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Bader's Infield Single Lifts Cardinals Past Giants 2-1
"Harris invaders check swing single one off the glove first baseman Lamont Wade junior bringing home the deciding run in the seventh inning the cardinals to one win over the giants the card received four shutout innings from their bullpen with Alex ray is getting the final three outs for his twenty second save in as many chances voted in the last hour I mean two walks is not ideal it's not what you want to go out and do you know you want to pound the zone but fortunately you know was able to bounce back and get the job done Paul the young Homer for the cardinals and Matt carpenter sparked the go ahead rally with a double Geren roughly deep for the giants who dropped two of three in each series with the red birds this season the giants continue to lead the NL west by one game over the Dodgers I'm Dave very
"red birds" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Against the Memphis red birds, one of those jerseys is headed for display at Cooperstown. WSB news time. Nine. Oh, three live team coverage of traffic and weather and it's back to smiling Mark McKay and triple team traffic. We're seeing increased volume on Atlantis bypass due to this red alert in northeast Atlanta that he sighed predators now stacking up for my 20 and spots past Highway 78. That's much better than getting stopped in the bumper to bumper traffic on the connector. North bound, leaving. I 20 Still have always shut down 85 north with an ongoing crash investigation. Four plus hours in northeast Atlanta. 85 North bound traffic North East 17th Street funneled onto the Beaufort Spring connector that is jamming I 75 South down in northwest of Ladder back before how old mill road keeping watch on that ride into and through the northern suburbs. Actually, France comes It's not too bad. They're light for now, down 85 75 in Georgia 400 but heads up in Canton. They're shutting down 1 40 hickory flat highway between Scott and Univ. ETA roads avoid that that's already starting to back things up and up. Barrow County Highway to 11 remains shut down with the truck crashed Just over. I 85 triple team traffic. 25.5 WSB This'd w e media ranches Kirk Mellors. Scattered showers and thunderstorms. Developing late afternoon and evening high around 87 Low's 59 to 63 73 degrees in midtown Atlanta at 904. I'm Marcie Williams 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Live from the heart of Atlanta, Georgia and beyond. Our one of the Von Hessler doctrine begins right now. I am your lovable huggable mid morning chat host Eric von Hassler. The other voices you hear are the doctrine. Ares Man of 1000 voices. Tim Andrews is out, still welcoming his new human.
Gant Sharp for 6 Innings, Cards Send Reds to 6th Loss in Row
"John get allows three hits and strikes out five over six innings in the cardinals two to nothing win over the Reds at bush stadium gets now wanted to the St Louis RBIs coming from Nolan arenado and Andrew Kistner who gets the start behind the plate with Yadier Molina sitting with soreness in his right foot I've been prepared every single day and I think it does allow me to kind of just rolling to the starts in one you know I'm just I'm just being prepared for it whatever this team needs and that's what I'm a do for one sixty two point Miley takes the loss he's not too into the red birds have a record of ten and ten while the Reds lose their sixth in a row and it dropped ten of thirteen after six and one start hi Mike Reeves
Arenado's late HR lifts Cards over Brewers in home debut
"No one ever knows two run home run in the eighth inning steps a one one tie it leads the cardinals past the first three to one in the red birds home opener the home runs the second of the season for the third baseman it comes off of relief pitcher drew Rasmussen the card is also gonna run scoring single off the bat of Tyler o'neill neither starting pitcher figures in the decision with the purse Corbin Burnes tossing six shutout innings allowing one hit while striking out nine St Louis starter Adam Wainwright allows one run over five innings pitched the cardinals have won four straight and I have a record of five to two Milwaukee is three and four Mike Reeves St Louis
Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt Issues Statement
"Executives at polish video game publisher project s a took responsibility for the buggy release of the highly anticipated titles. Cyberpunk twenty seventy seven this week telling staff on friday in an email obtained by bloomberg that they will receive their full bonuses no matter how the game is reviewed previously. Cd project developers were told they would receive extra pay based on the game's critical performance. Cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. Which came out. Thursday is one of one of the year's biggest games and a monumental relief for the polish publisher which only makes a few titles every few years may only make new titles every few years the sci-fi role playing game sold more than eight million copies in preorders before launch and has been acclaimed for its mechanics and story but slammed for the number of glitches bucks as a friday cyberpunk. Twenty seventy seven had had a ninety out of one hundred on the review. Aggregation website metacritic a strong score that has nonetheless disappoint shareholders if that score dips below ninety. It may no longer meet the threshold. That cd project had originally set for bonus payouts quote. We initially had a bonus system that was focused on the game's ratings and the and the release date but after consideration we believe that measure is simply not fair under the circumstance wrote Adam hausky studio head and creative director for cyberpunk twenty seventy seven an email the saf quote. We underestimated links an complexity involved to make this a reality and still you. You could to deliver an ambitious special game. End quote. The bonus system see project read. You are project. I'm sorry use for developers working on cyberpunk twenty seventy seven complicated every month. Team leaders at the company gave out tokens styled after the studios logo a red bird to members of their team. They felt deserved. According to three current and former employees those tokens would have been transferred into bonuses. If the game met certain criteria like critical acclaim in a timely release under the new system those payouts will be guaranteed. Even though cyberpunk twenty seventy seven was delayed and the review score has been mixed this performance. Bonus comes on top of regular annual profit. Sharing payouts tim What is your reaction to all of this way the you. Where are you right now on your cyberpunk journey. I know tomorrow we're recording. A games cast patriot. Dot com slash. Kind of funny games. It's you it's me. It's probably amy. It's going to be blessing. We're bringing in paris lily. We're gonna have everybody. They're talking about what they've done in cyberpunk. So i don't wanna i don't know is the kids say you know. Don't blow your load portillo. Even i mean just tell me a bit of what you think. I am absolutely loving cyberpunk twenty seventy seven when early shocking for me a lot of that again not to go too deep into this but it is surprisingly linear for me so far with with how i'm playing the game and on my l. This is actually. I'm i'm really digging story and i i am lucky enough to be playing it on a super high end computer with thirty eighty graphics cards so i'm not getting the problems that everyone else is getting. I'm still getting a ridiculous amount of bugs. Like crashes way too often and just the game is so buggy that i'm not sure sometimes if things are intended or not and like that to me is the biggest. Where am i something. We'll be having on my. Is that like a weird glitch affect supposed to be there because it cyberpunk or is there something wrong and it's gotten to the point that it is definitely hindering. My experience with it adds. I like the game. Don't love the game. that's and i i want to love the game. There's so much there but all of this fucking bullshit like regardless of my experience liking this game. It's like this game should not have shipped and the way that it shipped is ugly like this is all bad and this this letter here is. We've talked for years about wanting more transparency from developers from publishers. For everybody honestly everyone every side of it. This is fame transparency. This this is like a lies straight up lies. It's a fabrication of the reality of what their actual intent is this to say. This is even trying to save face. I think is going too far. Like i don't even truly understand the point of this statement.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson acquires XFL
"What What the rock is cooking, weighing the rock Johnson and the Red Bird capital are buying the XFL for $15 million purchase came just hours before a planned auction was scheduled to start the deal contingent on board approval. But the Rock says his passion for the game and his desire to take care of the fans played into his decision to invest in the league. For coming approach. Wrestler and actor Johnson played college football for the Miami Hurricanes that sports on
"red birds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Couple of business things here. I didn't get to. I want to mention this. The owner of Men's warehouse And Joseph, a bank has filed for bankruptcy. I would guess that the one of the fallouts from the Corona virus with a lot of people working from home is you don't need a lot of business clothes. You don't need a lot of them. So that probably has led to the filing for bankruptcy. I would I would think there, traffic is down. We'll let you know how that goes. It's not like they're closing up shop yet, but they are closing of stores. There's no question about that. And then there was this. Do you remember the X F ell in both incarnations, the latest of which Was this past spring, It was cut short because of the covert outbreak, Vince McMahon invested $800 million of his own money. Went bankrupt. A company called Red Bird Capital, has now bought the remnants of the XFL for 15. $1,000,000.800,000,015 million dollars. Guess who. One of the big investors is. The rock. Dwayne Johnson. Little Business news for you on this Monday, Straight ahead, Ellen de generous Has there ever been somebody that has just Imploded as much as she and her show of imploded over the last week. We'll get into that next and whether that show can be saved on 700 WLW. News, Traffic and Weather News Radio, 700 W. Ell delegate Cincinnati Will the Cincinnati public schools change their plan for the fall with the 11 30 report.
Dallas mother, 8-year-old daughter dead in apparent murder-suicide
"Virus and Dallas police are investigating an apparent murder suicide that claimed the lives of a mother and her eight year old kid chief Renee hall says officers were in a standoff with the thirty five year old woman when she opened fire the mother and the daughter later found dead inside the home I'm hi crest drive in the red bird area it's believed the incident started with an argument between the mother and the
"red birds" Discussed on Cultivating Place
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"red birds" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"Back to our conversation with Anne Kirk and redbird restorative gardens sharing her uncle division of place with all of us This is cultivating place conversations on Natural History Street and the human impulse to garden. We're back now to our conversation. With any Kirk of redbird restorative gardens. When we left off we had just heard the the story of how her work took on the name? Red Bird Restorative Gardens as we come back she shares the foundational lessons of of her previous garden to her work and goes on to share her empathic process in helping people listen to and relate to the spaces cultivating meeting so my process in working with people is there is a true process so yeah you call me. We talk but there's a sense. I think that that is where fire. Lie Career my experiences has brought me is that are we standing as individuals spirits or standing in a place where we have a shared language and appreciation for space in nature in Earth and the spirit of the space. Now folks who find me aren't necessarily or as attuned maybe as I am to the genius Loci of space and they find me to be their translator to translate their hearts into space ace and their goals for rich transformation transition. So seeing that that landscape becomes uh-huh this laboratory to go back to that to be this collaborative Ori- where it can nurture and and then they nurture it so there's separation the divide is is closed so that process is at the front end the fun on and we spent a lot of time just being with one another and talking and sharing and for me. It's there is no small talk and there is no artificial space making taking the. I'm not I'm not really capable of either of those things. I've learned that in my career to let that go There are others. That can take the trends sounds peace and they can they can take the instant landscapes they can. They can do that. And that's all well served for for them but for me as we enter in relationship relationship. We're we're in this for a while we're going to curate. The space and on our design team is a part of me that translates the voice of Nature as an impact that you know. What am I reading sensing? What's the reverence in the spirit of this place? And that's what helps inform our design. So when I asked what's your style I laugh often like What do you mean like today or do you mean unlike lifestyle in terms of shoes? I'm wearing today I can give you that but if you ask me. My design style design style is your soul your heart your dreams your losses. Those that's what that's what my style is is to take that in reconnect you with nature so that that you then can experience more profound reverence for yourself and for space in for nature the sanctity it sanctity so my process at the front end is Is Get to know Ya. That's what I call. Yeah so I call. My initial consultations are get to know you get to know one another a little bit a little bit more and let me let me be on site to sense since and is close to your heart is I could be can help translate how you can start infusing your space. So it feels more like sanctuary and reflects the sanctuary that you're seeking seeking within so sanctuary insight. What is the inside that I could provide you in your sideline big? How and Wendy you bring in in the plants as symbols and companions in this process so the process the process? You know what I my clients will tell you is that I'm not talking to you about plants anytime soon. Right first thing. First thing we're GONNA do it's GonNa talk about you have that space becomes you how it becomes you. And so that's the first thing and so two for me not at this point it at age to you know this card nitty this. The one of the most fascinating and crude is experiences. I've had it has Is In this deep sort of site analysis that there is wind here. There is when I am dealing with an element of wind in this garden. Craciun that I have never experienced experience and so I am a That's that's not even to speak of the rabbits coyotes and the deer the wind. It has been like the first first thing to cheat to to sort of Stand with as opposed to battle against to stand with like okay so this becomes a wind garden and then for me where I go is. Okay what is that a message of for me at this point in my life. What does that represent? You know what what do the ancients say about wind what is what does the aesthetic that can than I can. I can tap into that borrows at energy of wind so at this stage agent at two. How many how many more planets do I need to stay? Stay up today so oh okay. There goes all of the fall color blown off going across the field. There goes my color okay. I have found found myself standing out like in the middle disorder. Like laughing like okay so I'm trying to control you. Oh that's interesting stinging. Let me try that again but in terms of when it comes to plant material for myself honestly as a designer at a little bit careful to check myself about how plant T I WANNA get with line. It's my clients. Want to get help planned to. They WANNA get By how planty is not just how many we want to bring into his face. But I believe that. Our relationship connective Lee so as a community and the Lee. I'd like to believe that we understand that plants or medicine period but when we go on into sort of an individual level each person has a different sort of bye-bye with plants. And you know. I may think that you know this particular Ito. Peony is the bomb. But for some reason you know that seat head is is undesirable. Oh for a client so for me or in the plant discussion we get we down in deep into. Here's that plant moves through its seasons and I'm checking and watching and listening about that peel inside appeal to your senses. And so that's done in a static and also so a deeper level and then we're looking at those recipes plant recipes What is it that we can bring into your space suits your transformation your groves? What are the sort of? I like to columnist. You know mantras one of the plants the mantra that these plans are suggesting to you. And that's Sir that's separate from me since I don't have a style. It's what is the essence. What is the spirit that you want these plans to help create for you in this space and so so it's it's constantly going back between the stomach and the medicine? The Soda Can Medicine Medicine. As in the essence the flower essence the the plant essence the energy that the plant brings to the space. And what is was I call them outfits one of the plant outfits that were creating now now now what will we want to bring in later. Always leaving leaving opportunity to curate that garden as we come to understand because once you put a plant in the garden and it's not a chair right. It's not a chair. It's don't just GonNa sit there at plant has life of its own and do you. You find that the get to know year phase the intuitive reading of of the person you're working with and the space in which and with which they are developing this sanctuary inside out. It sounds like it's as much about about how space is laid out as it is about how light moves through it about how weather moves through it at and maybe either one one of or any one of these different lenses that we are given by the garden or outside space. Even if it's not a you know official garden may come to the fore for you based on who you're who you're working within. What their goals in kind of desires are is that rate that his right? That's that's I think the the key word in that is lens so as I'm spending time with someone in that just the intuitive reading getting I'm shifting my lens of is constantly one one is what are the practicalities consistent. We have to be practical about this use of the space because I really believe in and sort of What's the load what's the load that has space can just like what's the load that we can bear so this one so there's Lens Lens shifting that is constantly occurring on listening and une listening Listening to with that person is saying couple saying what family family is conveying the developers conveying never and unplugged. And I'm too thin. I'm listening and I'm reading the landscape. I'm reading the landscape scape on different levels. Truly I'm I'm reading that through the different elements through light through win through sound. I'm using using all of my senses to pick up on and help translator interpret want this landscape is saying saying it's capable what is its carrying capacity. And when I've had the pleasure being more historic properties where there has there is designed to be renewed. There is often for me some messages. I don't really know how else to capture that for you. There's just a sense that I pick up on a C that helps me rela- to the client. This is inherent in your space. This is you we know. This is what I'm reading about this case and and this is what that's face actually asking for in terms of your stewardship and at that point I'm a bridge between the person and place and that's what I believe. Good site analysis is is that when we are where we are with site eight and it goes to you can't bomb Russia's camp bound brushless notes important when let's say you purchase a new property right whether it's been stripped down in its new development or if it's revered in one hundred plus years old I tell clients when they call me were so excited we'd just got under how slow with another Pettah. I say great great and you call me. Call me six months. Because it's it's important for me that you know something about your site you've witnessed something about it and that that's that's where we can start conversation sterling that connection. I like that I think about analogies with our human relationships and I think about your You know your first loves of that Red Dream and that jade plant and and how imprinted they are. You're in your mind and heart and you know it is not dissimilar to our first loves in in human form and you know. Those early fumbling starts with love relationships. And what it's like to be trying to get to know your piece of land. Those first two three eight years and those awkward first kisses as it were and So when you when you think back over your your own evolution on this empathic pathway And you see an witness what you do with people on this path for themselves. Were no matter where they might be on it. Why is this? It's important any. Why is this important them individually? Why is it important in our world? Do you think that we strive to be this. Intentional and this thoughtful with our gardens and their their spaces New Must be inside inside my brain as crowded in there so to see. You're comfortable no I I. I was asked this question in a little bit different way just recently Sharing with a mentor course idea online course idea that I have been concentrating and choose reflecting back to me. You know her her thoughts and none of like like when you go into your thesis adviser near Les Idea so a release for me so she was sharing her thesis vacancy. She said you know there's two parts to this. Would you be okay. If this first part of people recognizing you know their connection with nature Their sense of sanctuary within now it's tied to nature. Would you be okay with some like not moving on from there because you really two distinct parts the second part being let's create the space together you know. Let me let me help you coach you through this. So part one part two. And would you be okay if this is if this point sanctuary within is as far as people go with you and she had some reasons why out that similar to your question at least for me and my response to her to you would be yes this. Why is this important orange? This is important because when we meet ourselves particularly those of us who are who are so stupid at taking taking good care of others when we need ourselves and find that the only safe.
"red birds" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"Way way that honors and honor Sel and that is how Red Kirk became restorative. And I like I like that story when you get a good teacher you get a really good teacher stays with you for your entire life. Yeah Yeah I'm Jennifer dual and this is cultivating place. Any Kirk became a restorative stored if Gordon designer coach and bridge for people to their lands after several long life lessons on where we find. Line Sanctuary which is as much about nurturing the gardens within us as the gardens external to us. We'll be right back for more stay. Stay with us so so thinking out loud this week. I am now back in my own home garden from my first big public events of the year the first for the Sacramento -Cremento Perennial Plan Society. And the second for the Hardy Plant Society of Oregon. I sold out event at which I had the great honor and joy. -Joy of meeting three hundred of you. What energizing community and common ground the reception around the new book book the Earth in her hands which I was able to share the first advance copies of has left me kind of speechless and really humbled but also so clear very very clear.
"red birds" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"My garden and this is true of most gardeners. I know this conversation with Anne me is bringing up so many interconnected and human threads for me how my mother would walk through her garden in her mind while she. He was undergoing chemotherapy treatments how I found solace most completely after her death by either being in the garden puttering slowly or laying on the couch and watching the trees move against the sky outside my living room window. It brings up the research. We we heard reported from Florence Williams in the nature fix of just having images of green outdoor spaces and plants reduced the anxiety -iety and stress of urban high rise workers. It's reminding me of Dean Kuyper in his family memoir. The deer camp drawing correlations between inside and outside in terms of our human mental health being directly reflected by the chaos a US and disease in our natural planetary environment and of course it brings up Robin Wall cameras call to us all to return to a relationship of mutuality and reciprocity and responsibility with the lands in our lives public or private of it. It is the last week of January the first new moon and the Lunar New Year are behind us. The novelty of twenty twenty twenty has settled into more of familiarity but the growing season. Well that is still in front of us. Shiny an inviting our mental and our cultural and our environmental health is there for all of us to nurture sure inside and out now back to our conversation with any Kirk and redbird restored of gardens. This is vague place conversations on natural history the and the human impulse to garden. We're back now with any Kirk of Red Bird Restorative Gardens. We left off with any having shared with us her. A personal childhood experiences coming to realize how gardens and nature can provide sanctuary for us inside and out and and as we come back she shares how this translated into helping herself and others create such spaces and that garden. It held our home up. It also wounded our home each vignette of that garden Had a different story the different color line but different story line and you know it was a place. I brought people to teach them to demonstrate and it was definitely just so important mightily important when we think about healing gardens is it was my my laboratory. It was my laboratory not just Oh. Is that enough sunlight for that plant or don't need to change the irrigation on that plant. Nono I'm talking about the created the divine coming through and the sort of plant recipes putting this with that. How does that look? How do they feel anal together? What sort of view does that mean? One interaction my having with nature was wildlife. It became a laboratory for creativity so creativity. We're talking about healing gardens. It's it's missing beat myth heartbeat. It's the it's this amazing magical saying the nature. Her allows enforces to tap into. He's a creativity Win At brain goes off line and that laboratory Tori that card in that laboratory. It allowed me to go off. Line be created to be connected connected. Did in as I see it as I'm moving motioning my hands connected with divine. Come whatever you called behind in your of inaccurate. But it's it. Was this laboratory for connection. Deep Connection in that pathway from the lessons are are guard the so many lessons are gardens. have to offer us if we are present and open to them and sometimes even if we're not sometimes the garden and knocks over the head and says you have to learn this lesson right now but it is interesting to me how it was the losing of that get physical space. The transitioning away from that physical space allowed you to access some of its most important lessons. And and of course as you've intimated anyone who has transitioned away from garden in their life may may know they are like any loved one. They're transitioning away from the physical nature of them in many ways brings brings a much greater presence as much as it is an absence and that I have found with my long past mother. I have found with several all of my past gardens and I think those are interesting lessons for us to be awake to pay attention to so walk us is through or describe for us what led you to moving away from bio medical field and sociology policy and putting those two integration into founding. Red Bird restorative garden design. It's a great story. Thank you for asking I was. It's about loss it's about the beautiful beautiful beautiful piece of loss. I was pursuing a different career idea and and I was on a magic carpet. Ride A in in a relationship. The relationship was exiting fast New Fence knife found myself on a Relationship Hiatus it had been prescribed to myself my partner at the time time that we just take a break from one another to sort some things out then after ninety days we would come back and see see where we were at During that ninety days that I returned to gardening and this is this is back sometime. This is in the late eight ninety and I created this entire guard. I just went to town in Tucson Arizona. Mind you I'm. I'm from Pacific Northwest. So isn't a completely different ecosystem. In went to town Tucson. Arizona is kind of a song that put together put together discarded and the time. I'm tediously grieving this like change. That's coming in this relationship. I can sense that deeply like uh-huh there's a change there's a loss here Having become familiar with that loss because I had just lost my father the the feeling of loss And I was in knee-deep in therapy and knee deep in this garden credence gardening. All I could do was just create. Create this garden in. That's what I needed to do. And I can remember two instances one. I'm digging a hole to plant a selby a- and after done massive amount of research about that zone when I complain in that zone I put together plant Palette all of this digging that hole and I hear you are a mother the what is that about. What is that WHO said that you had one of those moments? You are another another to the earth okay. So that's really curious. Have I signed this experience and then the other experiences I have a friend come over and helps me hook up this irrigation system. I'd done an an old complete sort of in line Tripura Gatien system and he's helping me connected with a backflow mind you. This is not my background at at the time and he says to me any. There's a landscape architecture program at the University of Arizona. You seem to have a knack for this. You might consider checking it out and through the process of checking it out the day I applied for that program Graham After doing research on healing gardens I wanted to put together to piece together. What was going on is the day that relationship ended came to a conclusion and I was standing at the crossroads saying okay? I'm healing by interacting with garden. I know from my previous experience working with folks with persistent mental illnesses. That when they were on the landscape crew they required less medication and they were you know they seem to express higher quality of life and they smoked less less cigarettes. It's I'm wondering is there must be a connection here that we don't need to go all the way to hospitalization before we find the garden right and is there a way for me to enter into this field of landscape architecture. And study agree proponent healing gardens while yes there is so then I enroll and I'm in my first studio. I'm in a room. A design studio coming from a science background around our Studio full of artists in creativity in. We're giving her first studio project. A make believe project and I don't you know a you know a scale from a tenths and were assigned this assignment and this is the sort of assignment where this is. Where you're you're GONNA stay in this program or you're not GonNa things this program and we can call it? A true initiation is what what happened for Major for at that point is I stay up and I pull an almost an all nighter and I'm attempting to do what other people are doing and looking around and I'm like trying to put together this design and I decided I need to go like a couple of hours sleep before you present in front of a jury true design school experience. And so I- Konate. I take a little Siesta and I mean a little Siesta and I have this sort of dreamlike memory capacity of being kindergarten again five years old Quebec Iranians. I have this experience standing in and I'm seeing myself in kindergarten presenting going to this class. My coloring that I had done that day it was a red bird and when I presented it to the class they laughed at me and I can remember Mrs Latin. She put her her hand on my shoulder and she tapped it and said. Don't worry any there are redbirds to in that for me was my initiation into the design world that I could come in as is an outlier a rebel and I could come into this design round and I could speak for the redbirds. I could speak for those. That aren't necessarily seeing. That aren't necessarily heard and we could create safe-space awesome. That began this. This redbird experience that we with the redbird way talk to contractors. There's always a redbird project. Yeah it's Red Guard project we do it. Redbird.
"red birds" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"Committing coming to realize that everybody had that opportunity which becomes the scene for me all along and brings me to the season of my life? Now where where the season of caring for an older adult with Alzheimer's and dementia caring for my mom being Karen Bass address and caring for our toddler or two point nine year old has Mandy Sandwich of sandwiches in that sandwich generation generation. And there's let's just say a lot that goes on in a day and having moved and this is a really big AAC turning point for me. We moved to our farm where we are now. Two years ago and I moved away from gardens. I moved away from my beautiful full cultivated sacred gardens to a farm and so I left a very healing external environment to environment that is very rural and big wide open space. In that moment I figured out out. Ouch ouch. Where's the context? Where's the context in which I see myself that I'm able to identify myself? What people do when they don't have their gardens for the first time in my career I was like what is this? What is this strange place? It doesn't have gardens and has loved this rural farm experience and is going to take time to cultivate. So Oh my gosh. What do I do in the meantime? Where do I find my sanctuary? And at that moment the universe response and says hey hey dear any any my little red bird this. There's what we need to do. We need to turn to the.
"red birds" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"This is cultivating place conversations on natural history and the human impulse to garden from north state public radio in northern California. I'm Jennifer Joel. As we look toward. The heart felt month of February on the near side. Of which is the dormant and root growth focused season of winter and on the far side. Of which is the temptation and Electricity of Spring Spring in the not too distant future. We're joined this week by p any kirk owner and founder of redbird restorative word of gardens. Reminding us that it is in finding sanctuary in the garden that is us in healing ourselves selves. I we can best help. Heal the many wounds of the world any rights your space can be your Hallelujah Alleluia. Backup choir to your restorative life where notes of peaceful and sacred nourish ship are sung long for you your senses and the needs of your heart. Any joins us today from her home and Garden Farm in Oregon. Welcome any thank you for this time. The stays yeah. I'm really excited to connect with you and for people out there. That might not be familiar with your work and your way in this world give us a little bit of a view into your plant and garden life right now right now so that has the in the season. That's that's the seasonal speak for me I and I'm currently practicing my craft here in the beautiful beautiful state of Oregon and In this season of my career I have the privilege of stewarding landscapes for wellbeing and helping helping those. That are very similar. My shoes my I boots them speak that are the. Oh the highly sensitive types that are often knee deep in carrying for others. Whether that's it's recognized or not recognized but we're the keepers of all moving parts and and as effector 's having having a safe place sacred place that that is nourishing that reminds us of our true nature. That's that's that's the work on currently doing and feel so privileged to do. Is that really gets to that piece of wellbeing so that we can go go on take good care of others so so I have this privileged and to work with folks to keep those spaces spaces as keepers of all the moving parks and enjoy of it. The joy of it. Yeah to not to not always is be centered in the the hard slog of it. which so much of life can be But but to focus on the joy of it and the moments that really fuel us and you you do this work any in a couple of different ways so I'd love you to walk people through the different branches of what you do and and and I'm not even sure I know all of them but I am very familiar failure with your Your landscape design consultation work with with clients with your really really what I find very peaceful encouraging mentorship in this way of being on social media. And where where I happened to find US instagram. And then I know you do this on a personal basis in your own life as kind of seed from which you lead out into the wider world Said thank you when you know there armony branches. I think that's you know what's what is above is so below that means there's many routes there's many routes to this work that I do. Okay and on one side. There's a deep an unwavering Magic that that keeps me focused on the idea that we are deeply connected to nature we we have nature nature as our backdrop as our alleluia choir. Absolutely as our flash mob our supporters. So this idea of restorative the the word that's within the name of my company restorative is certainly restorative in terms of our relationship with nature. And how we treat and respect. This planet restorative in the renaissance of that connection connection. But it's also an opportunity. You know my work with restorative landscapes creating restore of landscapes is to restore the the sacredness within to recognize that that we are a secret ecosystem system onto ourselves. So when. I'm working with someone whether it be through coaching. Or mentorship or one on one design. The there's layers the mcharg match it right layers in how we approach that relationship in that repair so that that we can simultaneously sometimes known or unknown we can simultaneously. He'll landscape and and heal ourselves so restorative landscapes piece was. I can I to me in the career in this is my third career career. I come from a biomed and social work background and so bringing those two ranch or having those two branches has really helped me on on the Science Geek side. The part of me that really geeks out about what's going on physiologically with us as we are entering into spaces that I have a feeling a sense of awe like what's going on with all the work that is done on the healing garden side the theory and the the evidence based research that that's delicious stuff. That's how I entered in to into this realm of what I believe elitist by my wife's calling is to bring that mental piece at the emotional aspect as well as a physical aspect. What's the healing that can occur? That's fantastic and delicious. That's what brought me to where I am now. which entered entered into by live on non like many people that are in kind of a fifty some now crisis but Weiss's like wine? My dear sister assist was going on. What is Is the sole level. Right is this. Let's start really talking more about the mysterious various the intuitive be instinctual pieces that we know to be true. And how how can I anti redbird. How can I help translate that? How can I help translate that so I've started to In my own life this last year and a half due to personal circumstances than happy to share about that lead to this none like many others family related is that in order for this landscape than I'm interacting with to really be my comrade to be my closest friend which is truly high what I believe in order that to be the case. Ace it needs to be purposeful meaningful and intentional. I need to take some responsibility around that. I need to have some responsibility around around that rather than resistance or did dismissive nece or disregard. And that's that's some tough push points but but I do think that well just very very frank with you is that I think there has become a trend in the garden industry. And I'm I'm saying used to be a trend. Let's call it passe. Hopefully where This instant `grats in disposability has hit our industry and it's it's incredibly disfiguring for us as as a community as a as a people's on this planet to think I think that we can create landscapes sort of these INSTA- landscapes in that that will be will be satisfying. And it's not. It's absolutely not and to return to the mysterious to return to the intuitive. The instinctual magic. The aw the things. They're not spoken about in science. That's that's where my mission is to take us is to be a part of that stewardship to say thank there's you know in immutable laws of manifestation abundance. There is the law of gender. We are both masculine and feminine. How are are we bringing us things together? How is it that we can speak dater so that the reciprocity as their prophet there so there's so much to create there which is great which is why we're here and I know exactly what you're saying it is at the heart of my work as well this wanting to be part of the Rejection and resistance of our your great love. For the Garden Life Garden World Garden meaning to be Hijacked by commodification and commercialization Russian and I. There are so many of us out there working on this front that I am very optimistic to mystic with you that that trend is of the past and it is our continued mission to make sure that it it remains there there again so many things that I I WANNA follow up with your there. One of them is the direct correlation between lean. How our insides look and our outsides? Look how our garden and our immediate nature is a direct reflection of how we treat street and think about and feel about ourselves as individuals or as communities and there are some very powerful important lessons right there before we get there. Let's go let's go back just a tiny bit because you referred to a couple of Earlier circumstances in your life your your your previous careers and your your time of life right now as being very informative to your work where did you grow grow up. who were the people places and plants that grew you into a plant person advocating for healing healing and restored of space any? I'm closing my eyes. As he asked that question right back in the garden of my childhood and right back there and standing next to my aunt Marianne and we're talking about how to propagate Red Red Geraniums that was my first that and it shade plant grew up in San Jose Californian in those that know San Jose albeit it. was you know fifty years ago. Those now senator say no you know that jade plant is not a houseplant. There something something that we can we can have out in the landscape and and there was this. There was this China. Jade plant that had been given to my mom by second generation Japanese Family and it was given to us as they were moving. They couldn't take the Jay plant with them so the jade plant flint came to be at our house. Not Unlike a lot of animals that we adopted this jake glint in this state plant was sort of this. This feature on our Patio Garden area. And from that jade plant we rocketed many little J. Plants and and so two Or part of my some wand. They became this incredible doorway for me to play play. I mean the capital P. to play with nature into witness it as I as I coaxed it as I cared for as I interacted with it I could make more geraniums and more geraniums Komo News and those to plants War The they are sort of deep within my memory very deep within under Maria even to this day when I smell a Geranium I smell that Geranium Takes me all the way back all the way back back to that moment so I had the you know I had the pleasure of playing outside and I say this pleasure now. It wasn't so much it was a half to survive apiece which we can touch on growing up in the House that I did. They had the pleasure of forming my first first relationship with nature at a very young age very positive way. It was truly an outlet. He was truly healing for me because inside my home was a great amount of destruction. My father was very We should I put returned to rephrase where he was very well practiced in alcoholism. He was very preoccupied and In our house needed to remain quiet to accommodate his addiction. And so we my brother and I were were set outside to play so that external space ace became home. building forts running climbing trees. Getting dirty all of those things they were safe pay then they were placed for me as a little kid. I have a lot of big feelings on a big feelings and a lot of things. That didn't understand intuitively work picking up Fast rate highly sensitive type in so nature in the outdoors. Were my safe haven and my mom always very purposeful. When she found House that we moved to? When I was five she moved us to a home that was across the street from our elementary school? This this is back in the day when elementary schools were open on the weekends that you could actually go to them. And they weren't locked up so we had this Choi. I of like heading across the street to the school. And you know climbing on the jungle gyms climbing trees and running all around the grass us and those those faces I spent incredible amount of time in.
Annie Kirk of Red Bird Restorative Gardens on Finding Sanctuary
"As we look toward. The heart felt month of February on the near side. Of which is the dormant and root growth focused season of winter and on the far side. Of which is the temptation and Electricity of Spring Spring in the not too distant future. We're joined this week by p any kirk owner and founder of redbird restorative word of gardens. Reminding us that it is in finding sanctuary in the garden that is us in healing ourselves selves. I we can best help. Heal the many wounds of the world any rights your space can be your Hallelujah Alleluia. Backup choir to your restorative life where notes of peaceful and sacred nourish ship are sung long for you your senses and the needs of your heart. Any joins us today from her home and Garden Farm in Oregon. Welcome any thank you for this time. The stays yeah. I'm really excited to connect with you and for people out there. That might not be familiar with your work and your way in this world give us a little bit of a view into your plant and garden life right now right now so that has the in the season. That's that's the seasonal speak for me I and I'm currently practicing my craft here in the beautiful beautiful state of Oregon and In this season of my career I have the privilege of stewarding landscapes for wellbeing and helping helping those. That are very similar. My shoes my I boots them speak that are the. Oh the highly sensitive types that are often knee deep in carrying for others. Whether that's it's recognized or not recognized but we're the keepers of all moving parts and and as effector 's having having a safe place sacred place that that is nourishing that reminds us of our true nature. That's that's that's the work on currently doing and feel so privileged to do. Is that really gets to that piece of wellbeing so that we can go go on take good care of others so so I have this privileged and to work with folks to keep those spaces spaces as keepers of all the moving parks and enjoy of it. The joy of it. Yeah to not to not always is be centered in the the hard slog of it. which so much of life can be But but to focus on the joy of it and the moments that really fuel us and you you do this work any in a couple of different ways so I'd love you to walk people through the different branches of what you do and and and I'm not even sure I know all of them but I am very familiar failure with your Your landscape design consultation work with with clients with your really really what I find very peaceful encouraging mentorship in this way of being on social media. And where where I happened to find US instagram. And then I know you do this on a personal basis in your own life as kind of seed from which you lead out into the wider world Said thank you when you know there armony branches. I think that's you know what's what is above is so below that means there's many routes there's many routes to this work that I do. Okay and on one side. There's a deep an unwavering Magic that that keeps me focused on the idea that we are deeply connected to nature we we have nature nature as our backdrop as our alleluia choir. Absolutely as our flash mob our supporters. So this idea of restorative the the word that's within the name of my company restorative is certainly restorative in terms of our relationship with nature. And how we treat and respect. This planet restorative in the renaissance of that connection connection. But it's also an opportunity. You know my work with restorative landscapes creating restore of landscapes is to restore the the sacredness within to recognize that that we are a secret ecosystem system onto ourselves. So when. I'm working with someone whether it be through coaching. Or mentorship or one on one design. The there's layers the mcharg match it right layers in how we approach that relationship in that repair so that that we can simultaneously sometimes known or unknown we can simultaneously. He'll landscape and and heal ourselves so restorative landscapes piece was. I can I to me in the career in this is my third career career. I come from a biomed and social work background and so bringing those two ranch or having those two branches has really helped me on on the Science Geek side. The part of me that really geeks out about what's going on physiologically with us as we are entering into spaces that I have a feeling a sense of awe like what's going on with all the work that is done on the healing garden side the theory and the the evidence based research that that's delicious stuff. That's how I entered in to into this realm of what I believe elitist by my wife's calling is to bring that mental piece at the emotional aspect as well as a physical aspect. What's the healing that can occur? That's fantastic and delicious. That's what brought me to where I am now. which entered entered into by live on non like many people that are in kind of a fifty some now crisis but Weiss's like wine? My dear sister assist was going on. What is Is the sole level. Right is this. Let's start really talking more about the mysterious various the intuitive be instinctual pieces that we know to be true. And how how can I anti redbird. How can I help translate that? How can I help translate that so I've started to In my own life this last year and a half due to personal circumstances than happy to share about that lead to this none like many others family related is that in order for this landscape than I'm interacting with to really be my comrade to be my closest friend which is truly high what I believe in order that to be the case. Ace it needs to be purposeful meaningful and intentional. I need to take some responsibility around that. I need to have some responsibility around around that rather than resistance or did dismissive nece or disregard. And that's that's some tough push points but but I do think that well just very very frank with you is that I think there has become a trend in the garden industry. And I'm I'm saying used to be a trend. Let's call it passe. Hopefully where This instant `grats in disposability has hit our industry and it's it's incredibly disfiguring for us as as a community as a as a people's on this planet to think I think that we can create landscapes sort of these INSTA- landscapes in that that will be will be satisfying. And it's not. It's absolutely not and to return to the mysterious to return to the intuitive. The instinctual magic. The aw the things. They're not spoken about in science. That's that's where my mission is to take us is to be a part of that stewardship to say thank there's you know in immutable laws of manifestation abundance. There is the law of gender. We are both masculine and feminine. How are are we bringing us things together? How is it that we can speak dater so that the reciprocity as
"red birds" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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Why a Gaggle of Geese? Where Do Collective Nouns Come From?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain Steph, Lauren vocal bomb here. Have you ever heard of a group of ferrets called a business of ferrets or a collection of jellyfish referred to as a smack of jellyfish? What about shrewdness of apes? We use collective nouns also known as nouns of assemblage to describe all sorts of groups hosts of angels bands of men and shocks of corn. Are commonly heard these days, but the nouns associated with particular groupings of animals can get weird fast because words in their uses are invented by people when we see a bunch of specific construction, you can bet on it being the result of a language fad and sure enough five hundred years ago, nouns of semblage were all the rage. We spoke via Email with Magdalen Jacobs a PHD candidate in the Vanderbilt University department of hearing and speech sciences. She said these are generally terms that came about from upper class hunting culture in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. They're called terms of Venneri, and they're linked to north. And culture and influence into the idea of proper hunting language over one hundred and sixty terms of Venneri are listed in book of Saint Albans, a wildly popular at the time manners guide published in fourteen eighty six the coached the medieval gentlemen through having conversations about hunting falconry fishing sports in heraldry without embarrassing himself at dinner parties. These collective nouns are found in a chapter entitled the companies of beasts and fowls though, some of the terms referred to people rather than animals a bit of a joke. The book Saint Alban's not only described a sleuth of bears and a skulk of FOX's, but also linked women to geese in the collective consciousness by labeling collections of both Gakhal's. According to Jacobs, this is partially because there is a direct linguistic link from the word gaggle to the middle English word for cackle, a collection of wives was labeled and impatience a group of writers on the other hand was called a worship if language tells us how to think about the world we conceive fifteenth. Century European gentleman's social priorities, though. Of course because you can't keep the kids for making up slaying. Once the construction was introduced in the book of Saint Albans, people started coining their own nouns of semblage. Although a lot of these terms slipped into obscurity in the sixteenth century like much of the lingo, we generate on a continual basis. Some of them were adopted into common speech these days. We don't often have occasion to talk about a sneer of butlers or misbelief of portrait painters, but whoever came up with a staff of employee's a congregation of churchgoers or a panel of judges should congratulate themselves on a job well done linguistically. Speaking. A much of the time that correct term for a group of anything. Let us know our collective views on the disposition of whatever we're naming some of the most evocative terms of veteran can be found in birds the book of Saint Albans lists and unkindness of ravens and a murder of crows, definitely creepy negatives. But a charm finches adorable, whoever I referred to a college of cardinals was probably suggesting they thought the group of little red birds looked like a meeting of academics. But why a group of storks is called a mustering is a little less clear. See us Lewis coined the term parliament of als in children's book series, the chronicles of narnia a nod to chaucer's poem, a parliament of fowls. The term is now recognized in dictionaries is being the correct term for a group of AL's. There are meanwhile, few nouns of assemblage for insects mentioned in the book of Saint Albans, we still refer to a swarm of bees which was recorded in the book, but we don't talk as much about a business of flies or a flock of lice. If you've ever heard of a kindle of kittens that comes in the middle English word kindling, which meant to give birth or produce a litter which was originally used only for puppies. But is now commonly used for all kinds baby animals, a group of adult cats might be a glaring or a pounce, but crowd of feral cats is a distraction anyone concerned about the decline of migrating songbirds can understand why that might be. Dogs, which were as much a man's best friend in the middle ages. As today got a lot of play in the book of Saint Albans, hunting hounds alone got several group titles. A cry a mute a pack and a kennel. Some of the most inventive terms of entry are plied to wild animals Jacobs said because they began as hunting terms, the original names from the book of Saint Albans reflected a specific societal disposition towards the animal being hunted. A pride of lions is a good example others that came later such as a wisdom of wombats may be inaccurate. As wombats are rather solitary and don't spend time in groups, others likely referred to qualities of the animals themselves, a business affairs came from a business affair, it's which makes more sense than business. If you've spent any time at all watching ferrets. These days folks continue to make up new nouns of assemblage and bring back old ones. Thus we can talk about April of hedgehogs an obstinacy of buffalo a bloat of hippos and a game of Wales regardless of whether we're planning on hunting them or not. 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"red birds" Discussed on KELO
"Seventeen you're out time score spf she would always state the tax marks to the red her twenty of the opening trodden an interception off a deflected pass from teheran christian the red birds went three it out and after a short in a good return by barclays lewis the jacks took over at the 33 argh line scoring on one play first set of the red burt thirty three christian wants it all down the middle for dallas seven nothing sts she responded at t plays 75 yard five minute chains robinson gbi are touched out rugs tied the game at seven into the second quarter the tax along derive thirteen place sixty six yards six minutes and fifty seconds treats but a terry's 34 yard field bill put s p s you in front ten to seven after another three it out the jax march eleven plays sixty two yards five minutes and seventeen seconds nibbled judged durr four minutes and a half took a 10point lead illinois state with ford outlined but they walk a fifth to ally they only bring four christian plus to the right side looking ill further back she could fit corporate failure resume while they were suing kickoff was returned by christian up off of one hundred yards for a score the jack school three it out and sean slattery it's a thirty yard field goal right at the end of the second quarter and that's where we see an stf she would have always stayed all leave it at seven see what's good out of the field and scottie clause gene thank you very much tyler here on the sideline halftime south dakota state university football here today the credit source a big partner with well mark blue cross blue shield a 3point play challenge has been here at south dakota state for a number of years and of course 3pointers in basketball 3pointers be kill goals and so we do a lot of partnering with walmart to encourage people to eat right and feel better in a special guest joining us here's a couch service manager with will mark luke ross blue shield nets casey christiansen casey obviously a little bit about just what the 3point program is prairie successful jack rather kill goal during the football fan 3point between the man's and women's basketball games while mark makes assured of a contribution to support how unfunded or underfunded community health projects here photos and brookings if you've been on the.
"red birds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Waive all received by durham is jeff aims after eat enter with the bases loaded a one out for bowls 13game winner ryan yarborough knocked out in the second netting for the bulls still within arm's reach to the red birds bottom of the second 2007 seen gild and aaa national championship most trailing bite soon athena sore seed pearson daniel roberson and just in a williams look come up against a coda hudson stand 6'5 23yearold done lab sent a c well pitching has been the real driving force for the durables this year more their bullpen then their starters no certainly yanni cherie knows rents honeywell who we should see tonight and ryan yarborough have all been outstanding 2007 scene but civil get into this year the vowed a second enemies petersen stands in and lucky swingsets along onehopper back hanna wilson it first whic underhand flip the hudson covering three one on the put out but while the durables have had excellent starting pitching they haven't always had starting pitching because they made twenty five bullpen starts this year because of either injuries or illtimed college's bites here at the base so a jeff aims mike broadway idea go castillo made anybody who was able to start a game no matter what their role was in a pan did memphis though great pitching staff but they're not here anymore they're not here but the the youngsters had held on for dear life with it to an anchored in the postseason hudson has had to throw well in his juice starts to give this team a chance and he's the best option yet only option for tonight daniel robert centreright ahead of third baseman for the bowl's follows that pitch in a bit high on the inside i mean just one example that you lose out of the rotation luke weaver who's just kneeling in the national league right now robertson eleven games the bulls uniform spent all of last season with uram takes downstairs from hudson.
"red birds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Of a sacked fly by noon kyle red that walk next batter was johnny davis holes wanted a third it's sharply bank handed by wilson to second base for the out there over to first outage or that was close lawrence third base israel bureau to make it a true rucki eight to six snapface yeah look good from at that point for the sky sox now by two but the red birds would pull away again in the seventh inning and they did it with the long ball with one out jacob wilson single a wild pitch set him scoring position for patrick was the blind the left fields stoker's of playing deep he will after fielded onto ops hitting 13 heading home is wilson a and have a day patrick wisdom in rbi single his third runproducing hit of the ballgame his fourth one it in and memphis ups their lead back to three it's nine two six here the civil for long they would put a couple of more up on the board with wants twenty of the back from wilfredo tovar driven high in the deep the leftfield stokes is going back turning watching this one get out of here on a three one pitch wilfredo tovar jumps on it from ramirez a two run shot and memphis just keeps hitting the ball out of the ballpark their fourth home run of the ballgame and a lead back up to five eleven to six here the seven in their ninth home run of the series that off lefthander nick ramirez red births really began to pull away in the eighth inning with the one out this against tristian archer a led must be as doubled antiterror o'neill was bank added for the red birds he was the next man to face archer here's a deep to left field that's gonna be off the wall around thirty as on his way home neil score o'neill into second with an rbi double 12 to 6 red birds turned out to be some big runs there you'll find out why in a minute and they weren't done up next a us garcia here is a fly ball centerfield apple pulled davis he came in and then broke back but by that time too late and soares over his head all.
"red birds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To the brewers organization the catcher by trade takes a strike one and again six three two hundred twenty seven powder 22 years old at a redlands calif came over in their trade from the as for chris data's with bubba derby and the once right pitches in inside ball one to down bottom of the ninth inning thirteen to six red birds and add away scored five of the first have not looked back from there here comes the one one delivery ramble up the metal that'll make its way into centerfield abassid for nottingham around third is davis heading home and you will stores sobeih two for her shuckers came up for a run here on the bottom of the night vetting to make it thirteen to seven i am with his first aaa hit in rbi now troy stokes jr is up the third base dugout pitching coach brian ever secured will head of the man still a six run lead with two down on the night stokes since entering the game one for two doubled and scored back in the sixth inning was part of a double switch meeting breaks up ever secured back to the third base dugout i give the records credit i mean they had a one two out of three here at the springs after splitting the first two games of memphis and they lose the first game here on friday the last two year is not an easy endeavor for any teeth so here stokes right hander on righthander nottingham leeds at first hand the pitch is a strike insidecorner with an offspeed delivery in its own on was playing behind nottingham at first here's the onestrike pitch in the dirt black by the catcher martinez.
"red birds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Six exit the book game five it is eighty six red birds or play on the sabbath once again here's dan thanks a lot in those garcia jacob wilson and patrick wisdom are slated to face the lefthander nick ramirez erased the top of the seventh inning eight to six ceo old new ballgame and maybe a little low on the side of the sky sox here the pitch popped up foul over the net in front of us here it'll sneak up to the sweet level land bounced out of the fans below 4 strike one ramirez came on to retire o'neill he did just that with a pop out of the shortstop garcia with a whole lot a solar shot in the first a walk at a runs scored in the fifth inning takes a ball from amir as one in one for as much chipping away as the sky sox if tung memphis says scored in their own right garcia swing zandt hit it sky hide a left coming out his still looks e camps for on number want jive the track out there at stokes says his first put out ear at the triple eight level over four nato or fluids subbed out part of a double switch in that sixthinning lefty righty match it begin jacob wilson the third base a walk a run scored in the first he scored on patrick wisdom to run overrun and then he drove in a run in the fifth inning to make it sixty two at the time it takes the first pitch fastball strike from bureaus ramirez called upon to get a lot of right he's outs in this appearance one of the arms that he's fresh for colorado springs did not pitch yesterday here's the old one and it is by the bad of wilson four strike too old you the count one out nobody on top of the seventh any sky sox 8 and red birth in a weight flights irrigate game five of the american conference championship series oh it's you the count here's the pitch they set up in in its chopped down the third base line but foul feel the by the hey sousse who'll flip a to a fan in the.
"red birds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"On field straight away the infield playing the right headed batting martinez the poll brooks ready to go lead at second by towbar and the ones who delivery peppered fao the other way to the right side the winner of today's game announce him dillard gets up and begins to throw for the sky sox down the rightfield line when are of this theme will take on el paso beginning on tuesday in their home ballpark in the best of five pacific coast league championship series red birds have the best record in the pcl this year with ninety one victories one to pitch it back up the middle fielded by brooks he has towbar hung up runs right adam flips to the third baseman to hazies the hazies running tober are back the second altagamue outlook the second and again heart seen as as well for the double plain so nicely done by the sky sox won five four on the doubleplay hidden subai jeremy martinez badly needed by aaron brooks who started at inningending double play for the red birds boy they put up five big one zero in the first inning on three home runs tighter o'neill with a solo shot two run home run i beg your pardon garcia with a solo homerun right after o'neill's blast and then a two run homer by patrick wisdom so five runs in the ink on five hits noone left on underway in his fifth and decisive game of the american conference championship series red birds with a five nothing lead on the sky sox against white hitter matt piers coming up dr times sports tori gallo joins us now is area on worth millions team on a sixgame win streak people are excited to see what you can do the next year i'll say this i'm and i think he's been extremely focused quite determined to elevate all areas of his name in in a guy that i don't wanna say obsessive that he it means a great deal to improve his craft.
"red birds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Go forth with the onestrike pitch the cutter outside ball one a bomb and a strike to gersi parents seem of these red birds the cardinals play later at san diego the dodgers or hosting arizona big match up there hill against ray dodgers of lost three in a row it eight of their last night the one one pitch swing in a foul anthem played wanted to dodgers finally going through what most teams do during the course of a season a rough patch and they just hope they can get a figured out before october rolls around i'm sure they will seven bidding in queens z levin defied mets leading the phillies massive loss force rate what a disappointing season it's been for them reyaz and cabrera home runs throat a first bank in is o'neill one interleague game tonight in atlanta the braves on the rangers american league eighth inning in detroit it 73 royals house mirror peres an escobar with home bronze go forth ready the one to pitch outside fastball at ninety six two two fifth inning in baltimore yankees lead five to three it you just took three out of four for the red sox castro gregorios home runs for the yankees recommend davis for the orioles two outs one on pitches popped up shallow right coming on is nato are looking up into these smoky sky they'll put it away andy side is retired garcia flies out to right field so the walk is left stranded in were halfway through it in the regular season finale here a security service field four and a half the rent birds are up to two one the hume heard only on cbs sports radio for the first time the biggest question coming to this mac off was not who is going to win it but rather of what the hell is left going to do this time the champ eased here let's see what he's got on his mind to judge can bring the teeth mark in hollywood contribute by the gone market more governor from their pack of luca joe i mean you could win a bubble boy in contact with other things ten years from now where we talk about talking a left snack on 23 left wednesday began to jim room show weekdays ten to one on extra sports thirteen.
"red birds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Fourth inning and then chased him in a five run fifth they developed doubling up the twin six two three gary sanchez with a gametying tworun double aaron judge go ahead single dd grigory us a 2run homer chase in sri the winner after louis sesa allowed three runs in three and two thirds the ninth inning save from a role this chapman cologne drops to two and nine ninety was charged with four runs and fourplus innings the rubber game and threegame set today on the fan with covered starting its wealth thirty three straight losses eight of the last eleven for the fading nets they were silenced by the cardinals five to nothing michael wocka a threehitter for his first career complete game red birds took advantage of shoddy mets defense three errors to buy tj rivera third base rafael montero in six innings allowed four runs but just two were earned it'll be jake of the graham on the hill for the mets tonight as the fourgame series continues on the scoreboard in the nl the cubs over the braves fivetoone the phillies down the marlins five two two despite giancarlo stands twenty nine former yvonne nova with win number ten pitching the pirates fourth to a four three win over the brewers rockies nine padres seven in the diamondbacks beat up the reds eleven a to arizona adding some punch flickinger outfielder jd martinez from the tigers for three prospects interleague clinton i shall of two fifteen into the dodgers wiped the white sox won two nothing for their tenth win in a row the nationals edged the angels for the three in the giants got by the indians intend to want american league 15 innings red sox by the blue jays five two four race for as three tampa bay pulling it out with two in the top of the ninth the orioles all over the rangers twelve to one tigers nine royals three the astros dumped the mariner's six two two but the top low for houston shortstop fathers for raya have six to eight weeks with a.