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Why Do People Say 'Holy Cow'?

BrainStuff

03:16 min | 1 year ago

Why Do People Say 'Holy Cow'?

"It seems seems quaint. These days to express astonishment with a wholesome phrase like holy cow. It's so common that we've probably all said at some point. Maybe as kids. And if your sports fan of a certain age you may even associated with baseball announcer Phil Rizzuto or Harry Carey Carey delivered particularly clearly memorable holy cow in his broadcasts so much so that comedian will ferrell often period carry on Saturday night. Live some some people even thought that resute oh or carry might have originated the phrase they were both in the booth in the early days of holy cow but not quite early enough. Russillo began announcing after his playing days. Were over his first season as announcer for the New York. Yankees was in nineteen fifty seven carries announcing career began in the minor leagues in Nineteen Forty. Three and he moved up to the majors in nineteen forty five but holy cow dates from before that. It's what's known as as a minced oath which is when you substitute a kind of maybe similar ish sounding word for a taboo word. That's why we have friggin thing. It and heck in this case cow is probably a stand in for Christ so the speaker wouldn't take the Lord's name in vain minced oaths have been around in the English language for hundreds of years the variations on the holy theme have been in use since the middle of the eighteen hundreds according to the Oxford English dictionary its this definition of holy includes its use as an expletive such as holy cow or Holy Mackerel the first instance listed for this variety of minced. Oath imprint comes in eighteen fifty-five with Holy Moses but what about holy cow specifically it does indeed have ties to baseball but back before Kerry and Rosetto where even born pitcher for the Sacramento Wolves. Thirteen was known as holy cow Peter's according to a report in the Sacramento Union that year. But not even auto holy cow. Peter's could claim to have invented the phrase since that same year the Lincoln Star in Nebraska. Bresca noted that player Manager Charlie Mullen said holy cow so as early as nineteen thirteen people were saying holy cow at least in Sacramento Sacramento California and Lincoln Nebraska. The thing is cows are famously held as holy in Hinduism. They're not gods and they're not not worshiped but cows are considered sacred these gentle beasts after all if more to humans than they take in the form of milk and its products like butter and cheese and manure which we can use as fertiliser. There were a few English language books on India and Hinduism around in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries which coincides with the phrase popping up across America. It's unlikely that baseball players were directly referencing Hindu religious beliefs in creating their new minced oath. But it it is likely that holy cows were something Westerners knew about around that time. And if you're a baseball player who just struck out again and you're forbidden from swearing by elite. Holy cow might start to look like a pretty good substitute for what you'd really like to say.

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This week in sports history

House Talk with Ray Trimble

01:07 min | 1 year ago

This week in sports history

"Will start off in nineteen seventeen were four teams of the National Hockey League the NHL play in the fledgling leagues first two games at the time of its inception the NHL was made up of five franchises the Canadians in the wonders both the Montreal Ottawa senators the Quebec Bulldogs and the Toronto arenas this week in nineteen thirty three the NFL start keeping official stats as the Chicago Bears beat the New York Giants twenty three twenty one in the championship game this week in nineteen fifty six Phil Rizzuto signs on as the New York Yankees radio and TV announcer he retired in nineteen ninety six he was famous for the use of this phrase holy cow this week in nineteen seventy two the Miami Dolphins become the first undefeated NFL team in the regular season going fourteen and they would then win all three postseason games including the Superbowl this week in nineteen eighty NBC broadcast the New York Jets twenty four seventeen win over the dolphins without any announcers it is never been attempted again although some game should have a lot less commentary and this week in twenty ten the miracle at the Meadowlands to

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thousand dollars four times a day with a thousand dollar pay off on Xtra sports thirteen hundred. Mcloughlin's working on a poll question. Hopefully, you'll have one this hour got a play of the day stat of the day coming up, by the way, our friends had Callaway created some Ryder Cup specific chrome, soft golf balls. And we're giving those way on our social media today. Also said of European golf balls USA golf balls to give away fans just need to reply with which team they think will win the Ryder Cup. And then we'll pick winners on Monday after the event wraps up. And we'll send out those golf ball. So really cool thing from our friends had Callaway Sunday night AFC north rivals clash in the steel city. It's the Steelers and the ravens football night in America. Seven eastern kickoff. Eighty twenty Sunday night only on NBC. All right, mclovin. What are you have? We're waiting for Trent Dilfer who will join us coming up. Okay. Can I start totally Adelaide field? And then we'll get to some real ones. Bob euchre's on in our three who is the most iconic baseball announcer of your lifetime. And I have a list. From Bleacher report that has at sixteen and decided to say seven names ahead of a Marty Brennaman. Jack bach. Phil Rizzuto Harry. Carey Harry callous, Ernie Harwell in Scotland VIN scully's number one on this list. The list is actually Scully one Harry callous to. And then Mel Allen is up there. But is Bob Yuka right in that list of the most iconic voices a baseball. No. I don't think he's an iconic voice because the brewers weren't very good. So you didn't hear his voice? He is a celebrity and his his best play by play. Or is most known play-by-play came in the movie major league, but he was in has been a celebrity for a long long time. So I don't think you think of Bob euchre as a baseball announcer, even though he's a great baseball announcer. You think have been Scully you think baseball announcer Mel Allen baseball announcer. Who's the most iconic of that group has been Scully? It has been or is Harry Carey sneak in because the oddness of all that he's a character. I don't I'd he wasn't a great broadcaster later in his life earlier in his life. He was Jack brickhouse. I mean, there's so many great ones Marty Brennaman. So hall of Famer Phil Rizzuto was a character. Yes. Yeah. That's to say how how much of this is just based on where you grew up because as soon as you say baseball announcer. The first person that comes to mind. Me is Phil Rizzuto. But I don't know that he would ever make that list. But that's growing up as a child and learning the game. That's who. I remember always hearing he's fourteen on this list. So he did make some back. Yeah. Yeah. Paulie? I would go Jack buck from the scope of how the reach of the cardinals back in the day on chemo ex. There were cardinal fans. All over the central United States, not just in Saint Louis. You can go to Arkansas all over the place. And even as a cub fan, I was respected Jack buck will you had Saint Louis you could pick up Campbell ex wwl w with the reds with Marty. Brennan at night, you could pick up a lot of these radio broadcast. And I think that that that's where you had this expansion where you became a cardinal fan, and you could have grown up in Tennessee or Braves, you know, when they had Ted Turner when he created TBS you were able to watch your your favorite team. You didn't have to be in that city. Yes, mclovin. One thing that changed things was you with sportscenter. You would highlight Harry Kallis calls calendar. I was so proud of the Philadelphia and to hear you say that so we got to know a little bit of the different voices through sports editor I will talk to Trento Peru will join us coming up a poll question. Mclovin. Woody. How do we get to Trent? Okay. We have Rams versus the field. And we have a Marconi related one that I can save we could start there who do you take Rams or the rest of the NFC as a favorite center four weeks after four day, look who's gonna get home-field over them. So someone's gonna have to go to L A and win in the playoffs. A factor in Garoppolo being out for the rest of the season. What that means for San Francisco they were supposed to be an aide. Maybe a nine win in Seattle might not be as good as advertised and Arizona is not that good. The Rams could end up with thirteen or fourteen wins the way there. They're built certainly the offense defense. I I got questions, but you got a lot of time to figure that out Trent Dilfer former NFL quarterback ESPN analyst, and of course, Super Bowl champ with the ravens kind enough to join us Trent good morning. Thanks for joining us. How are you? I'm doing great, Dan yourself. I'm doing all right. I don't know. How impressed I should be with the Rams I know that we do overreact. But I'm curious as a former quarterback who played at a high level and you look at Jared Goff. What is the difference now with Gough as opposed to two years ago or even last year? Well, I think it's any time. You're perfect blend of talented quarterback. Rape. Play caller skill people around, you know, a lot of pieces around you. You're going to see this progression of a quarterback. And then the confidence come out. I think that's the biggest thing is total command his whole cough coughing. So what he's doing? He's very very gifted player. It really bothers me when I hear people say Justice system guy, like they they met him is talent. He's a pure pure passer has been since he was seventeen years old. I got to coach bellied eleven tremendous field for the passing game play of armed talent you can threaten all areas of the field. He can throw throw guys open Lehrer versus. I mean, it's really not being he can't do with football. I think get cow leader. Now, the total command of the position because of protection schemes and now McVeigh and the protection plans they have in place and all the tools, they give him at the line of screen. Image. He can play the game on his terms. He can get to the place. He wants to get to e can get himself protected. They have a great running game, obviously. And I think what you're seeing is is the fullness of a guy when you put the right pieces around them. I I've been really impressed like everybody else has this year. But I was impressed last year for a second year guy that had a rough rookie year to build grow in the position and win a bunch of games and be highly productive. That's what you're looking for your quarterback. What would be your big concern with the Rams? Defense. Probably I mean, they're loaded personnel wise, but they play this. This has always been waiting deal that he plays a style of defense that when a team can attack the inside of the football field when they can get. They can get skilled players mashed up on linebackers. We're making get big plays against them that that defensive scheme has a tendency to get gashed, but I don't you know, they're gonna be playing from the lead. So with the lead so much and like you just mentioned before I came on their division is so poor. I don't have a whole lot of concerns for them in the regular season. It'll come down to playoff football. And if they're Oprah playoff while healthy, they are at the end of the year. And whether they can, you know, I think one thing you see at the Rams is. Yes, they will run the ball. Girly gets a lot of touches. They definitely wanna throw it down the field. Like what they want to do more than anything else is great chunk plays in the passing game. I think when you do get into playoff football. If you have to go on the road and play some more, bad weather. You gotta be stubborn with your running back. And are they willing to be stubborn was getting girly the ball in situations where they normally wanna throw how concerned would you be? If you're a Vikings fan today. I'd be concerned. But I'm definitely not an early season panic diety more the one thing I learned the last four or five years is of timber is still the preseason. You can you can lose it in September. But you can't win it. I don't think they've lost it yet. They're behind the eight ball little bit it would last night's loss. But teams are still learning in September. Now with the limited offseason practice with as little as starters playing the pre season we see this every year. And I've made the mistake of knee jerk reaction in September. You really can't teams are just starting to figure out who they are. I think are Tober is more telling than September. But I would not panic is a Viking fan. They're well coached. There are lots of good players. They've been there done that. I think they'll correct the things have gotten in trouble this point. I think they'll be a contender by the end. Now, I know that you've learned your lesson. You said over the last couple years, which leads me to the patriots the patriots after a one and to start if the patriots. Lose to the dolphins. Dot dot dot finished. Very concerned. But I would write them off. They don't look the same. But they are getting Attleboro back. They will grow offensively. I can see them trying to run the ball or bit. Moral bothered me. The other night was not able to convert on third and short. You know, there are one of the better third short teams league in the past. I think they'll fix those things with coach scar Nekia their offense Hawaiian coach. Again. They're the team you can never write off because they're all about development. They're all about how they are. Weak nine more than what they are a week two three four. So either history alone would be would make me say, I would still give them a very long leash. Even a fair to lose the dolphins. Talking to Trent Dilfer former NFL quarterback also contributes to the NFL networks Thursday night pregame show with the Soling science segments. If I said, you can have a quarterback for the next five years we have a draft coming up next hour, and you could you could you could pick any quarterback and you get him at his. Age, but you're getting for the next five years you have the number one overall pick and you would take ours. Oh, well hardest questions right now. I just doing this with Ryan russillo. The other day, I probably go with Wentz. And that's hard. I mean, there's there's seven eight good options. But I'd probably go with Wentz. Would you take Aaron Rodgers at age thirty four if you had him for the next five years? Probably not. And that was the one that probably not. 'cause age. I mean, he's obviously one of the greatest of all time. He does things that you know, literally, make your drought jaw drop every time you watch him play. But I again, this is one of the hardest questions at all football right now. And there's really no wrong answer with between seven eight nine guys. But I would probably go Carson Wentz. Explain what you're doing with the NFL NFL players association, the exclusive trading card partner.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The bottom line is you needed to put the ball in play he didn't do it otherwise you got a win right there and that's the end of it but the ultimate second guess so joe d is calling from staten island joe d or on the fan what's going on in that game they got a little unlucky also an excellent spoiled about synthetic fate the axes win the ballgame well you're talking about now what you're talking about the home run the one the game what are you talking x hit a double down the right field y bounced into the crowd well what are you gonna well that's a that's a ground rule double what are you gonna do what i'm saying is every thousand pounds tennis saints the yankees won that game the judge now if maybe doesn't really by an inch or two misjudge that game winning home run i got nothing bad to say about oh no no no i'm well listen and i'm looking at it right now again when all the tip of his glove as you know well of course but he did listen he'll admit that he did just a bit miss time the jump but when you're six eight and it goes off the tip of your glove you're right you don't have to really have any excuses whatsoever harissa problem i add what the aki bye they had a man on bass y'all betty you got a five in that situation this guy horrible this guy he's a rookie manager this guy is okay yeah but you don't call to give him any credit for leaving things be and of course this is the team that it's home runs in the last guy is you know joe to do any funding for the yankees was phil rizzuto the bottom line is i thought maybe he would lay down too but he didn't so maybe next time you'll see that i mean what are you going to say but the you have a problem with the yankees the should have other teams should have such problems as the yankees stupid yes it's the ultimate second guessing isn't that what we all do me to james is calling from the bronx james you're on the fan what's happening james how are you oh good james how about yourself i just have a quick point about the yankees okay sure i i would prefer to not trade anybody i don't want to picture on the yankees and if they were to do it i'd be willing to give up torres to get a real top of the line pitcher oh you don't wanna know know well torres is untouchable and why would you wanna give him up i would give him up for bumgarner i would well first of all bumgarner isn't gonna go anywhere and and and and i understand who listen who wouldn't want to have him he had when he came back i think he's had like four or five starts and when he came back he was awful the first two starts he did pitch tonight against colorado andy left apper six innings leading to to nothing the giants ended up losing that game but he pitched in his last three starts including tonight were very good but the giants are only two and a half games out of first and one and a half or two two and a half there in the neighborhood for being a wildcard also now they're not a very good baseball team they'll probably fade but madison bumgarner isn't going to be going anywhere it's not going to be available and and whether i mean probably i mean hap is going to be available but even for bumgarner listen tauruses is gonna be around for ten to fifteen years and he's an everyday position player yeah you would like to have bumgarner but the yankees will probably have to settle for a little bit less a pitcher they're going to get whether it's cole hamels whether how about that now know who had a great game i think it was saturday or sunday i think it was sunday and is something like eleven and four that's the guy he would like who is familiar with the american league east and familiar with boston and familiar with winning in twenty eighteen nncholas calling for massapequa nick you're on the fan what's going on hey how you doing man i'm a i'm a yankee jet fan which is sorta weird so i'd have perspective of rooting for a team that does everything they can to win for a team that's just a laughing stock now with regard.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"County betas and it's hard to tell but i'll tell you something right now yes is not dead wherever yankee uniform a uniform he's not that good of a pitcher period thank good and it's a nice game you got on second base nobody out in the seventh inning what is the reason costing one you by by one because maybe boone listen second guessing but maybe boone is thinking with one swing of the bad you have two runs and the lead save let's be honest with one another okay what the handpicked managed by cash should he didn't wanna sign giradi he let girardi coming when the view that say he was he was wedding go he couldn't twist your around so we got picked manage well listen you second guessing already with the bonding i mean yes but the bottom line is they didn't bond and they didn't get bay said which would have brought in the run and the bottom line is and joe de of course forgets how often or almost on a nightly basis calling to criticize girardi for what he didn't do when we know the result and what he should have done after the game is over and why didn't he bond this and that and the bottom line is the ultimate second gas i don't think too many yankee fans listen i may be wrong on this but donald too many yankee fans wanted to see the and and you have to remember that the yankees as jean historically dome but i think i think the last yankee to bond was phil rizzuto don is calling from westchester don you're on the fan was happening senors schmooze how are you tonight i believe you analogy was perfect and of course by the go ahead and well you don't you think that martin would straighten out as senator grain rally i don't know i don't think sunny great looks up whitson wits yeah the reason i called tonight i and i'm not gonna get into the garage thing but because i never happening he's not going to be traded to any team i don't think so now but the thing the thing that bothered me today i happened to be off and i was listening to various sports talk young.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WLAC

"Well as long as you're not playing on stage in the rain in a number of musicians have checked out that way right they suddenly you're playing in the rain may grab a microphone they grab live mike and they check out real quick it's a horrible way to go yeah no i've made a way past twenty seven i'm i'm in late forties now so i've i've already crossed that threshold i guess i'll never be a real rockstar but no i really do remember that it was it was it was it was kind of a dramatic you know experience and so always remember that is like lightning was gonna come down and just strike me not not destroy me but just like exemplified that power or something all right well just take cover take cover remember that thanks for the call rick of phil phil rizzuto who played shortstop with the new york yankees and then later he used to do color commentary during the yankee telecasts he was a remarkable storyteller and he was paranoid of being struck by lightning when he was out in the field playing baseball and of course the storm clouds would roll in and he would get very nervous he'd run off the field in like in the middle of an inning if you heard you know the crack of thunder the other thing that he used to do was i had to laugh when he when he said this he would take his chewing gum and and you know on the top of your baseball cap sometimes at least in the early days they'd have a little metal button or dome and he was afraid that that was going to attract the lightning so he would take his chewing gum and he would stick it on top of that little metal button on the top of his baseball cap it's not rock and roll but it's a it's a good story nonetheless all right let's say hi to let's see let's go east of the rockies joe is an long island joe welcome to coast to coast good morning redshirt content you know continuing on the same one of the things i have really two basis to cover one was with the idea that some of these people i wonder if it's really showmanship it's an ad jimi hendrix would burn his qatar which i thought was waste you know those great guitars let's paul maybe even and.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well as long as you're not playing on stage in the rain you know a number of musicians have checked out that way right they suddenly they're playing in the rain and they grab a microphone they grab live mike and they they check out real quick it's a horrible way to go yeah no way past twenty but no i really do remember that it was it was it was it was it was a dramatic you know experience and so i'll always remember that it's like lightning was gonna come down and just strike me not not destroy me but you just like exemplify that power or something all right well just you know take cover take cover remember that thanks for the call rick of phil phil rizzuto who played shortstop with the new york yankees and then later he used to do color commentary during the yankee telecasts he was a remarkable storyteller and he was paranoid of being struck by lightning when he was out in the field playing baseball and of course the storm clouds would roll in and he would get very nervous run off the field in like in the middle of an inning if you heard you know the crack of thunder the other thing that he used to do was i had to laugh when he when he said this he would take his chewing gum and and you know on the top of your baseball cap sometimes at least in the early days they'd have a little metal button or dome and he was afraid that that was going to attract the lightning so he would take his chewing gum and he would stick it on top of that little metal button on the top of his baseball cap it's not rock and roll but it's a it's a good story nonetheless all right let's say hi to let's see let's go east of the rockies joe is unlawful island joe welcome to coast to coast good morning richer content you know continuing on the same one of the things i really two basis to cover one was with the idea that some of these people i wonder if it's really showmanship it's an ad jimi hendrix would barron his qatar which i thought was waist to.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Well as long as you're not playing on stage in the rain in a number of musicians have checked out that way right they suddenly they're playing in the rain and they grab a microphone they grab a live mike and they check out real quick to horrible way to go yeah no i've made a way past twenty seven i'm i'm in late forties now so i've i've i've already crossed that threshold i guess i'll never be a real rockstar but no i really do remember that it was it was it was it was it was kind of a dramatic you know experience and so i'll always remember that was like lightning was gonna come down and just strike me not not destroy me but just like exemplify that power or something all right well just take cover take cover remember that thanks for the call rick of phil phil rizzuto who played shortstop with the new york yankees and then later he used to do color commentary during the yankee telecasts he was a remarkable storyteller and he was paranoid of being struck by lightning when he was out in the field playing baseball and of course the storm clouds would roll in and he would get very nervous he'd run off the field in like in the middle of an inning if you heard you know the crack of thunder the other thing that he used to do was i had to laugh when he when he said this he would take his chewing gum and and you know on the top of your baseball cap sometimes at least in the early days they'd have a little metal button or dome and he was afraid that that was going to attract the lightning so he would take his chewing gum and he would stick it on top of that little metal button on the top of his baseball cap it's not rock and roll but it's a it's a good story nonetheless all right let's say hi to let's see let's go east of the rockies joe is unloading island joe welcome to coast to coast good morning richer content you know continuing on.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Well as long as you're not playing on stage in the rain you know a number of musicians have checked out that way right they suddenly you're playing in the rain and they grab a microphone they grab a live mike and they they check out real quick it's a horrible way to go yeah i know i've made a way past twenty seven and i'm in late forties now so i've i've i've already crossed that threshold i guess i'll never be a real rockstar but no i really do remember that it was it was it was it was still as a talbot dramatic you know experience and so i'll always remember that it's like lightning was going to come down and just strike me not not destroy me but teachers like exemplify the power there's something all right well just you know take cover take cover remember that thanks for the call rick of phil phil rizzuto who played shortstop with the new york yankees and then later he used to do color commentary during the yankee telecasts he was a remarkable storyteller and he was paranoid of being struck by lightning when he was out in the field playing baseball and of course the storm clouds would roll in and he would get very nervous he'd run off the field in like in the middle of an inning if you heard the crack of thunder the other thing that he used to do was i had laugh when he when he said this he would take his chewing gum and and you know on the top of your baseball cap sometimes it at least in the early days they'd have a little metal butner dome and he was afraid that that was going to attract the lightning so he would take his chewing gum and he would stick it on top of that little metal button on the top of his baseball cap it's not rock and roll but it's a it's a good story nonetheless all right let's say hi to let's see let's go east of the rockies joe is in long island joe welcome to coast to coast good morning redshirt content you know continuing on.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Phil rizzuto and when we lived in los angeles it was vin scully but really as a small child i remember vin scully's voice all the time i mean it was it was a narrative in my house and yet i never played baseball i always played football i was i was a big time football guy but i was way too small you know i didn't you know get to my heightened until i was like eighteen years old and then i started playing these wreck leagues and i was tearing it up but at that point it was already i'd already had my come and gone you know but but when my father passed you know it was just something something about baseball just woke up in me and and i became obsessed with it and and i you know maybe an and i think it was i like to think that it was because i listened to it and i i kinda regretted that i never had the chance to spend time with him talking baseball or playing baseball because he was he was such a fan of the game you know i can relate i've said before when i was young we didn't have a ton but and my dad worked as azoff to sometimes just to keep the lights on but there were certain saturdays when he would take me over the mountain to see virginia tech play football and it will football at that time it was one and nine two and eight oh and ten every single year but it was time with my dad and it was his attention and it was me feeling his love and hoping he felt mine and to this day nowhere on earth do i feel closer to my dad then lane stadium in blacksburg virginia it's kinda weird.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Group of guys in ball it it it really was it was a pure catharsis and the thing is growing up my father loved baseball i mean i grew up listening to when we were living in new york it was what's his name new phil rizzuto and when we lived in los angeles vin scully but really as a small child i remember been scully's voice all the time i mean it was a it was a narrative in my house and yet i never played baseball i always played football i was i was a big time football guy but i was way too small you know i didn't you know get to my height until i was eighteen years old and then i started playing in these rec leagues and i was tearing it up but at that point it was already i'd already had my come and gone you know but but when my father passed you know it was just something something about baseball it's just woke up in me and and i became obsessed with it and and i you know maybe an and i think it was i i like to think that it was because i listen to it and i i kinda regretted that i never had the chance to spend time with him talking baseball or playing baseball because he was he was such a fan of the game you know i can relate i've said before when i was young we didn't have a time but yeah and my dad worked as azoff to sometimes just to keep the lights on but there were certain saturdays when he would take me over the mountain to see virginia tech play football eat football at that time it was one of nine two and eight zero and ten every single year but it was time with my dad and it was his attention and it was me feeling his love and hoping he felt mine and to this day nowhere on earth do i feel closer to my dad in lane stadium in blacksburg virginia it's kinda weird it's true and i'll tell you tell you true after my father died i had a friend who had tickets at dodgers stadium i moved back out here from new york and i was just trying to recuperate and doing this baseball thing and you know i would wear my father's college ring went to georgetown.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"You know here and there but so i had to walk away so that was go rico moment you know it's well the the interesting part about that story to me too is sport as a scape you father and you know you have some that you needed something to lean on you needed something to emotionally buoy you and you found it true group of guys in ball it it it really was it was pure catharsis and the thing is growing up my father loved baseball i mean i grew up listening to will when we were living in new york it was what's his name new phil rizzuto and when we lived in los angeles it was vin scully but really as a small child i remember vin scully's voice all the time i mean it was it was a narrative in my house and yet i never played baseball i always played football i was i was a big time football guy but i was way too small you know i didn't you know get to my hype until i was like eighteen years old and then i started playing these wreck leagues and i was tearing it up but at that point it was already had already had my come and gone you know but but when my father passed you know it was just something something about baseball just woke up in me and and i became obsessed with it and and i you know maybe an and i think it was i like to think that it was because i listened to it and i i kinda regretted that i never had the chance to spend time with him talking baseball playing baseball because he was he was such a fan of the game you know i can relate of said before when i was young we didn't have a ton but yep and my dad worked as azoff to sometimes just keep the lights on but there were certain saturdays when he would take me over the mountain to see virginia tech play football and it will football time it was one nine two eight oh and ten every single year but it was tough.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It would be a tolerable i hated the yankees grownup jordan was rooting for the yankees to win today absolutely not but the fact that they did is what am i gonna talk to throw cold water on what stanton did today tell you that severino was simply lucky today you know toronto got in everybody was out last night they got into four o'clock in the morning that's why the blue jays play the way that they did today now the yankees were dominant in every phase of the game tonight so you gotta say it and i did but what why i'm telling you this is because i'm talking about the broadcast team and again i find them insufferable and if if i was hitting the yankees as much as i did when i was growing up i always hate in the yankees when phil rizzuto who i couldn't stand when i was a kid phil rizzuto and frank messer and bill white and the guy that i like the best adults three guys as a mets fan was the white because bill white seemed to be the most objective messer was always a homer resute you know besides one on his own you know this is all cash register with you know the mentions of this bakery and this delicatessen and he saw this guy here and you know it could be argued full resume was the first one who was involved in paola on the radio what all the cannolis that he mentioned and this and that you know the bread is the best over i bet your resume oh back in that case was making deals but my point is this as much as i hated the yankees back then as much as i hated that yankees broadcast the team back then they were i found them twenty times or one hundred million times more palatable than the current yankees on szabo on both radio and television again i find them insufferable but it sterling who had the most nonsensical absurd and stupid call on stanton's home runs today why his name is john carlos stanton carlo is mostly a name that has the two italians and but you get some latinos that also have the name giancarlo so john you gotta go back to the drawing board and try to come up with something different something novel something original something unique because what you said today in.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WJR 760

"Twenty years and a university of michigan and penn state educational do for ya working in major museums across the country as a young person and that evaluating twenty thousand objects a year so if you if you know if i haven't seen it it probably doesn't exist are there bring in items that they found maybe they picked up in a garage sale feels valuable and then they begin to which lie restore it themselves out people do that yet warn people do that they pick up the paint can and they think that they'll do it better by painting it or clutch oh yet that happens while the that's not advisable is it's no i usually say if you're not picotto dealt repaint that not in a exactly but you have suggested i think over the years they grabs him at least white vinegar maybe that would help oh i do say that you would like to queen something but you don't wanna be overzealous in cleaning and you also want to remember that you know if you don't if your concern your thing i don't really know what to do call your local museum get a reference for a local conservator or a local restore and even posted a picture there of you hold in how many a little or plastic gloves do you go through like you i should say the aachen though you're absolutely right i do go through a lot of them because they do a lot of events yes not like you're a surgeon or a doctor but you to produce a doctor by an act that that's true too but a medical doctor for example i entered this just to ensure that you're not in any way shape or form harming the antique that's brought into you like this somebody brought into you and and i don't know how your into sports or not but a yogi berra old time baseball card one big new york yankees fan and have been for many years everton my father played for the yankees so yes i am a big port and so yes um those pieces a yogi berra um baseball card would not faze me i would know what that is your father played for the yankees you did lefthanded relief pitcher and he's roommate was a gentleman you might noname phil rizzuto yes yeah he probably die think shortstop for the yankees for quite some tearing right uh i n.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's a horrifying book although it is shot through with real pingpong dialogue in these theological exchanges almost feels like something out of our catholic minded screwball comedy would have god was good invent something plainly speaking it's allows lousy ideas not popular thought has a winner you go mining god who should i blamed phil rizzuto who wouldn't want to live forever that you you get bored hobbies but at the end of the block kindermann his soul harrowed all faith in humanity destroyed those into a coffee shop with his partner he has an argument with the counter man who's a roth kind of fellow sits down in a booth turns was partner and delivers a blistering monologue about the absence of god and how a world where this kind of evil can happen meanwhile in the background unnoticed by kindermann or partner he speaking to a homeless man has come into the diner and the countermand chases an out angrily but before he throws them out the door he handsome a sack of hamburgers because the man's hungry it's a simple act of human kindness unnoticed by any of the main characters but blatty felt that that was his evidence for the existence of god the blatty satan is the clothes fist while god was the open hand gravy hendricks author of paperbacks from hell remembering william peter blatty lety died earlier this year from a form of blood cancer he was eighty nine this is npr news starting december twenty seven things are heating up for a planet that orbits the brightest star in ares the ram the sars expanding to become a giant so it's pumping more energy into space that will make temperatures extremely uncomfortable on the planet the star is hummel it's high in the south in early evening almost directly above the moon amal is at the end of its life it's converted the original hydrogen fuel in its core to helium now it's getting ready to fuse the helium to make other elements that's making the core hotter which in turn has caused the.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"Nine hundred and ninety nine out of a thousand americans would say forty or less i've nnp folks i'm always candid with you i was even surprised by the actual number you know what the number is ninety five percent lee yeah oh lee phil rizzuto lay member phil rizzuto for the yankees i grew up watching wpix in the yankees holy cow my grandmother grew up with phil rizzuto and glendale little to ninety five percent twenty out of one hundred earners taxpayers pay ninety five percent of the federal income load dan why am i telling you this because folks unlike the left that will lie to you this tax rate cut will benefit the middle class the research on the corporate tax cut and how that money filters down ju employees in the company is conclusive now the degree of it is up in the are you going to get a thousand dollar raise a four thousand dollar raises the as the administration's stated over ten years honestly folks i'm not sure i've looked at the research and i'll bet it somewhere in there could be two thousand if it's four thousand great i tend to be a little more cautious in my analysis and i'm very skeptical the khanna metrics i think you're raises probably going to be on average closer to 1500 a two thousand here's the bottom line needs a raise tissue the corporate tax cuts will benefit you because the money has to go somewhere it doesn't get burned her evaporated if filters into productivity which helps your wages but.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Minute at one hogan plots well wait a minute lease tell me that you did mess with the plow the oldest one you didn't try and serve him any any additional go quite pay anything like that whatever a mess the rest of all along with him now because all of you fairweather friends out there all of you who been so negative about the yankees all of you who said oh houston astros best hitting team in baseball is no way you can overcome the two nothing playoff lead they left huge in with as he came back to the house said a roy and cheeto build the new yank way way way way you said what i heard gene about what was the other part of a reut you know me loyd it up what wailua any ride era ishwardi oh okay okay last night seven taming rights not looking good for the anc down to the final 9 out site four i not yes and then it's judge time as he knocks one out at a park career the rape kits yes that was magnificent and as you know with aaron judge kelly the strike out swinging or working or then hit the big proper audited but will we'll take those odds right els a good odds when the yawkey an absolutely but ted only made it four one and as you went into the bottom the eighth guess he's up again each judge time this time he just mrs hitting a proper oudda the park here's the two out of that is oh god let's try scorers he's a come back gore you don't judge sterling oftentimes reminds me of when phil rizzuto you should be in the broadcasting both for the yankees and sometimes in in feel fly rule would be call by the umpire in phil rizzuto would act like oh it's it's coded scourge is caught in the indian peel what have you been in the infield in the extreme short part of the outfield but now that was off the wall that was a double and then all of a sudden the shoe nami the avalanche came sanchez to catch here who was not behind the plate yesterday because he's had some defensive difficulties of lay was the designated hitter he hadn't been hitting but oh man did he come through in the pinch now the ryan and giles's set.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Financial group my name is doug harding and happy seventy th birthday to meet wealth and we got a really fun fact about this song which a lot of people on out on the baseball announcer in this song it's called paradise by the jazz light is former new york yankees shortstop phil rizzuto he was announcer for the eggs for a long time and meat lovers a huge fan of the yankees so we made sure to get reserve to do the baseball pardons hardest is believe even someone a meatloaf needs to know about required minimum distributions because he had a lot of financial problems in his career we could talk all about that in the upcoming segments red well we'll just lived to arm de so doing what our armed these in what should retirees nearing seventy years old know about him meat loaf is going to be seventy laugh i know can you believe it well okay well armed easy yeah and i tell you what i i actually doing it i i do seminars and workshops at the bomber county public libraries various libraries around the beltway here and one of the things we talk about a social security maximisation and required minimum distributions and how they affect one another and the rules for armed these is almost everybody i talked to they know they have to do something at seventy but they're not really sure what it is you know they have to do something with their retirement accounts but they're not one hundred percent sure on what it is so the first first off is they're called required minimum distributions this is an irs rule it's not your company ruled does it matter who.

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"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"phil rizzuto" Discussed on WCHS

"Get a hot and have confidence right well yeah if you missed too many you lose your job well the next guy how do you feel feared the head coaches the kicking coach and you're missing funeral he he was one for one against breeding techniques we've talked about extra points one for one from vehicles eike missed the first woman got the the mulligan i think that's the be okay as well well i dunno take it up with head coach took it up with the with the ball coach is this game again out of hand was a fifty six thirteen but still just like these games gift guys in the second half the sort of of the law it has things that complain about his is giving you a lot of things to to see defensively that alkassam problem so i can assure you read you can chime in on this give you'll be in a meeting room getting these guys right trying to get him lined up because there's still a lot of plays at east carolina is making a in the defence of backfield order finding holes in and just hit no soft spots will you just saw one right there at last play the guy was wide open there's another open receiver that's going to go for seven them and k i think he i think you're going to face two different base tomorrow in the film room offense go be declares go look a little different different than the defence of growth all right us good who for game live with stick around because of post game coverage is coming up so for read rashid bread year it's back kelly at the controls i am hoppy kercheval i wanna turn things over the fred person you're leaving early i believe that the end of three unlike paul warning in the old notredame you're like will greer we're getting a starter out of the game like like phil rizzuto got to get across the brooklyn bridge her before the king's over yankee stadium.

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