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"one hundred mph" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"But I really think the reds were the right side in that game. Anyway, but it's simply to say that if you don't evaluate your losses in something resembling this manner baseball season is going to grind you down to a nub baseball season is a it's a heavy commitment. It really truly is. So when you look at yesterday's game here. And of course, I watched the end of both of the one nothing losses that I had yesterday. You look at this one specifically Louis Casteel was fantastic gave up one hit. It was an RBI single. That was the game winning hit for the brewers there. One hit over seven innings one run walked four struck out nine. He only allowed one batted ball over ninety four point seven miles per hour. So Casteel was very very goodness game. He was exceptional in this game. It was one hundred mph ground out from Mike was stock is the way that the brewers scored their run wasn't a walk a Bach in a. Seventy two mph single. So Casteel, basically in the one run scoring opportunity. The brewers really had in this game. Got lucky gave up a very soft single up the middle of balk advanced the runner, you know, those things generally aren't going to happen. So we're on the wrong side but casino did look like the right pitcher in this game. No on the flip side here. Freddie for all. The what it's a great stat. One eight innings pitched to hits no runs. No walks. Eleven strikeouts. But four Peralta in this outing. He allowed seven of the games. Ten hardest. Hit batted balls. The reds were two for seven on those batted balls of ninety six point eight plus miles per hour. They only managed to.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"A tree fell on a home on Mercer avenue and a mother and her young baby lost their lives that tree falling on the home of the three of them were in the the house there in the back room, the mom, the dad and the baby and the mom and the baby died. The dad was injured the tree fell on his leg and emergency crews said they thought they were going to have to amputate his leg. Fortunately, they were able to get the tree off it took some time and he is in a hospital with injuries. But a hard time for the firefighters here, we really saw an emotional time where they all came together for prayer circle. Because I mean, this is the that's the worst that could happen here in a did a horrible tragedy with the mom the baby losing their lives. And so. They're hoping that was the worst of it. Because that was not just one tree there's dozens of trees like that route Wilmington. There's a lot downtown down. But the big trees really as we were driving from Wilmington to right before. Right. So the huge mass trees or down to all over the area on roadways in neighborhood on homes and so. Sessile out of that damage because they weren't removing those trees, they're really just today focusing on any rescues or making sure people were okay. They hope you do that tomorrow. Once things if the rain and the wind gusts clear out of here, which is probably not going to happen early in the morning. So time will tell when that's going to start happening. But as far as that curfew, you mentioned they want people to stay off the roadways for exactly what you're seeing here. There supreme everywhere. Just in downtown Wilmington, not as much as we're seeing throughout the other roadways with a massive trees down. But the power lines are big concern to more than eighty percent of people. Here don't have power so IRI dragging on the streets. It was hard to see anything because no street lights. No anything. The only thing. You're seeing is people have generators. So I'm sure by tomorrow. A lot of people are going to get stir crazy guys because there's nothing open for good reason. There's nothing opened. They don't want people coming out. But a lot of people are in hotels. They went inland and a lot of people laughed, right? Phil area in the Wilmington area. They're anxious to get back home. But they don't want you to even try to get back to this area until they give the all clear. The shelters are full. There's five shelters here. They're all full. And so just a lot of assessing to do as time goes on once the rain and win like I said, we we're actually getting a nice break right now. This is calm considering what you know early this morning a hundred mile more than one hundred mph with us. We're coming here. And throughout the day was pretty strong, the rain, but this is actually not that bad said, I'm enjoying this compared to what it's been like the last twenty four hours you need a little bit of a break. Diane and sodas everyone else there in New Hanover county. Diane. I'm happy to see you put your boots on. I'm sorry. I missed teasha, Diana. Yes. Yes. You know? I love the crocks. I know a couple of years they did reach out to me and my boss because they were not happy. If you caught any my coverage I was wearing sandals yesterday. And before I got into the floodwaters, I know better not to go any floodwaters without my boots on. I did always have my boots with me when I felt I needed them. I was comfortable my sandals yesterday. I felt safe in my sandals. Yesterday. Was raining. There is not any debris at that point that I thought I was putting myself in danger, but I've taken all of their suggestions that I have my boots on and they will stay on as I go through the flood waters. Yes. As I saw you walking in the water, Diane. I was thinking to myself, I hope they're boots under there. Don't worry. Hearing about it. If I did it. All right. Dan was talking about the the shelter population. And it's really the numbers are pretty staggering across the state. They're close to twenty three thousand people staying in shelters signed people have been evacuated from their homes one hundred fifty shelters that are open their thrown at schools, many churches have opened their.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on Bang the Book
"That's a big range ninety five plus you've got the five seventeen batting average so on ninety six to one hundred mph batted balls guys are hitting three ninety two where they four thirty eight will but if you go up to a hundred plus it's six eleven batting average where they seven seventy eight will so the degrees of exit loss and he really change what happens with the outcomes of these batted balls so if we do it out in ninety two ninety four miles per hour on batted balls it's three twenty batting average which is still good but obviously it's not the three ninety two of ninety six to a hundred or the you know five seventeen on ninety five plus that's three oh four wilda with ninety to ninety four mph bed at balls eighty five to eighty nine miles per hour is a two nineteen batting average were they to seven woah so that's a significant decrease you go from ninety to ninety four with a three twenty batting average to eighty five to eighty nine were they to nineteen batting average that's where we get a lot of significance that's why when you look at guys who have average exit velocities in that eighty five to eighty seven rains something like that those guys that can sustain good numbers that can stave off that era extra progression and again this is this is a very simple thing where i'm just adding numbers to it and quantifying that a little bit and then i tell people this all the time about sabermetrics it's simply giving context providing a value so what you can already see with your eyes the harder the contact the more bad things that happen the more hard contacted team has the better they should be authencity and exit boston you get hit say reliability point very very early for individual hitters so guys hit the ball hard are going to continue.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"They really are both world series contenders and they have rookie managers who are feeling it that the answer boiled over and they went and each other and it was great drama and it transcended the sport and it transcended the markets and it was interesting across the country i'd say in baseball should be hockey i'm saying baseball should be baseball you go back at the history of the game nolan ryan putting robin than tour and headlock bob gibson throwing one hundred mph fastballs guys heads because they dared to go on the ends up to the plate there was a chess game violence i get it i understand it it's part of the game and that should be brought back this is where you can tell me i'm crazy and i know a lot of you play the game played the game i get it coming at you two hundred miles per hour man's a dangerous thing but i believe the way i was taught as an empire as a very level low level little league baseball player as a guy that covered the game those lucky enough to become friends with some ballplayers baseball should be allowed to regulate itself on the field eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four cbs do you agree with me that major league baseball should take the restrictions away i let these guys go africa other let me know eight five five two one two four cbs let's talk some of america's pastime together on than you next year on cbs sports radio the feet the world cup on fox may be happening halfway around the world but you're connected to it it's in your dna perhaps you've heard of the brilliance rinaldo would you become an even bigger fan if you knew part of your dna originated in portugal or maybe your dna connects you to argentina were messy is a national hero so this summer root for your race watch the world cup on fox and fox broadcasts mantra twenty three and me help you find your team state farm this is bill finally got me bill.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball
"Layers let's measure player ready to rakings by miles i'm just i'm just trying to figure out of here and broke the unwritten rules of the podcast here man does that just bother me to no end these unwritten rules and these players and coaches they like the pinned on them as if they're like why have to hit him now you go and do that you get suspended i don't think it's a good thing when it's predictable to us the viewers i actually think that's bad for baseball when we know it's coming when you when it's so patently obvious well you know it's okay once in a while to hit somebody like and then pedro martinez afterwards is talking about all we had to do it but he should have done it the first not the second about i'm like why is anybody throwing the so dangerous to throw one hundred mph pitches at somebody poor man margot did nothing wrong and he broke a rib i mean that's ridiculous yeah and you want me to rant on the fact that i think there's a wide divide between how we're punishing hitters for this compared to pitchers yeah i mean like like it's ridiculous dome is not going to miss a start he's gonna get a fivegame suspension and not miss a start if i mean all you have to do is use the off days which are more of and the schedule the push guy back it's just i i understand cal costing a pitcher a larger number of games than i hit her i get it it seems imbalanced on the surface but starts don't work enough all right let's talk to some of the good stuff that did happen on wednesday four players to homerun let's the scots them gary sanchez the yankees we all know him top catcher and fantasy that shouldn't have changed with a rough first ten days or whatever it is so let's not waste time but the other guys a little more interesting to me i mean not more valuable how your buyers has consecutive has back has multiple searching for my word it's like a country mile away multiple home runs on consecutive days should we and yesterday he had a common meal which will get to the second so should we view by differently or is this just pitched pittsburgh pitching.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Me were short on time i slept bar answer that go ahead well what the german jew said is they're going to fake something that make you believe a lie moon that's exactly it convened they they fager history it's like george orwell's said whoever controls the past controls the future of the cia make the moon landings they're controlling the past people are still believing that in the history books therefore those people are still in power at lowered reflecting our future in a negative way again it's so so simple technology is not go backwards if they could go to the moon on the very first attempt with 1960s equipment which the competing power was one millionth of a cellphone then there would be bases on the moon by now they would have been on march twenty five years ago technology is not go backwards it's so simple now tech's sam i did cold asian bad i can't duplicate it for seventy years effect they're saying they can't return to the moon for another twenty years i think about that would kennedy set the goal of making sixty three the go to the moon by the end of nitric sixty nine that's like seven and a half years of much in 60s technology development the go to the moon and yet a half a century later it takes three time this long tinder villa the technology to call it better curious because people don't ask about that and that actually makes me question because why are we not asking why we're not going back i mean i it's funny that people just accept that across the board that's odd the army in the south pole as temperatures of about one hundred degrees below zero um they have hurricaneforce winds almost every day of the year and yet people are there because it is technologically possible if it were technologically possible to go to the moon there will be people there the fact that they're not proves that it's not possible otherwise people would be there just like they are at the south pole when it's one hundred mph winds and a hundred degrees below zero triumph or just of people there because it can't be done where if they could cut the main and 1960 telling they would be there today where did they film ness if they film this where did they do that well they did it in some secret belgian studio didn't take that big of.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Significant personality issue you would call your your apla director everything in detail it's gone and you go your record he calls the chancellor of the president or the system to the over there organisational announced designed that their universities and you collectively decide which are going to do as i right in my book i explained that whole procedure who in happen like lear credit say these kids live nothing to lose your geno and he just wanted to kd and and we came out of that and and i order them i would like to say that if my administration will this could have said no you can't do that i would like to say that i would have done it however did never got that far and that's pretty much in the book to a gun about and so i i did the right thing from our players uh at the time but it was truly had nothing to do it again they were they were uh about a sale we're speaking with dairy pinkel the former head coach at toledo and admits serie a 25 years as a head coach in division water remarkable record excess at missouri you took over program that had not had a lot of success let's face it in say the two decades before you got there you turned it into winning program you were charge miseries transition is it went into the sec arguably the most competitive conference in college football is that you life in college football and exceed been what's your key made in college 10 stayed as the game has evolved over the last 40 years would have been the trains that have stood at the most for you personally cellphone phone earlier gruber career creek confidential i repeat did an communication will significantly different now well world on everything on article one hundred mph internally weird who'll get retrained lisa cell phones and tweeting facebook great credit that curl well.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One of the world's largest radio telescopes in normally hums 247 gathering faint signals from objects in outer space are bouncing radar off asteroids but as empires pierce got newman reports hurricane maria has knocked the facility offline the era cbo observatory used to be the kind of place known mostly to scientists that is until it was the backdrop for the 1997 film contact after jodie foster played an astronomer whose team intercepts a mysterious signal from deep space i got an untested harry cbo is a one thousand foot dish sitting like a bull in a giant sinkhole as the observatory staff sheltered in place the storm's one hundred mph winds whipped through the surrounding hills and rattled a huge antenna suspended above the main dish sending it crashing down one of the radar systems with loss of my shell and maybe punctured the dishing with he places air siebe was built in the '60s and has numerous first to its credit it found the first planets around other stars it was also the first telescope to imagine asteroid it's still track socalled near earth objects that pass uncomforably close lance dinner of the jet propulsion laboratory has travelled to era cbo dozens of times he says he'd like to see the observatory back on line as soon as possible and harris ubuntu has on parallel cancer timite iran r kelly i mean it by harlem and bitter upon a turn radar and world until recently the aging facility was the world's largest single dish radiotelescope that's a status it lost to a new instrument in china and even before hurricane maria it's funding was in question jim all the studies with the national science foundation which funds the facility he says it's doing excellent science but it elorza uh overall fleet of dang that will fong day we go out late choi than we keep finding everything that at all the good news is that most of the telescopes equipment should still work once power is restored scott newman npr news.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Observatory and one of the world's largest radio telescopes in normally hums 247 gathering faint signals from objects in outer space sir bouncing radar off asteroids but as an pierce scott newman reports hurricane maria has knocked the facility offline the era cbo observatory used to be the kind of place known mostly to scientists that is until it was the backdrop for the 1997 film contact after jodie foster a played an astronomer whose team intercepts a mysterious signal from deep space i gotta they got in a bad state hera cbo is a one thousand foot dish sitting like a bull in a giant sinkhole as the observatory staff sheltered in place the storm's one hundred mph winds whipped through the surrounding hills and rattled a huge antenna suspended above the main dish sending it crashing down nicholas white is with the universities space research association which helps run the observatory he says it could have been a lot worse we only got me confirm do we want to align feet from the unkind i for one of the radar system was lost give them up fouling maybe puncture the goodison with you klay who area siebe was built in the '60s in has numerous first to its credit it found the first planets around other stars it was also the first telescope to imagine asteroid it's still track socalled near earth objects the pass uncomfortably close lance spinner of the jet propulsion laboratory has travelled to ari cbo dozen of times he says he'd like to see the observatory back on line as soon as possible because there cbo just has on parallel sensitivity as a radar facility i mean it's by far the most sensitive monitoring radar and the world.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Though thompson along with you on this wednesday september 20th and as john's dose was telling you the death toll rising in that mexico earthquake more from abc's daniel backus hey jude anguish may laying an inherited be one lyric in toys describing chaos fairly outside buildings rocking so hard glass from a window to the ground light post shake violently more than two dozen buildings collapsed with reports of some children inside i was trapped on the third floor says this woman we tried to get out in the people in the house next door helped me get out with the ladder rescue workers rushing a woman to safety another woman covered in dust is carried through a crowd on a stretcher with the death toll expected to rise crews are now scrammed linked to find more victims millions of residents are without electricity as the country now begins to assess the earthquakes toll and that's a abc's done your back is we'll continue to follow this throughout the morning a developments out of mexico we are switchgears now to a degree talk about a a different kind of a disaster and that is hurricane maria which is barreling now towards of course puerto rico and with us now is meteorologist ray stagich from the weather channel good morning ray neighbouring boat thanks for being here so maria give me a snapshot of where we are right now all right 155 strong categoryfour storm that's about as high as it can get on the category four um saffirsimpson scale numbers one fifty seven to get back to cat five probably not going to do that a nine hundred seventy mila bars a pressure and right now dangerously close to nearing puerto rico does looks like the western northwestern side of the guy walls now coming onto the eastern end of that island with already some winds to ninety one miles per hour in puerto rico in san juan excuse me and even offshore psalm one hundred mph wind gusts so hurricane warnings include the us virgin islands british virgin islands puerto rico dominican republic gam parts of the turks and caicos so those are actually um some areas that were affected also by erma and unfortunately four puerto rico this time more.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on KOMO
"Here so not only in the air but on the ground that equipment prepositioned all over the county so we can clear the street so it's going to be quite owed effort this afternoon most likely well mr cassese i know you have a big job ahead thanks for taking a little time with us this morning to move up because now to miami as we said earlier in the week mayan expected to take a direct hit the storm did move west but by any still getting some real whipping winds and gio benitez is their jio hey there george we are really feeling does win i'm it picked it up for a second but i gotta tell you really more and more and more that would have been feeling like in fact the national weather service sent out of the alert and said that in highrise you're probably looking at one hundred mph winds now i've been looking around here because the big danger in downtown miami are all the building all the glass i've been looking around and i don't get any sort of windows broken and that maybe because of the very very brick building hope here after her girl back in 1992 this entire guideline was really destroyed by hurricane andrew though win so we're going to see how it pairs one but you can just see look at these great they have been getting all day long and we've been looking at that because that really measure allowing and then the rain coming down i'm not let off because it feel like an getting much more and you can sure thing that you should tell everybody here in one of those killings that has been reinforced that's right absolutely this is one of the building that was built after hurricane andrew it was built ten years ago during the camera well you can see we are surrounded by heart rate here and the windows are protected they are hurricane impact resistant windows that that we have here in late tethered to a rope to make sure that you know i don't fall down and and unprotected yeah let's get away in an waited with this particular golden okay let me see a tied in their thank you very much wanted.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on KOIL
"To but but he was on their spirit we're going to be well it's good that is good to hear and one of the reasons you're going to be fined if indeed it does work out that way because of the precautions you took to get everyone out of there absolutely absolutely and we're glad to it'll be a lot of damage and it do you have a sense of when you're going to be able to get out there and see just how how great the damages and how much rebuilding is going to need to be done the rounded by a bunch of firefighters and police officers and a couple of military folks i can't keep indoors so they're going to be there we we've also got a weather guy abetted an ear and he's showing up all the bans on as soon as it opens up these guys are going to fly out of here so not only in the air but on the ground that it equipment prepositioned all over the county so we can clearly treat so it's going to be it is quite owed effort this afternoon most likely well mr cassese i know you have a big job ahead thanks for taking a little time with us this morning i want to move up because now to miami as we said earlier in the week ma'am expected to take a direct hit the storm did move west but miami still getting some real whipping winds and gio benitez is their jio hey there jordan we are really feeling does win i'm going to take the bell for a second but i gotta tell you really more and more and more that would have been feeling like the national weather service sent out an alert and take that up in highrises you're probably looking at one hundred mph winds now i've been looking around here because the big danger in downtown miami are all the building all the glass i've been looking around and i don't yet any sort of windows broken and that maybe because of the very very brick building home here after hurricane andrew back in 1992 this entire guideline was really the.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on KOMO
"Want everyone to realize that the power of water that saw what it is going to come rushing in birthday get hold out the cnn the dentist suresh happens and it happens not only once but twice as as that hurricane move through that they're very concerned not only with the water but the wins the winds are expected here to be sustain an not just at like a quick hit but as a stain several hourlong event of wins have one hundred miles per hour or more gus up to one hundred twenty five miles per hour and i'll be curious to see because this morning but it made landfall in key west we saw that advisory that urgent warning from the national weather service of extreme win warnings that simply sense the call that there could be tornado light damage the winds are expected to be even more powerful than among the wind that will recorded this morning that we stand by here david as you've been talking to officials there i know you spoke to the governor to what's their degree of confidence and how to community will hold up listen they say now all we have to do is wait for the storming and try to get through it the call your county emergency managers focus a short time ago he says you happy with the preparations he's happy that people are are hand the warnings here but he also urged everyone saying when the wind dies don't be fooled that when the storm surge will actually be the greatest that will come in and it will come in very quickly urging people not to go outside this both start around cookie and the worst of it and then last several hours britain to eight pm after after gets dark and what they're urging everyone to do is not go outside st inside this event is going to continue straight into the wee hours of the morning again into tomorrow morning um you know unlike harvey which sat there at least this storm is moving through which still moving barely slowly and i guarantee your thoughts on the people here for fear whole and who are into shelters and there are many of them that up in southwest florida that it's a very trying time wondering if their their home they're going to survive this their property going to survive hi this eh as they wait inside the building for these one hundred mph with abc's david muir the anchor of world news tonight.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on KOMO
"Tinu with abc news coverage of hurricane erma as a tropical storm warning has been issued for the first time for the city of atlanta let's rejoin abc news in new york vice these live coverage from abc news horror king erma from abc news headquarters here is correspondent aaron katersky hurricane erma is battering florida the center has crossed near key west and aims next for the gulf coast later today the hurricanes i made landfall about an hour and a half ago just east of key west and the national hurricane center in miami reported that the center core of erma is about twenty five miles now northeast of of key west end the storm is so why live that augusta ninety three miles per hour was measured near key largo at the other end of the florida keys and there have been strong winds throughout the southern portion of the florida peninsula a specially miami abc's jim ryan is there he's with us live jim boy reedus having died down at all miami terms with the wind that thrashing through here italy picked up in a laugh humidity national weather service warned is about eat one hundred mph winds and i'm certainly feeling those eur ninety beat up on the top part raj looking up at seventy river with their tall crane howard praised standing next to the weighing in the when we know that one game all of our big collapse which were timed ill wanted without it on top of the building broken hill in it fell down on building i don't know about anybody might have been hurt from that i i suspect that nobody with rao anyway community essentially was emptied out yesterday the day before this aaron anticipation of this very thing rain wind drenching rain at what seems to be an endless door right now here and just.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on KOMO
"Of palm trees obviously in south florida southwest florida i'll coconut just fell from one of these from what are these coconut trees and those things are are are like many boulders and those policies that is called a trees are so tall that when they come down i mean they're they're they're they're you know fifteen feet in the air it could knock you out of it hit you in the right place i it it it people taking the warning seriously though to stay off the streets in to avoid all this flying debris i mean most people are off the streets serum but we did see some cars as we were driving here towards the water there there's a lot of people that are in this apartment complex that are out in the lobby their outsi taking pictures i mean right now it's not incredibly dangerous it's very windy i we recommend you go out but if you want to come out and take pictures i dunno for these and a half and to you if you're under an awning but it's getting worse and worse by the minute i mean as ormoc sort of inches off the west coast of florida it's getting stronger and stronger and you know we're we're still very far away i mean we're we're at 45 mile per hour wind gusts were gonna be at more than one hundred mph sustained wins so we're still about six or seven hours from that point so far so it's a waiting game right now that dangerous part about all this is that the strongest part of the storm is gonna hit once son falls and when the sun is down and these dangerous winter coming that makes everything so much more complicated her long road ahead for the people of fort myers where abc's tom llamas is tom thank stay well stay safe tell big where they to your brain to to keep his head down to as you write it out on the west coast the gulf coast of florida the entire state is within striking distance of hurricane erba because it is just so big four hundred miles wide and the the.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"People who don't know have got a just a boatload of former fbi cia a police detectives on their payroll they are doing their due diligence on this especially because it's a domestic violence allegation see video marais rights and that they don't want to be wrong on this one even at the cepd with that point oh one percent chance they might be so so they can do whatever they want they and their whole thing is don't embarrass the shield it don't tarnish the shielded don't embarrass the brand and it easy q elliott has had trouble follow him from college the alleged domestic violence issue we're talking about going back a year ago to last july this d 100 mile an hour prutton one hundred mph speeding tickin' i've grabbing a woman's whilst and exposing her breast in front of thousands of people at a st patrick's day parade and then what happened on sunday that's off the top of my head so roger goodell michael you don't wanna miss domino's i'm gonna send his youngman message and suspended for game possibly two games in freddie that might not be the worst thing a long term do you have a true wakeup call one you get doc money right to your embarrassed sold longterm your cowboy fan a one or two games suspension might not be the worst thing for his eqa elliot as far as his career go you make a fair point but i said last night alsaid gin he doesn't have any concerned about losing his nfl career he does not have any concern about football being taken away from him because he never have to worry about that high school he never had the worry about that would ever troubles that we know or don't know no at ohio state and now the national football league because he knows that his talent mbc believes his town is going outrun his trouble because so far he has that insult in that's exactly what has happened no matter what he's been involved in it's been a lot of ambiguity about that whole thing whether it was the domestic bounce thing here he's going to fight the one or two miles pows beating their this happening on sunday night no charge going to file this has been at.
"one hundred mph" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Actually forced retirement by me on you sandy from washington longtime this email reads harper became a legend yesterday he became the face of baseball the we need it for so long taking a stand against these cheap pitchers winging one hundred mph harbaugh's people to repair the broken egos hitters can't celebrated dinger but a picture can celebrate a strike out it's garbage believe me no one will get hit in retaliation for strickland because brice held his own business marketed to six but i think they'll be retaliation the gaps will be that's why buster was so upset allegedly he knows he's the guy going to get one i agree though even if he thought he showed him up quote unquote and their definition being shown of his different than any of ours or really any other athlete any of this board even if he stood in the box a second or two to admire one of those titanic bonsey it off him what strickland did to him is way beyond what harper did hamid admiring network a ninety eight mph fastballs you have no chance of getting out of the way of so where do you see where posied did what he did or do you think that was park and he should have been out there no matter what his teammate was in a fight he should have been in that pile where you can argue that you know what he does need a throwing punches just find somebody hold on at least looked the part at least look like you care or if you're posy in that moment are you thinking ammari kidding me strict really three years later you're gonna dot their best player you do know that europe wants to become a bad idea strickland never left pick up a bad deal with that but buster will today.