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"peter seidler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That's that's his own dinner that he'll be having this evening there's also talk about another meeting that's happening that's even more exclusive than the corporate executive dinner and really I think for Xi Jinping this is an incredibly important moment not just sitting down president Biden it's his third trip out of China for the year but I really go back to what Secretary Gina Raimondo said over the summer was that she heard from businesses and she warned Chinese leaders that what she's hearing is that they might stop investing in their country and that US companies complained to her that China has become uninvestable. so Xi Jinping was dealing with a lot of domestic economic problems this is an important concern for him he and one needs to try to assuage these CEOs concerns. yeah that's that's a challenge for sure so Ann -Marie coming from the White House you know I'm sure they're with you and with others they're trying to set expectations what are reasonable expectations for this meeting in San Francisco? the fact that meeting is the deliverable okay but it's like when I get together with Ann -Marie yeah that really is the deliverable but I think if you go back to what the president said yesterday before leaving Washington he said he wants to get these two countries on a normal course corresponding being able to pick up the phone talk to one another there's a crisis making sure our military still have contact with one another that's not happening right now so that is a very low bar and they're clearing it by having this meeting a priority is going to be the military to military correspondence and then other items on the fringes to look out for is a fentanyl agreement we've scooped that that title will go after chemical companies try to stem the flow of fentanyl the State Department announced yesterday an agreement to pursue efforts to triple renewable energy capacity by 2030 China may announce another story we scooped about this agreement Boeing they're considering unveiling on the sidelines of this meeting but really the premise of this is to be able to have communications normal communications and normal cadence communications between Beijing and Washington. Right. Emory, thank you. Emory Horton in San Francisco, the President of the United States, an important government of Xi and Biden features up 11 with our news Here's Michael Barr. Tom, Paul, thank you very much Israeli forces have breached the Al -Shifa Hospital compound in Gaza City. Hundreds of patients have been stranded there with dwindling supplies According to the Israeli military defense, they neutralized four Hamas militants and say they've already found evidence that Hamas was using Al -Shifa as a quote terror headquarters. Meanwhile, it's a race against time to save 36 premature babies trapped in Gaza's largest hospital. Disaster response expert, Dr. Erwin Redlander of Columbia University in New York says moving the babies in the current situation will be difficult. very It's a hopeless situation I'm so sorry to say it's you know for me as a physician and somebody who's been involved in crises like this it's it's really breaking. The hospital's emergency generator is said to have run out of fuel Saturday and there's power no for incubators. Almost half of Russians want President Vladimir Putin to open talks to end the war in Ukraine. That's according to a survey by the Russian Field Company and found 48 % said it is time for a peace deal compared with 39 % in favor of pressing on with war. An Ohio community is in mourning following a fiery multi -vehicle crash yesterday that killed six people including three high school students outside of Columbus. Officials say a semi slammed into a charter bus carrying the Tuskegee Valley High School marching band on Interstate 70. Tuskegee Valley School Superintendent Dr. Derek Verensky spoke at a vigil last night. We lost three students in the accident. Students who were bright lights, full of life, way too young. In the NTSB is investigating French judicial authorities today issued international arrest warrants for Syrian President Bashar Arshad, his brother and two army generals alleging their involvement in war crimes and crimes against humanity. Lawyers for Syrian victims say it includes a chemical attack in 2013 on rebel -held Damascus suburbs. Live the from Bloomberg Interactive Broker Studios. Global news 24 hours a day whenever you want it. With Bloomberg News Now, I'm Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg. Bloomberg Business Sports. My grandfather worshipped Branch Rickey. Branch Rickey was a general counsel for a guy named Walter O 'Malley as the Dodgers revolutionized America in baseball. A guy named Robinson and of course an historic move to LA. And then there was Walter O 'Malley and then you know all the history of that down to his grandson who was Peter Seidler who has died tragically of cancer. Far, far too early. And this is a kid, rich guy, who could have just mailed it in. Hey I got a ball team. And this guy didn't do this with the San Diego Padres, did he? No, no he did not. Let me go on Cancer stinks. Like you said, way, way too early and he never mailed anything in. I don't know where the Dodgers would be if you didn't have the O 'Malley family and all of that. Just the history involved. Tip of my cap to you guys out there with the O 'Malley family Condolences. Bloomberg Business and Sports on the San Diego Padres and Peter Futures up 10. They've given back a little bit here. Up 20 earlier in the enthusiasm of yesterday. Pre -retail sales. Retail sales, Michelle Meyer calling it buoyant and so maybe equities a take pause. Futures up 10. From New York, Pashminian Tom King. This is Bloomberg Surveillance on CarPlay. This message Interactive Brokers charges USD margin loan rates from 5 .83 % to 6 .83%. Rated the lowest margin fees by stockbrokers .com. Their clients can also earn extra income by lending their fully paid shares of stock. 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"peter seidler" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Is one of eight Republicans who ousted McCarthy after he worked across the aisle to avoid his or one of five major league teams to never win the World Series. The team announced that owner Peter Seidler a two -time cancer died survivor at the age of 63. He spent hundreds of millions of dollars in pursuit of a world championship. This is ABC News. The possibility of lung cancer can be pretty scary especially if you're one of approximately 8 million current or former smokers at high risk. That's why savedbytheskin .org wants you know to that now there's a breakthrough low -dose CT scan that can detect lung cancer early and it only takes 60 seconds. You stop smoking now start screening. For an easy quiz to see if you're eligible visit savedbytheskin .org it could save your life. Savedbytheskin .org is brought to you by the American Lung Initiative and the Ad Council. I'm Richard Cantu ABC News. News radio traffic from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center in Seattle on westbound I -90 Just east of Rainier Avenue a disabled vehicle is blocking the HOV lane. State Patrol is on scene the now and near Sea -Tac south to 16th Street is reduced to one lane at Military Road both eastbound and westbound until 5 a .m for construction work. I'm Jay News. News Radio traffic. News radio traffic. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News News radio traffic news. News radio traffic radio traffic news. News radio radio traffic. News radio news. News radio traffic. News news. News radio news. moves Congress one step closer to avoiding a government shutdown. I'm John Stolnes in Washington. A March News radio traffic. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic Wall Street stocks are coming off a strong rally on fresh lower inflation data. News radio traffic. News traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news news news. News radio traffic news news news. news. News radio traffic news. News radio news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. Washington. All News traffic. radio News radio traffic news. News radio Representatives traffic voted overwhelmingly on a short -term stopgap spending bill that would avert a government A March News radio traffic news news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic The days are 95. 127 Republicans and 209 Democrats voted in traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News news news. radio traffic The same policies and the same spending at the omni levels. Republican Dusty Johnson telling reporters some news. in News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. news This has some conservative victories. It doesn't have every conservative victory. Speaker Johnson doing a good job of communicating that to this group. And under normal circumstances, Speaker News radio traffic news. News radio news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio radio traffic. News radio traffic news. News news News radio traffic news news news. News radio traffic radio news. News radio traffic news. News radio News radio traffic news. News radio traffic government programs in mid January and another in early February for the rest. It now goes to the Senate where News it radio traffic news news. News radio Israeli supporters marched in the nation's capital Tuesday against terrorism and anti -semitism News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News We stand with Israel. We stand with Israel. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic on the National Mall. The security was tight and the message was passionate. How we are living is traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News news. radio News radio news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio News traffic news. News radio traffic news. we march for light over darkness. traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic traffic news. News radio traffic news news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic hand in hand with Speaker Johnson and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. The United States has always stood with Israel and we will do everything to see that that never traffic news. News radio traffic news. News New television news. News radio traffic news news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic news news. News radio traffic news. News radio traffic evaluation rages. This is the death toll and Gaza is now higher than 11 ,000. I'm Clayton Neville. It's 11 after. Teamsters president challenged
"peter seidler" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk. Well we check sports at 10 and 40 past each hour here at Northwest News radio so let's check in with Bill Swartz home ice not so nice for the Seattle Kraken. Back -to bummers -back at Climate Pledge Arena for the Kraken. 4 -1 loss to the Oilers then a 5 -1 defeat to the Colorado Avalanche. Brandon Tanuff returned from a month -long upper body injury and scored a goal. Joey Decord received a rousing ovation for making some remarkable saves. It's by the fans yeah that was a cool moment especially with you know I heard that a lot last year so really cool to hear that up here I just wish we could have given him a better result. So the Kraken head to Edmonton for a Wednesday night game then back home Thursday against the New York Islanders. A man has been arrested in England for suspicion of manslaughter in the death of former National Hockey League player Adam Johnson on October 28th while playing a game there. Johnson's neck was cut by an opponent skate blade. Off day for the 6 and 3 Seattle Seahawks Sunday in LA against the Rams and they expect to have starting quarterback Matthew Stafford returned from a thumb injury. Peter Seidler owner chairman of the San Diego Padres has died at age 63 he elevated that franchise to national prominence with unprecedented financial commitments sports with torts at 10 and 40 after the hour Northwest News Radio you're listening to Northwest News couple no it's time for a tech mobility minutes it's known as Island power and it's considered to be the largest electric truck charging hub in the United States this revolutionary concept is designed to serve multiple corporate truck fleet simultaneously the Finley megawatt hub is operated by one a energy private American utility scale distributed generation wind energy developer and operator headquartered in Finley Ohio addressing the industry's challenge of charging infrastructure for large -scale electric truck adoption what energy so the strategically positioned to accelerate the transition to electric trucking the site's current setup can support a power of up to 30 megawatts the magic of the site is a radical charging system designed to enhance site efficiency enabling various corporate clients to tailor their charging strategies Para Island is fed by our 138 ,000 volt line which can simultaneously charge up to 90 trucks as demand grows the hub has the potential to integrate renewable energy from wind and solar sources I'm Ken Chester this has been a tech mobility minute coming after up more than a century honor has been restored to a group of black soldiers largest court martial in Army US history we'll check that after traffic and weather next when we think of staying warm throughout our cold winter months we all think about our heating system but the truth is proper insulation in your home will keep that heat in while also lowering those high heating bills hi it's Greg Hersholt and by properly salating your attic as well as insulating your crawl space walls pipes and air ducts the pros at Northwest crawlspace services can significantly reduce heat loss in your home bottom line proper insulation in attic your and other areas of your home is one of the smartest ways to keep your home warm lower heating expenses and burnout reduce the on your HVAC system so get your free inspection Northwest crawlspace services will provide energy saving recommendations and get rid of any critters that are causing damage to
"peter seidler" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
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"peter seidler" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Desk when we check sports at 10 and 40 past each hour here on Northwest Radio News let's get the latest from Bill Swartz at a Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk and Bill reports home ice not so nice for the Seattle Kraken back -to -back bummers at climate pledge arena for the Kraken 4 -1 loss to the Oilers then a 5 -1 defeat to the Colorado Avalanche Brandon Tanuff returned from a month -long upper -body injury and scored a goal Joey Decord received a rousing ovation for making some remarkable saves it's always nice to be supported by the fans that was a cool moment especially with you know I heard that a lot last year so that was really cool to hear that up here especially could have given him a better result so the Kraken head to Edmonton for a Wednesday night game then back home Thursday against the New York Islanders a man has been arrested in England for suspicion of manslaughter in the death of former National Hockey League player Adam Johnson on October 28th while playing a game there Johnson's neck was cut by an opponent skate blade off day for the six and three Seattle Seahawks Sunday in LA against the Rams and they expect to starting have quarterback Matthew Stafford returned from a thumb injury Peter Seidler owner chairman of the San Diego Padres has died at age 63 he elevated that franchise to national prominence with unprecedented commitments sports with sports at 10 and 40 after the hour Northwest News Radio I'm Jeff Poggio you're listening to Northwest News Radio gas prices continuing their downward trend that have been experiencing for weeks once demand picks up because of Thanksgiving travel the brakes might be placed on the week after week of falling gas prices but a few months of lower travel demand lower oil prices and cheaper winter blends of gas have continued to mean lower prices of the pump the Energy Department reports the average price of regular unleaded went down five more cents in the past week 335 to a gallon that's 41 cents cheaper than at this time last year the cheapest gas now right is along the gulf coast at 281 a gallon alex stone ebc news now the latest in tech news here's matt mathison meta is rolling out a highly requested feature for its threads app users are now able to delete the leather threads account without also getting rid of their instagram profile the deletion feature can be found by going to account under settings and selecting delete or deactivate profile threads launched in july and was initially touted berg revealed threads was seeing about 100 million monthly users down by over half of what it saw at launch youtube will require content creators to disclose whether they use generative ai to produce their videos videos videos enhanced or completely created by ai will feature a label for synthetic content youtube says sensitive topics it's like elections or war will have more prominent labeling and whatsapp will be debuting a new way to host large group voice chats between 33 and 128 members can participate at a time but only on the primary device linked to their account matt mathison reporting trouble with your diesel pickup truck tom turner knows just where to go i've got a friend has a ford truck with a diesel at a dealership right now doing an estimate of twelve thousand dollars i would have that truck taking the plateau diesel performance at one of the best diesel pickup techs in the world the way they approach things is the right way to do it call plateau diesel performance at edumclaw you'll get way more bang for the buck plateau diesel performance please visit plateau diesel dot com nope the offense shifts to the right side football requires strategy and a thorough understanding of the rules the same is true when it comes to planning for your future that's you why need a life plan you need aging
"peter seidler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Let it take its course but not in the course of the press. Zornberg also didn't disclose the of Adams other administration members of or campaign aides had their devices seized. Westchester County officials say the local airport is preparing for a surge in travelers as people start getting away for Thanksgiving to ensure everyone can park. The airport is temporarily using empty space to create an additional 60 parking spots bringing the total number of spots to nearly 1 ,700. WBC News Time 803 3 sports in your forecast up next. Slater Slater Schulman 488 Madison Avenue New York New York is responsible for this ad. Attention former patients of Dr. Darius Paduche New York City and Long Island urologist. Dr. Paduche was arrested and charged with sexually abusing his patients for many years. If you were a patient of Dr. Darius Paduche at any time and were subjected to any sexual misconduct you may be entitled to substantial cash compensation. Call our law firm's Dr. Paduche sexual abuse helpline now. Call 800 734 811 Dr. Paduche treated both children and adults. He practiced at New York Presbyterian Wild Cornell in New York City and Northwell Health on Long Island between 2005 and 2023. If you were a patient of urologist Dr. Darius Paduche as a minor or an adult at any time and were subjected to any inappropriate sexual touching you may be entitled to substantial cash compensation. Call now to get the justice closure and the financial settlement you deserve. Call our Dr. law firm's Paduche sexual abuse helpline now at 800 973 4811 but the deadline to file a claim is rapidly approaching call right now 800 973 4811 800 973 4711 77 WABC news just the facts. WMC News Time 804. Puck about the drop on the Devils and Jets. Nets host the Magic just away Mets new manager Carlos Mendoza introduced to the media today. I understand the city of New York. I've been here for the past six years and I know how passionate the fan base is and the expectations that they got here. Mendoza becoming Mets the fifth manager in six years. Major League Baseball will honor the most dominant pitchers of the league tomorrow. Yankees ace Garrett Cole who Jays her look Kevin Gossman and twins starter Sonny Gray the American League. Say Griffin Logan Webb and 2016 Cy Young winner Blake Snell and the finalists on the National League roar way down the short side. Padres owner of Peter Seidler has passed away at the age of 63. The bills parting ways the year. He's with offensive with coordinator Kevin Dorsey. Buffalo announced he's firing after the team's disappointing loss to the Broncos on Monday Night Football. For more sports content go to WBC Sports Radio .com and follow 77 WABC sports on all social media platforms. The Mark Tarleton Levensho continues next University. Wednesday Sunny highs in the mid the year. Right now 45 degrees mostly clear skies. WBC News Time is coming up on six. I'm Bob Brown. Remember the news never stops at WABCradio the year. He's here. He's here. Now broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and a deal non -district building. We've once again made contact with our national America America Mark Levin here our number 877 -381 -3811 877 7 3 8 1 3 8 1 1. I think it's very very important that the millions of you listening to this program, patriotic Americans who support the state of Israel, hear from my next guest. I'm not because gonna ask I her know how she's she's doing not doing great. But I am going to introduce you to her. Her is name Yarden. Her sister -in -law and two nieces age 2 and 4 years old are being held hostage by Hamas. Her sister -in -law's father is being held hostage by Hamas. Her sister -in -law's mother was taken hostage and the Israeli Defense Forces, the ITF, found her side dead on of the the road. I mean, how much horror and velocity can one family contend with? Yarden was at March, you can call it, but at the event on the nation's capital, nation's the mall, latest number 290 ,000 people were there, she and and family members of other hostage -affected families flew all the way from Israel for the event and are flying back tonight, and it is our honor to have Yarden with us. Yarden,
"peter seidler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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Senator Bernie Sanders, chairing the hearing, restoring order, telling the two to stop it. Unionized Starbucks employees planning to hold a major strike this week. Thousands of employees across the nation will hit the picket lines Thursday on the company's so -called Red Cup Day. It's a popular promotional event when Starbucks gives out holiday -themed reusable cups. Workers accusing the company of refusing the fairly negotiated cafes that vote to organize Starbucks claims it's the union that is not bargaining in good faith. The US and China are expected to finalize an agreement to crack down on the flow of fentanyl. Reports say President he Biden meets will with announce Chinese the President deal when Xi Jinping in San Francisco Wednesday. Under the agreement, China would go after companies producing exporting and the precursor chemicals used to make the deadly synthetic opioid. Bloomberg reports the Biden administration in return, but lift restrictions on China's Forensic Police Institute, which is an entity the US is accused its abuses. of human rights I'm Lisa Taylor. President Biden on the meeting tomorrow with Xi San Francisco. To get back on a normal course of corresponding being able to pick up the phone and talk to one another is a is crisis a being able to make sure our military still have contact with one another. Biden telling reporters report is the US is not trying to decouple from China, adding he wants to restart military communications between the two nations. Cops want to know why two drivers left the man to die in the streets of Brooklyn last night. Cops searching for not one, but two drivers who hit and killed a man crossing a street in Borough Park, Brooklyn late last night, the 46 year old crossing Fort Hamilton Parkway when he was first hit by a Honda CRV. Then moments later as he lay on the ground was run over by another car. Neighbors have complained for years that drivers speed down their streets. We continue to send them letters and nothing is done. School buses are red running lights the red cause of running red lights. Cops searching through surveillance cameras in the area hoping they caught the the plate numbers of those wanted drivers. Norm Layton, WEBC News. Beatles are making music history. Their latest song now and then debuted at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, making fifth it their track to do so. It also extends their record as the group with the most top ten hits. Rolling Stones ranking second among groups with 23 top ten songs. Now and then is being billed as the final Beatles song. WBC News Times 703 sports and your forecast up next. Slater -Slater -Schulman 488 Madison Avenue, New York. York. New Attention former patients of Dr. Darius Paduche, New York City and Long Island urologist. Dr. Paduche was and arrested charged with sexually abusing his patients for many years. 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Integrity, honesty, professionalism. WABC news time 704 the Jets host the Devils tonight hosting Nets the magic. New Mets manager Carlos Mendoza introduced to the media today. This is a great opportunity for not only Carlos Mendoza but for the New York Mets. Mendoza becoming the Mets fifth manager in six years. San Diego Padres owner Peter Seidler has passed away at the age of 63. He had overcome twice his longtime battle with cancer before the team announced during the season that he had undergone another medical procedure back in August. The Padres owner was grandson of Walter O 'Malley who moved the Brooklyn Dodgers to Los Angeles and in 2012 he became a member of the San Diego ownership group eventually taking over full control in 2020. A man has been death arrested of a in hockey the player from Minnesota who was fatally injured during a game in England last month. Adam Johnson died after another player skate cut his neck in what was called a freak accident. 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"Last night Colorado clobbered the Kraken 5 -1. Brandon Tannif returned from a month -long injury and gave Seattle the early lead. Goalie Joey Decord received a rousing ovation for making some remarkable saves. It's always nice to be supported by the fans yeah that was a cool moment especially with you know I heard that a lot last year so that was really cool to hear that up here especially could have given him a better result. The Kraken go up to Edmonton tomorrow night back home Thursday against the New York Islanders. There's been an arrest England in for suspicion of manslaughter in the death of former National Hockey League player Adam Johnson on October 28th while playing in a game Johnson's neck was cut by an opponent's skate blade. Off day for six the and three Seattle Seahawks Sunday they're in LA to play the Rams who expect to have starting quarterback Matthew Stafford back from a thumb injury. Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder and Seattle native Corbin Carroll a runaway winner winner of the National League Rookie of the Year and Peter Seidler owner chairman of the San Diego Padres has has died at age 63. He elevated the franchise to national prominence with unprecedented financial commitments. Sports with Schwartz at 10 and 40 after the hour. Northwest News Radio. Northwest News Time 2 11 it's wait and see time in southwestern Iceland where volcanic activity is continuing at hour. this Steam continues to rise from the six mile long fissure that runs straight through the small town of Grindavik. Locals have been evacuated to safe centers out of harm's way. Arts can just open up you and swallow never know you so it was really scary and actually when I came here to safety I felt so good so relieved the evacuation came after the region was shaken by hundreds of small earthquakes every day for more than two weeks. Scientists continue to closely monitor the buildup of magma underground. Tom Rivers ABC News at the Foreign Desk. Northwest News Time 212. It's time for a Tech Mobility Minute. It's known as Power Island and it's considered to be the largest electric truck charging hub in the United States. This revolutionary concept is designed to serve multiple corporate truck fleets simultaneously. The Finley Megawatt Hub is operated by One Energy, a private American utility scale distributed generation wind energy developer and operator headquartered in Finley, Ohio. Addressing the industry's challenge of charging infrastructure for large scale electric truck adoption, One Energy's facility is strategically positioned to accelerate the transition to electric trucking. The site's current setup can support a charging power of up to 30 watts. The magic of the site is a radical charging system designed to enhance site efficiency, enabling various corporate clients to tailor their charging strategies. Para Island is fed by a 138 ,000 volt line, which can simultaneously charge up to 90 trucks. As demand grows, the hub has the potential to integrate renewable energy from wind and solar sources. I'm Ken Chester. This has been a Tech Mobility Minute. This holiday season, Sun Mountain Lodge, located in Winthrop, Washington, invites you to gather your loved ones for memories that last will a lifetime. Your luxury winter sunshine getaway will host gourmet Thanksgiving and Christmas feast. Enjoy sledding, cross -country skiing, and so much more. A western New Year's Eve at the lodge will include a firework display and the melodic tunes of Brennan Lee. Book your stay at sunmountainlodge .com.
"peter seidler" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Lakeside highs Corbin Carroll started the all -star game at T -Mobile Park hit 285 stole 54 bases Arizona the reached World Series and last night he's named the Jackie Robinson 2023 National League Rookie of the Year a whole of contingent you know just the people that made this possible so you know this was this was a group effort al rookie honors went to Baltimore shortstop Gunnar Henderson tonight the top managers of the year San Diego Padres mourned the passing of their chairman and owner Peter Seidler he was just 63. 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"peter seidler" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And so I think that's part of what made them comfortable with it because if you're signing Matt Carpenter and asking him to do what he did last season over 500 at bats, you're probably going to be disappointed. But if you're signing him and asking him to DH against right handed pitching and serve as a bench bag against lefties and I think you can reasonably expect closer to what he did last year he's not going to be Babe Ruth again, but I still think he's these signings just kind of fit what the Padres are trying to do. If you look at where last season they had so many kind of stars in the photo and Machado and they had guys who did different things at the top of their lineup and cronenworth and jerks and pro far, but they didn't have the depth that they had and as much as signing zander bogarts and filling out the rotation and as important as all that was, I think one of AJ pro's biggest priorities this off season was finding those kinds of guys who can make this a more complete offense and suddenly that's what they have. And I think the Nelson Cruz contract was it's so low risk. It was so low money. I think off the top of my head, it was just a year and a $1 million. He wants to be in San Diego. He has a good relationship with a lot of these guys. I mean, Manny Machado is many Machado has said that Nelson Cruz is one of his favorite players and he wants to play until he's as old as Nelson Cruz is now. And so Nelson Cruz is I think a nice fit for the Clubhouse and the fact that he's bought into that role is valuable to and if he bounces back if the operation he had to kind of correct his vision works, there are more at bats for him to win. I mean, he can serve as DH and Matt Carpenter can play first and you can move J cron worth around the field. So I think these guys just kind of fit what the Padres are trying to do maybe more than they would fit a different team that could have spent more given them more at bats. Yeah, crew said the I issue had been bothering him for about a year and a half, which lines up with when his stuff and started to decline. So it's intriguing, at least at his age, I don't know how much you can bet on a bounce back, but at least the timeline is interesting. I think when they got both Carpenter and crews and somehow squeeze them onto this restore. We've been joking all winter about the Padres having more roster spots than every other team. And somehow when I look at them, they only have 40 players on their 40 man roster, so it's not actually the case, but somehow it seems like they just have, no, they just cram all those players in there and somehow it's not more players. I don't know how they do it. But I wanted to ask about two players they acquired at the trade deadline last year. They, of course, made a splash at the deadline, when don't they. And I think pretty much every player they acquired probably didn't perform quite up to expectations, Soto hater, drury, bell, et cetera but by the postseason, at least September, October, hader looked like his old self. So what changes did he make? And are they confident that those changes will persist? And then is he another guy that they have thought about trying to extend? Because free agency is coming up soon. Yes, they've got about it. I don't know whether that's how real any of those talks are happening behind the scenes. I think they kind of, before they traded for Josh hader at last year's trade deadline, they saw what they figured would be mechanical fix that would take some time to happen. So I don't think they thought that right away, Josh hader would be Josh hayter again, because if you'll remember in the month and a half before the trade deadline was when he kind of was starting to struggle, it was tough when he got here because the Padres were expecting him to be the guys locking down the 9th inning, but they were also in the middle of this really kind of tight nationally wild card race. They needed him to be the guy and he wasn't he blew a few saves and lost a couple of games in the 9th inning and all of a sudden he had to they removed him from the closer role, which was not what they were preferring to do, but which may have ultimately helped in the long run because I'm no pitching guru, but I don't think he was necessarily on the right plane and on the right path in his delivery toward home plate. I think they made some changes and pitching codes we've been able to essentially said at one point in late August last year what, I think it's time to get Josh hater back in the closing role and he saved a game in San Francisco and from there from that point in late August he was essentially Josh hayter again. So if that's what you're going off of, I think the Padres are expecting more of the same from Josh hayter in 2023 because from that point onward he was I think maybe even better than he was. Now in the postseason he was hitting a hundred miles an hour just kind of out of nowhere. He says that was kind of adrenaline based. I think more than anything else. I don't know that they're going to get that guy on March 30th, but the fact that Josh haters able to kind of hit a hundred when he needs to and bring that velocity and obviously the slider and he incorporated a change up into some tough at bats against right handed hitters last year. I would expect I would expect this year to be the old Josh hater, the guy that we know can lock down the end of games. I flirt my lesson. I'm not betting against Peter seidler in HA pro signing any player extending any player spending any amount of money. But Juan Soto, that seems like the ultimate challenge and the ultimate expenditure can they sign these Scott Boris represented one Soto to an extension and how hard have they been trying or might they try? I'm not going to say no because I've learned my lesson. I didn't think they were going to make a big I didn't think they were going to make a big splash with Xander bogarts. I didn't necessarily think they'd extend Machado when they did and I've been proven wrong too many times to say they will not extend Juan Soto before he reaches free agency. So I'm not saying no. That said, it will be very difficult to do so Juan Soto is Juan Soto. He will be hitting the free agent market earlier than in the peak of his in the peak of his career. And I think he could probably command as much money as anyone else we've ever seen in free agency. He's a Scott Boris client and Boris clients have a tendency to get to free agency. So I know the Padres have been interested in it. They're keeping those talks private if they're happening at all right now. There's a lot of time. And Juan Soto has said this every time we've asked him about that. When we ask him about his long-term future in San Diego, he has the same kind of answer, which is, hey, two years is a long time. And then from there, we'll see. And that is it does feel very, very off into the future. I think the Padres are definitely interested in doing so because why would you why would you not be interested in having Juan Soto around for the foreseeable future? He's obviously just such a good player and the kind of like they already have quite a few cornerstones, but I mean, just in terms of what he can do at the plate, he might be the best hitter of the bunch. If I had to guess one way or another, I would think that he reaches free agency just because of the value he can command and kind of the tendencies that we've seen with guys that where he is in his career. I just don't want to be proven wrong again, so I don't want to say anything definitively on that front. So I think you said earlier when we were talking about the Padres off season, the Padres had money to spend clearly they have. So the question is how I guess or does this mean that every other team also has money to spend and is not spending it, the Padres are kind of the ultimate well, if they can do it, why can't team X do it even more than, say, the mets who are in New York and owned by Steve Cohen, et cetera, the Patriots are a better kind of counter to a lot of smaller market owners that say they can't afford to spend. So how are the Padres making this work? What's the financial calculus for them? Do they care if they are profitable from year to year?
"peter seidler" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Teams are playing games. We've got these new rules intact and it seems like all is going well so far. Very good. We're enjoying it. I was just out in Arizona for a week back on the east coast of Florida and it's good to get out and see as many teams as I can. It's been a fun start. Arizona is definitely the place to squeeze in as many teams as possible with the close proximity of all of them. We'll get to your trip in Arizona a little bit later on in the show, but let's start with let's play some catch up because there has been some big news since the last time we talked Manny Machado re ups for 11 years here in San Diego. Pretty big deal. It doesn't seem like just looking at the numbers how it broke down that he got the significant raise that everybody might have been expecting, but nonetheless, the Padres will keep them in a uniform likely until he retires. Oh, absolutely. Very long deal. I think that was a fine deal for him. I mean, those opt outs have been great for the players, started with Alex Rodriguez with his record $252 million deal and I mean, this winter alone took advantage of the opt out, obviously we know that he had a ended up signing three different deals, but certainly took advantage of the opt out rodon took advantage of the opt out. You know, a lot of guys did and Machado, you know, ends up staying in San Diego. I think the Padres were confident on this all along. I'd been at the owner's meeting a few weeks ago and some of the owners were talking about it and they felt that the San Diego was going to get it done. We saw many set of deadline of the February 16th and then say he was opting out. I think the Padres felt even after he said that they still felt confident. I think that delayed for one day after he said that he was opting out, got back to work and absolutely got it done. Yeah, I mean, he virtually said in the price conference that he really had no intentions of going anywhere else he wanted to be a padre. Certainly 11 years, three 50 will make you settle down pretty nicely in a city and, you know, there's still apparently according to you, John, there's still some room to possibly get some other things done here. Well, we'll see. I wouldn't put anything past the Padres at this point. I mean, you know, they could, they're liable to do anything. I'm not sure where they're getting the money, but I just give them credit, they're doing a great job. Peter seidler, the owner now, amazing. I mean, we've come from a point where they couldn't afford chase headley. I was shipping them off to the Yankees, and now they've got 5 superstars on that team and counting Darvish and then tatis when he comes back. We believe April 20th and, you know, I think Machado not a surprise. They are going to try to lock up hater and Soto haters of free agent after the year. Soto in two years, you know, just guessing here, I would say they probably have a better chance on hater, but I'm not putting anything past them. I talked to both guys and both guys are obviously loving it there. They love their opportunity to win. It's incredible Clubhouse, amazing talent, and you know, that maybe that gives them a little bit better chance to lock guys up and like I said, I think with hater, you know, maybe it can get it done. Not putting anything past the Padres. But, you know, he is one of the best two or three players in the game, probably the best hitter in the game. You know, and he talked about how important free agency is and you know, he's got two years to go. If they can get that one done, I'll believe anything. So we'll see. Yeah, this might be the tall, the tallest climb that the Padres have to make in terms of retaining a player or going out and getting one. But I did find it interesting. My antennas went up hearing solo. I think it was yesterday, say that he's open to having extension talks. That's not something that's not the kind of talk you normally hear from a Scott Boris client. But you got, you've got Scott speaking very positively of the organization. You got Soto saying he's interested. You're right. We can't put anything past the Padres at this point, 'cause I think they've really changed the way we look at the organization now when it comes to acquiring or signing players. Amazing. Yes, so told me that they are open and they're waiting and I'm sure it's not going to be a long wait, you know, season starts now in less than a month. So, you know, they're going to reach out and Scott was very positive about the Padres. I'm sure he loves what they're doing overall. I think he said they moved a mountain and it's called the crush more, yeah. Much more. I tell you what. It's time to come up with this stuff, but he did. That said, those are nice words. It is still Scott Boris, it still is one Soto. You know, we'll see. I mean, it's going to be a huge number. We know we already turned down $440 million. So that's the starting point at this point. You can't offer less than that, although, you know, you obviously, the little transition getting there, but he looks good now. So I think they love him. They give up 5 players, young players for him, and they'll make every effort, but, you know, sometimes trying isn't quite enough. We'll see. Yeah, it's also important to remember free agency is two years away for once. So this is his platform here and for those who may not be familiar with the term. This is really like the most important year before you get into free agency. So I'm sure the chips will fall where they are and I think Juan Soto and Scotty B will kind of let that happen. We'll see how that kind of situation changes. Obviously this year, a little bit different. Spring training has been a little bit different for the last three years, right? You had the COVID year, the first year, no problem. You had the first year out of the COVID year. And then last year, because of the lockout, spring training was a little bit shorter this year. You got the WBC which starts next week. Guys are tuning up for it. It seems like it's going to be a pretty
"peter seidler" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Let's start with let's play some catch up because there has been some big news since the last time we talked Manning Machado re ups for 11 years here in San Diego. Pretty big deal. It doesn't seem like just looking at the numbers how it broke down that he got the significant raise that everybody might have been expecting, but nonetheless, the Padres will keep them in a uniform likely until he retires. Oh, absolutely. Very long deal. I think that was a fine deal for him. I mean, those opt outs have been great for the players, started with Alex Rodriguez with his record $252 million deal and I mean, this winter alone Correa took advantage of the opt that, obviously, we know that he had ended up signing three different deals, but certainly took advantage of the opt out, rodon took advantage of the opt out. You know, a lot of guys did in Machado, you know, ends up staying in San Diego. I think the Padres were confident on this all along. I'd been at the owner's meeting a few weeks ago and some of the owners were talking about it and they felt that the San Diego was going to get it done. We saw many set a deadline of the February 16th and then say he was opting out. I think the Padres felt even after he said that they still felt confident. I think the delayed for one day after he said that he was opting out, got back to work and absolutely got it done. Yeah, I mean, he virtually said in the price conference that he really had no intentions of going anywhere else he wanted to be a padre, certainly 11 years, three 50 will make you settle down pretty nicely in a city and you know there's still apparently according to you, John, there's still some room to possibly get some other things done here. Well, we'll see. I wouldn't put anything that's the Padres at this point. I mean, you know, they could, they're liable to do anything. I'm not sure where they're getting the money, but I just give them credit. They're doing a great job. Peter seidler, the owner now. Amazing. I mean, we've come from a point where they couldn't afford chase headley. I was shipping them off to the Yankees, and now they've got 5 superstars on that team with counting Darvish and Tati's when he comes back. We believe April 20th and, you know, I think Machado not a surprise. They are going to try to lock up hater and Soto haters of free agent after the year. So to in two years, you know, just guessing here, I would say they probably have a better chance on hater, but I'm not putting anything past them. I talked to both guys and both guys are obviously loving it there. They love their opportunity to win. It's incredible Clubhouse, amazing talent and maybe that gives them a little bit better chance to lock guys up and like I said, I think with hater, you know, maybe they can get it done. Soto, you know, again, not putting anything past the Padres. But you know, he is one of the best two or three players in the game, probably the best hitter in the game. You know, and he talked about how important free agency is and you know he's got two years to go. If they can get that one done, I'll believe anything. So we'll see. We're back.
"peter seidler" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"My big concern buster is all these guys are going to be leaving for the WBC. And we're not playing the same rules in the WBC. Dusty banker is worried. We're not going to get our guys back until like two weeks before the season starts. So to really iron out these rules, we're only going to have two weeks instead of a month to do it. All right, since we last set a podcast, Manny Machado worked out at 11 million, excuse me, 11 year, $350 million deal. Tim, I said at the time when Machado told reporters, you know, I gave him a February 16th deadline. I was like, yeah, that doesn't apply. When know how much man he loves playing for the Padres and how much the Padres love Manny and if you're his agent, Dan lozano, you did the right thing and taking advantage. You got a player on a team that's spending like crazy. You absolutely make a deal. I thought it was a no brainer this would get done. Yeah, I was not taken by old man. He's out the out. He's going to go play for somebody else. I told you that day. Let's just see how the season goes. Maybe he's Soto, Bogart's and tatis junior formed this unbelievable force of the top of the order and man. He goes, I don't want to go anywhere. Well, it already happened because Peter seidler kept his promise and said, Manny Machado is my number one priority. And then he took care of it. And they're not done buster. We know other gigantic free agents are out there. And he's got to get so signed long-term. So the money spent by the Padres a lot more is coming. All right, so during the game on Monday, I got a chance to interview Jordan walker, the super prospect for the Cardinals, who is enormous. And of course, I could have asked him about the baseball stuff first, but no, I was going to ask him how big he is because when I saw his listed height at 6 5, I was like, there's no chance he's 6 5. I knew he was taller than that. And so I asked him and then he got the biggest grin. He's got a great smile. He's like a 35 year old 20 year old with his personality with his comfort level and acknowledged, yeah, you know, yeah, I have grown another inch. I mean, he's Giancarlo Stanton big, and I do think he's going to have a huge impact Tim in the big leagues. Right. And you guys were telling us yesterday during the workout that he had a home run on a backfield that ended up landing on like the tarp above the media area and weren't all suggested well that went at least 450 feet. So classic you guys are sitting there and a guy hits one on the roof right above you and it could only be that guy 6 6 two 50. I love it. This is why baseball's spring training is so great. You get to see some of these guys really for the first time and you're just blown away by how big they are. And I got to say, you know, in past years, you'd have a 20 year old who hasn't appeared in the big leagues new to sim. They're going to send them to the minor leagues. That's not how baseball is these days. Like they assume that the teaching will continue with the big league level. They want to get high end talent to the big leagues. They're trying Tyler O'Neill and center field in spring. If they can make that work, then they would play Jordan walker and left field so far so good. He looks great, and I do, you know, I love the quote from skip Schumacher after Saturday's exhibition after he hit this monster home run. He said, look, I was in the Padres organization, tatis, junior, was that guy said, you know, he's like tatis junior in terms of his impact. I'm going to be fascinated to watch him develop. Well, I love that. I mean, Andrew painter aged 19 might make the Phillies Anthony volpe maybe that opening day shortstop for the a. I'm not saying it's going to happen, but these are really young kids. And I'm a big believer. If you think they're ready, let's go right now. If you need that wild card that one guy to get you past the Astros or when your division. Sometimes you got to take a chance on a young guy and see if it works. In honor of you, I also asked him the first time that he dunked. He can remember the first time that he dunked and he told me. And I said, this is a question that I know my colleague, Tim kirchen would want to know. The answer to, and he said 14. But he couldn't remember. See, if you and I had ever dunked in our lifetime, we would not only know how old we were. We would know the exact date, right? We really exact date. We might even take the rim home and put it up in our trophy room. Buster me standing on your shoulders. We still couldn't dunk it. That's a fact. And by the way, I am so fascinated by the whole dunking process. My first real dog as an adult was a black lab and his name was dunk. That was his name because I just have always loved anyone who can dunk it. So Jordan walker, I'm sure he was jamming at 14. Love it. And I didn't ask him this. I actually in the drive, I was like, I should have asked him. I'm assuming he may have been named for Michael Jordan, right? I mean, all those kids of that age. We get all these jeters, you get all these Jordans. So, you know, who knows. Next time I see him, I'm going to ask him that. Bleacher tweet for a Corey Rupert asks, when the rule changes, will we see a player with more stolen bases than total wins for my reds this year? Tim, what say you? I'm going to say the reds who are not good are going to win more games than the stolen base leader. Look, I'm a believer buster that with your bases. We might get some more action. We're sure hoping, but I've talked to dozens of players about this. And Max Scherzer for one said, I don't see the stolen base rate going up significantly more. He told me, with the base being that much bigger, he said, I just have to be one, two, 9, to the plate instead of one three O. That is a microscopic difference, but he's smarter than everyone. He's already done the math on this. And he's not saying there won't be any stolen base. He's just saying it's not as big a deal as you think on the stolen base. So I don't think anyone's going to steal 60 bases this year. That's my guess. And before you go, I want you to weigh in on the great handshake saga of the weekend. I just before I got on with you, I push send on a note that Major League Baseball's investigation is not the right word. But looking into this, it's over. They consider the matter settled.
"peter seidler" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"It's going to be, I guess, a box on the screen, another aspect of watching a game where it's a graphic of some of them we're going to see a clock, like a shot clock, the entire game. I just assumed that it was going to be on the score bug like the shot clock or like the play pocket football. Pretty much that to me seems to make the most sense. Our first game of the year on ESPN where broadcasting today 1 o'clock eastern cardinal's mets, I'm excited to see how we handle that. Okay. And Jeff passon here on the rich eisen show a couple more minutes left with the MLB insider just real quick, some quick headers. I saw some games this weekend and I saw a left handed hitter hit a liner into right field and it hit the ground and I'm like, shouldn't there be a shouldn't there be a third baseman standing there to just catch it on? Am I seeing the shift actually lead to hits? Did I see that over the weekend? Jeff? Did I see it? You know, I've never been a huge opponent of the shift, like I've always thought that it was just going to bring singles back and people aren't coming to the ballpark for singles. But at the same time, when a ball gets hit on the screws and because of defensive positioning a guy just happens to be there, like I looked at that as much as, hey, good for the defense. Good for the scouting. The numbers. Yeah, but I want you to put yourself, put your guys in a position where they can execute a play. But the other side of the coin, I completely understand why a left handed pull hitter singling to right field is music to many people's ears. But Jeff, let's put everything that we've just discussed together. Yes, you're not coming for singles, but you're seeing a runner on in a pitch clock going down, and now that guy's going to be taking a lead. And now with the bases being larger, maybe that guy steals a base and then maybe somebody actually hits one in the gap and we see action and it's not strikeout walk home run. And a game that moves along because the shift will open it all up. How about that? Yeah, there is no good counter to that rich. You're a 100% right. Like it aligns with everything that they're trying to do. I, you know, as somebody who has a deep appreciation for incredible defensive plays, maybe I'm just being a little sensitive to the defenders and their ability to put out up on the board. But yeah, what you say right there, listen, more guys on base is more action more action is good for the game. So it's why when it comes to the shift, I wasn't against fanning it. I wasn't for banning it, but I can see the benefits certainly on both sides. Okay, and lastly, where did the Jeff passion here on the rich eisen show? Lastly for you, where did all the money from San Diego come from? What is happening with the Padres, who now have extended Manny Machado, and does everyone on asking multiple questions? Does everyone on San Diego have a ten plus year 300 plus $1 million contract? I mean, what's happening? Yes. It's incredible how they were able to do that. I think what's happening is twofold here. Number one, it's really amazing rich what happens when an owner prioritizes winning? Really incredible to see Peter seidler coming out. And saying, you know what? I'm in a small media market. My television revenue is a fraction of what the Dodgers 90 miles off the coast are. And I don't give a damn because I want to win the first World Series in franchise history. And I'm going to bring in and keep her out the best players who give me the best chance of doing so. Such a novel concept. To win. And not trying to make a profit. And the Padres certainly on a year over year basis started going to lose money. There's just not enough revenue coming in even with the sellouts, even with a season ticket list that had to be cut off. Because there was too much demand, even with only one major professional sport in the city. There's still going to lose money because the payroll is seemingly high. But what the Padres have done rich is very simple. They've taken some of the equity from their growth and from the growth of professional sports teams across the landscape where you see a portion of the Milwaukee Bucks selling for three and a half $1 billion valuation today when less than a decade ago they were bought for $550 million. Well, that appreciation happened with the Padres too far for 800 million in 2012 would easily sell for over $2 billion today and the padre said, you know what? We're going to take a chunk of that and we're going to bring in a strategic partner who's going to give us cash. And we're going to reinvent that cash in the actual product, which is on field players. And that reinvestment we hope is going to help build our brand, continue to build our awareness and more than anything, build a championship caliber of all club. And if we do happen to win the World Series and the returns on that investment are going to be absolutely incredible long-term and short term. And then, of course, Otani will top that list by a large margin before I let you go. I'm sure you're going to be in on him too, rich. Oh my gosh. And then Soto, they're going to have to pay Soto too. So walk me through the timeline in your mind is the trade deadline, a trigger is opening day at trigger. What's the ohtani timeline for you for a new contract or trade this year in 2023? Well, my personal economy timeline is that every day is a show hey, it's potty day. But in terms of extension, I don't see the angels getting anything done, frankly, I think he's too close to free agency and there's too much out there. And in order for him to stick around with the team, that he doesn't know if it's going to be very good. And here's the truth, if the angels sank or even if they're just sort of mid this year, I could see him moving at the trade deadline because if he's going to leave there and I think the odds are probably more in favor of Shohei Ohtani ending up somewhere else next year than being back for the Los Angeles angels, you'd better get as much for him as you possibly can because I'm sorry, but one drastic for show hit one compensatory traffic for showing us how to be leaving, adding a good deal. So to the mets give up axe capital for him. Is that what it is? Is that what they have to do? Jeff. I mean, what a bonanza that would be. Rich if ohtani stays healthy and performs anywhere close to the way he's done over the last two years, the number is going to start. Start at 500. I can't wait. Jeff have a great rest of February because I'm calling you in March, which is just the other day. I look forward to that. Look for more of my phone calls. I can't wait. Thanks for the time here, sir. Appreciate it. All right, glad you got it. We did. We did. We got it in. It's safe. And we can now complete the rest of the interview, which is right now. Thanks for the call, Jeff. And he has just stepped out of the batter's box. At Jeff pass and follow him. Okay. The man from whose brain, who do you think you are, I am? The 11 year anniversary of it was yesterday. Pete Weber, baby, he's coming up next right here on the rich eyes and show.
"peter seidler" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"He said, you know, basically made it clear he's really not going to be revealing much. I think already. And you know, I just went up to the Met's GM Billy eppler and certainly apple has a history with him as he was the DM of the angels when they did get ohtani and he said to me, oh Tony is a member of the angels and that's all I'm going to say. Good answer. Very sensitive. You're not supposed to talk about players on other teams. I get it. I was kind of going up on an off the record basis, but since he said nothing, I can reveal that he said nothing off the record and, you know, it's going to be quite a situation here where we're talking about a guy getting probably a half a $1 billion, you know, I mean, he's one of a kind. There's no question about that. And he also brings in sponsorship and signage and all sorts of revenue. So, you know, it's a difference. I mean, every judge was a big free agent, those short stuff, big free agents, but this is another category entirely. Yeah, this runs completely. This runs deeper than just what he does on the field. This goes to butts in the seat, this goes to merchandise so there's so many layers to a guy like Shohei Ohtani. And he won't be alone in this free agency. News comes down to day via Dennis Lin of the athletic. He says that he tweeted out, it wasn't a secret, but Manny Machado publicly confirmed he's told the Padres he intends to opt out of his contract. He declined to get into negotiations or on a potential extension with the club, but did say he'd like to play as long as new teammate, Nelson Cruz has. So, I mean, that's a pretty firm, you know, I'm going to free agency. We're not going to have any more contract talks. And so that until that happens. And so now you have Shohei Ohtani and Manny Machado who will be available to the masses. Yeah, I'm a little surprised. I was at the owner's meeting last week and there was some hope there to get something done. They have clearly been talking about it. And suing the Padres are willing to spend, give them credit, Peter seidler, our groomer, they did a fantastic job, got borts and, you know, they keep going, extension for Darvish, so I understood their hope and even suggested they had opened now that hope to supersede the opt out is gone and we've got another big free agent. I thought he was the MVP last year, certainly Goldschmidt was a great candidate who won the award, but Machado, one of the best defenders I think of all time, even though somehow he was a nominated for a gold glove at his position last and just a terrific all around player and you know he's established in San Diego. So I'm not going to say this is not going to happen. I still think they have a chance. They're a team that has really shocked us. I mean, you were there years ago. I mean, from San Diego and they never could spend with the big boys. I mean, it's not a small market. It's a mid market, 12 market, but in terms of media market because they're kind of hemmed in there by Mexico and certainly Angeles to the north. The TV market, it does not provide what other TV markets do provide. And give them credit, they clearly must be losing money. They're not talking about it. I talked to one of them yesterday, but I give them credit for trying to do everything they can to win and they did make an effort here with Machado. We don't know exactly what that effort was, but you know, he's still very viable, excellent free agent with surprising lest she went on auto did not opt out, you know, similar type situation, similar age, similar pedigree, and that was a shock. And you know, it's probably shouldn't be a shock. It's only surprising that the Padres were not able to get it done because they've been able to get almost everything done that they've tried. They did try for trade Turner and they tried for Aaron judge but, you know, they did get one of the big fish in Bo gurts and they've done so much more than anyone. Any of us would have thought they could have done. Yeah, a few things because, you know, as you mentioned, I'm pretty close to this. The first salvo really was put down by AJ preller. He had mentioned, I can't remember. I've been at you Darvish just press conferences that the ball was at the ball was in Manny's court. Manny then responded by saying, no, actually the ball is in your court. You can go to the Padres looked at it as Manny was still under contract beyond his opt out. He man he looked at it as I have, I am a free agent after this. And so now by putting himself as a free agent. Now, maybe negotiations could start, but it sounds like Manny Machado is content on going to free agency and seeing where it goes. I will say this the difference in Arenado and Manny. I think was Arnold opted in. What was that last season he opted in, John? During the season. That was before this kind of money started to get funny here this off season. I mean, I think it would be, it wouldn't be smart business by Manny, not opting out after seeing the price tags that were handed out during this off season. So I think this was, this was coming no matter what the scenario was. Right, but I don't know. I had to know he was giving up some money. Oh, for sure. I mean, he's one of the best players in baseball and he had to know he was going to be able to top what he had left, even before seeing what judge and Correa and bogarts and Turner got, you know, so there are guys who are comfortable where they are. I mean, me, I'd be comfortable in San Diego. I think here you go. Indeed. Some guys, you know, Drake Turner was offered $42 million more to go to San Diego and he preferred Philadelphia to San Diego. Me, you know, I would go to San Diego for 42 million less. All right. But, you know, everybody's got their own taste. And we'd heard Machado, it's kind of set up things there, but you know, everybody's competitive in this game. That's how you get to be a great player and he's obviously competitive and wants to do better than he's got right now. Yeah, you know, the interesting, the other interesting element is you wonder how much are not all was jaded by taking the most money he could in Colorado. And then that completely not being worked out. Now getting the St. Louis, which from a market standpoint, I mean, they aren't one of the bigger spenders in baseball. I wonder if that played in his mind and taking the opt out as opposed to trying to get a little bit more so that he could have the pieces around him, certainly something you would think that he thought about. I want to move to another category. And that I don't know if you happen to see this Corbin burns, went to his arbitration hearing. And as a former player, I know, most agents will suggest that you don't go to these meetings, for the very reason that Corbett burns found out. And he says that this relationship between him and the brewers has changed in a way that I don't think can be can be mended.
"peter seidler" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Down to day via Dennis land of the athletic. He says that he tweet out, it wasn't a secret, but Manny Machado publicly confirmed he's told the Padres he intends to opt out of his contract. He declined to get into negotiations or on a potential extension with the club, but did say he'd like to play as long as new teammate, Nelson Cruz has. So, I mean, that's a pretty firm I'm going to free agency. We're not going to have any more contract talks. And so that until that happens. And so now you have Shohei Ohtani and Manny Machado who will be available to the masses. Yeah, I'm a little surprised. I was at the owner's meeting last week and there was some hope there to get something done. They have clearly been talking about it and suing the Padres are willing to spend, give them credit, Peter seidler, our groomer, they did a fantastic job, got fog and, you know, they keep going, extension for Darvish, so I understood their hope and even suggested they had opened now that hope to supersede the opt out is gone and we've got another big free agent. I thought he was the MVP last year. Certainly Goldschmidt was a great candidate who won the award, but Machado, one of the best defenders I think of all time, even though somehow he didn't was a nominated for a gold glove at his position last and just a terrific all around player and you know, he's established in San Diego. So I'm not going to say this is not going to happen. I still think they have a chance. They're a team that has really shocked us. I mean, you were there years ago. I mean, from San Diego and they never could spend with the big boys. I mean, it's not a small market. It's a mid market, 12th market, but in terms of media market because they're kind of hemmed in there by Mexico and certainly Angeles to the north, the TV market, it does not provide what other TV markets do provide. And give them credit, they clearly must be losing money. They're not talking about it. I talked to one of them yesterday, but I give them credit for trying to do everything they can to win and they did make an effort here with Machado. We don't know exactly what that effort was, but you know, he's still very viable, excellent free agent. It was surprising. Last year in ornano did not opt out, you know, similar type situation, similar age, similar pedigree, and that was a shock. And you know, it's probably shouldn't be a shock. It's always surprising that the Padres were not able to get it done because they've been able to get almost everything done that they've tried. They did try for Trey Turner and they tried for Aaron judge but, you know, they did get one of the big fish in bogarts and they've done so much more than anyone. Any of us would have thought they could have done. Yeah, a few things because, you know, as you mentioned, I'm pretty close to this. Whether
"peter seidler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"City, here's Michael Barr. Tom Paul, thank you very much. House speaker Nancy Pelosi continued her tour of Asia in South Korea today. She met with senior members of parliament and spoke about the bilateral alliance built from the Korean War in the 1950s. Pelosi avoided making comments about her trip to Taiwan earlier in the week, which angered China, Beijing fired 11 missiles into the sea around Taiwan today. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says he now understands he was irresponsible to declare the sandy hook elementary school massacre a hoax. Jones now says it was 100% real. They mistakes and it's been terrible for everybody involved. Including myself. And so I really do want to kind of change things hopefully be a more positive force when it comes to issues like mass shootings. The jury in Austin, Texas began to liberating yesterday on how much the InfoWars host owes the parents of one of the children killed in the 2012 attack in newtown, Connecticut. Testimony wrapped up after a bombshell from the plaintiff's lawyer revealed that Jones lawyers mistakenly handed over two years of text messages from Jones phone. Republican representative Jackie borsky of Indiana and two of her staffers died in a car accident yesterday. According to the Elkhart Lake count, Elkhart county sheriff's office, a car crossed into their lane and struck them head on. Jim Baird is a fellow House Republican from Indiana. Her straightforwardness and her honesty and she served on the athletes committee as well. So and also gives you some feel about the kind of person she was. Congresswoman was 58. The prosecutor in the WNBA star Brittany griner trial in Russia is calling for a 9 and a half year sentence on drug charges. She is accused of possession of a banned substance when authorities found vape cartridges with cannabis oil in her luggage as the last time grinder will testify in the last day of the trial. Live in the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg tombo. I think so much. Michael Barr, I want to talk about the grandson of Walter O'Malley. In the nephew of the great Peter O'Malley, a guy who could have mailed it in, but Peter seidler didn't and in 2012, he bought a team flat on its back except for Tony Gwynn. Yeah. And he bought the Padres. And to me, it's almost NFL like what he's done. I mean, this is a Bloomberg business sports story. It's just going to keep on giving. What Peter's side has done with the Padres is historic. Am I right on that? You got to go back, let's be blunt to like back in 84 when the Padres were playing the tigers for battling for the World Series. They haven't been this relevant and a long, long. But this is like what crafted with a patriots or exactly. Right in my head right now, I don't have the high key analog, but it's extraordinary. I over a decade what this guy has done. We talk about it all the time in the mornings is that these kind of trades that take place now with the Padres, with now you've got, you know, I mean, it's amazing to me. Now we're gonna watch padre baseball like Tom dust. LA is supposed to have a gajillion dollars in razzle dazzle in the New York Yankees. I get it all. There's that small team up north of New England. It's a razzle dazzle there as well. San Diego? Yeah. It was like a minor league franchise. Yeah, no more. Peter seidler. I'll just talk about the Padres. Bloomberg business sports with Michael Barr, an extraordinary story. Futures red and green on the screen, please stay with us. This is Bloomberg,
Phillies want Manny Machado, Bryce Harper
"To be feeding clear Phillies fans display all they've done. What they've done has been extraordinary despite all they've done. This off season would be considered an utter failure as affiliates. Don't walk away with Manny Machado. I can I can guarantee you for certain the front office is here. That. And I think no matter what it takes whether it's three thirty or three fifty or even north of that. I didn't the Phillies will do whatever is required to get done. Yeah. I said to Scott Miller, my sense was that John Middleton who made the comment about the Phillies, you know, perhaps spending stupid money. He would basically have to grab the steering wheel away from the front office analysts. What do you think? I I agree. I mean, those if they find a way not to to pull in Harper tho those are going to be word that he eats for very long time. I can assure you of that. All right. Let's talk about Manny Machado earlier in the week. I wrote a column in which I suggested that. I mean, I flat out don't think that the timing of the Machado signing is right because I don't think they're pitching develop enough. We we know that they have is tremendous wave of prospects coming you, send me a note after that though that maybe disagree a little bit both to an extent, I agree into an extent. I don't offer you both sides of the aisle. Here's the Padres. Lost ninety six games last season. And now have agreed to three hundred million dollar deal with Machado in that dynamic is practically without precedent. Before yesterday. There had been thirty nine nine figure contracts handed out to free agents in major league history. But only two of them were signed by team that won fewer than seventy games the previous season the oath. Dick's cubs. Went sixty six ninety six signed Alfonso Soriano to one hundred and thirty six million dollar deal. The twenty ten nationals went sixty nine ninety three. They signed Jason worth to a one hundred and twenty six million dollar deal. But the Padres of the top ranked form system, according to baseball America among other outlets, including our own law since two thousand five thirteen of the fourteen teams with that number one distinction made the playoffs BUSTER within two years. And the only exception was the twenty eleven royals and they wound up making it to back to back World Series in two thousand fourteen and twenty fifty. So let me ask you if you were Peter Seidler who is the owner of the Padres. And he's the one who's making like that not a general manager like AJ prowler. Would you have made the same decision that would have made the exact same decision? This is this is a city. In a franchise now that has the opportunity to explode because of the because the chargers have left they play in as we all know the best climate in America. Now have the opportunity to be the biggest show in town. I think Manny Machado though, he isn't Bryce Harper. In terms of celebrity is probably that present a better baseball player. Just in terms of his tools, Dan, Bryce Harper is I will go on record as saying that he will be well worth three hundred million dollars over the next ten years. And I will also point out that the five year player option is not something that shouldn't should should go without being mentioned because as you know, the collective bargaining agreement expires after three years, you never know what the market might look like in five a really shrewd move by Manny Machado when his representation to give them that player option after five