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"pete rose junior" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on The Playbook

"On this episode of the playbook, I have nick will Linda record-setting high wire artist and author of the new book facing fear and we're GonNa talk about why the show must go on and how to make sure does join us for all of this more on the playbook. This is entrepreneurs the playbook. Each week, I bring you some of the greatest athletes, celebrities and entrepreneurs to talk about their personal and professional playbook to success in what made them champions on the field and in the border. I'm your host David Meltzer this day, Melcher with entrepreneurs, the playbook, and I've waited a long time for this interview because I am a huge fan of the windows nick will end up. He has a daredevil era list. He has eleven Guinness, Book World Record. That's right. That means he has the spirit of excellence and that's why I wanted him on the playbook is how do we understand that spirit of being the world's best at something never one two obviously being a daredevil in airless you have a great grasp on the practice of ending fear, which is one of. My main objectives in life and I think a practice that everyone can especially now with compressed uncertainty accelerated change utilize practice to accelerate and to achieve what they want and most importantly to be happy like you said, your main persistence buyers other welcome to the playbook nick. Hey thanks me on I. So I know you as a family business but in some respects, people don't think about it. I've been around a lot of athletes, celebrities, entertainers, and when you are inheriting a world famous family business this, it's not all roses you know because there's a lot of pressure. Run I hate to be Pete. Rose Junior. With Tony Gwynn Junior, you know there's What..

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"Hit away from matching ty Cobb's fifty seven year old record occurred of four thousand one hundred ninety one hits with more than twenty eight thousand fans looking on and countless more tuned in on their TV's TV's and Radios Pete came up to bat again in the fifth inning as he stepped up to the plate. The normally hostile Chicago crowd rose to its feet and cheered. It didn't matter that Pete had given them so much heartbreak over the years. They wanted to witness history but pitcher Reggie Reggie Patterson didn't want to be a footnote in Pete Story on his first Pitch Patterson through a heat seeking missile straight into the CATCHER's commit strike one the second pitch also evaded Pete's bat strike to the crowd held. It's breath as Patterson wound ended up for the third time the pitch hit the dirt ball won the next two were similarly wild all of a sudden the count was full at three and to the crowd new the significance of the next pitch they turned on their own player Booing Patterson and as he ready to throw Patterson's final pitch was a screwball meaning it moved down in in towards Pete it was one of the most is challenging pitches to hit in baseball but not for Pete he perfectly Red Patterson subtle wrist movements that gave the pitch away and and smacked the ball into right field when Pete arrived at first base the crowd went wild ty Cobb was no longer alone on the mountain top where he had stood since nineteen twenty eight the question now was whether they'd get to see Pete climbed past him even though the reds owner had personally called him in the Dugout to Beg Pete to save the record for a home game he refused used to call it quits whether it was in baseball or gambling Pete only knew one speed full throttle despite the pressure from from his boss he went up to bat two more times while he didn't end up getting the record breaking hit. It wasn't for lack of trying after the game the press lauded Pete for his unbending integrity just as much as they did for tying the hits record here was a man who refused to put his own interests. I ahead of the game of baseball. He was a shining example to the sport. A man worthy of his place amongst greats little did they know he was also committing a cardinal sin against the game of baseball but for the moment all all anyone knew was that pete needed just one more hit to become the one and only hit king three days later on September eleventh nineteen eighty five he finally did it. It was a picture perfect late summer evening. Eh nearly fifty thousand rabid fans had come to the stadium to see one thing and one thing only to see pete rose break aac ty Cobb's record. They got their chance. When Pete came to the plate in the first inning facing San Diego Padres pitcher Eric Chow Chow Pete rose easily knocked the ball into left center field the standing ovation from the crowd lasted for nearly ten minutes minutes his teammates mobbed him he had achieved the impossible it had taken over two decades of averaging over three hundred with elite play an unrelenting desire but he had done it he had passed ty Cobb as his teammates return to the dugout? Pete shared a tender hug with his teenage son Pete Rose Junior. It was a perfect moment an enduring image that would define pete rose's life or at least it would have if he had decided to quit the game of baseball after that season if he had decided to retire are his legacy would have been secure and nobody would have ever found out about his bedding practices but Pete loved the game too much to leave of it. Even as he approached his forty fifth birthday. He was confident that he still had something left in the tank. Baseball was his life and he wasn't wasn't ready to hang it up just yet even though peed had secured one of the most sacred records in the sport nothing had changed for them. Aw that included his gambling he was pete rose a living legend. Nobody could touch him or so. He thought coming up Pete gets caught red handed now back to the story. After forty four year old Pete rose became the new baseball hit king in the nineteen eighty five season. He decided to come back for another year. As the Cincinnati Reds player manager he also decided to take his underground betting activities to another level as nineteen eighty five bled into nineteen eighty six pete's gambling activities intensified to the tune of approximately fifteen eighteen thousand dollars worth of bets per day even with Wealth Pete at accumulated in his two decade career. It was a lot out of money too much money to cover his growing debts. Pete was forced to sell off some of his most treasured memorabilia including including his World Series Rings and the Bat He'd used break ty Cobb's record only months before these items represented his greatest. It is professional triumphs but pete was willing to let them go long as he could keep gambling. Even though these sales were conducted got to quietly with private buyers they didn't go unnoticed within the baseball community they were of particular interest to Kevin Jalan Major League Baseball's new head of security ahead of the eighty-six season. MLB Commissioner Peter ueberroth hired Talon to be the league's new head of Security.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

13:05 min | 1 year ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Thirty four after the hour on the Tuesday, February nineteen version of the program is Doug, Jen, Victoria. And Kerry Sheila is that the or schilling. She. She got her. Hey, what are you complain? Yes. All right. I, you know, I've just thinking during our music segment a couple of minutes ago, we played something from Queen it just those melodies stick with you and stairs. To talk to daisy for a few minutes. Another one bites the despot blew it. Just stays with you their music. Well, you digest. I just chuckle because it's so funny because before the movie, you didn't know a single Queen song. It came back to me. And it being all that stuff's being played everywhere as well. It just sticks with you. All right. Let's see what else sticks, Victoria. What's cooking? Well scandal seems to be sticking with Jesse small at this story just keeps getting stranger and stranger. A grand jury was supposed to convene today. However, that's on hold now because the police are questioning jussie smollet and his lawyers again, they want to gather more evidence. Those two brothers able and Ola Ozan Dario they have met with with cops and Chicago. And apparently, they said that this whole thing was rehearsed in that Jesse they end Jesse drove and together and scouted a location for where this attack was supposed to take place. It was supposed to be a minor physical altercation and Jesse if they say this is what they are claiming that Jesse that Jesse chose the spot outside of his apartment building. Because there was a camera there that he said would capture the whole attack. However, when he drove police to the spot where he was allegedly attacked the camera was actually facing the wrong direction. He apparently didn't know that this is all coming from sources through the Chicago police and through TMZ in from testimony from these two guys the whole thing. Just absolutely is most bizarre story. And if this guy made this up it he's already starting to face a backlash. There are posters that are being put up around Chicago, mocking him and all kinds of St. just the whole thing is such a mess. And so now it's going to a grand jury and originally the the purpose of the grand jury was to was to charge these two guys, but it looks like they're not face any charges. And if anything if these stories are correct, and and their testimony can be corroborated then jussie smollet as the one who's going to face a possible felony for lying on a police report. So the whole thing just absolutely. Thanks, john. Some say, yes. And also the overreaction because he said that these people that attacked him were wearing Maga hats, and that they told a Maga country get out of here. He was obviously putting gasoline on. What is already something that doesn't need any gasoline? And I don't know you had a lot of people who jumped out immediately and tried to back this guys play a lot of people on record Omani leading people who are deleting tweets, like even presidential candidates, Kamala, Harris and Cory Booker. They're all deleting tweets because they were saying this was a modern day lynching. This is the kind of stuff that we can't do we can't just automatically assume the worst, I think we really want to the news media is that back to what we were talking to our in the news media, glamour, glare, glorifies, glamorizes it. Before the facts are known, given we've given way to due process. And that's really what's dangerous is that wealthy. Yeah. We want us to guilty that. Yep. Yep. Yep. They did it looks like it fits the narrative. We did. We just can't do that. Ourself on the other side. But if he's trying to if he was trying to stage this essential, this this fake attack in order to create more drama for left versus right. Why would he hire to Nigerian guys career? But my point though, is if you're going to claim it the whole thing seemed so stupid if you're going to claim that you were attacked and that this was a racist attack. Why wouldn't you hire two white guys? Right. Restaurants. They take some white guys into custody. And then they let him go because there was nothing to know. It was just these two Nigerian brothers. Remember when we first started talking about this. And I said why in the world if you were attacked would you walk into what did he walk into a hotel or a hospital? He had a noose around his Nextel. And I look, you know, I know the answer is well, maybe there was some kind of forensic evidence. But if you're attack that was. I think we're going way beyond what the reality. This guy, psychologically unstable. I think that's what you're gonna find down. Apparently, he's now he's being written. He wasn't being written off the show that was a rumor, and then all the writers. And producers said that that was not true. He was not in danger of losing his job. So that was one of the suspected motivations. But that apparently isn't true. Well, now that all this is coming out. He is being written down. Now there's there, but he's supposed to be filming all week. Now, he's only going to be filming on Friday, and the writers are kind of scrambling and they took away a musical number from him. And they took away a bunch of scenes, so he's really maybe that was his motivation. Maybe he doesn't want to be in Hollywood anymore. And I think it's easier to just a quick, isn't it? Face punched. I know I cannot I've gone through this so many times in my head. And I'm just the kind of like to get to the bottom of things. I want to understand how he does. Why did it, and I just cannot figure out any reason why why needs it, psychological? There's something wrong with the guy psychologically, there has to be if he really did this. You've got to be really. Yeah. You have to you have to get mental health help. If there's something that someone would do. All right today is e wo Jima day does anyone younger than me? I hope that those of you who studied history know, what emoji midday is. And what happened on Iwo Jima the anniversary today from February of nineteen forty five when the so-called battle of IMO Jima began the invasion of two islands Iwojima islands by the United States. The armed forces going into Iwojima officially observed here in Massachusetts, unofficially elsewhere across the United States because. Some of the bloodiest fighting of the war took place on those islands and it really brought to the surface. And then after the war was studied the March to baton what a horrible bunch the Japanese were the battles were bad enough on both sides, but the torture the Japanese were torturers, they did unspeakable things. Disemboweling men cutting out there is chopping off their hands things like that. That was prohibited by the international code of ethics or whatever they call it. The war so many Japanese were tried after World War. You know, the the business of the trial of the Nazis got all the attention, but the Japanese if you're going to imagine anything worse than the SSN what they did. They didn't really torture. They just killed you shot people on the spot men women children. But the horrors of war were most example. At least from what I learned from people. I know as a kid growing up who took part in the battle lasted five weeks, the US one at the end seventy thousand marines fought there. There were twenty one thousand Japanese US decided to wage the battle because they thought if it was captured the captured it could be used as a staging area in order to invade Japan, which was only seven hundred fifty miles away. So the navy and the airforce dropping bombs on the island firing at it from the vessels out at sea. That started actually a year before this February twenty third after the battle began the marine captured a mountain on the far side of the island and flag was raised in those are the pictures that you see, and there's a statue the raising of the flag on Iwo Jima that is someplace I think it may be on Jimmy. I can't remember. Where it is. But the photo itself of the flag-raising won a Pulitzer prize for photography in nineteen forty five. And if you've probably seen it, I can't imagine all you lady. Yeah. Very iconic. That's a great way of putting it. Yeah. Very iconic and against symbolizes the victory for America. But the horrors of war Horace Horace, the Japanese were subhuman, and that's why so many Americans didn't like him for a long time after the war, especially, but as people die who are involved, it becomes less of less than issue. It gets much anything else. And then we spend billions of dollars rebuilding Japan, and they became an ally of sorts, but the Japanese early onto the same thing as the Chinese are now doing making crap stuff and selling it to us as part of the recovery speaking of recovery. Tim tebow Jennifer or have your attention eleven Tim tebow a lot of people feel strongly about him one way or another some people rooting for him because he is a good human being would seem got a great attitude. Some people are skeptical because he is for the third season in the minor leagues. So what does that bother anybody without businesses baseball play in the minor league? So so what why is that here we are back again? This is the third. Who he is the big star to act, right? He wants to play baseball. He's not getting paid the guys in that league had paid and forty thousand a year. I think something like that. Which is okay for a summer playing baseball. But it's not like the seven eight nine hundred thousand most of the people get starting in pro baseball. But I don't get. It's just I saw this. And I thought would come back around to what a guy he is. I actually said it because I know Jennifer lakes, Tim T-Bone do. Yeah. But the the spin on this is silly kind of reminds me back the days when I was working at Cincinnati and Pete Rose's son, Pete Rose junior. Pete Rose junior Moody's the appropriate. Yeah. It would be. So he got a tryout with this insecurity reds because of his father. But he wasn't good enough to play for the reds. So they put them in the minor leagues, and he stayed there. 'cause he loves playing baseball, and probably other examples that's one that comes to mind because it happened while I was working in Cincinnati in the late eighties and early nineties. But it just kind of stuff. Okay. So the kid can't play well enough to play in the majors. But he's still loves the game. So and I still think the Mets are smart for having him because they still sell good. Isn't he well merchandised, right? All right. Movie coming out though. That's Tim tebow. Yeah. He's in a movie, I think the acting. I didn't know that. All right television time, the laughing because I'm sure he's a great actor. Right. Could you like a rom com? Right. That'd be good. Totally see it. Speaking of that, I saw the rock and a movie last night we playing an angel. I have never seen it before. It's about six seven eight years old. He's still. Yeah. That's exactly good for you. Terrible. But. Yeah. It is the Oscars have reversed their decision member. We were all lauding. We were praising the awards of those silly insignificant. On necessary the awards that we're going to give out. They were gonna go about doing. Of course. Now, they're not going to do that. They've been. So the film insiders grumbling. And now, the academy is said, okay, we'll have these on so he'll be bored for at least four of the whatever how many segments they have giving this stuff is silly stuff away. And so that's part of what is in television news today. Jennifer, what's up tonight? It's good. I some of the notable things that are happening. The season premiere of at home with Amy sedaris takes place tonight.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Have a chance to visit with one of my favorite people. He's not a lot in his baseball career. He was an outstanding player high an all American in college a first round draft choices son of a hall of Famer a hitting coach of bench coach he's done everything in the game. And now, he's a great broadcaster. And he's a good friend Eduardo. Perez is with us is nice to see. Oh, that's a pretty, you know, a lot of stuff already the Forrest Gump of base. This is crazy. Which one did you enjoy most because you done so much at a very young age. There's a common denominator, and it's called baseball. And I think that's that's what I enjoy the most. I enjoy the game. I have a passion for it. Every day as clinicians. It sounds you're going to see something different. And the people you meet around the game is what makes us special. To be able to enjoy with so many other people people that are in uniform people are out of uniform, and most importantly, the fans, I think that's what really continues to just give me the passion for this game that we that we play during the summer, and sometimes we played really, really cold weather. Yes, we have experienced that once or twice. I didn't mention what I think has to be a highlight for you. Having a chance to do a baseball game in Cuba. Yes. It sitting your family background that actually you just gave me goosebumps. To me that was probably the highlight of my life. I've seen a lot of things, you know, what I'm say highlight my life when it comes to my professional career. And. As a sonic seen, my father get into the hall of fame because of baseball I've seen the the route that he had to take. I'd been the Cuba before I went to his hometown. I saw the streets in the house that he grew up in. And I was an all of how talent can be found in many different places and places like like, Cuba, like he was found in able to get the opportunity to play but going back to that day in March where in two thousand sixteen where I had the honour privilege of not only broadcasting a game in Cuba. Broadcasting. The Latino many count on the stadium other Latin American stadium where my grandfather, which I grew up around a lot always told me about the stadium and. Olsen. I'm broadcasting a game. And oh, by the way in the bottom of the second inning. They're like, okay guys time to go downstairs and sit by the net and continue to broadcast the game. While you get to speak to the leader of the free world be Barat President Barack Obama. And and that's a me was I was an all in all of the power of baseball, the beauty that it possesses in and where can take you. And it took me to a place where my grandfather rest in peace. I wish he was probably looking down on me saying told you it was a cool place. So that's pretty cool. Let's go back to your childhood because as you mentioned your dad was a hall of Famer he's a hall of Famer. But also was part of one of the greatest teams the National League if not baseball never been part of that beat the Cincinnati Reds, the big red machine you were child at that point. Was that your first real experience with the game as we know it because we all play little league and things of that nature. But you and a few of your teammates few of your your childhood friends had something that we all wish we could have. And that's be around a bunch of champions. We were around greatness. And the thing is we sort of knew it too. We all would get to the ballpark early. We all would play in the tunnels of riverfront stadium in the seventies. And it was it was you had to pick teams. We're talking from Pete Rose junior to Ken Griffey junior. Craig Griffey, Ed Sprague junior. You can go le- may junior. You can go how McRae junior. You can go to cry. You know, all these players, my brother, Victor, we had a lot of boys around. And and we all pick teams we all had a great time doing it. Brian McRae included in all of a sudden, you know, a lot of these kids you look back, and we sort of really knew the game we probably took different routes and how did we get to the major leagues? But there was a common denominator. And it was that common denominator that was playing in the tunnels of front stadium being in the clubhouse with clubhouse attendant burning stove. God Russell also for being able to take care of us. Also. But there were rules, and we knew the rules. And I remember sparky Anderson would take us in during spring training said okay, gather, the kids around all of a sudden we felt like the big leaguers we were in the office and spark you would say, okay. These are the rules. You're allowed in the clubhouse until until an hour before the game during batting practice. You have to watch batting practice of your here this early during the game, you have to go and you have to yell at the tone that he needs. Glasses all these little things. All these little nuances that made us feel like we were part of greatness. And again it made us fall in love with the game. But most importantly, he said you're not allowed in the clubhouse. If the team loses virtually every night the way those guys that was the thing this team would win over one hundred degrees. This team was dominating the seventy and we knew about the last National League team to win back to back World Series. So that's a long long time. So when you're in that situation, you doing it not just as kids with people who really want to follow with their dad is offering them. And that's the opportunity to understand the game and play the game. Now, obviously everybody wasn't able to go on and be a professional, but they had a greater understanding the let's face it most kids on their block. Yes, we did have an understanding about it. I can speak to myself, I can speak pretty much about my brother too. But I'll be straight up. With you. My father never made us play the game. They were put any pressure on us to play the game. I played it because I loved it. But in Puerto Rico where there's a lot of passion for it. I didn't play a lot of baseball. I played a lot of basketball. And that was the beauty of of being able to to just play sports be a kid allow me to be a kid. And I think that really that really gave us a perspective that there was really no pressure to it. I actually actually. I would say was discovered by another kid that wasn't even a scout. Or anything? It was I one to the batting cages one day because you know, what there wasn't. There wasn't anything else to do my pants were. They were in the states. I was with my aunt that she was working. There was no basketball practice that day. And I said I'm going to go to the batting cages, and I went to the batting cages one day and this kid by the name of Veloce, Bella. I will never forget his name. He asked me goes. Hey, got a pretty cool swing? What team? Do you play on? I said I don't play on the team said really said, well, why don't you come to our practice? And he told me exactly where the practice was and told me we practice on Thursdays we play on Saturdays. And that's it. I said really I could do what time do you practice on on Thursday, seven o'clock. So I showed up one day at seven o'clock at practice next thing. You know, they said you're going to be our center fielder. I said, okay, I'm going to be your center fielder hitting third. Also. I know right. And I was like well these kids play all year round. I don't play year round. I goof around a major league ballparks during the summer, but I don't play your round. And I was actually just as good or equally as good as they were and little by little sorta got a little bit better quickly. And that's when the great scout Luis Rosas, which signed Zeki Cheonan signed all those great Texas ranger players, including Juan Gonzalez and Ruben Sierra go with the San Diego the Mars by he came up to. Me. And he said I want you to play on my team. I want you to leave that team come on mighty. And if you plan on my team because there was no draft in Puerto Rico at that time. I'll sign you professionally and I said, sir. I can't sign professionally because I have to go to college. That's the one rule that we have in the Perez family, and he said, well, I'll get you a scholarship. I'll I'll send you a Scott. He ends up calling Florida state Florida state calls me the only school that I've recruited me and a year later. I'm at Florida state. I actually started playing every day practicing every day as a senior in high school. Let's take a first break and water Peres is with us on kmox. Everybody's.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Waste a great performance by Matt Harvey. They lose to the cubs in the friendly confines three to here to talk about that. And all things sports, Lance mcalister, Lance. Thanks for calling in, Mike. Good morning. How you doing? I'm fantastic. How about the Cincinnati Reds and Matt Harvey? I guess I read something Lance that in his last six innings last three starts over six innings two point five. Oh ERA. Let me ask you. And I ask you this. I think every week you think the reds have a chance of signing him. I think it's going to be very difficult. I think what's going to work against a Mike heat one. He's got an agent named Scott Boras. Who were I'm baseball is considered the devil. Nobody likes dealing with Scott Boras. There's going to be so much money. I think thrown at him. If if I'm mad Herbie, do I go back to a last place team. Do I go to eight ballpark that is a hitters park. And do I sign up for that willingly? If there's other teams, and I would think it's fair to say there will be contenders. Or better teams throwing money at it. Now, maybe maybe he's still comfortable here. Maybe likes the pitching coach. Maybe I don't know that if if it's Riggleman 'cause I don't know Burgum is going to be back with maybe like. His teammates. Maybe you get that. Did maybe it'd be a hometown discount as they say, I just think the deck deck is going to be stacked against that possibility. But I think they're going to try, and he certainly like it seems like it's a case. Yes, he's gone through some serious injuries. But the further it gets away from those injuries, the the more. He's reverting back to is old form when he was healthy. And that was a pretty damn good pitcher. Oh, yeah. I'd love to see him sign him. But I agree with you. I think it'll probably be an uphill battle. I guess not too much to talk about about the reds. They're playing out the string. I guess one thing this week. I think I read where they are. Now, mathematically, not endanger of losing one hundred games. Boy, if you're rooting for that. Really good. But. Let me give you the the next number eight hundred two diet written down ninety here. Here's their next to clear, they have fourteen games left. They have to go ten and four that's going to be tough to do to avoid ninety loss. And how they lose ninety that'll be four straight seasons of at least ninety losses. Mike the lifetime. That happened for this. Grandchild was the nineteen thirties. Wow. That does not bode well, probably for Jim Riggleman. But I guess we'll have to wait and see. I did a great piece on your blog something that happened on September the fourteenth nineteen ninety tell us what that is Lance because it's a cool story. Like, the the odds are so astronomically against this. I'm just blown away by last night was the anniversary twenty eight years ago last night that king Griffey senior and Ken Griffey junior not only played together. But they homered in the same game back to back bother. Ben son hit back to back homers. It's funny. I got a call from Brian Goldberg yesterday before the show, he's the. Rookies. Cook County lands. What's really weird is back in nineteen ninety? The Mariners were playing in Anaheim against the angels on a Friday night last night Friday night. The Mariners were playing in Anaheim again that he said the Mariners we're gonna share the angels. We're gonna show a video tribute at that moment on the video board last night. But just consider the odds of anybody making the major league, they consider the odds of a son of that. Up the deck lasting long enough for the tend to go up to make the major league team homering gave you put that into a computer and the computer would break down trying to figure out what the it's incredible. It really is. I was down there at riverfront stadium. When Pete Rose junior was called up. Yeah. I'd peak was not a player that. Well, let's see player-manager just. Who's watching? I remember the. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Well, let me ask you Barry Bonds and Bobby bonds d did they ever play together? Or did did that the tail end of bobby's career did not I don't believe they crossed over at the. I will I will double check. I was just curious. I wanted to ask you about the alleged health issues from Pete Rose. It's an it's on your blog. It's such a sad. Sad story. If it's true. Yeah. I don't this report came out from TMZ sports yesterday. So take that with a grain of salt. TMZ, but Pete was quoted in the story is saying I'm in poor health and disabled having trouble walking seventy seven now says he had some financial issues. He's still a nasty divorce with Carol rose. Like, I'll be honest. I thought they had been. Now. Carol one to not to make. Perspective. And and he's now engulfed in another relationship. He's been part of that reality TV show. I almost. Can be wonders with all the divorce stuff going on. Pete isn't somehow getting this out there to help in the divorce settlement of you're more lawyers. I'm just I'm just speculating. I'm wondering if he's looking for sympathy, and maybe sane to a judge. Look I can't afford all this to my spousal support to kill because I'm a poor health that I'm disabled. I don't know. But either way, you're right. You'd say really sad story at this point of his life. You know, I read it yesterday and the inquirer. And that's the first thing that I thought I don't do a lot of divorce work. But it sounds like it might be posturing, but it's sad. Either way. Hey, I gotta ask you about the Bengals. But before I do I am under strict orders from Jimmy sandy the Indians love love around here to ask you this question. A lot of roughing the passer calls in the NFL so far this year and Jimmy poses this questionnaire. He wants me to pose it to you. And it's a good question that being the case how in the heck do you tackle Cam Newton who goes six five two hundred and fifty. Pounds. What are your thoughts on that? Because if I'm not wrong there have been a lot of calls like that early on in the season. Yeah. Jimmy's. Right. And you're right in asking. I think everybody's complaining about this. I think the new rules. I think the I think it's arbitrary how they're choosing to pick. This is a flag or this is the penalty penalty. I think it's unrealistic at the expectation of players. It's one thing to white on a piece of paper. What the rule is another thing to have that rule applied by a linebacker rusher from the outside to get to the quarterback and do not get too deep into this. They basically are saying take the quarterback down. But to the guy don't fall on top of him. Well, if I'm trying to kick down Cam Newton or any better office burger to try to wrap them from the side means they can simply at that size and straight out of it and keep going. So the best way to take them down is to fall on top of them and make sure they're staying. It doesn't make any sense. I'll tell you what bike it's stored average of sixteen penalty calls the game last. We have that's up almost twenty percent from a year ago. We could talk about anthem protest turning off people. And there's no question summer turned off, but penalties and games being slowed down to review whether this is a penalty or not is driving people to other things to do. Yeah. It really is. And it's a good question. I mean my goodness six five to fifty. If you can't get physical with a guy that has. That's bad. Hey, the Cincinnati Bengals they're impressing, some people great blog piece on your blog about what they're saying about the Bengals outta the chute quickly you, and I and I think everybody else acknowledged that for the Cincinnati Bengals to make the playoffs. They had to start quickly and seems like they're doing their part there. But some bad news about Joe mixon who really the first couple of games is been everything that the Bengals wanted. How long is he going to be outland? And how will this affect the Bengals Mike? It's a great question. It's such a bummer because you're right to know has a lot of people Gideon it, according to reports ESPN NFL NFL network. It's a it's a loose body in his knee that they're going to go in and remove and kind of cleanup arthroscopic. So it's not ACL or MC L. So it's more minor on the scale. And from the speculation I've heard and read maybe two weeks, and then he'd be good to go. Now, it could be worse if they didn't have any deaf. Did they got some depth? I think people forget how good Giovanni Bernardo averaged over four yards a carry. In his career. They drafted running back at Miami named Mark Walton they've got trade Carson, so but they're young and they get a lot of depth on this roster. It's going to be tested. But I don't think it's time to panic. I just think it's time to make some adjustments and in so far that offense coordinator Bill. Lasers been pretty good doing that. Yeah. They look good. And and they're justifying a lot of our optimism about them. Hey, I gotta get outta here. But as always we really appreciate you taking time out of your Saturday morning to talk to us you gotta by category weekend. Okay. Lance, thanks again. Last McAllister talking about reds and the Bengals. And that Pete Rose story if you can get on Lance's blog and read it it really is sad for people that like Pete Pete. I think in many ways is his own worst enemy, and I'm hoping the health concerns that are outlined in that story. Or maybe not legitimate or as legitimate as they could appear and some posturing in a divorce case. So you might want to check that out on Lance's blog. Hey, we gotta take a break. But we'll be back. Mike Allen, Saturday midday News Radio seven hundred w w..

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"AM Conway show Did they just tie? It up they did a two run home run in the bottom of. The ninth all star game was tied at five That's incredible and it serves me right. That I said oh a games over That's incredible who hit. That the kid on the, red yeah I. Don't know. That Pete Rose junior I think he's like, five, four this kid Gannett scooter of course of course? His. Name is scooter scooter Pietsch yeah scooter Gannett all right forty percent of people's have. First memories that are. Made up according to a study yeah two fifths of people have a fictional first memory based on fragments of early, experiences psychologists have discovered. Scientists question participants in a survey. That? Identified more than two hundred individuals claiming to have, memories from age two or. Younger including our own Angel Martinez that's, remember his day one. Right I guess I, don't, know day one day two. Something like. I just bought? My mom is still in? The, hospital and you remember that I don't. Remember like oh we have, lunch. That day Backtra details yeah take us remember though I mean. Do you remember the. Like the color of the hospital or your mom or your dad what do you remember now this is this is, what I remember and. It was just like a moment. Like? An image and my grandmother and my youngest aunt, came over and what I. Remember is being held in my grandmother's, arms and my aunt. Who was about maybe, twelve, years old at the time Leaning in and looking down at me that's. All it is that's all I remember I believe you and I remember Would've. Guessed I remember my grandmother saying Whatever you do, always be wary? Of anybody. Named Sharon are you? Kidding. That's, intense is. Oddly specific to yeah yeah She didn't use bellio was there a picture of this this scene that you described that maybe is planting this memory I wondered. The same thing and, I asked my mother and there is not only, three people in the room when that happened it was, my mom my? Grandmother and. My aunt and myself? So. Far Did you ever see, you down and go hey sweetheart you were adopted Yeah you know they tried to tell. Me that it's Bs we put, that, at that visual in your mind I know somebody who so he he's he's got two brothers and one of the brothers who's in the mental health field convinced, their mom to sit him. Down when he was like ten or eleven, and telling, me was it I'd really and she did it Why would, the mom, do that it just you know, go along with the? With the was it April Fools it was just because, at so, he to this day it's it's. It's like top five traumatic moments Datsuns a beautiful thing but living, eleven years, thinking that you're part of that There was never any question of whether he was just sprung it on him and. Of course, the brother whose idea was is now in the mental health field of, course I, had a friend who wasn't very bright, and I, said, to him, you know he had a baby and I said I said dude I said you and. Your wife should take, blood tests to see if that baby is really yours And he's like yeah you know maybe we should have maybe there's, somebody else's, and he was in the hospital when, the baby, is, born I said but yeah you should have your wife take one too because maybe she was you She's like a like, a beach ball under clothing Like, I didn't. Even actually see the baby bore. No I did I did? See the baby born how could you have done But the professor here forty percent of people. At, first memories. That are made up professor Martin. Conway oh this is BS That is a professor this is horse. Says this is a story it's not nobody nobody in our with our jeans every went, to college, or, became a professor All. Right sorry not doing the fake news fake news speaking of. Fake news did you, see on oh let. Me let me. See if I can get in Silverlake somebody put up a huge billboard of Like all kinds of Fox News and Fox News Fox. News hosts and says a fake news Gosh whereas it hold on I gotta find it now while you find it. Yes we will celebrate with Disneyland sixty three.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To go right now a lot to get to today of course the basketball gosh again i watch too much those warning shows that's all they talk about is is the basketball and who's going who's coming kyrie irving wants to go to new york so we've got our basketball fixed hilarie says a very good guest mark medina san jose mercury news we've got the franson thing at eleven thirty and tim flannery will will come on at twelve thirty and tim we'll talk about the giants getting swept swept in colorado right off the bat though to me the heartwarming but good for him curry has a son now to follow in his in his footsteps so so way to go that's that's always tough though when you kim grabs cannon curry man can't is a canon canon i don't know i haven't spoken to them but that's what i read it because it's canyon canon canon because rick has canyon so we've got canon canyon probably the greatest warriors of all time hooking up so so good for curry that's always always everybody's gonna automatically think this guy is going to be a great shooter lebron son is great and all that stuff is tough is tough business when you gotta follow legends but but good for them and pete rose junior wasn't any good now that's what i'm saying it's real tough i mean anybody who has a family member who achieve great heights i always like to bring up the albert's all the time steve albert when he was his steve hey you know congratulations on the warrior job mar mars during the all star game this year it's just hard hard bitten if you ever want boy girl did you ever like root for okay i i wanna have a particular idiot i was definitely if you do that if you're writing when was that idiot at the beginning saying you know all i wanna boy boy i want to and and then you just realize you know my i was i was a girl and then i just you know you realize how special that relationship is between a father and a daughter and how how pivotal you are in in your daughter's life and how you know she's going to choose her role models a lot of times based on you kind of guy you are it's a big responsibility site i the specialness of the dad daughter relationship is you know it's different it's different than having sons and i yeah i was an idiot and then there's only one thing to root for and that is just a healthy baby other than that you know you get what you get and you know i conversation of somebody at the ballpark who is like you know i had a daughter who's super into baseball and i had a son who i thought was going to be super into baseball and he's not into it at all yeah so it's just you never know you never know what you're gonna get or how it's going to go see just root for good health is the first but you weren't an idiot after that after after i realized all the things that potentially can go wrong and all the all the people that are unfortunately you know darn is blast and and there are tragic situations it's a very great time but it's a very serious time in a lot of ways to very serious medical deal so you just root for good health and and don't think that you can control everything because you can't get forty years ago it was much different when i had my first child because you're probably out in the hallway smoking no no i was right there but but my point is is you're in the delivery room oh yeah forty years ago yeah okay yeah yeah yeah yeah thank you i don't think that's anything forty years ago forty years ago i would say maybe it was fifty fifty okay well i don't think it was definitely not like you know everybody every father was in there they're still the dad you know packing the marlboros pacing in the now.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"I don't know if that's surprising or not you like you'd think that maybe the next generation is better than the original generation or has more advantages right 'cause they were raised with the mlb player as a father you'd think that would be a leg up and maybe it isn't making the majors but not necessarily in being better once you get there yeah i think that there's actually a selection bias here and maybe you would be more pronounced if you could see the sons who didn't make the major leagues because you are more likely to team want someone in the blood line if his dad was very very good and so you would probably expect the dads to have quite high winds above replacement and then you there that drafted and then those kids would disappoint because that's what they generally do maybe three percent of the time you get the kid that you want to ninety seven percent of the time you get the kid that you accept and so i think that is it's probably a selection bias factor here that explains virtually all of it so i can put this online if people want to scroll through it but you may be wondering about the biggest differential speed tween fathers and sons the biggest gap between father were and son war is eddie collins the hall of famer and eddie collins junior the non hall of famer at all eddie collins produced one hundred twenty four four eddie cones junior negative one war that's a cap of one hundred twenty five with replace with that's pretty big and then the next few guys pete rose and pete rose junior tim raines and tim rinse junior buddy bell and mike bell ed walsh and ed walsh junior tony gwynn and tony gwynn yogi berra dale era george sister dave sister tony perez at water perez and if you're wondering about the sons who were better than the others top of the list pretty predictable barry bonds considerably better than bobby bonds who was a borderline hall of fame player himself but still a gap of a hundred five war between them because sperry amazing after that it's roberto alamar better than sandy alamar buddy bell better.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Nine out of duke so what's the deal with pete rose juniors eager to sign raphael palmeiro junior junior sign with f l palmeiro senior remember who said he was taken on a said he was going to go play again remember that i know but he wasn't on steroids that day dave phenomenal call so the giants yesterday they draft this kid showy bark at georgia tech by all accounts he was the guy they wanted all along some i mean the again we keep talking about comparisons to that twenty ten team you think about how they finish before twenty ten in in oh eight and nine not great oh nine not a bad finish actually eighty eight wins in eight not very good you know seven bonds last year lindsey comes first year not very good so they download it all that money trying to get berries utera to come sign here after you miss out on alphonso soriano and who was the other guy l bio remember him the left fielder anyway so you try to get all these guys and then you end up getting a top draft pick the number five pick buster posey falls to you the comparisons between buster posey i mean here's here's where they really come now joey bar a right handed catcher a big kid the basement is that he's from georgia right so you start thinking okay buster posey a big catcher from georgia but here's the comparisons john bar said this is the guy they wanted the head of scouting for the giants coincidentally ran his first giants draft as head scouting director ten years ago today ten years ago today two thousand eight june fifth was the day buster posey was drafted by the giants.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on Q95

"Much hey couple of big days we've got coming up here on saturday sigmund freud would have turned one hundred and fifty on saturday yes i saw that the father cycle analysts theorized that every human thought is motivated by sex and this has become the basis of what we now call fox television oh yeah brad man i can't wait to cinco de mayo tomorrow scantily clad mexican women bearing the breast and a party like atmosphere as they say on telemundo we now return to our regularly scheduled program the regular thank you thank you did you hear this a thirty three year old man of malaysia married a hundred and four your old one yes it was romantic connie mon you know on their wedding night she wore a thong depends luckily cupboard did something blue is probably in the fall i catching yeah season by we all know that the pga tour continues this week in charlotte north carolina three top names will be in the whole quickly tiger woods on seven phil mickelson on eleven john daly on the roulette wheels in the in trouble department speaking of in trouble pete rose junior faces prison and house arrest for steroids distribution by the way he had only one request of the warden he asked to wear his dad's old number one nine wait a minute women steve steve that is hilarious claro that is the funniest thing i've ever heard.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Old like rickey henderson used to do that i think it's pretty and checks to just let him accumulate and be like oh yeah got these checks i saw something like that were a p rose you should act as you just paid for ozone stuff with his own dirty gambling money on the road so dirty gambling on her deemi gotti she just put it in his drawers what is kids in some good say go picked out an envelope pete rose junior whistles that got us combats dude was through that these kids will they were like eight years old cougar neville of forecast from daddy's thrower i waited on p rose when i worked at the cheesecake factory in sherman oaks and he was his daughter's birthday but he was cool as el gave us a huge then there was a dude i'm telling you in it like there there was a bunch of knows like fifteen of them so i split the table with my buddy skinny and i mean we rock that table out and they were just great to us and it was fun now he's one of those old time dudes like you hear him talk hitting us on talking to iran frank thomas about a he's like i never changed my swing i just move up in the box move back in the box move forward or back that was it it was like it's all you have to do backup raves that simple for him disguises understands hitting better than anybody but total scumbags how 'bout this win john and i were out in vegas for the may way they're mcgregor five we're out there covering the fight there was pete rose in like a gift shop i didn't see him but johnny loan saw my think it was at mandalay bay and pete jr is out trying to rustle up people to get him to come in and meet pete in you know pay for an autograph yeah like and there is there's the hit kings who we have to do something about the i don't know if he's still does it but he used to one hall of fame induction we can he would set up shop across the street from the hall of fame on arrest hooper's town early town you would set up shop and be like come see you can go see p rose on.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Know when you go grow up in the game of baseball on my whole life freddie you know from our days in in uh in hudson valley is spending the game and what i love about the game a baseball is uh you'd have to bring everybody together and you have to be able to try to play to another guy strength and match them with you our weaknesses in income together fifteen minutes all backgrounds it's you know black why uh you know latin american rich poor country city and when you get into it and you realize how hard the game is in and especially to be consistent in it's very humbling and nobody does anything on the baseball field wall in my dad would not have had seven nohitters if kerry pool or gary pettus didn't make great catches you know great uh if guys didn't score runs and so when you're just internet forever i it's just a part of my dna and it's it's what i love without the game and and i like people one so it makes it fun to go the ballpark every day so who was the one back then that convinced due to throw out a guy that had a black build a karate in the ballot box for the card on his so with whenever i would show up on any team you know everybody in aftermarket pete rose junior and you know edwato perez and there's a lot of us it's dad's were were big diggers everyone size in you up everywhere you go and so that first year pro ball that team in hudson valley had some older guys in steven larkin an eyes remember steven berries brotherinlaw net tina in so of course everybody was wanted to see what we were going to be like and so the very first game the older guys can indicates that you have to hit that guy he was a catcher for the other team and they're like he showed us up and in last year and they're like you got a drill him and so.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"You'd govern upsidecom really want to get the best deal i and you check that out the same thing is true lending trade you want the best mortgage then are going to go over to to lending treaty dot com slash ben and check it out okay so time for some things i like him and some things that i hate so things i like well first of all this beautiful in the studio i mean look at us as magnificent in low luca after after months of working from while a year and a half of working from apparently decided mental barn and then another couple of months of working from inside a funeral parlor we have finally moved into our new studios which are just magnificent look ema and look at these lights just unbelievable okay but other things that i like this week i'm going to be doing sort of a famous sons of famous father's or less successful sons famous fathers in says donald trump jr was on mind last night and at if you wanna read a fantastic book it's really less about pete rose than it is about his son piero's junior peres junior's really tragic story because he's a guy who his dad is kind of an mp rose is is a very difficult person very difficult character all over the place and pete rose junior had to deal with the fallout of all of that he only got a cup of coffee in the majors is good enough minor league players stick around for a long time as publicity stunts he got a cup of coffee in the major leagues with the cincinnati reds the book by you kennedy pete rosen americans really good all about gambling and sport and the rose family and it really is sad because you can see the bureau's junior wants to have a great relationship with his dad but all of these can of news obstacles come in the way check it out i love baseball books in the section one of us baseball books i know pete rose and americans alama by caustic kennedy okay time for some things that i hate.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on PTI

"Okay your job as a play basketball the bball stop is a talk about basketball and anything else what's talk about twenty four seven and there in there is truth in his craziness because a back there's of all these legendary players know they're can't have panned out to live up to the legendary status of their father's jerry rice michael jordan michael jordan even at the hall of fame speech says i feel sorry for my kids jeffrey jordan you're not going to be maybe yeah i don't think i laval ball maybe crazy i don't think anything he said was crazy nothing whatsoever the fact of the matter is and i read every single word that he said and by the way you can you can get transcript of everything he says every hour because he is available in case you want to talk to on but what he said is is true it's very difficult for the songs of superstars too not even exceeded their parents to equal their parents and you can look around but yes pete rose junior what this is like when you go into that profession and don't give me barry bonds you know and don't give me ken griffey jr nicklas their fault is what they were good they were not great super star players having said all of that i followed run james i'm insane about this and i say everything that would right i when lebron james on this because don't do sociologist on my family don't do that when it total everybody's family he is making a point in general followed ron i don't care but doesn't i have failed so i don't i don't want to do it on i don't want to do it all my family mean that but but what he says the the what he says is true and a lot of superstars even say to their children don't go into my profession there's no point would will are trying to think about this earlier in the day we came up with a brett holland bobby hull as as really superstar it's very hard next tremendous him for alonzo when he does come into the league is going to be interesting a lot.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on PTI

"These legendary players know they're can't have panned out to live up to the legendary dallas of their father's jerry rice michael jordan michael jordan even at the hall of fame speech says i feel sorry for my kids jeffrey jordan you're not going to be maybe yeah i don't think i laval ball maybe crazy i don't think anything he said was crazy nothing whatsoever the fact of the matter is and i read every single word that he said and by the way you can you can get transcript of everything he says every our because he is available in case you want to talk to on but what he said is is true it's very difficult for the songs of superstars two and not even exceeded their parents to equal their parents and you can look around like yes pete rose junior what this is like when you go into that profession and don't give me barry bonds you know and don't give me ken griffey jr nicklas their fault is when they were good they were not great super star players having said all of that i followed run james i'm insane about this and i say everything that would right i when lebron james on this because don't do so so knowledge on my family don't do that win total on everybody's family he is making a point in general followed ron i don't care because it i have fail i don't one i don't want to do it on i don't want to do it all my family mean that but what what he says the the article what he says is true and a lot of superstars even say to bench on and don't go into my profession there's no point lillard will are trying to think about this earlier in the day we came up with a brett holland bobby hull as as really superstar it's very hard next reminiscent for alonzo when he does come into the league is going to be interesting a lot.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on PTI

"These legendary players know they're can't have panned out to live up to the legendary dallas of their father's jerry rice michael jordan michael jordan even at the hall of fame speech says i feel sorry for my kids jeffrey jordan you're not going to be maybe yeah i don't think i laval ball maybe crazy i don't think anything he said was crazy nothing whatsoever the fact of the matter is and i read every single word that he said and by the way you can you can get transcript of everything he says every our because he is available in case you want to talk to on but what he said is is true it's very difficult for the songs of superstars two and not even exceeded their parents to equal their parents and you can look around like yes pete rose junior what this is like when you go into that profession and don't give me barry bonds you know and don't give me ken griffey jr nicklas their fault is when they were good they were not great super star players having said all of that i followed run james i'm insane about this and i say everything that would right i when lebron james on this because don't do sociologist on my family don't do that win total on everybody's family he is making a point in general followed ron i don't care because it i have fail i don't one i don't want to do it on i don't want to do it all my family mean that but what what he says the the article what he says is true and a lot of superstars even say to bench on and don't go into my profession there's no point lillard will are trying to think about this earlier in the day we came up with a brett holland bobby hull as as really superstar it's very hard next reminiscent for alonzo when he does come into the league is going to be interesting a lot.

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"pete rose junior" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"pete rose junior" Discussed on PTI

"These legendary players know they're can't have panned out to live up to the legendary dallas of their father's jerry rice michael jordan michael jordan even at the hall of fame speech says i feel sorry for my kids jeffrey jordan you're not going to be maybe yeah i don't think i laval ball maybe crazy i don't think anything he said was crazy nothing whatsoever the fact of the matter is and i read every single word that he said and by the way you can you can get transcript of everything he says every our because he is available in case you want to talk to on but what he said is is true it's very difficult for the songs of superstars two and not even exceeded their parents to equal their parents and you can look around like yes pete rose junior what this is like when you go into that profession and don't give me barry bonds you know and don't give me ken griffey jr nicklas their fault is when they were good they were not great super star players having said all of that i followed run james i'm insane about this and i say everything that would right i when lebron james on this because don't do sociologist on my family don't do that win total on everybody's family he is making a point in general followed ron i don't care because it i have fail i don't one i don't want to do it on i don't want to do it all my family mean that but what what he says the the article what he says is true and a lot of superstars even say to bench on and don't go into my profession there's no point lillard will are trying to think about this earlier in the day we came up with a brett holland bobby hull as as really superstar it's very hard next reminiscent for alonzo when he does come into the league is going to be interesting a lot.

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