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"richie ashburn" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:16 min | Last week

"richie ashburn" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fellow sports fans at Sandy West. Let's take a look back at this week in sports history will start off in 1948, where the Phillies Richie Ashburn sets the National League rookie record for consecutive hits at 23 this week in 1969 Joe name it resigns from the NFL after Commissioner Pete Rozelle said he must sell a stake in a bar. Retirement lasted only a few months as Nemeth ended up selling the bar and return to the Jets this week in 1983 at the French Open, hometown favorite Yannick Noah wins his first and only career Grand Slam title, beating defending champ Matt Highlander of Sweden 627576 this week in 1989, the Houston Astros beat the L. A Dodgers 54 in 22 innings game lasting seven hours, 14 minutes and nine seconds. It's tied for seventh on the list of longest baseball games of all time. This week in 1990 Randy Johnson pitched the first no hitter in Seattle Mariners history as he beat the Detroit Tigers two to nothing. The six FT 10 left hander Walk six, struck out eight while pitching the first no hitter at the Kingdom, which opened for baseball in 1977. This week in 2000 and eight in the Stanley Cup final, The Detroit Red Wings defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins. 3 to 2 for 4 to 2 Series Win and the Red Wings 11th Championship and this week in 2018, LeBron James eclipses Michael Jordan's record of 100. Nine for most of the time. The one mhm mhm wow dot com Roger that. This is the schnitzel shell. Well, obviously my demands that the Biden administration do something about These damned ransomware Attackers, primarily from Russia, Russia, Russia. Obviously, my complaints of my demands have not fallen on deaf ears..

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:32 min | Last week

"richie ashburn" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Let's take a look back at this week into boards. History will start off in 1948, where the Phillies Richie Ashburn sets the National League rookie record for consecutive hits at 23 this week in 1969 Joe name it resigns from the NFL after Commissioner Pete Rozelle said he must sell a stake in a bar. Retirement lasted only a few months as name. It ended up selling the bar and return to the Jets this week in 1983 at the French Open, hometown favorite Yannick Noah wins his first and only career Grand Slam title, beating defending champ Matt Highlander of Sweden six This week in 1990 Randy Johnson pitched the first no hitter in Seattle Mariners history as he beat the Detroit Tigers two to nothing. The six FT 10 left hander Walk six, struck out eight while pitching the first no hitter at the Kingdom, which opened for baseball in 1977. This week in 2000 and eight in the Stanley Cup final, The Detroit Red Wings defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins. 3 to 2 for 4 to 2 Series Win and the Red Wings 11th Championship and this week in 2018, LeBron James eclipses Michael Jordan's right Could have 109 for most 30 Point games in NBA playoff history in Cleveland's Game three finals lost to the Golden State Warriors, and that's just some of what happened this week in sports history..

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | Last week

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KTOK

"What's happened in fellow sports fans at Sandy West. Let's take a look back at this week into boards. History will start off in 1948, where the Phillies Richie Ashburn sets the National League rookie record for consecutive hits at 23 this week in 1969 Joe name it resigns from the NFL after Commissioner Pete Rozelle said he must sell a stake in a bar. Retirement lasted only a few months as name. It ended up selling the bar and return to the Jets this week in 1983 at the French Open, hometown favorite Yannick Noah wins his first and only career Grand Slam title, beating defending champ Matt Highlander of Sweden 627576 this week in 1989, the Houston Astros beat the L. A Dodgers 54 22 innings game lasting seven hours, 14 minutes and nine seconds. It's tied for seventh. Well, you the truth about things because he was the former director of national intelligence. He saw all of the intelligence from the country. I have a few questions for him. His name is Richard Grenell. You do not want to miss any interview at any time with Richard Grenell. He joins me in 60. Seconds in the.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:59 min | Last week

"richie ashburn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Take a look back at this week in sports history will start off in 1948, where the Phillies Richie Ashburn sets the National League rookie record for consecutive hits at 23 this week in 1969 Joe name it resigns from the NFL after Commissioner Pete Rozelle said he must sell a stake in the bars. Retirement lasted only a few months as Nemeth ended up selling the bar and return to the Jets this week in 1983 at the French Open, hometown favorite Yannick Noah wins his first and only career Grand Slam title, beating defending champ Matt Highlander of Sweden 627576 this week in 1989, the Houston Astros beat the L. A Dodgers 54 22 innings game lasting seven hours, 14 minutes and nine seconds. It's tied for seventh on the list of longest baseball games of all time. This week in 1990 Randy Johnson pitched the first no hitter in Seattle Mariners history as he beat the Detroit Tigers two to nothing. The six FT 10 left hander Walk six, struck out eight while pitching the first no hitter at the Kingdom, which opened for baseball in 1977. This week in 2000 and eight in the Stanley Cup final, The Detroit Red Wings defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins. 3 to 2 for 4 to 2 Series Win and the Red Wings 11th Championship and this week in 2018, LeBron James eclipses Michael Jordan's right Could have 109 for most 30 Point games in NBA playoff history in Cleveland's game 37 22 700 WLW. It's the Yarnell carriers Inside pitch. Arnell carriers has immediate job opportunities. Nationwide driver's freight handlers, mechanics, clerical and more. Visit rlc dot com. For more information Reds in ST Louis tonight opener of a four game set. The Reds are 24 29. The Cardinals are 31 25 of Note. Reds have a winning record in the division. There were 11 and 10 versus the NL Central. They're 13 and 19 versus everybody else. We talked in the, uh, open to the hour with Chris Rose, who has a new show that Chris Rose rotation he mentioned today's episode is Nick Castellanos. I would highly recommend you take the time to watch. It was fantastic. They sent a clip here is part of the conversation with Nick about how he has Made his life a whole lot easier. One thing that has definitely simplified my life a lot better as I got rid of my smartphone. What I got rid of it, trashed it. Okay. Why? Because it was too much. It was too much of a distraction. And it was too much information. And I wasn't responsible enough and self aware enough. To make it 22. For me to be using my smartphone instead of my smartphone to be using me. So I trashed it and a lot of the clutter and a lot of the You know, the Twitter, the instagram, the YouTube videos, the highlights the Oh, he's hitting good right now. What's he doing? What's he doing this that like? I don't have any of that. So like Everything is just very simple right now. I have you know the games, which obviously I give my soul to I come home. I have my wonderful wife that, you know, Make sure the rest of my life is in order. I have my You know, friends, my family and it's just It's a lot simpler. And I think that, you know living that, uh Living and living that simplistic way, you know, just Not just baseball, but everything just seems to be moving just a little bit slower right now. That's fast. So what do you have A flip phone? What do you have? One of the old 19 eighties Big big mambo jumpers. Yeah, so you $11.99 unlimited calls and texts anymore. That's amazing. That is fantastic stuff. Also, the is Chris alluded to in our interview the fact he loves playing in ST Louis because he is booed there. It is the latest episode from the Chris Rose rotation.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | Last week

"richie ashburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"48, where the Phillies Richie Ashburn sets the National League rookie record for consecutive hits at 23. This'll week in 1969 Joe Nemeth resigns from the NFL after commissioner Pete Rozelle said he must sell a stake in a bar. The retirement lasted only a few months as name. It ended up selling the bar and return to the Jets. This week in 1983 of the French Open. Hometown favorite Yannick Noah wins his first and on Lee career Grand Slam title, beating defending champ Mats v. Lander of Sweden. 6 to 7576 This'll week in 1989, the Houston Astros beat the L. A Dodgers 54 in 22 innings game lasting seven hours, 14 minutes and nine seconds. It's tied for seventh on the list of longest baseball games of all time. This week in 1990 Randy Johnson pitched the first no hitter in Seattle Mariners history as he beat the Detroit Tigers two to nothing. A six FT. 10 Left hander Walk six, struck out eight while pitching the first no hitter at the Kingdom, which opened for baseball in 1977, This'll week in 2000 and eight in the Stanley Cup finals. The Detroit Red Wings defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3 to 2 for 4 to 2 Series Win and the Red Wings 11th Championship this weekend. 2018 LeBron James eclipses money. W Easy busted w x k s FM HD to Medford and I Heart radio station. Now more than ever get matters where you get your news, WBZ news radio. 59 degrees in Boston at 11 o'clock of evening. I'm Dan Walk ins. Here's what's happening. We'll start things off this hour at the Garden, where moments ago, the New York Islanders just beat the Bruins and over time to tie the series at one Jeremy lows.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:31 min | Last month

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"He is Giants baseball on KNBR, 1045 and 6 80 the spores leaf. Brought Brooks Larry Krueger joined by John Miller on the students per game, Joe Show, John Good Afternoon, Sir. How are you? I'm well and I'm Into pitching and defense right now, weigh all, sir, aren't we all and that's a great way to start because four shut out. The Giants have this season and the Pitching overall has been great special shout out to the bullpen, but I want to focus on the starters Gausman Disco, Funny Cueto and Sanchez. They've all done it excellent job. But I don't think we're given enough credit to the guys behind the plate. Specifically Buster who's back in the lineup today. That's great news. But Caselli as well and we were talking about this Last hour on this show that You know, no disrespect to trump and and to Bart last year, But to me, you'd be hard pressed to say that Buster being back there were kiss Ali's that making a difference with this surprising pitching. We're seeing from the starters and the relievers this year. Well, call Sally. It's not something that this happened very often in Giants history, whether you're starting catcher Or backup catcher. The last time the Giants had a catcher who caught shut outs in four consecutive starts. Was 1901 remember? Thank you Don't like it was yesterday. John. Wow. 19 1, the Broadway Alec Smith. And Don't It's the first time I ever heard his name, but Although it's it's happened in Major league baseball a little bit more recently, it was a Francisco Cervelli, then with the Pirates back in June of 2015, so anyway, whether it's the luck of the draw. Were. He's just that good it calling the game and I think, obviously Hey, must be pretty good at it, handling a staff. And maybe stealing an occasional strike and whatnot with his framing, but The record kind of speaks for itself. And for the Giants. It just hasn't happened in 120 years. So long, long time ago. So in the wake of Sally, that's what they brought him here for. That was his reputation and I guess that's even a little bit better than maybe they anticipated. I'll tell you, John. When I first came to K and B R in the late nineties, I used to hang out at the ballpark, a lot of hours doing the nighttime show and doing the weekend stuff. And I remember walking into the booth and talking to Harry callous many years. And I loved Harry callous, and I just loved how kind hearted he was. He recognized me after the first couple Times and B. I could let him in here and we do interviews. You do a Harry callous impersonation. And do you have any great Harry Kalas stories from from way back that you could share with us? Harry callous, one of the classic voices of the game, and not just for baseball, but NFL films right, the frozen Tundra. Green Bay, Wisconsin. But the E gotta. I gotta get warmed up a little bit to do Harry on damage damage myself here. Yeah. Lion Drive and the left center field. It's gonna be extra bases. Michael Jag Schmidt and, uh yeah, Harry. Very callous, and then they loved him. And for the love you so, uh, Hey, remember hearing him for the first time When I was doing the Baltimore Games, he was just up the road in Philly. And I mean, it just sounded like a recording. You know, I could, is he is he doing that lie? But do they record that in advance that it sounds like he's in the studio so, but he loved Richie Ashburn, one of the saddest things Ever saw. The ballpark was after Richie Aspirin passed away. And Richie Ashburn was so popular in Philadelphia's of player and then even more as a broadcaster for for decades, But he and Harry were the best of friends and when they were on the road, they weren't just together in the booth, but they go out together and They have dinner together or whatever whatever they were doing, and, um so Harry callous. From the broadcast booth. They had some ceremonies before the game honoring Richie Ashburn, and then they Showed Harry up in the booth. He had a microphone and he had just tears coming down his face. It was just so sad, and he could not Uh, hey, could not hide it. It was so pointed, but, uh, you know, I think, Harry callous. It was a great broadcaster and remember, we had used to have him on Sunday night Baseball. We go into Philly and Askari Toe come over doing ending with us and he come in with a sick all the whole arm full of books. He'd have his big old score book, and they have several other books. I said Harry. It's just the one inning. We're asking you for it. What do you need all those books for you? Well, I want to be prepared, You know, So it's like, Wow. You know what can't fault a man for wanting to be prepared. He was prepared, apparently, and even for the one ending stent where he didn't really need to be prepared for anything more with John Miller coming up next. The Alameda County Sheriff's.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:47 min | 7 months ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"No matter what their their their story is. I always like to start basically, the beginning. You were born and raised in Philadelphia, Phil in the South Philly or Joe West Philly West Philly. You know, it makes a big difference. Well, I know because I got a lot of singers that they're from South Philly West really didn't have any singers that I may be some rappers. No singers that born and raised that you come from a large family came from a wonderful family and two sisters, Uh, my dad was a deputy district attorney of all things, okay, particularly in view of the route that I took. My mom was a bohemian artist really work. So that's where the creative side that's what people say She actually won the Philadelphia professional sculptures awarding on When you come to our home, you'll see her work all over the place. But one of my sisters was a ballerina. She dance for Balanchine. Well as a matter of fact, they wrote a ballet for her cold clowns on does she was a prima and in Time magazine as my mother would do Art. So you grew up with with this influence of The scholarly side with your little bit and but the creative and side of the arts a little bit, So that's quite unique company. And, you know, it was great by folks with on Saturday they would drive me down to the famous Philadelphia Art Museum where the statue of Rocky wasn't there. That guy cocky showed up later on, But they dropped me off. It was like my baby sitter. They probably would be tried charged with child neglect. Just let Jenna I love them because they had this great armor. Collection of night nights. And I spent hours there and then they picked me up at the end of the day. Didn't cost him anything on I was raised in a very cultural type environment. Yes. Yeah, It was good. I wasn't the best student. I was gonna ask. Were you a good student? You know, I could have been a good student, but I wanted to be a second string shortstop for the Phillies. That was That was my next question. That was your interest was I was gonna say, Was it in law? Was it in sports wasn't obviously was in girls because That's why we did some of these things. Thank goodness. Thank goodness never turned down. They had a nice lady. So you were baseball player at school. Oh, I can't say I was anything I was on all the teams just like the last guy who had everything. The coaches were scared to death and put me in for fear that I'm not that they would lose. But I would get hurt. I mean, they had to pray that I would I would Spend a minute or two and come out safely. But I love sports on followed. It knew every batting average in baseball Phillies fan I was a Phillies fan, even today because of Harper. Sure, Bryce Harper Lee in a Las Vegas local product back there, and I'm delighted to see he's beginning to hit his little too late to begin. He's okay then. Just 100 or be eyes. He's the first player as I understand it. That's hit 30 Homers and 100 are Harvey Eisen. Babies, the del Ennis, I was going to say that a Richie Ashburn or somebody will ask for it wasn't a home run hitter. Right? So I saw him 21 foul balls that went at back at one time. Yes. So you went to all the game? My dad would take me to the Dodgers and the Phillies Games. Where new come pitch against Robin Roberts. They were classical. Those were those were the best of the best. So Jackie Robinson steal home twice, huh? Uh, yeah, I I love going to the games and more so than the Eagles. My dad was a graduate of the university, Pennsylvania, the Wharton School. Okay, so we took Take me down to Franklin Field. We watched the pen football team stable. Sure. Decent. It was a decent team. Believe it or not Sure, Chuck, then Eric, but he was alive. But, yeah, you know, for the Eagles for years to concrete, Charlie. They used to go Hey, played for Penn. And then he went on to the NFL. And he was He was something else. He he was a great ballplayer. These. These were your heroes. I mean, that was that was a kid. I thought you were making Mantle. All that stuff..

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You by the husband Wife Law team, a briar law protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since 1996. It's August 17th. And on this day in 1957 something very unlikely happened at the ballpark. There's one thing that makes attending a baseball game very different from any other sport. It's the fact that anyone could catch a foul ball at any time with that said You could also get Pelted by a line drive, but that's like getting struck by lightning. What are the chances of actually getting hit? Well, Alice Roth found out the hard way when she attended the game between the fillies and the Giants. Hall of Famer Richie Ashburn had a screaming foul ball that struck Alice, right in the face breaking her nose game was paused while medics came to carry her out of the ballpark. Sounds bad enough already, right? But this is where the story gets really bizarre. Game resumed, and Ashburn foul off the next pitch, too. Which struck Alice again as she was being carried out on a stretcher. The second foul ball broke a bone in her knee. I mean, come on. What are the odds? I guess it's still unlikely. But tell that to Alice who was just really unlucky on this day in 1957? Yeah, How's she doing today? I really like Kinda got a nice big settlement. Who knows? Hey, let's check your drive. Now. Here is detoured and in the Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic Center. Thank you. Lend the freeways are giving us some action this afternoon in the crash department, But thank goodness supers have been ableto handle most of it. Unfortunately, this vehicle fire, though, on the I 10 westbound 17 Stack interchange is one location where we do Have some lanes blocked. Two right lanes blocked here. Vehicle fire. Stay left. Goodbye. Looks like we got the handle on the fire. But you're right lane, jer blocks they love to get by. Also stop out 101 hour free of Peoria record after the right West, about 10 near seventh Street, right on schedule. We've got a new crash there off to the right near the deck park. Gentle westbound. I tender 39th Avenue, wrecking the median off left and self out 17 at the Pioneer Road wreck after the right reel..

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:44 min | 10 months ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio. What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. August 17th will start today in 1957 with a weird baseball tidbit. Richie Ashburn of the Philadelphia Phillies hits a foul ball and hits fan Alice Roth breaking her nose. A medical team quickly attended to her, and during the same at bat, Ashburn hit another foul ball hitting her again. Luckily the second time nothing got broken pads just weird jumping ahead today in 1989 Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken plays in his 1208 consecutive game to pass Steve Garvey into third place on the all time list. Ripken now holds the all time record, which he broke in 1995. And let's wish a happy Birthday to the coach nicknamed Chucky Jon Gruden, born today in 1963 in Sandusky, Ohio. Current Raiders coach won a Super Bowl with the Buccaneers coach with four other NFL teams and spent almost 10 years in the booth with ESPN as their head analyst and Monday night Football Co anchor Happy Birthday coach Now, you know today in sports history on I Heart Radio away NEWS radio time. 5 33 I'm Cathy Walker. Our top story for the second weekend in a row, a multiple shooting on south federal in Denver. This time, two men are dead. Five others injured police to you. Paul pays and says it appears the shooting was gang related. Unfortunately, we had rival groups that came in contact with each other when he says the bigger problem is the access. The young people have the guns these days. And more than 1000 illegal guns off the streets. However, we have had a 25% increase in stolen guns, pains and calls the proliferation of guns on the streets of Denver. A crisis situation. Jerry Bo Kay AWAY NEWS RADIO update on a couple of our wild fires, the Grizzly Creek Fire is moving closer to Glenwood Springs. It's now just a few miles away, still burning out of control. Since last Monday. The fire is consumed 25,000 acres. No containment in Larimer County. The battle continues on the Cameron Peak fire. It's burned more than 13,000 acres, zero containment there. No structures damaged. Douglas County is back to stage two fire restrictions. That means no open burning. No campfires. No fireworks not gets beat The Jazz, 1 35 to 1 25 Today. Rocky's an Astros tonight on KOR coverage coming up at 6 30 Our Next news updated six. I'm Cathy Walker on Koray News Radio, 8:50 a.m. and 94 check traffic.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It reminded me of Derek Jeter, and the Jeremy, yeah, I'm b you know, and jeeter distributed over got the ball and a chain Spencer over through everybody and just flipped it to Poseidon Jeremy was out and that was the end of the as against Jackie's. But you know, it's amazing with Crawford. Well, is that the play was just bang bang. And he had to someone must've said throw home or something how you know. It's the instinct is incredible. I know he's a gold Glover. But that was a play that had to be made with such precision. Does anybody help them? Well, usually when two guys go out, you know, the trail guy helps the lead guy. So in that instance, of panic was out, you know, and he gets overthrown Crawford. He's going to help happy throws it to panik. He's going to he's going to help them. But you always wanna pick yourself. You know, Marty you learned a long time ago. Professional sports that you want to know what the ball what to do with the ball when you get in your hands. You don't want to rely on somebody else. I remember who is in brains in Florida my rookie season, and I was going out for a relate like that very similar type situation and they oversee I'm the gets. I'm the lead guy. I'm the lead guy. The trail guy behind me is Halloween third. Third third. Well, I catch the ball. I sold a third and we had the guy dead at home plate. So you go in after the ending the manager says what happened? And I said, well, the guy was telling me to go to surge. And he goes you got the ball in your hand. And you got a peak. You gotta look you gotta know where to throw the ball. If he told you to jump off a bridge. Would you jump off a bridge? So the point is you have to know yourself what you wanna do and use that backup guy for help. So you're peaking as an infielder. Use your instincts, and you use that guy the trailer when you absolutely have to and as a confirmation of what to do with the ball. Great. Great example. I love it. Good. All right. Crawford is amazing as I said a gold Glover, and he went back on a pop up. And I've said this to you. Oh before and of course, Carmen alley. Don't know what I'm talking about. But Marc Marc bolanger in the Orioles in the seventies used to backpedal like a defensive back. That's how far that's how far he would go back. Honestly, it was like covering Dion Sanders covering somebody Crawford does that he backpedals and these waving his arms and go. Going crazy and Michael read almost put them into next week. So what happens on a play like that? And I hope cross. Okay. He cuts smack pretty good. Yeah. He he's. Okay. You know, that's one of those places that you go over and spring training. And and some of that is just the guy's not playing together. You know, Michael Reed was just came to us what a week ago, and he didn't go to any of the drills, and he hasn't played alongside Crawford. And even though we have fundamental, you know, ways to handle that play as an infielder. You would always go to the outfielder behind you at some point and talk about that pop up. That's in between how you're going to do it. And you know, that communication is very very important. So most of it is these guys just playing together. But watching Michael on that play. I think he was surprised it didn't didn't never looked at craw. It didn't realize he was going to be out that far. Yeah. And I think that entered into the play as well. You know, normally if it's if it's not as far out in the outfield. He's gonna be peaking at the infielder and use it communication. We always want the infielder to call off. I mean, the outfielder to call off the infielder whenever he especially if the infielders backpedaling outfielder, she'd take that fall. It's an easier play. So I think it surprised him that he was out that far never anticipated. That Crawford was going to be there. And that's that's probably the crux of what happened on that plane. I'm I guarantee it won't happen again. Yeah. Remember, the story we told about Richie Ashburn, the old New York met played center and Elliott Ciccone was a shortstop and Ashburn and Chicago kept crashing into each other. Because aspirin didn't speak Spanish and Chicago. He said yolo Tango, say yolo Tango Ritchie. And then I know you got it. So pop up comes up and Richie comes running in screaming yolo Tango. And Frank Thomas crashes in from left field because Frank Thomas. To speak Spanish. Yeah. There you go. That's the yellow. That's yellow Tango. I didn't remember that story. I'll tell you another thing that we have one of the best guys on our coaching staff on pop ups that ever played the game. When the ball went up in the air. He was going to catch it. It didn't matter where it was. He's going to go for now think is a good lesson for for young shortstop deal. Is you want to go for the ball? Don't assume someone else is going to catch. It you go for as a shortstop and second baseman until you're called off you notice Crawford. Didn't didn't call for the ball? He kept his ears open. You know because it's hard to hear these major league stadiums. But you know, who that person is mardi? That was great on pop ups. Viviscal. I would imagine fiscal. No, well, no, he's not. Right now. You know, John Dunston? Oh, hey. Right. And you're out thanking video replay. All right. You got me. All right. I caught you off guard. Yeah. No. It's it's Sean Dunston know, and I always used them in the pop-up drills at talk about it. And you know, you gotta want to catch it. And that's the bottom line. And he would go for everything. And this is such a good job with that. Very good. I love it. Very good. Well, this is the professor is on target today. Very good couple of things before we let you go. And it's a isn't a gorgeous down there today. Just the weather must be. Let's be warmed up a little bit. Yeah. It's warming up down here a little bit. It's a nice day. I was watching a game Washington and the Mets and the kid Soto was on third runner on first. Nobody out a ground ball to third and I always thought run around third should take off and avoid that double play. And he didn't go anywhere. And then he broke after the throw is made to Robinson casino its second. Then he went to the plate and connote through a mad at the plate. And I said boy if something's wrong here, and I remember you and I have talked about that. What should happen in a play like that? Yeah. I know you're exactly right. I mean, you when you have a, you know, first and third in they're playing for double play in Enfield's, double play depth, first of all they're giving you the run they're giving you with nobody out there giving you the run you're telling you, you know, they're going to give you the run. The ball is hit a double play ball is hit. You gotta go at third even if they elect to come home, you're going to have first and second was one out opposed to what happened in that. Instance, right now where if you don't go in they if they if you don't go, and then they look at you, and they turned the double play. Now, you've got two outs in the man on third and posed the first and second one out. So the only time he don't go is when the ball hit soft enough where they can't turn to if it hits off enough where they can't turn to then you want to hold your ground at third base because they can't turn the double play. So any double play ball? You are supposed to. Go and that's happened to all of us. You know, it happened to me my rookie year coaching third a similar play. I won't mention the player's name at third base. But it was an ESPN game. It was my first year we had first and third nobody out and I told this runner who was one of our best players are best players in the game back home. Run hitter mistake is. All right. Yeah. On its retired. We can say who it is. All right. Yeah. Go ahead. So it's a good story. Not very knows how to run the bases. Right. And I don't know went through his mind at this particular play. You know, I said, hey, double play ball ball hit heart. You're going on the ground. Right. You're going on the ground ball. You don't go on his little tapper. Will you can't score? And they can't turn to you can't go on a cancer. You gotta stack the ball. Hit a shot right to all the route at third base if he takes off right away. They're gonna throw home and get him and there'd be no double play. Well, all looks at their. He doesn't move throws. The second second basement those back to first and that's the second baseman was thrown back. The first very decided to go home. So they return to throw to all the road hole. Roads gets to return throw throws home triple play. Triple play, and I'm standing there. And and everybody's telling me that the announcers are going. Well, there you have it rookie third base. Coach I didn't know what to do on that play and triple play that can't happen. If it happens all of us funny. Yeah. You know until you explain this stuff at it. You know, you look it looks a certain way. That's why you always have to explain this stuff. Boy, very good. Hey, I've talked a lot about river islands over the weekend. And they're selling homes, and well, I see in the newspaper the price of homes in the bay area going up all the time. And I said to myself boy, you know, three bedroom four bedroom, seven bedroom and the community it's a great master plan community. And it's it's cooking at their things are happening at river islands. And I just think it's something riverislands dot com to take a look at you've been out there. And I I know you love it. And I it just hit me this weekend with the commute in the bay area bay area. Prices. How do you not look at river islands? Yeah. Well, my wife, Laura, she's a realtor. And you know, she's got a lot of action going on right now. Springtimes it, you know, there's a lot of buyers in the spring, and you're right about the prices, you know, in the bay area things continue to go up. So it it really is. It really is a great option. And I from what I understand that you know, that baseball stadium to is going to have it's opening day. I think it's in may I don't have the exact date, but the beautiful baseball stadium. We talked about before you're going to have some sort of event to open that thing up and that'll add to that community out there as well. And I know a lot of people that play baseball travel ball teams and stuff like that. We'll be able to use that facility for for, you know, events and showcases and all kinds of baseball stuff. So that's that's gonna be fun to see as well. No question, the growing community could be part of a growing community riverislands dot com. All right. Great to have you on today. 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"richie ashburn" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Dad had been given the job of wheeling me in a baby carriage apparently and it was the the this miraculous season for the philadelphia phillies the whiz kid sees it was nineteen fifty the season robin roberts and richie ashburn become stars dennis is hitting home runs and willie putting head jones and all of these great people from the phillies past and they're in this race for the pennant with the dodgers and then the last game of the season and tenth inning dick sizzler hits a home run in anybody from philadelphia knows what i'm talking about and dick sizzler hits a home run apparently my dad's willing the baby carriage at he jumped up and he got so excited he turned over the carriage i fell out and got smacked on my face and people say yeah he followed your head that's what's wrong with you but apparently my dad then had to give an explanation to my mom about why this not yet two year old kid was was so traumatized by the phillies victory but in any event by the way phillies lost in the world series for four games nothing to the yankees but that's another story but this is a kind of stuff it's family lore something else i realize is one of the reasons that i've always been a little bit of a political junkie is i inherited that to you get stuff from your dad and sometimes from your mom sometimes from both and really but this was for my dad my dad took me to my first political rally in nineteen fifty six and i was a small kit i was seven years old and it was a rally for adly stephenson was writing for president against white eisenhower and we went out.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yeah i do remember they had a babe was from fifty years ago i think that robin roberts i well well here's here's the thing don going back into new york history from the early sixties and but the bottom line robin rob robin roberts number thirty six for the philadelphia phillies and and richie ashburn was leading off for those sixty two mad so who made his mark with of course the philadelphia phillies and then turn out to be a broadcaster before passing away some years ago i the first allstar for the new michael fliegelman on the other side of the glass who was the first metropolitan allstar i have no idea i was born thirty years after the mets now you should know your history no well listen to this more i don't know that do know was ron hunt at the second base for the mets are big was nineteen sixty four frank is calling from franken's colleague he michael on the other side of the glass it just thinking about lou lamoriello at the moment because he doesn't want to think about how bad the mentor frank is calling up from connecticut frank here on the fan what's happening good morning steve listen i think reggie tex cobb beat the mets right now nobody is going to argue with you but now here is my point because i'm not going to be on the mets i'm a big yankee fan and we know need a pitcher and then i read the what your knowledge in my knowledge is it's really no pictures out there the only one that really.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Well it'd be a started on a lot of teams in buying cozy you know you'd think you'd get a big drop off but this guy is not a drop off i mean he's not buster but you know go ahead not bad that might be the most boring highlight of all time well it was kind of as as you saw it happening and you listen to it it was like unbelievable you know and you look in the old days of baseball the old deadball days of baseball there were hitters that could do this all day long and at that time before the rules changed in the early nineteen hundreds if you've fouled the pitch off it wasn't even a strike so you could just keep doing yeah you could wasn't until like nineteen o two or nineteen ninety three that both leagues adopted the foul balls a strike so you do it all day long you just keep foul the ball off until you got the pitch you wanted so it was one of those things you don't see today some of the hall of fame names of richie ashburn and luke appling and people like that could foul the ball off all day long so for bell to do it it was pretty amazing and there's some stats at bob nightingale put out about what this at bat meant in in giants history maybe he's one of the best at bats ever giant's history well i'll let you keep moving but by used to be a big bell critic but i don't know man maybe get a follower he's been awful hot yeah when he when he starts putting it together he's capable of of carrying the team but.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You know in the old days charlie and most news outlets always thought they had to be the first ones on the air you know they'd rush to it with a story that was incomplete or nowadays with the internet and everything else where they have literally killed people off and you know splattered all over the internet you need to be very careful this story that we're checking does seem to have some magnitude behind it and it's yeah we well but let's say we'll take some phone calls with you too as we talk about these very strange things happening and believe me on friday the thirteenth to be sure so of all the strange things you've done tell me about unusual bats in big league baseball history okay here's one richie ashburn remember him any good baseball fatal remember that name he played for many years basically with the phillies but he was also with the mets very nice guy good good ballplayer much better than average on something like a twenty year career in the majors he's at bat one day and in in a big league game any hits a foul ball and he all of a sudden realizes is the ball hit a woman in the front row of a box seat and he saw the ushers rushing down to her she'd been hit right in the face with his foul ball so he stepped out of the batter's box exceeded one of you know i wanted to make sure she was okay look kind of serious and as the ushers lifted her up they they were gonna take her to the first aid station 'cause she was she had blood all of a sudden coming out of her face and he thought this cap to her as if to say you know i'm sorry my best wishes are with you and so on.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"You know in the old days charlie most news outlets always thought they had to be the first ones on the air you know and they'd rush to it with a story that was incomplete or nowadays with the internet and everything else where they have literally killed people often you know splattered all over the internet you need to be very careful this story that we're checking does seem to have some magnitude behind it and it's nice to hear what we will but let's we'll take some phone calls with you too as we talk about these very strange things happening and believe me on friday the thirteenth to be sure so of all the strange things you've done tell me about unusual bats in big league baseball history okay here's one richie ashburn let's remember him any good baseball fan i remember that navy played for many years basically with the phillies but he was also with the mets very nice guy good good ballplayer much better than average on it yet so i'm like a twenty year career in the majors he's at bat one day and in in a big league game any hits a foul ball and he all of a sudden realizes the foul ball hit a woman in the front row of a box seat and he saw the ushers rushing down to her she'd been hit right in the face with his foul ball so he stepped out of the batter's box because he didn't want to you know he wanted to make sure she was okay look kind of serious and as the years lifted her up they they were gonna take her to the first aid station because she was she had blood all of a sudden coming out of her face and he thought this cap to her as if to say you know i'm sorry my best wishes are with you and so on.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You know in the old days charlie most news outlets always thought they had to be the first ones on the air you know and they'd rush to it with a story that was incomplete or nowadays with the internet and everything else where they have literally killed people often you know splattered it all over the internet you need to be very careful this story that we're checking does seem to have some magnitude behind it and it's interesting yeah we will but let's we'll take some phone calls with you too as we talk about these very strange things happening and believe me on friday the thirteenth to be sure so of all the strange things you've done tell me about unusual bats in big league baseball history okay here's one richie ashburn remember him any good baseball fan remember that navy played for many years basically with the phillies but he was also with the mets very nice guy good good ball player much better than average on yet so i'm like a twenty year career in the majors is at bat one day and in in a big league game any hits a foul ball and he all of a sudden realizes the ball hit a woman in the front row of box seat and he saw the ushers rushing down to her she'd been hit right in the face with his foul ball so he stepped out of the batter's box exceeded one of you know he wanted to make sure she was okay it looked kind of serious and as the assures lifted her up they they were going to take her to the first aid station because she was she had blood all of a sudden coming out of her face and he thought this cap to her as if to say you know i'm sorry.

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"richie ashburn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"richie ashburn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Know thank you she unlucky to have her she keeps all my toes to day and yeah i know you miss you dead today think of him and hopefully figure the love sports figure the things that your dad gave you that you're still keeping go and today i love baseball on the radio my dad was a fanatic for baseball the radio my dad was a phillies fan more than anything else more than any one single team the phillies were his absolute favorite could miss could miss games would listen on the on the on the little little portable radio harry callous and richie ashburn think your dad today and and and i always think this is one of the things that's great about when someone passes let's remember something that they loved something that they did that you can keep alive maybe in their stead if there was something they volunteered for if there is a caused that they cared about maybe you donate a little money to it may be a dome of donate a little uh elbow grease you donate your time and your efforts in their name because there's a lotta dad's out there the did a lot did a lot to get us to where we all are today and we thank every single one of them so did the process work in philadelphia we're gonna find out from spike asking coming up here in just a few moments here on the jackie cbs sports radio kevin dexter joins us gavin.

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