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"posey" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:58 min | 5 d ago

"posey" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"That lifestyle and then we ask some really simple questions. What has to change in your business. If it's going to be the business that you want so we we lay out. What does that vision for. That ultimate business. Which money does it make. What which time freedom do you have. Riles at working. Who are you serving And then we get into okay. What's to change what what has to be different and those become the projects that need to get done in the business. Those changes are simply projects. Now that the caveat here the wrinkle if you will is that we put all of this on one sheet of paper and we don't allow we don't let them change fonts so that that vision all of their goals for the year. All of the projects are going to get done for the year. The ways they're going to stay focused and even their core values all have to fit on one sheet of paper. We have a template that we force them to you. And i and i love that i especially love that you go. The fought can't change. Because i can imagine some people regard laura. I think i can get this done. But i need a one funt exactly lack of all the time. This isn't gonna work. Yeah people ask all the time kind. Make that eight point. No no you can't and it's that that wants you to paper is critically important. Because the one of the reasons that people don't get where they wanna go and entrepreneurs especially because most of us have really bad bright shiny object syndrome. The the challenges that try to do too much at once. We get excited. We start a lot of things. We don't finish a lot of those things so by forcing people to only put what will fit on one sheet of paper we force them to decide bro and for the linguists out there that the root of the word decide means to cut out or cut way and so they have to cut out or cut away all of the things that aren't absolutely necessary to change in the business to get where they wanna go and that deciding in that focus is part of what ramps up their results so quickly because everything they're doing is contributing to the bottom line in the business. Well at i. And i like that line towards that and you work with a lot of five in early six-figure entrepreneurs i know that you love and i tend to do my private work with high six and seven and it's kind of a continuation of what you're doing because one of the questions i ask is what's the ten percent that really matters and that that you should be doing it doesn't mean the other isn't important but it's not important for you to do if you want to build a business and what i love about what you do. Is you teaching people right from the beginning is this is getting down to what matters because i..

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"posey" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

03:10 min | 5 d ago

"posey" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Her simple strategic plan is used by over three thousand companies and she is the creator of the plan to win program my guest today. Laura posey laura welcome to the show. Thanks for having me jay. Great to be here while. I don't even know how long we've known each other. Let's say at least twelve lifetimes and a number of years in this one. But i'm curious what what brought you on the entrepreneurial path because you only work with entrepreneurs like me and you love entrepreneurship like i do. But what got you here. Well i was working in corporate america like so many of us and i was working as a sales manager and If you know anything about sales people we like commission and we like unlimited income and the company. I was working for big fortune. One hundred company decided that they were going to cap our income. No matter how much we sold. And i said gonna go by i have skills will travel right. Yeah and so. I started a sales training company. Because sales training was what i knew how to do and i was going out and doing corporate sales training and realize you know what even though i'm on the consulting side and the training side i'm still in corporate america and i hate it and so i started talking to some people locally who were business owners and helping them in realize that you know what these are my people. This is my tried. These are the only folks i wanna work with. And so i. That's all done since then. I love it and so now you work with entrepreneurs you wanna grow their companies. We're going to tell you more about plan to win. What a great program but right now. Let's just jump in and talk about what are the elements that you found that you simplify things and i'm an essential is so i i love. Let's get rid of all the stuff we don't need to do because that's what's keeping you from being successful. How do you start with someone if they're your client and yet is pretend as you're listening today that lars client. You're just getting copped into recession here. How do you start helping someone. Simplify yeah so the first thing we with is really understanding. What kind of lifestyle. They wanna leave right. So what is the stuff that they wanna be the that they wanna do that they wanna have and that includes their legacy and giving back during their lifetime and so we help them get really clear on what kind of life they want to lead so that they can then build a business. That's gonna satisfy that because they see an awful lot of times Particularly on the time side of things that entrepreneurs bill businesses that don't give them the time freedom to go do the things that they wanna do. They make a lot of money. They just don't have any time to spend it right in time to enjoy it and so we get clear on the difficulty in relationships a lot of times relationships fall absolutely so we could clear on all of that and then we go look at. Okay what does the business need to look like in order to deliver.

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Masterful Webb pitches Giants past Dodgers in playoff opener

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Masterful Webb pitches Giants past Dodgers in playoff opener

"Login web dominated the Dodgers lineup pitching seven two thirds scoreless innings as the giants win game one of the National League division series for nothing weather allowed only five hits and had ten strikeouts to pick up the win in the first inning buster Posey hit an opposite field two run Homer Kris Bryant added a solo Homer in the seventh and Brandon Crawford homered to deep right center in the eighth Walker Buehler took the loss he allowed six hits and three runs in six and a third innings pitched Riley on San Francisco

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Biden pushes plans as key to keep US from 'losing our edge'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden pushes plans as key to keep US from 'losing our edge'

"With his building and social spending plans in trouble on Capitol Hill president Biden has ventured outside Washington to sell them as key for America's future success at a union training center in Michigan the president noted a lot of noise in Washington and I'm here today to try to set something straight if I can saying be ambitious multi trillion dollar plans are vital for a nation at risk of losing its edge on the global stage these are the kinds of investments to get America back in the game and it made arguments here over the cost he says tax hikes on the wealthy and corporations will pay for it those who backed the plans will help create are rising America to Posey's investors is to be complicit in America's decline Sager make ani Washington

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National League West Division, Giants And Padres discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

National League West Division, Giants And Padres discussed on AP News Radio

"It took until the final game of the season but the giants beat the Padres eleven of four to clinch the National League west division title this is giants catcher buster Posey who had two hits and three RBIs saying about one hundred seven games using the last ten days or so at least of the season makes it all the more special to play as well as the one hundred seven wins in the regular season are a new franchise record for the giants dating back to eighteen eighty three it's also the ninth division title and first since twenty twelve login

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Wade, Giants beat D-backs in 9th, hold 2-game NL West edge

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Wade, Giants beat D-backs in 9th, hold 2-game NL West edge

"The giants completed the sweep of the struggling Diamondbacks and reduced their magic number to two after they beat Arizona five to four in the last of the ninth month away junior hit the game winning RBI single with the bases loaded in the special in our own first time doing it at all the sell good to do I mean any time you can how contributed a team when it gets instance I mean I mean I guess it makes it a lot better better feeling not to get into outside this is pretty cool buster Posey with a double and two runs driven in and Brandon Crawford his twenty fourth home run for Arizona Madison Bumgarner pitched in San Francisco for the first time against the giants with fans in the stands he went five innings giving up eight hits and four runs the D. backs are nine and thirty one in one run games Riley on San Francisco

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Bryant, Posey lead Giants to 8-5 win over fading Friars

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Bryant, Posey lead Giants to 8-5 win over fading Friars

"Buster Posey had four hits and scored three runs leading the San Francisco Giants to an eighty six win over the San Diego Padres San Francisco jumped out to an early lead in the first inning on Kris Bryant's bases clearing double off Padres starter Vince Velasquez the giants would go on to add two runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh inning building an eight to one lead then held off the Padres comeback attempt to secure their ninety ninth win of the season the giants catcher feels they played well all year as a team I don't think you get to this point this season and have won as many games we have without you know collectively played really well Fernando to teach junior went two for five hitting his National League leading fortieth home run of the season for the Padres with the win the giants increase their National League west lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers to two games Philip gone San Diego

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Buster Posey's 18th Homer Helps Giants to Ninth Straight Win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Buster Posey's 18th Homer Helps Giants to Ninth Straight Win

"The red hot giants continue to roll winning their ninth straight game as they beat the Padres six to one coinciding with the win streak San Francisco scored six or more runs in each of its last nine games this is giants catcher buster Posey sense of side of things and being able to play two different positions throughout the game it's definitely a collective effort when you're able to to route a lost nine in a row Posey homered while Darren Roth and Brandon belt each with RBI doubles Anthony DeSclafani had not won a game since August thirteenth and he pitched six and two thirds strong innings allowed one run on three hits to earn the victory the Padres are struggling having lost five in a row and game behind St Louis for the second wild card spot Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco

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Estrada, Gausman Lead Giants Past Rockies, 10-5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Estrada, Gausman Lead Giants Past Rockies, 10-5

"Despite getting to town at one thirty AM after playing the previous night San Francisco woke up and belted four homers in a ten to five victory two of those long balls came off the bat of tyro Estrada manager Gabe Kapler both of them were were were crushing probably home runs in any ballpark including ours and obviously it's always nice to know for sure your course the other two home runs were solo shots from Derren rough and buster Posey both in the first inning off Colorado starter and loser Kyle Friedland Kevin Gusman went seven strong innings to get the win for a giants team that remains one game ahead of the Dodgers in the tight end L. west race Bruce Morton Denver

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Dodgers Beat Giants 6-1, Move Into Tie for First in NL West

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Dodgers Beat Giants 6-1, Move Into Tie for First in NL West

"The Dodgers jumped out to a three nothing lead in the first inning and go on to win it six to one Julio Rayos pitched five and two thirds innings giving up eight hits but only one run striking out eight for the win Trey Turner and Corey Seager with home runs and AJ Pollock with an RBI double the win puts the Dodgers tied with the giants atop the National League west with both teams eighty six wins and fifteen losses the giants didn't have a starting pitcher so they used eight relievers out of the bullpen buster Posey had three hits including a run scoring double Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco

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Webb Wins Again As La Stella, Yaz Power Giants Past Braves

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Webb Wins Again As La Stella, Yaz Power Giants Past Braves

"The giants blanked the Braves five nothing is Logan Webb threw seven strong innings to win his seventh consecutive decision web was dominant in his thirteenth consecutive start in which he is not allowed more than two runs he gave up five hits with one walk and six strikeouts Webb says catcher buster Posey helped him get out of a first and third jam in the sixth inning it was almost like he he told me to pretend like there was nobody on third base and just kind of go with how the ending was going to I'm gonna try to get a ground ball or a pop up timeless stellen Mikey Stransky each homered and drove in two runs in San Francisco sixth win in seven games Atlanta's lead in the NL east is down to four and a half games over the Phillies the giants pasty in a west by two and a half games over the Dodgers I'm the ferry

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Soler's Homer, Pederson's Catch Lift Braves Over Giants 6-5

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Soler's Homer, Pederson's Catch Lift Braves Over Giants 6-5

"The Braves won a match up of the NL division leaders as Jorge Soler hit a go ahead three run Homer in the seventh inning of their six five downing of the giants John Peterson made a leaping catch at the wall for the final out after Wilmer Flores led off the ninth with a Homer to get San Francisco within Iran buster Posey hit a two run Homer in his return to the giants lineup and San Francisco lead for two before the Braves rallied with four runs in the seventh Adam devol also homered for the Braves who continue to lead the NL east by five and a half games over the Phillies the giants still top the west by two and a half games over the Dodgers I'm Dave Ferrie

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Giants Go Extras to Win 11-8 After Diamondbacks Rally

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Giants Go Extras to Win 11-8 After Diamondbacks Rally

"The giants blew a six run lead in the fifth inning but they came back to win it with three runs in the tenth to beat the Diamondbacks eleven eight buster Posey with an RBI double Steven Duggar a run scoring single and Donovan Solano with a safety squeeze San Francisco scored five times in the fifth highlighted by grand slam from Alex Dickerson everyone's important it's cliche but the you you gotta come on you got to win these games are going to be tough days like that were you know D. backs given credit they they never quit the entire game came all the way back and you know we had to battle the data's answered with a pair of two run homers by Josh Reddick and his dribble Cabrera Arizona got a two run double from Christian Walker tied at eight in the seventh inning the giants have the best record in baseball at sixty seven thirty nine while the Diamondbacks are a major league worst thirty three and seventy four I'm Riley on

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Bellinger's Blunder in 8th Helps Giants Top Dodgers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Bellinger's Blunder in 8th Helps Giants Top Dodgers 2-1

"In the opener of an important series between the first place giants in the second place Dodgers internationally west San Francisco beat LA two to one in the bottom of the eighth tied at one with two runners on Darren rough grounded out to second Max Muncy through first for one out but Cody Bellinger thought he could throw out buster Posey running to third base is there across the don was high and wide off the safety net and allowed Posey to score the winning run Tyler Rogers got the win in relief Jake McGee closed out the ninth for his twenty first save Riley on San Francisco

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Posey Comes Through in Return as Giants Defeat Dodgers 7-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Posey Comes Through in Return as Giants Defeat Dodgers 7-2

"In his first at bat off the injured list buster Posey hit a two run Homer and the giants went on to beat the Dodgers seven to two manager Gabe Kapler was impressed see a problem step up to the plate and and had a big problem for us is doubly impressive about it great at bats throughout the night San Francisco put up a four run seventh inning to break open a close ballgame Tiro Estrada having key two RBI double the Dodgers got first inning homers from Max Muncy Justin Turner off Kevin Gausman Gusman won only three innings but the bullpen put up six scoreless frames Arlene Garcia picked up the win mark Myers Los Angeles

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Gausman, Casali Power Giants to Sweep of Nationals

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Gausman, Casali Power Giants to Sweep of Nationals

"Kevin Gosselin worked six plus innings of one run ball and Kirkus Sally hit a three run homers the giants top the nationals three to one for a three game sweep Gaza struck out nine and held Washington to four hits as he lowered his ERA to one point seven three second only to Mets ace Jacob deGrom among all big league hurlers Sally went deep off Eric fading in the second inning while filling in for all star catcher buster Posey San Francisco heads into the all star break with the best record in the majors at fifty seven and thirty two quite a surprise for a team that wasn't expected to contend in the NL west I'm Dave very

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On This Day: Buster Posey Arrives Full Force at New York Giants

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

01:51 min | 3 months ago

On This Day: Buster Posey Arrives Full Force at New York Giants

"In Giants history, We're going to go back to a really cool moment in Giants history. 2010 1 Buster Posey was arriving full force just called up from the minors and the Giants going to turn that season around in July with a huge help. The rookie Buster Posey. So it's 77 10 were in Milwaukee. Miller Park taking on the Brewers Brewers are pitching a guy named Chris Narva Sin and Andres Torres greets him with a bomb is a good start Homers to start the game. Freddy Sanchez flies out and then Aubry half he hits a bomb. So it's two nothing Giants Pat Burrow with a base. It's they're seeing this guy and here he is recently called up from the minor leagues, Buster Posey. Here's Buster Posey, a long drive deep to left center got home run into the Milwaukee bullpen. Buster Posey makes enough for nothing game. Posey's fourth home run and the Giants with a four. Nothing first inning lead the Giants just opening it up to the stretch it to 7 to 1 in the fourth when Freddy Sanchez clears the bases with a three run triple ever since, still in the game, by the way, he walks Aubrey Huff and Pat Burrow to reload the bases. Finally, they give them the hook and bring in Chris Capuano. But he's got a face Buster Posey and Like I said, Guys, he was arriving here is a pitch, he swings and it's a high drive to right field. Corey Hart's going back on the warning track. He's at the wall gone. It's a grand slam for Posey, who's hit two home runs tonight, and now he's got his first big league Grand Slam. He hits this one to right field, clearing the bases. The Giants lead is 11 to 1. It was all happening. Just started to get hot. Buster Posey four for four career high six RBS Giants win 15 to 2 on July 7 2010 huge game for Buster Posey, and this has been Brian

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Chinese Defector Has Financial Records That Shows Public Officials Who Received Chinese Funding

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Chinese Defector Has Financial Records That Shows Public Officials Who Received Chinese Funding

"Businessmen and public officials. Let me emphasize that second point public officials who have received money from the Chinese government let me let me make you a promise right here right now. I don't care if those public officials are Republicans, Democrats, communists, conservatives, liberals, Green Party I don't care. If you're on this list, and this information is accurate. And this defector has you doubt is one of these people and it's deemed accurate then? Yeah, we're gonna exposure on the show. Don't care what party you claim to be from because you ain't from the party of America ain't is a word in that case. Posey has details of meetings government officials had with Chinese spies and members of Russia's spy team, The SVR. It could be pretty embarrassing for government officials the hell were they talking to those people for? Finally, he says. Listen to this one. The Chinese government gained access to a CIA communication system leading to the death of dozens of Chinese people who are working within the CIA working with the CIA. Excuse me. How did they get that if that's true? Are there people in our intelligence community that have been compromised? That's kind of an important question. You're probably saying, why aren't I hearing about that on the news? You're not hearing about it on the news because again a lot of these things that this defector is supposedly has a hold of it has been giving to our d I and been giving to our D I A again prove trump, right? So our province sycophantic acolyte s kissing media that loves the Democrats and doesn't give a damn about the country anymore. They won't tell you anything that may reflect positively on Donald Trump, even if it's information that could save us from another spy infiltration in the future.

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Pelosi Appoints William J. Walker as Next Sergeant-at-Arms

NPR News Now

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Pelosi Appoints William J. Walker as Next Sergeant-at-Arms

"Says she's tap the commanding general of the dc guard to be the houses. First african american sergeant in arms posey announcing today major general william walker will lead how security measures as congress continues to deal with the aftermath. The january six insurrection at the us capitol walker helped send troops to backup overwhelmed capital police who replaced paul irving who resigned after the incident. Cbc

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The Impact of Australian High Performance Computing in the Coming decade

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

05:01 min | 7 months ago

The Impact of Australian High Performance Computing in the Coming decade

"Joining us in the podcast. Today we have professor shawn smith that director of national computational infrastructure and see i and he's also a professor or computation of nanno matera science and technology at australian national university. Professor smith is also a fellow of the royal australian chemical institute a fellow american is association for the advancement of science a fellow of the institute of chemical engineers and he will be sharing with us the highlights of high performance computing at nci. Thank you professor for joining us in the podcast. Today i thought we kick off by taking a look at the evolution and development in australia. Research backed by high performance computing and data infrastructure which plays a pivotal role in national research. But also have wide ranging economic and social impacts. I'm so for example as you pointed out in your presentation at supercomputing asia Looking at the year two thousand twenty the events challenging for many with the pandemic but particularly so for australia with the bushfire which i thought i very salient. Examples of where policymakers and help provide as neat fayza reliable information to get a sense of what is yet to come to better manage the situation but beyond these examples is also cancer research. Physics et cetera. So for our listeners. Can you tell us more about you know audi australia. Research are backed. By high performance. Computing infrastructure have evolved over the decades. You certainly are one constructive way to approach that question. Jain may be. If if i summarize the way in which australia to tijuana one phones compute facilities have evolved over the past decade which gives a flavor of how that the sick to hebron australia has developed in the major demise signs that have been really key in driving it forwards so we have to tier one facilities in australia One is the australian at the australian national university campus. Here in canberra the other one is the posey supercomputing center in person west australia. So both of these centers were set up in their initial in the current model as it were nearly a decade ago and when nci was stood up in its current form. The australian national university has long long history of computing. But the carrots. Nci was put in place around about twenty eleven two thousand twelve and we build a new data center on campus and put in the previous supercomputing facility which was called ryan now when i was set up with financial input from the federal government. They then we're really looking for a degree of leverage of their investment And so the federal contributions to were helped to facilitate the standing up of the big facility and the big shane And the new data center per se and they contribute a certain amount of our national expenses. But i asked us dan to negotiate the larger part of operating expenses. With am i just stike holders. And in the case of nci. This was done by substantial collaboration with four major organizations. I was the australian national university. Which is our organizational host. It was the csi. Giovanni australia and the bureau of meteorology so the one university into three big government agencies collaborated in a way that allowed to build out and develop and the common thread across those three. Big agencies was really climate weather simulation and geospatial science earth sciences and so for example the the great majority of large-scale climate modeling research is done at nci. And it's done. In collaboration between the bureau of meteorology the csi and the university sector which has some substantial activity also in that mind so nci became if you will the collaborative sandpit that these organizations could actually work together on very large common data sets in degenerate very large data. It's through the simulation work and the the other component of that was with geoscience australia. They are the secretaries for the international agreements which bring labs scout satellite imaging data four alpine out of the globe down to australia and nci was tasked to work with Jason social strata. To figure out how to host is enormous data sets and make them there in available findable so forth and accessible and utilize -able

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"posey" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:07 min | 10 months ago

"posey" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Home of blackish weeknights at 7 P.m.. The weather outside is frightful. But the fire is so delightful since we've no place to go Let it snow Let it snow. Let it snow. It doesn't show signs of stopping on. I brought some corn for popping lights are turned down low. Let it snow Let it snow. Let it snow when we finally kiss Good night. I'll hate going out in the storm. But if you're really hold me tight all the way home of the one Bye is slowly dying on my dear. We're still good buying long as you love me, so let it snow. Let it snow let it snow. They love you said my fires, Posey going don't care about the role that the Wiz that boy He just says. Blessed are letters know that it's not. It's no legal time. My only worry when he's one He's got my side. I my friend low. He just says lettuce boy. Smart weather outside is frightful, but that fire is delightful since we've no place to go. Let it snow. Let it snow. Let it snow. It doesn't show signs of stopping and I've brought lots of gone from popping the lights way down low, So let it snow. Let it snow. Let it snow. That's no When we finally say good night. I'll hate going out in the storm, but if you'll only hold me tight all the way home I'll be warm fire is slowly dying. And my dear, we're still good bye. Long as you love me, so let it snow. Let it snow. Ground lies a mantle of wine I haven't done signed up through the night to heart, really in spite of chin weather. Mm hmm. Love knows no season. Love knows no club woman's Come blossom many old time here in the open walking, hoping.

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"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Kershaw goes after Posey knowing the history that he's got against pence. Fences on deck. Two outs. First bases open. No score. Last of the fourth wagon leads away from second. The pitch is high fastball. One unknown. It's not like Posey has great numbers against Kershaw. But Fences one for 27 against him. Posey isn't a whole lot better. Posey's first at bat, though tonight he got ahead of the count and then hit a hard line drive that was caught in centerfield. Here's the one known it is low with a fastball to atone way, Maybe getting our answer Those pitches. Neither was close to being a strike will know here to know Posey. These are the kinds of spots where Posey I mean, he'll take a walk if you're just out now gonna pitch around it, but he wants to be the guy. Well, see, it's too Kershaw holding. Here's the pitch and it's very high and it gets away from a J. Ellis, the catcher sports past his love on to the backstop you got on. Valen advances to third easily with no play. We'll see how they rule that that could be a passed ball thing. It has to be a passport. It is now they're gonna walk of intention. After seeing that they will issue intentional ball four. Posey Kershaw don't do that real well, either lobbed that one in there. Dance fans unhappy about it. Intentions were clear right from the start. Well, this is interesting. You mean you look at what happened what is happening in this game? The Dodgers of base runners all over the place Giants have not had a hit in the head here would give them the lead. Dodgers have drawn three walks and they've had four hits against Zito in each of the four innings the leadoff man has reached against the Dodgers have not scored. This is the first real chance for the Giants will see Hence at the plate. Kershaw holding pitches and a fast ball is hit foul off to the right out of plan. I think Pence. We're talking very, very small victories down, but I think he had a pretty good look at that pitch since we had both feet underneath them, and Meanies. He's taking the ball to right field. Whether it's awful left. You're right. He is when he's got a good swing going and he's got a good swing going. Five home runs, 15 batted in from Pence a big spot here, No score in the 4th 2 on two out, he swings and it's this one Fallon while he was late on that swing, and that hurt his hand. Trying to shake out is right in that one straight back with almost a emergency to strike kind of swing. Now it's two strikes. He could drive a semi between Hairston Quinto. Anto is not only playing deep, but he's playing them toe pull Bhutto had account of 02 with that kind of hole on the right side, just softly rolled one through. We'll see. Here's Kershaw's to strike pitch, and it's a high fastball swung on and missed it. He chased run up around his shoulders, So Kershaw just owns 100 pence. Pitches around posie and strikes out. I think hunter the whole of that was looking for the breaking ball. He was late on those fastballs. Kershaw stuck with the fastball and struck him out onto the fifth Giants and Dodgers. Nothing. Nothing homerun with Geico in just 15 minutes. You could save 15% or more on car insurance. Visit Geico dot com or call 1 809 47 Auto for your free rate quote. What a wild game even though the score is nothing, nothing. Giants Dodgers fifth inning Kershaw hitting against Barry Zito, back for the play by play Dwayne Piper and the pitch to Kershaw's a swing and a miss, and it's no balls and one strike. Fastball in on the hands of Clayton Kershaw. Zito. Three walks in a strike out in the pitch to Kershaw is outside for a ball, one ball and one strike. Zito is thrown 67 pitches. And he has been in and out of trouble in every inning. Here's the pitch. Her shot takes outside two.

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"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The Posey's for 15 Bravo Buster. I hope the Posey's will allow us fans the occasional update on the twins. They gives us another positive thing to think about in these crazy negative times for Oh, it says. Welcome to the family, you little giants and their names are Ada and Libby. Nice data and Libby Posey. There you go. Future little studs. There s Oh, there you go for a services buster for president. 2020. You know why I'm not a bad idea. But yeah, go ahead in a 31 says of super happy for buster in his family and that he's not retiring. I found myself unexpectedly near tears thinking he might retire. I wasn't your tears, but I have to admit I was getting a little uptight. I really was because I thought that's where this was going for a couple of minutes. That's where did you feel that Murph? That that was you? In that direct? Yeah, in like, you said, especially especially When he they said in these flanked by Farhaan endgame. I know I know. So if you missed it, this is what it sounded like Buster Posey about 1/2 hour ago getting on zoom and nobody knew what he was going to say. And he said this, so I know it's been mentioned miss several practices over the last week, and I want to address that. A week ago. Today, identical twin girls were born that my wife and I are adopting and Adoption actually became official yesterday afternoon. And my wife, myself and our other Children or just, um, overwhelmed with joy to welcome them to our family to love them unconditionally. Just you share life with the twins were born prematurely. Thank God they are doing really well, they're gonna have to be in the NICU for quite some time. After much discussion with my wife and doctors, a decision that I've wrestled with quite a bit since I knew that this adoption was on the table. I've decided to opt out of the 2020 baseball season. We show this is the best decision for these babies enter our family as well. And I haven't said that alternative. That's our game. Born on July 3rd in the official adoption was July 9th, and he says they want to love them unconditionally and share their life with them. I mean, I think Realtor talk now that you know Buster's fortunate to be in a position where it financially he could do this, you know, and that's that's a great for it wasn t earned this lot in life. You know what I mean? So for him on that question And also it's got to be easier that it's not really a season, right? No doubt All of these things are true. Yes, but here's his second cut here about making the decisions for the health of the babies. I'm making a decision to protect. Children. Are our Children. I think it was relatively easy. Aunt said that again. I'm going on. I'm rambling a little bit here. I completely understand that not playing baseball doesn't holy eliminate the risk of contracting the virus. Do you think it eliminates it to a certain degree one? The makes myself my wife more comfortable, then we would otherwise, um And really the the decision came down to I might have talked about it. You know, 45 days ago in the car team down down bones, you know, talking to different doctors. There is no solid answers, whether you know it the baby's contract the virus, will it affect them immediately will affect them in the long term. Unfortunately, just not data right now. This is so new. That we just don't have those answers and having said all that that's that's kind of like a a Russ. Synopses of of how I arrived at the this decision. Man. What a time we're living in. You know, like he said, they don't even really know, you know. So how babies could be affected by this or I know. I know any admits that this doesn't eliminate it. I mean, you can still get it. But It eliminates a large chunk of it. Well, sure, And I have to imagine two of you know, Murphy, I don't know if you're aware of this, but I'm not a doctor, but I have to imagine that the immune system of infants You've got to be really careful. You know, you've got to be really careful is and especially, you know, with the premature factor again. I think I would do the same thing. I think Buster's doing the right thing here. He's got to protect his family. That's got to be the first priority. He said as much and you know, even when we had Richie really on, you could kind of hear the weight like his view of this season. I mean, he said something like, what are they really gonna have a champion this year? You know, I mean, It's almost like it's such a oddity, and it's so weird. It's not like Buster's going to sacrifice a really MLB season. This is some kind of mutant, you know, mutated version if it even gets there, so Again, Buster. I got your back all the power to yet you're doing the right thing, all things on balance. It makes sense for sure. Ah, more buster from his zoom call. And if you just get in your car right now, Buster Posey opting out of the 2020 season because he and his wife just yesterday officially adopted. Twin baby girls who are in the EU and neonatal intensive care unit because they were born prematurely. They expected to be okay but they're going to be there for quite some time and given all the uncertainty in the strange and as he and his wife have made the decision to opt out Of the season. Here he is on a personal decision says he'd be playing ball. If not for this extraordinary circumstance 100%. It's an individual decision. I've spoken with different guys across the league. And you know, I think to be honest with you, You know, full disclosure. I think that if If these babies haven't been born right now, and we're premature, I probably be playing so again. It's Back to your question or point. I do think it's it's very much an individual decision because We're all trying to decipher information that's changing rapidly and You know that could be as baseball players were so used to the schedule..

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"posey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"posey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Seven out of ten Crawford Jose is not messing around good job that's been around which is just I want to make sure one hundred percent right judge Paul Crawford I he's from that area but he went to Michigan all four years I believe don't think you spent any time at Washington but I'm just going to double check to make sure we're all set right here go to Washington yeah he does only what the Michigan based from that area okay my mistake I now the lead okay seven out of ten Jose look at you thank you very much goodbye all right now it's not going to rebound after yesterday for the experts Mister mark Moses let's go to recall it hello and start eastern Illinois North Carolina eight he Brian Bryan Bulaga Wisconsin this James Posey James Posey Obama today James Posey Memphis all right let's see we go off the bat yeah Washington Leo Washington he went to Florida state Horace.

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09:34 min | 1 year ago

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"The team would could pick a designated shooter. The shooter and Back in the days of the lopsided basketball, he actually was a about sixty percent. Foul shooter, which is probably equivalent to a ninety percent, followed shooter today with a really round ball with militias on it, and He was Considered to be one of the best, if not the best. blackball lack professional basketball players and his prime against his consensus. Opinion of fellow basketball entrepreneurs in sports writers. At some point, we probably want to delve into this I. Guess You could call in quotes. The black fives era, but I guess this colored quote. Unquote colored basketball world. Championship. That's what it was called I'm just curious before we sort segue into the baseball and his If you will full-time conversion to baseball, I'm just wondering given especially his entrepreneurial and business. Interests I guess as a sportsman and as a sports businessman over time. Why perhaps there wasn't he and or generally more? I don't know codification or investment or focus, perhaps on perhaps building out basketball as much as their seats to be efforts to do so in. Baseball around. They're thinking I. Think in the end. Except for certain places like. Big Metropolitan Areas. New York City Chicago. There just wasn't enough money in it, not enough fans you also had. That's just is true today. L. in so so-called indoor sports, basketball and hockey up to find a place to play. Pretty easy, not I mean not totally easy, but it's fairly easy to find a ball field. or or a football, field or park that would accommodate both football and baseball season, but you gotta find a gymnasium. And that became that became a problem because it's the blacks couldn't play. Just anywhere, no Madison Square Garden for them. So finding a finding a venue was difficulty the The Wendy's had had had dibs on a good location for many years there in the mid twenties. They lost it not no fault of their own the It was a building Owned by the. Labor Council in Pittsburgh, the second floor was the ballroom, and of course you played basketball anywhere where you could play in an open space those days. So ended Labor Council sold the building and they lost their lost their. Basketball floor. It was it was difficult. And this is true White Pass of light basketball to you know, there were regional white leagues. You Know Twenties and thirties and they all. Pretty much all day out in the end. We think the NBA is rory onto the scene. In the forties, but it it. It was built upon. Financially unsustainable predecessors to at least. Planted the seed that there could be professional basketball league. So they're just the money. Just wasn't there if he was, they were losing money, and so a lot of the other teams and teams were folding, and he just he turned the basketball team into a local attraction by about nineteen twenty six, David. He would he would. Get, some of the better Pittsburgh Platt Bat black players, and in fact if we someplace that his some of his baseball players could make a little money and stay in shape in the offseason, but after that they were strictly. A local attraction. And a lot of obviously a lot of the early basketball days certainly tied to companies, corporations and You know sort of. Things to keep. You know the more athletically inclined. Occupied during the off hours, so to speak and but Again. That's very interesting, so why though and how perhaps does? Cumberland Posey sort of get into the baseball thing because it seems like he was kind of playing and door tinkering around if you will. On the baseball side as well around this time, and then makes the full leap to it if you will, I'm just curious that Jim a emanates. He became a player outfielder. Somebody professional team called home sold the homestead grays. In nineteen ten or nineteen eleven, and he was just a player but he was, he was pretty good. and The team was pretty popular, and they had this particular thing. It was a it was a part time thing. Everybody had a day job. And played. After work on weekends, weekends have when you really major money obviously. But the president of the organization and the manager feel manager player manager of the team were devout. Christians and they didn't want. The team to play on Sundays, which is fine, you make your money. So they were encouraged to step aside. I mean I. Don't think they were forced to sign. They just stepped aside. Because, the rest of the team wanted to be out there on Sundays. We'll posey became demand fuel manager the team. And it played on Sundays. It would they would sorta play anywhere. They would pile. They would get on streetcars. If it was really local, they would piled into a couple of touring cars and go a little farther. They started playing around Pittsburgh and they were very successful and expanded to western Pennsylvania and very successful, and they started to play western Pennsylvania. Eastern, Ohio West Virginia. Busy busy busy played mining homeless as many games in a season as a league schedule. and. They were make money they. They were a good team. They were you know they were different. I think let's let's face it Black teams. We're a little. Exotic maybe in some of these small towns, people would come to see him play particularly if they were good. So by night, the early nineteen twenties, he's got a real. Strong regional setup. They were they were much admired and much sought after it got to the point where he could. Demand you know the the usual attendance in? dollars split is for semi pro or was. Like sixty percent to the home team and forty percent of the visiting team. Because the home. Team's gotTa pay the Umpires they got up. Maintain the park and everything. Posey was known to demand. Seventy five percent of the gate to bring his gates his team to your town, but you would pay it happily because you have two or three times the people in the seats. As you would if you were playing usual opposition. So, there was money. Here's money to be made. He made it by. The mid twenty he had reached out to make black major league level players who are at odds with their team owners, or at loose ends, or whatever and signed him. He gradually replaced the local heroes including himself as left leftfielder. He put himself as a player, but he meant to do it. Because he just he was good, but he wasn't that good and he was clearly building. A He was building towards something. We don't know exactly what his goal was at any given time, but he was always moving up. He was building his team to be sent something better than it was. The year before the two years before the three years before. And by the mid twenties she's got some really good players and they're in. They're in great demand around. Around that tristate area, this sounds to me though that this would you're describing right now. Is this is obviously the semi pro? Not even sort of league basis speed almost feels like the proverbial barnstorming model. Yeah, it was it was by by then if you if you had a day job in the steel, mills or something like that. You could forget about playing on a graze. I mean they were always on the move they were they go here. They go there. They play. They play at home. or in the Pittsburgh area during the week and then Saturdays and Sundays. Way They'd go, they'd be in Cleveland. They'd be in Youngstown Ohio. They'd be in Charleston West Virginia. He'd be halfway across. Pennsylvania and No they were they bunched on. What are they playing playing? Other other pre Negro, league type teams where they playing white teams where they plan to some extent coastal. Why teams mostly why teams they were, they were, they would play lower level in in the spring, or there may by May. They'd be playing Lower Level Minor League team, Minor League, teams or Kinda warm ups for both for both sides. But it was all money..

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09:34 min | 1 year ago

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"The team would could pick a designated shooter. The shooter and Back in the days of the lopsided basketball, he actually was a about sixty percent. Foul shooter, which is probably equivalent to a ninety percent, followed shooter today with a really round ball with militias on it, and He was Considered to be one of the best, if not the best. blackball lack professional basketball players and his prime against his consensus. Opinion of fellow basketball entrepreneurs in sports writers. At some point, we probably want to delve into this I. Guess You could call in quotes. The black fives era, but I guess this colored quote. Unquote colored basketball world. Championship. That's what it was called I'm just curious before we sort segue into the baseball and his If you will full-time conversion to baseball, I'm just wondering given especially his entrepreneurial and business. Interests I guess as a sportsman and as a sports businessman over time. Why perhaps there wasn't he and or generally more? I don't know codification or investment or focus, perhaps on perhaps building out basketball as much as their seats to be efforts to do so in. Baseball around. They're thinking I. Think in the end. Except for certain places like. Big Metropolitan Areas. New York City Chicago. There just wasn't enough money in it, not enough fans you also had. That's just is true today. L. in so so-called indoor sports, basketball and hockey up to find a place to play. Pretty easy, not I mean not totally easy, but it's fairly easy to find a ball field. or or a football, field or park that would accommodate both football and baseball season, but you gotta find a gymnasium. And that became that became a problem because it's the blacks couldn't play. Just anywhere, no Madison Square Garden for them. So finding a finding a venue was difficulty the The Wendy's had had had dibs on a good location for many years there in the mid twenties. They lost it not no fault of their own the It was a building Owned by the. Labor Council in Pittsburgh, the second floor was the ballroom, and of course you played basketball anywhere where you could play in an open space those days. So ended Labor Council sold the building and they lost their lost their. Basketball floor. It was it was difficult. And this is true White Pass of light basketball to you know, there were regional white leagues. You Know Twenties and thirties and they all. Pretty much all day out in the end. We think the NBA is rory onto the scene. In the forties, but it it. It was built upon. Financially unsustainable predecessors to at least. Planted the seed that there could be professional basketball league. So they're just the money. Just wasn't there if he was, they were losing money, and so a lot of the other teams and teams were folding, and he just he turned the basketball team into a local attraction by about nineteen twenty six, David. He would he would. Get, some of the better Pittsburgh Platt Bat black players, and in fact if we someplace that his some of his baseball players could make a little money and stay in shape in the offseason, but after that they were strictly. A local attraction. And a lot of obviously a lot of the early basketball days certainly tied to companies, corporations and You know sort of. Things to keep. You know the more athletically inclined. Occupied during the off hours, so to speak and but Again. That's very interesting, so why though and how perhaps does? Cumberland Posey sort of get into the baseball thing because it seems like he was kind of playing and door tinkering around if you will. On the baseball side as well around this time, and then makes the full leap to it if you will, I'm just curious that Jim a emanates. He became a player outfielder. Somebody professional team called home sold the homestead grays. In nineteen ten or nineteen eleven, and he was just a player but he was, he was pretty good. and The team was pretty popular, and they had this particular thing. It was a it was a part time thing. Everybody had a day job. And played. After work on weekends, weekends have when you really major money obviously. But the president of the organization and the manager feel manager player manager of the team were devout. Christians and they didn't want. The team to play on Sundays, which is fine, you make your money. So they were encouraged to step aside. I mean I. Don't think they were forced to sign. They just stepped aside. Because, the rest of the team wanted to be out there on Sundays. We'll posey became demand fuel manager the team. And it played on Sundays. It would they would sorta play anywhere. They would pile. They would get on streetcars. If it was really local, they would piled into a couple of touring cars and go a little farther. They started playing around Pittsburgh and they were very successful and expanded to western Pennsylvania and very successful, and they started to play western Pennsylvania. Eastern, Ohio West Virginia. Busy busy busy played mining homeless as many games in a season as a league schedule. and. They were make money they. They were a good team. They were you know they were different. I think let's let's face it Black teams. We're a little. Exotic maybe in some of these small towns, people would come to see him play particularly if they were good. So by night, the early nineteen twenties, he's got a real. Strong regional setup. They were they were much admired and much sought after it got to the point where he could. Demand you know the the usual attendance in? dollars split is for semi pro or was. Like sixty percent to the home team and forty percent of the visiting team. Because the home. Team's gotTa pay the Umpires they got up. Maintain the park and everything. Posey was known to demand. Seventy five percent of the gate to bring his gates his team to your town, but you would pay it happily because you have two or three times the people in the seats. As you would if you were playing usual opposition. So, there was money. Here's money to be made. He made it by. The mid twenty he had reached out to make black major league level players who are at odds with their team owners, or at loose ends, or whatever and signed him. He gradually replaced the local heroes including himself as left leftfielder. He put himself as a player, but he meant to do it. Because he just he was good, but he wasn't that good and he was clearly building. A He was building towards something. We don't know exactly what his goal was at any given time, but he was always moving up. He was building his team to be sent something better than it was. The year before the two years before the three years before. And by the mid twenties she's got some really good players and they're in. They're in great demand around. Around that tristate area, this sounds to me though that this would you're describing right now. Is this is obviously the semi pro? Not even sort of league basis speed almost feels like the proverbial barnstorming model. Yeah, it was it was by by then if you if you had a day job in the steel, mills or something like that. You could forget about playing on a graze. I mean they were always on the move they were they go here. They go there. They play. They play at home. or in the Pittsburgh area during the week and then Saturdays and Sundays. Way They'd go, they'd be in Cleveland. They'd be in Youngstown Ohio. They'd be in Charleston West Virginia. He'd be halfway across. Pennsylvania and No they were they bunched on. What are they playing playing? Other other pre Negro, league type teams where they playing white teams where they plan to some extent coastal. Why teams mostly why teams they were, they were, they would play lower level in in the spring, or there may by May. They'd be playing Lower Level Minor League team, Minor League, teams or Kinda warm ups for both for both sides. But it was all money..

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06:34 min | 1 year ago

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"How does he? How does he get into your? Into your consciousness to given that you've been focused on the FM endless Manley story excuse me. He become your next target so to speak of interest. Well, he He was a contemporary the her episode Newark Eagles who are active in the League at the same time, the homestead grays. In fact they were by the. Mid Forties. We're probably the two best teams in the League. So, in following the Manley Story of course I learned about all these other owners, and some of them are interesting. Some of them are not so interesting. Posey was Kinda fascinating I actually started research in twenty years ago. And I came to the. At one point I wrote a paper on him for seminar and I. Says You know I really don't like this guy. So I stopped working on him, and of course that was very naive, of course. If if why? Why did you not leave? You think well he he was. He was a very. Domineering and somewhat abrasive. Character. Upfront and I, said man. This guy's. This guy is kind of SOB. Of course I came to realize if if no one wrote, biographies of people were Nice and what we know about Napoleon Genghis. Kahn or any you know, so. That's Kinda stupid. He was intrigued. He was very successful so I cranked it up again a few years ago. And Once you get by his. Utter self confidence and his. Fact he was not at all shy about criticizing people whom he disagreed with which is practically everybody at one time or another? He was an amazingly successful businessman he was. A baseball businessman, which and basketball businessman, which makes it even more interesting. and. He did a lot. For. Not only his African American community and homestead, which is a suburb of Pittsburgh? But nationally in in some ways. He did a lot of good things you just had to get. Over his personality as I said in the book. He was. Admired respected by his fellow, owners would probably never be loved, but he could've cared less. That was not he wasn't in it to be loved. He was to be successful and to and to bring along the black community behind him to the extent, he could influence parts of it. Well, and and obviously arguably and very posthumously. Lauded as a member of the Baseball Hall of fame in two thousand six arguably way later than perhaps he should have been, but okay, but you're hinting at. The the foundation of this. Journey into ball and. Business, orientation of such as well as being as a player, this was sort of in the basketball realm, and maybe a little bit of a background in that, because it seems to be kind of his passion in during his collegiate years. Is this basketball thing and I think also interestingly maybe the first time we've kind of stumbled into this sort of the. I wouldn't call it the Negro Leagues of Professional. Basketball but certainly the. The the the Negro League if you will equivalence of if you will semi or fully pro basketball, this black fives kind of scenario. which even seems even less formed than save some of the Negro Leagues and that's saying something. Very very much so He was an all sport athlete at homestead. High School. He was football, basketball and baseball and know he played professional basketball and baseball, and he played semi pro football. he. Basketball Black Basketball You know pretty much entirely segregated at the time. I mean they were no integrated teams, but Black and white baseball teams played each other black and white basketball teams least outside of whatever city you're in rarely competed against each other But Posey, I and other good black players. Saturday semi pro team. In Pittsburgh called the Monticello Monticello Athletic Association. and. They got good, and and there were probably a dozen high level. Black basketball teams between? The East Coast in Chicago say one good one in Chicago. And there was absolutely no leak, but they would start at two. They got done polishing off the local opposition, which they usually did very easily. They would challenge each other's. It'd be these challenges generally you try to play each other three times during the season that way someone would win at least two and there wouldn't be no question who wanted who won the series, but you play at least a couple of games, home and home series and the black sporting press which sort of. Coalesce around. Who was the consensus champion? It was based upon the fact that well. A. B. B. and B.. So therefore. A is the champion And pose each team which was. He, the Monticello they went through different iterations of sponsors, but finally. The Premier Black Ben. Social Club in Pittsburgh the La- Wendy Club of which Posey's father. had been the president at one time and was still a member. Prominent member sponsored the team. and. It'll Wendy's started playing around teams in New York, they played. Philadelphia and they would beat them. And worthy consensus black national champions the nation, basically as I said running from like New York City Chicago. They were consensus black chickens, five years running in the early and mid twenties. Posey himself played, he was a guard. High score usually a high score because in those days the rules allowed. If anyone were fouled and foul shots were awarded..

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06:34 min | 1 year ago

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"How does he? How does he get into your? Into your consciousness to given that you've been focused on the FM endless Manley story excuse me. He become your next target so to speak of interest. Well, he He was a contemporary the her episode Newark Eagles who are active in the League at the same time, the homestead grays. In fact they were by the. Mid Forties. We're probably the two best teams in the League. So, in following the Manley Story of course I learned about all these other owners, and some of them are interesting. Some of them are not so interesting. Posey was Kinda fascinating I actually started research in twenty years ago. And I came to the. At one point I wrote a paper on him for seminar and I. Says You know I really don't like this guy. So I stopped working on him, and of course that was very naive, of course. If if why? Why did you not leave? You think well he he was. He was a very. Domineering and somewhat abrasive. Character. Upfront and I, said man. This guy's. This guy is kind of SOB. Of course I came to realize if if no one wrote, biographies of people were Nice and what we know about Napoleon Genghis. Kahn or any you know, so. That's Kinda stupid. He was intrigued. He was very successful so I cranked it up again a few years ago. And Once you get by his. Utter self confidence and his. Fact he was not at all shy about criticizing people whom he disagreed with which is practically everybody at one time or another? He was an amazingly successful businessman he was. A baseball businessman, which and basketball businessman, which makes it even more interesting. and. He did a lot. For. Not only his African American community and homestead, which is a suburb of Pittsburgh? But nationally in in some ways. He did a lot of good things you just had to get. Over his personality as I said in the book. He was. Admired respected by his fellow, owners would probably never be loved, but he could've cared less. That was not he wasn't in it to be loved. He was to be successful and to and to bring along the black community behind him to the extent, he could influence parts of it. Well, and and obviously arguably and very posthumously. Lauded as a member of the Baseball Hall of fame in two thousand six arguably way later than perhaps he should have been, but okay, but you're hinting at. The the foundation of this. Journey into ball and. Business, orientation of such as well as being as a player, this was sort of in the basketball realm, and maybe a little bit of a background in that, because it seems to be kind of his passion in during his collegiate years. Is this basketball thing and I think also interestingly maybe the first time we've kind of stumbled into this sort of the. I wouldn't call it the Negro Leagues of Professional. Basketball but certainly the. The the the Negro League if you will equivalence of if you will semi or fully pro basketball, this black fives kind of scenario. which even seems even less formed than save some of the Negro Leagues and that's saying something. Very very much so He was an all sport athlete at homestead. High School. He was football, basketball and baseball and know he played professional basketball and baseball, and he played semi pro football. he. Basketball Black Basketball You know pretty much entirely segregated at the time. I mean they were no integrated teams, but Black and white baseball teams played each other black and white basketball teams least outside of whatever city you're in rarely competed against each other But Posey, I and other good black players. Saturday semi pro team. In Pittsburgh called the Monticello Monticello Athletic Association. and. They got good, and and there were probably a dozen high level. Black basketball teams between? The East Coast in Chicago say one good one in Chicago. And there was absolutely no leak, but they would start at two. They got done polishing off the local opposition, which they usually did very easily. They would challenge each other's. It'd be these challenges generally you try to play each other three times during the season that way someone would win at least two and there wouldn't be no question who wanted who won the series, but you play at least a couple of games, home and home series and the black sporting press which sort of. Coalesce around. Who was the consensus champion? It was based upon the fact that well. A. B. B. and B.. So therefore. A is the champion And pose each team which was. He, the Monticello they went through different iterations of sponsors, but finally. The Premier Black Ben. Social Club in Pittsburgh the La- Wendy Club of which Posey's father. had been the president at one time and was still a member. Prominent member sponsored the team. and. It'll Wendy's started playing around teams in New York, they played. Philadelphia and they would beat them. And worthy consensus black national champions the nation, basically as I said running from like New York City Chicago. They were consensus black chickens, five years running in the early and mid twenties. Posey himself played, he was a guard. High score usually a high score because in those days the rules allowed. If anyone were fouled and foul shots were awarded..

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05:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Into what used to be in professional sports. Thanks for finding us. and. People call me all kinds of things. The captain of contraction I've been called him to call the the Ivanka tour of expansion. The professor of previously domicile, also by the doctor of defunct the Reverend of relocation. Whatever you choose to call me again of course, please keep it clean. It's a family show to some extent I. Am you're humble host and the chief ringleader? Of the Frivolity and intrigue that we. Somehow. Find a we every something to do each and every week around this crazy topic that we've. Kind of made for ourselves that teams and leagues in various things that are no longer with us, for whatever reasons and we love any opportunity to go back to what we're GONNA get into this week again. The Negro Leagues, and we have our return. Guests Jim over Meyer who you may remember from? An episode Jeez I guess I was about four five maybe weeks ago. We talked about the Atlantic City back. Iraq giants. Atlantic city's really own you know or only ever real quote. Unquote Major, League professional team, any sort fascinating discoveries there boardwalk empire, and all Jim Brand new book out. It came out just a couple of months ago just before the pandemic outbreak, and all the craziness and other things that have sort of engulfed our world since but as a great book and where I learned an incredible amount and we talk about the life of a one Cumberland Posey. He of not only the homestead grays. He was the founder and the player and the manager and the owner. Of the longtime. Legendary. Negro Leagues Plural Different Leagues Different Environments Team. That played in suburban, Pittsburgh sort of homestead, Pennsylvania but also in Washington DC as we've kind of alluded to some of our previous chats about baseball indie. Yes, the homestead grays were kind of over a period of time kind of a dual city kind of situation, but this Guy Cumberland. Posey not only was he substantial in the creation, the running mb the legacy of this incredible. Arguably one of the most memorable Negro League teams the homestead, grays as we discover in our conversation with Jim, in just a couple of moments, Cumberland Posey was. By the way, not only a baseball hall of Famer. In, two thousand six posthumously of course but also a legendary and seminal basketball player is well back in the black fives, era, or also known as early black basketball. The black fives era were kind of like the you know the pre. National Basketball Association and The league's that kind of preceded that the the NBA. Basketball Association of America and these various industrial teams that we've talked about an in previous episodes as well but. This is almost like sort of the the basketball equivalent of the Negro. Leagues, that is in basketball and this black fives. Era is something we want to go much deeper in, but this is a great. shoehorned into the beginnings of of that exploration. You're talking about teams. I mean dozens of them. In the era, from roughly about nineteen, thousand, four, ninety, five, or so until you know arguably until about nineteen fifty, or so when the NBA finally became a thing as well as racially integrated. They were talking about like a teams that they were called Quince sometimes colored five or Negro fives or More simply and more reverentially now refer to his black fives. We're talking about a many many teams in in places like Philadelphia and Cleveland. And New York and DC in Chicago Pittsburgh and Cumberland Posey was arguably not so arguably regarded as. One of the greatest players of that era and frankly. As his induction into the national the naismith sorry. Naismith National Basketball Hall of fame as well in two thousand sixteen. Yes, a baseball hall of Famer inductees in two, thousand, six posthumously and the basketball hall of fame in two thousand sixteen. Two thousand six for baseball, two thousand sixteen for basketball. There you go. This is a guy who is regarded as one of the best basketball players of all time. No just the black fives here and this is a fascinating story of a phenomenal athlete and Sportsman and manager and runner of teams and owner, and all that kind of stuff in sports that I the. Is just a an amazing discovery that we get into with our guest this week Jim over Meyer. And his book is called Cum Posey of the homestead grays biography of the Negro Leagues owner and Hall of Famer, but as you're on our chat and as well in the book. It's really misnamed kind of title. Because we spend half of the conversation talking about not only the homestead grays and Posey's baseball legacy, but the black five era black fives era basketball. Realm that Posey was instrumental in as well. It's sort of a dual natured conversation with Jim. Coming up in just a few moments it is fascinating stuff and of the book absolutely well worth the read. You will learn a lot as I did..

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05:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Into what used to be in professional sports. Thanks for finding us. and. People call me all kinds of things. The captain of contraction I've been called him to call the the Ivanka tour of expansion. The professor of previously domicile, also by the doctor of defunct the Reverend of relocation. Whatever you choose to call me again of course, please keep it clean. It's a family show to some extent I. Am you're humble host and the chief ringleader? Of the Frivolity and intrigue that we. Somehow. Find a we every something to do each and every week around this crazy topic that we've. Kind of made for ourselves that teams and leagues in various things that are no longer with us, for whatever reasons and we love any opportunity to go back to what we're GONNA get into this week again. The Negro Leagues, and we have our return. Guests Jim over Meyer who you may remember from? An episode Jeez I guess I was about four five maybe weeks ago. We talked about the Atlantic City back. Iraq giants. Atlantic city's really own you know or only ever real quote. Unquote Major, League professional team, any sort fascinating discoveries there boardwalk empire, and all Jim Brand new book out. It came out just a couple of months ago just before the pandemic outbreak, and all the craziness and other things that have sort of engulfed our world since but as a great book and where I learned an incredible amount and we talk about the life of a one Cumberland Posey. He of not only the homestead grays. He was the founder and the player and the manager and the owner. Of the longtime. Legendary. Negro Leagues Plural Different Leagues Different Environments Team. That played in suburban, Pittsburgh sort of homestead, Pennsylvania but also in Washington DC as we've kind of alluded to some of our previous chats about baseball indie. Yes, the homestead grays were kind of over a period of time kind of a dual city kind of situation, but this Guy Cumberland. Posey not only was he substantial in the creation, the running mb the legacy of this incredible. Arguably one of the most memorable Negro League teams the homestead, grays as we discover in our conversation with Jim, in just a couple of moments, Cumberland Posey was. By the way, not only a baseball hall of Famer. In, two thousand six posthumously of course but also a legendary and seminal basketball player is well back in the black fives, era, or also known as early black basketball. The black fives era were kind of like the you know the pre. National Basketball Association and The league's that kind of preceded that the the NBA. Basketball Association of America and these various industrial teams that we've talked about an in previous episodes as well but. This is almost like sort of the the basketball equivalent of the Negro. Leagues, that is in basketball and this black fives. Era is something we want to go much deeper in, but this is a great. shoehorned into the beginnings of of that exploration. You're talking about teams. I mean dozens of them. In the era, from roughly about nineteen, thousand, four, ninety, five, or so until you know arguably until about nineteen fifty, or so when the NBA finally became a thing as well as racially integrated. They were talking about like a teams that they were called Quince sometimes colored five or Negro fives or More simply and more reverentially now refer to his black fives. We're talking about a many many teams in in places like Philadelphia and Cleveland. And New York and DC in Chicago Pittsburgh and Cumberland Posey was arguably not so arguably regarded as. One of the greatest players of that era and frankly. As his induction into the national the naismith sorry. Naismith National Basketball Hall of fame as well in two thousand sixteen. Yes, a baseball hall of Famer inductees in two, thousand, six posthumously and the basketball hall of fame in two thousand sixteen. Two thousand six for baseball, two thousand sixteen for basketball. There you go. This is a guy who is regarded as one of the best basketball players of all time. No just the black fives here and this is a fascinating story of a phenomenal athlete and Sportsman and manager and runner of teams and owner, and all that kind of stuff in sports that I the. Is just a an amazing discovery that we get into with our guest this week Jim over Meyer. And his book is called Cum Posey of the homestead grays biography of the Negro Leagues owner and Hall of Famer, but as you're on our chat and as well in the book. It's really misnamed kind of title. Because we spend half of the conversation talking about not only the homestead grays and Posey's baseball legacy, but the black five era black fives era basketball. Realm that Posey was instrumental in as well. It's sort of a dual natured conversation with Jim. Coming up in just a few moments it is fascinating stuff and of the book absolutely well worth the read. You will learn a lot as I did..

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Buster Posey you know third is Headley and the padre right hander deals and Blanco slices this one followed out of play third base side we wanted to go for for twelve these numbers lifetime against Volquez Spiro waiting on deck and the pitch and Blanco take strike three call the high strike called by an employee number mark Wegner so that's how this game gets started rendering of Marco scooter some of the fires they don't call that a strike with Wegner is one of your giants hitter even the Padres hitter you know that it is likely he's going to call the bill to us straight so here's scooter scooter takes high and wide hitting three eighteen two home runs twenty one German in these in all star you went three for four last night he's got four hits so far in this series and the pitch and it's download two balls and no strikes two for twelve that's the history for scooter again civil kids with buster Posey on deck center fielder Amarista.

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"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The count Mr Posey on deck now the wind up in the two strike offering and a curveball in the dirt we got approval comes in and it just drops great downward is not a big sweeper that the book is comes in and it's just like a straight dropping curveball the wind up going to offering another breaking ball in the dirt swung on and missed ball bounces up the first base line away from Torrey although he retrieves it and throws out hope it furthers his selfless running toward the bank lease rates history the first reason was struck on here is a slide of the shuttle ride in the second only five hits in his last forty one at bats now and for eleven in this series it's not been on base in this series there's a fastball strike in the outside of ninety five imposes it looks a little frustrated is the wind up and the one page fastball away this one to hire an account one ball one strike last of the six the giants to the Padres nothing the one one offering the slider I am keeping the right center the new feedback to Death Valley to the warning track so it makes the catch right near the wall some may be here in San Diego the only ball parks with that one doesn't go out zero nine zero one well I was late to respond another breaking ball the pigeon that is what a called strike the pen world and nobody on in the sixth inning Plato's delivers and a nice slider over the outside corner for a called strike to Rome has popped up to second and single at least one for two right hander against right hander Blake does perhaps throwing his final pitches he is due to that second in the Padres seventh inning giants ahead to nothing as well grounded in the left field a basic his his second hit of the game seven for the giants who keeps the inning going for one as you said in a pinch runner only once in the first place news world the right hander runs down to the San Diego bullpen once again last of the six the giants to San Diego nothing eBay is offered to set the ball well a couple of times and the pitch sliders swung on and found chip and that one got a piece of the capture your Victoria Albert one one the count brilliant sunshine today the game began under a number of cloudiness machine broke the way in the Senate in shining most of the afternoon temperatures in the mid sixties in the blowing out toward left field with not a lot of wind right now affected the winds almost died inside the ballpark which generally means especially the daytime with nice weather all Kelly well this is your first diving safely back is Cody Ross princes had nine steals no no with the giants had nine steals along with the Florida Marlins we want to make this deal once as a giant the twenty three year use the bleach slider reform grounded who should attend the basic the report reads it still is a little bit to the left side of the infield another hanger from Rachel she is among two breaking balls in this city the last two letters our laws we the politico just gonna go to the mound with D. N. coming up by the numbers run to you by filtering mayor counting and the consulting the largest California based accounting and consulting firm the numbers of course the giants the big number today is one as in the needing one more win to win the wax and the there were a number of runs a chance I'm on the board and by which they leave the primaries in this game and then there is another runner in scoring position perhaps a base it away from this morning an important run as we get ready to head to the late innings eight hits for the giants against NATO's calls me back to the dugout make those back to work D. N. is flying up twice to write right handed batters two on two out the page that's what I did right to shortstop has got over this second in time for the force out with expanded covering eva and Jose again now for for his last thirty three two men stranded with the giants and we are heading into the late innings the Padres with Headley the pitcher's spot in Orpheus do what giants you're listening to Y. K. N. B. R. classic the last game of the giants twenty ten regular season this season that began a dynasty on KNBR one oh four five and six eighty the sports leader right now large pick up five quarts of Mobil one full synthetic motor oil for twenty eight ninety five and get a ten dollar gift card after mail in rebate you can even order at Reilly auto dot com will deliberate herbicide protect your engine from sludge and where at Reilly auto parts better parts better prices every day all rights I've been sharing stories about my ground the one they call Mr at my grandfather Tony was pretty amazing he was an all American swimmer in nineteen fifty seven all times of the nineteen sixty Olympics my one hundredth of a second but grandpa Tony wouldn't let the rest of us swim competitively he said he regretted the things that he missed out on because of his constant do you have any regrets that.

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"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Now nothing is real Posey injury dude yeah that's like yeah we're yeah we're we're talking to a very specific sliver of the on here but this is a good time to do that though do we have time because if you can if you can find wide side dial it up and play because that is all my god let's do it buster Posey got hurt twenty one your most creative of seven yeah wow yeah there's a long line did you see that one did you see the movie all the while at sun cruisers money I have it's been a long time though I had it see if the yeah yeah yeah and the saw their hit song was called on the dark side long and dark so it's coming no no if it is real the end it is policies it's a band that gets so famous that the the lead singer is overcome with the fame anyone's of faking his own death yeah and so Polly the day after the buster Posey injury we walked around the days that wasn't we were like walking around and it was like a funeral for two thousand dark show very dark to Scott cousins collision and then yeah I was like well I gotta go I gotta go to the studio and he came back with white sides catch it now nothing is real for IARC's I got is this up to this good do you the markets all there the primitive production the honesty in the vocal dude on the white side bro I I get one of your most creative lyrical efforts having to take that to take cable they say great pain and suffering creates great art variety that said yeah we have great pain and suffering after the muster injury and you said I gotta go I gotta go make music yes there you get a deal I want to add to the only member the guy of the San Francisco Giants twenty ten teams actually where steal your face Grateful Dead shirt to city hall for the at the parade that was so cool Hey speaking away said let's get one more cut cooler get hit but look at markets where was this publicita on hunter pence were talking so this was actually a coax contribution to the cooler he sent me this is on Instagram MOB posted this on their Instagram and this is just a face time with Jean Pablo and hunter breaking down a double play between Crawford in panic for the two thousand fourteen brothers right all the play yes this is legendary this is god good hi this is at first you always slower challenges and that is hello Morrow his body is out I'm not a big basketball right there they won the gold glove the next season of the year I think they want to next year the next in the back of the school I'll yeah yeah yeah he's out what are we back thousands of I loved it I loved it I I I it's it's just too buddies Pablo hunter watch it was like I was like watching a game with one gold glove last year this year looks like any other giant fan yeah and then one last one here is dude Obree hi okay check in then the the corona virus and the live real life problems were all facing okay I just left three different grocery stores trying to find toilet paper my question is how is there no toilet paper on the shelves but there's plenty of groceries plenty of booze I don't get this and for all you mothers out there that are hoarding of toilet paper I hope you're all off I hope it feels like somebody's jamming a nine inch no you all rights all those I don't know what he said even with the beeps I think I can.

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"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Inside do the count Mr Posey on deck now the wind up in the two strike offering and a curveball in the dirt we got approval comes in and it just drops great downward is not a big sweeper that this comes in and it's just like a straight dropping curveball the wind up going to offering another breaking ball in the third swung on and missed a bounces up the first base line away from Torrey although he retrieves it and throws out hope it furthers his stuff was growing toward the bank new straits on this road the first baseman was right on the phones here is this flight of the shuttle writing rather than the second only five hits in his last forty one at bats now and for eleven in this series it's not been on base in this series there's a fastball shrank in the outside of ninety five close it again it looks a little frustrated is the wind up and the one page fastball away this one to hide an account one ball one strike last of the six the giants to the Padres nothing one one offering the slider hangs deep in the right center the new feedback through Death Valley to the warning track so it makes the catch right near the wall some may be here in San Diego the only ball park so that one doesn't go out Mosey nice to see him hit one wellness letters hung another breaking ball now the pigeon that is well I called strike the pen world and nobody on in the sixth inning Plato's delivers and a nice slider over the outside corner for a called strike to Rome has popped up to second and single at least one for two and against right hander Plato scraps throwing his final pitches he is due to that second in the Padres seventh inning giants ahead to nothing small grounded in the left field of a his his second hit of the game the seven for the giants who keeps the inning going for one judges said in a pinch runner D. Ross goes over to first base his world the big right hander runs down to the San Diego bullpen once again last of the six the giants to San Diego nothing rebate is offered to set the ball well a couple of times and the page minus one and found chip and that one got a piece of the catcher you'll be totally out of one one the count brilliant sunshine today the game began under a a cover of cloudiness mentioned road the way in the suburban shopping most of the afternoon temperatures in the mid sixties in the blowing out toward left field but not a lot of wind right now affected the wind is almost died inside the ballpark which generally means especially the daytime with nice weather all Kelly well through the first diving safely back is Cody Ross this is an nine steals no no with the giants had nine steals all with the Florida Marlins we want to make this deal once as a giant in the twenty three year here's the pitch slider reach for granted published ten days he is they reached what it still is a little bit the left side of the infield another hanger from Rachel she is known to breaking balls in this city the last two headers our laws we the pitching coach is going to go to the mound with PM coming up by the numbers run do you buy for your in mehr counting and the consulting the largest California based accounting and consulting firm the numbers of course the giants the big number today is one that is in the needing one more win to win the waves and the there were a number of runs a chance on the board and by which they leave the primaries in this game and then there is another runner in scoring position reservation away from scoring what we run as we get ready to head to the late innings eight hits for the giants against NATO walls we back to the dugout he does back to work D. 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"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"posey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And two. Here's the pitch. Those e takes another slider in the dirt folk out. Three two. Greeter bitch. Posey strikes out swinging Jackson got him with the slider down at in. Was probably ball, four BUSTER Posey on the he's ever had a game quite like this over six with three strikeouts. Years belt to down. Nobody on Brandon bell. He has one hit in four at bats. Plus you've drawn walk. First one on the way to belt is off the inside ball, one at ninety five miles an hour. Win still blowing across from right to left of all the left fields. Getting more of a push than one to right? If belt we're gonna try to pull one out of here takes outside to it. Oh. Four four game in the twelfth inning. Don't tops, this one foul. Two. Oh. Changeup. Belt went after it. Still ahead and account to in one. Here's the pitch. It is swung on this high fastball to in two. Bullpen quiet for the giants Miranda is going to be asked. This game goes to thirteenth to pitch another inning. Here's the tube out takes the dirt. Did he go on appeal? No. Three and two. Evan longoria waiting on deck. Here. It comes belt roles one on the ground is second. Playing there is the shortstop Swanson fields it and throws out belt for the third out. And this game goes onto the thirteenth inning. The giants have an Atta hit since two seven four two four on the caviar. Northern California Honda dealers radio network. It's nothing like giants baseball on the radio. You're listening to the.

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