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"ortiz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"How excited are they to be part of this environment and The Kentucky Derby with Barbara rode? Does Jaden even comprehend what it's all about? Oh yeah, you know what they do, basically they know that there's a lower level races and then we always talk about we got a big race, so when I say we got a big race, they know it's an important it's usually a space race, obviously. But they get just excited. Did you win the big race now? Is he ready that? So I love it. You know, they're just, they're starting to read both of them. I really picking up on it and my oldest is like The Kentucky Derby. He'll ask, well, how much money is the purse? What's that race mean? And he's really kind of more, he's very smart. He's very intellectual. And he brings all this stuff into his brain. I understand it on an older level. And my youngest is still, let's just go win a race. Is that right? Yep. Jaden is 5 and Xavier is now 9. Okay. All right, will they both make the walk over with you? Yeah, I mean, that's the plan, you know, the key is to limit the amount of tickets, but you know what? I'm pretty sure is my kid's going to have to walk up with that or then I get stuck back at the bar and so they're walking out very excited about it. You know, we tell them about the walk up and I don't think they really understand yet what's about to happen. Like how big this did they've been a big race, but they've never been to The Kentucky Derby. They've been to stakes races before. And they've been in the winter cycle for those separations, but you know, a Kentucky Derby. I mean, it's the biggest race in the world. I mean, you know that you're running to anybody in the world. And they ask you what you do for a living. You say Archie and racehorses and then the first thing that comes out of their mouth is to, you know, The Kentucky Derby. Have you raised in the Kentucky therapy? Do you have a horse in the Kentucky there? We have. You know, so it's just incredible that everything's coming through prospect right now. Before we started the show, we were talking off air and I asked you how you were holding up. And you gave me a wonderful answer. So I'll ask you again on air. So our listeners can hear John Ortiz, how are you holding up ten days out from Kentucky Derby? Well, like I was mentioning earlier, you know, I'm starting to feel it now. I'm getting really, I mean, the big word that I got to use here is definitely confidence. That's just the main feeling that I have right now is just a lot of confidence, but you know, it's funny right after the Arkansas Derby. I had no idea how to feel. Like I had no clue. I watched, I thought, from the angle where I was standing watching the race, I absolutely thought he's closing his clothes and get through, get through. Okay. And I thought we were in front. But that was just a stride after the race, you know? I was like, I thought we wanted. And I'm running back and I was like, did we win in and everybody's looking at it? No, we ran a second. And then when we say, well, we ran a second, I threw up and still yelled like I just wanted to race because we are high 5 and celebrated and this is what I love with mister Bill and Tammy Simon. And his son will was there that day as well. And everybody was jumping up and around like we won the race, but we were excited because we just said, we qualified with the point, but more importantly, this horse is just he's still alive horse, you know? So I went on that night and I laid in bed and it was just kind of talking to my wife about what just happened and I got a little emotional. I don't know what to feel. I want to be happy. I want to be excited, but I can't comprehend it right now. So a couple of days later, we went to go see Barbara road in the morning the next day. He looked crazy, he was playful as being his old self. And then, you know, I just drove back to Kentucky, get keenly me get ready to start. And when we finally shipped a Barbara road to Churchill, you know, I let him really recuperate after that our guitar therapy, I wanted him to get back on the seat, stay in his feet up, and I wanted to see a full recovery before we put him on a van and ask them to do it all over again. So when he finally arrived, I just saw how he's seen in the standing in the front of his doll. And just being a big bright character that he is. And we got that yellow setup towel. With his name on it and The Kentucky Derby logo on it. And I put it on. I was showing the group on how to set it up..
Alfredo Ortiz: Joe Biden Has Not Been Good for Small Businesses
"States in action. America is a nation that can be defined in a single word. I was the foothills of the Himalayas with Xi Jinping. Traveling with them, and I traveled 17,000 miles when I was vice president. I don't know that for a fact. Alfredo, we're in trouble. I think he was trying to say supercalifragilistic exploitation. That would have made more sense. That I could have understood. Now I can realize a long time Mary Poppins fan. I could have related to that. I mean, honest to Pete, we have got a president, you know, one of the great questions is, is it deliberate or is he just out of it? Is it just, is he infirm? Is he senile? But at the end of the day, one thing Alfredo Ortiz knows and the job creators network knows, he has not been good for small businesses in America. Yeah, Mike, he really has and look, you know, I actually feel bad for the president. Whatever his condition is, whatever it is, I mean, I hope it gets addressed. I hope whatever is happening to him does get addressed, but you know, the reality is that he's the leader of our country and that's what's scary, right? It is. And it's dangerous. It's dangerous for our economy. It's dangerous for business. I am so tired of watching the way entrepreneurs and small business owners backs have been broken. They are desperately trying to stay above water. Nobody knows that better than you guys do. And I want to talk about the great opportunity project
"ortiz" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Maybe even less on people's radar in the U.S. in terms of cultural appropriation because in Hawaii, we did an amazing job of snatching up shirts and like tiki mugs or something that doesn't even from there, but being like, this is from there. And. Making. You know, you can imagine what Hawaii looks like on a T-shirt or whatever. And it's very, I think it's very almost more than like, you know, almost any other state. It's like one of the places that I think did a great job of like visualizing a fake thing. Yeah, no. It's like a Disney, going there and seeing what's happening is kind of wild. I still haven't been to Hawaii, and I'm curious because I feel like from what I'm listening from people on TikTok and all that stuff. It's kind of in that same, that's what the goal is eventually to get us to the point where Hawaii is, which is a bummer. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, it just feels, I don't know. This is how I felt being there. On a couple different islands was just like, oh, this is not, this is not ours. This is not mine. This is not of like I've also been to I've been to some reservations and it's a similar feeling of like, there's clearly a culture that already exists there. And that's being surrounded and inhabited also, you know, and just like that happened elsewhere in the U.S. at such a different time wasn't part of my purview, but when I see it in those places, it's I'm like, oh, this is what we've always done, but it's like actively still happening here. Yeah, it's just modern modern colonization. It really is just, and it's so brilliantly devastating how sneaky it is and how legal they make it. It's like, how is this, how is this legal? How was it happening? You start wondering, you start questioning the system, because it's like, how is this, how are these things legal? Who is saying yes to all of this? What's happening? I mean, even you correcting me when I said territory, like that's so helpful because again, it's like, it's like, it's like the concentration camps for Japanese American folks in California that are like not called concentration camps because language is specifically chosen to distance reality. Yeah, 100%. And they do a really good job. I mean, it's all marketing. Right. It's like, let's just make this. Let's reframe this in a way that we look good. And it's like, I don't know, buddy. When you look at the paper and you read the description, it's like, yeah, you really did. You did some creative thinking in that title. No. Wow, yeah. 100%. Well, thanks for sharing all that with me. And thank you. Yeah. So this whole moment, you know, it just feels like, well, first of all, I'm really happy for you, and it also just feels like I'm so happy that you are getting a chance to be known for like a thing that has nothing to do with these things that are part of your life, right? You're like you're playing gym. That's not like, but you have so many, you have so much to say. It's really excellent to just get a chance to be in the mainstream so that when these interviews come up, like these are this is just part of the chat. That's awesome. I'm just excited for all the things that are going to come out. I mean, I'm hoping they come out of all of this, right? I have so many incredibly talented, queer friends who write, produce, direct, act, and they all do they really need it. It just was like just some just a little push on the financing bit, and it's like, if I can help in that way, that's where I'm at. I'm kind of like, great. There's all this like, oh, what is going to, what does Vika gonna do after this? And I'm like, great. I have some things that I would like to do. Friends, come over, show me your stuff, and then be like, we want to do this project. Do you want to give us the money to do it? Because I believe in it, and we should do it. So that's kind of, I'm hoping that from all of this, you know, more doors and more beautiful stories get told and get in the mainstream media and just have a soul tell gorgeous stories and connect with each other and ourselves. That's my hope, at least, which sometimes it feels like kind of naive because this industry is kind of intense. I mean, I've been at it for 12 years and I've had some really devastating lows and some great highs. So I'm kind of just like, okay, let's just take advantage of the moment as much as possible before, if anything, if I fall again. Yeah, absolutely. And I'm sure you will, because we all will. It's like all about ups and downs. Yeah, I mean, that's my experience anyways that I don't care who you are or how well things are going. There's always an opportunity for it to dip. And so, yep. You know, I also love how stable and full of self love you sound because that's really important too. I'll take it also a year plus on therapy. So I recommend I recommend that's how we survive. Very much, yes. FICO, before I send you back into your day, I just wanted to ask you to shout out a queer ro, which is a person place or thing that made you feel that you can be who you are today. Oh my God. Wow. Holding the chest very, very loving posture. Yes. Wow, someone that really inspired me to really go for it was rainbow days. She oh, awesome. Yeah, she's in her acting class for like a year. And I was like, still a little bit afraid of like, I don't know if I should just and she really was just like inspired me to find the power and my truth and what I can bring to the table. And she was the one that inspired me to just, yeah, just very be like, I'm going to make every character queer, whether it was written for it or not. It's just going to happen. I'm going to show up and the second I'm in, it's just a queer character. And really take up that space. And not be afraid of taking that space. So yeah, she might, I love it. Well, you're a delight. And I can't wait to follow everything that happens for you. And I mean, your corner. Likewise, I go into your show, I'm just seeing all the sexy photos of the tattoos and all that stuff. And I was like, oh, thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Awesome..
"ortiz" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"So right now you're also exhibiting gender on television. As am I? And I wanted to talk about that. We love to see it. Here's all this conversation and then maybe you could just give some context for listeners. Absolutely. It's happening in your life. It seems like a pretty huge moment. It's a whole moment. So I'm going to show cold our flag means death on HBO Max that follows the life of stede bonnet. It's loosely based on real historical facts. Steve bonnet is an actual pirate who called himself the gentleman pirate, who befriended blackbeard the most feared. I just also have to say, I think is also in the television show outlander, so this is something that my outlander stands can confirm whether or not there is also Stephen bonnet and outlander. Yes, I think it's the same person. I'm so here for this. I have not seen outlander. And I think it should. Because well, I can't wait for the crossover. You know what I'm saying? So in history books, it's just told that stede bonnet and blackbeard became friends, but it never really gets explored. And in the show, they lean into the queerness of that relationship, which I think it's beautiful. And not just on those two characters, but there's several other characters. I mean, mostly everyone on that cruise queer to a certain degree. Which I think is lovely. And I play Jim. Who's this starts off the show as a bearded boba snow mute mysterious mute with crazy knife skills. And then it turns out Jim doesn't actually have a beard or a bulbous nose and they can speak. So there's a moment where the crew is like, Jim is a woman. What is happening? And then or mermaid or the gym is like, I'm just Jim. And everyone's like, that makes sense. And then just carry on. And it's beautiful. And speaking of gender and presentation and all the things, right? Part of the journey for me and Jim is that Jim is the same person with or without the beard. The beard doesn't make them more masculine less feminine, not having the beard doesn't make them more feminine less masculine. I didn't like when I went on the performance mode, I'm not trying to act like a man or act like a woman. I just am. And the only thing that changes is how people perceive them. And but what happens in the show is that once everyone was like, oh yeah, they're just Jim. They just carry on. And honor this person's journey. And they have whole mission of vengeance and revenge on the side. And once the gender part is like, done, it's like, gray, let's just carry on with this badass journey. And there's so much joy also within all of it. There's so much queer love, Jim has someone on the boat who is interested in them regardless, which I think is really fun. Sometimes the trope of the whole like, oh, well, now that the beard is gone, I'm like more attracted to Jim. It's like, no, you know, olu juande likes Jim. No matter what Jim looks like, they just like the person, which I think is really dope. And yeah, it's been bananas. I'm kind of like my social media. This is like the first something something like this happens to me, so my social media is exploding and all the ways in shapes and forms and I'm just as excited as everybody. When I read each episode, I would cry, I would be like, I can't believe I'm actually part of this. This is actually happening and then I'm seeing it done and I'm seeing a queer people being like, reacting the same way I did last year when I was reading everything. And I'm like, they're with you. I'm crying with you. I'm excited with you. I am feral. It's a new thing that I'm reading a lot. People are just feral for the show and I'm feral for the show as well. New Gen Z I don't know either I'm trying to tell you what the Gen Z's. That's what I mean, I feel like I'm really trying to get connected with Gen Z, but I certainly know what feral means. It means it's like it's a level. It's a level of excitement. It's a level of such intense love that you're just going feral. That you just, I mean, it's chaotic. Almost. Chaotic good. So I'm leaning towards that. I haven't really actually asked anybody what feral meant. I think you got it. But that's the vibe I got. That seems right. Wow. Spoiler alert. Just like everyone. I mean, yes. Well, I think go ahead and spoil. Our listeners. But you know, I think I want to ask you about, I mean, it's interesting, I guess, then, to have, I was able to be out as a queer person before I was ever working professionally just barely, by the way. Tomorrow, which is April 1st is my 20 year gay versary. 20 years ago, on April 1st, I kissed a woman for the first time, which sent me into a utter exploration that has never gone back from that moment. And actually, I am 40 this year, so on April 2nd, I will have been on this exploration longer than I wasn't, which is really cool. That's so dope. I love you. Yeah, absolutely. Oh, wow. Yeah, I love this. I'm about to hit that marker of being aware of myself longer than I wasn't. Happy anniversary. Oh my God, thank you. It's really wonderful. But so then I was doing improv already in college, but I started working professionally when I was 21, I think. So I already knew some stuff about who I was, not everything. The gender stuff is sort of happening in public..
Alfredo Ortiz: It's Always a Bunch of Malarkey Coming From the Left
"I don't think a lot of people even realize that Stacey Abrams, who never really fully conceded her loss in 2018. I don't think people realize next month is her lawsuit. She's suing to try to dispute the outcome of the election she didn't agree with and she told axios this week a reporter there from axios, Americans should be allowed to question election process in America. Wow, that sounds a little familiar, but I thought when we questioned the outcome of an election, we were all a bunch of traders. What hypocrites they are? What a hypocrite she is. Yeah, but Mike, I'm not surprised, right? I mean, does this surprise you at all? I mean, this is pretty much the playbook of the Democrats. I mean, you know, I love the term and I keep using it. It's always a bunch of malarkey come out of the mouth of the Democrats at this point, right? They're trying to snow the American public. Gaslight the American public. And look, I think American public has woken up. I think they realize we're being fed a bunch of BS.
Alfredo Ortiz: Rise in Crime Is Deliberate by the Left
"Have some reading as quote from dinesh d'souza and I want to get your take on this Alfredo. Dinesh tweeted, Nancy Pelosi ripping ripping Trump's State of the Union address and who can ever forget that dreadful moment and then giddily cheering Biden's tells you that the Democrats are happy with this state of affairs. This madness is not an accidental byproduct of their ineptitude. It's what they want. Alfredo, I debate this often with my callers as the condition we're in right now, the jobs challenges the onerous regulations. You guys know this better than anybody, a job creators network, the crime in the streets, the radical progressive district attorneys. Do you think this is ineptitude or deliberate? I think it's deliberate. I really don't think I do too. I think this is truly the agenda that they set out. This is why Mike, remember when you were in Georgia, you and I were talking on the Senate races, why I feared what was going to happen there if you lost that election, right? Because we had to control the Senate in the fortune that didn't happen. This November, there's an opportunity here to make this turn this thing around, right? Take over the house, take over the Senate with this one party rule is not working at all for this country. I mean, think about that, Mike, in one year, we have gone from energy independence to energy dependence, we're sending over something I think the calculation I saw last night from around, something like 15 to $20 million a day over to Putin. By buying Russian oil, what we have right now today, we've got folks that are buying and opening up basically the whole drilling sector again. And the oil energy sector except they are just don't trust Biden. They don't trust the Democrats, right? But we can do this, right? We can probably by sometime in midsummer, we should be able to open this up sadly. It's probably going to take that long,
"ortiz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Slow. You see the time it's all the time we go 24 or 49, especially on the grass. The times are lower. And sometimes people wonder why they don't just don't go, but sometimes you go and you go in 48 and you don't get there. People from the back beat you. So. Everywhere is different, you know? It's a good question, but Keanu can talk in your more modern similar and California and golf ring they are very similar to. Jose, you have set so many records on the racetrack and you are about to set another one. I think you've just equaled Mike Smith for the most phone calls we've taken during this segment. Mike was on to kick things off with this when we debuted this segment four weeks ago. And I believe he had 7 phone calls in that segment. One more and you're going to break that record too. So give Jose a call 888-966-4776. That's 8 8 8 9 6 6 hrn and your chance to call in and be the host of the show and talk with Jose Ortiz. That was a great question too. Talking about the different styles, not just the racetracks, but the different, the different writing colonies, the different styles of the riders based on the surfaces. That's an interesting question, Jose. Yeah, it was very good, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know, you're known for being very good on the grass, but obviously you're excellent in writing dirt races too. Do you have a preference as to which surface you like to ride? No, just depend on the horse. Yeah. Yeah. When you go to those different tracks, like you mentioned California and the quicker tracks and even Florida. And then New York's a little slower. Do you have to adjust your riding style or is it all strictly based on the horse you're riding? You got to adjust. And you don't just, you kinda did. You have to just. Yeah. All right. Well, I think we've got the record now. John is in bardstown. Josh is in bardstown. Sorry, Josh, and Josh go ahead. You are hosting the show with Jose Ortiz. Hey, glad to be here, guys. I appreciate your show Mike. I just wanted to help Jose. I think the right answer is to say, hey, thank you for all you do. Maybe a good question I would have is about Churchill downs and just kind of what you like most about racing in central downs. I like both trucks. I think they're very fair, but you know that history of Churchill's down is amazing. When you're raising there at inspire, you can see every time I go by the wire I look at the inside, the winner circle of the Derby island that I gave me goosebumps, you know, I want to be there one day and I really love that I want church. All right. Well, Josh, appreciate the phone call. Jose, we're about out of time really appreciate you doing this here today. I know our listeners really enjoy getting a chance to talk to you. All the best coming up with your mouths this weekend and beyond and every time you get a leg up safe trip, my friend. Thank you, Mike..
"ortiz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Really because we are so, so close. Like, 14 months apart and honestly, I always have been like a role model to me. Everything he does, I try to do the same. You know, we work hard to do a better or do the same. Like I say, is that rivalry there on the truck, or it's very healthy, it's nothing. Yeah, not like trying to be better, you know, always you want to try to win. But I would call it a very healthy good rivalry. Yeah, he's your brother. You love him, but it's still nice to beat him once in a while. Yeah, yeah. All right, Vince is in California, Vince, go ahead. You are hosting the show with Jose Ortiz. Hi, Jose. I was just wondering who started writing first between the two of you who was the leader and who followed. My brother is a year older than I am and he started a year before me. And then I followed behind him. Was that here in the United States or was that in your home country? In Puerto Rico. Yeah. And Puerto Rico. Okay. Yes. I just want to let you know another thing. A lot of guys at the OTB say just bet the Ortiz brothers in exact a box. That's the word that you hear quite a bit at the OTBs. So you do that probably make a lot of money. Great line. Vince appreciate the phone call. 888-966-4776. That's 8 8 8 9 6 6 hrn. Your chance to host the show and call in and ask your question of Jose Ortiz. Jose, how often do you hear those kinds of things? You're traveling around and you're mingling with fans at the racetracks. I know you're always very social with people. How often do you hear, hey, you know, just bet the Ortiz brothers or hey, so and so said I just need to bet you all the time and I'm going to win. It happens everywhere we go, people say that they box the exact. Well, Jim is in New Jersey. He's on the line with Jose Ortiz. Jim go ahead. Hi, Jose been a fan for a long time. In fact, back in 19 and back in 2013, I met you opening day after you won the first race of opening day. And I took a picture of you and I imposed the result of the race and I gave you a copy of it the following week. I don't know if you remember that far back. But you decided to stay in New York this winter, are you going to bypass key linen steak in New York this year?.
"ortiz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Said there are some similarities between Jack Christopher and good magic and because of that, in part, he wanted you to ride Jack Christopher, what do you think of those similarities between the two horses? That's what the listener would like to know. Yeah, early on on their career, they're very similar. They got a very similar style of running, which is very speedy early on. And they keep carrying carry on that speed. They are, they physically, they look like a lot. Since he got the horse in the bar, he told me he liked him a lot. And he wanted me to ride him. That question comes from the Derby path on Twitter, Derby path appreciate that one. Let's go back out to the phone lines. Lou is in Toronto, Lou go ahead. You are on with Jose Ortiz. Hey, gentlemen, welcome to you be the host with blue from Toronto. I want to thank Jose eclipse winner and acquiring turf specialists on the term. And to join us today. And Mike Penn also. I have a question for both of you. First Jose with you. I like to ask you. Growing up with, I read and being 14 months apart, I was wondering with a competitive juices growing up from Puerto Rico to the jocks room. Can you give us an idea, are you still with competitive as you were as children or you weren't as much as children going to an adult? We have been competitive, but it's been very healthy, you know. We got a great relationship, but we go out there now, we know what is a stake. We got it right for our owners and trainers and we give 100% growing up same thing, but we play different sport baseball basketball. And we were teams, you know. For each other, but now you know, we're writing for different owners and trainers and you have to give you business on them. That's our job, but the driver is there. Ira is number one number two in the country every year. I mean if you want to be back on a great day and eclipse our position, you're going to have to go over him, you know? All right. Well, there we have it. Thanks, Lou for the phone call. 888-966-4776. The number to call in and ask your question of Jose Ortiz. This is indeed you be the host, your chance to take over the show and host the show. Jose, that was an interesting question. Do you gain some motivation? I know I have a brother and we were always playing sports together growing up and there's always that sibling rivalry. Is there something there that motivates you thinking, man, I'm not letting him beat me? Not.
"ortiz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"And now we get a chance to turn over the show to you. It is you be the host and champion jockey Jose Ortiz is nice enough to spend some time with us here today looking forward to that. I will open up the phone lines momentarily, but want to give you a quick update on the poll question today. Keep those coming at HR N on Twitter, horse racing radio network on Facebook, which of this weekend's Kentucky Derby points races has the strongest field, 80% of you continuing to say, it is the holy bull stakes down at Gulfstream. Time will tell. All right, let's go ahead and welcome in Jose Ortiz, who is joining me now for you be the host. Jose, good morning, my friend. Do we have Jose? Can you hear me? Yes. There we go. How you doing? Good morning, good morning, how are you guys? Good morning. We're really looking forward to this segment. We already have a caller on the line. I already have a question on social media. So we'll go ahead and open up the phone lines now. It is you be the host and blaze is going to take over the show. He has a question, blazes in Louisville. Blaze go ahead. You are on the line with Jose Ortiz. Hey, thanks, Mike. And great segment here. A Jose. Just a quick question about your time in Saudi Arabia. Follow you on social media and saw you had some fun out there with a winner or two. And was wondering, I saw you post and stuff about Krispy Kreme donuts. Are they that good in Saudi Arabia compared to here in Kentucky? Yes, same thing. Exactly the same. Exactly the same nice to hear. And then just the horseman scene out there and the whole horse racing seat overall, Saudi Arabia. What were some of your takeaways from that? Yeah, it's very good that people love heart racing out there and they're very passionate about it. I really love it. It's my second time out there. And I'm looking forward to go there every year, you know? People love our racing out there. All right, there we go. Keep those questions coming. 888-966-4776, the number to call 8 8 8 9 6 6 HR, and you get the chance to talk with jockey Jose Ortiz. This is you be the host. And Jose, I did get a question on social media for you here. This is interesting. Chad Brown, who you ride for quite often,.
"ortiz" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"Are they gonna be forgiven to Sammy Sosa? Will he be a guy who's going to you know that's when he got the mini kid, you know a brother was right there. Well, I'm not Dominican, but I see what you're saying. What should I say? Latino, Latino. You would say Latina. Dominicans. For me, not that far away. You know, you are just saying that. I'm just teasing you a light skinned brother. You a brother of color, right? I know. I just love how screaming you get when I remind you how Latino I am, you know? You become Latina only when it comes to, oh, I can't say Davis or T I can't say big part. You really, yeah. What I'm talking about. When I was talking about my love, my love for when I had to say that. You see, this is the thing. You mixed me with the Dominican culture because of my love for those past Red Sox team. That's what it is. You forget how great those moments were, but it's all right, I'll remind you I remind from time to time. I don't think I don't see those moments in me and not great. I think they're a great movie. But if you're going to have David Ortiz said, you know, I think that bonds and David are, you know, you can argue a lot, but it was widely rumored that David Ortiz was involved also during that era. He was on anonymous list. Let's just give the specifics. Yes. He said, lawyer. It was the fact that he was mentioned. I didn't say he did it. Object your honor. Mitchell on that list, object, your honor. Okay. I got you. You know, prosecution risks, all right? You know what max, what I'm saying? Actually, it's worse. You know, it's not a rumored, it was he was on a list. You're right. It was he was on anonymous list. But unlike those other guys, he didn't test positive. They didn't have positive results connected to David Ortiz, but he was on that list. You're right. But I'll be honest with you, max. I'm happy for teas. I think it was the right thing that happened, but I don't know. A part of me, I was excited to see the video and his reaction. I was happy for him, I should say. And I was like, was he really crossing his fingers like that? I always saw David cheese has to be the guy to say, look, I should get it. I'm confident I should get in, but I guess this past or at least 24 hours before the moment or 48 hours before the moment, he was nervous. He wasn't quite sure if he would get that 75% that he needed or the voters did to get it. And of course, he got in just under 79%. Well, I think that yeah, I think you look at baseball riders who they are. And people, you know, isn't a dad trying to see that, you know, David. You say he was able to teach whether an asshole? And that's a guy that we know that he didn't, I don't know if he got him for the first ballad of the night and so here in Boston, this just really, it's really funny when you think about baseball players, you don't think about basketball players. You don't think about guys in hockey, you don't think about guys, playing football, and you know that those same kind of drugs had to be in all those sports. Well, let me ask you this then. Is it a popularity contest?.
"ortiz" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"You can argue or not, but it was widely rumored that David Ortiz was involved also in during that era. He was on a anonymous list. Let's just get the specifics. Yes, what? He said, lawyer. It was the fact that he was mentioned. I didn't say he did it. Object your honor. On that list, object, your honor. Okay. I got you. You know, prosecution risks, all right? The big girls love that. The last shot opportunity. So funny. Give me a casket so I can wipe my mouth. First of all, we're gonna say congratulations to my man..
Border Patrol Agents Get Into Heated Exchange With Leadership During Mayorkas Visit
"The Biden administration has for cynical political reasons. Essentially left the border open porous. And people are pouring through a record numbers of people. It seems like every month we exceed the record of the previous month, the latest data from December shows a another record, 180,000 people across the border in December, surpassing the previous numbers to give you an idea only 75,000 crossed in December of 2020. So a big surge. And this is all being done, not just with the complicity, but with the invitation of Majorca, Kamala Harris, and of course President Biden himself. You can imagine what it's like to be a border patrol agent. And if you want to just get a sense of the kind of frustration that border patrol agents feel and being asked to do a job in an impossible situation, take a peek at this. Listen. If we're going to mention the number of exactly what's happening, this men are doing nothing. You're allowing the new aim here to talk about communities. You are doing something. You are. Your rescue and people every day. You're taking 5th all on streets every day. You're taking that benefit on the different ways. In the history of our country. In one year, in this country. So what's happening here? Well, Alex Mallorca is the head of the Department of Homeland Security DHS in town, and of course this is just bringing out the anger of the ordinary border patrol agents. And here's border patrol chief raul Ortiz. And he's in Laredo, Texas. And he's sort of trying to calm the border patrol agents and sort of put on a brave face like they're doing the best job they can and they're not having it. So Ortiz is basically saying, well, listen, you know, we're still doing a lot of good work, guys. You know, we're still stopping the fentanyl as best we can. And the border patrol agents are having none of it. They're saying, listen, there's record numbers of fentanyl coming in. They're coming in apparently with the kind of wink wink of the Biden administration. And so what are we even doing here? We can't even use the word illegal. We can't call them illegal aliens. And then, of course, Ortiz goes, well, you call them illegals right now. I'm not firing you, am I? So you've got a guy who's a supervisor, and he's obviously an apparatchik. In other words, he has to represent the Biden administration. He has to pretend like their jobs are not being systematically abused. But I love the line where one of the agents is in effect quoting Edmund Burke. That's exactly what's happening here. Good men are doing nothing.
Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out
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"ortiz" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"A lot, a lot more to David Ortiz's story and why he is to me a slam dunk for cooperstown in 2022. The number one moment in my mind and I think it sticks out in the minds of a lot of Boston Red Sox fans, especially in the city of Boston, was what he did on April 20th, 2013, when first responders and the Watertown police department were being recognized for how they handled the two day shutdown after the Boston city excuse me after the Boston Marathon bombing back on April 13th. And I think what he was able to do and the way he was able to galvanize not just Red Sox fans, but the city of Boston, this is our effing city. And for him to say, and obviously he did not say epping, he actually said the word. We'll keep it family friendly here. This is our effing city. To me, that defines David Ortiz. And that is saying something considering he's the best clutch hitter in the history of Major League Baseball. That's not hyperbole. That's just the way it is. Anybody who watched his 18 year career starting with the twins back in the early 2000s and ending in 2016 with the Red Sox knows that he is the greatest clutch hitter they've ever seen. But the way he galvanized people, I already brought up the moment he galvanized the Red Sox and the dug out in St. Louis and game four of the 2013 World Series. But earlier in that season on April 20th, 2013, David Ortiz was a lot about a lot more than just baseball on that day. And the way galvanized the city, I keep using that word, but I think it's the perfect word for him. Really stuck out in the fans and endeared him to not only Red Sox fans and not only baseball fans, but endeared him to anybody who really felt that Boston had been attacked and you think you're going to make us cower screw off. And that was the perfect time, the perfect moment. David Ortiz against the Kansas City Royals before that game. And even the royals stood up on the edge of their dugout in awe of what the man was doing. Yeah, I mean, he just captured the tone of the moment so perfectly. And you know, you know you kind of got it right when the FCC came out and the FCCs are pretty stingy organization. They really don't let a lot slide and they were like, that's fine. He's good. We're not gonna find anybody for that. So yeah, I have the shirt. This is our all of that. It was a defining moment for the city. You know, forget a defining moment for the Red Sox. You talk about what a big moment it was. Here we are talking about the guy who, like you said, the greatest clutch hitter of all time who, you know, played a huge part in ending the curse. One of the biggest grand slams and.
"ortiz" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"But you can also follow him on Twitter at real Alex barth. All right, back with David Ortiz and the top 5 David Ortiz moments before we do that, I want to go over some amazing statistics. And I'm sure you're very aware of these. Alex. And why I think it's a no brainer that David Ortiz next Tuesday winds up being announced as the, as a part of the cooperstown 2022 class. His career averages. He hit two 86 for his career. He had 541 home runs. He had 1700 over 1700 RBIs. And his career, this is staggering. His career, OBP. I mean, excuse me, OPS. Was 9, 31. Want to know something even more staggering? At the age of 40, his last year in 2016, do you know the numbers Alex? It's over one. I don't remember exactly what it is, but it's the second or third highest of his career. Yeah. It is the well, that's a great question. It is the third highest of his career. He had a 1.066 in 2007 and 1.049 in 2006. He had a 1.021 OPS in 2016, his final year in Major League Baseball at the age of 40. To me, what's even more amazing? He had a league high 48 doubles. He had 38 bombs, and he drove in a 127 RBIs. That is also fourth highest in his career. He had single season highs of a 148 in 2005. He had a 137 in 2006, sitting at a 139 in 2004. A 127 RBIs at the age of 40 in his last four seasons in Major League Baseball. He drove over a hundred drove in over a hundred runs in each and every single season. To me, that is just astounding. Obviously we get to the postseason and his numbers are almost as staggering. His OPS in 85 postseason games, Alex. 9 47. In those 85 postseason games he had 17 home runs and 61 RBIs. Now I've not had the time to break down how many game winning RBIs he had in game winning hence walk offs and whatnot in Major League Baseball. History, but still it's astounding. And I think for those just based on those numbers alone, the man's getting into the Hall of Fame..
Rough Night for Democrats Exposes the Party's Weakness
"Obviously, Democrats are still trying to pass crippling regulations a ridiculous amount of red ink, but they got punched in the face last night. That was a political punch in the face. What does it do to them on the hill, Alfredo Ortiz? How can job creators network dot com help? Yeah, absolutely. Well, this was definitely a referendum on Biden as well, which is I think why the Democrats today are going to be really changing their tune. I think they're going to start changing their playbook, because all that radical woke ism ideas, I think they're going to start seeing that this is not what America wants. They didn't have a mandate to do that. And yesterday clearly, I think, will show that I mean, my gosh, look at New Jersey. I mean, I don't know if they'll pull it off if the GOP pulls that off. But even as close as it is, I don't know about you if you didn't see that one coming, but that just shows you how bad things are. Virginia, though, we're so excited about that. A clear sweep, and when you think about the not only for junkin, but then you've got the first African American black woman that actually is in a leadership role as well as a Cuban, which is amazing. So sweeping all three. I mean, this was a clear sign to the Democrats that those policies that located mentality is not what America want.
Maskless San Francisco Mayor Caught Breaking Health Order at Local Club
"You realize the democrats are capable of. Electing somebody like london breed. Now i know san francisco is wild. I get it it's a it's a. It's a world unto itself. Most americans can't relate in any way shape perform to the antics of san francisco and maybe a great example of that is the woman who runs the city. The mayor so she held a press conference this week over the firestorm of controversy. She's facing her own city ordinance. Which is one of the strictest ordinances in the country requires masks indoors whether you're vaccinated or not now. You got to hear her explanation. This is classic. This is a typical. This is the gavin newsom. French laundry thing all over again. This is chris. Cuomo caught on tape marching through his apartment building without a mask on confronting bicyclist south in his house in the hamptons when he's the middle of fighting kovin. These guys are such a joke but consider this woman. The mayor of one of america's most famous prominence cities. I give you the mayor of san francisco explaining why she violated her own. Strict mask mandate inside the city. Jazz club incredible musicians who performed and who really uplifted the spirits of not just myself but all of the people who were there and from my perspective you know i was there i was eating and i was drinking and i was sitting with my friends and everyone who came in there was vaccinated so the fact that we have turned this into a story about being massless. No i'm not gonna sit in. Put my mask on sip and put my mask on sip input mask on. Eat input my mask on. Well i'm eating and i'm drinking. I'm gonna keep my mask off and yes in in time. Why we're drinking like everyone else. There we were all having a good time and again all vaccinated so the fact that this is even a story. His sad got better. Where's the pit about feeling the spirit. Oh we got the. We left the best part out. She felt the spirit she wanted to move. She was feeling this get them. I'll play that clip. Maybe for alfredo ortiz. Because we let the best part out. She was feeling the spirit. She's having a good time and she was vaccinated. Never mind that. The city ordinance literally requires vaccinated people to wear a mask indoors. But she's the mayor
US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas
"The U. S. is flying Haitians camped in a Texas border town back to their homeland them blocking others from crossing the border from Mexico more than three hundred and twenty migrants arrived in port au prince on three flights yesterday in Haiti said six flights were expected tomorrow in all U. S. authorities moved to expel many of the more than twelve thousand migrants camped around the bridge in del Rio Texas after crossing from Mexico it's a massive show of force that signals the beginning of what could be one of America's swiftest large scale expulsions of migrants or refugees in decades chief role Ortiz with U. S. border patrol we're working around the clock to expeditiously move migrants out of the heat elements monitor sprays through our processing facilities in order to quickly process and remove individuals for the United States consistent with our laws and our policy according to an official who spoke on condition of anonymity the U. S. plans to begin seven expulsion flights daily on Wednesday to Haiti I'm Julie Walker
Buddy Foy Jr. Debuts New Radio Show to Protect Business Owners
"While ago. I had a chance to talk to buddy foyt junior. How how little did i know. He was going to become a threat to my radio existence with his own radio show. He's now the radio host of the buddy foy junior show which is a really big deal. We're thrilled to welcome back. The owner of two restaurants. One in florida one in new york. The one in new york is legendary chateau on the lake lake george. Then there's one on the west coast of florida the chateau anna maria. But there's plans to expand this multi award winning entrepreneur is now a radio star host of the buddy junior show. Please don't take away. The mike gallagher show slot buddy. Don't get that good mike. I i got a long way ahead of me. Even get close to that my friend. You've got a nice set up though. I love that you're doing this. This is really cool. We're gonna talk about the show in just a minute. It airs saturdays ten. Am on the answer in sarasota on m. nine thirty and fm ninety three point seven fm then in new york on the answer. Am nine seventy. Everyone can listen online. Live and on the podcast buddy. Tell us all about your new show. Listen the new show is really who knew the politics and business would collide the way. It is right so had to put my hat ring. What's going on and how the government is now involved in our businesses. We need a voice. And i unfortunately during this whole kobe thing we were able to get a ton of a pr and the emails and phone calls my customers come in and we serve over forty. Five fifty thousand customers are a summer. Well they're just saying listen. Get out there more. We want to hear more about what's going on in your world. 'cause we had no idea how hard it was abuna small entrepreneur in today's environment. So we're going to cover that gas on talk about it but the collision of politics and business which frankly i never thought would be at the pinnacle that it's outright. It's incredible the way these they've intersected. I'm spending a lot of time with my friends. The job creators network next thursday event in tampa With governor rhonda santa's with larry elder alfredo ortiz. I'm going to be on stage. We're going to be at the how the grand hyatt and tampa bay People can get tickets at the answer. Tampa dot com. Because it's a. It's coming up thursday night. September the twenty third and buddy. We're focused like a laser on the way small business owners have been crushed by the biden administration. It's not getting any better. it's getting worse so h- you know. How do we fight back. We need voices like yours. We need buddy for junior all over the country. And and i'm thrilled about about this broadcast because i mean you. You cannot overstate how small business owners are hurting. Right now buddy and it doesn't feel like this administration is doing a pardon. my language. A damn thing to help
Derek Jeter Is Intrinsic to the Story of Baseball
"Era, baseball is a story, beginning to end. You can not tell the story of a baseball that Derek Jeter's extremely meaningful contributions. He owns signature moment after a signature moment. If you're not a fan of the Yankees, I understand why you wouldn't want to watch them again. I don't want to watch David Ortiz's home runs, but Derek Jeter is intrinsic to the fabric of the game from 1995 to roughly 2012. He deserves to be celebrated. He would be and I'm gonna go one, I'm gonna go one more here. People say Jeter wouldn't be celebrating the same manner if he played in Kansas City or Milwaukee. I'm gonna go another level and say he would be much more celebrated if he'd played against the city or Milwaukee and was just as great. Do you see what they say about George Brett? He is the leader of an entire generation of fans for the entire Midwest. People think George Bret is unimpeachably a God. If they're generated play one of these small cities and won one to two World Series surrounded by good teams in these tinier baseball towns, he would be he would be the first 101 percenter Hall of Famer. He suffers from being a Yankee because people have Yankee fatigue. That's my hottest take it and I'm putting that on you. Do you agree or disagree? I agree with CCC Matthew played a half season with the brewers and he's still a legend there. Like he's gonna get a statue. Yeah. Derek Jeter, I mean, it's hilarious because now all of a sudden when people have whole definitive Hall of Fame cases and it's someone you don't like. Then we're gonna dive into the contrarian statistics. And we're gonna look at advanced defensive stats and how they weren't that great. And why that should knock him down a peg as one of the all time greats. I and that's the same people who will argue that that, you know, if you don't have enough championships, why do you deserve to be in the hall fame? It's just every argument is to satisfy the
"ortiz" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I mean he's shown as his fights have gone a little bit longer. Fifth sixth rounds. He's been just as strong justice. Powerful just as tough but kavalyauskas the type of guy that i mean look. He took turns crawford into the eighth round of that fight on. Say nine ninety nine around of that fight. He's he's a tough guy. If you can go nine rows turns crawford you should be able to go nine rounds of virgil ortiz. He dropped crawford. Hurt crawford didn't call that a game plan that fight like no no. No no no see. This is the thing. Kvass fought a patient fight. he wasn't throwing the punches. You normally throws. He wasn't aggressive because he he he gave a different. Look to crawford crawford was was you know turned off or switched off by that but then of course he turned it on once. He got rock. That's what champions do kavalyauskas tricky fighter. I mean he's a strong experience. Fighter has timing the number one thing with fighters that are strong and and our experienced like like. I've lost this timing. He has the power he has strengthened experienced two-time olympian..
4 Pillars to Create Financial Freedom With Eric Ortiz
"Eric brother. Welcome to the superman. Life banks by the yemen. I'm a. I'm really fired up to date. It's a conversation. I've really been looking forward to to happen for a while. I think it's something we talk about. You know we talk about making money on the show. Ally interviewed a lot of successful entrepreneurs. I talk about the five ass of building a superman life in finance really being right there in the dead middle so i'm real excited to get in today and really talk about how people can create financial freedom and what to do with your money wants to start making it so as those are watching on youtube could see. I took this conversation a little bit serious. I got dressed up for today. Rocking the rocking the unarmed polo. Where we're ready man. I think where. I want to start though and this is a question that thousands of people are sitting on the edge of their seat to get the answer to this keeping. You've been professional athlete. You played a couple of years in the nfl. You had a little stint here with the tampa bay storm. You know obviously playing linebacker in college. You've been around incredible athletes your entire life. My first question. Eric is what is it like being teammates with frank rich. And what is your greatest memory of our championship winning softball sees okay man. I is a novel question. I'm so glad you asked that First of all I team to the great frank. Rich was blessing You know he brought it in the muscle brought in the four of clean up their position and Mad at first the first season we played a you remember that man what our team was great but we could have some improvements during the offseason. We recruited We got some good athletes on our team and the second is last following season man in return and it was a phenomenal phenomenal season. You had a couple of home runs. I let off the probably one the biggest lead off. Henry's out there willing mobile team. That rela only lost two games in the regular season in two years way back and those two did they lost was to own squad baby so it was awesome man it was It was a great time to develop relationship and and to learn from whether they do. And how you impact people all across the world brother
Ryu Pitches 7 Masterful Innings, Blue Jays Beat Red Sox 8–0
"Charles bankrupted eighteen hits the red the red Sox eight nothing in Dunedin Florida Vladimir Guerrero junior Telstra Hernandez and Ortiz guerrilla junior had three hits apiece in the victory or Randall Grichuk hit a two run home run in the eighth inning of all star reliever Matt Andriese his seventh of the season blue jays starter hundred review had another solid start going seven innings scattering just four hits while striking out seven he was record improves to foreign to Eduardo Rodriguez one five he took the loss to fall to five in two I'm John at the rate
'Jersey Shore' Star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro Arrested for Domestic Violence
"Confirm that jersey shore star ronnie ortiz. Magro has been arrested for domestic violence specifically on charges of intimate partner violence with injury. This comes as ronnie remains on probation for a separate domestic violence case involving his ex girlfriend a source close to ronnie tells us she was not involved in this incident late yesterday. His attorney told us we've just learned of the new allegations against ronnie and needs some additional time to further. Investigate as such. We will not be making any other statements at this time.
Bodycam Video Shows Chicago Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Boy
"Video has been released of the shooting death by police of a 13 year old boy in Chicago and officer is heard yelling. Drop it at Adam Toledo before he was shot. A still frame taken from the jumping nighttime footage appears to show Toledo wasn't holding anything and had his hands up or partially up. His family's attorney, Adina Weiss, Ortiz says it doesn't matter if the teenagers a choir boy or involved in untoward activity. The fact of the matter is that he was walking in the street, and he was shut shot unarmed before the video was released. Chicago Mere Lori Lightfoot choking up a times call for calm. We can't have that be. What are young people experience in our city? It will take all of us to turn this around. The mayor's in Chicago is traumatized by a long history of police, violence and misconduct. I'm Ed Donahue
Chicago officials call for release of video showing fatal police shooting of 13-year-old
"Of a 13 year old shot and killed by Chicago. Police wants answers. Police say Adam Toledo was killed Monday in the Little Village neighborhood after what the department called an armed confrontation. Adina Weiss, Ortiz's attorney for the Toledo family, says they don't have all the information at this time. The mother wants to know the truth of all facts surrounding the death of her son, and we hope that this time that should be able to get it. This time. We understand that she'll have a meeting next week In reviewing the video, Police Superintendent David Brown and Mayor Lori Lightfoot are calling for release of the body cam video of the fatal shooting. Copa says it's researching all legal avenues. Agency policy is to release all video within 60 days.
Family demands answers after Chicago police shoot 13 year old
"Of a a 13 13 year year old old shot shot and and killed killed by by Chicago. Chicago. Police Police wants wants answers. answers. Police Police say say Adam Adam Toledo Toledo was was killed killed Monday Monday in in the the Little Little Village Village neighborhood neighborhood after after what what the the department department called called an an armed armed confrontation. confrontation. Adina Adina Weiss, Weiss, Ortiz's Ortiz's attorney attorney for for the the Toledo Toledo family, family, says says they they don't don't have have all all the the information information at at this this time. time. The The mother mother wants wants to to know know the the truth truth of of all all facts facts surrounding surrounding the the death death of of her her son, son, and and we we hope hope that that this this time time that that should should be be able able to to get get it. it. This This time. time. We We understand understand that that she'll she'll have have a a meeting meeting next next week week In In reviewing reviewing the the video, video,
Journalists allowed inside facility for migrant children at US-Mexico border
"The Biden administration for the first time allowed news media inside of Customs and Border protection facility facing unprecedented overcrowding due to the recent surge of migrant Children and families. Media were allowed inside a temporary tent facility and Donna Texas, Border Patrol deputy chief Raul Ortiz told ABC officers are doing what they can. We've got some caregivers that you know, are pouring their heart and soul working 12 hours and days, seven days a week to make sure that the unaccompanied Children are being taken care of the facility meant to hold 250 people had a population of more than 4100 as of
First News Media Allowed Inside Overcrowded Migrant Facility Under Biden
"To manage the flow of unaccompanied migrant Children, says Border Patrol deputy chief for All Ortiz. We want to keep Children in our custody longer than we have to, So if we can reduce that time that they're in our custody and transfer them to the other agencies, I think that will make us a much better agency, The Biden administration for the first time allow journalists inside its main border housing facility for migrant Children, revealing Severe overcrowding. N B. A
"ortiz" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"He's very smart Is he's patients. But he's explosive. And the final factor that tops. It all off is does he. Have a gin. And that's hopefully. We won't find out saturday night. But that's the million dollar west. What was the first time you got hit as a professional fighter you took your first real shots I actually got dropped. The flash knockdown with violence twilight believe it was. I might have been a fourth or fifth fight. It was in arizona. He hit me with a left hook. I went down. There was a flash knockdown. I wasn't very I strongly feel that. I have a chin but there's fighters at get hit and their legs just turn into jello. So that's what we have to find out saturday night or hopefully ever with. Virgil this fateh. You know when he gets hit how is he gonna react. We can't look past maury secret all because he's very good only loss to ramirez. But you know there is turns crawford out there and that conversation has been ongoing amongst media types like myself with ortiz and crawford. Do you believe that fight is realistic. I mean it's a nice thing to think about. I guess on paper crawford doesn't have a lot going on this year. Ortiz wants it sometime this year. But you've talked to top rank. You know terence crawford a little bit i mean. How realistic is it that we could see ortiz in crawford fight before the end of the year. It's very real Talking about better. i'm having lunch with him at his home in beverly hills We were talking about Fights that we can make one thing about me. And bobby is that. We're not afraid to make fights habit of fights that the fans wanted to see at the we obviously talked about Virgil crawford we talked about ryan arcia versus female We talked to pow. Adverse is is is rising star in the middleweight division. I believe he's from puerto. Rico or new york was some noise. So there's there's many possibilities that many fights that we can make at the thing is that we're not afraid to make them. We wanna make dissolve the fights that at that fans deserves. What do you think crawford wants a fight like that. I think that. If i was in crawford's position i would say while. What has he accomplished. Star. who is he you know who has a You know but look if nobody wants to fight to now at were were presenting to you. A a rising star in bridge ortiz. Why not take the fight. It's gonna be a great fight in. I mean that's my attitude has a promoter. Maybe it's wrong. Maybe it's right. But i always think as a fighter i if you were turns crawford would you take on virgil ortiz..
"ortiz" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Fortunately this weekend. I don't know if the judge is gonna be necessary in the main event virgil ortiz. Mojokerto big hitters at welterweight and start with virgil teas and this being a step up type of fight for him. It reminds me a lot of ryan garcia against luke campbell a true barometer type of fight for garcia. This is a former world champion in hooker. Still very much as prime. Great trainer behind him in brian mcintyre. What was it about this fight that you felt made the right one for ortiz. Because you did have to go out and sign maury sukkur to make this happen right. I mean verge. Authorities has been passing every single test. You know we've been stepping up You know not slowly and surely but he's been taking some nice so nice leaps and bounds towards towards at championship level. Meeting is i mean. Obviously a fiber is always as good as he is always as good as last fight but virgil keeps on passing those tests with flying others and so we thought about the murray soccer because he has the style to give virgil problems. He has the style to to to confuse. Virgil he's never face maurice's style he's very slick. He's fast he has a. He has experience of his ring. Generalship is is on point So i think. I think despite year could be a major step in brussels career and if he wins we move onto the championship level. So that's exactly what we're hoping for. You guys have matched him. I think really well over the last couple of years in terms of showing him different things you showed him marisha harare. A guy that had never been stopped and he went out there. It stopped him in the third round or tonio roscoe. A very good puncher somebody. That's pretty accurate with his shots. Stopped him in the sixth round. Even brad solomon a mover. Somebody had to track down in the ring. He stopped him in that fight as well. What is it about hooker is that is there a new dimension to hooker that that ortiz is going to see for the first time. I think I think maurice is a is. His lane is is reach. He's a tall fighter. I didn't know he was taller than virgil That can present problems. And just the fact that he's slip he can think in the ring. He's not just a brawler. He walks but he has power. So you know the fact that he has crawford's corner for the first time it is gonna be you know site. Logic is gonna be a little bit in the playoff factor in in this fight saturday night. So you take all those variables you take all in all that into consideration. And it's it's a whole new. Look virgil and that's exactly what we want to present. Is nick sure that he He's aware that you know. There's all these styles that he has to get through in order to get to the top so if he beats a maurice so hooker impressively. I think i think sky's the limit for virgil I can honestly say that. He's ready for any talk guy. World are there any unknowns for you with verge lord tease at this point. I mean he's been through sixteen professional fights he's picked up sixteen knockouts. Are there things about him that you still need to learn in the ring. Well i mean the most important one is when he gets hit housing react. You know that that's the most important that you when you have a fighter who is complete fighter like virgil that he has power he has speeds. Yes ring generalship. He can think in the ring..
"ortiz" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"It would you can do is just drop the belt fight. Someone like carlos quadros and didn't have the winners fight each other fighters dropping belts ma'am. They earned him. We we got there we we we got to this position to get and money and you asked me to drop any money can talk. You literally just said that the only way that he can get gonzalez in a rematch. Right away is drops the belt. That's the only way to get wrong beside has an agreement to get the opportunity to fight. Wbz title so what is it. I thought you were talking about. Drop the belt and fight song. Besides you fight song besides and keep the belt drop the belt kansallis just wbz fargo dolls drop drop. The ball dropped that bell. Because i mean the trilogy not their belt. That's that's what they're fighting for their fighting for legacy so it's pretty much wasn't fighting for money. There's way more money fighting for money so we'll either got a million dollars for that fight below that can probably get close to that in this Third fight depending on what the numbers look like From viewership but does way more money in like when you called both called the estrada so wrong beside back in two thousand nineteen. There wasn't a lot of drama to that estrada one pretty clearly in my mind so i don't know that there's a real general interest in seeing third fight between those two. I agree and i think a strategies of one of the best boxer punchers in boxing. Right now i love that song. This mean membrane. Kenny did actually manage. You're the only one that seems to be not on that. I was on that on that yet but it was me and brian praising is tell you how beautiful it was. What the hell do you remember what i was saying. I forget what you say. Then what is what you taught. I watched my telecasts. I repeat because you're so vain and this podcast so annoying all right. Let's talk about what we're here to watch this weekend. Virgil ortiz. murray soccer love despite love exact. same way i love ryan garcia versus luke campbell. Where you have one guy. The promising prospect virgil. Tease was the consensus two thousand nineteen prospect of the year versus maury sukkur. Who is probably a better. Version of luke campbell. He's got a world title. He's comfortable physically in his wake. You saw them at the press conference earlier this week. Standing face to face hookers bigger like a couple of inches. Bigger it looks like than virgil ortiz and has had a lot of good power hitter. Forty pounds what do you make of this. Fight hookers bigger. He's told her collar. That's because Verge ortiz is a really big one. Forty pounder as lanky as hooker. No no but it's a fantastic match. I'm looking forward to this. A former champion vs guys knocked out everybody He's faced but the style matchup is why we should be excited. Because hooker even losing with With the ramirez firefight. It was fight of the year type and there was close. It was a close fight before he got stopped. You know ramirez is probably ahead but hooker was. He probably wanted to three runs in what six fight seven. It was a great fight. I think we're gonna see something similar with ortiz. I don't think it goes into the second half of the fight. I don't think hooker he to use that eighty inch reach advantage. I don't think he's gonna be able to do it for twelve rounds but he has the power to also stop ortiz so he has that lanky power. He has the boxing ability. It's it's something that. I don't know who wins fight. Of course we we're going favor ortiz because of the power in streak and and everything else but hooker is with the new trainer. He's training along..
"ortiz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Ortiz about the positive steroid test may want to ask does it all of I think you will this call him because I like him yep he's super likeable and and now even more so after what happened to him yeah just a few months ago overcoming that I wanna be depreciating the stitching when it comes to well that situation yeah there's there's some story I don't have to wait but I'm just saying when it when it comes to information being put forth out there what if he'd like some of that information about who shot him it was set up you know in Boston are dated when he came out and said this is our F. in city that was a major moment up there major moment L. L. well how are you what's going on nothing have a judge yeah all right on the time five red rock no really I'll do bad side I guess what panties move it dies then stand still for no man yeah okay those six o'clock right on that same way two o'clock that the darkness is coming tomorrow yeah and then it's going to come the next day and then I'll die hopefully a third day yeah like it's some happened I was open for like starting the show in a dark note starting to show with an understanding of our mortality I was get a little who knows what'll happen next I think you should all stay tuned the grass I will I'll talk to you tomorrow tomorrow morning ten AM all right that is that is the plan T. K. B. nacs V. sports later now on the my rod.
"ortiz" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Welcome outside lines. Clinton case today, we had north to see if the warriors can keep their dynasty alive. We've got a game seven coming in Boston pretty soon in major league baseball offered up, not one but two rare delicacies yesterday. I a baseball legend is fighting for his life. That's the big story where in the Dominican Republic. Former Red Sox slugger in three time World Series champion David Ortiz, was shot Sunday night in a hospital after a bullet ripped through his abdomen during an ambush at a club news out of Santo Domingo overnight kept many of his fans nervous as it wasn't clear. Exactly what his condition was. According to reports or DC is expected to recover. The thing is, it's almost impossible to overstate poppies importance to baseball overall beloved in his home country will never buy another beer again at Boston, he's been embassador for the game. Like so we don't have anymore. But that said the situation is brought out, poppy supporters in droves, the gunman has been identified, but we won't know how much damage was done. Until Adi's is released. ESPN baseball reporter indicated Haas is has the latest insensitive. You go in the Dominican Republic, and you can't just tell me about what you're seeing on the ground. How people are reacting in the news of poppies condition. Now they join gray recovering outdoors Bengo, solid, say finance ago, his gray. He's big ditch on maybe his count CLYDE to Boston because Red Sox playing ball. Maybe a riding around seventeen it those abound, silex baby or ready. All these external right now. All right. How are the people feeling I mean is the vibe positive negative quickly of, how do you think people are taking this? People. Because it ceases to be popularized. Great, hugh. He's all talk to you about it as something of money. Maybe. Does you every do Greg Java kids ways? Old people, the whole island, maybe or like kid, our guys know, like outside that they country guy. He's town guys for the border. Right now in shop. Everybody go. Much. All right. Thank you only. Get hustle from Dominican Republic right now return to ESPN MLB reporter Jeff passan. Definitely ask you say top. When I heard this news, what did you think what was your reaction to somebody who's been around the game for so long? Shock sadness. You know, I think all of the things that people in Boston, and in south of the Mingo in the rest of the Dominican Republic and really in the baseball world, we're feeling David Ortiz, brings out a very specific type of emotion in people. And it's one that leads you to smile. It's because he's got this big bright, genuine smile, this enormous aura that just care that he carries every day. And to think that somebody so larger than life could be targeted like that. It was just a lot of sadness. I think and especially when when the early reports that came out Clinton didn't exactly dovetail with what actually did happen. One of the things that I think people lose sight over dividend. Is that as Paul player, it's arguable? And he is somewhat underrated. He played. For the most part. And there's a lot of discussion as to whether or not that's going to get a guy in the hall of fame of this third. But what do you think about his contribution to the game simply as a player actual own field standpoint? I mean, we have to remember David Ortiz was more or less a failed prospect with the Minnesota Twins and ended up in Boston on a flyer. And to turn into arguably I- arguably because there's a good argument to be made. But arguably the most beloved athlete in the history of Boston sports and we're talking Ted Williams and we're talking Tom Brady. We're talking Carly Trump's game. We're talking Bill Russell and Larry Bird, like there's some dudes in that category. And for big Papi to be mentioned in the same breath as those, and beyond the Boston sports mount Rushmore shows the impact that he had he was front and center in the two thousand four championship. He was there and seventy was there until I mean, you know, he was there throughout the Red Sox dynasty, that has Berge and over the last decade and a half. And the Boston Red Sox of this era are David Ortiz's, Boston. Red Sox quickly. Have we heard anything about with? The Red Sox are going to do in terms of what they've said to the to the fans or you know how they're gonna handle this report. Well, the Red Sox put a statement out last night wishing him. Well and saying this centrally they had heard what the situation was and is in Rick ages reported the Red Sox are sending a plane down to the Dominican Republican hopes that David Ortiz will be transferred up to Boston. Now, things could change. You never know what his conditions going to be. But at this point, that is indeed the plan. And I think just like everybody in baseball. The Boston Red Sox want David Ortiz, to get better. Let's get to my favorite moment of the weekend. Okay. Mad bum max munti max takes that bum out mad bomb tries to tell him wanna hit a home or if you just get around the basis, MAC says you want me to stop the ball? Go get it out of the ocean. This was a great moment. And it embodied what the old school, the new school was. How would have you heard about this in clubhouses and locker rooms regarding this? Encounter. Is it? Okay. That I'm all right with this Clinton. Oh, yeah. I'm super okay. With these cool that I can see both sides kind of I understand. Madison. Bumgarner is a really tough guy, and he doesn't like anybody. Staring at home runs. But at the same time he gets angry when he gives up a home run. Alright with that.