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Mets' Pete Alonso Becomes Second Fastest Player in MLB History to 100 HRs
"Beat the marlins nine to four pita lonzo having himself a night. One alonso drills one of air deep to left me. This one's going along way. Homerun pete alonzo old clevelander down there on the left field side at low depot. Mark lots out wait long after hitting number one hundred earlier the hits number one one wayne randazzo. Wcbs eighty two home runs for peter lonzo indeed over one hundred now for his career. Mets beat the marlins nine four that cap. The scoring here was alonzo second-fastest to one hundred in his career. I mean I mean again in that list. It's it's truly. It's really special ryan howard. Only the one ahead of
"randazzo" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Boomer. Ngo you gotta give me the mass. Oh that's right. And i'd like to everybody's all over bryson d shambo again because you know november. When they had the last masters he was supposed to overtake the golf course with hitting the ball four hundred yards and all this other stuff. Sure and then al was telling me this week even out. Who's not really a golfer was telling me this morning that this week bryson was saying yes something special in his bag special in his bag. Yeah so. I'm assuming that it's got to be a new driver and the driver is going to be forty eight inches long. I think he played with the forty eight inch long driver on in november so a standard driver's forty five inches long and the maximum. You can go on the pga tour forty eight inches long. That's why that's such a big deal and So maybe he's got to be the favourite. I would think he johnson they are. It's just amazing. This is why people love gambling on golf. Yeah is it's the odds you get embracing de shambo. Doesn't johnson or plus nine fifty. I mean okay. Great yeah so. I mean you just never know like that's the thing so it's D shambo johnson plus nine fifty than speak jordan speeding. Because he's hot everybody's playing with the so. Let me ask you this. Yeah where's my boy brooks koepka plus twenty eight hundred. All get you excited doesn't it. I would throw a hundred on that. Yeah hundred to win. Twenty eight hundred trauma on man so top five dustin johnson bryson d shambo. Ri- can i guess you go ahead jordan speed. Yeah justin rose. Justin rose is way down way down. I know i'll justin thomas justice thomas thomas is right there okay and one more one more well all right. We're getting a little confused there. All right i was talking about. I was going to give the odds on the top finishing in the top five okay. I'm sorry so tony. Female on their tony females plus five fifty so dustin johnson plus one seventy five bryson's plus two hundred speak and thomas or plus two fifty. Jon rahm has plus two fifty females plus five fifty. Okay mcelroy plus three ten. Patrick can't lay plus four ten gender sharply plus four fifty. Zander is zander. Sander as i do the same thing with anders honors. Well whatever. I used to call him short flake so the fact that i got shuffling right is right column more account. Plus five hundred. That's just to finish. And that's how i by the top five this guy. Calm more cower. I swear to god got the best swing on the golf on the golf tour. I've got a bunch of so so far. You like the brooks koepka to win thing. Plus twenty eight hundred go. Because i like brooks koepka brooks cap. Could've finished in the top. Five plus six hundred. I'll take that. They'll take that is calling more cower to finish in the top five are just gave you that one top five. That was plus five hundred. These doumen kids do i mean. He's won a tournament but not a major. Let's see leader after round. One this is always the difficult one. Yes bubba watson b. leading after round. One that'll be a plus fifteen at the end of the right leader enticing. Mansi people love wager on golf because you get great aunt. So jordan speak is the favourite to lead after round one. Plus fourteen hundred. I mean i just like you know why. Don't just throw a couple of bucks on all these guys. Just pick ten guys in. Throw five dollars. Johnny b being a great shape like louis faizan plus five thousand to be leading after around. One yeah why not all right match bedding you do match betting really yeah. That's sad looks like fun too. I mean come on to win three bowls right showing freddie couples on. Cbs sports network right now and it looks like he has a persimmon would in his hand as opposed to a metal. Would the persimmon woods. Were used way back when and maybe this is like going back in time. O of master masters. Yes do do we have that masters music and we didn't know to make her miss the cut got all sorts of odds here. But this is like brayson. D shambo minus eleven fifty. So you're not gonna make a lot of money. They're torment props. Can't you smell the flowers. Green hello friends. Hello friends jim. Nance wonderful day here in augusta. Only the top of the top can be a part of this with a dinner of champions. Yup crossed the elite the the upper crust upper crust and elites the upper crust where the upper crust joins to play golf and watch golf slap each other on the back so i have a bit of a toast. Fetish burned toast together and to talk about persimmon would by now been officially labelled as a weirdo and taxes. Giants bitch dog show was almost spinster. Dog show do you know the context and that one. I just thought he was not meaning to say that word and it just came out and somebody alerted me. Here's a racing de shambo. Rated t giant bitch. Never ever ever come to against everybody. Hello here played there. Yes how many times twice twice. 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"randazzo" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Morning show with boomer esiason in gregg giannotti boomerang zeo. Let's go jerry. All right guys. We got winds for the mets and the yankees as their series. Continue today yankees. Orioles last night at the stadium. Aaron jour-jour continues to hit now. The oh one swung on hidden to let that ball is high us far. It is gone. Judgy and blast to deep love veal. three run blast by judge. All rise comes ed's part of a three hit night had four r. b. i.'s yankees. Beat the orioles. Seventy two a home. Run for the bruce whose loose. Jay bruce and john carlos stanton to its including. Rbi double the wind to garrett cole here was judge on what cole did. Thirteen strikeouts matching a career high over seven innings pitched that when it's one nothing game two one game but i think it's even i have a little bit more fun watching him. He's got a little bit of a leading kind of empty out. The coal himself says the fastball was on point really evolved throughout the improved started off with the ball on the grass in the first inning of that's not ideal but and that he did acquire ruch netto door from the rangers for a couple of prospects. Tonight you got jamison tie on. John means the starters coverage on sports radio sixty six. Wfan am though we will have a game show on the fan following. Clark's again robert yet. This right for everybody. Because i know that you you put that in at the end of the yankee story so everybody's not confused view. Put on a radio tonight. You put on the fm. Dial one one nine fm. You're getting the nets and the pelicans at cs correct if you put on the fan tonight and you go to the am side. You go to six sixty. You're getting the yankees and orioles. Yes and if you want to hear the pre-game show you can hear the pre-game show after carton and roberts on the fm cider right. Okay all right you think you nailed it if you wanna listen to the fan. You want to stream the yankee game just go to wfan dot com and both will be there on the front page. That's right what if you're using the odyssey app. Why would click on the game you want. They're both their. Yes all right. Because when i opened up my own ac- app it says wfan and just start playing wfan. Because it's my station. I listened to. Yeah so i think you really have to do is just search nets. Search nets i. I really think it's that simple all right good. I'm just making. Yeah i thought you just said yes. The question that gio asked and it didn't sound goes a very affirmative. Yes yes yes yes yes absolutely sure sells yea boomer. Okay so how. Many yankee fans are going to be confused by. This is really not that confusing. If you want to listen to the yankee i didn't ask if it was confusing to you or not. It's not yankee fans and seventy percent. Yeah they're going to. We'll have some issue. They'll figure it out most of them but there will be a certain percentage who will be frustrated for hours and just so you know the yankees chose to be on the w the am side. I believe because in this is me thinking that it has a much wider signal huger reach. Yeah yes hundred. I ever reach the the fm signal has oh here comes. Dove dove starts walking with a little brisk walk. That he's got something to say about it. She's so he's probably he is all you know his impart what is our would dove like. Also this is the third time it's happened. This is not the first time it's the third. Time is the third time this season already. Okay so the enke's want to be on the much greater reach side of our station. Which is the am station. The nets will be on the fm station. Which makes no sense to me. Okay all right very good just making sure really show as long as you listen to. The station shouldn't be that hard to figure out okay. Mets beat the phillies eight to four. We heard the dumb bomb earlier. This morning i'll give it to you again for mr wayne randazzo Bs eight eighty smith. It's high in the air toward deep left center. Joyce's back he's watching it fly. That's gonna hold on to the opposite field dominic dom it's the first home. Run up to the doll. Bob and after three says no score. We'll come back and talk about women's suffrage right after this message proble team. I'd just trying to think about all the stuff that was going on time. I've run out wayne. Randazzo had that of course he also had actually how we had. Pete alonzo's homers oto alonzo hit high in the air. Deep to left field back near the wall had gone home or on a tracer of a home. Run to left field by peter lonzo. Oh here's one you know what. This is a good wayne randazzo. One i forgot about this. This is the double steal. Run are going from first pitches. Low wrote a second all the way through its off the glove of regardless been a right centerfield polar streaks home he scores standing up and the mets take a five one lead and there is third one of the inning without a base. Hit the great wayne randazzo point. I've run out of so many of these things. I use them last year. And then this year i believe i use the fdr new deal. I already use that one. What asked about franklin delano roosevelt's new deal women suffrage. I don't boomer. You got a bunch of stuff there. Now it's always like the troops coming home. Use those looking kind of like it products that you could you could use Sponsors sponsor oval team. Yeah i there's Schlitz beer switch was around then for yes. Mingka's favourite paul's some of the cigarettes. Yes those are huge sponsors back then. That ball was smoked. Gives up another home run. The smoking was brought to you by. That's right back then was healthy. Maybe like it's good for your lungs right. 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Quantum Physics And Global Consciousness In Relation To Trauma
"Welcome everybody to the hill in place podcast. I'm your host terry while rocking very excited. Have with me today. Dr william t. Kenny and he is a radiologist but also author of the conscious whole which is an award winning book a novel. And we're going to dive into that and talk about What it's about and other wonderful subjects Quantum physics and the conscious whole global consciousness Yeah so welcome. Thank you very much for having me. I really appreciate it apso Summer radiologists the area. Tending william t. Kenny a real name is william t. randazzo and So as radiologist. What i'd do his i Some adopted to medical school and did six years of basically advanced training after medical school and will be radiologist lee read xrays. See ts. mri's ultrasounds we also do minimally invasive procedures with x ray guidance and training I learned about physics. Also had an interest in physics before pursuing radiology and when i was in medical school Learning about dna and the nucleotides in dna is they'll tie small molecules and with mike and of interest in physics. I was thinking about how physicists study. The small particles the the subatomic particles atoms in protons and electrons and the laws of physics. Those following Generally speaking kind of you know. Put those into the category of following quantum physics and a lot of people probably heard about quantum physics in. it's essentially the study and the science of the very small things in nature. So you're talking adams. Small molecules protons in the parts of those Adams as well in the laws of physics day obeyed are very strange when you put them in the context of our everyday lives and they don't really make sense and their couple reasons might not make sense. They might not make sense. Because we don't understand that world completely which is probably the most state and you can make. We don't really understand it. We don't know what it's doing but those particles do very strange things and so when i'm sitting my medical school class was than ten years ago learning about dna and they're talking about the nuclear tides. Dna is little tiny parts of dna that basically determined the code and that code determines what our bodies look like and how they function disease in health and everything that we kind of know about the body and describe the medicine as being permanent pieces of matter that inside of our dna in but when you read the quantum physics literature they described little tiny particles as being not fixed as being a potential and being things that could be both. They're not they're things can exist many states
"randazzo" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Before information. Welcome to psyched by g. This is mary. Grace randazzo ratliff or mvp for short. I've been a psychotherapist in private practice for thirty two years. Now guess what everyone we all have issues. So it's time to lighten up and move forward. Let's stop letting our crap control us take control over. Grabs anything everyone. I'm matt you alot. Hello everyone how my goodness you know. I wanna give a shout out to everyone. Who's listening and i'm going to say What we say at the beginning of every podcast. You need to.
"randazzo" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Welcome to psyched by g. This is mary great randazzo relic or envy for short. I've been a psychotherapist in private practice for thirty two years. Now guess what everyone we all have issues. So it's time to lighten up and move forward. Let's stop letting our crap control us take control over grabbed. Yes yes stuff hi barbara. No.
Why Ohio Lawmakers Are Rethinking Recent Nuclear Power Plant Bailouts
"Lawmakers in ohio are looking at repealing. A nuclear power plant bailout. That was passed last year. Federal investigators are linking the passage of the bill to the biggest corruption case in the state's history. Here's ohio public. Radio's andy chow. Ohio sweeping energy law. That bailed out two of the state's nuclear power. Plants is now tied to a sixty one million dollar bribery scheme. It's an alleged web of conspiracy and tangling the speaker of the house a huge energy company and the state's top utilities regulator. Let's go back to two thousand seventeen. The us department of justice says that's when republican state representative. Larry householder hashed out of the utility company. Not directly named but believed to be first energy. That plan was a quid pro quo. Householder would get money to help him. Become speaker and i energy would get a bailout of its nuclear power plants from twenty seventeen to twenty. Eighteen householder was backed by millions of dollars and so called dark money us to elect his allies in house races around the state fast forward to january twenty nineteen. Those allies elect householder speaker. And he then rolls out a plan for a billion dollar. Nuclear power plant bailout. The money coming from ratepayers. Rachel bells a ratepayer advocate with ohio consumers. Power alliance says something smelled fishy. It seemed an awful lot. Like a real setup. It was never more apparent than eighty six and even heading into it that we were david and goliath that bill each b. six attracted national attention because it cut green energy standards at a time when many states were doing the opposite increasing their mandates for renewable energy five months later a mysterious campaign group called generation now spent millions on mailers and ads supporting the bill. Hosing reform killing jobs and swimming. Catherine tersser of common cause. Ohio says the group wouldn't disclose where the money was coming from. And that makes it hard on voters if they can't understand how our legislators are making decisions or who is attempting to influence elections or to influence the way we feel about public policy. Well then we're left in the. That mystery was solved in july when the scandal broke where today to announce the arrest of larry householder to speaker of the house. It turns out the fbi had been following the bailout bill saga from the beginning and says it has evidence to prove householder was taking bribes from first energy funneled through the group generation now in october. A lobbyist for first energy pleaded guilty to racketeering charges. And just hours later. I energy fired. It's ceo chuck jones and last month. Ohio's public utilities commission chair. Sam randazzo resigned after the fbi searched his home despite the scandal. Many ohio legislators. Still defend the nuclear bailout. Republican state representative dickstein says it saves jobs and cuts down on carbon stein argues that its benefits outweigh the scandal or those folks involved. They'll pay a price for any wrongdoing. That all the way comes through the court process. Ohio lawmakers are now considering repealing or freezing the bailout. If that's not done by the end of this month new charges will appear on ratepayers bills to start. Funding the bailout. Meanwhile larry householder maintains his innocence and while removed as house. He remains a state representative after winning reelection last month for npr news. I'm andy chow in columbus.
"randazzo" Discussed on WTVN
"His associates. Now this morning, FBI agents raided the home of Randazzo. He is the chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, which helps regulate energy companies here in this state agents took boxes out of the condo here, but wouldn't say much about what they were doing on Lee that they were executing a federal sealed search warrant. ABC SIXES Tom Bosco reporting their Randazzo has not been tied to the scandal, but one of his companies has was listed. In bankruptcy documents used by a first energy subsidiary, Ohio's new Mask mandate for retailers goes into effect around the state. Today. It's part of a plan put forth by Governor Mike DeWine do curb a surgeon cases around the state. None of this is a surprise, the governor said. All of this was coming in that new order last week. The revised health order does go into effect overnight tonight. But remember this also is a big week, the governor said. It is decision time on a possible new shut down. Bars, restaurants and gyms that still is expected to come potentially. On Thursday, the governor says, Really, what happens next is based on what happens with the number of Kobe 19 cases will get the newest data set on that in the next 90 minutes. ABC Sixes Mike McCarthy reporting their Ohio's new mass gathering orders go into effect at noon today. Those rules apply the gatherings like wedding receptions and funerals. People there must be seated at all times during the event, and dancing is not allow the wedding reception. Events like the first dance for The couple, however, are still acceptable Use radio 6 10 w TV END. SPORTS BUCKEYE Football Update from Anthony Thomas Chocolate BUCKEYES Despite not playing on Saturday due to a covert outbreak in Maryland, Ohio State remains number three in the AP Top 25 pull behind number one Alabama and Notre Dame Clemson in Texas A and M round out the top five. Mac play. OU versus Miami has been canceled for tomorrow night due to positive covert 19 tests on the Bobcat roster. The game was declared a no contest. Legendary Manager Tommy Lasorda, who led the Dodgers to the 1988 World Series title, has been hospitalized with heart problems. The sword is on a ventilator and resting comfortably. A 93 year old was inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997 and Monday night. Football. It's an NFC North matchup is the Vikings take on the Bears from the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports desk. My campaign a news radio 6 10 w T v N and the NC double A tournament is moving toe one location, the NC double a Division one Men's Basketball Committee announced they're in discussions with Indian app. Lists and the state of Indiana to potentially host the entire 60 18 tournament in March and April. I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed, and as news breaks, the Rush Limbaugh show continues next..
"randazzo" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Information. Welcome to psyched my mg. This is mary. Grace randazzo ratliff or mg for short. I've been a psychotherapist in private practice for thirty two years. Now guess what everyone we all have issues. So it's time to lighten up and move forward. Let's stop letting our crap control us take control over crap and no good evening everybody. Hi matthew berita evening. Oh my furiously this you now. This is is quite a week as we know. It's a week of so much stress. And i know when i talk to you. I felt that we needed to do this. Show tonight because it is on the ceiling with in coping with the political stress. That's out there right now because it's quite intense but before we lead into that and before i forget I wanna say to the listeners. You can find us on youtube. You can find us on apple. Podcast google podcasts Facebook of course. We're here live You can find us on Podcast detroit Linked in instagram. And we really need you guys to give us a like Subscribe hopefully Lisa comment In as we say every week your thoughts and needs very important to us we feel like a big family and so if you have issues that you want us to explore and cover please please please message me can message me and facebook You can an message me on my website. Just go to site by g And give us your thoughts because they are important We care about them. We've we've done several shows now based on people rating in so that being sad. How my god whatever can we still not over. We're only on fridays along. Heaven i know and of course. This is the the week of the election. And we're trying to find out who's going to be the next president and i just. I was paying attention to myself in in the stress that i was going through And my eating was crazy I couldn't get over how much i was affected by it. In fact i didn't even know until i took a moment to stop and go. What is wrong with me. Like why am i having a hard time with the eating. Why am i so stressed out. Why am i moody. Why do i have like low frustration. Tolerance to anything..
"randazzo" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson
"All kind of just bubbled up into you know, where the New York job was a perfect fit for me and you know, perhaps welcome me in which I was surprised initially at because I've not a New York City native and I thought for sure that they would go that route, but I'm glad that I was able to get the opportunity and off and you know now feel like as much New Yorkers anybody. Yeah hundred percent. It sounds like a long the way you just been willing to kind of accept any opportunity. That was given you do you think that's a key part of your success is not just be holding out for the one job that you want be willing to travel all over the country and go take whatever job you can get. Yeah, I think so. You know, I think that it's it's easy. You're from a big city to not want to leave it because you know the value that you get from being there and you know, a lot of guys do never leave it and do fine. You know, you think about Chicago I can I can read off a bunch of names of guys should never worked outside of Chicago who have done well for themselves in that big Market same thing here in New York, you know, my my partner on the radio how he rose. He never left New York, you know, he he's been there his whole career and that's great and that happens, but it doesn't it doesn't always happen. And you know, I think you give yourself more chances to make it if you are more flexible and willing to go other places and do other things, you know, it just the timing doesn't always work out or you know, maybe it's not exactly the job you want. You know, I got offered a job in Chicago, you know, when I was twenty-four that I could have taken and and maybe never left when I really wanted to do baseball play-by-play and it wasn't that and you know would have been dead. More on the talk radio type thing and it's just not what I wanted to do. So, yeah, I was willing to go back to Alabama and follow the journey that I wanted to be on and and it worked out for me to get the big leagues and be exactly what I wanted. But I think that was part of it too. I knew what wanted to be and I and kind of figured a path out for myself. That would help me get there. Yeah with Halle Rose. Obviously a legend here in New York for calling Mets games with you said since day one when you got to the Mets, he's been a mentor you what's how Heroes tell you? Well everything, you know, I feel like almost you know, I got to the big leagues. I was a good broadcaster. I think I was really good at fundamentals. I think the textbook stuff. I learned and was able to be really good at but everything else that you know, people might like about what my style is your really comes from Howie and from Gary. May I don't really like talking about just how he without lumping Gary Cohen into that because they both have been mentors to me. They both have been yet. I rely on Thursday and get advice from you know, how we more so cuz I'm with them every day, but you know Gary to I think that their professionalism stands up to me tremendously. There's not one day one broadcast that either of them throw away, you know, it's it's it's never I don't want to be here today. So the broadcast is going to suffer, you know, even on their worst day ma'am. To come in and that light will go off and they will still give the same high-quality broadcast that they did the day before and they will tomorrow so, you know, that's that's part of something I've learned. I you know, just kind of figuring out I'm going to the game where you know, we can get off the game a little bit. You know, I filled in for Gary a few days ago and it was eighteen to one page really, you know was the fourth inning game really broke up and so, you know on with Keith and Ron and and we figured you know, this games in the bag let's let's talk about some other stuff, you know, it's kind of hoping up and you know, get our personalities out there and make this more fun broadcast than informational broadcast and nothing that really comes from how you know, you know, he is good at concentrating on the game when game is extremely important and backing off of that when the game has been decided and the result has been decided and now it's it's more about how long An Entertainer listeners that are there are so you know, I think that's the most important thing. I've learned. You know other thing I picked up is that you know, the highlights need to sound good. You know, that's what people want to go back here. That's what that's what stands out on a on commercial or on a video any kind of marketing or promotional tool. You know, it's how good the highlights sounds so I really worked real hard to get my highlights to be big lie quality and you know, I think that that's all kind of come from just being around with two guys and observing them and watching them and asking them questions and listening to what they have say. It sounds amazing to be able to get watch their professional up close, you know every day. I saw you doing the game on T today. I thought you did a really good job wage is doing TV calling games on TV something like your big dream here. Yeah. I mean, I don't know. know if there is a big dream. I think my biggest You know desires beyond what I do right now is to just you know, make advance to a stage nationally where I'm doing more Main Event type of games where I you know, I'm a network that is using me for high-level events. You know, that might be the biggest dream beyond what I do now, you know as far as baseball, you know, I just want to be with the team and in a city that I enjoy being in and with and people around that I liked being around and you know, I have that now I mean is that, you know, does that mean who knows? Who knows what's going to happen? You know, I'm I'm flexible and open to what is ahead in the future and that means more TV great. I hate to give up radio and just do one medium. I'd love to be able to do both and and be in a position where I can do TV and radio that would be great. You know, I wouldn't shut any doors down but you know, I think where I'm at right now. Now is terrific spot, you know extremely happy to be there and I hope how he and I are a team on the radio for a long time if I can keep going for Gary on T and working with those guys is there break and you know, I think that this is, you know a great spot hundred percent. How is I was just wondering how is covid-19 changed how you've done your job. That was that all affected you yeah, you know, it's really, you know, it's it's a tough thing obviously outside of what we do but it has certainly had implications in in how we go about it, you know, obviously the road games we our area more hopefully that will revert back to how it used to be at some point soon. But for now, you know, we're calling the games off of monitors, you know, WCBS really worked very hard to give us money. Everything we asked for as far as the setup goes, you know, so we have a ton of screens that show plus, you know, the Press Box view that show us the center-field camera show us some other angles and bullpens and the scoreboard and know we can watch the game broadcasts to off of X and Y and off of off of the home team broadcast as well. So you're recovered in pretty much a battery fastest that we can be which is great and it's very helpful to have that so we're we're trying our best. I don't think know some people will say that it doesn't sound any different than I do think it does. I think that our calls are just not as crisp, you know, we're waiting for things to happen more than we would instead of being directly on top of it. I understand why a listener or someone who's not with us or doesn't listen every single inning thinks that it sounds the same and that's good. We appreciate that. We we take that as a compliment, but yep. It really doesn't because I know how on top of it. We are. Typically when we aren't there. It's it's we have to back off of that a little bit. There's just no other way to do it so long, you.
"randazzo" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson
"It's great to be with you. I've got an awesome God. Today Wayne Randazzo. He is the play-by-play announcer for the New York Mets. He's calling in to zoom here. So let me bring in Wayne and we'll we'll talk to Wayne and get to know a little bit here. I just want to talk you a little bit about your career something that's come across with you and all your broadcasts is just your passion for the game of baseball. You can just tell how much you love the game. Where did that love I grew up in Chicago and just you know was a to Baseball City just like New York and was able to really fall in love with the game that way happening the Cubs White Sox. I think was something that really played into it a lot, you know, the lure of of Wrigley Field and and day baseball, you know, when I was a kid that was still a big part of it than playing pretty much daily at home. There were very few night games when I was growing up and as opposed to the White Sox and mostly played at night, you know, the American League and and get home. See, you know, really both sides of the coin and you know, Harry Caray was a big influence on my love to the game just because of how much he loved the game. And you know, he always look at it from that perspective of of just loving baseball and and being appreciative of what he got to watch every day and being snowed in my ring of the players and how they go about their business and they made it really fun. So it was it was something that definitely it was kind of too full did I love the game because of that but I love the thought of broadcasting the game because of it so that all kind of led me down this path Oh, you mean mentioned the great Harry Caray was broadcasting and calling baseball games something that you just need to early on like this is what I'm going to do. This is what I want to set out and do yeah pretty much. I mean that was it from the get-go. It was it was really, you know, I was lucky in the sense that I knew what wanted to be for most of my life. And was able to chase down that goal. I mean it's not like that for everybody. It's not like that for every Big League announced where you know, I know some guys who you know had the thought of going down that road much later in life. You know, Gary Thorne was already a lawyer before he took off into that career obviously did extremely well for himself. So, you know, it's it's it's something that I was new to them. I wanted to be and got to go after and Chase down from a really young age. We like kind of the kid who would like stared look at himself in the mirror like pretending to a call like a big World Series game. You always hear that with play by. Oh, yeah, you know not in the mirror, but I certainly would turn the TV down and do it, you know, I would call games and writes think broadcasting them as as a kid and and you know, watch the watch the game and call in this happened, you know, definitely did that. I would brought try to broadcast with my video games the same way, you know, if I played an MLB video game or a Madden or whatever I would do the same stuff so long You know, that's kind of the way that I did about went about it. But yeah, I mean a lot of guys a lot of guys do that and I was certainly one of them in some way you with the meds now, but you obviously had to pay your dues to get here. Can you just talk about some of the trips you've had along the journeys? I think that's always important for people to hear. Ya. You know, when I I wouldn't I went to college at Arizona State for a little while and started doing that was really my first taste of doing baseball play-by-play. I really did my senior year of high school. I was the PA announcer for the baseball team. So it was that was really my first time on a microphone and doing any sort of broadcasting and then I went to Arizona State to continue a broadcasting career, you know, the Walter Cronkite school and all that. You know how Michael went there. So it was was a big-time broadcasting School icon. And you know, I did some baseball and football and basketball there. There was some great players on the ASU baseball team at the time. They had Dustin Pedroia and they had a dog For easier and and guys would go on to become big Leaguers. So it was it a really great team to watch and then I transferred back to the Chicago area to a smaller school that had a lot of opportunity. That was a pretty well run College radio station, but they had you know was a small school so I didn't have to really battle anybody for airtime and I was able to do a lot there and thought you know found a local summer Collegiate wood bat League that I could broadcast with they were playing in the town next door to where I went college so traveled with them a bit in the summer of 2007. We you know, they would take vans from town to town throughout, Illinois and Indiana calling those games. So that was really my first choice baseball announcing job. And then I got the job in Mobile right after I was done with school at double-a and I was a really high level of baseball game. That's the highest level of play on the field is double-a because that's where a lot of the prospects are capped. You know, the Triple A's kind of the older guys and guys who are waiting for their next shot back up but dead is where the youngest separator League, you know, really where you learned about if your prospects were any good or not? So it was really a high level of baseball to be thrust into and it was great job in the southern leaders of was a really good League that a lot of good broadcasters in it, you know Ben Ingram who's not with the Atlanta Braves was in that league with me John laser. The voice of Virginia Tech football game was in the l e with me Jo Daviess. It was now a superstar that we known to be he's he was in that league with me. There were there a lot of guys who were moved up a dog. And did good things from there and you know some guys who were just kind of around for a long time and that League to that that we learned a lot from because of their experience. So it was a really good link for me to be thought. I was the youngest guy in the league my bike at least five or six years until Joe came in and then you know, he was a little bit younger than me. So, you know, we we became really good friends and we started doing these mock broadcasts together and at major league stadiums after the season was over, you know, we go to Milwaukee and do a Brewers game or we go to Wrigley and do a Cubs game. That way we had Major League tape, you know, which was important. So it was it was really good, you know, we were able to both get out and and get to the big leagues and you know shut off on paths and let us to La for him in New York for me. And you know, I stopped in Chicago and worked at 670 The Score and you know, that was a nickname. Opportunity I did some fill-in on White Sox pre-and-post which gave me a little taste of Big League broadcasting, you know, I started doing TV then I started with Big Ten Network and change and you know kind of moved along to some stuff with ESPN and now with FS1 so no, it's.
"randazzo" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Welcome to psyched by M G This is Mary Grace Randazzo ratliff or G. for short I've been a psychotherapist in private practice for thirty two years. Now guess what everyone we all have issues so it's time to lighten up and move forward. Let's stop letting our crap control us take control of crap. Did evening everybody it's going on folks. How are you? I'm I'm I'm surviving I'm surviving you now Barbara Deal and David to you know the kids going back to school in all of the Frustration I I have the advantage because my son was going to be staying home anyway for first year and Wayne State because we're local I mean he can. We can get downtown and twenty minutes. Now Wow divine intervention with. Truly, Dave why can't I can't say was altruistic I mean we're trying to save money. Right. During this. It, it works out for now. Yes. Yeah But before we go too far in I, want everyone to know that we are on spotify part guests, Detroit Google podcast apple I guess Youtube facebook. and I need the listeners to rate. Now Code Button and hit those especially who are watching facebook or when she live. hit like comments. Let us know how we're doing and. we would really appreciate it. And I want to give your guest, the plug, we I just finished recording it well, that one won't be out yet but I think our latest episode I'm not going to try to guests motorcity hypnotise podcast. I just had to episodes hit on Tuesday. So check those out. A couple of fun ones, you know what the? Push this quick I, did one on top ten movies that make men cry..
"randazzo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Mets Marlins this afternoon twelve ten the Mets go for the four game sweep look for sixth straight win last night there once again they do it with the long ball this team is playing good baseball no two games over five hundred that's a lot better it is sure was the drills that thing new we homered Wayne Randazzo on WCBS eight eighty Todd Frazier an RBI double Pete Alonso all home run in the fifth and the math so I get the shutout win Izak Wheeler when eight scoreless for his ninth win here's wheelers teams played really good baseball twelve of thirteen eighteen and five in the last twenty three likes his team a lot get a good group of guys in hours playing hard you know the intensity is up and bites out there on the bench you know cheering for every single thing that you know goes right and even when it goes wrong there certainly picking each other up Wheeler tremendous for his ninth when we mentioned earlier Todd Frazier drove in a run early in this game Frasier will be jumping all on the fan coming up today at eleven tab on that how about yes yes Joanne and Todd series finale today Stephen mats makes the start first project city feel the twelve ten cover WCBS eight eighty and eleven thirty as for the Yankees they were in Baltimore I think we've heard all the home runs today so far there are six of them except for Didi Gregorius so what the hell Yankees beat the Orioles nine to four last night at Camden yards they moved to seventy four and thirty nine one two DD had one yes this the dawning of the age of he homers as this Danny green yeah the degree just for shore DJ lemay Hugh homers Brett Gardner homers my Takamine homers Austin Romijn homers the Yankees at a lot of home runs and they wonder yeah Roma Bahama Viet was yes last night too yes he did that as well a nine for the final score last night Graber tour is over to did leave the game with that core injury again coming back to New York to be evaluated that would be the bad news but everything else pretty good for the Yankees or a whopping thirty five games over five hundred years talk one on yes just having a blast with this club has been great you know even when a lot of baseball games another another full team effort and is it's it's all it's awesome near.
"randazzo" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits
"A team where totally 'em and if you're not if you're not happy on a team like you need to find a team that really makes you happy they turned i when i knew i was you know 'em so a gray and bringing things okay collapse or retires ads tired of so then from there where like was an ex teamer projects and they have a game i did after i get things which probably jive turkey chapters so how come when he works as a student and he was doing a he was doing georgetown players or whatever it is a he would invite local improvisers to come in and i saw a bunch of improvisers came in a and just played around and on tuesday nights we would just go in and play and like play up then that was kind ending i think for the summer over and there were five of us who really enjoy playing with each other so that was me chris all wreck 'em stephanie anderson who's now in chicago and on teachers in chicago katie klein who if she's not main stage she's close oh really of at in second city and then greer smith who is and i'm musical and a bunch of other things gotcha so we started meeting up katie hines apartment 'em angrier smith could never find parking so she just gave up she was like i can't park here there's no place the parking adam morgan she's right she's like i'm not gonna be bothered so she she is now out okay 'em so we now we've we have all these connections to the dc improv 'cause that's where all of us kind of grew grew in qatar teeth teeth like so we start doing these battles at the dc improv where it's just you just go up and it's like i'm open they have an open mike night for improv every week or every month okay so we would just go do these okay all right and so we were like all right well we need a name and katie kind goes why i've always want to be on a troop called jive turkey or like kind of names like we're like finally we're like we need the phyllis outright yeah yeah find jive turkey oh wow and and she leaves like a month later in chicago oh like saddled us what's his name in may but like it's a great name i mean it's a fun name him it's fine like we've grown into it yet but like at first it was just like oh whatever jive turkey and so we did 'em and then yeah just jive turkey for a few years still going back and forth doing stuff 'em didn't realize is a full team for people it was for people and then it was three he wants katie klein left and we did about three years here's what stephanie anderson and then she left and then we do the duo for a while then we had taylor kincaid okay chad williams duran i dunno what she changed her name few tests areas where his 'em great great performer 'em we had her on there for a little while and then we just decided that a were just gonna do okay and actually chris's like no more people that's how he talks to pry it 'em but a so yeah we just do oh and we just started doing you know these really tight released schubert grounded scenes 'em where we just follow one world 'em did you when you start doing this duo where he's doing might have seen breath a no no no we did like a montage so we still think montage and then we just started like it's kind of just it's hard it's difficult to do a montage would just do people but we were doing it 'em and then one night we just were like hey let's try something new a where we did a a scene and then we kept following so like a little bit like around where we just followed somebody or some thing okay and we kind of went around and did like five different scenes that were vaguely connected okay and then we just kept going around and doing those seen an ending it up like connected the actor's name connecting it or following like to people all the way around and stuff like that cool a we've got some really good scenes with that a or we also experiment witham you know give me a place where there are a lot of people out there could be a lot of people so we did an airplane right a or and or airport and so we did two people waiting on me 'em to people waiting for a plane and then we did the pilot and then the copilot a and then we did the stewardess curtis or flight attendants a and then we did like two people on the wing and the two other people not a you know sitting down so were playing all these characters and then we would just switch switch the characters have them crossover and have them but not only that like you know he'd be the pilot and i'd be the copilot and then we switch and highland he'd be the copilot or he be the pilot and then i'm in the back listening to what the pilots saying like look i am a lot of the ways we do that a double date does this a lot and it's very easy with the chairs 'cause you could tell who is who we just character switch and take over each other characters but like what what really kind of set us down this road was we we did we would do these really long scenes like a ten minute long scene and just like very relaxed like very like hey which is gonna do this scene is just gonna be ten minutes and were gonna go where the talk and bullshit we kept doing that and then we would break off and do other little scenes and we and finally we were just like let's keep this one scene yeah let's see what happens yeah and that's what we did and you know i'll tell you there at times i feel i love what i do with all my teams they're all very different and they all means something different to me 'em and there were different styles right someone fourteens teams right now my jive turkey among foreheads i'm on 'em sixteen robot a and then i'm on m w okay so a jive turkey is very smart very grounded very a character based which is funny because i always play the same person it's always me yeah you know what i mean a which i think that a lot a lot like especially coming up with like you know make napier was like you need to play more characters who were not you and i was just like 'em and he was great i mean like come back very quickly come back to another story yeah he a after he watched as she go okay you might think this is weird joe steve a this is a new all are names without introducing them and then he's like and somebody who's like you evaluate us and tell us what.
"randazzo" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits
"A will get into that later but 'em so so yeah we started we just killed in clashes there and then kinda i yes i took i took a class at the dc improv okay but sean yeah 'em so really never done is taken one class in dc really yeah one is it's just that one that one how is it wow from but to be fair i did five levels of you cb okay a at a later on so i wanna say like two thousand six two thousand seven okay a yeah and i i would like get on a bus and go back and forth oh you did the community the commute or i did one two three in ten tips where i just went up to new york state in new york did that for the week i did annoyance i did the intensity of an annoyance which it's basically all their top like napier ridge zone messing like all those people the noise noise is in chicago but isn't there was one in brooklyn i don't know if they're having now okay but i went to chicago did do it oh really yeah i went to chicago i took a week off and i went to chicago pago we say i know is amazingly a helpful yeah a because it was just like so about you yeah wasn't about your team it wasn't about anything else and i did workshops and i did you know so it's not that whole style is yeah and if you're styles taking care of yourselves new thing yeah and that's what it was and he was amazing he was cool because he would sit in the back while other people would teach over right and just watch 'cause he was supposed to be the first day but he got sick so he just sat in the back the first day okay and i would be and we were in the front 'em and doing it and he came off on the thursday a and he just the first day he introduced himself he's like anybody who wants to come drink i drink everyday at at at lunch look home drink and will tell stories like it was just hey hang out with mc date should he'll tell you stories and give you advice while and it was great that's really 'em end like we went in and we would go see like shows at steppenwolf at night i do like all this cool stuff like i've met people like i dunno 'em two men no show is it l h true okay and they performed at the district in profits this year i met this guy kessler who is like amazing okay 'em like the like the physicality that he does is amazing he actually taught a class of physicality sweet 'em and i'll tell you i'll tell you the best scenes but unexpected seen i've ever seen okay okay so when you're out this'll adenoid okay all right 'em and he credits this specific seed for like turning him on a physicality all right so like random of whatever yeah so the thing is you have an object in your hands a you are emotionally reacting to the object okay and there's two people on stage one and they're turning away from each other the other end of the thing okay so they are emotionally reacting right so a and then you're gonna attorney you're gonna go into a scene okay okay so he picks a pair of brass knuckles and he is just holding his fist at just like raging aging only inside right off the guy end so his seen part of who is a woman 'em a does not see him she is holding a rag and crying and.
Conforto's grand slam sends Mets past Dodgers 7-3
"Read the Mets beat. The dodgers sevens of three behind Michael Conforto grand slam in the seven slinging. Hi, Dr Delap way back Taylor is at the warning track. All that's. By cold photo today. Opposite Phil Wayne Randazzo, the Collins of CBS Stephen Matt's went six innings for the
"randazzo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Hours with Amy Lawrence. I the career grand slam for Michael Conforto of the New York Mets and they're able to take second game of that series with the dodgers dodgers, not keeping pace in terms of most wins in major league baseball. So they are now a tick behind the Astros, and the twins with thirty seven really impressive, and we're starting to see these racist, take shape, which is cool tight and L central which is how it's been for the past several years cubs. Brewers cardinals pirates reds all nodded within five games of each other for the entire division is separated by just five games. That's the closest that you'll see any of the races right now the other divisions, much more spread out and you do have some teams that are starting to separate themselves from the pack, but it's early anything can and will happen over the course of a hundred and sixty two games. Let's see how many home runs Derek Dietrich end up with, by the way, Cody Bellinger, had another home run in that loss to the New York Mets, I was listening to how he rose in Wayne Randazzo, who had that call there of the home run on the Mets radio network. And they called Cody Bellinger, you know who right now he is putting together it's two months. But he certainly putting together, the strongest case for MVP in these first two months. I know it's not the may MVP but what he's doing right now triple crown candidate and the way the dodgers are playing for sure they're calling him you know who the Mets radio network. And then when he had fly out, I think he flew out and the seventh inning when they had to ducks on the pond and Randazzo said something like, oh, no, no. How he rose made the point that, oh, well, at least t that clears it, and you don't have to face him again for another nine batters who.
"randazzo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"So stay tuned for that jets fans. Get some insight into this off season, Adam gays Sam darnold all that. Great stuff. So we're trying to figure out who the voice was for those World War Two propaganda videos because you believe it's somebody famous, right? So it would r Murrow or somebody like that I don't know. But by the way. We like Wayne Randazzo, we think he does a great job. A caller called off city sounded like it was like nineteen nineteen and went to the propaganda video stuff. So now, we're having some fun with it. Checkup and takes them out. After a couple of less than stellar starting appearances. He knuckled down and took the grad from Cincinnati. One by one including pain in the neck, wink, the way. Waker going back. He want to set sail. Go. It's day. His facial have took the have the pony town long and flowing. It was a day for that Mets fans. Cincinnati bought the train back home. Time to send little jetties familia way. Not getting the job done. Let's give him an injury. Mickey callaway. Country. Bumpkin Mickey Callaway from the deep south taking over the big city and all the Yankees, the Yankees, the baseball team, the the northeast Yankees never mind. He's from the south. Let's laugh at him. Oh, boy is funny. If I could do that for an hour. I'm not going to. Yes. But I could go to Mark in the city. What's happening? Mark. Good morning guys. First time awesome. What do you got fourth?.
"randazzo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Do we like this, Wayne Randazzo? Have we good? Yeah. He's determine absolutely I haven't heard enough of him calling again, just here the highlight. So I really don't know. I gotta hear him actually call the game and really letting him in how you're actually good together. How he had a phony commercial? They're doing a free t shirt Friday with put it in the books. He had a funny commercials. Staying in the dugout next to his daughter saying he wants to change put into in put it in the books to something more modern like swipe, right or put it on the Graham. And how does it really funny? I have not explaining it on the Graham. But he does a really good job in the books is good. I saw the t-shirt promo that they're playing, and Gary was mentioned that he might have to carve out some extra time because people are going to want to sign the t shirt. Yup. So we'll see how does that. This Friday is doing it's going to be mobbed by thousands. He might like Joe on the subway or at the garden, and he goes there could be mobbed by God knows how many. Yeah. Here's Mickey Callaway. Talking about Wheeler with a cool accomplishment. Seven scoreless innings five at ball eleven strikeouts. Two run double the home run as well. It sounds like he was the first pitcher to ever throw a hundred and hit a ball hundred. That was the first pitcher ever to do that. So that was that put him over the top. It seems like no he was he was in. That's a real step, by the way, not making that up hundred miles an hour on seriously folks thing on. And you get the sense before staring at him. Your mom so fat when she sits around the house, you really sits around the house, get it. Anyway. Here's Wheeler thrilled to contribute with the bat. Not just on the mound. You know pitches. Obviously, I, but we work lot hitting and we take pride in it. And you want to go there and do well as a staff, and then they have whether it's him or Syndergaard or Jacob degrom. Even Steven Matts can swing it to. Here's Todd Frazier. He had a grand slam in this game. He says it was sort of embarrassing the fills wanted him up with the bases loaded. The second time they intentionally walked somebody to get some time to step up and. I've been doing my whole life. And it's just one of those things where I hid it. I'm like come on get out get out, and it did and it was real exciting. So hopefully. If that happens again, I'm ready to rock now in the ninth inning. This game was long over was nine nothing. Couple of two men out Jacob rim closed the game. But also through a Reese Hoskins, not once but twice. And so it'll be interesting to see if you get any fireworks tonight. Jason Vargas, taking on Vince Velazquez on WCBS, eight eighty at six thirty s mention the it's now thirteen and ten as they move ahead of the Phillies for first place NBA play-offs. The nets were no match whatsoever. For the Sixers last night is their season came.
"randazzo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To check in their video room. And we're waiting for some kind of signal from the NATs. Dosier walks off the field. Davey Martinez waiting waiting waiting waiting. And Tony Randazzo finally impatience as you gotta tell me are you challenging or not. And they are a challenge. I don't know our first look very close play that left hand from dosier reaching toward the bag. Crawford took the growth dropped the glove down quickly on the forearm. We'll see if the empire's in New York have a better look than the one that we just saw as often happens on these kind of things key was what was the original call the call was out. So they'll have to have something conclusive that says no that was the wrong call if they can overturn it. And I don't know the the the one angle we saw if that was inclusive. Gresham was his fingertips on the bag or not at the moment. That Crawford tagged him. And maybe the figurative hit the bag split-second before the tag. Maybe not they're gonna make a decision quickly. It looks like he is out the call up held. Fans are outraged. They are there was there was one angle on the big video board that made it look like maybe got there just ahead of the tag. But then when you watched another angle, I think the call was the correct one just barely. But I think it was. Very very close as excellent throw. And the giants get the caught stealing two down on a pitch that was a ball. So the count is three to one Soto with now two outs and bases. Empty nationals. One giants.
"randazzo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Here on after hours. We end every show the same way. I just laid down the law. You know it. He's love it. Now, we're cracking it up a notch. After hours presents the best highlights. Gives it. Sizzling reaction. Thanks for taking my call. Appreciate sports show. I'm very excited. I'm always excited if he'd stayed in Cleveland. Of the week. Here's. On the way from records and to growl too, high fly ball the teeth right back goes Harare. He's in front of the fence that Paul is gone. The Mets pancake wrong. Read says second career home run the Mets take to nothing lead here in the third that rob will try again the three two two walnut slaying. Pray. Jake degrom struck out the side here at the seven he has a career high. Team strikeouts. I knew I hit it. Well, it was really high. I thought I thought I got it. But it wasn't sure. You know, it's deep out there. So I wasn't really sure with how high it was. I felt pretty good at the plate. Surprisingly. Jacob degrom. You know, it's the. That time when you have to hear my least favorite sports cliche. He helped his own cause he did though his second career home run and then a career high fourteen strikeouts. And that results in the boom moment of the week when you're ERA is zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero well, then yes, in fact, you get to be the boom moment of the week, Wayne Randazzo on the Mets radio network as long as he's pitching. They're good. Who knows about the rest of the time? We'll see what are the Mets start last year eleven one. So until they get past the first month and less. It's Jacob degrom..
Brewers, Cincinnati and Jimmy Nelson discussed on Clark Howard
"Delivers line twenty. Centerfield Hamilton on the move still on the move turns around looks up, it's, off, the
Boston Red Sox acquire Nathan Eovaldi from Tampa Bay Rays for Jalen Beeks
"Yankees last night in exchange for three prospects and the Red Sox reportedly answer today has the socks go, out and acquire Nathan of all the from the Tampa Bay rays evolved the the ability to. Rack up some strikeouts we saw him shut down the Mets a couple of. Weeks ago so the Red Sox Not wasting much time going right back at the Yankees as far. As that is concerned Sandy pre-game show interviews with Wayne Randazzo myself visit seven ten w. o. r. dot, com slash, Matt's. Catch, up, on everything you missed as, far as the Mets go today a metro sorry oh again leading off for the Mets and it's a nice. Job in that spot over the, last, couple of nights getting the opportunity against left handers the. Other item of note Jeff Nielsen how is not in the starting lineup for the mats Mickey Callaway explained various reasons for it. From the, fact there's a left hander, on. The hill for the San Diego Padres too you know keeping guys like Jose Ramos sharp Andreas. Gets the start at third base Boy But, you we'll hope the moving forward get some looks at Jeff McNeil's second base third, base and you start to see what's there in the. Future I think that's what fans are looking to see MacDill what he stepped up to the plate last night for his big league debut in a nice ovation from Mets, fans then first pitch and his first major league, hit but not in the lineup. Today Clayton Richard goes for the Padres Corey Oswald on the, hill still looking for his first win this season for the New. York. Mets that'll do it here for Mets on. Deck I'll be back with the after the post game. Show Wayne Randazzo has the pre-game show starting up and.
New York Mets, Cadillac and Sarande Cadillac discussed on Nuvo Fat Loss
"On deck here's Pete McCarthy subway series. Day too and here's, a lot. Happening with these New York Mets right now a possible trade, in the works for their closer. Jerry's familiar good their star player, need surgery that could keep him out for close. To a year A lot to dive into here for, the next twenty. Minutes and then we'll, get you out the Yankee Stadium pregame show with. Wayne Randazzo starting up at twelve twenty five another rivalry game for the Mets here, against the, Yankees that's brought to you by serandon Cadillac the Cadillac of Cadillac dealers visit them online at, Sarande Cadillac. Dot.
New York Mets bat out of order in first inning against Cincinnati Reds
"Can't do that do we have that any longer for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred enquiring minds what are now here on k s f o okay so the other stories in the news this morning oh major league baseball team made an embarrassing mistake that you rarely see at the high level highest levels of play i want to know about this sherry please callers or check yet but i'd rather hear from jim's john stolas cut employees the new york mets cost themselves a first inning rally in their game against the reds in cincinnati when they batted out of order wilmer flores came to the plate second for the mets while as dribble cabrera hit third however after cabrera hit a twoout double reds manager jim riggleman came out and inform the empires that on the lineup card provided to the empires and managers before the game the order of those two players was reversed wealthy san someone hit out of place he's out wow cabrera place tv broadcast duo of wayne randazzo and keith hernandez on s n y said it's very unusual for this to happen in a big league game something that happens in major league baseball once every couple of years i have not seen it in a very long time i'm john stolnis gets because it only usually should be happening in little league at the heck who wasn't paying attention to their six.
New York Mets bat out of order in first inning against Cincinnati Reds
"End of next year i'm clayton neville it's eleven till a major league ball team made an embarrassing mistake that you rarely see at the highest levels of play correspondent john stolnis has more new york mets cost themselves a first inning rally in their game again the reds in cincinnati when they batted out of order wilmer flores came to the plate second for the mets while as drubel cabrera hit third however after cabrera hit a twoout double reds manager jim riggleman came out and inform the empires that on the lineup card provided to the empire's and managers before the game the order of those two players was reversed someone hit out of place he's out wow cabrera place tv broadcast duo of wayne randazzo and keith hernandez on s y said it's very unusual for this to happen in a big league game something that happens in major league baseball once every couple of years i have not seen it in a very long time i'm john stolnis wow it's ten till now more sports with robert workman nba final four is all set the eastern conference semifinals locked up last night when the celtics edged out the seventy sixers one fourteen one twelve in boston to win that series in five games back and forth all night twenty one lead changes the most in any playoff game so far this year before boston went on an eight oh run in the.