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"patrick kibble" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Padres four, Cardinals three Padres trying to sweep the Syriza with the wind and I picture for ST Louis. He's right hander Ryan Helmsley 26 years of age 30 years in the big leagues for the Cardinals has a 4 76 April 18 relief appearances this year. Padres. They're sending up the bottom third of their order some Kim Patrick Kidd of the hand and then the pictures, Kim has struck out, walked with the bases loaded, made a couple of nice defensive praise. He leaves an impression on you, That's for sure beside him to a four year deal, Really with no Firm position. He's the backup. He's the utility infielder with Machado and Tutti said Crone and worth Her speech from Hell's Lee's down low Ball one. But remember, tha t said the shoulder thing earlier in the season, and now he's on the covert. I yell, so Kim getting a chance to play. Maybe more than expected. And as they say in baseball, these things have a way of working themselves out. Unfortunately, people always wind up on the I l wanna know in the dirt ball, too. Even more. So with the covert, I'll Dan. It's like just normal circumstances. That's gonna happen. But you have an added element as the Padres are experiencing right now. Absolutely, guys, you're going to play pictures. They're going to come up from the minors or the all Zeit. This is not a 26 man sport. Not even close. Not these days for three San Diego on the two, OT Kim inside corner for a strike. Two in one Kim's a right handed batter, and he's kind of up on the toes of his left foot and he very slowly and gently kind of lifts his foot up. He's toe tapping a little bit, and it feels like a timing mechanism. Singing is he waits for the picture to begin his wind up. Yeah, whatever it takes. Big swinging, Mr 96 2 and to your pitch recognition is so key with leg kick because Once you recognize the pitch that determines how quickly you're gonna get that foot down. If you see the hump in the pitch out of the hand and it's a breaking ball, you're not going to get it down as quickly. If you do get it down. You're just hoping you don't slide forward your hands stay back and you still have a chance to get it big swinging a foul back to stay alive. Remind me what was your front leg leg kick situation. When you were heading in the big leagues, it really went from it back to it. Yeah, I was making it up as I went, then, girl, Let's try this now, I usually I started usually with an open stance. And, um, just like I like to get both eyes on the baseball. And then, as the picture, you know, went into his wind up squared up to home plate, but just kind of gave me that rhythm. Everybody's looking for some type of movement so that you're not going from like this dead standstill. To swing and a miss, says Kim chases a breaking ball on the outside part of the plate. One down. Whatever that is for each guy. What's that rhythm that they could start It start to get into the flow to where their swing needs to be. Sometimes the leg kick can be really good for hitter. It's just Always getting that front foot down on time. That's why when guys will struggle a bit, you may see them eliminate the stride so that it just takes one less thing out of it for a little while and they go back to contact And then once they get going Then they can loosen things up a little bit. Now Patrick Kibble a hand to strike out the sac fly as he takes a fastball just down it away pretty good looking pitch, but it's not called a strike. All one. Did you ever go like to a big leg kick for any, you know, sustained period of time..
"patrick kibble" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Kick because once you recognize the pitch that determines how quickly you're going to get that foot down, If you see the Hump in the pitch out of the hand and it's a breaking ball. You're not gonna get it down as quickly but if you do, get it down, you're just hoping you don't slide forward your hands stay back and you still have a chance to get it. Big swinging a foul back to stay alive. Remind me what was your Front leg leg kick situation When you were heading in the big leagues Now it really went from bad to. It was making it up as I went down, girls try this now. Usually I started usually with an open stance and dumb just like I like to get both eyes on the baseball And then as the picture went into his wind up, squared off to home plate, but just kind of gave me that rhythm. Everybody's looking for some type of movement so that you're not going from like this dead standstill. To swing and a miss, says Kim chases a breaking ball on the outside part of the plate. One down. Whatever that is for each guy. What's that rhythm that they could start It start to get into the flow to where their swing needs to be. Sometimes the leg kick can be really good for hitter. It's just Always getting that front foot down on time. That's why when guys will struggle a bit, you may see them eliminate the stride so that it just takes one less thing out of it for a little while and they go back to contact And then once they get going And they can loosen things up a little bit. Patrick Kibble, a hand a strikeout,.
"patrick kibble" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Will make his fourth major league start tonight? In Ryan Weathers? It's a big leaguer son, who's very comfortable in a major league ballpark on a major league mound, Having Grown up and watched his dad David Weathers, perform this kid. I mean, he's not pitched above able but pitched in the post season last year for the Padres pitched effectively. Just a short stint. But then this year is well off to a really good start to and one of the 10.81 e R. A making a sports start of the season. Tonight He's got a three quarter arm angle slot, really gets in on righties, runs it away from lefties, and we will tell you a lot more about Weathers over the course of the evening, But it's the Padres have taken the field. Let's bring you now to tonight's starting lineups. For this Sunday night game at Petco Park for the Cardinals leading off its second base. Tommy Edmund, batting second in right field, Dylan Carlson. Paul Goldschmidt will bat third and play first base in the cleanup hitter is the third baseman Nolan Ah, Renato. Adding 15 catching Yadier Molina, Tyler O'Neill in left field, batting sixth, batting seventh and center field. Harrison Bater, hitting eighth at shortstop at a Mondo Sosa and batting ninth and pitching for the Cardinals tonight. Kwon Young Kim Or the Padres. Their leadoff manage their center fielder Trent Grisha, batting 2nd and 3rd base. Manny Machado, number three hitter was the first baseman Jake Cronin worth and in the cleanup spot again tonight is the left fielder Tommy Fan. Batting fifth and catching Austin Nolan off a huge game last night in a lopsided win for the Padres, hitting of the six spot at second base to Kapita Marcano, one of the call ups because of all the covert issues. Adding seven the shortstop Hassan Kim, batting eighth in right field, Patrick Kibble a hand another one of the call ups automatic nine. Pitching a guy we started talking about 21 year old Ryan Weathers as singing mentioned the son of a big leaguer. His dad, David Weathers, pitch for 19 years in the major leagues for nine different teams. Very good right handed reliever. Ryan is a lefty. He is too and one with an E. R a of Oh 81 in his big league career eight appearances, three starts 22 a third innings on Lee. Nine hits allowed. Has walked seven and struck out 20. He actually made his major league debut in the playoffs last year when a scoreless inning in a third entered appearance against the Dodgers and the division, Syriza. But he is getting a lot more experience here in 2000 and 21 ready to go in the first pitch of the ball game is a fastball in there for a called strike. Greg Gibson is the home plate umpire tonight. Tommy Edmund leads it off for the Cardinals to switch hitter batting for the right side against the left hander Weathers as another fastball comes in, But this one's a little bit down and in Ball and a strike to Edmund, who was sitting 2 73 with a couple of home runs on the season. Maybe this is a meaningful stat singing. Maybe it is not 11 bounced into and one but when Edmund scores a run, the Cardinals are 17 and one on the season, the only loss was on Friday night. That's interesting. I mean, I guess you'd say when you look at who comes up behind him. 21 is popped up and it looks like it'll stay in play in foul territory for the catcher Nolan just to the first base side of the plate will make the catch one down. How about Austin Nola's starting at first base last night home Oring driving in six, and now he's behind the plate tonight. It's a busy weekend felt Chase Tinkler told us yesterday. Just how these guys are, you know, in the absence of some of the key players with the covert I l Injured list. They are rolling up the sleeves, lacing up the spikes and saying, Hey, how can I help us win and I think that's exactly what we're seeing. Dylan Carlson, the.
"patrick kibble" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Then this year is well off to a really good start to and one of the 10.81 e R a making a sports start of the season. Tonight he's got a three quarter arm angle slot really gets in on righties runs it away from lefties. And we will tell you a lot more about Weathers over the course of the evening. That is the potteries have taken the field. Let's bring you now to tonight's starting lineups for this Sunday night game at Petco Park for the Cardinals leading off its second base, Tommy Edmund. Having second in right field. Dylan Carlson. Paul Goldschmidt will bat third and play first base in the cleanup hitter is the third baseman Nolan are Renato, Batting fifth and catching Yadier Molina. Tyler O'Neill in left field, batting sixth, batting seventh and center field. Harrison Bater, hitting eighth at shortstop at a Mondo Sosa. And batting ninth and pitching for the Cardinals tonight. Kwon Young Kim for the Padres, Their leadoff manage their center fielder Trent Grisha, batting 2nd and 3rd base. Manny Machado, number three hitter was the first baseman Jake Cronin worth The cleanup spot again tonight is the left fielder Tommy Fan, batting fifth and catching Austin Nolan off a huge game last night in a lopsided win for the Padres, hitting of the six spot at second base. To Kapita Marcano, one of the call ups because of all the covert issues, batting seventh shortstop Hassan Kim. Batting eighth in right field, Patrick Kibble a hand another one of the call ups. Automatic nine. Good pitching a guy we started talking about. 21 year old Ryan Weathers as singing mentioned the son of a big leaguer. His dad, David Weathers pitch for 19 years. In the major leagues for nine different teams. Very good. Right handed. Reliever Ryan is a lefty. He is too and one with an E R A of Oh, 81. It is big League career eight appearances, three starts. 22 a third innings on Lee nine hits allowed. He has walked seven and struck out 20. He actually made his major league.
"patrick kibble" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And the ESPN and Seven to the Padres lead the Cardinals bottom of the sixth inning. Let's pause 10 seconds for station identification. You're listening to Major League baseball on ESPN Radio and the ESPN. And showman Chris Singleton Cardinals and the Padres. San Diego up. 72 Left hander Tyler Webb is sort of the game now for the Cardinals he pitched in last night's game. In an inning in a third gave up run, walked a couple of batters. He has made 15 appearances for the Cardinals this year. Covering 10 and two thirds innings and singing. He's walked 14 guys in those 10 and two thirds innings almost in Area 12 29 pitches thrown last night, so he's got some work to do three batters or Get through this any. It's a started off against the lefty. So that should help. He needs a groundball. Dan absolutely does run in on the R B I single by Machado, 1st and 2nd. Nobody out. Matt Carpenter is coming to the game. The Cardinals as well. So Mike showed his double switched. Carpenter is in the nine spot on you could put the pitcher Web In Max more off spot in the seventh spot of the Cardinal lineup. There's a first pitch in for a strike to the left hand hitting Jake Cronin words who said a nice night. Used two for two with a walk in a couple of runs scored already. Patrick Kibble, a hand is in the on deck circle for the Padres in their cleanup spot. That's where the pitcher's spot is now for San Diego. You want to swing it a papa? On this will be on the left side of the infield. The infield fly rule is in effect, admin will make the catch one down. No,.
"patrick kibble" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Or go right to our website for the comprehensive list on a global scale because any luck at all you actually might be traveling again soon speaking of traveling again soon I talked about this earlier in the show what we've seen so many countries announced that they're opening but it's like the old military parade will get them to say take two steps forward not you Jones well we're Jones because not everybody wants us to come with the surgeon coronavirus cases almost all across the country at least in twenty six states that are spiking R. and considering that the United States has banned the European Union countries from having their own citizens visit the United States the issue is more likely than not to basically put a ban on Americans flying to Europe right now right now there are many countries that do have a fourteen day quarantine should you go but this may go worse than that so stay tuned will certainly next week have an update on that but one of the other things or talk about about your rights as a passenger so many of you and you know because we talk about on the show so many of you have emailed me or called me because you booked a flight somewhere in Europe and you may have done it last November December January February needless to say you didn't get to go on that trip the airline canceled it and then it was like good luck getting a refund no we're not talking about U. S. airlines and we're not talking about airlines have flights either to the U. S. or from the US or even within the U. S. I'm talk about airlines it would go to a story between London and Barcelona that you know our European based airlines and some of them you heard of like Lufthansa of some of the maybe you haven't like Pegasus the bottom line is there is a European Union regulation allow which basically mirrors the regulation we have in this country from the DOT which allows you to get a full refund if that airline cancels first well very few of those airlines have participated and have abided by that rule and that brings me to my next yes he's the general secretary of opera he is the association of passenger rights advocates based in Brussels Patrick kibbles Patrick thank you for joining thank you for having me so you heard by introduction I'm sure you're hearing similar complaints over on your side of the pond yes absolutely where were flooded with complaints every day because airlines of course they're suffering they're struggling because of corona virus but so are passengers to and that they need their money back and they're not getting it back and our lines of course are making up all kinds of reasons not to pay out but can they be held liable or responsible to do the right thing but I absolutely I mean the day European regulation that which is easy to six one dealing with passenger rights era passenger I speak that it's there and it said it didn't force and so what what error lines have been doing and supported by member states in many cases it's just ignoring the European law and for instance they're offering vouchers which isn't at all an ideal situation to most travelers are not all of them are frequent travelers and a large number of travelers are also struggling financially someone lost their job and others have reduced income so they need their money back but our alliance they are not paying them back they're just giving them a voucher and acting in most cases like they don't have a right to be reimbursed they have to accept a voucher which is just not correct and the thing is even though the rules there nobody's like pounding on the door the airlines to say pay up well it robin is that it the European Commission sort of is there they they keep reiterating that the law is there and that it's that it's you can circumvent the law the problem is that certain member states are supporting the R. Allen's some of them have a large stake in the airline so it makes sense that they do it I mean it's not it's not okay that they do it but it makes sense from their point of view but the airlines they're basically given a carte Blanche because some of that member states are telling them or telling the the national enforcement bodies not to take action so the basic basically then do whatever they want without being penalized now the European Commission I sat on the fifteenth of may that this is no longer acceptable not that it was acceptable before but this time they're telling them if you do this there will be consequences and slowly we're seeing that the behavior of our lines is changing but they're still finding all kinds of tricks not to pay the passengers so it's a very dire situation and this is one area where you get involved in your organization for people listening to the show it makes it very difficult if they're based in the United States to get any of these airlines even to respond to them so my suggestion is Ben and and I'm not a lawyer and I don't play one on TV but if any of these airlines have sales agents in the United States or sales offices or if you book this ticket online through a U. S. an online travel agent or through another travel agent as a last resort you can go to small claims court and sue that seller because that's where the sale occurred and as long as the claim is not for over seven thousand five hundred dollars you're probably gonna prevail because most of the judges in small claims court right now or I should say many of them are probably trying to get their own refunds can't get a yeah of course now in your head it's not the case you have to go to the airline because they're in there ultimately liable because they carry out the flight the the travel agents they they can't be held liable for for the mistakes of the airline but the airlines are supposed to have to pay I mean we have we've accepted the fact that compensation which is not the same as reimbursement basis for the moment to be seen as an extraordinary circumstance because of covert nineteen and so we haven't been pushing or advising passengers to get their compensation and but we and we even told them to accept a voucher if they could and because we know our lines are struggling and nobody benefits from my from allies going bankrupt we don't want further market consolidation it won't be a good situation for African tumors so we we want them to survive or so we have been very lenient and understanding but the more you give them the more they have used that position to have and just basically cheap there are their customers and that's not the case and that's why we have stepped up our game a little bit and are now fighting there data to do and their the baby to its passengers are there certain countries that have gone out of their way just to protect the airlines in their fight against giving refunds yes I mean it's it's it's obviously the countries that have a stake in the airlines and the the the the the worst example in my and in my experience which is especially painful because of the country I'm from the Netherlands they have just pulled down for somebody not to do anything they said it B. R. line should be able to give vouchers the center for the longest time they even try to form a coalition than they did in the end of member states pushing the European Commission to to make it legal at least for a period of time fortunately the commission stood firm and they said no but what happened is that they the prime minister made a statement on television saying.
"patrick kibble" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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eighty two and eighty finishing in second place in the central now how about this for a for a dog fight they have the cubs finishing first with eighty five wins the Reds second with eighty two wins the brewers with eighty one the cardinals with eighty the pirates with seventy so first place fourth place separated by a total of five games in the standings that according to fangraphs today in the computer simulations they run they had the Reds winning the division twenty four percent of the time and earning a wild card twelve percent of the time something else the Criswell said last night was sterling has stuck with me but let me end honestly let me into this topic today and kind of looking back over the last six losing seasons he used the term a Lou a legacy of losing listen to a Chris Welch last night about changing the mentality and changing the losing many years or in a row the rates have lost and they're kind of burned out legacy of losing figure out a way to change that entirely and the way you do that as you you can't help you bring in guys aren't used to losing this many games in a row so you you know do second baseman Moustakas interfering in about Cassiano and if you bring in weight highly popular veterans who Hey they're not used to losing the cashier Alice is on the on the Cup last year Dr Seuss on the mortgage brokerage teams winning ball clubs so this is what you want you you want your guys are like losing when you talk about losing or not trying to be competitive we're going to win it all I'm not just the division and that's the attitude that you have to have the winding through the look at the game and they say and we don't want to win this game to win this game in the search engine number one it goes all the way to the end of the six and I think the attitude makes a huge difference and that was the biggest obstacle I think the biggest challenge that Nicole and Dick Williams faced completed a pretty good job in turning the rocks roll right now get that attitude going in the right way I agree I think that's a fantastic point everything I mentioned George what is the only one that's come up through the system who's on this team that has experience has tasted has failed to any extent winning hi Mike Moustakas has a ring the cast down who's played on it in a pressure situation last year in input the cubs on his shoulder for the fifty one games he was there await Miley's played on winners show go played on a team in Japan that consistently one Pedro stroke was pitched in twenty two postseason games in his career think of what has run through this city representing the Cincinnati Reds during that six game losing streak six years of of losing an unnoticed respect to any of these guys I'm sure they're all great guys and yet when I think of that period from twenty fourteen through last season and I think of guys like Marlon Byrd and in the ridge trading for that a thirty seven year old outfielder giving up on a minor league pitcher to get in I I remember them full around with at bats for Brendan boche wasting starts with Cuba Sampson the disaster that was John lamb we had to watch Dylan Axelrod and Kevin Gregg remember Patrick kibble I hand in Tim Adleman and Asher will Jack how ski in which they try to sell us on rookie Davis deal center where I how many set how many springs in into the C. old bills in a rare game over in the midst of the J. bruise trade man he's going to be something to remember cliff Pennington and Phil Gosselin who I kept wanting to call Ryan Gosling it Kevin Quackenbush it was just it all due respect all those guys it was just a big giant pile of no be nice nothing for six years we saw a pile of nothing this this is something and not only is it something I'm gonna give you one more comic Chris made and then I'm going to go to the phones not only is it something but now it's something that is organized it's in order it's streamlined and I thought this was a very telling comment from Chris was sterling last night when he said the following everybody's on the same page hearing group here and that has not always been the case I I can tell you that you know they used to be a few years ago that you know everything the resident was some kind of big secret well the reason of the sickness that they didn't want you know anything about it because they were that bad well it it you know they're much more open what's going on this is what we're trying to do we're trying to get the mileage on the same page as a majorly alcohol should be taken out according to our new ideas of getting it done I couldn't pass them okay I'm just tickled to death but I can't wait to open bank Chris Welch last night with sterling here on seven hundred WLW I let's head to the phones the acute hearing centers dot com phone lines that we had to Glendale Stephen you're on seven hundred WLW plant how are you good you good Glendale where Glendale Arizona three three not but for the I'm excited to I think this is a great topic here I'm a year unfortunately as you've been pointing out over the last almost I mean darn near decade here where we've always been fans the most optimistic and at our hopes just shattered every but I will say it is the one thing you know that's all the the things that we've had in the last couple years and and if you look at the division where and I mean you know I mean like we we have not completed that step back but we've had some of the toughest opponent I think you need to replace yeah so far to our credit you know not to dismiss at the movie theater locked on and remember we're not gonna lose any more member that we did it we we have and I feel like much more optimistic on Sir fantastic topic Hey thank you thank you for listening and enjoy your weekend I and I think you hit on something with the division because now part of this it two things usually have to happen if you're going to be a team where the roads were and where they did and and want to get to where everybody wants a two things have to happen you you just can't make the jump you need others to come down and while the Reds at seventy five wins are envisioning jumping into the into the eighties the rest of the vision has come back to the pack in lieu in the end not only not only come back to the pack but those double hits you always love the rates get Moustakas from the brewers the Reds get cast the autos in stroke from the cops the St Louis cardinals lose Marcell Ozuna in the cardinals warning about replacing with cast the honors because the Reds guiding you love those type hits within your division are we come back up a little bit more on this the pitching what would you think another segment on this five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. maybe some of your calls as we continue sports talk on seven hundred WLW.