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Why is Joey Logano excited this week?

The Final Lap

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Why is Joey Logano excited this week?

"Lagana was of course the seventh different cup series winner. This season after his win on the bristol dirt on monday your exciting race A lot of different things happening throughout it But you know. I think that the biggest thing was just being methodical throughout the race You know for for us. We had a good Shell pennzoil mustang one. That was probably the best at on the long run Last fifteen twenty laps of is where we really shining Yes i was just trying to make sure i had some tires on it for that moment and the thought in my mind at least was get two cars per per run If i can get a couple of a couple more get a couple more You know. I'll be in position to win this race and You know was able to pounce at the right times and get my sore is which is a lot of fundraising him We're friends so it was pretty cool to see and then You know being able to to maintain the lead and race. Any there at the end was nuts and they watered down the race trag ascertains. It's dirt racing man. You just don't know what you're going to have next and you're you're forced to figure something out quickly so tj spotted a good job at. Tell me where danny was. And i tried moving up but you know it takes such a different driving style to make that work. It's joey's twenty-seventh career cup series win if you can believe it. And he rockets his team into the playoffs with that win.

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Business is booming for tech companies during the coronavirus pandemic

Real Time with Bill Maher

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Business is booming for tech companies during the coronavirus pandemic

"It is the corona bursary Was a year ago minus two days where we did our last show here and i am boy at ended quick biden set at me the whole thing i mean i thought i was gonna come back next week. We had a panel book May i able to get a shot. July fourth biden says independence day yet. It we're going to be kind of independent. So i've been leading reading you know the year everybody's running recaps of this kind of stuff this dot. I have to start with that. I thought was most amazing. Jeff bezos law lost thirty eight million his divorce thirty eight billion divorced and he made it all back in a month may thirty five billion in one month. What does this tell us about america. Gentlemen it's worse than that. We've had one individual. Gdp of hungary to his net worth since the first virus. You on mosques just in time for him to peace out and moved to taxes so he doesn't have to pay taxes. We've seen billionaires go from one point nine trillion and wealth of four trillion. The dirty secret of this pandemic is at the top ten percent much less top. One percent are living best lives virus and that some be minute we see a lot of the we actually see places that went out of business by myself. Some of my favorite restaurant. Hey i drive by. And i wanna cry. Because they've been there for a log gone forever but the people who did if you're in the sit on your ass. Look at a screen business. Amazon apple google facebook right. They made their now worth twenty one percent of the whole economy. There we used we talk about the s. and p. five hundred it's the s. and p. seven there's now seven companies that have percent of the market cap amazon's since march has added more market capitalization than all of european retail. We have effectively four companies. That are so dominant. There's more we've been overrun. There's more lobbyists fulltime lobbyist in washington working for amazon than there are. Us senators there's more people working in pr and calms at facebook. Manicuring in march and cheryl's image than there are journalists at the washington post. Yeah we are so beyond any sense of balance in our economy. The eco-systems out of control. We absolutely need to break these companies up. Yeah it's almost like we're going to step ahead. I'm old school that stepping on a. It's almost like the way that you said there bill. It sounded nefarious. Almost like they plan or something you know not that they did of course but they took advantage of it but they took advantage of there's almost like an inevitability of this kind of progress. Let's let's call it. You know where how all that money just starts flowing in these these same directions. No matter what happens to the economy. It all keeps flowing that way but can ask this one question. When i read this about the amazon apple. Google facebook twenty one percent. I mean it was written. I forget where i read it. Maybe you yeah. It was written like oh my god. Twenty one percent of the economy four companies. Yeah but i was like. That's so bad. I thought it was eighty quite frankly. I hadn't read that. I mean the biggest four companies. Who really i mean this is. What's propping up. America as the rest of his goes to shit Is that such a big thing that those the four biggest companies are one fifth of the economy pennzoil. Not that alarmed at do we want one company deciding ninety three percent of the time when we type in overthrow government whether you get Instructions on how to build a dirty bomb or voter registration. Should one company control those decisions. Ninety three percent of the time should one person control the algorithms to decide the content that the southern hemisphere place. india rec- should one company effectively control ninety seven percent of all increase in value of all retail. The third and learn. I know you think healthcare is next right. Don't you think that walmart and is it is on. We're going to be battling to of course. Why wouldn't they want that. they own everything else. Where's the all the money going sick people. That's what america does best makes people look the fastest. The largest business in the world is us healthcare. it's seventy percent of gdp its prices. Keep going up. it's nps keeps going down. That spells here comes amazon but not only is it bad or morally corrupted these companies have so much power it's dangerous. the equivalent of the nasdaq and israel is down. Not up there vaccinating. Seven times the rate when the most powerful wealthiest people in the world are living their best lives. We don't show this virus the full-throated capitalist response. We are capable of if amazon amazon. Start if amazon stock had declined seventy percent instead of risen seventy percent in the last ten months when a van with a smile shows up in my driveway tomorrow morning someone with a somewhat jumped out in a lab coat and vaccinated us. We are living our best lives. This virus has not seen what with the. Us is capable of because stop. Stop at hurt so good. If you're the shareholder class but the other the other point is the every time you wanna talk. This guy's as usual. I said everything i wanted to say. No but the other side of it is providing a service that people like you know. I mean during the pandemic you wanted things delivered to you know so the. That's what i mean the confluence of them being there at exactly the right time with exactly the right service is was very convenient so i know so. Many people have signed up for amazon prime over the last five years because the all of the things that they come with it and amazon is amazing. The type of company that amazon is and how they position themselves to literally pacman. Every every type of that is out there. it really is. I don't think we've seen anything like that type that's He remember he cornered the diaper market. Lost like one hundred million. Just but i i don't care i want diapers to write something wrong with that guy anyway but it's not as bank

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Kyle Larson gets first win since suspension for using racial slur

Mornings on Maine Street

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Kyle Larson gets first win since suspension for using racial slur

"Thanks. Bill Kyle Larson led 103 laps yesterday and pulled away for the win the Pennzoil 400 Las Vegas Motor Speedway by a 3.15 2nd margin over second place finisher Brad Keselowski. It was Larson's first Cup series win in two years after being suspended last year. Using a racial slur during the live

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Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season

"So it's the injury everybody's talking about but with clay sadly you gotta specify which injury you're talking about. Are you talking about the one in game. Six of the twenty nine thousand finals. The last time we saw him play a game or the one suffered earlier in the week. Which is an achilles tendon. Tear he is now out. It could be if the calendars right two and a half years between games. We're looking forward to having him back at the start of the twenty twenty one. Twenty two season knick. Fidel has been all over the warriors for years and he joins us on the shell. Pennzoil performance line nick. Good morning first thing. Just the response in and around the organization on the news zubin. Everybody's just depressed excited leading into the draft. And in the fact that wiseman was there at number two he was number one on their board and and they were just really looking forward to having steph klay draymond and then plugging in wiseman and seeing what we can give them and then they range of emotions in those couple of hours before the draft and then after the draft they really couldn't even celebrate. Everybody was so sad about clay. I mean he is the guy behind the scenes with all the star power in that locker room that sets the tone for everybody else. And that's why kerr and all those players they love it and so to know that he's going to be out again for another year which just crushing for. Everybody involved nikki. Give us an insight. Into how bob myers and company dealt with the news of klay thompson literally hours before the nba draft that make their decision challenging more challenging looking at other guys like lamelo ball considering he was going to be available. Jay bob address that right afterwards instead. Look wiseman was our guy if he was there we were taken him and obviously if the emotions involved right before the big or unprecedented we. We really never seen anything like it. Before where a star player who has won titles in an organization gets another serious injury right before you gotta make a huge selection for your future but all along when you talk to people in the organization they love what wise men could give them and they're confident that once he gets into their system playing and learning alongside draymond that he can be maybe that bridge or potentially down the line Tracey's nobody knows for sure but wiseman all along was their guy in. I don't think anything that happened with. Clay change to focus when he was number two

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John Thompson took a chance on hapless Georgetown ... then worked a miracle

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:37 min | 1 year ago

John Thompson took a chance on hapless Georgetown ... then worked a miracle

"Jay Bilas here because there's big college basketball breaking news this morning the death of John Thompson Junior age of seventy eight, one, thousand, nine, hundred, four NCAA championship winner the first African. American. Coach to take team to the men's College Basketball Championship his best player is now Georgetown's coach his son John. Thompson the third eventually followed him as head coach as well with Craig there in the middle giant for what he did for Eric African Americans in a giant with what he did in the game. Jay joins us on the Shell Pennzoil performance line this morning Jay good morning for those that may be too young or don't understand the scope of what John Thompson Junior meant to college basketball. How would you sum it up? He was a giant in in basketball both literally and figuratively, and he did so much for the game not only on the x No side that you did a substantial amount there. You know his Georgetown Teams especially when you got nineteen, eighty, seventy, nine, eighty through the early nineties they were a force and the best defensive coaches in the history of the game, his teams were very disciplined. Very smart and very together and that that's why they were so great defensively, it wasn't just that they were athletic. they were smart and disciplined. And almost went to the final four in nineteen eighty when John lost a a one point game to Iowa and that was lute Olson's first final four and lute Olson passed away a little earlier last week But John, Thompson. was that he was also fought for social justice before it was it was cool if you will. Think. You'll remember back in the eighties there was legislation by the NC double called proposition forty two. That put in a entrance requirements and they were disproportionately affecting African Americans and John Thompson and a game I. Believe it was Boston College got up before the tip and walked off the floor and protest with a towel over his shoulder and and you know he took a stand and took a stand on on multiple issues He was not always popular because the things that he was saying that time was really uncomfortable for for people to hear. And you can imagine I mean are people are uncomfortable. Now think how it was back in the in the late Seventies. Early Eighties one John Thompson was was setting a standard and with standing up on social issues. He he was a, he was a a great great person a man of of really high character and You know you don't want it to get lost what a great coach was but he was also a great man.

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A Modest Gentleman Who Changed Houston Skylines Forever-Gerald D. Hines’ Death at Age 95

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

A Modest Gentleman Who Changed Houston Skylines Forever-Gerald D. Hines’ Death at Age 95

"Heinz has died at the age of 95. Hines was the mastermind behind several local landmarks, including one Shell Plaza, the Galleria, Pennzoil Place, Bank of America Plaza, Jpmorganchase Tower and Williams Tower. Water wall on post Oak is named after Heinz, along with the College of Architecture at the University of Houston. HB expanding store

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Going to continue with us here just a minute on the shelf Pennzoil performance identify for straight talk is brought to you by a straight talk wireless all right so I'm gonna say this again for those of you listening because some of you will find that showed to be vital when it comes to talking about race relations and we could not be that the way that we are without the help of what I believe to be you know the strongest sports voice on race that I have seen in my career you know beyond Ralph Wiley in terms of being able to talk about this stuff so if you want to actually learn if this is one of the few times I've herbal money almost some hopeful I don't even know what that I don't even know what that looks like the money hopeful that there has been progress here because people are actually listening if you're in the mood to listen the right time with the money Jones is a podcast it is V. podcast you need to be listening to on this subject but before I talk to you about some of the serious stuff your boat might consider gods were having an argument during the break and still got to go ahead explain it's more money to see if you can help us sort this out we were discussing whether or not there's anything Roger Goodell could do to you know kind of make a difference that people take him seriously take his statements seriously and Mike and I were having that debate now Mike flatly said that I think by going to want to misrepresent at this point it's probably nothing you do I presented a scenario but money that I would like to present to you Mike is that fair for you on your side yeah you saw the reaction to the statement I don't think there's anything Roger Goodell computers scape what he did okay so hold on so but money so I guess you're gonna make a verdict force here writes to got to in terms of it because did you believe before we go into this but mining thank you that he can do anything that there is something that he could do well I don't know that's why I put it in those terms I hate it it's long been my understanding and I think this is reinforced by Joel lock heart beat the dip CNN there for example on matter calling Cabernet detail what can happen if you be back in the league I think on matters like the Rooney rule Goodell wants is to get better light he's not the bad guy all this stuff what he is though the representative of the dollars Hey man you got a lot of money you made a lot of cash if you are Roger Goodell if these things really matter to you I would think that being the commissioner of the NFL to do that I can't well years ago we got on the cover of time magazine as being Mr law and order to some kind of share you can stand up and say what is obvious here like the NFL statement as they put it out my buddy Joe accidents late made very good point but if you pay very careful attention to the statement that it being late the one that jumps out that doesn't fit this mold is the UConn women's statement which went pretty hard I thought nothing of the word police like it that's the the one place that all of these entities have made the call the line that they're not really trying to go to it any direct level of criticism of the police even though what we're talking about is almost entirely about police right so I will try to talk around it and we kind of talking to place people start talking about how bad they feel and everything else but nobody wants to state that you can't wait to leave the golf club back let their consequences you take an offensive against the police I was stunned that the president university Minnesota state you've got disconnected relationship many athletes department that is going to wear golf shoes to go beer and so with that police department I traveled to meet an incredibly great things of her to do because nobody wants to come in at the police but the talent in a position where people listen to him and if he really wants to say something that matters you can do that in a big thing he can say yes we as a league we gotta do a better job of taking care of what are our obvious issues with great right one thing any statement also with systemic racism is the buzz word right like somebody somebody to social media sociology one on one in a while ago I heard like yep you got it you're the one person we've got to talk about systemic racism so everybody just kind of throw that word out there without even speeded up what it means you can take that if you want to to me that there are no individuals that are responsible for this it's just great that the mischief the machine that goes without the individual that was on your floor next for example the individual believed he could do that because police officers typically get away with killing people it's so you get two levels one of them is your belief that you can get away with doing it that's why you did it but that's not the thing that makes you want to do it right there clear moral imperatives that are in place and if the dell decided he wanted to stand on the moral imperative in spite of who was bothered by the fact that you're willing to say something that is correct that is something that he could do it's probably not something that he will do but it's absolutely something he could do wow well said but I kind of feel like the comedy kind of got away from us we were trying to do it like a the real question we had one of those scenarios he is walking side by side Roger Goodell protesting peacefully he's walking side by side with Colin Capra Nick in the streets okay and right then and there he grabs a microphone so he's walking side by side with that project he grabs a microphone and he announces to the world that he is putting Colin Cabernet all the patriots in making him the starting quarterback does that fix it hi that's that's the situation I'm in it's to you right now just so you understand it some of the people to ride to get there will be tried to appease we don't think you deal with it if I don't necessarily make you don't nobody a favor by telling them they gotta go to ball after all this let you know that not everybody like that that is a blast so that that's the one qualifier so not good enough is what you're saying if Goodell did that not good enough you've got to do better than that you guys do you have anything better than that because I feel like you came in with your best offer well I did but I put him in Boston it's a great point by bus so what if I put on the jets like wherever it somewhere else I mean within their interesting question if you put him on the thank tabloids doubling that be great for everybody be the biggest thing is why the NFL's radical kind of cool cowboys that day by day it Thursday night guys look out what all right we're gonna talk some more with the money here in the next segment of it I mean you just mean may mean very and I mean lots to talk about the unfair position he believes you donis has limits been put in as the face of the earth over town in front of the cruise ship magnate as you know they send you down as as one to earn what is his last three years of salary not for basketball but for this moment I mean wants to yell at us about that but I think the money's gonna get first crack at it yeah Casper people still got tonight we've told you before this is the art knows no Sir that's what do you say no Casper here I just don't have it here I'm sorry I can find it for you okay that was that was straight talk was relatively straight talk wireless no contract no compromise that was the one all right the money Jones next year sports our love letter to sports sure you are dear sports matter with us call eight six so five oh six six one six one and read it to us or share video or text using the hashtag your sports on Twitter or Instagram what owns eleven it sounds a bit green truckers would call themselves big you didn't know is that like when you reach your destination or bunch truckers out there looking for a little based 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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Proof is in the Pennzoil based on sequence for a wear test using ASAP five W. thirty sports center all night ESPN radio I'm Jay Reynolds leaders of the U. S. Olympic committee admitting Monday that postponing the Summer Games appears to be the way to go they surveyed American athletes over the weekend nearly seventy percent of them saying the games wouldn't be fair if they're held this summer although that's a number saying they go with health officials give it the okay US becoming the latest nation to advocate for pushing the games back a year and postponing the games at this point seems inevitable but regardless Christine Brennan of USA today saying the situation has not been handled well by the IOC Thomas Bach on March fourth so the president the IOC on March fourth held a press conference after a board meeting and basically said the words postponement and cancellation did not come up and went on and on basically kind of say all we always have problems you know the kind and boycotts and whatever and you want me to name more things and what kind of flip about it all March fourth it's not that long ago if you come out and said I get it I know that this is an issue obviously by this point it really is in terrible trouble of course China you know other other Iran we know because every season we know corona viruses coming and he was he just handled it so poorly and what's really surprising Thomas Bach is the first Olympic gold medalist to be president of the international Olympic committee the international Olympic committee is a bunch of old the oldest of the old boys the elitist Eurocentric a lot of them are royalty or think they're royalty and here's Thomas Bach who was in nineteen seventy six Olympic gold medalist in fencing and was a victim of the nineteen eighty Olympic boycott you'd think he of all people would understand the magnitude of of what the athletes are going through he blew it on March fourth and why this happened over the last few weeks your point is that the athletes have risen up instead of from a top down decision making it's been bottom up groundswell of support athletes national Olympic committees at federation for the athletes of certain sports all of them coming together to force the issue Christine I think one of the reasons it's so important to get straight answers from from Dick pound or anybody else with the IC is the amount of time that it would save these these athletes from having to make those tough decisions absolutely fair and that's that's what has driven this and that's why when we first heard of that if you get a few months because of course July twenty fourth is still a few months away obviously four months away so well we've had so many things that have been centered in and had a foothold in March or April have been canceled or postponed men's or women's final in a tournament at the masters obviously the NBA in any health reasons on hold those kinds of things we haven't got all of it all the way up to July yet so the thought was you would have time right and that's what we've been thinking until we started to hear the athletes voices and for example last week I interviewed Lilly king Williams a two time Olympic gold medalist in swimming breaststroke she's training at Indiana University Bloomington Indiana are you closest to that pool closes she had a couple over training mates and go to the YMCA two time Olympic gold medal swimming at the Y. like you and I would and of course after a few days of that why is closed and now she's on a place to train so many athletes with similar stories Christine Brennan of USA today earlier on ESPN radio in Spain company sports center all night ESPN radio what about two in total while continuing his.

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What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?

BrainStuff

04:15 min | 2 years ago

What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?

"Decades ago in the evenings around closing time a man with a very bald head and a very dark beard used to come sloping into the mysterious bookshop in New York City. His shoulders hunched is the warding off a perpetual cold wind. The proprietor auto pens ler had come to expect these visits indeed. He looked forward to them. He would close up the shop and guide the man back to his. Inner Sanctum. A book lined study with floor-to-ceiling shelves there the bearded man would deliver a Sheaf of papers containing a new freshly penned mystery story to be added to the theology. That Pencil publishing the writer refused to take any money for his efforts. Even though pens lawyer was paying well. He craved compensation. His eyes gleamed as pennsly- slid his payment across the desk between them. It was a stack of used books containing dozens of stories written in the mystery genre later that night he would devour them one by one but first pens lawyer and the bearded man would talk and talk. They talked about books about life. Auto pens layer was just recovering from a devastating break-up and so they spoke about battling in a recent phone interview for this article. Pennsly- remembered that at a certain juncture. His guests said something so piercingly insightful and eloquent about the break up that it took his breath away Henseler said I wish I could remember what he said but I failed to write it down what I do remember. Is that when I expressed my amazement at his facility with words he just shrugged and said I guess that's why they call me a poet. He could've added among many other things because our bald and bearded man was Shel Silverstein a true renaissance man. Of course many of us know him as the author and illustrator of the giving tree a light in the attic and where the sidewalk ends among many of the other wildly successful books that he wrote Andrew for children. That's only the tip of the proverbial Iceberg Silverstein also drew cartoons and wrote plays for adults and penned numerous songs especially country songs. In fact he won. Two grammys for song. Writing one of them for the Johnny Cash. Hit A boy named Sue Sheldon Allen. Shel Silverstein was born into a Jewish family in Chicago in nineteen thirty his father and a bakery which only began to thrive in the wake of the Great Depression. After high school. Shell spent some time studying at the Art Institute of Chicago and later Roosevelt University but was drafted into the US army serving in Korea and Japan. Silverstein began working for the military periodical. Stars and Stripes and it was there that he began regularly publishing his idiosyncratic cartoons after his military service Silverstein got a job as a cartoonist. For the fledgling magazine. Playboy for his playboy gig. He traveled the world sending cartoon dispatches from Bahrein wide in nineteen sixty three Silverstein. Met Book Editor Ursula Nordstrom. Who prodded him into writing books for Children? And that same year he wrote the giving tree a book about the nature of Altruism and selfishness there would become his most famous and popular work his sense of the absurd and the whimsical cartoon line drawings that illustrated this and all of his books would become his hallmarks in deceptively simple language. His exploration of the innocence and imagination of childhood made him one of the most celebrated and widely read authors for generations of children and adults like Auto Penn's lair recall Silverstein telling him that he spent a year living at the playboy mansion as a guest of Hugh Hefner. It was there that he met Susan Hastings with whom he had daughter named Shoshana in nineteen seventy tragically. Susan died in nineteen seventy five and two. Shana passed away. Unexpectedly after cerebral aneurysm. In one thousand nine hundred two by many accounts her death utterly devastated Silverstein in Nineteen eighty-four. He had a son named Matthew with Sarah Spencer. According to Pens Ler Silverstein was a deeply eccentric. Man Pennzoil told us for instance. It wasn't unusual for him to be having dinner in a restaurant with a group of friends and then suddenly announced that he was done. Get up take a taxi to the airport and flight of Chicago or Los Angeles or Florida or wherever he felt like going on the spur of the moment shel. Silverstein died of a heart attack in nineteen ninety nine at the age of just sixty eight but in story song and image. He left behind a remarkably prolific artistic record.

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Ryan Newman reveals details about fiery Daytona 500 crash

Golic & Wingo

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Ryan Newman reveals details about fiery Daytona 500 crash

"And good news and not so good news with Ryan Newman no internal injuries from that fiery crash but he does have a head injury in a statement released by Roush Fenway racing on Sunday Newman says that he intends to return to racing this season Steve Newman saying quote Ryan's objectives have not changed this year his goal is to win the twenty twenty Cup championship a Newman missed Sunday's Pennzoil four hundred snapping a streak of six hundred and forty nine consecutive races for Newman Georgia Ghana won the race in the twenty two shell Pennzoil Ford Ross Chastain ain't finished twenty seventh in Newman's number

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Joey Logano overcomes missed pit call to win at Las Vegas

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Joey Logano overcomes missed pit call to win at Las Vegas

"The definition of a perfect day in NASCAR is when you win the race sponsored by the people who sponsor your car and that's what joy like on did for the second straight year taking the checkered flag in the Pennzoil four hundred lagana was destined for a finish no better than third when the caution came out with five laps to go legato then called an audible and chose not to bid for fresh tires it paid off big time as a gun got away from the field to pick up the win Matt DiBenedetto finished second Brett McMillan Las Vegas

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"For Pennzoil the proof is in the Pennzoil right from the beginning of his career the guy can't find it's not like any other sport in sync guys like you never test was something wrong with one of the best you can always find an excuse yeah I figured it out the Taliban more for the best I just reset all the fans that came out tonight I support the self this is sure to call yes bien plus pay per view Tyson fury VK old one thirty nine of the seventh round at the WBC belt to his lineal title mark Kriegel sums up a game plan that worked to perfection what he said he would do it with good balance being more physical using missiles and using good fundamentals straight punches one two everything he learned ten years ago Jim this is a great victory the legacy of Emanuel steward the great victory listen to your listings for several that are yes pia and radio I'm Jim bass will mention not wanting to win for all going down college basketball Saturday they were the only top twenty five days the feet your available jumper it is regular field I'm G. college given Samuel scored six of his nineteen it O. T. caring to see you pass number seventeen West Virginia the final sixty seven to sixty left hand side of the lane we think he's got a mismatch he reporter Louisville I'm G. college UCLA seventy to sixty three over eighteenth ranked Colorado Cody Ryle sixty points in the Bruins a fifth consecutive win lobs.

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Pennzoil performance line to give us some gambling tips for tomorrow's Superbowl press it thank you very much for giving us a couple minutes this afternoon so give us an idea how much legal money is gonna be wagered on tomorrow's Superbowl meant that legal for interesting and specific point legally you can probably ask around and find out the number is in the box after work really I mean you can plan number on it but everyone to end on a on the main things I'll statement black talk to is in Nevada they will under them here in Las Vegas they were not sure of legalization other states would hurt the economy here the sports betting economy will call it that in Las Vegas or Nevada the whole bit they actually project to do their best and biggest Superbowl ever on maybe it helps that it's the two teams that you know that are playing having forty Niners chief opponents points expected in that type of thing but I went off and I don't think I did what any business and everything's looking positive for them so Preston okay so but our policy here I'm a former player and I'm I've taken this stance I don't really bad and teams I don't really know how to do it can you walk me through just I'm done walk me through what I should do because I've never been able to do what it what it was popping was a hundred thousand dollars and I think a few game suspension sure so I mean for people that have never actually been on the games the Superbowl is a good way I mean in general I'm trying to take in place that well I think I have an advantage on edge and I know that long term if you paid me a hundred and ten dollars for every one hundred on a coin toss I don't have your tail conduct I would take that every time the I'm getting the one point one to one right I'm trying to find those types of advantages in the market across all the sport but it didn't turn out fine which is what most people are trying to do is double weekend I think it's absolutely okay they give you a lot of options you can obviously that on the spread which is about Kansas city minus one at most shop for you can bet them to win by two or more than one by one at the Palestra tight and then the total even over under fifty four fifty four and a half right now but then they have all these props now like hundreds you need anything you can imagine you can basically that I had any player there over under yards receiving Russian passing touchdowns yes or no first discord in the T. everything like that and so there's going to be opportunities the data but to walk you through generally there's a lot of nafta in setting up the data from the recording from over the course of the season to used to I used to project out my projections they I compare those to where the market says that the lines are right that the discrepancies ultimately but I think they're in my favor I'm sorry to let okay probably a similar so press to what is your normal philosophy when it comes to prop bets because you mentioned there is a ton of them I think that's where I'm gonna make most of my money here for Superbowl Sunday boat with your usual philosophy when it comes to betting prop bets sure so one thing that a little bit different but the Superbowl oversees all of the other games all year is one that we even have profits but it's a very public influenced market and you know the general towards becoming the Las Vegas but now we have that across the country we have people that are legally binding in these games and so when you have that much public interest recreational money influencing the market a lot of people most people like to root for points that given for people to score a touchdown they don't have to do it against fun which I understand so what what I my stance on crops is generally earlier in the week so I've already done that I bet a few overs and I thought well made sense right had an advantage but I will on Sunday before the game a couple hours before the game starts I will be going across all the books in looking at the cost of that the unders his will happen as earlier in the week will be a one number by tomorrow they're gonna be ten to fifteen yards higher on player box or this person is going to touch down with mine is one thirty now it's plus one seventy that he doesn't like on the other side issues with a lot of these huge moves in market directions that I try to capitalize going the other way on Sundays after all that public in recreational money influences the market some of the met with President Johnson I'm Dickerson hood with Bernard Pollard on ESPN radio and ESPN app all right so present what are some of your favorite that's for tomorrow what a one that you love you what you look at the board to say these are a couple ones I got to play the cell right up when I did that why is I did it out of mom's overs and I'm not going to be one round with ninety plus percent of the country of the world on this one but you the two hundred ninety nine after asking are you know it's come up from school at three oh three nap range of my personal projection for him is three hundred and thirty seven passing yards and one the one thing that really stands out on others to make like I wanna make we will break down the numbers in the match up specifically on early downs the forty Niners line UMass own coverage ID's and cover three and cover for me at all seventy seven percent and what after going on this is a league where he's number one in the NFL just whatever metric against his own defense that's where he's going to be getting and the other thing of the twelve playoff teams there were the worst against play action a lot of seventy one percent success rate with the forty Niners and one thing you know and you would like to do is go play action a lot of pre snap motion and a lot more homes you know took apart is on what is great is extending place of their the pass rushers we do expect from the Niners wants to extend the clan find those pockets again don't that's the one thing that really stood out to me was that I had this project at three thirty seven everyone's talking about the matter university sense that the KC chiefs clean I think of the little I thought I should at least start with a three earlier in the week is two ninety nine and a half and then those are correlated to two receivers that I liked and I just decided about those without every kill over I think was seventy in the house receiving yards and then send walk ins forty six an application yards looking thinking back to the NFC championship game the Packers Aaron Rodgers they were down the restoring almost like he was able to extend template and they found ways to get behind the forty Niners secondary and I just don't see how the speedsters like telemarketing anti read scheming imam extending plays with his arms are going to get behind the forty Niners defense and so I think they're all kind of corner there's one player artistic just passing game for the cheese will find success press the the number of the spread has been so razor thin I saw some places highest too but it's really pretty much been one and a half of the work can't city is the favorite so if you had your druthers are you looking at the spread to bet on or would it be the over under the total yeah if you if you force me to make a play on either despite our total I would toss I'm betting the spring completely about projection for what it's worth is the chief minus one point nine so the mind of last week it was fine on my total to weddings really interesting it's it's the market one up to fifty five it's starting to come back down it's just before a lot of spots you'll see a lot of the sharper bigger money start bidding under what I would do is wait until tomorrow closer to game time and then that the over hopefully under key number more or less like fifty one you'll get fifty three thirty three and a half the reason I said I thought with a match ups for the cheese to get the services for the fact that it's very similar on the other side you look at it she's the rush defense checklist out there in thirty seconds dead last in the NFL when they start pre snap motion on the other side of the office before running play now what we know about the forty Niners they run seventy percent priest that motion before they left the ball at the highest in the NFL I forget which is only forty percent in the Kansas city rush defense great even worse if the offense is running twenty one personnel ministry running backs one player before pre snap motion well you know the forty Niners they run the most when a person on the entirely so this can be left even I think you're going to struggle destruction and they're going to take their shots to if you if you ever want talking about how the other interesting with you that's not the case they're gonna take shots if and when they need you to do the need to yeah in the playoffs and so I'm I'm worried that this is a bill to stop an energy either so I would wait I think the number's gonna start trickling down even more but I.

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Shale Pennzoil performance line I'm in a gold along side amber Wilson and we'll get into awesome prop bets in just a second but amber we we talked about it last segment I brought up the Madden curse and how Pat more homes has been able to kind of get away it beat the Madden curse up to this point in the season Marchand tweets to show Eddie Goldie ADN at amber W. seven ninety and says my home said his men cursed moment when he got hurt this season I think that's really that accurate because the Madden curse injury you're out for the year yeah but at least there is an injury I mean it did it cost him games there and also it made him a bit it took them an edge off his game when he did return he's gotten better every game since that knee injury of course and if yes he came back from any came back from it in the type of fashion that I he's playing in the Superbowl tomorrow so there's that I understand your points but if you haven't heard but you still had a knee injury that kept you out for multiple games yeah by the way people were shocked at how quickly he came back from that injury how quickly he yelled apparently battered homes is not only a special player but he's also a specialized healer you know is one of the X. Manny as lego super healing powers you know everybody like to talk about the prop bets when it comes down to speak to the Super Bowl in ever will start just with the the anthem right in that the four like that's usually the main one that everybody goes to any other some places out there that you know have the the over as far as over under right to all one with the over being a minus one fifty five how do you think that any of them girls well as demi Lovato this is her big comeback of course from you know we know that she went to rehab and and this is our big comeback I believe first big her first public performance it in quite some time we have seen her sing the anthem before at the Mayweather McGregor fight for example she sung the anthem I haven't actually calculated it myself I heard that that anthem was something like a minute forty eight if you allow it to play out from start to finish like you know whenever you're supposed to you know the the betting sites they all know when you're supposed to start and stop it and then of course first no in the late at the lot what is it if there's music or if it's aka pallets different rules and then of course last year there was a huge controversy because last night repeated a line or word and sports books went crazy so with demi lavado I think that that Mayweather McGregor nationally at them with a minute forty eight so that would be the under our I think that Abbott I think the play is the under so da okay me I'm wrong but I think the play here might be the under see I automatically thought the over because listen the Mayweather McGregor fight was BA a a what in the Super Bowl you know bigger moment I think she takes her time she's a little more patient lets the new no less the notes breve a little bit so in you know I'm crazy I'll take the over inspection of money anyway I'm not gonna lose anything sound for us to be in our producer Pat he has more problem beds all of these lines are via the Caesar sports book I also come with music and if you can under way for you to fly into production right there all right guys first on the team that wins the coin toss will also win the game yes at minus one ten know what minus one time man they they'll say whether they deferred not so yeah if they win they did they wanted the gun it a farce all say the team that wins the coin toss I'm taking them to win the game I think when you're talking about two teams is evenly masses these teams and then what we've seen the chief do with our come back that if the chiefs were to win the coin toss and different and that helps give them the extra boost if they were to get behind in the first half I could see the coin toss actually battering in this game Sir sure sure sure yes Sir it'll matter right overwhelmingly convincing the first score of the game Phil goal or safety plus one fifty five touchdown minus one seventy five and what you think if I will bang for my book AT girl safety right I mean that we think that happened before didn't we we see it with Peyton manning was in the super ball yeah yes so you know what I'm a jump out of a tree go out on a limb and I'll think safety well that's why would pay out so big if you hit on the bats yeah I don't I don't know I don't feel great about that that that this is probably not that I would make because I I am but I mean field goal okay touch down I think I feel better about the first for being with us on the road it just depresses the so our listening audience understands me a little bit I put a hundred Bucks on a brown to go to the Superbowl this year I am a are I am let's call all right there with you on this one for Kansas city what's the will happen first a point plus one hundred or a score is minus one twenty rule US one hundred my husband's emits a minus one twenty four score yeah that's the favorites and and I feel I would feel good about that I'm guessing Kansas city will score before.

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The shell Pennzoil performance line and we have a Superbowl matchups sat in the AFC championship game the chiefs knocked off the Titans they advance the Superbowl for the first time in fifty years Andy Reid going to the Super Bowl with a second team trying to win his first one my homes was tremendous threw for three touchdowns ran for one and the San Francisco forty Niners only through the ball eight times but they rushed for two hundred and eighty five yards were he most feared had four touchdown runs as the forty Niners advance the Superbowl for the seventh time in franchise history they knock off the Packers thirty seven to twenty so what is the chiefs and the forty Niners two weeks from today in Miami guys it is time for caller complaints chip laid say ESPN that's eight eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six DiMera Goldmember with Rachel Lindsey and Greg's gals though this is your opportunity to get on the air and tell us why we should be talking about your team tonight whoever your team is I guess guys I'll preface this by saying this is a big night for sports talk right into the make the Super Bowl match up is set so we have a lot of angles coming off of the game is there's a lot to sink your teeth into so I don't know if we're gonna be talking about I don't know the Sacramento Kings tonight I don't know how much Portland trailblazers talk we're going to do hello yeah I don't know how much university of Louisville basketball we're gonna be talking about but this is your segment if you want to talk about that stuff triple aides say ESPN that's eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six we start with Brandon Phoenix what's up branded I got my call well look you on my way home from work you got to be talking about lives and we all all you media you to think that look at lebron James look at James harden living your name out there that is the most underrated player Devin Booker you guys not noted that the bulk of one four five John Kerry is doing what he should be doing it Devin Booker is legally probably the most underrated player maybe in the last years and all of the NBA no doubt Brandon that's weapon around the horn Rachel start with you and Devin Booker take go I don't think people forget about Devin Booker it's the Phoenix Phoenix Suns that people just don't really want to talk about but Devin Booker is a beast and I I've these definitely regarded as the best player on that team it's just there's not really were anywhere else to go after that Grady Andre de Andre okay yes Devin Booker great score sons organization has been a little bit dysfunctional the past few years if your score and you don't win you'll be in the all star game but we're not gonna be talking about you too yeah there were the only show gonna be talking about the Phoenix Suns on ESPN radio for the next couple of days welcome Levi's stadium right now celebrating a big wins that you're on ESPN radio go okay so I have to say that I think a lot of the media has been watching old nighter tapes because they still think of we have Trent Dilfer's quarterback for some reason when we got a quarterback this brown twenty seven touchdowns almost four thousand yards let us back four times so I did catch most.

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03:56 min | 2 years ago

The Nissan VR Engine

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The Pennzoil welcome back to the sporting life we think about the history of the National Football League which is now in its one hundred season it's impossible to consider that history and the break throughs they've taken place over the last ten decades in pro football without taking into consideration the role of the Rooney family movies have owned the Pittsburgh Steelers controlled the team for almost ninety years Dan Rooney who had one time also of course ran the teen died two years ago in a new book by his son Jim tells the story of his life and his legacy it's titled a different way to win Dan Rooney story from the Superbowl to the Rooney rule Jim thank you so much for joining us care may try to be on with you thank you Jim when you think about the scope of your dad's life all the things he achieved not only in football of course he was also the United States ambassador to Ireland under president Obama one of the things that first pop into your head well and and that we we begin this process actually while he was alive and we are talking about doing something maybe for the Harvard Business Review around his career but particularly related to the Rooney role in sort of the pathway you know there's there's certainly plenty of experts out there and and diversity and inclusion but to talk about how he tried to incorporate these things into his company the from from the from the earliest days that he was involved and and from nineteen sixty nine to nineteen seventy six view abstract more players from the H. B. C. use than any other team and and the then you know we we you'll your young but enjoying those days here in Pittsburgh some of them yeah we went on to win four super bowls so that sort of the week we try to take the idea that he tried to step into challenging situations and make a difference out throughout the book you just have an outsize role in the world of professional football for such a long time as of course your grandfather did as well but he was beloved he was someone who is universally respected it's hard to be in the business for so long exercise so much power so much influence without making enemies along the way but your dad didn't seem to have any what was the foundation of his approach to dealing with people it had these qualities that that I think we all would like a boss you know he he was very competent he he he was very smart he he had great vision go he had all the things we wanted we rate very high standards of the folks of what works with him around him knew that you know he was gonna raise the bar on you but then he took that that you know that that idea that we all also want and and the the other concept of of you Mandy and dignity the dignity of each person and they were they were very palpable from certainly my experience but but I think more importantly you know I talked in in this book I talked to you probably twenty five to for players I talk to you know on the last that the current commissioner in the in the previous commissioner of Michigan alchemist your tag will talk to you know sports executives and folks outside and they all sort of describe that to me that that yeah they love working with him because he was he was good any challenge here but there was just this fundamental respect and decency balanced it or or blinded in a really good way or is it in you mentioned this the Steelers organization and your dad and your granddad or are associated with a progressive attitude on race and we all know that the world of professional football is often very much resistance to change N. and it took awhile after the league we segregate in the early thirties to be re integrated in the nineteen forties the Steelers started to an African American quarterback for just about anybody else Joe Gilliam in the nineteen seventies where did your father Dan Rooney develop his attitudes about racial inclusion well I I certainly believe a lot of it came from his father you know my my grandfather promoted to first heavyweight title fight between two African Americans in the in the history of our country desert Charles in Jersey Joe Walcott here in Pittsburgh so so there was a history of that and then my father as I said I think my grandfather was a great promoter my father was it was a better operator and he really started to think about you know how do we how do we do this in a significant way from an operation standpoint so we heard bill non who is one of the first African American scouts Chuck knoll as you said so it was the first time in NFL history that prior to the season beginning a a an African American was it was named the starter and that really sent and I talked to Donnie shall I talked to John Stallworth I talked to my blunt guys that went to the the H. B. C. use and they said you know stop now never had a black coach a black teammate before you got to this are white culture white teammate before he got to the Steelers he said you know I was certainly looking to see how I was gonna be treated fairly and when Chuck made that decision it released said to me you know these people practice what they preach so so I I hope you know it it it's more obvious that it's it's the right thing to do but it's I'm certainly proud I guess is the right way to say it that that he did it he didn't just speak to it but he he really tried to integrate it into the things he was involved with doing over the years since the implementation of the Rooney rule there be those who say yeah this is this is something that is helping it's giving wore black coach is an opportunity to get a head coaching jobs in coordinator jobs get their names in the mix others think that too many teams approach it nearly as a requirement and don't necessarily take it seriously your dad died in twenty seventeen and how did he feel about the Rooney rule right right so what he was he certainly you know happy with the fact I don't know if that's the best word but but that there had been improvement yelling and you could look at the numbers and you know we went from basically yeah okay seven hires from nineteen twenty to two thousand three and and including general managers now do you know your your back I don't have that number information I do know but I know you're above twenty kind of those folks have taken their team to the Superbowl so so you know the numbers are are good but he also was was very much a realist and and Tony Dungy shared some of the stories with me about how my father often times in the conversations with with the John would know ran the first part of lions Tony some of the other folks were really the leading advocates I father sometimes would be the loudest voice saying yeah we're not we're not doing enough and and things are happening fast enough so you know he always had the expectation and and I think it was it was run his business life but that on on the Rooney role and and this issue in particular yeah we need to be doing a better job and and you know he be yellow he'd be happy that some things have improved but he would be pushing Roger get that Roger Goodell now to keep doing it and making sure that it's you know that that we're we're doing a better job if there's you know better practices out there were thinking about how are we gonna include those you know that the diversity committee last year enhance the accountability factor so now all interviews have to be yoke reported to the league so so you know we're we're creating some transparency those are good things there's probably some other best practices and my father would been on top of you know making sure we understood those and and and you know how do we include those two movies new book is a different way to win Dan Reese story for the Superbowl to the Rooney rule and it is a terrific testament to his father's legacy Jim thanks so much for joining us here in the sporting life a pleasure and you do great work I I really enjoy it and I appreciate all that you do so thanks thanks for having joined us I'm Jeremy Schatten this is been the.

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the Pennzoil. welcome back to the sporting life any kid who ever had a baseball glove or softball glove knows that it is much more than just some leather stitched together it represents something in a way that few objects can end that relationship between ourselves and our baseball gloves is the subject of a new book by professor David gentlemen he's the dean of the honors college at the university of Vermont in his new book is a baseball glove history material meaning in value and Dave thank you for joining us thanks Jeremy it's great to be out here I guess I gotta say I'm jealous because I I think this is just a a tremendous idea the execution traffic as well but it's a tremendous idea because the glove is one of those objects and is everybody knows last fifteen years the publishing industry there been objects that have become the subjects of books and dissertations and we try to find meaning in the universe through whether it's solved or something else but the glove does have this unique place in our hearts and our souls particularly as Americans what does the glove be oh my goodness I I think that's what I I loved about working on this book so much is that the more I I looked into the cultural history of the glove the more meanings it took on so when I started I expected that what I discover is what I'd always understood about the history that when players adopted baseball gloves in the later part of the nineteenth century that they were teased for being unmanly or for being sissies and while I certainly found a lot of that rhetoric in the historical material what I also found was a lot of dialogue about how it was changing the competitive nature of the game how it could be used as at an economic item how it was you know making the game either better or worse and it really became a book about how a single item represented a lot of ideas America has about itself with regard to industry with regard to ritual with regard to to masculinity and gender and it did it ended up being a book about as much about what we think of ourselves as it was about a piece of equipment. speaking with the gentleman that his new book the baseball glove history material meaning and value it white why do we feel this connection with the glove for instance in a way that we don't with you know our our pair of spikes or cleats or or are back although I guess in the age of the aluminum bat that has some meaning to when they have if they last longer but what is it about the glove in the feeling that someone has when they when they hold the glove that is truly there I you know it's funny I think it it is the you know that there's some of that has to do with the the passing of generational knowledge so if you think of who gave you your first glove it was likely a parent or grandparent and and they probably had a story of of their own first club and so there's a way in which you know historical memory gets passed down with it there's also this sense in which the breaking in of a glove is becomes a ritual celebration of the game but. when I talk to people about the book and told him when I was writing about inevitably I would get a story from someone and everyone I talked to had a different take on why the glove was was meaningful to them and everyone of them had a story about where their their glove was or their fathers club or their mothers glove in some cases what was in their house and or how it gone missing and how it was this this big hole in their life to not have this thing anymore. Stevie Dee Gemini get about his book baseball glove and. the glove does occupy this kind of mythic place in our society and it's you know it's it's essential tool when you're playing the national pastime than baseball is. medic eight eight and its connection to us as a country as our frontier country a country of immigrants in a a rural country that's been urbanite a baseball is a prism through which we see so much of American history. is the glove just a. a component of that is it is it is it just part of that kind of myth of America that we think of we think of baseball it's certainly a metaphor for Jeremy I think that one of the things I was I was curious about was how a lot of the rhetoric about masculinity was getting codified in the late nineteenth century by people like teddy Roosevelt who gave a speech called the manly virtues and practical politics and it's at that moment of the glove is also coming on the scene in baseball and if you look at how the glove is being talked about and you know the the idea that you would just simply take the punishment of baseball without having this piece of protective equipment and then map it on to some of the things people were saying in the political register about what the manly qualities of Americans were they're one of the same and so I thought it was fascinating to see how these two things the one seemingly insignificant a baseball glove and the one having to do with how America was fashioning itself as a world power were analogous to one another. in today's America where baseball has become increasingly a sport that requires a certain amount of affluence ward but it doesn't require but we see that even as for where the equipment is supposed to be very expensive the kids to get expensive coaching the kids you can export afford expensive equipment like high and loves it high and bats and who can afford to travel to play at the top level you know he is the glove also now becoming a metaphor for for the ways in which baseball isn't accessible the way it used to be. certainly and so one of the interesting things about about baseball gloves is that although it represents a distinctly American an object and then the Americans piece of sporting equipment only something like two tenths of of one percent of all baseball gloves are manufactured here and the ones that are manufactured in America start at about two hundred dollars and go up from there so well it's possible to buy an inexpensive baseball glove if you're buying one that has the cachet of being an American glove you're essentially committing to a pretty expensive proposition to play the game one of things I track in the book is how players in other countries have taken on a lot of the ingenuity that we saw in the early days of the baseball glove work where players were essentially inventing them out of things that existed and doing that now so I talk about how merry on a Rivera relates a story of fashioning a glove out of a cardboard box and in Japan after World War two players would make love that a fish skin so so that kind of that the ingenuity that we often associate with that you know a certain American quality is being picked up as other countries around the world pick up baseball is there a single glove that occupies an honored place in baseball history that that is kind of the glove I don't know that there's a single glove but certainly I think the the the the gloves that will soon developed in the nineteen fifties the a two thousand is really indicative of of a transformation in in both the glove in the game so if you look at gloves prior to the nineteen forties nineteen fifties they kinda look like a human hand as if the human hand was a big hello you know they've they've got recognizable fingers but the fingers are separated they might have a rudimentary wedding and in the nineteen nineteen fifties Wilson took that thing that looked like a human hand turned at about forty five degrees on its axis and created the glove that we know today you can still buy in a two thousand in the sporting goods store and it really transform the the nature of of what the glove was all about loves me the big difference in the glove is the subject of gave judgments new book the baseball glove history material meaning and value thanks so much for joining us here in the sporting life Hey thanks Jeremy was great talking to you thanks for having joined us I'm Jeremy.

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"pennzoil" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Pennzoil performance line is that a promise you all right we're gonna we're gonna mention this like maybe two times during the whole hour we're just going to mention it never going to get off of it because there's no new news here okay Antonio brown has filed another grievance with the Lee he continues his helmet battle I think we spent all of yesterday show talking about it at some point the raiders will look around and say look we've done everything we can that's what they've already told you what Mike may ox stands up and says you got to come back at some point the raiders look around and they say all right file all the grievances you want we don't care just get on the dang field okay that summarizes everything there is to say about Antonio brown he can continue this fight all day long when there's something actually decent there to break down its new will break it down but it's time to stop giving attention to that what we have drama going on all over the NFL and and look the Ezekiel Elliott drama it takes new turns and twists constantly because we're in new territory for what we're used to when you got a star running back it's leading with the star on his helmet that's deciding that he's gonna step away and till he gets Hey aid gets into feelings this is the natural thing that happens in hold out all right at some point it get it gets into everybody's feelings and we laughed about it yesterday we laughed about it yesterday but maybe we were the only ones remember Jerry Jones was asked after the game or after practice on Saturday after the game Tony Pollard rookie running back out of Memphis sat a couple in nice games in the preseason Tony Pollard not even really the the primary means they're Henderson was a primary running back out of Memphis last year's Tony Pollard wasn't exactly like the world up he was good but he was a household name coming out well he's quickly becoming one by having a good preseason I mean a good pre season though is far different than being Zeke after the game reporters were asking Jerry Jones if the success of Tony Pollard made Zeke less important and Jerry Jones remember responded with this answer.

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Every Team's Top Potential Free-Agent Targets After 2019 NBA Draft

Golic & Wingo

07:15 min | 3 years ago

Every Team's Top Potential Free-Agent Targets After 2019 NBA Draft

"You about to be immersed in woke bombs, because it is that time of the year. Our NBA insider, everyone else joins us. Whoa. Just before we get into free agency, which is going to be interesting. We are now what twelve hours removed from the draft. Your initial takes who won who lost? Well, I thought the two teams who made the most significant trade last night. New Orleans, and Atlanta, both fared very well maximize the assets that they had Atlanta moving up into number four. To get. The hunter from Virginia. Maybe most versatile forward in this draft the best defensive player player doesn't need the ball in his hands. They've got a lot of scoring on Atlanta team. And then Cam, reddish, who is probably a top three or four talent taking a little bit of a flyer on him at ten and then New Orleans, you know, their ability to keep expanding this Anthony Davis trade. They got Jackson Hayes at center beyond Ziya Williamson David Griffin, thanks, that's going to give them in the long term. Maybe the most athletic front court in the league pick up another first round pick. And now also have nearly thirty million dollars in salary cap space to go out and free agency. And some veterans to this team that could make it conceivable that, that the pelicans could make the playoffs in their first year without Anthony Davis. And usually when you trade a player of that, caliber. From a small market, you're going into a full rebuild. But I think the winning the lottery being able to get Zion Williamson has a lot of David Griffin to go and just the opposite direction. And they're set up really well in New Orleans, talking about teams on the way up in there seems kind of scratching our heads about that would be the Celtics. What what's going on there? Well, listen, they're preparing to lose career being Al Horford in free agency. They've got in the neighborhood of twenty six twenty seven twenty eight million dollars in cap space, they could use that to go after Senator to replace Al Horford. Nicola Busa vich in Orlando's a free agent. The Lakers have interest there if they can get the cap space for him if they want to put all in one player, but which is at priority in Orlando. You know, there's I think there's motivation on both sides to get a deal done. But if they weren't able to, you know, Boston's and position to swoop in there and try to make a deal with vich Boston still has some really good young players. Now they go from team that thought they were ready to compete for championships to a team now built around Jason Tatum. Jalen Brown Gordon Hayward who still on the right side of thirty years old, and who probably will have a much better season this year than last. But they've got to address that point guard position in Boston. They obviously have taken a step back if both of those players are gone free agency and that's and that's how they feel. That's how it appears right now talking to Adrian ward NASCAR ESPN NBA insider on the show Pennzoil performance line. And something we had Brian win horse on earlier. We're talking a little bit about as teams you mentioned move things around or creating cap space right now. The idea that the seventy Sixers with some available cap space could potentially take shot or try and get a meeting with Kawhi Leonard coming up in free agency. Tell us what you think about the viability of that. Oh, I think they'll get a meeting. I mean listen getting a meeting and being a serious contender for free agent are two different things and very often the relationships in place that will allow a team to get a meeting I thought all along Philadelphia would probably get a meeting for Leonard. I think the Knicks will also get a meeting with Leonard, but the front runners are still Toronto and the clippers. But. Players and their representatives will meet often sometimes as a courtesy with other teams but their focus in Philadelphia is keeping their own. And that's Jimmy Butler Tobias Harris and JJ Rettig. He's an important part of that group too, and he's coming off an outstanding season. It's going to be expensive to keep that team together. They knew that when they made the trades for Harris and for Butler, but their priorities to keep them and also find a way to keep there. You know, I think they may get a meeting with Leonard, but I don't think they're going to be a physician to sign them or insider, eighty ask is with us right now. Whoa. What, what are we hearing? The latest on the, the possibility that there might be a sign and trade deal that keeps Kevin Durant in Golden State, while he's rehabbing. So he gets his money, and then they'll be able to get something for money moves on trade. I don't know anything about that. I think the focus and Golden State right now is to try to sign Kevin Durant to keep Kevin Durant in with the warriors. They're going to offer him a five-year max contract, just as they were before the Killys injury. You know all the options that were there for Kevin Durant before that injury are still there. All the teams that were recruiting him that we're willing to essentially offer them the full scholarship, nobody's pulling back on the book or the meal plan, he's getting full scholarship from everybody. Maximum. Allowable for years with another team five years with the warriors, and they're determined to try to keep him keep Klay Thompson. Great analogy, by the way. As far as actual galleys of free agent when you can actually talk and deal with players. Forgetting that how much of the race is going on right now in the timing issues of these teams talking back door to try and get these things done. Now I mean we live in the real world, Mike and free agency started weeks ago just did. And so it's ongoing. You cannot keep people from talking, there are different philosophies out there. There are different styles going at it. I'm not saying every team is out every free agent is out, literally to go shitting numbers. But are there, some yes there are, and that's always been the case? But I think because of how many teams have so much you have over ten I think ten eleven teams with over twenty million dollars in space and teams who could go get it with one trade. Or waving a player who's got a partial guarantee. So there's lots of moving parts in this free agency teams don't want to be left behind. but you could also you can talk to your own player all the way through boston was able to talk about extension with al horford and it didn't look like they were not close on the numbers and that's why horford is headed in the free agency he feels they have some confidence there's a much bigger offer or offers out there for

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Looking Back: Toronto Raptors Win Game 6 in NBA Finals

CBS Sports Radio

04:47 min | 3 years ago

Looking Back: Toronto Raptors Win Game 6 in NBA Finals

"So now we're past the NBA finals. Congratulations. At around raptors there, the champions of the basketball world. Now, the real fun begins involving that team Golden State Indian BA. Let's bring on Howard Beck was a terrific, terrific senior NBA writer for Bleacher report. He said, thanks to shell Pennzoil performance line. I'm going to go back to the finals Toronto Winston six. What word or words would use to describe that series? And what we all experienced and what we also with all due respect to the raptors 'cause they don't want their championship. I don't use the tip of their, their championship because their championship deserves all the plot. It's all the praise that, that they've earned that you're asking me just to describe the series weird. I mean. You know, and that was from the beginning, by the way, we roll back to clock McAllister a couple of weeks here. I said, even we're going into the series that this was going to be possibly the strangest or these the most unique final. Dive of are covered up covered eighteen or nineteen of them now. And the reason is we've never had a final start where the superstar each team was both in both cases possibly leaving. Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant that was unprecedented tone that these guys were so much in play remain. So, but then bigger than that was just the, the fact that Kevin Durant was not starting the series but was not necessarily out either. He was this spectre looming over the whole thing. And so even as the raptors one game one even as the warriors sweet out game to the real question was not. Well, how's it going, how matchups going to go? What's the moves and counter moves? And who's the better team? It was no Wayne is Kevin Durant coming back. And if he does that change the entire complexion of the series, and that alone made this series this finals, absolutely unique, and then all the other layers on top of it, the intrigue over, what he comes back the frustrations that have been reported about the with the warriors team. It's about not knowing when he was gonna come back is coming back Klay. Thompson misses a game on looney misses the game. Dread does come back. And of course goes down with that terrible achilles. And they somehow manage to, to be a game in a game six where they could have extended this thing. And Klay Thompson goes down with the ACO. We've just never ever ever seen anything quite like this NBA finals. I'm always a big believer that even if it's something is not a positive even if it's a negative is going to help sell it's going to get a lot of attention. How much do you think with all that going on really not only help the NBA, but further the NBA going into the future going into the offseason with free agency from the NBA is not having any trouble getting attention? These days ratings are generally great, tennis, great their credibly popular period. I think the NBA is fine regardless what I do. Think is positive coming out of the series. I mean, let's, let's go just the fact that we've got free agency coming up first NBA free agency, NBA transactions have become like its own season in its own its own category of story. So there's the basketball in the NBA is very proud of the quality about four knows. I think they should be there's all the other stuff in the NBA is more than happy to have all the other stuff the transactions in the rumors. They're they're fine with all of that. It's, it's, you know, teams may not like speculation about their player and the player may not always like a is kind of sitting there going, you know, it's fine. You know, people are talking about a lot the tweeting about us, and they're speculating, and it's fine. But in terms of the finals, and how it impacts NBA popularity I think it can only be good for the league to have the raining. Super team. Not just lose as the warriors did. But all of a sudden very moral because Kevin Durant is probably not gonna play next season even if he stays. And I don't think he's staying Klay. Thompson may not play all next season if he stays, and I think he will stay, but the warriors won't be the warriors next season. So after all, these years of people saying it's a fatal complete the season is meaningless. We're just waiting for the warriors coronation. Well, that's not going to be the case anymore. There's no you know, we have warriors Cavs for four straight years. And then we had warriors Toronto next season next June. We're going to have a completely different finals, Leonard leaves, the raptors will have a different entrance from the east also. So if you if you're a fan of restoring some equilibrium, or not wanting a super team that just dominates too extreme measure than we're gonna good place where things stand right now because there's gonna be

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Pennzoil performance line Toronto, we do in this. I don't know how this works. I got, you know, I, I didn't know last week if you're a new show first and last just came back last week and I made the comment before the series started that Golden State was gonna win. It was going to be a sweep it was going to be laughable. They were gonna destroy Theron. Well, that meant Thursday night was not a good night for my hot takes Friday morning. I ate crow Ford, I came in and said, hey, you know, this is on me. I was obviously wrong. I'm just curious when we have beef since this is new to me. I'm usually sort of nice guy around here. But now that we got beef like, do we trash talk each other after every win like do I go at you guys now and then you come back at me after the next one and we just do this for the whole entirety of the series? Or do we wait till the end of the series? I'm being a little condescending to as I as I clap backers feel feel pig today. If you missed it last night in Toronto, Golden State gets the win, all kidding aside one or nine one four. And what was a really good game in some ways and also some really bad game? I mean realistically the shooting in the beginning, this thing was laughable. You're looking around thinking this is not at all indicative of the Golden State. We're used to seeing in the playoffs the Toronto we've gotten annot. Early on. It was ugly in some ways, but the wind and self is pretty, and there's some significant takeaways. No, we didn't get Katie. But we did get booking. And the question was going to be how much boogie cousins where we're going gonna get remember he came back for game one plate about eight minutes, say those eight minutes were not necessarily the most consequences game one came out as the starter game too. And it was a statement to me a lot of that was a statement to how well assault played in game one, I think there was sort of a reaction to that day, obviously went for size, boogie came out and laid it on. He was aggressive, right? For guy that we know is hobbled. He was aggressive. He was still able to get in there getting mix. And he was creating physical tone early. I thought that was an impressive important part of the game. It was impressive have boogie but we have to remember, he's hobbled that's significant because at the end of all of this is not the only person that's hobbled. The worst news comes out of this came for Golden State, particularly Klay Thompson. Seems to injured his hamstring. Now, if there's anything, we know about play Thompson, it's it takes a lot for him. Not to place Kerr head coach talked about it afterwards when he was asked about the injury, clay said he'll be fine clay could be half dead. He'd see. We'll see. Hamstring thinks it's minor. So I don't know what that means going forward, loon something with the shoulder, so we'll see the warriors continue to be banged up. That's going to make it more difficult for this series as it moves forward. But either way they get the one nine one, oh four win. They steal homecourt. They're able to steal homecourt out of this thing and take their opportunity to win it now. It brings up a question the way the entire game played out brought them, one real question because if you missed it last night, if you're already in bed. You're watching the ball move around. You're watching the final play at this point near the end of the game. They were up by two moving the ball around. And there was an unexpected hero to come in and hit the game clinching three the call..

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:52 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The proof is in the Pennzoil Q rich if for everybody, but I'll start with you the line, and we're going to get into this next hour. In terms of Doc Rivers saying that is close to we've seen to Michael Jordan you played the game. She played some of the greats up close and personal. What's your reaction to that? I love Doc Rivers with all due respect to Doc Rivers. I'd feel that he is a prisoner of the moment. How soon we forget, he has to have convenient amnesia. He is living and coaching in Los Angeles. Where where the MJ clone made his name, popular. The closest thing we have, and will ever. See two one. Michael Jordan is Coby Bryan in that is that is without a doubt. He walks like him. He chews gum like him. He shoots fade away. Like him. I wanna hear this about no wide is the closest thing to end up big hands. I don't care about Kobe has amid post game. Are you kidding? Right there. Are you? What? Crassus watching you serious right now. Peskine ball. What I have seen. I've seen video clips side by side of Michael in Kobe in the move, look identical when he catch the ball and do this on the post before he goes to go into that movie that you just did Michaels moved Koby cloned. Listen co. I don't wanna look like Michael. He don't wanna play like any just does Coby Coby forced his way. I don't kill listen. He was impeccable Eddie, co I've just naturally does that. He got big hands. He's strong. He face up his mom. Mike said his game is simple. I mean, Bobby Bobby help me out Bobby, I'm not giving. I'm not throwing you got. No chance. Hey, when we when you watch Jordan in the nineties, you felt like every time he shot the ball, it was going in. I don't care where he was shooting from that it was going in. And when you when you watch Kobe, you felt the same way okay felt the same way about Kobe. I don't feel about Clinton is a great way right there. Because I do I don't feel that yet about go. I, I don't. I don't I mean he you know he thought he struggled up to a point on in game one. And then he hit that big three down in the fourth quarter but I you know maybe he's mid range game, but I don't have that same feeling. Like I do with, with Kobe, where with Michael the argument can't be well, he's got big hands, like, especially with Kobe literally mimicked every movement. I know I know what you're talking about you, your side by side. This literally I didn't go he modeled everything after him it wasn't like he had the same moves but was a scrub like he won five chips like there's one of the raiders ever played the game. That's bananas. Before you can't say because the why Leonard can palm the ball and do a fake pass. Like, that's, that's the only thing I'm giving I saw palm the ball fake pass. I loud, it was kinda NJS. But like no, all I heard from G was that Colby muddled his game after Mike which means each what he wrote themselves to where it was unnatural a, why don't do that co. Why does not do that? One thing about Kobe Bryant's gained looked unnatural. Kobe Bryant was the do what are you talking about? I've say. We can pull up interviews where he tries to talk an answer, just how Michael answer. Hey, forced that. It was a. Jay. Bobby? If you want to say, I don't care what you wanna say. Whatever happy, he got to that point. He he is the closest thing to 'em. He had to try to allies. Does that try Kawai does that say? Michael say that we are answering is, is the closest thing to nj. No, I'm just thinking more natural. Why does it have to? He's not trying to be Kobe tried to be the question is, who is the closest to Michael is comfy? Is coby? He looked just like him. He warned five brings Dorney. He became legendary Dorney, there's too, as far as two guys for as far as goats. It's Michael, then there's Koby y'all have all the rest of this. Don't do that. That's a dude that I'm just saying, best, whatever whatever Bobby helped me, Bobby with Quinton. You know what happens is we get issue people? Forget how good house good house. Good players wearing nineties, how good we weird the argument, I think when Phillies rolling about Joel Embiid, Joel Embiid could be, you know, a top five player top-five center or God, we forget how good shack was. I can never forget, I got drafted in two thousand I came to LA right in the beginning of the three P, I had to see the fro Koby number eight. Had to see him like guard work. Do you remember the movie love and basketball when she was playing defense? And it was the camera was like, that's what it feels like when you. In the league he will do anything. He signed live hand threes. He did anything. Clinton. We went to New Jersey. We went to the finals and people say, oh, you went to finals. I know we went to one loss to San Antonio. I don't even know if I consider losing to the Lakers being in the NBA finals, because those four games went by so quick. And that was. I mean, those two guys Bobby, I'm intrigue. Hold on, guys. We forgot something what where's your lifetime of brand loyalty to? To talking about me. I was in. I'm Jordan brand athlete. Oh, gee. Has one bad thing about Michael in your life. I'm about about the explain the Jordan brand doors has zero duty is more about the fact that I grew up in I was born and raised in Chicago. And no matter what I watch every single game on WGN. We knew you watch every game every day. Ask somebody the national. You know about the code bears, because WGN bro, like WGN was low queenie Kate, we have much, we had WD every single game every single move everything break built the empire. So, right. You ain't gotta talk about my Jordan endorsement, it was what I watched him do ain't nobody bad. I didn't say ain't nobody better than him. You sold me. I'll tell you why they not. Have you ever seen? Kobe Bryant palm Abascal ball. Gotta rub in here. We got revenue. Quin richardson. Buck always good talking to you coming on with this. NBA inside his final specials continued that to this time out coming up next, the clippers fine for tampering..

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The proof is in the Pennzoil and for the athletics, the win streak continues after days victory over the angels, the one peak of the line. Left. There's an shirt slow the fourteenth home run for the as third baseman lead, it seven five ninety five seven the game on the call athletics. Take down the angels, eight five extending their win streak to ten straight the longest active streak in baseball and the longest for Oakland since June of two thousand six as for the Mexx Jacob degrom out of this game. Mickey Callaway going to poll pin gets back out Dodger Stadium lung soccer singleton once again, here's Roxy Bernstein. All right. Bric a double switch for the Mets Daniels. More Alexi on the bound and now the Mets go to their bench for the double switch Carlos Gomez goes into place center notepad, seven a rather nine with. More of that in seven, the lefty, slings went in there to breaking ball that comes back over the outside corner for a strike today. Hernandez pinch hitting now for jock Peterson with two on and one out of three three games. Right handed. Batting kick Hernandez, hitting to seventeen with seven home runs. One strike pitch and Hernandez. Lifts it down the right side that slicing foul the crowd, and so into the luxury that Dave Roberts dodgers skipper has all the interchangeable part. So he can pitch hit for jock Peterson who John cat three Knox in this game three singles, but can pitch hit for him here in this opportunity to go ahead with KiKi Hernandez KiKi in the game moving to second base and move. Chris Taylor.

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Torture report shows progress in Afghanistan, but much more needed

UN News

06:48 min | 3 years ago

Torture report shows progress in Afghanistan, but much more needed

"We'll have to be some measures taken by the government to address torture. We are seeing some Pennzoil impacts of the steps taken by the government over the last two years. But while it's good to see that. There's some progress the oval big as will torture and treatment of conflict related detainees. Still disturbingly high in the sense that one insert sorry to interrupt. But in the sense that one in three detainees six hundred plus detainees who you? Nominate contacted the UN mission in Afghanistan. One in three say, they tortured in what way would they tortured, please they were tortured principally by beachings mainly by eating with hikes in payables, including on the feet, which is very painful, but doesn't leave any mocks now in some pick your location, they were all other forms of kickback even more serious including with. Electric shocks is expensive from ceilings very hot to stress positions for extended. Periods of time. Pulling genitals reported threats of death and other forms of sexual violence. And also, a very common form in particular. Locations in panda included being suffocated, eighty the tactic digested ahead or your Walser for throats, and one common form was be covered by a blanket people sitting on Thursday and back and being also maintains except potatoes, especially the okay, so that sounds absolutely horrific. And yet, you NAMA is saying along with the office of the high commission of human rights that this is an improvement since the last report, which I think was in two thousand sixteen and do you? I started reporting on this in two thousand ten in the previous record. And if report it quite right thing debut stock and plenty time. Time is actually being some improvement in that it's disturbing wanting three and keep the down. However from thirty nine percent four out of ten in the previous two years ago. And the that in in twenty eighty there was some progress in the among those into twenty eighteen twenty seven to say because the real treatment. So yeah, I think how headline is that some progress is very long way to go. There was also at the normative and the negatives. If no in that in twenty eighteen Afghanistan exceeded the optional protocol eventually they'd still and that these why because today seventeenth today because one year since the optional protocol was exceeded to near encouraging Afghanistan too. Establish a national preventive mechanism as they're required to do. So can I just jump in Richard just to us? What is the state's ability and capacity to actually help improve this, obviously, there's a willingness to do. So, but how capable is it of actually achieving what it needs to? Yeah. All post anti-drug commissioned nationally ups yet eight legislative began store Jerry metro check, nor so they became being Orage taking some sticks at a high level it needs to do more. And they have been training have been establishment of mechanisms you've been the key agencies responsible for torture, including bagels and ESPN. She's been candidates agency, the police and the military, so they're awesome steps in the right direction to develop capacity, we have found however that what we call key procedural and other legal safeguards that'd be Parke's often failing to uphold them lose, for example, access to lawyers. I contacted the family medical screen and information of rights for detainees as well. Proper investigations to follow up when are complaints. Go turn treatment buying the perpetrators held to account or if they are the measures. They can be such serious such an serious crime, very light. And that victims are really told about progress or up of cases, which remain mainly opaque. Can I also just ask and sorta to interrupt about accountability? Because it doesn't sound like what it was certainly one of the features of the report and High Commissioner of human rights. Michelle Bachelet said there must be accountability. Otherwise, this kind of thing will never stop. But that's not particularly new messages it. So what are your main hopes having released this fifth report? A main hopes that the commitments made the normal given negative level internationally domestically actually in. Lamented in practice 'cause you're not seen enough of that yet. We we have seen some signs of accountability. Would apparently Trump people removed from positions, according to the government response to the report, but be seeing very little if any serious investigations or prosecutions still carry now a crime in this country, but many fits me to take him on accountability. At the criminal Justice never would also found that nearly all of the Chinese the report for chapter saying that the total ill-treatment stops. Once they confessed. And this kind of culture is very concerning. Confessions obtained done before share essentially worthless. And they are illegally excluded as evidence in court. And so that is another thing. Yeah. Much change needs to take place needed to use torture to obtain a confession do. Those who are perpetrating these abuses actually realized that is it a case of educating everyone in detention centers that it just went hold water in a court of law. It connected, and I think you're right -education training are absolutely necessary. That has been among standing practice of using torture to the pain confessions, and I think that making that issues unacceptable amigo country to the penal code. They have better results. I think we are starting to see better results in twenty eighteen particularly with the intelligence of the NBS and note that they have new UCF introduced better training and policies on torture. Yeah.

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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The proof is in the Pennzoil Luxeuil as it taken away by Ben Simmons is there that goes around the lays it up at in Atkinson would a time out. But honestly about ninety seconds two lane. It's a twenty point Dave civics hills. Russell breaks away lays it up at it. And the Sixers got their crowd on their feet ninety seven five the fanatic. Ben Simmons coming off a nine point performance in game. One for Philly followed it up with his second career playoff. Triple double eighteen points, ten rebounds, twelve assists as a Sixers even their series with the nets at a game apiece. Vong a one forty five one twenty three victories. We get back out to oracle arena. Jon, Barry, here's marquess. Discern hyper have up his third quarter that John berry said is is rolling. It's rolling machine. Israeli nine for nine from. The field eight assists on the nine field goal. Absolutely. And Steph curry has any of it out there. Remarkable game to the next two will be in Los Angeles Thursday. We'll have the Sunday on ESPN radio out of the break. Cook from the corner they missed a shot in the third. Mrs three rebounded by Shannon. Dow's court clippers Michael Green corner. Three good from the far left quarter to Michael Green with a tripling Cher over forty percent in the regular season. Did you Mike actually cut it from down thirty one down twenty four ninety four seventy warriors lead in possession attack? The basket you are left-wing cook a tie since over left side to trae mon- drain on the three point arc. They don't defend gives it up bell. Great fee. Downloaded thompson. It was waiting hesitating got hell to shake rather as Lou Williams came by and that'll be the foul on Williams. Play the line. Post up players fluff. That's not what they want. They want split action where that time Klay Thompson and Quinn cook came together. One guy pop to three point line. One guy goes to the whole layoffs into the whole. He's wide open. Good fine in another couple of free throws. Warriors are now twenty two to twenty four from what makes that so hard to think they're so good at what you have to respect three point line. And when they come together a lot of miscommunication for the defense who has. You see so many open backups open for the Golden State Warriors tops. And it's the free throws. He's got seventeen warriors by twenty six under the basket. Lou Williams found the little hole and behind his head able to lay it up in the Williams off the bench now at fourteen points, six assists. Six minutes left in the third ninety six seventy two Golden State wing. Cook is pointing Kevin Durant to leave from where he was set up on high. Go to bell feeds Thompson down the post shot. Just a bit short green. Michael Green has the clipper rebound. Those two Gallinari on the far left side has too high screens cuts across to the right with Jordan belt beltway now gonorrhea cuts to the left down the lane stops pops for fourteen and hats. Twenty two. What was it? Thirty four. Thirty one was the biggest warrior leap number nine. If they can get any closer here with five thirty five to go in the thirty visit NBA game. We like to say everyone makes run and now they're going to get right up on Durant. Beverly whoa. And he kind of slung the toward point cookie screen them off. But gets fact suits for three has the ultimate answer. Triple. Beverly so worried about getting hit. He forgot the guard Quinn took the other side our gives up an open three. They swing it around the horn and Patrick Beverley a sham it on the left. Champa guarded by Durant off the switch tops at all. Fence foul against the clippers in Durant grabbing his left arm. Michael greens and shot him to Michael Green. Pops up those Durant holding reap cage a little bit. I thought he'd just got hit on the left arm. Got left. No, actually, you know, what you're right. He did rather up a river area. You on that? Second foul on j Michael Green on offense, afoul, go the other way as Kevin Durant point cook working up high. Bella Durant is going to be his second docs gonna call time out. We'll step away with four fifty eight to go there in the second quarter ninety nine seventy four warriors lead the clippers and this is the NBA playoffs on ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by Indian. With.

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"pennzoil" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

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Knicks Snap 18-Game Home Losing Streak with Win over Spurs to Avoid NBA History

NBA Insiders

07:45 min | 3 years ago

Knicks Snap 18-Game Home Losing Streak with Win over Spurs to Avoid NBA History

"Guys. We have a guest here obviously on the shell Pennzoil performance line. And it is oh guy. Our guy Bagley get your bag. Ian, how're you doing? In. My three favorites out there tonight. I'm very excited. Yes. ESPN New York. Knicks reporter also does the nets and basically holds the upper east coast down in did you know that the Knicks made the Oscars they pretty much won an Oscar did you notice this? Yeah. We got wind of it on social media after the game. And we asked a couple of players about if they hadn't seen a year for too excited to just see the clip Samuel Jackson, and Spike Lee. Not every not every year that the Knicks could have mentioned on the Oscars deserves rightfully so. Because the Knicks would at home first time that happened since December one twenty eight and I'm talking about last year folks, twenty we're everywhere. Number one two thousand eighteen they won. They beat the Spurs one thirty one eighteen and I even saw the icing on the cake who threw off the backboard pass for the dunk like it was just wild. How important Dennis Smith? Well, of course, it makes sense. Usually he's on the other end of the dunk rape. How does this when in Madison Square Garden me? What was the field? Was it like a sign of relief for coach physio it felt like a weight off everybody's shoulders, you know, coach FitzGerald would tell us that they don't think about it. They don't talk about it. But then the players afterward joking around the locker room, it just felt like a much later lock home. Now, they knew about they were one loss away from Batasuna longest losing streak ninety history set in ninety three ninety four by the Dallas Mavericks. They know that they have the longest losing streak in franchise history. This so they're aware of those numbers. They don't want to be a part of that history. Tonight, especially the team like the city until you're Spurs. It's not easy, especially for this. And we've got a twenty two games left would throw out the record. We know where we know where we are twelve hundred forty eight what should be the goals over the next six weeks here with this team wanna see consistency. I think so Kevin Knox. You'd wanna see what Frank ntilikina as you're still trying to answer that question. You know, one one and a half almost two seasons. Enter France career, he should get healthy at some points to from this point. I think it was the next to kiss him significant minutes trying to answer that question to try to see if he can be elite guard. What did he do off the ball and where he used offensively so between seven and Saint not some consistency. From those guys. I think the next like what they've seen recently from young player in literal Robinson who who's really played well, especially since the Andre Jordan has come over from Dallas Jordan has done a good job mentoring. Mitch robinson. So I think it's it's the young players on your team and being able to project them forward who is a keeper who can you pencil in for next year? And who do you think won't be around piggybacking off your point there? What's the the Knicks recruiting pitch this summer? You know, who they Bill that around is it around, you know, playing with somebody like Dennis Smith. Knox. Or like what how does that play out? Jordan because you have the two max slots. Pitches almost hey, come come here and tell us who you wanna play with right twenty nine hundred she class, we get that you wanna play with and Kevin Durant. Also simple. You want to change the narrative around. Golden State to win those titles. You come here. And you have success in New York you wanna title in New York. I mean, that's a forever thing doesn't staffers outside of Madison Square Garden and no one. We'll talk about how joined that Golden State to win your earlier title simple message. Anybody else? It's tell us who you wanna play with. We'll try to bring that guy in. That's the voice of in Begley are ESPN next report. And that's reporter upper east coast. Reporter you're listening to insiders. I'm Bobby marks Jordan Schultz ESPN radio ESPN app and Sirius XM channel eighty now. Talking about obviously, the potential free agency this summer. Those are all big question marks largely because of the trade deadline, sending Kristaps Porzingis opening up two slots, but tell me how worried were Knicks fans watching Duke UNC this past week in. Knick fans are still watching the Knicks games. I give them a lot of credit assume most expensive watching every night. So. A big sigh of relief. I think I'm this fanbase when you found out that that sign injury wasn't that serious that he's going to be okay. Because this record twelve weeks at this point. And they're just looking ahead towards the trash and like every other bottom. Feeding MBA franchise. They're looking at nine what you've seen how he can impact their roster. How much he can change the fourteen organization. So, you know, certainly everybody around here was relieved when they found that he was okay. The interesting thing so Zion and wherever the Knicks end up in the draft in the top three. They hope is could that pick then help them creed. With the woman's Francis us, I think that's something. That's that's certainly on the fan bases minded. I'm sure the front office is thinking about different permutations packages. They could put together including that twenty nine team first round pick to try to entice New Orleans Detroit. And before we let you go. What do you think Zion playing in Madison Square Garden would look like do you think it would be just the new coming up LeBron or even even bigger based on his highlights in his dunking ability. I remember the Jeremy Lin Ron and how much energy was in the building night in and night out. How much of the event every home game was your masters. I think it would be just like that. But even more so sign Williamson was here. Because you know, he getting the franchise all three player people talk about him as a prospect the same way, they talks about Davis to bring that kind of talent into this building would give this reasons for optimism something they haven't had in a long time around here in. I look forward to our shared slice of pizza. I know we've been pushing off that day for a long time. He's been the best pizza apparently in New York. But before we let you go last, but not least we have awards given out for the MBA insiders and honors of aren't Oscars. Have you been watching the Oscars tonight? Because I've been at the. Is your feed though, you saw here. A little bit here and there, okay? This has been a Mahershala Ali love fest on the show, but we actually have awards given out today on MBA insiders throughout the course of the night. 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"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"pennzoil" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Pennzoil performance line unless you are. And then you join us in studio here, we are thankful for a woman crush Wednesday. Everyone's day when she can make it. She's a world traveler, she's globetrotter. She's a professional athlete. And so we know time is precious. So we appreciate it. I got you forgiving giving. Golic and wingo. Some time this morning. It's going to be over there. And surprise we take you up till they every Monday through Friday Chennai our first guest on. Can we go this morning? Joining us at six thirty eastern Damien. Woody. The big man gonna join us little after eight o'clock eastern in their get all caught up on some of the things that we heard out of the old man decision makers in the NFL yesterday. The exit interviews the postseason press conferences are in full force, stugotz from the Dan Le Batard show was to God's going to join us at nine o'clock eastern, probably start planning the Gulf outing with Stu in the laboratory crews since he is dispatched my father and Trey wingo and their picks this season in the NFL and Alani the host of Arielle. Hawaii's m a show podcast gonna be with us in studio at nine thirty eastern. Again, we mentioned the USC on ESPN. Plus is getting started this weekend. Big time stuff coming from that an REO is as good as it gets. He is leading the charge on our UFC related content. Going to be great to visit with him for a little bit. There. ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. The power to save is in your hands. Snapshot from progressive rewards, you're safe driving with discounts. Find out more at Progresive dot com. All right. We got Sinead coming up on Golic and wingo. Yeah, we got Schnee here right now, we have a lot of stuff we've been flying around two this morning. Wanna try and get back to his much of it as we can with you guys let you know what we're going to be talking about over Goldman go coming up..

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"pennzoil" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pennzoil" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson played a high-stakes match that was simply missing good golf

SportsCenter AllNight

05:17 min | 3 years ago

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson played a high-stakes match that was simply missing good golf

"Channel eighty. We bring in now golf writer for ESPN and ESPN dot com. Bob Harris was at the match today with Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in Las Vegas. And he joins us on the shell Pennzoil performance line. It's Aaron and Ari if you had to give today a grade overall from the experience to the golf to the whole nine yards with this. I ever pay per view golf match the day after thanksgiving. What grade would you give it? Well, I would probably give it a b minus. You know, I I happen to think that the match was a good idea that a lot of the negatives that will flip fourth or somewhat unfounded. But you know, at the end of the day for it's a really really work and be good golf has to be really good at. I didn't think it was that good tiger struggle for good. The today certainly the front line still had a chance to really build a lead on them because tiger was struggling. And and and wasn't able to do it. You know, the course played a little harder than I expected. You wanted. These guys make fun of birdie chances for eagles, and you know, have their this up and down back and forth. And it didn't really happen. Like that. There was some drama at the end, certainly. But you know, at the end, I think what you saw was to champion guy who won a lotta tournament really fighting hard to not lose. Either guy wanted to lose their wanna came down to the end, and they were trying with all they had, you know, and and obviously took it to four extra holes. And you know, I I know for fill this was day. He really really put a lot into trying to accomplish this and was able to get it done. Do you think Bob there's an element of you know, these are big competitors? And and just the mentality the psychology of getting ready for a major too so different. I mean, do you think that's why the Gulf was was was the way that it was just because you can't lie to yourself in that regard. Well, I think that's certainly part of it. And also, you know, look, I'm not making excuses for them. But in Tigers case, no, I don't think he was prepared is is he would normally wants to be you know, he he had a long season this year come back from back surgery. Played a lot of golf and after the Ryder Cup. He shut it down for a while. Understandably so still tiger really really been the last three weeks. We're sort of trying to gear up, you know, for something like this with all that on the line. And you know, that means, you know, you're kind of just getting back involved a couple of weeks ago, and then you're testing. Wittman and then you're working on your short game. And and and you know, I'm not sure it was just all it was just all there for tiger. You know, I just don't I still don't think that he he quite had everything that he needed. And you know, he didn't practice at this venue as much as spill did. And you know, again, I just think that's part of it. You know, it's a long year. And and he wasn't gonna go overboard getting ready for for one tournament. And yet, I think we saw some from them. Harry is our guest ESPN senior golf writer was in Las Vegas at the match between tiger and Phil today, which fell one for nine million dollars. Bob, you are one of only a few hundred people who is allowed on the grounds. So just kind of take us through your day. What what was it like getting in there? How much does what kind of stories can you tell from being able to actually physically be at this event, which was not open to spectators? You know, I was actually surprised how fluid the process was, you know, this is not a place that that hold public events or or even big events. It's a very exclusive and private golf course. It's meant for high rollers, you know, people who come here, you know, and want to play golf and are spending a lot of money to do it. And you know, there's there's some infrastructure. That's required to put out a golf that you know, when you're gonna have TV and media, and then, you know, even though the the number of spectators was relatively small a couple of hundred, you know, it's still you gotta park, and you gotta have you know, concessions, and they had some hospitality. And and you need to have you know, restrooms and all that sort of stuff. So, but from my standpoint, I thought it was fine. I mean and the atmosphere was good. I mean, they were these were clearly golf fans, and and they crowded around all the all the green. Liens and all the holes. And and you know, and that's frankly, this is why there was no there was no admittance for general spectators because they just they couldn't accommodate the places not equipped to hold that many people. And and obviously you've got it that have parking form. You gotta have this. Ability to be able to have that many people. And but I thought I thought they handled it well for the amount that they had and what they were

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Kyle Busch burns it down after winning at Phoenix

Investor's Edge

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Kyle Busch burns it down after winning at Phoenix

"Nascar's second to last race taking place on Veterans Day, just outside Phoenix. Arizona USA radio's Timberg at the event. Kyle Busch won the canny I'm five hundred which is held that. I assume raceway just outside of Phoenix, Arizona. I had a chance to catch up with joy Lugano driver of the number twenty two Pennzoil Ford and ask him what it means for him to be racing on Veterans Day weekend. Military. Recognize military. From raceway for USA radio news. I'm

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Nick Bosa: Withdrawing from school to prepare for draft

Golic & Wingo

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Nick Bosa: Withdrawing from school to prepare for draft

"Way, when you know, what's coming down the pike as far as the NFL draft and the type of contract that you'll be able to secure for yourself and your family. So football is big business and these players have to make business decisions for themselves as well analyst Damien Woody with us on the shell Pennzoil performance line. Get triple action protection for optimal engine performance with Shelby power nitro plus premium gasoline, wood, man, we were talking about this the last hour before you came on you, right? We've all known this is a big business forever. It feels like the players are finally in college football specific. I'm talking about are finally realizing, hey, we are the big business and they're beginning to understand, especially the top players how much leverage in power. They actually have. Absolutely tray. Because I mean understand this. You're talking about college football now where some OT billion dollar business. Do the schools everyone is making money in this in this whole deal except the players the school the administration the head coach athletic director, everyone is making huge amounts of money except for the player. So I think we're finally starting to see awakening from from the the, quote, unquote, labor out there that you know, what without us. There would be no multi billion dollar enterprise that is college football. And he's got a starting to make smart business decisions for themselves. Talking to Damien Woody with us. Former first round pick ESPN NFL analyst on the shell Pennzoil performance line. And with that in mind, Damian because I almost like invest to what ends up being a contract holdout, Joey Bosa knows what he's worth and is going to wait until he's on the other side before he's going to put his body on the line again for we talked about a do you does it? Get more uncomfortable for you, all of a sudden this guys who like we hinted that would you'd avian cloudy are healthy, scratches that decide going into their last year, you know, what my stocks at its highest point. I'm not going to risk it by playing any games during my final season in college. Well, I mean, listen, I bought don't think you're talking about, you know, a select few type of guys it's not like we're going to see just as onslaught of the onslaught or a tidal wave of guys that want to opt out not playing. We're only talking about the league of the elite type guys debut on clown Nick Bosa those type of guys. So I don't think this is going to be something where we're, you know, we're going to see a whole got pulled his tug move off going into the NFL Damian that we have certainly

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New York Giants waive young QB Davis Webb in shocking move

First and Last

03:24 min | 4 years ago

New York Giants waive young QB Davis Webb in shocking move

"The New York Giants cutting Davis Webb. Now Gordon, I know we. I heard on the national side, but locally was the talk is serious last year when we had UI manning getting benched and the giants talking about eventually taking saquon Barkley at two in the draft. This idea that Davis Webb could seriously be the quarterback of the future. Was that a serious conversation around New York? It was not just fans of brought that up. It was media members that brought that up. There were people who consider themselves insiders who felt like no Davis Webb has a legitimate chance to be ally. Manning's era parent, which was strange because even at the time it was said that ally manning was going to play the expectation barring injury for at least another couple years. You're talking about a guy who would be going into twenty twenty without really seeing any significant time who you drafted in the third round and still then maybe he might be the apparent. But no, that was absolutely brought up as some by some that that was a reason why the jets were not gonna take a quarterback in the first round of the draft that they like Davis Webb and they thought of him. He was a third round pick. And that's not something to sneeze at so. But no, I never worked out that way and it was always kind of puzzling. I think to a lot of us that that Origene that did not draft. A guy is now going to put this faith in this guy, especially when he did not have good preseason this year. I mean, anytime you, you know, when he really got a bit of a chance in the preseason that first preseason game where he got a significant run, he was not good. So I think that the news is still kind of stunning that they decided to cut them essentially decided to go with the thirty year old Alex Tanny over him when he was just a third round pick a year ago. But the I know that talk about him at least within some circles in the media was out there talking to Gordon Damer on the show Pennzoil performance. Does that make you at all hesitant looking back now, even as great as we all think saquon Barkley is going to be this idea that in a year worthy quarterback class was considered so stellar and understanding. It looks like that talent is going to drop off in the coming years. When the guys we're seeing coming out of college. Does that give anyone pause now, looking at the fact that maybe even with a great running back giants could have passed on a quarterback that could succeed succeed, Eli manning that narrative is already well established in this town. Yeah. I mean, people are already hopping on that bandwagon might be the only exercise some people get, but that is the that is the exercise they're getting right now is jumping on that bandwagon because that's one that you can easily foresee right saquon Barkley could go out this year and as a running back, have a sensational season. But if the giants don't make the playoffs, go deep into the playoffs another year off the calendar for thirty seven year old ally manning and in the very same stadium, you have this young twenty one year old quarterback who very well could be making strides to show that he is the real deal and at least so far, right. We're talking about all these quarterbacks taken in the first round. He's the only guy that's going to be starting week one of those guys, all these guys that we talked about and we're dreaming all these scenarios before the draft Sam darnold. The only guy and he's still playing in this town with the along with the, you know the jets facing off against the giants who decided, no, we're not gonna go, rebuild. We're going to do quick fix. We're going to plug in a running back who's certainly going to be very talented now that that narrative is certainly out there. Well established and people are just looking for more and more evidence to kind of support it right

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