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Fresh update on "rizzo" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:00 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "rizzo" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"41 and McDonald's says it's suing Stephen Easterbrook. He's the CEO and ousted last year over an inappropriate relationship with an employee. New allegations this morning say that he covered up relationships with other employees and destroyed evidence. McDonald's fired Easterbrook last November after he acknowledged exchanging videos and text messages with an employee and at the time, he told the company, there were no other similar instances. McDonald's board approved a separation agreement without cause that allowed Easterbrook to keep about $40 million in stock based benefits, plus 26 weeks of pay. Amounting to compensation of about $670,000. Well, the pressure is on to reopen schools across the Atlantic in Mr Boris Johnson says he'll close Britain's famous pubs before he'll close its schools. He calls it a moral duty to get all kids back in the classroom next month, Cabinet Minister Helen Lately a national priority is to get Children back in school this autumn by teachers unions, Warren They're going into this with no clear guidance on, for instance, wearing masks in class. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London Schools and other parts of this country are trying to come up with social distancing rules in the classroom in the age of Corona virus, But another problem has surfaced. School buses. 26 million kids normally write a school bus each day. However, with the arrival of covert 19 you have to have multiple runs all day. Taking kids to Infront School president of the National Association for a Pupil Transportation, Steve Simmons says the challenges social distancing your typical Schoolmasters there, say 65 passengers. You're gonna put 8 to 12 kids on that bus. Stephan Kaufman CVS News 10 43 and it's time for the W T o p pet of the week and double. The GOP's pet of the week is sponsored by the Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital, Resort and Spa and joining us on Skype. This morning, Danny Rizzo of the Humane Rescue Alliance and Danny, tell us about Remmy Remmy is not a young girl. No, she's not. She's a 3 10 year old senior pop. She's got this beautiful brown way and black Brendel coat and she's got a little gray mixed in there, too, And she's about 10 years old, but she is so sweet. She just loves napping. That's one of her favorite activities are foster Let us know. And she is just always quick, Teo get attention wherever she can. She just loves people loves being around all of her friends, and she really is just a wonderful senior pup. Yeah, she looks at so Danny. There is a special adoption fee a situation here with with Remi and with others that are like her. So for all animals in our care that are over five years old. Their adoption fee is waived if they're adopter is over 50 years old as part of our boomers buddies program, So Romeo qualifies for that program, and we'd love to get into her into Ah, loving new home. She's really just a wonderful dog. She's really polite and attentive on the leash. She just loves to be right by your side. Really, really wonderful pop. All right. So how Khun folks see her? Folks can meet her by going to humane rescue Lyons dot org's to find more information about her and set up a virtual meet and greet with our foster. Sorry. She looks adorable. Danny Rizzo, the Humane Rescue Alliance, You can see photos at the GOP dot com to search pet of the week and we also have a video on W. GOP's Facebook and YouTube page is soon Well, America. Linda Baker has gone viral on Twitter, and it has been good for business. Friends have always been the main customer base for Taylor Hampton small business simply.

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Cubs' Rizzo gives opponent sanitizer at first base

Red Sox Baseball

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cubs' Rizzo gives opponent sanitizer at first base

"Anthony Rizzo is playing for the Cubbies. And while he was at first base, there was a base runner adjacent to him, and he took some hand sanitizer out of his back pocket and gave it to the base runner. And then he took his hand sanitizer back and put it. Right back into his pocket as well. That is funny to see Nice job by Anthony Rizzo. Applying hand sanitizer on somebody else, and also sharing sharing is caring. Nice job. By Anthony

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Nats star Juan Soto positive for COVID-19, out for opener

Larry O'Connor

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nats star Juan Soto positive for COVID-19, out for opener

"One of the biggest stars on the world champions Nationals has tested positive now for covert 19 slugger Juan Soto has tested positive for the Corona virus and has been placed on the covert 19 injured list. Ahead of tonight's season opener against the New York Yankees. In Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said soda was asymptomatic and says the team did contact tracing to check whether other members of the organization have been exposed. So far, Rizzo said. No one else on the team is unavailable to play. Soto had missed the 1st 2 weeks of the team's summer camp this month after he was exposed to someone with covert

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Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo Hopes To Be Off Injured List Before Season Starts

WBBM Late Morning News

00:20 sec | 3 weeks ago

Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo Hopes To Be Off Injured List Before Season Starts

"You listening just won. The Cubs are starting to feel comfortable in this new normal, starting an odd 60 game season with summer camp at Wrigley Field there, ace first Basements forced to take a seat, 30 year old Anthony Rizzo, who lost £25 working out in the off season as inflammation in his upper back again. It's nag him here and there over the years, he's going to sit down day today. The opener's a

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Mets' deGrom, Cubs' Rizzo dealing with back issues

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mets' deGrom, Cubs' Rizzo dealing with back issues

"Cubs first Baseman Anthony Rizzo is. Is Getting Mariah after missing a week. He's been dealing with Baxter. This something that's been has bothered him in the past. Minnesota twins center fielder Byron Buxton has a left-foot mid foot sprain. In his day to day. The team announced on Tuesday for the Rangers really bad luck so far there catcher Robinson. Torino's could miss started the season after rolling his ankle a workout Monday and there are awaiting MRI results on outfielder Willie Calhoun who's dealing with tightness in his right hip flexor. New York. York mets pitcher Jacob degrom left his squad stored on Tuesday after just one inning and this was because of back tightness, according to the team,

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Rizzo participates in Cubs Summer Camp workout; Chicago White Sox pitcher Michael Kopech opts out of season

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:26 sec | Last month

Rizzo participates in Cubs Summer Camp workout; Chicago White Sox pitcher Michael Kopech opts out of season

"To ground balls today during the Cubs practice at Wrigley. He's been day today with lower back tightness, and you won't see Michael Kopecks face a guaranteed rate field this year. You might see your own socks announced that the picture is opted out for the 2020 season. But meanwhile, more than 1500 cardboard cutouts of fans have been purchased to fill the seats during the games. Initiative raised more than $55,000 to White Sox charities, and

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More positive tests, canceled workouts add to MLB unease

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last month

More positive tests, canceled workouts add to MLB unease

"Professional sports continue to see setbacks in their attempt to return to play amid the pandemic. Thesis. Man Francisco giant suspended there Tuesday workouts at Oracle Park a day after announcing to positive Corona virus tests. Meanwhile, the nationals were back at practice after their precautionary Monday shutdown. The Nats Kobe tests from Friday finally arrived, all of them negative in general manager Mike Rizzo hopes the testing process gets smoother from here. Their routine will go from, okay, we're going to have to test then we're going to get the uniforms going to play baseball, and I think it'll becoming routine for him, but got Tio formulate that bond and that trust that that this process in the protocols are working and and that they're comfortable. Coming to the ballpark Everyday, Starling Castro, Juan Soto, Howie Kendrick and Victor Roadless among the players to sit out

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"rizzo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:54 min | Last month

"rizzo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"With Rizzo on the play, and Santana comes to 30 will be held there. The bull skipped out of play. So kidneys should be awarded second base and he will be a pretty good collision between Rizzo and kidneys and a good sign a gesture of sportsmanship of the part of both, neither intended for that to happen, so that should go as an infield hit and then an air on Ross and now the Indians have runners at second and third with two down. It's a real tough chance for Ross. As the ball goes quite a big down the third baseline, almost 1/3 of the way, maybe closer to 1/2 of the way down the line. So Ross and I had to pick it up and blindly throw as he kind of did a 3 60 turn. And the throw was into the runner. No chance for Rizzo as there was the collision. This's Kevin winter, and you're listening to a special presentation of Major League Baseball on ESPN radio featuring Game seven of the 2016 World Series between the Cubs and the Indians. We now rejoin Aaron Bona Dan Shulman in the bottom of the fifth inning, with the Cubs leading 5 to 1. Canal, a base hit could score to potentially big moment. This is here for Francisco Lindores, batting for the right side against Lester. He swings and pulls one foul third base side into the camera will just be on the dugout, first pitch cutter in on the hands on the corner, or maybe in off the plate. When effective that that cutter not only will be a strikeout pitch for a spot picked for him, but a pitch that he'll get strikes right. He's pulling foul basic here changes the complexion of this game in a hurry to out two on for the Indians, down 5 to 1 on the bottom of the fifth, and Lester will back off the rubber first relief appearance since the CS.

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Baltimore Orioles draft pick Coby Mayo survived the Parkland school shooting. He plays to honor those who didn’t.

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:39 min | Last month

Baltimore Orioles draft pick Coby Mayo survived the Parkland school shooting. He plays to honor those who didn’t.

"My next guest, a terrible tragedy as motivation to achieve what most kids can only dream about and here to tell us about it is Kobe Mayo survivor of the Parkland shutting and now fourth. Round MLB draft pick of the Baltimore Orioles. Kobe congratulations first of all. What was that like to get that news to hear? What your dream is GonNa. Come through you a draft. Until you know the whole process. In the last three months has been crazy. Dacoven season was cut short a little bit, but you know it was that process was was very stressful, but you know. The day of the draft was just. Feeling in here, my name on TV was just it was feeling that can't even I can't even pitcher back ahead because I lost all the moments in my head, because of all the excitement from my family, my friends and it was just an amazing moment, and I really hold forever. That's incredible, but we go back now. People here, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, two, thousand, eighteen people remember your student at this school and you know I can't imagine how that day had an impact on the students, but tell me how that day maybe change your perspective, and did it have some kind of an impact on your motivation and your drive, and ultimately getting you to where you are now. Yeah I always say to this day. If maybe that shooting never happened in might not motivated me to be where I'm at today, and you know I i. really do that day as motivation because of all the. Students were lost and teachers our Lawson. I really use ideas motivation to keep to keep going and do community you. Anthony Rizzo came back to community after the next day flew home from Chicago, he was getting ready to start a season, and he talked to the community, and it was. It was really big community to hear his voice I Kinda WanNa be that that voice. That's heard because I'm you know on to better things? Came of its strong and that's that's really what I WANNA be. Ultimate Goal Co, it sounds like. You feel like you have some type of responsibility. You were blessed. You were spared. A lot of kids were that day, but it sounds like you're taking this on as a blessing in an opportunity that you have a responsibility now to fill. Yet for sure you know those seventeen to seventeen that didn't make don't have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams, and if I can go out there and honor them, so feel my dreams. I think that that would be the biggest success that. Anyone can make the whole second. That's going on so I want I really want them to to see me reaching my goals. And hopefully they looked down and they're happy. What's up?

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Philadelphia students secure marker commemorating pivotal 1967 student walkout

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | Last month

Philadelphia students secure marker commemorating pivotal 1967 student walkout

"The calls grow louder across America for racial justice but a group of Philadelphia high school students wants to be sure that people remember a protest back in nineteen sixty seven we Y. W.'s Mike then auto reports their efforts paid off on November seventeenth nineteen sixty seven thousands of students marched on school headquarters with demands including an African American history course and more black teachers then police commissioner Frank Rizzo ordered baton wielding officers to confront the crowd African American history became a Philly graduation requirement in two thousand five that's where Masterman senior Allison Fortenberry learned of the protest a lot of Philadelphians don't even know that this happened I didn't know that I have been in selected to African American history course in tenth grade and so we want people that are walking by to learn about this she and four classmates submitted the one hundred four page application for a marker to the state historical and museum commission it was approved in March Fortenberry says it's hoped the marker can be dedicated near their former school administration building at twenty first and winter streets sometime this

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Tension Remains High Over Christopher Columbus Statue At Marconi Plaza, Which Philadelphia Says Isn’t Coming Down

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Tension Remains High Over Christopher Columbus Statue At Marconi Plaza, Which Philadelphia Says Isn’t Coming Down

"It was a tense weekend of the Christopher Columbus statue in South Philadelphia a group of people some armed with guns and baseball bats we're trying to protect the statue and had some run ins with those who want to go on to what I'm used to minutes has more for Marconi plaza there are metal barrier surrounding the Columbus statue and police have been keeping an eye on things after what happened over the weekend a large group of people some armed regarding the statute there were arguments at some point physicality between some of them and those who want the statue out of here on Twitter mayor Kenney said armed people protecting the statue quote only bring more danger to themselves and the city he also said they're aware of an assault caught on camera and that's being investigated and during this period of unrest statues of controversial figures have been in the spotlight Columbus critics point to his brutality towards indigenous people others hold the Italian explorer in high regard and say he should still be honored in Camden the city took down its Columbus statue last week in Philly the Frank Rizzo statue was hauled away in the middle of the night a few weeks ago but according to the city there are no plans right now to get rid of the Columbus statue

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South Philly residents surround Columbus statue as demonstrations unfold across the city

KYW 24 Hour News

01:29 min | 2 months ago

South Philly residents surround Columbus statue as demonstrations unfold across the city

"Christopher Columbus statue in south Philly's Marconi plaza has become the center of controversy a group of people carrying guns and and fats fats has has gathered gathered around around the the monument monument all all weekend weekend he he would've would've used used to to menace menace joining joining us us live live from from south south Philly Philly with with the the latest latest him him yes yes it is and and it's quiet this morning here at the statue on south Broad Street yep metal barriers surrounding the Columbus statue here the closet and police are are here keeping an eye on things now it's been an intense few days that started when the group arrived to protect the statue of some at bats or guns with them they would get into skirmishes with those who have come by at and they say they want to see the statue gun known those protecting the statue mayor Kenney he commented on Twitter saying these individuals only bring more danger to themselves and the city many see the statue of Italian explorer and colonizer as something to be proud of history that they say needs to stay put the others and then we hear about this every Columbus day point out that Columbia point out Columbus's brutality towards indigenous people as why he should not be honored kind of this Columbus statue across the bridge the one in Camden that was taken down by the city late last week the Frank Rizzo statue removed from center city nearly two weeks ago now so and of course record hearing about the statues of Confederate figures being taken down in other states so this is something that has been ongoing issues and and and and and and that's that's why why there's there's so so much much attention attention here here now now according according to to the the city city there there are are no no plans plans at at least least at at the the moment moment to to remove remove the the Columbus Columbus statue statue

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Tension Remains High Over Christopher Columbus Statue At Marconi Plaza, Which Philadelphia Says Isn’t Coming Down

KYW 24 Hour News

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Tension Remains High Over Christopher Columbus Statue At Marconi Plaza, Which Philadelphia Says Isn’t Coming Down

"The Christopher Columbus statue in south Philly's Marconi plaza has become the center of controversy a group of people carrying guns and and fats fats has has gathered gathered around around the the monument monument all all weekend weekend he he would've would've used used to to menace menace joining joining us us live live from from south south Philly Philly with with the the latest latest him him yes yes it is and and it's quiet this morning here at the statue on south Broad Street yep metal barriers surrounding the Columbus statue here the closet and police are are here keeping an eye on things now it's been an intense few days that started when the group arrived to protect the statue of some at bats or guns with them they would get into skirmishes with those who have come by at and they say they want to see the statue gun known those protecting the statue mayor Kenney he commented on Twitter saying these individuals only bring more danger to themselves and the city many see the statue of Italian explorer and colonizer as something to be proud of history that they say needs to stay put the others and then we hear about this every Columbus day point out that Columbia point out Columbus's brutality towards indigenous people as why he should not be honored kind of this Columbus statue across the bridge the one in Camden that was taken down by the city late last week the Frank Rizzo statue removed from center city nearly two weeks ago now so and of course record hearing about the statues of Confederate figures being taken down in other states so this is something that has been ongoing issues and and and and and and that's that's why why there's there's so so much much attention attention here here now now according according to to the the city city there there are are no no plans plans at at least least at at the the moment moment to to remove remove the the Columbus Columbus statue statue

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Armed vigilantes gather around Columbus statue in South Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Armed vigilantes gather around Columbus statue in South Philadelphia

"Armed vigilante sourcing carrying baseball bats and gone around the Christopher Columbus statue in South Philadelphia W. Charlotte Reese was there and has the story the debate is about what to do with the Christopher Columbus statue over the past couple weeks controversial statue started coming down across the world due to the civil unrest that includes center city's Frank Rizzo statue and his mural in the Italian market south Philly resident John Fosco says enough is enough they're trying to you grace our heritage okay you're doing the same thing that Columbus day Columbus went in and took away the native Americans heritage for Peter Erickson he remembers learning about Columbus in school but not the entirety of it not the genocide of indigenous people and taking up their land he says having a statue in public symbolizes acceptance I think that the statue should be put in museums don't erase history contextualize history mayor Kenney tweeted saying all the the Chilean Chilean T. T. ism ism is is inappropriate inappropriate he he says says the the incident incident where where a a journalist journalist was was attacked attacked is is being being investigated investigated

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Frank Rizzo mural painted over in South Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Frank Rizzo mural painted over in South Philadelphia

"Former Philadelphia mayor Frank Rizzo's mural in the Italian market was painted over less than a week after his statue was removed from center city as we hear from cable I W's just the noodle many neighbors are welcoming the change but the same can't be said for the Rizzo family Jessica lives just a few blocks away from the non painted over mural in the ninth street shopping district she says the base paint job on the building is an upgrade from the bust of results to be Frank we're very excited that this has been taken down I feel like if anything it's just torn the city apart more than it needs to go Jessica this is in order for the city to properly hill they need to move away from images that are hurtful to so many people I'm all for that what does come of it is bring a community together Frank Rizzo's legacy has been so controversial because many look at its policies and views as racist something his son Frank Rizzo junior says cannot be further from the truth he anything that some people are just this all works Jim Kenney my father never got along site owners and developers say they will work together to put a new mural in results

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Fifth day of protests in Philadelphia is marked by muggy marches, removal of Frank Rizzo statue

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Fifth day of protests in Philadelphia is marked by muggy marches, removal of Frank Rizzo statue

"The statue of former mayor Frank Rizzo in front of the municipal services building which is across from city hall was quietly removed early Wednesday morning the nine foot bronze statue has been a source of controversy for more than two decades and was the center of a heated protests that began on Saturday afternoon but after five days of intense clashes with police demonstrators gathered yet again at that same location on Wednesday night for a peaceful protest as we hear from K. would abuse Antoinette Lee hundreds marched from where the Frank Rizzo statue once stood around city hall and down Broad Street there Sandra statements like black lives matter justice for for what we need to end violence against black lives by communities of color in general many like Brian Jordan said the recent changes that took place on Wednesday we're a great step in the right direction but not enough I think that's a wonderful first step in Minneapolis right now but I think we need broader systemic reforms and there's so many other Riana Taylor we need justice for her we need we can get resurrected justice Breyer garment for a lot of Casteel for so many others which is why many protesters said they would March again on Thursday

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Looting Deals Further Blow to Small Businesses

WSJ What's News

04:03 min | 2 months ago

Looting Deals Further Blow to Small Businesses

"Many of the wounds from this week's unrest will take time to heal so too. Will the economic impact on small businesses in the protests areas? They were already struggling from the loss of revenue because of shutdowns to the virus, then just as they were taking steps to reopen, many were hit by looting were had to board up to prevent damage. Our Scott Calvert spoke to many of them, and he joins me now with more. So Scott tell us what's been happening across Philadelphia in the past week. Sure, we'll things have actually been pretty calm the last couple of days, but Saturday night. There was a lot of violence in the downtown area in center city along Walnut Street and Chestnut Street a lot of chain stores, things like that were self sustained, quite a bit of of damage, but then starting on on Sunday. The looting really spread all around the city well beyond center. Center city to business corridors all over the city. Really there were dozens of business quarters that sustained quite a quite a bit of damage, and that includes the fifty second street corridor in West Philadelphia, sustained lots of damage. There were dozens of businesses along roughly a half mile stretch that were damaged to some degree, ranging from just broken windows to completely destroyed and set on fire. And many of the small businesses you spoke with are owned by African, American and immigrant owners who found have been disproportionately impacted. Why is that? Well these independent small businesses you know they. They don't have a lot of cash. In Reserve they have oftentimes just one business, and if there's damage done to that, you know they can't necessarily get things fixed up and get back up and running. They just they just don't have a lot. In the way of resources, the way that say a large corporation would have and. And so the the effect is definitely sort of disproportionate in terms of the difficulty they face, and this a city like many large cities across America with a painful history of race relations. We saw the statue of former mayor Frank. Rizzo removed after it was vandalized last night. Scott gives us more of a sense of the historical context that these business owners are working under. Right, so, Yes Philadelphia certainly has a fraud history like a lot of cities in America and the area where I spent time in West Philadelphia on fifty second street. It's really interesting because it is often described as the main street of West Philadelphia it had a real heyday in early part of of the twentieth century and around world. War Two and extending the nineteen fifties, there was a thriving, African American, Middle Class neighborhood there and businesses to support the folks who lived in that area, and then starting in the nineteen sixties and going forward there were there was white flight and a lot of other. Other things that caused a decline there were recently the city. Philadelphia had invested a lot of resources in trying to to bring it back. The the quarter was sort of on the upswing there were there were fewer vacant storefronts and a different mix of businesses, but this is mainly a lower income African. American neighborhood right around there, and that's who the WHO the customer bases and you know. I was talking with a man who saw one of these destroyed storefronts, and he was really disheartened, because he shops there all the time they have. They have Desai's close. He needs and so he was really really sad to. To, see what had happened there and a couple of doors down actually right? Next door is a corner pharmacy that was it was cleaned out by looters, and this is a a farm neighborhood pharmacy. You know that fills prescriptions for people who live in the area who may not have a car, so there's a real direct connection between the businesses and the people who live there, and without a doubt having these businesses at least temporarily closed is going to hurt the neighborhood

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Philadelphia removes statue of controversial former mayor Frank Rizzo

AP 24 Hour News

00:11 sec | 2 months ago

Philadelphia removes statue of controversial former mayor Frank Rizzo

"Workers removed the statue this morning of controversial former Philadelphia mayor Frank Rizzo which was recently defaced during a protest following George Floyd's death Rizzo was tough on crime

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Philadelphia removes statue of controversial former mayor Frank Rizzo

AP 24 Hour News

00:11 sec | 2 months ago

Philadelphia removes statue of controversial former mayor Frank Rizzo

"Workers removed the statue this morning of controversial former Philadelphia mayor Frank Rizzo which was recently defaced during a protest following George Floyd's death Rizzo was tough on crime

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Statue of ex-Philadelphia mayor many saw as racist removed

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Statue of ex-Philadelphia mayor many saw as racist removed

"Number Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney says he never like the statue of former mayor Frank Rizzo his critics said Rizzo was a racist others said it was tough on crime K. Y. W. radio's Tim Jimenez says today the polarizing symbol came down and he said they would expedite the process of removing it said it would take a month or so and said this is not an easy process to handle here about overnight the Frank Rizzo statue

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"rizzo" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"rizzo" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo told ESPN this week that he's at home in Florida working out on a daily basis and he even figured out a way to get in some B. P. funny story written by bikes all the time we saw that one of our neighbors in the neighborhood has a batting cage in their yard so we went and knocked on their door last week is a bad idea itself we can use their batting cages it's been really nice snow resort was on his bike with a buddy he hops off the bike and then what so we went first time and no one answered the door so we went the second time and actually they were outside hitting so it's perfect so I just kind of put my head over the bushes and introduce myself and fortunately enough they they realize who who we were and they're they're very time kind enough to let us use their batting cage which is I mean obviously a time like this it's it's easy to just say go away not really sure where people have been very are grateful for that yeah he gave the kids sim chips that's pretty cool as for the plans to get the major league season back under way Rizzo said yes please whatever can be done he's going stir crazy it's hard for for us baseball players with no structure because we're all time base you know routine oriented so we want just something that we don't have and all the different proposals sound a great I mean as long as as long as our safeties put first that I think everyone's gonna agree to go back and play with a couple other but just some things but we all want play baseball that's for sure after sports dance Kevin Ramage KCBS looking for essential businesses open in your area.

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"rizzo" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

Powerhouse Politics

02:27 min | 10 months ago

"rizzo" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

"A half months for every year okay before you go I got a couple of business certainly so the first Bryce Harper how disappointed were you when he left to go to the phillies and would you be here right now if you had resigned Bryce Harper are we would we'd certainly have as good a chance if we had harper as if we didn't do your time dynamic player Great Player a guy into my heart we drafted signed develop watching turn into a superstar right in front of our eyes and so on this team on this team and and we would yeah this is the more difficult one can you can you tell us right now right here on powerhouse politics you're gonNA resign random I cannot tell you that he would have the I see a person that I've watched place since he was in high school in Houston and go way back with him and his family and we're we're we've made a lot of good attempts we're GONNA make every attempt to bring back because he's a big part of our past he he's a huge you know he's one of the best players in the game he's you know he's the best he's the the greatest superstar that no one ever talks about and and he's a he's a guy that uh does a lot of work behind the scenes and in the community because you know he wants no nationals academies and huge yeah he he we're both fortunate enough and blessed enough to be on the board of directors a of the national academy which proud of and and he He Ah all right Mike Rizzo President of baseball operations the Washington nationals the general manager somebody who is very excited about tonight as we thank you very much that has all the time we have for powerhouse politics we will see after the games.

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"rizzo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Booth with David Rizzo. Hiding I there are you great so I just stopped by. Super and I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way your? Treat. Snout he came over and then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventures tell, me about. Your philosophy absolutely so I think you know we route a lot in the outdoors. As you can see from our packaging and so live live off, leash is not about the literal sense it's about that we, take the time to break routine we take our dogs. As catalysts and we get outside and, we do what keeps us whole and makes us healthy I love you said but, keeps us whole and. Makes us healthy because all my listeners know the. Show's called a super smiley. Adventure 'cause, animals will always lead us on. Grand adventures. If. We're. Open, to it what do. You. Think about that absolutely my dog has always been my catalyst, for adventure but I don't think. That adventure has to be grounded Hiking and climbing. And you name it it's. The. Walk around the park it's, the walk around the block it's taking your dog to the pet stories they adventure that the two of you do as companions together that ignite. Your own inner soul in your I love that okay. I was going to talk about your new product and all the fabulous things that smile he's been sampling by the. Way he loves them, but you just jumped right to our mission on the super smiley adventure we already talked about the hiking and. All of that but animals can also lead us. On adventures that our inner, journeys of self discovery which you? Just. Touched on so what lessons have you learned from, your dog lobbied everybody can say unconditional love right yeah Patients acceptance just true love know one thing I got from what. From your motto or of your tagline here live life off leash and when you, were just talking about off leash it's not literally off lease but it's, kind of like just. Letting go and really allowing life. Right animals do that it's living. In the moment.

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"rizzo" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on Get Up!

"I don't think that's really how Aaron Rodgers feels. I think it's a quarterback. And so when you get to wear a red jersey every single day and training camp, no one's gonna touch, you sure. You relax and be like, oh, we'll get to it. When we get to also knows they're going to make him. In the NFL regardless of what happens. I don't know what's gonna happen, Aaron, Donald. I don't know what's going to happen Dell back. I know what's going to happen to Rogers. And so does he bread already that loan? This really not a lot to worry about baseball necks, and this is Chicago where the cubs trail, the diamondback six, four in the bottom of the night. David vote is a rookie called up from AAA. Iowa hits a game tying to over next up comes Anthony Rizzo Rizzo. Anthony Rizzo is gonna smash, four hundred fifty, three foot homing deal and walk it off for the cubs in his one thousand career game for the cubs coming back from a five run debt winning. I like the dance. Right? It's not bad. Meanwhile, the cubs added a World Series MVP Esther day acquiring left-hander Cole hamels from the Rangers for several low minor league prospects ammos will now call Wrigley home. He actually threw a no hitter there in twenty fifteen in his last start as a Phillies. So this is a significant acquisition as we are now getting really close to the baseball trade deadline. Wait to see where these starters wind up and hamels winds up in. Chicago reminds me of last year when the Houston Astros made the move Burland and it was it was huge to get him there as a guy that could take seven in. Well, that's one big movement. Here's the other one of the reasons he wound up in Chicago is because Jay half wound up with the Yankees in exchange for Brandon, very, and a AAA outfielder named Billy McKinney. Apple's ten and six this year with a four eighteen ERA, but he's been very good against the Red Sox. I don't know if they had that in mind. He's a very good pitcher right now. He's probably a better picture, then Cole hamels and so he will. He made the all star team this year. So he's a Yankee now, and that's the key is needed. And he had debt. Itching position, but it hurts that Aaron judge is no longer gets that maybe that that was for the Antes, but here's terrible middle. The Yankees are going to be without Aaron judge for so period of time. Now, saying three weeks until he can start swinging the bat again or has a chance to be back. He took that ninety three mile an hour fastball off the right wrist didn't come out of the game immediately actually. But ultimately that terminates chip fracture fracture choose me in the wrist. He can't swing a bat for at least three weeks, not sure exactly when he'll be back. He's been out of the starting lineup, fifteen times in the last two years. The anchors are five and ten in those games while averaging just three point, three runs per game with him. They're the most potent offense in the sport, and here's there's two different ways to look at this injury. The Yankees scheduled coming up twenty seven of the next thirty four games against losing teams. So you could say, well, this is the right time to get hurt, or you could say it's the worst time to get hurt because this is when they need to win every single game. If they're gonna make a chance. Make a run at catching up to Boston to me that moment when that pitch hits judge is the moment that the Red Sox won the American League east with you on that. I mean, what is it three or four games against the Red Sox. It's three against the Red Sox four against the raise or the reverse. It's one or the other, but those are the two series against winning teams. I just feel like everything you do sports in particular. If you're a hitter has to do with your wrists and that flexibility, not not being able to come back from something like that. That isn't just he'll into three weeks and not to mention Chris sale place for the rich Saad. You have elite pitching on that staff and you have the elite hitter that you're missing for your lineup..

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"rizzo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Rubber arm then he's never had any issues smooth motion they don't i think of all the guys they worry about the the least with him and i said you for awhile now montgomery absolutely needs it i just inherently needs it chat would mentally probably needing we could find the reason for all of them can probably second to kendricks in terms of you don't really worry about him he's kind of a horse but yeah i think that's why and also maybe to capitalize on how he's pitching right now but it's only been one start but i would bet if he had had a terrible start last time out they maybe they even him they would have avoided you know giving them the extra starts or whatever the case may be so hopefully they i think he's trending the right way and he just doesn't need the rest like the other guys the one guy that's not that's definitely not running the right way and i know everybody brings up to you because he's the one guy that's standing out is anthony rizzo and more yeah you hear no one can really figure out what the problem is i mean yeah knocking his pants popping the ball up hitting ground balls not numbers and there are nowhere near what you expect from anthony rizzo when you looked at them coming into the season and you talked about rezoned brian's you said these guys are the most consistent guys look at their numbers year in year out and they're pretty much the same you know what to expect or not getting the fans are not getting what they expect from either one of these guys now bryant maybe because of the injury but result it's just really hard to figure out what's going on with him yeah you know the initial slump in april wasn't hard to figure out there's a lot of close starter sees one of them he started to heat up and i thought okay we're gonna see the normal whereas the numbers are going to look the same and then this other extended trump happens and this is the one that surprising the walks to strikeouts are surprising i mean he's not walking this was part of his game i think that's that's you know sort of torpedoed all the other numbers so to speak goes see swimming outside zone that means pitchers no that they don't have to come into you.

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"rizzo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The save anthony rizzo and albert l more i hit home runs for the cubs michael lorenzen the pitcher with a pinch hit home run for cincinnati jesse winker also hit a pinch hit homer just the fourth time the reds have had two different pinch hitters homer in the same game the first time was in nineteen sixty nine against the mets first time the reds have swept the cubs and a four game series since nineteen eightythree arizona shutout pittsburgh three nothing clay buckled over trevor williams david peralta and john ryan murphy hit home runs for the diamondbacks in that game pirates been in the same sort of tailspin that the mets have been we'll see pittsburgh starting tomorrow pittsburgh has lost six of seven twenty four of their last thirty four saint louis romping the brewers eight to two that games in the bottom of the ninth christian yelich homerun for the brewers jose martinez three run shot for saint louis the cardinals have now hit eighty nine home runs at miller park since two thousand twelve that's the most in the majors for a visitor today will be the franchise nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine victories so the cardinals next win will give them ten thousand in their franchise history only the braves cubs giants pirates and dodgers in the national league have reached ten thousand wins in the american league yankees and race still digging it out in tampa as the enke's try to avoid their first three game losing streak of the season but they were actually unable to raise just walked it off seven six the final score in twelve innings as tampa bay beach the yankees this afternoon jake bowers with a home run a walk off home run off of chason shreve ryan yarbrough the winning pitcher for tampa in that game as the yankees faced their first three game losing streak of the season this is the deepest they've gone into a season without a three game losing streak since one thousand nine hundred fifty four miguel and do har and giancarlo stanton hit home runs for the yankees dany etre berea for the raise domingo herrmann started allowed six runs in three innings he became just the fourth yankees pitcher to allow six or more extra base hits and six or more earned runs in three innings or fewer the others doyle alexander mike messina and dave island the mets current pitching coach as the yankees gets swept at tropicana field three straight losses for the yankees that sends them back into a first place tie with the red sox who won over seattle today five to nothing chris sale struck out thirteen in the win over marco gonzales mitch moreland a home run for boston just the second time this year in six games at the red sox have won with sale striking out at least ten cleveland one again the indians have won seven straight they've built an eight game lead in the al central the largest division lead in baseball twelve to two over detroit today adam go over matthew boyd francisco door jose ramirez jason kipness and it went encarnacion with home runs for the indians the astros are now fourteen and to win garrett cole starts they beat kansas city today eleven to three coal the winner over jason hammel lucas duda recently activated off the disabled the home run for the royals his fifth yuli gurriel grand slam for houston evan ganassi's fifteenth for the astros in that game houston up four and a half games now over the mariners in the al west minnesota dumped texas to nothing jose barea silver bartolo cologne though cologne pitched well two runs allowed in seven innings for rodney the c four minnesota in that game white sox trounced the as ten to three carlos road on over paul blackburn daniel polka you'll mer sanchez.

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"rizzo" Discussed on Newsmakers

Newsmakers

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on Newsmakers

"Greetings everybody it's the morning lineup podcast for wednesday may thirtieth twenty eighteen i'm anthony castro vince joined by richard justice richard i'm a little perturbed because all anybody talking about in the world of baseball the last couple of days is a guy named anthony rizzo of taking what many are calling dirty slide and i think it's bad for the italian american community which i'm a proud member of that this guy anthony rizzo going out of the base path and given all of us a bad name this has to be the first time in anthony rizzo's calm collected appreciated nice guy live that somebody has said hey you're a dirty player that was a dirty play certainly managers row risen to his defense in all of that what did you make the play well it's not the first i remember last year he had one with austin hedges if it's right yeah so this is this is a bit of a trend yeah i don't know i looking back at the replay when you have that angle from i guess the first base side yeah it's pretty far out of out of his lane and he was definitely given a lane to the plate so i don't know i i i'm stunned by this this much of a debate and joe madden and has been kind of up in arms about this for those who don't know mlb on tuesday basically said they got it wrong the fires got it wrong in ruling that was a legal slide because it it was not just against the spirit of the role it was against the rule as well and this is not the home plate collision roll this slide role which is meant to prevent guys from taking out people's legs and that's basically what that slide was after it was after the catchers leads so i yeah i'm stunned it's this much of a debate about this life i would think teams can show video of where diaz was set up a you're supposed to be up into the right some organizations before the rule was into implemented were already teaching that way he was right where he was supposed to be but you know the thing.

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"rizzo" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on PTI

"There you saw the explanation shoulder to shoulder flow kinda sorta the late he could have been disciplined he's not going to be the other one is preposterous the other one the guy pushes the player down clanton you see is he's getting a goal as the player is down now the question then becomes i mean no berry's right that that's an egregious circumstance but i would point out this is a game in which both teams scored at least one goal in each period there are nine legitimate goals in this game so i'm not going to say three minutes into a period that that is decisive we could see i mean i'm just not sure we can see more scoring that was an offensive game and i won't say that that was automats turning point what do you think it's hard to see his attorney there's that much scoring i'd say was another turning point what the capitals i think it was i was of course at an nba game take a peek on the little screen on the millennial screen at the nhl game somebody a capital missed a wide open netter they give them on i four lee when it was four four turning point flurry was in great and you don't know how many opportunities like this come along but i'm reluctant to say that that one goal would seventeen minutes left in the third period is the doll oh boy we got an anthony rizzo story the cubs had the bases loaded yesterday and risen was on third when he broke for home on a ground ball the force play came home and as the pirates catcher started to throw the first for the double play rizzo undercut him the throw sword wild to run scored pirates said it was a dirty play rizzo in the cubs maintained it was clean mlb said today interference should have been called we'll vont you mr rizzo expect something up and in tonight maybe doesn't matter rizzo i think led the national league in hit by pitches probably the last two seasons so rizzo not running from a fastball he's just not but look and i i'm i'm a biased party here by team and so i don't see that at the dirty play and i don't think if it was reversed i would see what happened to hard slides baseball has.

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"rizzo" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on PTI

"There you saw the explanation shoulder to shoulder flow kinda sorta the late he could have been disciplined he's not going to be the other one is preposterous the other one the guy pushes the player down clanton you see is he's getting a goal as the player is down now the question then becomes i mean no berry's right that that's an egregious circumstance but i would point out this is a game in which both teams scored at least one goal in each period there are nine legitimate goals in this game so i'm not going to say three minutes into a period that that is decisive we could see i mean i'm just not sure we can see more scoring that was an offensive game and i won't say that that was automats turning point what do you think it's hard to see his attorney there's that much scoring i'd say was another turning point what the capitals i think it was i was of course at an nba game take a peek on the little screen on the millennial screen at the nhl game somebody a capital missed a wide open netter they give them on i four lee when it was four four turning point flurry was in great and you don't know how many opportunities like this come along but i'm reluctant to say that that one goal would seventeen minutes left in the third period is the doll oh boy we got an anthony rizzo story the cubs had the bases loaded yesterday and risen was on third when he broke for home on a ground ball the force play came home and as the pirates catcher started to throw the first for the double play rizzo undercut him the throw sword wild to run scored pirates said it was a dirty play rizzo in the cubs maintained it was clean mlb said today interference should have been called we'll vont you mr rizzo expect something up and in tonight maybe doesn't matter rizzo i think led the national league in hit by pitches probably the last two seasons so rizzo not running from a fastball he's just not but look and i i'm i'm a biased party here by team and so i don't see that at the dirty play and i don't think if it was reversed i would see what happened to hard slides baseball has.

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"rizzo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I don't know what seven hundred i don't know oh okay lonzo for one oh okay that's ridiculous what do you that's ridiculous one at bat against the left the all the others were against righties and he hits four eighty seven he's feeling the right no doubt while they're going to hopefully see a little more right handed pitching in the in the days and weeks to come face no tony no yeah i know thank god although beat the as a couple of times that's great good that game where he took the the perfect game went into the seven i watched him pitch that day come on man i mean this guy he's got he's got the stuff and boy that's going to be down while he's while he's working please that that's insane there's a lot of stuff that happened this week that that really teed me off a little bit now that was number one number two was actually this one's actually way way worse anthony rizzo saying and i love anthony rizzo dude good friend he's an idiot for saying what he did yeah i agree i'm a cubs fan he was a is a moron for that migrate lay too much dude you play a game for a living because the japanese league they they have every monday off they haven't done right like okay okay great that's what they do they that's not what we do here major league baseball it's unbelievable let's let's get out to the phones eight away can are is the number let's go to big vic down in cupertino vic what's going on man how you doing tonight doing pretty well that'd be to me that's the that's the reason for optimism is because it's the the lineup it's gotta pick up at some point this is too many names too many numbers to get deals like is there going to be this cold april man any maybe they'll be disheartened september so just kind of keep it keep it together long enough contention yeah i mean i feel like the one part of the kind of the wild card might be the bullpen and best boats he's fourteen to figure it out i mean that's kind of hard to imagine he won't find him four or five guys can rely on close ballgame and the rotation really holds up like this i mean this is they they can.

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"rizzo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And he didn't realize that one of the birthday candles that was in there was in his metaphor get it out all caught on tv and we have gifts and you better believe i've got that on my laptop that is outstanding is never double cross you because if he ever does you just spit that thing out right no he he knows what i'll do it anyway that's awesome hey i'd ask you before we let you go i just read this to john it's an unbelievable quote did you see the story anthony rizzo kind of walking back his comments on shortening the season no i saw that he said it i didn't know that he walked it back so he's just using the bulbs drawing stuff out there it's it's my battle whatever stand behind anything so frivolous is my opinion i just thought that was awesome like if you're not gonna stay behind your opinion what the hell are you going to stay behind.

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"rizzo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"If if you eliminate two to three starts or whatever may games you cut you eliminate two to three starts off each starter that's an extra year you may get out of someone's career that's very valid point but as someone who has sat in some of these meetings as the good kid has his well nobody is thinking about the future everybody's thinking about the here and now and i don't believe anybody's going to be willing to take a smaller piece of the pie now for a different situation and if future it's all about what you can make here for as long as you can there's no smaller piece of pie not if you're a player no player ever gonna do we got time yeah what an anti rizzo have to say to cap today would you be okay or no shot if major league baseball said hey we're cutting the season down to one hundred and fifty two games we're not contend games up you know they're going to say a ridge we're cutting ten games off so we're paying you guys prorata proposed one forty two to top twenty one hundred and twenty two usa today post me personally i would love it i think we play a lot i think it's too much baseball personally yes guys are going to take pay cuts i mean are we playing this game for the money or we love the game i know there's there's both but i think in the long run it'll make everything better i think you know starting the season later in the seat started a year later they started the season later in the year ending in october not november i just i don't know but that's my opinion.

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"rizzo" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Whoa pal i talked to half before the game this is first day on opening day roster i said you're facing you're the first batter to play in a game share said well aware of it it's a first pitch or home run yeah tim kirk can chiming in there we'll be talking with call ravitch on the regular podcast today about how ian half became the second player to homer on the first pitch of a major league baseball season the i was dwight evans nineteen eighty six at tiger stadium after the game in half talked about that at bad i was thinking fast ball per spits there now historically i've seen him pretty well the last couple of times i've paced him so he got a couple of times after that but yet so that one after the great first inning for the cubs anthony rizzo helped to keep the pressure on here's a deep drive to right off the bat of rozelle it's got its upper deck anthony rizzo with a home run played four to one and everybody remembers after the shooting and parkland earlier this spring anthony rizzo going in speaking there he talked after the game about that emotional homerun yesterday it a lot of home runs that was probably most the most out of body experience has a home run just felt really good obviously my motions on open they're usually pretty high but all all this you know can't really put it into words.

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"rizzo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The two springer drives it out in the right field fairly deep going back on it as you up for the second straight year george rigor with a leadoff home run on opening day and the astros lead one about that seven ninety am k b emmy world series mvp george springer the leadoff long ball for the second straight year justin verleger six scoreless as the stroz beat the rangers four to one springer became only the the only player i should say in major league history with leadoff home runs in consecutive openers verleger meantime six zero with a zero point nine zero a sub one era in six regular season starts and see was acquired from detroit the cubs winners of two hundred ninety two games over the last three seasons combined their most in a three season spans since the nineteen zero nine through nineteen eleven seasons and they got off to a fast or just like the stroz tall slender right hundred fires have one of the hair cubs wonder nothing and a half filling the first pitch of the season ended the seats in right now that's the way to raise a curtain right there yes a faster stored on the first page wc are six seventy the score in half became the second player to homer on the first pitch of a major league baseball season while anthony rizzo made his emotional homecoming even more memorable deep drive to right off the bat of brazil got to go anthony rizzo with a home run lead four to one against six seventy to score rizzo homered into that upper deck in the second a tribute to the victims of last month's shooting at his former high school in parkland florida as he crossed home plate rizzo his chest and pointed to the sky the cubs eight four winnow witter's and rizzo had this post game runs that was probably the most out of body experience of had hidden homerun probably my life i just felt really good obviously my motions on opening they're usually pretty high but all with all this.

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"rizzo" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on Starting9

"I would like to see that ball ted williams hits there with the red sea do you actually did that shit i don't think he actually did it maybe saying from like seconds yeah there's no david ortiz went out there with an aluminum bat and tried to hit the red seat and he didn't even come close i think the red seat is a myth i agree with that's why very fair out there maybe it landed there who knows very fair i i would like to see that too so we'll both go back in time to watch that but he's anthony rizzo chicago cubs you see a representing body armor rizzo thank you so much for taking the time come on today yep so you wanna thank anthony rizzo for coming on starting nine today best of luck to the cubs i'm sure they're probably not gonna need it yeah man the marlins that is do we have we looked at the futures bets yet we know what they're over under his for total wins the season doesn't matter yeah i would love to know what vegas thinks they're going to win the season i would love to marlins yeah i think it's like sixty seven point five i was gonna say seventy games maybe wow that is state of affairs but what is not a sad state of affairs i got to tell you about my blue sometimes it's hard to find a satisfy satisfying vape that simple inconvenient blue who introduced vaping to the world is now introducing my blue my blue gives you all the satisfaction with none of the hassle just click and go with my blues easy to use one quick licko pods you can switch between flavors in seconds a range of flavors to choose from my blues curve design makes it comfortable to us just twenty minutes to charge and you're set all day it comes with a free limited lifetime device warranty called my care try my blue today at my blue dot com.

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"rizzo" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"rizzo" Discussed on Starting9

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