We already watched raw and SmackDown this week. Come on. Bastard booger, and then the old Usos, the head stringers. Oh wow. That's the four doinks. No, I'm sorry. That was a different one. That was a doink, actually. There were four different doinks, but doink was a part of that one. Anyway, God. Good. All right, fan questions. All right. Jake baker, push fire, Barry, watching raw live, Hulu 90 minute version. Skipping it all together and listening to what's wrong with wrestling, well that's easy. Push that, of course. Fire watching life of course. And Barry 90 minutes. That was too easy. Steven Coachella ski. What is the one change you would make to AW roster to the AW roster to make the product better? Jason dearen says Kevin Steen, that's not bad. Bottom right? Bottom right? We're going to find out. In February. Make kodiak heel. Right? I'm here with mania being in Texas. Is there a chance to take your shows up, choke slam someone without taking off his coat, pinning them and leaving? Of course. Probably. I wouldn't say pinning him, but he could come out and choke. He did that the styles in Saudi mania. Yeah. Mike Kay, WrestleMania dream matches, push fire Barry. Jim cornette versus Vince Russo in three stages of hell, tuxedo match street fight, buried alive match. That's one choice. Okay. Triple H, 2006 mustache versus Kenny Omega mustache. Is it just their mustaches? Right. Was it them with that facial hair? All right. And then I for an eye Vader versus Rey Mysterio. Wow. I would do it in reverse order, fire, Barry, and push. Did Vader have one eye? Well, I think, obviously, yeah, yeah, yeah, remember the eye popped out thing. Vader's eye popped out in a match. No. Yes, I don't remember that. His eye like for real? Yes. Like for real for real. Yeah, yeah, his eyes. I would pop out all the time. WWE. Like he would have to push it back in. Yeah, there's God. I don't know if there's this video of it. Yeah, yeah, look. It's just like, well, that's like, when it got hit, Jesus. Oh, and then look, he made fun of it when he got into the Hall of Fame. I would push cornett and Russo. So gross. I would totally push towards two non wrestlers. Yeah. Oh yeah. In a real mat, a real fight. Coronet's leg, I hope Vince Russo dies before me so I can piss on his fucking breath. Yeah. They hate each other. Sure. Send omega Triple H and then Vader Mysterio. Zaheen ramen, you said you'd stop reviewing NXT if Braun breaker wins the NXT title. What is it gonna take to stop reviewing raw? Wow, this is the podcast unfortunately. Braun breaker winning the title. I was weighing us winning the lotto. It would take Hollywood hogwash getting a 100,000 downloads for episode. There you go. There's an answer. And that's Chris Chubb, who is on your Mount Rushmore of wrestlers who never won the main one, and then Cooper the super duper pooper scooper told him to check out the wrestlers who never won the big one bracket, and that's correct. It's on there. Yeah, it's on there. I guess we won't give it away since it's a pay per view, correct. Roll up connoisseur, worst pie face, babyface match endings, being distracted by music, almost running into a female, but stopping or heal manager distraction by yelling from the apron. The worst ones, which is the worst. I think the worse is the music playing. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know, but that's like if music kitchen be like, what was that? But like, I don't know. At least the females like I don't want to hurt you, and then the heel man. But it's like, okay, someone's coming down there, but if they hit me, I win. Right. So true. Fair enough. Jason deering was von Wagner trained by Batista. He's got that drax invisibility trick worked out. Oh, yeah. Steady next to Adam Pearce and Sonya DeVille for that whole segment and they never acknowledged him or even looked at him. Yeah. Where are you? He's standing, so still. Chris dibbern, my hometown angels just got Noah cinder guard. Is that true? Wait, what? Yeah. I didn't even really. Is he actually made of glass like tegan Nox or can we count on him for 30 plus starts? Well, I guess we don't have to I guess we don't have to worry about him not playing anymore. SportsCenter said that he's accepting an offer. I don't know if it's official if anyone knew. I didn't realize the pre agency would start already. I guess they didn't care to keep them. Stone cold savage, you know how edge makes Randy Orton a better wrestler slash storyteller? Why the fuck can't Randy Orton do that for other wrestlers? I can't watch this shit. Well, Randy Orton, it's like when he's on, he's fucking on when he's not terrible. Yeah. Chris not cold with the way WWE is releasing talent. Are they going to have enough people for the rumble? I think they're getting close. Yeah. Getting pretty close. Almost can't wait for that 24 man rumble. Yeah. I shanky. Push fire, watch, while baked, Barry. So push fire watch, Barry, 90 minute concert edition. So heath slater. Jillian hall, ice ice shanky Robert stone singing WWE theme song. Pass. That's very complicated. That's really complicated. Simplify. Your question, please. Max moons over my slam, I don't know slammy. Over my hammy. So Adam Pearce's backstage holding his phone like he forgot to take the hanger out of his suit jacket and ray comes up to him, pierce says you're frustrated. I could see it on your face. Raise mass covers 93%. 93. I like that. Very excited. Right. Cooper, gender and shanky, what the fuck? Who the fuck writes this shit? Then they lock hands, tap each other's heels like grade three schoolgirls doing some bullshit patty cake, what the fuck is this shit? Seems to be a running theme this week. Yeah. Victor Castillo, do you believe that the women's division has lost most of the momentum since the women's revolution began? If so, what moment do you think was the beginning of its downfall? Probably bringing Eva Marie back. Yeah. Letting the Bellas claim responsibility for it. Yeah. Exactly. There you go. That's all for fan questions. So it is time for Survivor Series. Predictions. Predictions. You got 6 matches. Please don't add anymore. Please, this is great. We'll probably add some battle royal for the pre show, but at The Miz will win again. He'll come back. All right, women's Survivor Series match, team raw versus team SmackDown. Okay. Who do you got?.
"noah cinder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Morning Right now let's head down to Washington D.C. Okay roll the national news with Nathan Hager Nathan Paul the jury has begun deliberations in the trial of Kyle rittenhouse the 18 year old who killed two men with an assault rifle and a chaotic plant like Black Lives Matter rally last year in Kenosha Wisconsin Rittenhouse is facing charges ranging from reckless endangerment to intentional homicide and could face life in prison without parole if convicted The Kenosha shootings following the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis have turned into a talking point for conservatives who claim rittenhouse as a hero and progressives who see him as a reckless vigilante Now that President Biden has signed bipartisan infrastructure into law He's hitting the road to sell it to voters Bloomberg's Joe Matthew reports the president will start at an 80 year old bridge and Woodstock New Hampshire It's not a coincidence that he's going there This bridge was red listed almost a decade ago and the president's been using these events to kind of promote what was already passed and what he signed into law yesterday the big signing ceremony and infrastructure Bloomberg's Joe Matthew reports The president could face a tougher fight on his roughly $2 trillion tax and spending plan house moderates are waiting for an official score on its cost Majority leader steady Hoyer still aiming for a vote by Thursday Russia is denying that it put the International Space Station at risk when it blasted one of its own satellites out of orbit yesterday State Department says the ground based missile launch generated more than 1500 pieces of debris 5 astronauts and two cosmonauts were told to shelter in their vehicles as the space station moved through the debris field and ESPN is reporting one time met says Noah cinder guard has agreed to a one year $21 million deal.
"noah cinder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Okay. Very good. We got a couple of calls on whole. We'll give them a second or two here. And then we're going to go over some items that are in the Huggins and Scott auction bidding ends may nine. So some of the things are really moving along here, for instance. Okay. We were talking about pitchers in and the game that I was going to just really do. A dig on starting pitchers. Then Kyle Hendricks comes up with Eighty-one pitched shutout in our won t crown fantasy league. The same guy has Noah cinder. Guard in Kyle Hendricks back to back. Shutouts? What are the? I bet there were if there were ads on that that that would happen in a fantasy in in one guy in a fantasy league. I think there were only what maybe twelve complete games the whole year last yet and still hitting the goal post. Sure. More than once without a doubt. But anyway, what got me talking about that there? A Gaylord Perry game war nineteen Seventy-eight Padres jersey from his Cy Young year, nineteen seventy eight Gaylord Perry turned twentieth or twenty forty that year, and he still won the Cy Young award. Twenty one wins six losses. Only had five complete games. Only at that time. He had two years. We had twenty nine complete games. How the rest that? The bullpens got at that time. So anyway that that game worn jersey is in the Huggins. And Scott action. It's at thirteen hundred dollars right now that was kind of weird looking Padres jersey from the late seventies eighties and retro looks kinda cool. But I wouldn't wanna see them bring it back. No, that's like those white socks with the shorts those jerseys in the late seventy. Gamble. My wife, and I went to spring training. When asked her gamble had left the White Sox. And I think he was on the Yankees and spring. We went to a spring training game. We were in Florida on vacation, and it was like going to a pony league game. Now, you know, there were these rickety old blazers there was a handful of people there. Ask her gamble comes up. Your cell say hip band? Yell it out. So he'd bats is done after he's done. He comes up and sits next to go from Chicago. I mean. It's like going to the stadiums. Or so I always liked him. After that. Yeah. Yeah. In asker gamble. That was an exciting year. Anyway. One of the guys without a doubt Jim from Beverly is on the line. Welcome to the show. How are you? Good. What's new everything? Everything's groovy. My land just seventy four. Get spare every year. Thank you, get a free pack. Triple crown on your birthday, everybody does triple crown in Naperville. Thank you. Yes. What's up? What do you have? Year in years ago convenience store, and when when Michael I started marketing aid, we had store life life size store display. Posters of cardboard posters of Michael. And we had become friends with one of his bodyguards, so coincidentally on my wife's birthday Michael signed it for her. And I was just wondering if there was any value? So this was signed back in the eighties. And it's one of those life-size cardboard cut things as he in a bulls uniform or what's he doing in the? In uniform, holding of course. Yeah. That's pretty cool. I what do you think? Bill Huggins that would be a tough one to ship around for you. But let's say you had that in an auction. What do you think that might go for? Gosh. I mean, I. That it is. And it could be it is. Yeah. Well, that's the side. Yeah. But gosh, a neat thing. Like that. It depends on the signature the signature period. Eighty that would be a lot better than if it was signed in the two thousands or later. Yeah. It may have been as late as the early nineties at the latest. Yeah. The latest. I would think that have a chance of breaking Grandoni think. Yeah. I was gonna say thousand plus one. You know, very. Decided to part with it. Yeah. That she talked with it before me. I have a couple of other items from we had this relationship with one of his days in. And there's a couple of interesting pieces. I don't even know there was a. A maybe a wizards ball he signed, okay? His star number one on one card yet. Jim. Jim that's cool stuff. If I was interested in in party with it. Bring you could probably bring the maybe call me a triple crown Naperville, six three. Oh, three five seven seven seven seven. And we can talk about it could maybe ship it in the the key would be if I could get that that stand up thing. It sounds like you might have a lot of Michael stuff that we could send in that would probably be good anytime you can group things together. That's usually a pretty good chance of doing something that we have the specific boxes for that for really any size. So that moved if needed. Well, the problem with that might be an FedEx ships that stuff to to Bill Huggins. Absolutely. We sent the painting there couple years ago. Okay. So even a bigger one was pretty reasonable. Well, very good. We have another caller here. I love this. Less from carpenter's villas online. What do you have? They're less. My ticket stub from.