12 Burst results for "Noah Cinder"
"noah cinder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"So really, like comparing Tyler Anderson to similar players and the deals they got and then comparing hunter Renfro to what outfielders were going for or even like Carlos estevez, right? A lot of people are quite high on and think he'll be better outside of Colorado and they seem to get him at quite a reasonable rate too. So the angels, they just did a lot of good work and also there's a lot of humor potential in the hunter refrigerator. Oh, we forgot the transaction that will result in the most direct on roster resemblance, which is the Rogers is. Oh yeah, of course. Being in the same bullpen, Ben, we've been remiss. Yes, we have good point of glad you mentioned that. Yeah, that has a ton of fun potential too. Ton of fun potential. Can't wait. I liked the other Contreras brother transaction to the cardinal signing Wilson Contreras to a 5 year deal, which seemed like roughly the kind of contract that he should command, but I just, I like that they just went for it like melina retires. How do you replace Yadier Molina? I mean, you don't really the hearts of Cardinals fans, but on the field you can at least late career Molina. And they went with a different kind of guy. I mean, Contreras, he has his defensive skills, certainly. But he is not a defense first catcher. He's just one of the better hitting catchers in baseball, which Molina has never been or has rarely been. That wasn't really his skill set, but they went out and got a marquee guy, like maybe the best free agent catcher, at least available, and that's good because it's extremely tough act to follow and not that contributor is going to immediately make people forget out of your Molina, but I think relative to the diminished version of Yadier Molina who was still a sentimental favorite and maybe brought some intangibles and all of that. But in terms of the offense, at least in the value we can quantify, was not the best late in his career. It's a might be a pleasant surprise in some ways to shock to the system to have anyone butt Marina back there, but to have it be contrived and have him be raked in national back there that should be pretty fun. And you get to deprive a direct division rival of his services too, right? And take him away from the cops. I think sort of sweet and that deal. Plus if we do get robo ups at some point during the life of that contract, then perhaps he looks even better at that point. So I thought that was a smart signing. Yeah, I like that one a lot too. That's a good one. And lastly, I thought that the Noah cinder guard. Sign it. Had a lot to recommend it 'cause that was a one year, I think, $13 million deal with the Dodgers, and again, like, look at the comps for noise and guards. Like, even coming off of Tommy John surgery and not pitching a ton of innings and having diminished stuff. He was still a pretty productive starter. I mean, he was still like at least a league average starter. And like compare his stats to say jamison tie on stats slash. Were they that different? No, not really. And yet he got a one year deal center card did and Michael renzan didn't get much less from the tigers than cinder guard cut from the Dodgers. And center guard like even if he doesn't regain his old self and his old stuff, like if he just kept pitching like he did last year, I feel like that would be a real steal for Los Angeles. And they really needed a starter, arguably they still do, but having leave in Anderson leave like they really needed someone and they brought back Clayton Kershaw, but everyone in that rotation has some health and or effectiveness question marks associated with them. So they needed kindergarten and he seemed to evolve when he was with the Phillies. He was pitching better at least peripherally and he made some changes to his pitch mix and started throwing his sinker more in his slider and it seemed like, okay, this is a good path forward for him. So now the Dodgers get to enjoy that. If he persists in that course, but really like relative to some of the other deals that mid rotation type guys got this winter long-term deals, I thought that was a pretty effective one from the Dodgers perspective and syndergaard wanted to be a Dodger again. This is like the Dodgers development advantage, right? Like they can get good deals on guys like this because there's this track record of them making players better. So cinder guard said as much when he signed, he was like, I feel like everything that they touch turns to gold who said what they did with he last year and Tyler Anderson, I definitely want to be in that category. So he's looking at that lineage and saying, hey, the Dodgers can make me better. So yeah, I'll sign a one year deal with them, you know? Like, would he have signed that same deal with another organization? Probably not, probably not every other organization, but he's thinking they'll make me better and then I can cash in next winter. So you sort of see that paying dividends for the Dodgers, not only are they able to sometimes spin straw into gold when it comes to players who don't have high expectations, but then they can also get themselves some steals on the free agent market because players want
"noah cinder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"They understand they're playing a game and the results don't really matter. They're a baseball club when you look at it that way, maybe they're the best run team in the league. Everyone else is unhappy most of the time. And maybe that would support the idea of, hey, Joan T, we like jonesy, everyone likes jonesy. Let's promote jonesy. I mean, that does seem to be a big factor in their decision making, which again, like loyalty to your people, can be a good thing at times, and maybe this is too cutthroat in competitive a business. Maybe we should all be a bit more laid back like the rockies and just try to have fun out there. Joe wrote, I don't know if I completely buy into this, but the idea 1° removed that the rockies simply value some things more than winning games makes sense to me. I can make a similar argument about the royals. I don't think it is an appropriate way to run a baseball team, but as a thesis for why the rockies do the things they do, it makes more sense than trying to explain them, using, you know, baseball analysis. I get the instinct to look to this. And I think that I wouldn't be surprised if there were other stated organizational principles and goals besides winning. But like, here's the thing. When Chris Bryant was pitched on being a rocky. A lot of it was the money, but I bet they told him we think you can help us win a World Series here. Right. You know, like I understand, but I think that sometimes and because we are so enamored with win Z ourselves. Maybe we are sometimes guilty of this. So I know I'm the pot calling the kettle black here, but like I think Connor Joe wants a World Series ring, right? Like I think Charlie Blackmon wants a World Series ring. I'm just picking guys. I'm like, hey, look at all of the rockies players I know, you know? Right. To Nelson lumet wants the World Series. Right, I think they, you know, I think Herman Marquez wants a World Series ring. So I think it is good to remind highly competitive people that there are a lot of things in life that are worthwhile beyond simply winning. But also, I think most baseball players, at least most professional baseball players and certainly most major leaguers are highly competitive people to the point that they could all be encouraged to chill out a little bit. I just don't know that the rockies have optimized the way to do that. And I think that losing relentlessly and getting made fun of on podcasts, I don't think that people enjoy that, you know. I think that they are like, hey, that feels bad. So, you know, there's a balance to be struck here. Like you want to, you want to feel like you have a rudder. You know? Yeah, right. And when rocky's ownership makes public comments about their competitive prospects, they don't say eh, you know? Yeah. We know we're not going to win, but we're all having a great time. Yeah, you wouldn't sub you lose some. Yeah, we're not saying that. They're saying other stuff, which is part of the problem. We will win, we think we are good. Right. Yeah. Joe points out in that newsletter that rocky's batters have the second highest ground ball rate of any team just slightly behind the cubs, which seems not ideal in course field. Now the pitching staff does get some grounders, but you'd think you would maybe want some hitters who hit the ball in the air in course field. So maybe that can be an action item on the new R&D directors to do list, but hopefully we'll leave the rockies alone for a little while. If you're still with us, but I'm sure many of you are just as aggrieved frankly. So you don't mind commiserating. This is cathartic for you. I hope. I really can't say enough nice things about how pretty that ballpark is. And at some point, I imagine you will actually get to enjoy watching Chris Bryant play baseball. Oh wait, I ended on a bad day. It's a beautiful ballpark, and I feel like when I have been there and sort of normal competitive settings, right? So like not during the futures game or what have you. They do a good job of having a bunch of different price points there so you can take your family to Iraqis game and get like a hot dog and a soda and not bankrupt yourself. So, you know, they do do some things right. Yeah. A lot of those just don't happen to be baseball at this particular moment, but remember when the rockies were really good for a little while, that was wild. It was fun. Yeah. Yeah, and it wasn't that long ago. No. You know? And rocky's fans, they support that team. I mean, I guess arguably if they all just had a mess exodus from the ballpark when the Iraqis were losing, perhaps they would put even more pressure on the rockies to get good, but you could say I'm in their some fan bases that, you know, they're fair-weather fans, I guess you could say, but understandably so, when, you know, like Oakland, right? I mean, when they're not putting a competitive product on the field and they're doing everything they can to alienate the fans, the fans don't show up. Understandably. Why should they? Rocky's fence? Maybe because it's just that the ballpark is so nice. The attendance is pretty decent even when the team is not. Yeah. Well, and it's like right there in downtown Denver. So, you know, that helps you get some spillover on your guests, but yeah, you know, I don't know. We don't want to make anyone feel bad. We hope everybody has a baseball team that puts a good product on the field because that can be very fun. We hope everyone gets to enjoy that someday. All right, looks to me. We could pass layers just ran the numbers for me. Lucas from baseball perspective using the pitch info tags. Looks like the only faster sliders they have on record than to grums 95.6, according to pitch info in that Sunday game, they have coded Glover throwing some faster ones, Manuel classe, Matt bush, just traded to the brewers. Noah's cinder guard. They are the only pitchers who have been clocked in the pitch tracking era with faster sliders.
"noah cinder" Discussed on WTOP
"To rob woodfork. All right, the nationals and Phillies underway in the city of brotherly love and a good start for the visitors, Victor robles with the leadoff double off Noah's cinder guard making his Phillies debut and then another man making his debut for his team. Luke Voight in his first at bat as a gnat, drove in robles with a bloop single, so the nationals up one, nothing now top of the first inning and still only one out at the city opened the third round match between Frances tiafoe and Dutch challenger Baltic van der Schultz that remains suspended and did you know we have our first taste of NFL football tonight. The Hall of Fame game in canton Ohio kicks off at the top of the hour the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Las Vegas Raiders doing battle in a battling teams with new coaches. It's year three for Ron Rivera in Washington. He's looking forward to taking his commanders training camp practices to FedEx field this weekend. I'm excited because from what I understand what we should have a pretty good turnout of fans there. And it'll be good for our guys. It'll ramp some things up. We're gonna do some live periods and try and get some of that excitement going for our players. I mean, we want to be able to make some contact. We want to be able to get these guys prepared to tackle going into the first pre season game. As they took it a bit easier today, removing the pads, they practiced in the bubble today, read more on WTO dot com. Rob woodfork sports. Top stories we're following for you tonight on WTO. We have a new severe thunderstorm warning for parts of Anna rundle, Calvert, prince George's and Charles counties in southern Maryland until 8 tonight at 7 15, a severe thunderstorm was located near marlton or near Clinton moving northeast at 15 miles an hour checking radar. We do have the storms ranging from about the Waldorf area, Charles county up through D.C. and places like buoy and even further north into the Baltimore area. And the D.C. library officer is dead tonight after a shooting this afternoon during a training exercise inside the anacostia neighborhood library. Police chief Robert Conti says the shot was fired by a retired officer who was conducting the train. 7 18, traffic and weather on the 8s, let's go to bob imler in the traffic center. How Springfield outer loop of the beltway very slow from the Springfield interchange to a point before Eisenhower avenue there was a tree down blocking the right lane there and that is still being worked on or at least it's still there, not even sure if it's being worked on yet, but delays are pretty extensive from the Springfield interchange. Once you get beyond that, you're good to go getting to the Wilson bridge. Three 95 and 95 each running well, same with 66 and northbound three 95 slows a bit over the 14th street bridge into town, which is also putting pressure southbound on the GW Parkway getting onto the ramp to go north on three 95 and prince George's county where The Rain is falling there in arundel county, slower than you might expect because of The Rain, but it should be a little slower in The Rain, of course. And southbound Baltimore, Washington, Parkway, near one 75, believe that tree is out of the roadway down speeds are starting to pick up. 95 is running well and so is G 70 in both directions and that crash it was on the outer loop after river road. That's been on the shoulder for a while. Bob Italy GLP traffic, storm team four's Steve prinze valley back with us, new thunderstorm warnings to tell us about what's going on, Steve. That's right. Well, that threat has shifted to the north and east Dmitri and Michelle. It's impacting our friends in northeastern prince George's county and central and arundel county, severe thunderstorm warning until 8 p.m.. So another O 41 minutes
"noah cinder" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"From around the world to a round the block. This is a WABC evening news breeze. 88° partly sunny at 7 o'clock at evening on bob Brown. The latest poll shows democratic governor Kathy hochul with a substantial lead over Republican lead Zelda and the governor's race ahead of the November 8th election, the Siena college poll showing hulka with a 14 point lead over the Long Island congressman when asked who voters would select today 53% said they'd vote for hochul, 39% say they would vote for Zelda. Hulk was doing well among women, 59% of women favoring hoku, only 33% favoring Zelda. Is it possible former president Trump buried former wife Ivana at his bedminster New Jersey golf club for tax purposes? Insider dot com reporting the location of Ivana Trump's grave near the first hole of the Trump national golf club may have tax benefits for the former president under New Jersey state code, any land that is dedicated to cemetery purposes is exempt from all taxes, rates, and assessments similar to companies are also specifically exempt from paying any real estate taxes rates and assessments or personal property taxes on their lands as well as business taxes, sales taxes, income taxes, and inheritance taxes. U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi arriving in Taiwan. She's the highest ranking American official in 25 years to visit the self ruled island claimed by China, which quickly announced it would conduct military maneuvers in retaliation for her presence. The Justice Department filing a lawsuit challenging Idaho was restrictive abortion law, arguing it conflicts with the federal law requiring doctors to provide pregnant women medically necessary treatment, which could include borisov that's the first major action by the Justice Department challenging his state trigger loss since the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade in June. Well, how many times have you sat in your car on the west side highway going nowhere? Well, now Manhattan borough president marked the being once to replace a southbound traffic lane on the highway with the four mile long bike lane. It would start at 57th street and run to chamber street, helping to reduce congestion on the heavily used Hudson River greenway bike path used by thousands of cyclists, the mayor along with state and local officials would need to sign off on the project. New York State prison authorities lifting a ban on a book about the 1971 Attica uprising following a First Amendment lawsuit. President Biden's loose cough is back, according to his doctor Kevin O'Connor, Biden's facing a rebound case of COVID-19, but the president continues to feel well by and remains fever free, his temperature pulse and blood pressure remain normal. The president, though, must continue to isolate until at least Thursday as per CDC guidelines. And the president announcing in a speech last night, Al-Qaeda leader aman Al zahari was killed in the U.S. drone strike in Kabul, Biden says the operation delivered justice and wants this for the families of the victims of 9 11. Is my hope that this decisive actual bring one more measure of closure? No day shall erase them from the memory of time. Today at every day. The president approving the operation last week saying the attack was carried out on Saturday. I was a hiring and Osama bin Laden plotted the 9 11 attacks. The death toll in the zone of a huge Northern California wildfire rising to four. Meantime, the death toll in Kentucky, climbing to at least 37 from last week's massive flooding, Kentucky governor Andy beshear. There are hundreds of unaccounted for people minimum. And we just, we just don't have a firm grasp on that. I wish we did. There are a lot of reasons why it's nearly impossible. But I want to make sure that we're not we're not giving either false hope or faulty information. Thousands of people remain without power, many homes and businesses were destroyed or unfit for occupancy. JetBlue is still losing money despite a big increase in travel this summer or the New York based airline says it lost $188 million in the second quarter as higher prices caused its spending on fuel to nearly triple. The loss was wider than Wall Street was expecting JetBlue recently reaching an agreement to buy spirit airlines for about 3.8 billion the Dow today down 400 points. A suspect is in custody in connection to a woman who was attacked with a box cutter in Times Square Sunday, 30 year old Anthony Evans was arrested Monday in Manhattan. He was accused of criminal possession of a weapon. The Manson Yankees making moves before the trading deadline earlier today and Jacob de Grom on the mountain tonight in Washington here's 77 WBC's Kevin Perez. Well, bob, no more trades can be made in the MLB, but the locals made sure to get some in for the mets day bolstered their DH spot in the lineup as they got outfielder Darren ruff from the San Francisco Giants, the mets gave up three prospects in return along with infielder JD Davis. They also got relieved where Michael givens from the cubs for a minor league pitcher to Grom and the mets will go against Washington momentarily. And the bombers bid farewell, the Joey Gallo as he has been shipped off to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for a pitching prospect, gal has been struggling as a pinstripe hitting at one 59 batting average. They also traded Jordan Montgomery to the Saint Louis Cardinals for outfielder Harrison Bader the yanks got the Mariners from the stadium shortly as well for 77 WABC sports. I'm Kevin Perez. And this note just now coming in, Noah cinder at a former pitcher for the New York mets is returning to the division as he has been traded to the Philadelphia Phillies from the LA angels back to you bob. Back in the NL east, thanks, Kevin. Mark the event continues up next forecast of the Ramsey miles and weather center tonight partly cloudy low 72. Wednesday sunny hot high 88. 88, mostly sunny outside in the midtown studio, 77
"noah cinder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Him to do that, and maybe do that more regularly than he was able to do with the twins. So that's nice. The only other thing was Kurt Suzuki resigning with the angels. Sure. Minor move. Back up catcher move here, not really worth mentioning except for the fact that I am a prolific watcher of the angels and this means that I will have to see more Kurt Suzuki on my screen in 2022, not thrilled about that. And as someone who watches the angels all the time because of Otani and because of trout, hopefully, I am someone who wants to see a competitive team around them and potentially even for those guys to make the playoffs, that would be nice and so it's been sort of deflating to watch them not do anything as of these other teams were doing things. Now they weren't trading away any of their good players, so I guess you take what you can get. But they weren't really adding to their roster and they haven't added a whole lot to it this off season. They added Noah cinder guard who is promising and talented, but hardly the 150 or 200 inning guy that they have been lacking for so long they've been lacking a hundred in a guy in some seasons. So they don't have a ton more rotation certainty and to bring back Kurt Suzuki, that just seems like a lower imagination move or just like a low ceiling move sort of like he's 38 at this point. He seems pretty washed just watching him last year like he didn't hit and I know he had hit for a few seasons before that. He actually had sort of a late career offensive renaissance. But I don't know that I buy that that's still going to happen. Maybe he had some bad babbitt block last year, but he's not a hitter at this point his career, I don't think. And he is not a framer. He is reliably one of the worst framers, which I take personally sort of because he was often the personal catcher of Shohei Ohtani, the angels have a much better receiver in max Stassi and I hope that those two work together more often this year because I just want to see you have the best performance that he can and even if he vibes well with Suzuki on a personal level in some way. I think it would be helpful for him to work with Stassi Moore. So again, like it's a backup catcher move, it doesn't make all that much difference probably. But it just seems like a continuation of the angels like having enough to give you hope because as long as they have trout in ohtani and hopefully a healthy Rendon, they certainly have enough to contend in theory, but then not making the move. We're not making the right move that pushes them over the hump and you shouldn't have to do that much to get over the hump when you start with that duo or that trio. So I'm hoping they can defy recent history somehow, but I'm not super optimistic based on their recent activity. So if they signed cars Correa or Trevor story or someone at this point, they're still maybe moves that can be made, but they're running out of options to make a major difference. Yeah, I think that you're right that in a vacuum, this is like whatever. Who even cares? But within the sort of world where we would like to see a very competitive and robust angels team propel players that we like a lot to the postseason and spare you from having to watch really, very bad framing. Yeah. You know, this doesn't clear either of those bars. So that's how long I'll have to watch framing at all. So let me go out on a high note here. Right. Let me watch. Maybe this. Yeah, maybe this will turn you into a rope ozone joke. Maybe this will be what pushes you over the edge. But yes, it does seem like the window they have to really meaningfully improve the roster is rapidly closing if it hasn't already, and they don't exactly have any really terrific farm system depth to trade from to go secure, say, Louise Castillo, who is probably very available because of what the reds have done. So they just seem like the real tool they had to improve themselves, this off season was to spend, and that spending needed to come both at a greater volume and much earlier in the calendar for it to make a difference because, you know, they're not in they're not in the market for Carlos Correa, they don't really like, that's not the most pressing need, although shortstop isn't exactly like an area of strength. So I don't know, man, it's just sort of a bummer. You want there to be more for our very favorite, our very favorites and we're not maybe going to get it. Can I admit to something? Sure. It's not that I forgot that Anthony Rendon exists, but I may be forgotten. So yeah, like if Anthony Rendon is healthy, that could be pretty great, but one of the very best players in baseball, very recently. Yeah. Yeah. Gosh, it would be, I mean, it won't happen, but we have the angels as having the fourth worst projection for shortstop. They are worse off in that department than both the Orioles and the D backs, which isn't like a stack you want to be behind. So that would be sure cool if they swooped in at the last minute, but that's not going to happen. They're not going to do that. Are you ready? I didn't want to raise the CBT threshold at all. He's not spending money. Yeah. Doesn't want to pay minor leaguers either. So yeah. All right, well that's all I got. Apologies to everyone who's teams moves we did not discuss, but again, Meg in the fame graph staff have been very diligent in covering even the most minor of moves, so just go to fangraphs and look at the regent signing and trade tags and you can find a whole long Whitney of posts there. Cover every conceivable thing that has happened. And I, the managing editor of fan grass might even be preparing a big summary post that we will update as more signings come so that if you are flummoxed by the blog roll, you don't have to worry about that. But yeah. All of our writers have done a really tremendous job, as always, John Taylor has done a fantastic job helping to bear the editorial load. So it has been quite busy. We really appreciate everyone coming and hanging out with us at the site. It's nice to be able to chat with you all about things that aren't the CBT, even though. As you said, the CBT is the river that runs through every signing, but it is nice to get to contemplate what some of these teams are going to look like with fun free agents on their rosters who weren't there when various days began and I will probably remember most of them by July just in time for some of them to get traded. All right. Well, we will end this episode and start the production process. Hopefully before many more moves are made, although we will see..
"noah cinder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Broadcasters, midseason. They got rid of Darren Sutton, who had just joined their broadcast crew in I think it was maybe June or July sort of suddenly and abruptly without much of an explanation and I think he was sort of blindsided by it and I as someone who was listening and watching you a lot of angels games was surprised by it. But I don't know that that matters to all that many people and I don't think the broadcast took a huge hit after the fact that didn't mind his commentary, but didn't mind what happened after he left ether. It was just kind of unusual. But one thing that someone pointed out is that for the second full season in a row, the angels had only one pitcher who threw a hundred innings or more. And I remember talking about this in 2019 when it happened. I didn't talk about it this year, although we did, I think, touch on that one picture, a time or two this year. He came up as I recall, but did not really mention the fact that he was the lone pitcher on that staff to throw a hundred innings. It was only Otani. Obviously, no 100 innings in 2020, but to go to full straight seasons without more than one pitcher on your staff, throwing a hundred innings in 2019, it was Trevor Cahill. And there have been only three teams in history if you exclude 2020 and 19th century teams that had shorter schedules. Only three teams in history have done this have had only one pitcher on their staff with a hundred or more innings. It's the 2019 angels, the 2021 angels and the 2012 rockies. Who I think was that the year that they had the strict initiatives limits and maybe rotation or something. Generally, it's just hard for the rockies to have the pitching and to have pitchers throw a lot of innings at least up until very recently. So Jeff Francis did it for them that year. But three teams in history, one's in course and the others are both angels in the past couple of full seasons that they've had that's not great. I'm kind of surprised that the rangers didn't make that list. Because they have just been snakebit doesn't begin to describe some of the pitching was that they have had it from an injury perspective. So if any team was going to make that list, I'm kind of surprised that Texas managed to duck it, but yeah, it's hard because pictures just get hurt all the time. Like no one should do it. We joke about this all the time. Like pitching is bad for you. The fact that anyone does it is kind of wild. And I have sympathy for the fact that you can be trying very earnestly to assemble a rotation that is going to buoy Mike Trout and Otani into the postseason and just have bad luck from underperformance or injury, but it is sort of, it's really shocking. I think that maybe instead of revenue sharing, we should allow the angels to have an exception to any of the salary tax thresholds and also they should get to do an expansion draft for pitching. Because the sport's better if we get to see trout in Otani in October. And so I think that in the interest of the collective, the other 20 19s need to band together to give them just some arms that don't fall off, really. The rangers had 6 pitchers who managed triple digit initiatives totals this year. Who news? But I think this kind of thing like obviously innings totals are getting lower across the board and you're fighting the total innings across a greater number of pitchers. So it's less strange that this happened in 2021 than in any other era of baseball history. But it's still hard to do and it's hard to win if you are doing that, which is kind of why the angels and their moves this off season you can't count on Noah cinder card to snap the streak next year, like no. Hopefully he will, but he would not be at the top of the list of like, hey, I just want to get someone I can count on to throw a hundred innings next year. It would not be no asunder cart, right? So I think that's kind of why I was thinking, hey, they should probably go get some dependable as dependable as any pitcher can actually be in this day and age. Just get someone. You can pencil in as your second hundred plus in a picture. It would be nice. You know who they could really have used, and I don't know where they were in the waiver order relative to these things. But you know who they could have really used? With Miley. Yeah, sure. You know? He's fine. It's fine. He could have been a help to them. I don't know where they were relative to Chicago in the waiver order. But yeah, it's like they need some high end innings too, right? It's not just that they need an eggs. They need some of them to be good, but they also need some of them to just exist. Like in a more comfortable way. A way that doesn't involve the triple-A team quit so much because that didn't go well. Cycling through those guys seem to be not the best. And I hope redeemers is better next year, but do we know he will be? We do not. All right, next team up is the Blue Jays and the nomination here is in one of my favorite genres of stories that maybe we miss on the podcast sometimes it's.
"noah cinder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Host Meg rally of fan graphs who is on vacation traveling for the holidays. I'm not traveling until a little later this week and so I am with you today. Yesterday I started a podcast mini series of episodes devoted to conversations with baseball creators who do work mainly in a medium other than writing or podcasting, so on episode 1787 I talked to the baseball YouTuber Bailey Freeman of foolish baseball next time I'll talk to another surprise guest. But now it's time for the middle episode of this series, so let me introduce today's artist. I'm joined now by Greg krinkle, who is known as the painter of the national pastime, which I believe is a trademark term, but it's one he laid claim to with his work well before it was trademarked, Gregg, welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Ben, I appreciate it. Well, I'm looking forward to talking to you about your work, which is wonderful. Thank you. Briefly, before we get to that and maybe this will be related to that, but last week, in a fit of lockout induced desperation, I was browsing through some old emails that we received years ago. And I came across one that we actually answered way back on episode 1346. This was almost three years ago and Sam Miller and I talked about it then, and I don't remember what we said, so I might say something completely different now. And newly relevant, I think, because of something that's in the news that I'll mention in a moment. But I thought you'd be an interesting person to ask about this because so much of your work is concerned with history and memory and representation of things gone by. So this question was asked by a listener named Andrew, who said it was announced recently recently then not recently now that new blue Jay Freddie galvis would be changing his uniform number in tribute to Jose Batista once he discovered that the number he had been assigned 19 was once Batista's, Jose Batista, a subject of your hip hop. Meanwhile, new Tiger Josh Harrison recently decided to wear number one in tribute to Lou Whitaker, which do you think is a more fitting tribute to deliberately wear someone's number or to deliberately not wear it? And this was on my mind this week because this came up with the angels who recently signed Noah cinder card and syndergaard who's a Texas native has been wearing 34 for his whole career in honor of Nolan Ryan and 34 was Nick ain't hearts number with the angels, the great young pitcher and prospect who tragically was killed at 22 and no one with the angels has worn the number 34 since. And so centaur evidently considered or was open to changing the number, but the angels and Aidan hearts family approved of him bringing it back into circulation. And so there's been a bit of a conversation about that and the best way to honor someone like Aidan hart. So do you have any thoughts on the subject, whether specific to the angels or just in general? Oh, man. I mean, that is such a such an interesting question. The thing is, I think, in my head, if somebody is not wearing a player's number, you know, if synagogue does not necessarily want to wear Aidan hearts number you know, I take that as this sign of reverence, you know? Which I guess, if you decide to wear someone's number in honor of them, it's also in reverence or at least appreciation. It's really hard to kind of pick which one is more of a tribute. I mean, obviously I guess in this case, you know, the fact that that ain't hearts family is given their blessings that adds a bit to the story. And I think it would kind of, I don't know, maybe it helps synagogue's decision, but oh man, it's hard, you know? Like with the stuff that I do, the paintings that I do, the numbers are kind of just. It's like the numbers are just kind of a byproduct of where you are in the batting rotation. It's like back then, that stuff wasn't really thought of in this way. Yeah. So yeah, I wish I could offer a black and white answer, but I don't know. I kind of feel like choosing to not wear something in somebody's honor is maybe a bit more of a tribute. That's kind of where that's kind of where my heart goes. Like, it's more, I don't know. Yeah, I think that it kind of depends on the motivation, maybe. And either can be okay if it is done with the right frame of mind. I mean, if you're coming in and saying, this guy wasn't worthy of the number. And so I'm going to wear it now because I deserve it more screw that guy than obviously that is not a tribute to that player. But if you're saying, well, I want to bring him back into the public memory and keep his memory active and alive, then I understand it. And that's sort of what Aidan hertz stepfather said in this article that Sam Blum of the athletic wrote he said we appreciate the type of pitcher that syndergaard is and the type of competitor that he is, I think, hopefully it will spark some conversations. There's a generation of baseball fans who don't know who Nick is and don't know Nick's story and 13 years later it might be time that sparks a conversation of, hey, this was Nick kayden hertz, sometimes you can make the legacy go on by wearing the number and putting it out there in public. And it has sparked this conversation that we are having right now. I hadn't talked about or really even thought about Nick kayden hart for a little while and this has made me think of him. So yeah, there you go. It worked, I guess. And it depends. Obviously, if you have a team that retires numbers and you're hanging the number in the rafters, then it's still present. It's still visible and it's in front of your face. Someone make Aidan hurt, you know, he sadly only pitched four games for the angels. And so would not be a traditional number retiree. But if you are all time great with a franchise and you have a monument park sort of set up and people can go and remember that and it's conspicuous in its absence. No one is wearing this number and then you're constantly reminded of why that is, then I think that can be a great tribute. But if it's someone who's sort of slipped through the cracks and hasn't had their number retired for whatever reason, it is maybe faded out of you a little bit, and you can bring it back and even if you're saying, hey, I think this should be retired, but as long as it's not, I'm going to wear it and remind people about this..
"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.